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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.. LOWING HOW EUROPEAN WAR.MAKES DESOLATION WHICH PEACE NEVER CAN REGAIN AJOBL2TN& V SP? ETttSBCXG FOR THF 7DWYCI? VrO WlSS? JBMW'S WV A I

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. — 18 September 1914

VVT5 V jUiiiiilUUii Trap F g?r" Tf v " - IT EVENING LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1014. AUSTRIA. HUMILIATED. IS NOW LOOKING LONGINGLY TOWARDS THE END OF WAJ COOL LOGIC MARKS BELGIAN ATTITUDE TOWARD GERMANY Treaties in Ink Violated, Must Be Rewritten in Blood, So Plucky Little; Kingdom Fights Against Great Odds. ANTWEHP, Sept. 1 (By Cornier to Os tein! ami Mall to Now YorU. The little HelKlati sol'lle-r who climbed Into the cempattment Wns tleail tired; lie trailed Ills rlllo behind him. threw himself Into the feat uml fell sound asleep llo was ready to talk when he awoke' an hour later. "Yea. I was up all night with German prisoners," he tatd. "It x as a bad Job. Ther were cnly sixteen ot us to handle MO Germans. Wc hud four hoxcars, and ys put 25 prisoners tn one end of tho ear and '!' at the ottfr. and then four of us with rifles sat guard b the i-ardoor- "Viv rode me hours that way. ami I txpectcel oory minute th.it the whole fr German's in tho cr Mould Jump on us f...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

pwWPii ' ''WWWBlif11'1 '" J 1 1" mum EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, lOiS. a fcr! It. J toil ui "M PLANTATION SONGS HEARD IN ANCIENT ITALIAN CLOISTER Incident, of Tour Through Country Which Presents Many Sharp Contrasts Be tween he Old and New. ASSIST. Hair. Sept. lS.-Moro than ty .."thing else Initio impiesNcd liou-ndnjs jtnly ly the contrast between tlio very M and tlio very now. It In moro atrllt . licre than elsewhere, because tlio rem rants of ono of tho world's oldest civiliza tions aro here, while many of tlio Italian cities are UcrnliiK lBorotis1y In tho strldo et nwlcm nrosicsa. They luivo qulto at jntich PiUp 1" Slarconl ni In tho remains et the ltoman llmpciors. In fact they voiilJ be very Indifferent to tho latter if thiso cre not now un Inexlitiusllblo (ource'of revenue. For many centuries their ancestors demolished tho grandest architectural monuments mo woria nau ever seen to uso tho fragments In Inferior fculldlngp, and It vas not until pilgrimages...

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

.u .i..i!i,w.i i i i iii i i-nwnpiBiiiHi "" -JJ -'"-'- '-?"-","J EVENING LEDGESPHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 191C. FRED E. LEWIS SEES DEMAND FOR FUSION TO DEFEAT PENROSE Washington Party Candidate Thinks Pinchot's Hints at : Palmer's Withdrawal May Presage Democrat's Elimination, ALLEN i"UV.V. l'n Sept. l. Sp dila tion rilntivc to icmiplcte fusion betwi.u the Washington and tin- lieinovrntle pin tles pan of the ptoyrnm being the with drawal of either GifTonl Pinchot r Con KtesMiiun A. Mitchell Paltnei, the Hull Moofo .mil IXniociutie and dates, respectielv. tor the Cti.cil States Senate, Ins bcift lev'tcc, lure bv 1'rfJ i:. Lbwiy, Wn.iii'.ft'on partv cunaidato to.' So ietar ot Internal Alfnlrs, who returned tsterdny fiom llarilstnirg, wnero hi attended the meet ing if Hi" Piogrosslvc M ate Committee. Tho nnti-Petirosc sciiumeiit throughout tho Statu Is so Ktruiiv, Mr. Lewis de clared, that the piubaba ieult will be a popular demand for both parties to unite on one man who inn ...

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

mwmmmmmmi"niruiwm!m0im,l V POUND'S AMBITION OF m YEARS MAY BEGRANTEDBYCZAR evening ledger Philadelphia; Friday, September is, ioi. Resuscitation of Ancient Kingdom Would Set Up Barrier to Pan-Germanism 1 Y.. Plae fn Rucet'n ana w m i . i 0ne of Iho most (sensational find fnr wchlnif Incidents of tho great war la tho onilso of the Czar of Ilussla to restoro !r mngdom of Poland under nutonomoua ternment. Should the promise he ful Jd t will afford the realization of polish alms of U2 years. Tho resuscitation of the ancient hlng. torn would sot up an effectual barrier to run-Germanism und would certainly win thosilpport for Ilussla In tho piesent war cf the Poles of Austila-Hungury and Germany. The student of history will ..-nirnlze tho tremendous Irony of this Hawaii hy the descendant of Cnth Stae tho Great, at tho cost of the do .rindant of her ally In tho uiamotnbcr 5"nl o) 177S, Kredeilclt tho Oroat of 'for Itussla, lias nlwnys nrrscntcd inch draniatlo necessities us this. Tho Crime...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

s EVENING fiS& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYRUS II. K. CtHTlS, PnKSWENT. . .Tohn aflbbel.Vlcot'rft-.Ment; tleo. W. Ochs. Secretary: ftSftl c" Martin. Treasurer; Hmrles II. I.uillngtoii, Philip 8. Collins, John 11. William.. Director EDtTOnlAu UOAIlt): Ctncs 11. K. OtRTis, Chairman. r. If. WHAt.KV Kwutlxe Bailor .TOHM C. MAUT1N (lenernl ltuslneMjMaiinjPter Published dally it Vunile t.Ktuir.n tlnllJliiff. ltidtiiendenro Square. liitliutfiiil.i. l.MmEnCENiniL .... Broad and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Citv I'resvf'nloit Uulldlni New Yobk Iiii-A. Metropolitan Timer Cjiicaoii S17 llotni Insurance IhllMIng I.o.nuo.v 8 Waterloo l'lare, Tall Mall. S. W. nkws tanUAts: llAnnisinrim llrnruu Tin4 rvtrrlof ltulMlm Wmuiimhtov Urnwu Tha )'of TtulMlnit New Vouk Hi iieau The Tlmr UulMlhit IlKBt.iN 1lfnn.it- , itn I'rleilflchKtrai'M T.oMion Hinr.w 2 t'nll Mull Kast, S. V, 1'aiiis Ut iiEii a2 Hue Louis 18 Clrand St'IlSCMtlTlONTr.ltMS t!y rarrlpr. Daily o.m.y, kI rem. tty mall. pntpM outside nf IMi...

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

I . jMr- 7" ,., ..,-,..I,.,,. SQ r-wl pp EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, PBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. 0 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS .. .-.r-ntidM it. HAHtiE has Issued Invl. M tatlons for a largo debutante luiiclieon, IPh le wl" glvc '" nonor ot 1,cr ,In"Bhtcr, J,'u Hnnsell P. Knrlc, at their place In Uryn iirtnucr ' ""- ' i "re Jlawr. nil) ic Included among Hie guests. U. Clmiles Howell, Miss Josephine Howell ml MI'S Beatrice nowcn, oi iorresuaic, who Jave 'been motoring through New Unglttnd on their way from Northeast llnrbor, where they liavo been vhltlntf Mrs. CI. Frederick Jordan. HI leturn to Tonesdalo next week, Mrs. Howell nml hrr daughters .wilt move Into town about the end of November. Dr. ami Sirs. Joseph Neff. who spent the Mry summer at their cottage In licach Haven, had Intended point,' abroad for a stay of sev eral months. Obliged to nbandon their plans onlng to tnc war conditions, they spent the lt month traveling through New ICngland, padslnff several weeks ...

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

mmmmmmmm wpwp JWQ mmm" 10 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 but Hopeful, Departs From Southampton After Morn ing Ride on Boat Train. The next morning I awoke early I" a tI'd excitement. For all was ready and I was really to set -aU for America I ate a hurried breakfast, my last typlcallv Hnsllsli breakfast for many n lone day The frizzling eggs mid bacon fcmellrd so Rood, but wore too substan tial for mv excited mood. Tlie stout Lon don lanrtlidy forced tne to tftko some toaU and marmalade, and I drank a cup of coffee hastily. Then out to the waiting tast my lug Race was canted, I climbed Inside, di rected the man to drive to Waterloo Sta tion, and I wni really oft! Uqw Inex pensive a ilde in these London taxi? l -our three-mile trip whs only Bo ccnte Bnd how ndcndldH- that smartly unl Xo -nind rhault'eui- dlil drive...

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

ffPffi hm t iii fantW aaaagii wet-ar"" HESSiBraS v PERIL TO GUAM SEEN IN JAPAN'S ENTRY' INTO WAR Strategic Importance of Lit tle Island Now Used as Cable Station Pointed Out jy Specialist. Should Japan selzo tho Island posses sions of Germany In tho Pacific, sho will, at ono stroke, gain nn Immense atratcglo advantage In caso of conflict with tho United States. Germany would not be tho only loser, and our trade routes to and from tho Orient, cither by way of San Francisco or tho Panama Canal, would be Imperilled as they nre not now to tho same degree. We have plenty of cause for concern. Bo writes a specialist not so Bure of Jopan's pacific Intentions In tho Pacific, and his especial concern Is over Guam, our little cable station In tha mid-ocean. Ho notes that wo took tho Island with tho thought of turning It Into a coaling station for our ships bound to and from the United States to tho Phil. Ipplnes. A few years later Guam logic ally became a halting place for tho trans pacific c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

mmtamrmmmm WWWPHWWtPWWW"1' 1 1 .1 ii l "I "WT " ' "r?. fcr 12 EVENING LEDfEB PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1-91. PHILLIES' LAST GAME OF SERIES WITH PITTSBURGH TODAY-ATHLETICS AT DETROIT PHILLIES EAGER TO FINISH IN FIRST DIVISION rr wo Victories Over Pirates j i Stirred Dead Hopes to i Life 'Must Ovcrcomej Seven-game Lead, How ever. Bnsobn.ll clubs, being composed for the most part by humiui., lusemblo tho Indi vidual. They nre never sntlsiled with their standing- If a club la it the to, colloc lively It wishes to inntte a record. If It Is bccond It wishes to be first und soon. The I'hllllea form a baseball team, hence the or.ly logical conclusion that could follow 1, that Charles Dnoln'i men desire to iioso out tho Cardinals, and tinlsli in tho first division. Tho twofold victory of the locals over the IMrates yesterday has canned tho Cardinals to worry a bit. Today the Phillies encounter tho WnBncrlittis ago in. This contest will be only a dnu affair. With llio Graves ai-lnp ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

KEl aB EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 11)14. J-O -2 -fl FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS T P.R.R.WILL NOT SHUT DOWN ITS CREOSOTE PLANT ATGREENWICH Other Railroads Forced to Such Action Because of War, but Pennsy Has Year's Supply of Oil. pc,plto the fact tliat importations of crco'otc till, uscil by llio inltrcnls In crco- (otlnff 'le3 ImV'' bcc" n,moat r,urc,y cut off by the European war, cnualiiK the plants of ."cvcrol lullionds In tlm Middle West to close down, the rennsylvatil.i jigllroaU iiniiouiwcil totlny ttmt tlio com pany tin" enough of this hind of oil to trcat nil the tics It need.". A weilc before tho win- bct'iul, tlio rennsylviuila ltallruud lc-cclvrri a ship load of the oil from Ocimany, from which country tlio best binnd Is obtalnud. ThH was divided between tho compnny'B tvo crcosotlnrr plnnts, one at Orcr-iiwleh Point mid tho other ut Mount Union, Pa When this Hiipply of oil Is rxlmuatcd iLe company will usu t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

- -M frwppjjBBspy EVENING LEDGER VOL. I-KO. o PHILADELPHIA, JfKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1014. PIIIOE ONE CENT CITIZENS UP IN ARMS OVER DELAY IN TRANSIT PLANS BOYS LEAD THE WAY IN RAISING FUNDS FOR THE RED CROSS PERSEVERING COLLECTORS FOR THE RED CROSS. Large West Philadelphia Section Protest Against Council's Failure to Im prove Facilities Want Crosstown Line. Austin M. Purves, Jr., and His Brother Dale Expect to Raise $500 and Have Made a Splendid Start. 1 Homeowners and business men in tin1 large section between Sith and 58th treats, und Woodland and Lancaster ave nues, In West Philadelphia, are i.p In armi against Councils as a body for the delay of plans foi the better transit facilities in Philadelphia, and against the Councllmen representing the wards In which the teirttoty If Included, foi neg lecting, at tor sK year" of constant de mand fiom the testdents, to o'otuln a crosstown surface line on Mth sti et. A movement has boon started within the last few days to clrculato petition...

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

POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENI NG LTnTxnX I postscript MhU KJM2I Jti EDITION VOL. l-'iN'O. o PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1M. PUIOE ONE CENT GERMAN STAND ON PEACE PLAN ;AIDSEDIAT!ON president Wilson Hopeful That Further Negotiations Will Result From United States' Offer to Act. TVASHINGTO.V, Sopt. IS. President Wilson is "extremely hopeful" that jitou rcss toward pence In Europe will result from Informal sounillnB of Germany and the alllcs Tlils was the situation today rcgnidliig peace and mediation overtures, noeoidlng to a high authority. It Is still too early to discuss terms, but by careful und ,low discussions thtotigh bulb official and pilvato sources, the President, It Is bald, I,(i3 reason fur hope that some deflnlto peace ovciturcs may bo presented at an ea ly date. The President ehmnclcilzes the senti ments expressed ' by Herman Chancel lor Hethmanii-Hoilwcg to Ambassador Gerard, "as iiun-cnirmllltul." It was nu thorltalIely slated today that the chancellor's eonvetsnllon...

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. — 18 September 1914

'!& !&$ o W" f4lmvs&. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 1914. i . i 11m B4i M REVIVED BELGIANS REPULSE ATTACKS OF GERMANS IN REGIONS ABOUT TERMOND aure Indications that the enemy's t forced are falling. "The French attempt to cut through t) 5 German right wing was broken ami ( without notable exertion on the Ger man side. "The German army Is advancing slowly but surely. "A sortie from Verdun on the right bank of the Meuse was most easily re pulsed. "The German staff states thai all the German airships are comlhg up to ex pectations In long Mild daiigeimp flights. Some were damaged, but all of them were repaired. N'one was de stroyed or captured by the enemy " foreign press Is dally getting such reports from our enemies Military considerations will not permit such publication, as a pre maturely published dispatch might mean grave dancer to the German armies. That la the only reason why the General Staff Is keeping operations mi the battlefield secret Unoff...

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

iaikJ f 1 1 1 .wviniiii'1' m ,mm' v wsfw 'FSff-W- yif!WBg;"' iff i" T.. ' -T EVENING L-EDGEBFHIjHXA, FBI'DY, SffPflEMffffB 18 '""- "' " !' Ul-lli '" riiM ;, i, ,t r.i I,.- ypyi;.. .A - ' .' l r ,, ','., , - rr 191-f. Lowing how European war makes desolation which peace never can regain i i , i ' , i t -.-' u . . -f.w .. -':. ' - m&tMS&3zvg&mL?XMi&MfrP&&r;- , . i.?sB,i!7sai rk s 3 'i .w vtLanLra..'.!2&.:i Mfih-i.'' mS2L , jt,w'. wn2s . . .iJa-jBrMssiawHsgr iteKS&tos9aaiEi v:-,- ,;:ia nr i'uiisuMS!ir jb..wtoyLfifi teji tijRaBr fiasas issiwcrcs& sb ihs :ae Hfe., ';-: !' m&mKmLimfflmmmm , -mi .n KVu V'dlWtW.MrAI liHiK UU . X. 1U' Mffi'.li V M i'HtH'M UBWl VKK iJ VVEF 3K". J -fiPB' FVVA.VLf .B'l Bh. ( 'T 4! '4 ' t- , mhv, - a ," T1TOWK. !-(r,0- XcrVAJIB . ?9au;K. i If il ?L .. I5.jJ1ffA 'S7' '",- !EV:'kaiSJ' ' - ' KS K .IMQ I i?&:?niu:yBrwF'i e&b . - - : . .. iaj!iMM$t!& , "-..r m il il nan m iii 1 1 1 i jv m w i it mi i i iiiiii 1 1 i ...

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. — 18 September 1914

.-, "wK5 "-r " 1 if Prp& v, b m !' J ' I! it i:i y I Hi "r" I a' i 'i If. I '! BUT' !,' 1 - r - I ; , J," W .: ,o ' ' i i.1- &. i '- f n. ui -ij. ia i-,r n j & :( . P U ft ; 4 ft u i- t& MJ 'K II ' I .T i ;r? 4i ;r- u, b . . i If . Mi E n -; ::is vle FT T p f? Ti 1 tali' H . i l EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, lOU AUSTRIA. HUMILIATED. IS NOW LOOKING LONGINGLY TOWARDS THE END OF WA T COOL LOGIC MARKS BELGIAN ATTITUDE TOWARD GERMANY Treaties in Ink Violated, Must Be Rewritten in Blood, So Plucky Little Kingdom Fights Against Great Odds. 'A'NTWEKP. Sept. 1 tUy Courier to " tend and Mull tb .Vow Vork The little Bplgian soldier uho climb,. i Into th compartment was dead tirni lie trailed his rltle behlnJ him. threw himelf Into the seat and Ml sound nlep n was ready to talk when lie awoke v . hour later. "Yes. I was up all night with ii.-rtrn prisoners," he said. "It was a bad y Thero were cnlv sixteen ul us In liaml JCO Germans. Wo lid four bocat, .n ! w...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

!JV"'Jl&tm' -r IQVENINCT LBDGEEPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAf, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. o PLANTATION SONGS HEARD IN ANCIENT ITALIAN CLOISTER is Inct Country Which Presents jVlany Sharp Contrasts Be tween he Old and New. tn.v ASSlsr, Wily. SPl- M.-More than by vllilng Ise la 0M0 ""P"" """""" Italy by the contrast ueiween tno very see remarkablct ctangets. A larire clly lias grown up outside the walls and biff modem buildings occupy some of the moit historic sites. The Home of to day dor not sit upon her seven hills and from hfr throno nt Itnnulv inln t lift world. t'ho rllmbq down and hustle.?, and, al loilali )i cloe not rule the world, her people ate lenrnlna: tlip more Important ail of how to rulo thtmaeUes. Wo Ms . lied the Scnato p. short time ago and ,, i s wo looked down tipoil that oorrven- 1 ..i nt Tnttr Til roil oil ilollu; bnil'' mjl,y of Wem wcnrlns com dent or ioui nuuugn f0) Ub, Rnck r0ills nml ,olinglng cas,i. in their chair', wo recalled with a smile our days of collese Latin an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

rmrmmmmmimidm ii tn,mmmmmm i ivn in, i II, VII SF57Wr, i& 4 "-' iPT5 EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1914. 1 WJiK l?K Wil w PENROSE AIDS PLAN TO QUELL REVOLT BY INTIMIDATION Orders to Break Up Meeting v of Italian Political League Issued by Manipulators of Machine in Downtown Wards. The Penrose and Vnro machine in South Philadelphia has started a campaign of Intimidation to put the Italian Political Efaffue, formed last Monday night to tirfcb a revolt among the Italian voters against Penroaelsm In the Vate district, out of existence. This was the accusation wade today by oflli'Ms of the league The men sa IJcpublkan Prfftinlzntioti ard leadeia in South Philadelphia hae called upon ihein and upon other num bers of the league, and have threatened them personal!;, unless they stop agitat ing against the political conditions In their district. Taul Tranchltclll, n uty employe and a. Republican leader In tho Second Ward, iiiiy said. Is organizing n crowd of men who...

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

EUft5&M w9gy,jyapfj'7 FRED E. LEWIS SEE DEMAND FOR FUSION TO DEFEAT PENROSE Believes Pinchot Ready to Withdraw as Washington ( Party Candidate in Interest of United Attack. ALLENTOWN, Pa. Sept. 18.-Spccul,T tlon relative to complete fusion between the Washington and the Democratic par ties, part of the ptosxam belnsr the with jfj.wal of either Olftord rlnchot or Con ireisman A. Mitchell I'almer, the Wash ington and Democratic candidates, rejpectielyi for the United States Senate, has been icvlved heie by jrrcj E. Lewis, Washington party candidate fo. Secretary of Internal Affairs, who returned yesterday from Harrlsburs, whore he attended the meet ing of the Progressive State Committee. The nntl-Penrose sentiment throughout the State Is so strong, Mr. Lewis dp tUrcd, that the piobnblo result will be popular demand for both parties to unite on one man who can defeat tho renrosc machine. Hogardlng his own position In event of fusion, Jlr. Lewis iou!d ma!e no comment. lie did not te...

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

jWTl .,, wm 'Bjaaaaaiiaaafe Tir I? .emmmtt&&iirr U fc ,f I j; I f 'Aw VI V.h :r 'n 8 t T evening ledger Philadelphia; Friday, September is, idu. EVENING s&J LEDGER PUHLIC LEDGER COMPANY CVIU'H It K crilTIfl. PitaiPCST. John Orlbhel. V(rpPrtldnt . m W Ochd, BeereMryi John C Martin. Treasurer fhatltt II. t.uillngton, rhlllp n, coillnw. Jolin II Wltllm Director. KUITOItlAL POAttt): t'rnrs It. K f"rtn. Chairman r. H. tvitAt.Btv, . r?i)l'y11 JOHN' 0 MAIVTI.S .. . . OMiiral HuMntM MnmKr Publlhe-I dally at Pimic I.r.iiirn ItulMlng. Independence Square. PhllnlelphlA. (.teas rx.fTRAt. broad and Chentnut Ptret Atlantic Cut Prrtl-L'nfon Ilnllillns Tjcw York 1T0-A, Mtroiolltnn Tanrr Milcano $17 Horn? Inurnnrn ltulldlng Ion ION b Vatcrloo Place, Pall Mall, 8. W. NEWS DUlUAfS: JURRtsBtM nrnEAV The Mtrfof nulMlng JAlllTON IIcbkic Tho PoJt ItulMlng rt York: IlritEic The Times ItulMlng flttt.tN IlrarAt- en Krllrlrh(ra J.onbon Di nrir 2 Pall Mnll Va.t. S V I'asi BiREAi 3a Hue Louis Ic Clr...

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