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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

" J" "- m EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, FBIPAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1014. 11 -i l BELGIANS REPULSE GERMANS IN BATTLE AROUND TERMONDE Offensive Movement Against Invaders Continues and Raiding Bands of Uhlans Arc Destroyed. ANTVEIU Sept. 18. The Uelslmi army continues Its of fensive movement nnd Is attacking tlio Germans with great success, according to un ofllclat announcement made by the War Ofllco today. Fighting lias been sevcro around Tormondc. Bath sides aro unliiR artillery and tho guns have been booming day and night slnco lato on Wednesday. The Germans attempted to cross the river Termondo after tho Hctglnns had destroy! the bridge and were met with a wltlu ring lire that forced them to fall back. The following ofllclal communiquo has teen Issued: Xcnr pres tho German forces wero defeated and retreated to France, wh,o tlvy wero annihilated by tho Frem.lt. Near Ttpcrlngho a column of 3000 German tiivutry with mitrailleuses and wagons of provisions and other ohlcles woro nttTTcked by ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

'' " n Mi If SENSELESS JUST NOW TO ATTEMPT APPRAISEMENT OF PENN'S FOOTBALL MATERIAL 12 EVENING LEI) OBI? PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 18. IDU-. LOCAL WOMEN GOLF EXPERTS MAKE FINE SHOWING IN TOURNEY Mrs. Barlow and Mrs. Van derbeck Prove to be Ster ling Performers in Test Held at Glen Cove. NASSAU COLWTKY CLUB, Glen Cove, I I., N. Y Sept. is No matter vvlint tho ultimate outcomo of the tournament may b, Philadelphia nt lonvt hns tho satisfaction of knouiiifr that two of Its reprcsentntlv oi reached tho scnilfln-il etnge In tho Women's N'ntlonnl Oolf Chnrnplonilil)) Tournament on the Units of tho Nassau Countiv Cluu. The fact that Sirs. C II VnnuVrbeck and Mrs. Uonald II. Barlow wore In opposite brackets ns another source of crntlllcatlon. Before teelnc up time a mnjorltv In the Sallery were of the opinion that Mr liarlou s otcadlness and experience would prove too much for Mls 12Iulne Itosen- il, wai, mo 13-yeHr-om khi uun. iunumi but there wan a great deal of specula tion as to ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

'' VW1 mi,LM 'gmiqgprm wwwwmmvmm1"' 9gFtyml9!Wmm "" 'vmmmpinm-yif? EVENING- LEDGEB-PHILADELPH1A, FKIDAY, 8EPTEM.BEli 18, .1(314. ' 13 yiNANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS MEIGN EXCHANGE MARKET DROPS TO ANEWLOWLEVEL Rates Again Collapse, but Late Recovery Develops. Decline Imparts Greater Strength to the Financial Situation. Another collapse In foreign exchange , m the feature of today's trading. ?lte . louc ed the lowest level reached TdZot begin Us general war and in .-.lilt was to Impart to tho ninrtset iltreng r feeling of confidence than 1... tl apparent for many weetts. rLrly In the trading tho market be - irratlc and rates broko ns low as S to 3 for demand sterling and 4.S3 linv for cable. Thoro Was a later re- Xfto SSI'S m ?.? w a buying from many investors ... n.v " sucssful financing of Now York Cltr's foreign debt and freer offerings of cot- Ion and 8rnln bllls "nucncca' ln larB ?Jurc, the drop In exchange rates. There Is reason to believe t...

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. — 18 September 1914

iUl rv Mil - m I iit. sara m SPORTS FINAL EVENING LEDGER SPORTS FINAL - YOL. I-3STO. 5 PHILADELPHIA, JFRIDA , SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT ? ADOLPH SEGAL, INSANE, TO BE PUT IN ASYLUM Commitment Issued and Former Financier Will Be Taken to Norristown Tomorrow. Meteoric Career Ended by Men tal Breakdown Which Began Six Years Ago and Precipi tated His Downfall. Adolph Regal has been ptonounced In raiic by two phslclnnn. The man whoso operations brought ubout the failure of the Kenl Kslato Trust Company a dozen ears ago, and the suicide of It? presi dent, I'rnnlc K. Hippie, nnd Indictment ngalnst tho Sugar Trust will be taken to the State Hospital for the Insane at Xor ristown tomorrow morning. Commitment papeta have been Issued b Magistrate Joseph Call at his offlce, J12S West Glrard avenue. Tho final details of the action that will Ilnce Adolph Segal away trom the world forever are being arranged this nttei noon by Herl Segal, only son of the former financier, and now employed a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

7 ' 4 ' sSPfHEyggf-- J4U- vWfyRmpi ' J'i wf F ag,"- SPORTS EXTRA Tr VENING 4 L E D GE R SPORTS E A I it" VOL. J-(' 5 PHILADELPHIA, JTlftDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1911. PRICE ONE CUNT GERMAN STAND ,0N PEACE PLAN AIDSJEDIATION President Wilson Hopeful That Further Negotiations Will Result From United States' Offer to Act. MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS TODAY NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh o4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Phillies .'...o 3 0 0 0 2 10 Batteries Marshall & Dooinj Adams & Colsman, Umpires Eason & Qulgley. R. H. E. 04 8 3 x 6 12 0 Cincinnati o 1 1 o New York Q 0 0 2 Batteries Schneider and Gonzales; O'Toolc, Fromnie and Meyers. Umpires O'Connor and Byron. WASHINGTON' SMU. IS.-l'iesldellt Wilson is "cMr.mely hopeful" Unit prug mi tonnl peace li Kmopn will icmilt from Informal sounding of Gumany tuul the allies. This was t,,c ltlll1011 1J,,U!" UK"U""K peace ami mediation o-ei lutes, iiceoidlng A lilSli authority. Tt Is still l eutly .. .tl.ciiss Icim.'. but by c.tioful and .iw dlLiilons Ihiotigh both ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

.--" T--i -y "9 '-"rtr,a ftfl EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. REVIVED BELGIANS REPULSE ATTACKS OF GERMANS IN REGIONS ABOUT TERMONDE of tho newspnpers, tho War Olllco ls- BUed this statement: rtefeniiiR to the opinions ex pressed here that In hrr own Inter est, Germnny should publish n larger number nnd mole tletitllcit reports from the battlefield ns the foreign press is dally Reltlng such :eport3 from mir cneinles. Military considerations Will hot permit sueh publications ns a pre maturely published dispatch might mean jrrnvp danger to the fl'rinnn nrmic That Is tho only reason why the rietierat gtnrt Is keeping operations on the battlefield ecfrt. .Unofficially, It Is stated that the Trench have been directing their atten tion to the rrmy of the Crown Prince which, It l said, has suffered very heavily. However, It holds n position of enormous strength and h" repulsed every attack. The Ucrman artillery, it is explained, Is causing enormous losses to the t-'...

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. — 18 September 1914

W"$S3 l vafiwir! MNG' LEDGEB-PHIHADELPUIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1014 ' " i . , i i .rf ' " ,- 3 IP XATESTSCENES FROM THE BATTLE LINES OF EUROPE'S WARRING ARMIES 9 ws- ',s' J j ''" ...i. i . '.'. ' " ' ' ' t j . ii i. - . J ' - ii -;" " ! in mil i jkej- w ' ..2fci?TV. -t,- mv.03? .; . -wr . "aaisrAftL .. '"-,; . .- -.-Mii; r w: r ' .jf, ,.?? . tw,"sj.'a'irir ,;.. .ss vitUTirz? ' " - v ?s?s&&'?' d.js.", 'f. '14?3h', " :? "1'iT. 'ft ' ' & fr 't , .:..-' V S")H'M.', . j. -T -A ' -JiZt 's.A7- S.i.1?.. . -XK. HE.!7:'WfV. " "' 4StSi-K .'?T -SMW -- . ' -- a . "" 'lO' - 1 IT IS DEVELOPING AS PREDICTED THAT ARTILLERY IS THE DOMINANT FACTOR OF THE FIGHTING IN EUROPE WITH GERMANY SEEMING TO HAVE A SLIGHT ADVANTAGE OVER THE ALLIES A BIVOUAC DURING TOE TREMENDOUS BATTLING BETWEEN BELGIANS AND THE GERMANS NEAR TREMONDE i WjMaBpiWiBflWm'arit1 " ' j iei .'..!K.-j riai,i i!3ai? ..r1- ti-nuMiitMummii ....... viimu:i;iij.wnm,i-.-!. aviw? '. . S3iLgfe'y.CaWi .WKIMMBMIH l)I .'1j-W!JKy7.i .a,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

Br" -Tr-tivi-i 3r EVENING LED&EB-PHIL'ADEIiPHIA'. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 10U. AUSTRIA. HUMILIATED, IS NOW LOOKING LONGINGLY TOWARDS THE END OF WAR COOL LOGIC MARKS , BELGIAN ATTITUDE .. TOWARD GERMANY tTrcaties in Ink Violated, Must Be Rewritten in Blood, So Plucky Little ' Kingdom Fights Against Great Odds. .ANTWERP, Sept. 1 (By Courier to Os tend and Mall to Now York. The little Belgian soldier who climbed Into the compartment was dead tired! he trailed his rifle behind lilm, threw himself Into tha seat nnd fell round nsleep. Ho wns ready to talk when he awoke nn hour later. "Teg. I was up all nlRht with Herman prisoners," he said. "It was a bad Job. There were enly sixteen ot us to handle 800 Germans. Wo had four boxcars, and we put 15 prisoners In one end of tho Xnr and 23 at tho other, and then four of us with rifles sat guard by tho cardooi. "Wo rode nvo hours that way, and I xpected cverj minute that the wholo SO Germans In the car would Jump on us four and kill us. Four t...

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

f ' 'PERFIDIOUS ALBION' TO BLAME FOR WAR, SAYMERMAN WOMAN Popular Resentment Cher ished Against "Dishonest Policy" of England, Which Must Be Humili ated. LONDON, Sept. IS (by mall). . nmnii vloiv of the war una of Enu- land's pnrt In It Is Uovfn In a otter ir tlen by a German woman In Alx-lu-chnuelle, to friends In EtiBlnnd, which Is nrlnteil by the Mornlnn Post. The writer Bays she Is convinced that .11 educated and Intelligent Englishmen must condemn tho war, for which only the" British Government and Its policy are .responsible. She continues: "We loiow that wo aro flghtlm? for our Mlstencf, as our adversaries, who could not overcome our superiority, now desire limply I" Ml us ,n order to bo relieved of our competition. Kmblttermcnt, of course, prevails everywhere, hut also Incomparable gclf-sacrldeo. During tho cast three weeks 1,260,000 men have of fered themselvos for military service vol untarily, so that tho lists had to bo closed. "Tho soldiers who passed through Alx lft.Ch...

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

PENROSE MEN PLAN PENROSE MACHINE ' ISAAC H. CLOTHIER TO QUELL REVOLT A HOPELESS WRECK , DECLARES STRONGLY '. BY INTIMIDATION! IN CHESTER CODMTY AGAINST PENROSE Orders to Break Up Meeting iRcmarkablc Change Philadelphia Merchant In- i . -. t tJ . of Italian Political League Issued by Manipulators of! Machine Downtown. ; Wrought Among the Vot ers Awakened to the Moral Issue of This Campaign. View That Must 1 The 1'eiiroso and Vote nachinc in outh J I'mlailelphld Imi started a catnpalRti of Inllmidntlon tn put the Italian Political Lcacuf, foimcil t3t Jtondaj night to tjrso a icvolt ntuong tile Italian inters asmiist Pnrosflsiu In tlie Vote district, out of clflr ncr. Tills was tlto nccusntluh ttincle tudn bi olllcfia of the teague Tlio men snj llctmbllcan Uignnlralion unnl leaders in South Piiiladclultla tia-tr tailed upon thrni and upon other nu-in 1pis of the Mngiip, mul lime tlifrateticd tnem p rsnualt uiiIcps llnv -top ng tat lug BBnlnat tlio political conditions Ih their U'tr let...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

FRED E. LEWIS SEES DEMAND FOR FUSION ' TO DEFEAT PENROSE Believes Pinchot Ready to Withdraw as Washington Party Candidate in Interest of United Attack. AlAENTOWN, l'a. Sept. lS.-8pocula-(Ion relative to complete fusion between Iho Washington and tlio Democratic par ties, P ot l,1 Pros1"""1 neln& the with drawal of either Clifford I'lnoltot or Con gressman A. Mitchell Palmer, tho Wash Ington and Democratic candidates, respectively, for tho United States Senate, has been revived hero by Kreil H. Lewis, Washington party candidate for Secretary of Internal Affaire, who returned yesterday from llnrrlsburg, whero ho attended tho meet ing of tho Progressive State Committee, Tho antl-1'enroso sentiment throughout the State Is so strong, Mr. LowIb de clared, that tho probable result will bo n popular demand for both parties to unlto on ono man who can defeat tho I'enroso machine. Kogardlng his own position In event of fusion, Mr. Lewis would mnfto no comment. IIo did not seem to favor th...

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

KlWW te L' EVENING &&& LEDGER rUHLlC LEDGER COMPANY crnrs k. cltitis, pxesidiivt. t i,'"Vprtbb1. VIoTrMcnt, Oto W Ochi, fieerettrj ! mL.,3 rtln, kTreurrs r.'mtrles H. Ludlnston, f nfup B Colllm. John n. Wllllim. Directors KUITOItlAI. 1SOAIID' Ciitcs It. IC Ccf.Ttn, Chairman. r XVltALEr ... .. Exoulle Editor JOHN C MA11T1K. Qnerat tluslnms Mnnaccr Publinhed dully nt fcnuc t.iKirit RnlMIng, Independence Square. I'hlln-lelphln. Itpqua CEtint Urovl nml Cliertnut Slrerls ATtTJ'c Cltr.. . .. J'rr.ffon IlnllJIntr Jfair ToK 17U-A, Metropolitan Tower '.memo. ... , . . six Home Imultfui'-e Uulliltng Lonbo.v.. ..,,,,. 8 Waterloo Place Pall Mull. S . NCTS UUIIUAl'S: The Pati.ot IlulMlne . . . The Poet nulMIng . ... The 7imm imlhllnc fid rrledrhhaURUM 2 Pall Mall I'.anl S W. ..3S Hue t.ouls le UranO the only strength left in Ills candidacy, ex cept that which comes from the Organi zation, and this, of Itself, rould be In sufllclent to bring him success. He has a chance of election so...

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

' O.TV . 1 tSp'l! Wl M SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS PHKbT dinner dances at the various ,mtry club tild fair to bo among the country T-rTl VV """"J rorn, of entertainment for the molt Pp . ,. .(, M ?":: . Ton! Igtit i:.m nill be dinner, followed by a ; i .. trtmllmrdon Valley Club. Among inct, m reserved tables are Mr. and th" . ... f. . Jtr. and Mrs. Honry St. Jt.ru, Edward p. Benson, Uobort C. Hooper Archibald Hubard. 1 jninir Tuesday there will be the annual jKjinmnE Berthellvn." for Mr. fOll . . evi fAiinfrv nine nn Hi .. I'ltmii i' x' ua u w ! - - " -- Voric road. OgonU. This affair will bo .-rfltw. leu J'' "-" ' " ' 7 ... -.. -rftr va .... .i,iinr to the tournament held lllito " "- th P. A- B. Wldcner placo each year. Most I m crack Bolf Players wm taicc part. "' Joi,n Scott, Jr., of the Gladstone, -will t .-i, ,i.H In Vinnnr of Mlflfl Tlnrnltiv email uanww i FotU, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Clinton !,',., of Summit street and Bethlehem plko, ChMtnut Mill, w wl11 b0...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

KJHE2 $3P!TPit-a LO "iii W W eve: Tils: WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR STARTS IN STEERAGE ACROSS OCEAN FOR AMERICA English Girl, . Alone but Hopeful, Departs From Southampton After Morn ing Ride on Boat Train. v. Tlie next mornlnB 1 awoke early In n Wl'd excitement, for nil was ready nnd 2 was really to set sail for America. I ate a hurried breakfast, my last typically English breakfast for many n long day. The frizzling ckks and bacon Ainnlled bu Rood, but were too Rtibftan tint for my excited mood. The stout Ion lnn landlady forced ine to take some toast and marmalade, nnd I drank a cup cf coffee hastily. Then out to the waiting taxi my Iub fcnsc was carried. 1 climbed Inside, di rected the mnn to drive to Wnterloo Sta tion, and I was really off! How ine- lenslve a rldo In these London taxis is -our three-mile trip was only SO cents nnd how splendidly that j-marlly uni formed chauffeur did drive. Two vasts of white carnations were f...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

MPHPWFPI H " nJiiii"'"1f "'" "' n irVyng-,t' .l!ff.ft4 IELIAHS REPULSE (!nRWANSinjAHJjC AROUND TERMONDE Offensive Movement Against Invaders 'Continues and Raiding Bands of Uhlans Are Destroyed. ANTWERP, Sept. 38. fke Belgian army continues its of- nir movement nml In nttacklns tha Germans with great success, according ' n oMlcl.tt announcement made by ., . r. nmce today. Flghtlntr has been ',:. around Tormondc. Both sides JJ'n booming day nnd night slnco lato "im IVcdnefday. . . -i.. nurrmiM attempted to cross the " .L. xermondo after the Belgians had Hutroyd tlio bridge and were mot with J, nlthtrlns lire that forcod them to Tho foloulng official communlquo has Near pres tlio aennan forces wero .rented and retreated to France. $' whiic tli'V ucro annihilated by vtho 'French. w... r, tirrlnirhr. n. rnltlnm nf flow) " - Mnl 411 1 I 1 HI 16 rt tlfjttejB German ii "" uuum5u Add wagons of provisions nnd other vehicles were attJTIked by 1000 French cavalrymen. Tlio fight lasted two hours...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

12 ' .. . i,,:lt.,,,l , . - 4t ''vjw' i wi 'J, null .u.i,Mmii .j iiji iinpmpfippppiHa9ipqpiKiiwiiL . ujjqipiiiiJi,iiufj r,yT1M?t I"" SENSELESS JUST NOW TO ATTEMPT APPRAISEMENT OF PENN'S FOOTBALL MATERIAL JLOCAL WOMEN GOLF EXPERTS MAKE FINE SHOWING IN TOURNEY Mrs. Barlow and Mrs. Van derbeck Prove to be Ster ling Performers in Held at Glen Cove. Test NASSAU COf.VTUY CLUB. Olen Cove, 1 I., N. Y., Kept. 18. No matter what the ultimate outcome of the tournament may be, Philadelphia at least has the satisfaction of knowing that two of Its representatives reached the semifinal tnge In the Women's National Oolf Championship Tournament on thi- links of 3 to set out Mr. Barlow then drove out of bounds at tho eleventh and It cost her the hole, for, although Miss Hosen thai was bunkered, she made a fine sec ond out of It. This made the match even once more. A long putt at the twelfth von It for Miss Rosenthal and Mrs. Uarlow drew up again at the next. A superb second shot by Miss Hoseii thal a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

--"'" ftxmB wjjBysPTyj wfy is & mmBSpmmJovnpwss' i?mimr''& Bpwmmn '4 sr grot?: r-j . && tff- .'" l,. a FIWANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT rfoME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS t w is u in ej at n m er er In sr 't, id in a i 7, in J. . ,-t 7 J .1 t u iii EXCHANGE ! MARKET DROPS TO A NEWLOW LEVEL Rates Again Collapse, but Late Recovery Develops. Decline Imparts Greater Strength to the Financial Situation. i-nlher collapse in foreign cxchango i", las the feature of today's trading ? . touched the lowest level leached ff F Cpe began Its gtneral war and ?M,. It was to impart to tho market iltrons r Kiln of con.ldenco than has "D1 b ' ... v,t mnllV WCC tS. UZh-in t trading tho market be- erratic and rates broke ns low ns ES-'toM ft -demand sterling and 4.83 WAw for cable. Thero was a later re ,H!t however, the advance pushing P ?Vd sTcrlhig to 1.9W to 4.05 and 6i?ltl , 4 w"i to I.IC. Thero was aetlvo S from 'many Investors at the low "SwMful financing of Now York City's kSict...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

SPORTS EVENING LEDGER SPORTS VOL. I-NO. 5 -: PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT CITIZENS UP IN ARMS OVER DELAY : IN RAISING FUNDS IN TRANSIT PLANS' FOR THE RED CROSS Large West Philadelphia Section Protests Against Councils' Failure to Im prove Facilities." Homeowners nnd business men In the large section between 51th and 5Sth Mreets. and Woodland nnd Lancaster ave nues, In West Philadelphia, nro up in arms against Council: as A body for the delay of plans for tho better transit facilities In Philadelphia, and osalnst Uio Councitmen i-pprisentlns the wards In v.-leh the tertltory Is included, for nej leeting, ntter six enis of constant de mand fioni the reldonts, to obtain a crost-wti urfB-p Hup on Will sti 'ft. Tlir movement will have the bucllt.g of the OTth Strnt Uuslnpss Jim's .Woolii tir.n, tlip Villi and Market Stteets Htisl i fvs Men Asoi latimi. the 5lli and Fpruro serpen Business Men's Improve--mptit Assm iallon the I.nrehvvood Avpiiup jinprovoinpnl As...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER VOL I NO. 5 PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT GERMAN STAND , ON PEACE PLAN AIDS MEDIATION president Wilson Hopeful That Further Negotiations Will Result From United States' Offer to Act. WASHINGTON. Sept. 18.-Prcsldetlt Wilson Is "extremely hopeful" that prog ! towanl pcaco In Europe will result on Informal sounding of Germany and iiie allies .. This was tho situation today regarding ,Me and mediation overtures, according i to M8li authority. It Is still too early 4. fllscuss terms, but by careful and ,,.-, discussions through both official and ' 'j.. sources, tho Piesldent, It Is said, ? L, reason for hopo that somo donnlto cace overtures may bo presented at an Nearly date. I The I'rculdent characterizes tho sentl fjnents expressed by German Chancel lor Bethmaiin-Hollweg to Ambassador irerard, "as non-commltttal." It was all JjttoriWIvcly a'a-tcd today that the, i chancellor's convoisation with Uernifl did kjiot touch upon terms or even suggest...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

JL' - . EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. KEVIVED BELGIANS REPULSE ATTACKS OF GERMANS IN REGIONS ABOUT TERMONTniJ Were opposed to the legions of the re I sent out under General D'Atiuidc ut the - doubtable aenernl von Kluk, that had pressed southward with rushliiR force around the eastern side of Paris. When the tlmo cume to take tho of fensive against tho victorious German right, the British were went forward to lead tho action. Although strongly supported by French cavalry and ar tillery, tho Kngllsh forces were massed at tho point where tho Hermans eeeined to be most dangerous. When tho Germans made their stand cast of tho Olse and along the Alsno, tho three liiitlsh corps were concen trated against the German right. The Third army corps tool; up Its position near folssons; cast of It the Second British corps was stationed, nnd on Its eastern flank lies the First corps. The position of these troops makes them the real defenders of Paris, for the French nrni...

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