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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

SZx&A EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914:. 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS DEWS COMES TODAY OF THE FIRST STOCK 'CHANGE REOPENING Brokers in Sydney, Australia, Will Resume Next Mon day London Discussing Resumption and New York Awaits Its Decision. First news since the beginning of the ' Europenn war of a resumption of stock trading nt any of the Impoitatit centre where tlio Bcliangcs wcro closed camo today from Sydney, Australia. It an nounced that tlio Stock Bchnnge there fflll bo officially opened next Monday. Tnls announcement naturally Increases the reeling of conflilcnco ovorywhero ap parent that thine nro on the mend nnd that the financial world Is nearer a gen eral resumption of business today than lit any time since the end of Jul, when the Exchanges closed. In London today foreign Exchange bankers met for their (list session Blnco tho war began. Whllo there was no business of nny mutcilul Importance transacted...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

iWep&V " o r EVENING MhLfxJlhix VOL. I-NO. 4 rniLADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PRICE ONE OEHT CHARLES A. MEURER COMMITS SUICIDE BY INHALING GAS Wealthy Philadelphia Man ufacturer, Retired, Found Dead in Kitchen of Home at Wyncote. Charles .A. Mcurer. CO ears old, of rinlnbrook and Maple avenues, AVyncot", a wealthy retired Philadelphia maiuifac turer, prominent In Masonic circles, com mitted PUtcldo today nt tits homo b in haling lllunilnatitipr pas. lie Is bellced to liave been temporarily dciutigcd as ti re cult o( ill health and other worries. A two-hour battle was niado by a physician and a nurse from the Ablugtnn Memorial Hospital' with a pulmotor to Bavc Mr. Meurer'a life, but In vnln. The tody was discovered In the kitchen of the homo shortly before 7 o'clock thli morning by servants, who notified mem bers of the family, Mr. Mcurer had closed all the doors nd windows and turned on the Jots of the gas range. Ho then sat down In a chair beside tho range. When ho ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER MMMMMMb SPORTS Ei 1 1 n ft VOL. I-NO. 4 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PJRIOJfl OXE CENT REPUBLICANS IN SENATE WOULD OUST PENROSE La Folleiie, Cummins, Borah and Clapp Say His Elimi nation Is Party Neces sity. Evening Ledger's Support of Palmer Regarded as Powerful Fnctor in Campaign for Poli tical Morality. MAJOU LEAGUE RESULTS TODAY NATIONAL LEAGUE .FIRST GAME Pittsburgh fj 0 110 0 10 Philips 2 0 0 10 2 10 Batteries Jacobs and Dooin; Harmon and Gibson. Umpires Eason and Quigley. R. H. E. 0 3 X 6 9 9 riwM oi n btapt ronnrsrostiKNT.) WASHINGTON, Sept. I". Republican and Democratic Senators arc silent to das on the iresolutlon Introduced In the Senate yesterday by Senator George AV. Knrrls, of Nebraska, for nn Investigation by the Committee on Privileges and Elec tion of the primary campaign expenses of Senator Penrose and noser G. Sulll u.n, the Democratic Senatorial nomlnco In Illinois. Many predictions aro made that the lesolutlon will not ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

SWMI mmmmm&i' 9 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADEDPHIA, THURSDAY, BEI'TEaiBER 17, 19U. ?:(: i M m nia hum BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DlJEL. WITH GERMANS DEFENDING north of VllIe-sur-Tourbe and from there throiigh Verennes ln'tho northern part of the Argonne region to Mouse, north of Verdun. General Galllenl, the Military Gov ernor of Paris, declared that dis patches to the military authorities here from the front show that the al lies have been gaining ground since the light opened, although slowly. VON KLUK SURROUNDED, SAYS LONDON DISPATCH LONDON, Sept. 17. Germany is striving desperately to resume the offensive In France, but so far every effort has been nullified by the fierceness of the British-French attack. This fact was emphasized at the Foreign Office th1 afternoon, where, it was also stated that the gen eral battle continues, with the slight advantage so far noted entirely In faver of the allies. The' German forces are being heav ily reinforced fill nlon,? the line...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

5XJ EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. .. 3 KAISER RUSHES 320.000 TROOPS FROM EAST PRUSSIA TO AID DEFENDERS ON THE AISNE WOUNDED SOLDIERS , LIKE HAPPY BOYS : OH FIRST PICNIC Battle-worn Tommy Atkins Transfers Amiens Railway Station Into Scene of Gaiety. DUBLIN, Sept. 17. It seems lather ft patndox to describe the arrlvnl of a trnlnlond of wounded Midlers at a railway station as a scene ef reveliy. 5'ct Mich Is the account given by tlic special correspondent of the Free man's Journal at Amiens under yestor day's date. Ho writes: A train of twenty carriages came In loaded with COO Tommies. Sixty of them Here WUUIlut'U, dih mi,, v.i. ihv iikilc front between Mens and Charlerol. These ere not serious cases sufficient only to put our men out of the battlu Una for n nill-bullet wounds and cuts on the tegs chiefly, swathed hands and splintered flngfr, and gashes and rips In arms and ihouldeis. Not one had a face woundj J and 3ery one of these boys was clam orous to ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

EVimiyq LEDQER PHILADELPHIA, THUBSDAY', SEPTEMBER 17, 11)1. CALL FOR ITALIAN RESERVISTS TAKEN TO MEAN EARLY WAR CHAUFFEUR WRECKS AUTO TO AVOID COLLISION Drives Machine Agnlnst Trolley Pole ind Prevents Hitting Tftxlctib. PrivlnR lili automobile Into n trolloy t nip to oscnp' Ptnoh ns Into n tiirkMb nl tiUlit nt Sixteenth ni Pi'Htmit Mirot, John Kot. n i liAiilYrtir, tinrnnlv mlMdl InlurliiK his ptnpl".rM Morton Knhn. mid Miss Orflcc HemliiKWax, the Inttcr's mmpatilon. The rlslit front nhecl was torn from the nmchlno with the pcept1on of the huh. nnd the orrupntiN pip niniost luirlrrt over thp iin1hlplil. K.ihn ,cn sUiiipcI miiPli iiiystorj In rolinertfon with Hip apclrlent hv teniovhut nil inn k of idptitlflentloti from thp vipcknl nn- nn i and lorklits them In a box on the m K 1 of the car. Knhn I. connected with Hip firm of Solomon Knhn Son. furnltine dent" notified to report oil September Z, accord- ' SIS Went riltnrd hmmiiip. Up IK h 2-" North TlliriPrnin Ftrcri. nun .ni" urm ! ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

2223 HI1H& "mmmT s fjgt." EVENIjSTG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. ALBA JOHNSON FOR IMPROYEMRANSI'T AND PORT FACILITIES Essential to South American Trade, Says Member of Committee Named by Sec retary of Commerce. Philadelphia musttjbtuln better transit facilities and Improved port condltlona f the city Is to benefit by tho propsscd trade expansion, In the opinion of Alba B, Johnson, president of tho Italdwln ho comotlvo Works and ,i member of tho jppflnl committee appointed by Secretary Jledflckl to co-operate with the National Trade Council, now engaged In making plans for obtaining a larger portion of the South American trade. Mr. Johnson returned homo last nlRht fi'om n nicotine of tho council In New Yorl, and Is enthusluotlc ovor the work the Government committee and tho coun cil ctm do. Kor the present, however, the program Is only In organization, and Mr. Johnson could not outline all Unit Is pro posed. But ho did announce that one of the most Important...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

mmmmmm r tf .1 EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 191a. PROMISED ARREST IS NEW DILEMMA FOR CALL'S COURT District Attorney's Office LITTLE SUFFERERS i AT ST. CHRISTOPHER'S BRAVE AND CHEERY i Talks of Another Crusade in Latest Alleged Straw Bail Scandal. t! fnfi ifl fit An wrest In the latest allegeil straw" ball scandal emanating from tlio olllco of Magistrate "Joo" Call will bo tiinde in tho pear future, according to the aluti" ment of Assistant District Attorney iBartlett todnj following tho appearance before Judgo Donnlwoll In tho Criminal Jlrnnch of tho Municipal Court of past and present attaches of the Magistrate's office This statement, and testimony pie ented at the hearing. Indicating that a plot was hatched to hoodwink the court Into bellolng that Prank Bohrei had tone to Vera Cruz, Mexico, as n sailor In the United States a-, were the features of the coe tochu. Bohii Is the man tlioo case on tho charge of keeping n disorderly house hfvs bein called sis ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

w j 'wuwmQQtjm? ' " '' ""wwrws; EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 191. 7 TALES OF BRAVERY BY ALLIES WILL BE PRECIOUS HERITAGE Romance, tragedy and comedy in the theatre of war Wounded Private Tells of Queen's Bays' Daring in Meeting German Attack. Engineers Sacrificed at Bridge. By A. J. ROBKE HAVRE, Franco, Sept. 17. It Is jirob ,I)lo Hint the dotalls of the wonderful and darlntf endurance of the troops of the lilies' forces In the picscnt campaign will nsur ho properly written, Cut tho will renin In In the hearts of the French and BUI be handed down from father to son In tlio villages mid towns around which cur men aro battling for tho freedom of Ilurop' Mont of the reclmcnts will be able to mbroldcr Into tliclr colors tho names of many hlitorlc nghts", but hardly any will te able tti hand down such stories ia the S'cond Uroiroon Guards and tho Qucon's BajM will ttatistnlt to tliclr futuro recruits- Hem Is the story that wan told to me by l'rlwUe Jtryiint no he l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

j5'fywqBftw!ieijii EVENING 8& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ' CYIUrS It. K. CU11TIS, PMSItiBNT. John Orlhhel, Vice President i Geo. W. Och, Secretary ! John C. Martin, Treasurer: Charles It. I.uillngton, Philip 8. colllna. John H. William. Director. CniTOBtAL BOAtlD t Ctscs It. K. Clrtis, Chairman. P. 11, WtlALEV Executive IMItor JOHN C. MARTIN' general I1iilnes Manager Published daily at Public Iemer tlull.llng. Independence Sriunre. Philadelphia. Lidokr Cents it Broad nnd Chestnut Streets Atlantic Citi... frttt-Vnion Hulldlng Nw York 170-A, Metropolitan Tower OniOABO St" Home Insurance Uulldlns London 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mali. S. W. NEWS DtmBAL'S : ItARRtsnUito Bcreau The PrttHol nulldlnc WABiti.N-nTON Hcheac...... Tho Voit nulldlnn New Yobk lltnEAU Th Time HUlMlne Pkblin urnrAD do Frledrlchstrnsso J-OM0N Ul-ftE.it 2 Pnll Mall East, S. W. Paris Uireau 32 Itue Louis la Grand SURSCMPTUIX TERMS Dy carrier. DtiLT Only, six cents, tly mall, postrald outside of Philadelphia, excep...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

h.mukjv .urns gSHggiH E5S2E2H1 -"- --trm EVENING LED&EK-PHILABELPHIA', THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. $ jj SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS it t. .IttAH Irt lintiftT t ttzxt A DANCE Win " B""" ' Kuth Coxc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,j,nry urlnton Coxe, of Fenllyn, by Mr. ana vrs Alexander Brown Coxe, of Nawbeclc, Paoll, I Horticultural Hall on Friday night, Decern JJ li Mr.' and Mrs. diaries E. Coxe, of Wit H.brook Farm, Malvern, will give a dinner dSnco ftt their place In Malvern on Friday Yidht, October 2. Mils Coxe will be Introduced by her parents .' n reception which will bo given at their "try seat In Penllyn tho afternoon of Oo inbsr 15. a"d Mr' nntl Mra' CoXe WlH glV0 a lsrfie danco for their daughter at tho Bcllcvuo on New Tear's eve. M!S Jean N. Thompson, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Pt Thompson, will be a much fl'ted 'debutante this year. Miss Thompson Is extremely fair and vivacious and has been very popular in the younger set. Last year sho cent the winter In Paris, ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

T 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES BOTH SIDES OF LIFE ON LONDON NIGHT She Gets Glimpse of Dere licts by Thames Em bankment and Witnesses a Romance in Restaurant. REV. DR. ANNA SHAW AGAIN CAMPAIGNS FOR SUFFRAGE IV. A certain tender radiance dings about London summer evening, when Mip loar of the traffic Is hushed, and the sk Is slowly changing In n long and plea lint twilight. The streets nt 7 o'clock no longer teem with busy moil, the tinin hove carried these to long-drawn hapn. even'tigs on (he hundred golf Units which suirrouml tho great c-iti to guy little ten ids . lubs to quiet backwateis, when mna of pally decorated houseboats lm Mm old tlier Thames. The punts and .klfrs ot Hampton I'otirt are filled witli 1mpp ill if tins couples, mid moored be iM'bin the oierhailging willows the whlte Unnneted lives oiitli H courting tin-white-clad KnsllsD river girl. Oh. hapiK u...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

foVEKfffq LEDGER.-PHIIiAPELPHt, , THUBBPAY, SEPTEMBER , 17, IfllSy MACHINE STRANGLES WASHINGTON PARTY, DEAKYNE CHARGES forecasts Dissolution of Political Organization Un less Control Is Wrested From Flinn-Van Valken burg Combination. The direct charge Hint tlio Fllnn-Van Valltenburg machine Is strangling the . .. ..... nartv In Pennsylvania bv WisninB""' " ... .iUlih sinister political Jugglery was Jit this afternoon by William P. Dea-y-ne until May H the treasurer of the Washington party county committee. 1)ie substitution of Vance C. ilcCormlck 0T William Draper Lewis ns the null Moose nominee for governor was charac ttrlud as a deliberately planned sell-out tt the party to benefit tho Interests of th leaders. The dissolution of tho party . this State was forecasted unless the Fllnn-Van Valkenburg control can he thrown off promptly by tho better ele- ylta starting revelations of tho Inner Wasblngton rarty deals, made by Richard r. Quay, of Pittsburgh, and published In the Public L...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

tmmmmmmmmmiisi . 4fe EVENING LEDGEB-PHTLADEIiPHTA, THTTKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, IDT3. PENN BACK FIELD MUST BE DEVELOPED-EDDIE COLLINS TO WRITE WORLDS SERffiS MRS. BARLOW AFTER UPHILL STRUGGLE WINS GOLF MATCH Defeats Miss Hyde One Up, in One of the Most Interesting Contests in Women's Championship, Held at Glen Cove, Long Island. NASSAt ft If . TRY I'l.tlt, (ll.l!N COVt:. I.. I. N. Y. Sept IT. -In flip TvcrdltiK nut process favorites arc being brushed aside rlslit mid left In the wom en national golf tournament resumed todov on the link'? of tlie Nnmi t'ountrv C'luh The meeting of Mrs Itoiuilil II. Berlow. (he Philadelphia tllle liolder. nlid Miss l.llllan II. IImIc, the Metropolitan champion from the South Slime Field flub. In the third round today, furnished thr renin of attraction for the ealloiv, for prloi to the start of this week both uric regnnlrd as nlmot eillat favorites T'hlladeli lilaim resetted the fact tll.it Mr r It nmlcrbccU. of the I'hlladel 1'hia I'rkWet t'lub and Mls ll...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

lUVB'NlftG LEP&EBPmAPflEPglA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. r - - -- ' . ., , , i i . . g DIVIDEND IS DEFERRED ON HARVESTER COMMON Company Assigns Bad Business, Due to War, ns Cause. After the meeting of ellrectois of the international Harvester Company In New ork today, nl which It woe decided to pass the dividend on thr common Mode, duo nt this time, the following announce ment was made by Crus It. McCormlck, president' "As a result of the Ktliopcan war, the business of this corporation In tlfe com- iii s coll"'rlefl Is almost at a stand still. Thus far no icport of any damage tp the plant or properties has been re eelved. From recent advices i hollrve Brokers in Sydney, Australia, Will Resume Next Mon day London Discussing Riimnhnn and NeW York . corporntloirn 4ossos In the countries Awaits Its Decision. THREE-CENT FARE ABOLITION VICTORY FOR UTILITIES MEN Firit news since the beginnings of the European war of a resumption of stock trjdlnt, at nn of lho ""Poitniit centres Jier...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

E SPORTS EXTRA EVENING BArf iuB yyiV'Stwyw LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I KO. 1 PHIIjADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. -j PRICE ONE CENT MAYOR IN MESSAGE ECHOES DEMAND OF PEOPLE FOR REFORM GULF STREAM AND SPONSOR WHO CHRISTENED THE SHIP TODAY Necessity of Providing Funds for Transit Development and South Philadelphia Improvements Are Espe cially Emphasized. Mayor Blankrnburg's third nntmai message, submitted to Councils tbi nftcrnoon, brought to the attention t the legislative bodies the demands f the people for great municipal lmpr ments. Necessity of prn-vldlne funds for tl- -beginning of transit development n"t for the elimination of grade crossings n South Philadelphia Is particular em phasized. "The financial problems of the ot. urn peculiarly the province of your honorable bodies, and I ask for them your early and careful ntlentlon." says the Mayor In his J argument for the great civic betterments. ! "The improvements which seemed Im portant Inst autumn and winter are even ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

SSSiiJ POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING JuJciJLiijrJJiii POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-NO. 1 PHILADELPHIA, TIIUK9DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PltlCJE OlfE CENT KAISER READY TO HEAR PEACE PLAN, IS REPORT Washington Hears Presi dent's Second Mediation Offer Has Been Accepted by Emperor. , protection of German Territory and Commerce Said To Be Torma For Ending Hostilities. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. There la it persistent report In Administration circles that Emperor William has accepted con ditionally President Wllson'a second proffer of mediation. , These conditions are said to Insist that Gtrman territory be preserved nnd Ger man commerce nftorded full protection. Both tho While Housa nnd State De partment refused to discuss tho report and the German Embassy said It was tut off entirely from Berlin. DEMOCRATS MEET TO APPROVE WAR TAX BILL Introduction of Measure Today or Tomorrow Wilf Tollow. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-Democrats of tho House Ways and Means Committee mot today to approve the tentative draft ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DUEL WITH GERMANS army tenia- upon Uio last ot n great northeastern France, having -rnrls n semicircle of hills which He from the the approximate crntio. Hehlnd It llf northhjcAy o the sovtthi.ist ncross flat plains stretching to the Mouse t , - . ' Vd?RLUK SURROUNDED, !!- SAYS LONDON REPORT j, .I LONDON, flept. IT. Swqeiipig 60 miles notth of 1'nrln, ft Fri)cii.nrmy commanded by Gen eral IA'JrtnUo Is strlktttjr at the rear of tho' (Ssrniaii right wing In u. nt tempt! ioCfcui" General Von Kluk's urmy off from the main (.let man forces, ac cording to repot ts that touched I.oti don todny There Is a possibility that the aim of cUncrtO D'Amnde'ti atnty has al ready been accomplished. A coric spondent telegraphing ftom Ahllcns pays. "The Get man fight whiff ts encir cled I was able to join friendly Trench Zouaves a little south of le ronnc. Near there a French battery wns hi action abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

fciiiTimfi-B mmgv' 'sfw'f- x ' $ x . EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914 g gNTRENCH AGAINST GERMAN 'ARMY OF INVASION ' jjfc' ' xi v,rC lSi!lB BELGIAN SOLDIERS BEHIND THE ENTRENCHMENT ON THE ROAD TO MECHLIN' 1 ' ' J BELGIAN INFANTRY ENTRENCHED BEFORE1 MECHLIN BELGIAN SOLDIERS ENTRENCHED BEHIND SACKS OF GRAIN WAITING FOR AN ATTACH 0Y A BODY OF LHLANS BELGIANS IN THE TRENCHES BEFORE MECHLIM jvSrf' , ""'? ' HM -ir , , -.. , t x rv ' k "v ",obi!ws -vgr ..... khhch . . . . zrrr . - - -s.s3 - fc .-imp - t wmhbh flBHK BHi " M r IJH 'GtrN& lv - gw; vc f&! AfecMW RLF'.?A'S BELGIAN TROOPS PPEP4RED TO MEET THE -fWAWf r rAflr , i krfi -I

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

prc?3a M EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1014. ?m KA1SM RUSHES 320.000 TROOPS FROM EAST PRUSSIA TO AID DEFENDERS ON THE AISNE WOUNDED SOLDIERS LIKE HAPPY BOYS ON FIRST PICNIC Battle-worn Tommy Atkins Transfers Amiens Railway Station Into Scene of Gaiety. niTHMN, Sept. 17. . It seems rtxthcr a paradox to describe the arrival of n tralnUuul of wounded ""eoldlcfs rit a railway station as a prone of revelry; yet such la tlio account given by tho special correspondent of the Free man's Journal at Amiens under yester day's date. Ho writes: "A train of twenty carriages came In loaded with 600 Tommlo. Sixty of them were wounded, sent down from the fierce . front between Mons and riiarlerol These Were not seilous caseo-milllclent nnl to put our men out of the battle line tor n Bpeli-liullot wounds and cuts on the 1- bj chiefly, swathed hand and pplln'n-ed UnBmt-, und gashes and rip In aims ,i!id shoulders. Not one had a face wmnvl t, nud every, one of these boys was e'lim...

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