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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

2fckLiJ Wyy-- -rrjirr.&iff&m ppjBpwmw nuit iMMMUi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. r 5 YOUTH'S DEFENSE OF ': POSTOFFICE WINS REWARD AT LAST . .Florida Boy Who Saved H Government Property From Safe Crackers Is Appointed Clerk After Five Years' Wait. WASHINGTON, Sept 1.-Paul V. gauls haj been Appointed a clerk at a ulary of JSOO In the Tallahassee, Kin., postofllce. as a leward for Ills vnllant defense of thnt ofllco against desperate tafe crackers on January' 8, 1910. lie won his lBnt wltu tl10 bul'Klnrs with "Is boy lh strength and a revolver of the cheap est make, which he had won at n country fair- An executive order for the young man's ppointnint was Issued last Jlay by President Wilson, but It lay unacted upon )n Government archives until dug up re cently by Merrltt O. Chance, chief clerk f th Post Onioo Department, ' The reports of the battle read like talcs of the wild and woolly West In tho 'iOa, ;. M. Sauls, father of Paul, lived on a imall ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

mmmmmimm)$ t. KVKNIInG LJiOOtlSlt inilLAUJiLl-UlA, 'i'MUilMDAif, BMl'l!iMBJii.U 17, 11)14. SIGNATURE TAKEN IN CALL'S COURT ALLEGED FORGERY Tailor Declares He Never Signed Bail Bond Accept ed There New Crusade Against Frauds May Result. LITTLE SUFFERERS AT ST. CHRISTOPHER'S BRAVE AND CHEERY Hospital in Northeast Sec tion the Daily Scene of Hopeful Struggle Against Diseases of Children. Straw ball frauds may bo tho object of another crusado by District Attorney Samuel 1'. Itotatt, as the tcsult of tho charge made by Isaac Friedman, ft tailor, i Teddy Hoosevalt will not greet him at the Just at present St. Christopher ltos pltnl, Lawrence and Huntingdon streets, lias -I? little patients. Oppoitimlty to study child life Is ever present to the visitor at St. Christopher's, that the slgiiatuie of his namo to n ball bond accepted by Magistrate "Joe" Call for Flunk Holircr Is a forger-. Attaches of thn mnftlstrate's tilllcc will appear today before JudRe Itolinlwpll In tho criminal branch o...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

WPPWAJ! f tWm&mwfr'wmT -wjj - - rKy 'kwBiMwBiiipwiniiwiwuf ' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 101. w fljflS OF BRAVERY , BY ALLIES WILL BE PRECIOUS HERITAGE Wounded Private Te ' n.iMin's Bavs' Darl WUwv" Sacrificed at :11s of bavs Uanng in Meeting German Attack. Engineers Bridge. By A. J. ROHKE HAVII& '"ranee, Sept. 17. It la prob Mcthiit the details ot the wonderful nnd JirfnS endurance of the troops of the ... ,. f0rces In the present campaign will ' b properly written, but they will "main In ,he hMr,a ot Ule I''roncn ftnJ "lll'be handed down from father to son n,e vlllaBes n"d towns around which lit men are battling for the freedom of Europe Most of the regiments will be abla to mbrolder Into their colors the names of nanr M'torle fights, but hardly any will it able to hand iJtjwn such stories as the Second Dragoon Guards and the Queen's BajJ will transmit to their future re- erulti. I the story that was told to me I, private Hrynnt ns ho lay wounded I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

ftUwwMsi: trrr 8 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914'. EVENING j&3& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER C.OMPNY CYIU'S It k. Ct'tlTtfl, PfitMnr.sT. . John Urlblrtl.VIrePro-lrlont; fleo.W Oclid. Secretary: John C. Martin. Troiim-cr: Diaries It. t.udlngton, flilllp . fotllnn, John 11. WtillHitiH. Directors. IJDITOltlAI. tsoAttU: Ctni s II. K. Ct'RTis, Chairman. P. II. WIIAt.BV Ilwtttlve rillter JOHN C!. MAUTIN .Uencrnl HuMneMi Manager Publlithnl Hnlly at t'enue tignntm ttiilldlnir, lnippml(noo Pquare, l'hllnilrlphln. I.wvin t'F.Tn.kt .tlroftd and Chestnut Street Ath.mip Citt ,, Vttmi-t'nioii ItulMIng Kbw York.... 17H-A. Metropolitan Tower Ciiirino SIT Homo Itijitrnnro IliilWlnif Lonpon R Waterloo Place, fall Mall. S. V. NfiWS WltK.UR: Iljuintftnrrsa IU'rimu The PnlHof ItiilMlnR AYamiiv.thv IHnmt Tlio Po.it liulMIng I New yokk ntr.BJB .......The Times Ilulldltig j Tlem.tN lrnito rn prlertrlrhiitraftro i j.o.mion mi nn.iu B run Ainu uat . w. l'inis Ilt'itctu (IS Hue Louis...

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

WSffi lflS.,ftpyyfIPi JV-. C7in t p, BVBKiyg- LEDQEH-'PHIIAPBLPHIA', THTJBSSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'7, 1918. 0 SOCIAL EVENTS IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA j .... . tt mttriMtlCinKr 1nHnti4in1tt. nml Mrs. Paul Thompson, will bo n much feted itcbuliuito tlilB year. MIsb Thompson Is extremely Mir and vivacious and has been very popular In tlio younger sot. Lust yenr she ppent tho winter In Paris, whero sho attended jtlsq Ferris' School, togothcr with Miss Elsa Heath, ilauphlor of Mr. and Mrs, Theodoro W. ltoath, who will also make her debut this sea eon. A number of entertainments havo been planned In honor of Miss Thompson. Her par ents will clvo a tea to Introduce her on tho afternoon of December 3. Hor grandmother, Mrs. Hodman 11. nillson, will glvo a cllnnor d.inco In her honor October 10 n,t Linden fihado Knrm, Hryn Mawr, and sho will bo guest of honor, together with Miss Allco Thompson, nt a danco which will bo given by Mrs. W. Percy filmpson, of Lynedock, Overbrook, at the Merlon Golf Club...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

UbsfisXg KM EwMa 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19ld. r WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON to ELLEN ADAIR SEES BOTH SIDES OF LIFE ON LONDON NIGHT REV. DR. ANNA SHAW AGAIN CAMPAIGNS FOR SUFFRAGE She Gets Glimpse of Dere licts by Thames Em bankment and Witnesses a Romance in Restaurant. IV. A certain tender radiance clings about a London summer evening, when the roar of the traffic lr hushed, and the sky is slowly changing In a long and pleas ant twilight. The streets at 7 o'clock no longer teem with busy men. the trains have carried these to long-drawn happy evenings on the hundred golf links which surround tho great city to gay llttlo ten nis clubs to quiet backwaters, where rows of gaily decorated houseboats lino the old river Thames. The punts and skiffs at Hampton Court are filled with happy drifting couples, and moored be neath tho overhanging willows the white flanneted river youth Is courting the white-clad English rive...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

22J 'fr,fw rf&Tjittei EVENING- LBDGBBPHlIiABBLPHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. -1 -t AMERICA'S DEBT TO GERMANY TOLD BY CHARLES I. ELIOT President Emeritus of Har yard Details Our Obliga tions for Scientific and Lit erary Knowledge Acquired From Teutonic Sources. By CHABLES W. ELIOT Tit$Ant Emeritus of Harvard University. The educational obligations of America to Germany ore Indeed wide nnd deep. They, relate to literature, science, art, education and religion. The Gorman gifts were first communicated through a. few jerso'iSi young pioneers from America who', after having received a partial edu cation here, went oyer to Germany to itudy more deeply flnd Intensively. They j,sve also been communicated directly from German to American Institutions. The German universities to which the first American students resorted In the early part of the nineteenth century were In part recent creations, and In part re constructions on old foundations; but how rich they were, how free, and how ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

.in nmmtniw iwwojmw- ll"WWWimpiiMllMi I ' 1 1 ill ii WW"WPWp 12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914;. lii st n V PHILLIES PLAY DOUBLE-HEADER WITH PIRATES TODAY -ATHLETICS VISIT DETROIT PENNSYLVANIA'S HOPE FOR SUCCESS ON THE GRIDIRON THIS YEAR CENTRES IN THIS GROUP OF HUSKY ATHLETES The coaches, trainers and advisors are working like Trojans in an effort to develop a great football machine out of this band of aspiring Brickleys. The most difficult matter for the coaches now is to form a backfield that will be able to hold its own. BY DEFEATING PIRATES TWICE TODAY PHILS CAN MOVE PEG Double-Header Scheduled for This Afternoon at National League Park Post-Season Barnstorming Tours Will be Taken by Only Eight Local Men. While It H mathematically possible for the Phillies to overtake the Chicago club and move Into fourth place, the odds npnlnst such a contingency tire great. Thero Is prnctlcnlly the diffidence be tween the local National League club nnd a first divis...

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

Mlia FiMr jfS"'"j EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS lis COMES TODAY OFTHE FIRST STOCK 'GHANGEREOPENING Brokers in Sydney, Australia, yffj Resume Next Mon day Lbndoii Discussing Resumption and INew York Awaits Its Decision. Tint news since tho beginning of the ruropean .war of a resumption of stock trading- nt dny of Hio Important centres ,(,fre,tlio Exchanges were closed enmo tod 'fnl "Ulney, AuBlrnlln' u nn nojncfd that the Stock Kxclmnge there ,111 be officially openca next Monday. -rMt aiinuunccincnt naturally Increases Hie feeling of lunfldence overywhero ap parent that things nro on tho mend and tho (Inanclnl world Is nearer a gen- ,. resumption of business today than t ny time since tho end of July, when 1,, Exchanges closed. in London today foreign Exchange i,.vrs met for their first session slnco It. War began. While them wna no iulncs ot any material Importance inniacteil, the s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

LVMFViiilVtMJjati W J! JM ." '4 En POSTSCRIPT EDITION Hi m ii I ml I I iM II "W" H A m 1m A t B c 3 i k 131 LIT1 11141? W Hi JJ vj JLj H TSCRIPT, EDITION VOIi. I NO. 4 PHILADELPHIA, TIIUHSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914, PRICE ONE CENT! IH ' Ml : CHARLES A. MEURER COMMITS SUICIDE BY INHALING GAS Wealthy Philadelphia Man ufacturer, Retired, Found Dead in Kitchen of Home at Wyncote. Charles A. Meurer, 60 -ears old. of Plnlnbrook and Maple avenues, Wyncote ft wealthy retired Philadelphia manufac turer, prominent In Masonic circles, com mitted suicide today at his homo by in hatlng illuminating gas. Ho Ii believed to have been temporarily derated as a re sult of 111 health and other worries. A two-hour battle was made by a physician and a nurse from the Ablngton Memorial Hospital with a pulmotor to save Mr. Mouior'i life, but In vain. The body was discovered In the kitchen of the home shortly before 7 o'clock this morning by servants, who notified mem bers of the family. Mr. Mnurer had closed a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

ESSSiLJ WZm&fX- SPORTS FINAL EVENING LEDGER SPORTS 1 II Ilia VOL. I-NO. 5 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 1 GERMANS GIVE WAY ON RIGHT AS ALLIES CONTINUE ASSAULT British Gain Slight Advantage Over Von Kluk's Forces and Repulse Counter Attacks Teuton Centre Holds Firm and French Fail To Gain. Berlin Reports Forward Movement of Allies Has Been Checked and Kaiser's Armies Are Advancing Again Search lights Used in Night Battles. The War Today PARIS. Sept. 18. OfllcI.il announcement was mado here nt4 o'clock this afternoon that tho loft wing of the allies Is making slow progress at certain points, and that counter attacks by tho Germans against tho English army havo been repulsed. Tho statement says, how ever that thcer has been no Important clianso In tho situation. The official statoment follows: The battle has continued along the whole front from tho Olso to tho region of Woevro during tho entire day of tho 17th 'without important chances in tho situation a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

Kzj r wr JWW!"tt7 1 KVlSNIffG L13DOBE PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, lHU- i REVIVED BELGIANS REPULSE ATTACKS OF GERMANS IN REGIONS ABOUT TERMONDE GERMANS GiVE WAY AS ALLIES CONTINUE ATTACK Corllnnril from Vngc 1 fcf tho newspapers, the War OfTlca 13 sued thin statement Heferrlnir to the opinions ex pressed hero thot In lier own Inter est, Oermatiy should publish u larger number and tnoro detnll-d reports from the bnttlrfleld ns tho forolRn press Is dally getting such reports from our enemies Mllltar? considerations will not permit uch publications, us o pro matu cly published dispatch might moan grave danger to tro nerman armies Thot Is tho onlj reason why the General Staff it keeping operations on the battlefield secret. Unofficially, It li stated that the French h ve been directing their atten tion o tho r.rmy of tho Crown Prince wklol', It la BMld, has suffered very bcavlly. However, It holds a position o' cHoimoits strength and h-i i ('pulsed every attack. Tho Clofmitti nit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

4iiiiiJ EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914'. 3 iSt LATEST SCENES FROM THE BATTLE LINES OF EUROPE'S WARRING ARMIES m I &&. rsis,-' .. S K -5 ? S .. Xi.vS -Mrt v Kbt&&$? 4 aSf' i ) was' c i - T:i"ii: '.s .&' ,. - . IT IS DEVELOPING AS PREDICTED THAT ARTILLERY IS THE DOMINANT FACTOR OF THE FIGHTING IN EUROPE WITH GERMANY SEEMING TO HAVE A SLIG7IT ADVANTAGE OVER THE ALLIES If t wwwMiwmjwmfl i ! n .i liijwwwi ii. ,i,,i 1 .j u. .u 7"' ' .. .! """" ' ,. . " ". '' " " ' A BIVOUAC DURING THE TREMENDOUS BATTLING BETWEEN BELGIANS AND IHb GERMANS NLAR TRLMONDE ' l a v 't TUB COUNTRY F01 MttES AROUND ANTWERP HAS BEEN PREPARED FOR DEiENSB BIQVQEE9 immm WITHER FQOD KQft WATER, BUT WMsJgiw j II I A IK I I II M I 'I

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. AUSTRIA. HUMILIATED. IS NOW LOOKING LONGINGLY TOWARDS THE END OF WAR. COOL LOGIC MARKS BELGIAN ATTITUDE TOWARD GERMANY Treaties in Ink Violated, Must Be Rewritten in Blood, So Plucky Little Kingdom Fights Against Great Odds. AN"i'Wi:ilP, fiapt. I illy Courier tu Os tein and JJtt'l to New York. The little Belgian soldier Who climbed Into th" 'ompnrtniiit was dead Hied: ha trailed Ids rlllo behind lilln, threw litnifulf Into the seat and fell round asleep. Ho wnb ieady to talk when ho awoke an hour later, "Yes. I was up till tilsht with Gorman prisoners," he wild. "It was u bad Job. There wore only sixteen ot us to handle loo Germans. We had tour lio.cars, and wo nut 15 prisoners In one end of the tar and C5 at the other, olid then four of ua with 'IHcs sat ctiard by the cardoor. "Wo rode IHo hours that wai. and I expected every minute that the whole 50 Germans In the ear would Jump on 113 four and Mil us. Foui lo : that's heavy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

Lfa&l EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914'. w g fi. -M 1 ;I led to 1, 4 tit v nlfif tttf a if ' Ul h! thtl tbl HI Ut Kill Uli. wu klnr. -of th hit Mil- ant ular rlln that Ith. LE fori 'PERFIDIOUS ALBION' TO BLAME FOR WAR, SAYS GERMAN WOMAN j popular Resentment Cher ished Against "Dishonest o! Policy" of England, ' Which Must Be Humili b ated. IrlNUON. Sunt. 18 (by IIUll). v Oman view ot tlio war unU of Kim- (ami's port l U la Hhown In u otter -riiien by .i CJerumn wumun In Alx-ln- S(, to frlomlH In HiiBlnml, which Is : SS by tho MornliiK Post. Khc i writer Biiya aha Is convinced that "' .11 Ydurntou mid Intelllgont UiiRllslitwu v man condemn tho war, for which only ,. Jj,e nrltlsh (joxnrnmcntnnd Its policy ma ' ,Mponslblc. She continues: Ve know tluit wo aro rightlnff for our Mlstencc, us our adversaries, who could I) ... ovcrcoino our supcrloilty, now deslro ui ilmuly lo kill us in order Jo bo rulluvcd of our competition. Kmbltterment, of " rourse, prevails...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

$m vwim'm 0 EVEKIN-G LEDGER-PnilADBLPHTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914, PENROSE MEN PLAN TO QUELL REVOLT BY INTIMIDATION Orders to Break Up Meeting of Italian Political League Issued by Manipulators of Machine Downtown. PENROSE MACHINE A HOPELESS WRECK IN CHESTER COUNTY ISAAC H. CLOTHIER DECLARES.STRONGLY AGAINST PENROSE Remarkable Change J Philadelphia Merchant In Wrought Among the Vot- dorses Ledger's View Tha crs Awakened to tHe Moral The IVn'oap ami Vfirt? mneliine In rtniith I'llllailelphln has slnrtuit n lUinpnlKH uf Inlimlilnttmi to put tho llnllnti Political League, foi-inril lint Munelny nlb'lit to Urge n revolt nmoiiK Hie Italian voter. acnlnst l'eiirosi-ism In tlio Vure district, out of i-Nlotrncr. This wna the ttucusattun made t"dnj by olllcers of the lenmio Thp mi ii ttty Uenubllcati Organization Waul le.ideis tti South t'hllndeltihla liaVo called upon iliem nml upon other mem lieri of the I-ague. and litivc threatened tiiem por ''-na'ly unless they tnt ugltat lug nsTinst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

"W3 j -r jmry "4 - ht'ww V EVENING LEDGEB-PHIkADEkPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. Rr r rl Irman stand oh peace plan IIDSJEWATION president Wilson Hopeful That Further Negotiations Will Result From United Slates' Offer to Act. WASHINGTON. Sept. 18,-Prcsldenl Ln is "extremely hopeful" that prog- Toward peace In Huropo will result J"m Informal Bounding of Germany and 'Iniu'wM ttio situation today regniding Th" .3 illation overtures, necoullng f"rJ nmhorlty. It Is still tor, early high authority but hy careful and tv .. .. fAi-trta '? J Siscuss ons through both omdnl and 'T,fi sources, the President. It Is said, ? Wo" for hope that some dcil.llto peace overtuies may ho presented at an "ilfe president chnrncteriaes the scntl Jnt expressed by German Chancel. E Bethniann.Hollweff to Ambassador SJiiri. - i.on-commllttnl" It was ail Relatively stated today that the ihSor's conversation with Uern.d did 5t touch upon terms or even suggest SoLlble Mwpunca of tho President's jnedlatlon overtur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

ps 8 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1014. I EVENING d$& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYnus ir re cvhtis PnmiDBNt. .Tolin nrlhlwt.MrpITf'Ifent (.CO V Ochs. Secretary! fnlin C Martin Irnnuror, i hirlcs II. t.udln&toii, t'hlllp S rolln JVin II William Dlrertor l'DtTOIitAL tiOAltb: L'tKia It K Ci mis, Chairman . ttVHALny . J1.. .nwfiilhe tMllor JOHN C. .MATITIV Utnml IMilne!OtnnaKer 1'ublWiwl dully nt l'mrtc I.Hiofii ttullillnjf, Tw1inenanre fJH"'-r l'hll ulrlplilii JjRroKii Crrna.... Uroa,i and Chmtnut .lreU .VTI am ie Tin 'rrss-r'itfo lltlllilliirt I'EiT Voisk I To A, Metrotmlltiin Tovr 1'il'Jno M7 1! me Insurance IhilMlnR I.omsjn s Wnterlro I'lacc, la!l Mall, S W Nt:3llUItt!AfP! ltnitirtim tlitirit The Valnnl Hull 1lnr? V.ismv rostimiir The I'nst lltill.llnR Mn hk lid en . Tl Tunis ItutMlne Jlinliv In nni no PrlclHihtras i Jono Hi i p,t SJ Pall Mill Hast. t V, 1'iiiiB lRiir.it SJ nuo Louis le (Jrnnd lilsrilll'TION Tl HM HvcarrlT tlitM Om t, ilx cent Hv tnnl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 10U. 9 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS il ' I . L .... v .iinnnr rinncea fit the various country club3 bid fair to be among Iho oat popular form of entertainment for the Tl and winter rnonths. Tonight thero will bo dinner, followed by a dance, At the Huntingdon Vnllcy Club. Among tiojo'w'10 nllV0 rcserved tnblos nta Jtr ttnd jirs Walter Ji. Hois, Mr. and Mrs. llonry M. Watts. Edward F. Benson, Itobert C. Hooper and Archibald liubard. Deglnnlng Tuesday thero will be the annual 0t tournament called "Borthollyn," for Mr. .nd Mrs. Caleb F. Fox's country place on tho Old York road, Ogontz. This affair will be run on lines similar to tho tournament held at the V. A. B. Wldener placo each year. Most of tho crack golf players will take part. Mrs. John Scott, Jr., of tho Gladstone, will give a small dance In honor of Miss Dorothy j, Foltz. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Clinton I'oltz. of Summit street nnd Bethlehem pike, Chestnut Hill,...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

wuuju t lOi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR STARTS IN STEERAGE ACROSS OCEAN FOR AMERICA English Girl, Alone bul Hopeful, Departs From Southampton After Morn ing Ride on Boat Train. v. Tha net morning I awoke oarlv in a wild excitement. for nil was ready nnd I was really to set sail for America. I ato a liurrlod breakfast, my Inst typically English breakfast far many a Ions day Tlie frlzzllm? cess and bacon imelled so good, but ward too substan tial for mv excited mood. Ihc stout Lon don landlady forced mo to take somo toast and tnarmalidc, and I drank a cup of coffee haMll. Then out to the waiting last my lug fase was curried, I climb-1 Inside, di rected tho man to dilxc to Waterloo Sta tion, and I was really oft! ttow Inex pensive a rldo in these London taxis Is our throe-tnllo trip was only 60 cents nnd how splendidly that smartly uni formed chauffeur did drive. Two ar-i of whi...

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