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

ESi ..WA-.' EVENING LEDGEbPHIIjADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913: ' 9 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS M , 0E0HQE3 II. EARM3 has Issued Invl ..... rn. i larse dobutanto luncheon, LVX ... ... lvft in honor of hor daughter, itnnsell P. Carle, at their place In Bryn llW October 1. All th.e debutantes of the MaW.n will bo Included amonK the guests, e'i Charles Howell, Miss Josephine Howell j Miss Heatrlce Howell, of Torrosdale. who IB been motorlmr through New England on wir wny from Northeast Harbor, whom they Lye been visiting Mrs. O. Frederick Jordan, ill return to Torresdale next week. Mrs. Howell and ner daughters will move Into town .bout tha end of November. tor an1 Mrs' Joscph Ncff ,vho spent tlie .,ty summer at their cottage In Beach Haven, Md Intendod going abroad1 for a stay of sov . months. Obliged to abandon their plans '. t0 the war conditions, they spent the lMt month traveling through New England, ' lg Scveral weoks In Northeast Harbor. They returned yesterday ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

SWWqugWM Wl 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, lbl4. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATM ELLEN ADAIR STARTS IN STEERAGE ACROSS OCEAN FOR AMERICA i hM !l( ' T1 11 ft rz i - i if.1l p.' it lit: if IH English Girl, Alone but Hopeful, Departs From Southampton After Morn ing Ride on Boat Train. v. Tin' next liioi rims; t awoke carl In ft vi'd excitement. Pdr nil wms read. ami 1 was really to set sail ror Ameiica 1 ate a hurried brealifaat, my last t.tpfcallv tinelish breakfast Tor man. a long day. The frlaslliiK eggs and bacon smlled so good, but wete too substan tial for mv eieltcd niootl. The Stout Lon don landlady forced me to tnlte sonic toast ami marmalade, and I drank a cup C coffee hastily. TMen out to the watting taxi mv lug jtage was carried, t climbed inside, dl rpt?d the watt to drive to Waterloo Sta tion, ami I was really off! How mcn pensive a ride In thsc London taxis ts -out' thieo-mlle tup was on! 50 cen tu mid how .p!eiidl...

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

EEifl T-'rC-r EfOStfltfG LED013R-PHILADBLPHTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ft, 1914 a- pPEKIL TO GUAM , SEEN IN JAPAN'S ENTRY INTO WAR Strategic Importance of Lit tle Island Now Used as Cable Station Pointed Out by Specialist. Should Jan4" Belzc lhe lslnnd PRRes . , 0f Germany In the Pacific she will, ,t one stroke, gain an Immrnse strategic lvnlKe In ease of conflict with the United States. Germany would not be the only 'oser' flni 0IJr trttde routea l0 4 from the Orient, cither by way of Situ Francisco or the Panama Cnnal, uM be Imperilled as they arc not now .tt the same degree. We have plenty of ein tor concern. So writes a specialist t 0 ,ure of Japan's pacific Intentions ;tn the Pacific, and his especial concern Is over Guam, our little cable station In the Bld-ocenn. He notes thnt we took the iduid with the thought of turning It Into 'ieoallng station for our ships bound to Mi from the United States to tho Phil ippines A few years later Guam loglc 'tlly became a halting place for tho ...

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

P1SW-' 12 EVElING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11914. PHILLIES' LAST GAME OF SERIES WITH PITTSBURGH TODAY-ATHLETICS AT DETRoff WUl ! N mm ,: !?-" '9 I :il fin I PHILLIES EAGER TO FINISH IN FIRST DIVISION Two Victories Over Pirates Stirred Dead Hopes to Life Must Overcome Seven-game Lead, However. Baseball clubs, being composed for the most patt by humans, rotltibltt the Indi vidual. The me never s.ttUtlcd with their standing. If a dub Is tit Ihe lop. collec tively It wishes to mitUe ft record. If It la second It w Ishes to be llrst and so on. The I'hlllles rorni a baseball team, hence the only logknl conclusluit that could follow Is. that Charles 1'ooln's men desire to nuso cut 111" Cardinals, and llnlsh In the first division. The twofold victory ot the locals over the Pirates yesterday has caused the Caidlnnlt to worry a bit. Tmia the 1'hlllies encounter the XVngtieritins ngnln. This ci'i.te.st wilt be only a single uffalt. With the Braves pacing alone n stead ily, the Tli...

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

rat" 'SWyaSj ar,w EVOKING LEPgER-PHltABELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER lcS, 1014. v 13 Reported Victories for Al lies t Influence More In quiries Foreign Market Situation Vastly Improved. Confer on Gold Pool. n-Mnks to an Improvement In the Eu- Sin war situation, due largely to tne rS,.fd victories of the allies, ench day 'C an casing up of conditions In fh. financial markets, with buyers show Zl irtore noticeable desire to Ret Into J! trading The.c Is a broader ills- Million tO MO" SIOCIIB. """ " - - f V. Increasln number of dally sales in the market here nnd in .ow ioik. Lmies that last week could find no ,.kJrJ because of an Indirtorent demand, " u-i,,r hid hlcher. Quotations lllaln a stability which Is surprising to Ailment brokcts, unit the situation, on lh, whole, is considered In general good 'toSewful nnnnclnn of New York city's Jriin debt inlluenced In a large meas i'the partial collapse of foreign ex lUtt prices for which are now at rfowest level since the war began. h,r j la re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 September 1914

I''i'H s.Ac 'ST'i'-I rt -H-fBI - 5ff "'' EH H1 M postscript! T7. EDITION JLi VENING LEDGER postscript! EDITION VOL. 1 NO. 5 PHILADELPHIA, FJilDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. FRIGE ONE OENTir CITIZENS UP IN ARMS OVER DELAY IN TRANSIT PLANS BOYS LEAD THE WAY 1 IN RAISING FUNDS FOR THE RED CROSS Austin M. Purvcs, Jr., and His Brother Dale Expect to Raise $500 and Have Made a Splendid Start. Two bo3. members of a prominent , Chestnut Hill family, one 12. the othc 13 years o!tl. have collected $73 for the lied Cross Society and will swell tin sum to J130 when promised checks come In. Both hnve been following the strug gle In Kurope dally. They read of the carnage, the misery and the auftcrlivt of soldiers and their families. 'I'hci saw pictures of poor women with little hoys clutching to their skirts nml cai PERSEVERING COLLECTORS FOR THE RED CROSS. tying babes. Then they "woik on their own hook" decided as one Large West Philadelphia , 'Section Protests Against Councils' Failure to Im prove Fa...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

'3 Ktibs'H&Jfl ikju .! mj NIGHT EXTRA VTCNTNG JLJ JL 1 X J, H VJ T TPrMTPR JLi JLi JL V-fl JLj! A w NIGHT EL A I If II VOXi. 1-KO. 0 PHILADELPHIA, SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. PRICE ONE OHtfT i I RAILROADS WIN PLEA FOR A REHEARING IN FREIGHT RATE CASE Interstate Commerce Com mission Fixes October 19 as Date for Presentation of New Evidence . WASHINGTON', Sept. 19.-The Inter stale Commerce Commission today grant id the application of EaBtcrn railroads for a reopening of the ftvo per cent, freight mle Increase case. Hearings, to begin October 19, the com trillion said, would be confined exclusively to Information and ovldence arising since the recent decision granting only partial Increases. Meanwhile the rate orders of the recent decision will remain In effect. In October, 1513, the Eastern roads filed tariffs, at an expense of nbout 11,600,000, providing Increases In freight rates esti mated to average 5 per cent., which com puted on tho gross revenues of tho car riers Involved...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

2' EVESTIHG LEp&ER-ftBlLAftELPHll, SAOTBDAT. SBPflBMBBB 19, 1914 AWFUL TOLL OF SEVEN DAYS' CARNAGE IN GIGANTIC BATTLE ALONG VAISNE RIVER Number of guns and prisoners cap tured cannot be obtained yet. An Invasion by Alpine riflemen over the Vosges Into the Brelsach valley has been repulsed. Early today this official- statement was lsiued by the War Office: The derman armies in France are steadily growing stronger. The ad vance on Paris was too rapid to admit of ammunition and pro visions in sufficient quantities be ing sent to the troops. This has now been remedied by an adjust ment of the lines of communica tion. The efficacy of the new arrange ments has been demonstrated at the centre of the German front, where a steady advance Is being made. The French are showing signs of weakness. Apparently they have been unable to All their depleted ranks, whereas our forces are being steadily augmented by fresh troops In the battle between the Olse and Meuse Rivers It was explained that t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

rrama EVByiNG XjEDGEB-PEgTiAPfckPHIA, SATURDAY,, BEPfrgfoflER 19'llt 3 ARiPIRIT OF ALLIES BODES ILL FOR AMERICAN EFFORTS TO END GREAT STRUGGLE OLEMENCEAU RAILS I, UHLANS CHALLENGE ' DEATH IN STALKING ENEMIES' POSITION 1 German Horsemen, Gallop ing Out to Draw r ire and Show Opponents' Strength, Have Small Chance of Escape, UOTTEttDAM, Sept. ID Concerning the deiimiti Uhlans, of whom so much has been hcaid In the Euronsnn war, I-uIbI Batzlnl, a widely known ltnllnn war cotte.siundcnt, B.iys n the L'orrlcre Delia Seta: s c nearctl a small station and the train lessened Its speed We taw u small troop of cavalry guarding the inllruad crosaliis-a patrol of Uhlans. Their de meanor was calm TllotlKh llioy wcie in the eneniv's couutrj, thelt cutcfiee atti tude gae the hnpicsslon that tlioy weie jnciels In a inaiieuvet uamp. 'The swarms of cavalry which the Gcr- comi mit ahead of their ndvnnce are if to he found eveiy where on any highway, B .... nih It Im their business to see us much as po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

iS&lft rwsrs MW Wmx rxr SENATORS FIGHT ALL NIGHT OVER ; "PORK BAR'L" BILL BVBirijf& .LEDeEtt-paitADaigaiA, SATtTED.A.'S', gEPTflafBEB 19, 1914- ... ""' '" iiinln.. ii ,. T . 7 m ,T n.n.H.n, .. ., .. ,.. .. ' f----''-ri JL.'-t- -. -'-f-'-i'-i - I1 - f'f7---- - - ., in'. -,,.!., - i. ,.afnr- itli I f II I im HI V . '.T! PHlLA.AUTOISTS HURRAS CAR DROPS, THROUGH BRIDGE Oo ft Burton Leads Filibuster and Continuous Session Is Held, j ; . rresident Said to r avor Cut. Injured In an Accident That curred Near Scranton. i Four Philadelphia!! nere In'ured yes terday afternoon, when a touring car broke "throuRh the planks of a bridge spanning n creek between Cilen Home and tlalevllle, six miles east of Scranton. They are: Mrs. W. H. Walls, said to live at 22 North 3Sd street, lett arm broken; John A. Green, of 21st and Westmoreland street.-, rlpht ankle sprained and severe brulsts and burns, Miss Mav Green, nieco of Mr. Green, right wrist sptalned and severe brultcs. S. V. Mulllns, son ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

u"uju, m&m iwimwfrXfT?' ii ' - iwi'i "' 1 fl J ' '4&S7he Piaifs the o7hing W '''?. BESfeti, -"sS ! ! l ' BIM8Kr ' v --f fEBBKHflSBis; J fife P WffTBIfflffWTPhBiiiCMW rffirn iMJii Broad, Sept. 28. Wwtfla&X -'sliigHE' WfflMiKra ,"jfi"s Bf Eyiytf LEDGEB-IfAPIilPjilA, 'gATTTBPAY, SBPfBafSBB 10, .1.014; THEATRICAL PLANS UNAFFECTED BY THE EUROPEAN WAR Audiences, Hopefully In creasing, Indicate Passing o( Depression Forecast of Coming Amusements. Lnurliter art' team, Joy ana Bilef of ii,eo urn tl'n vltftl hours of life. Work aday human exlstonce loo often runs nlonir vltli humdrum monotony, with no relief of loen laiiulitur or wcoplmt: for truly yiioiome Jnyo and trasedles nre ini In tt-o span of tlio Individual life. Ttieretore, It la wcl1 ll18 humdum, tho lrgular ullim. should bo broken, if vlca- ' tloualy. by partultliiK In tho m'mlc play : the eternal comedy' In all Its phases on the staco. Drama nnd romance nro perpetual In tholr appcnl to tho hcait of man and woman, for t...

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. — 19 September 1914

-y p r s TiT-Y EVE1STI&G .LBDGBB PHILABBLPHIA, SATJBDAY, SBPTEKBE 10 19X4. SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE!! COURSE OF THE EUROPEAN WAR Thte Moit Important Battle So Far and' What it Means to the Gen era! Situation. DurtrfK six davs a titanic trags1. upon vhieh the final outcome of ihe war may rest, his bn in progress along a 130 mile battle line in northern France To comprthiMX the altuati'-n tt a whole It is necessary to eliminate single engage menu, the ebb and Bo of vlfttorles and defeats, and rear3 the battle Ot IBe Aline aa a whole This battle Is. indeed, the most Itrpor i taiit thU far fouKht In the war fpon the; outcome .hall re't the fate of rterman emu In France, tn one nhort week the world has seen the mightiest army eer gathered virtually routed driven from the very rates of Paris and forced to take the. defensive at a time when victory reeraed certain. For more than Mx week, not counting tie temporary check at Un. the fVrrr.a-...

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. — 19 September 1914

EVgffiaft IBBaE-f'HiLABLPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 191 mf t l7rr-nio m ftfJ rnn IPKESBT I ttimmo i .! i . HOME MISSIUN iAmrHiuN churches Will Seek to Raise Large Jund ior .cx.i.c"'""" .... -..trnto plans nro being made by the Ellv.r Sns of this city for the canv -'iSbT waged this autumn to help tfiffn bSl"t of $HMM for home mis- c . end I church extension of tho de- '"SiniSlon. The pnHlora of nil churches Bomlwn reauestcd to present tho cause ! ?JE conRregntlons on Sunday, Octo- to illf.u jay "that has been set aside T'-city Mission Sunday." 'rnl churches have been asked to con- ?. 110000 of tho budget for home ' lon , oTdSrlns this year. Of this loin" MP" ccnt' ls t0 B ,XW"rd ' .W Tnrk In the presbytery, 10 per cent. tnX Ion work In the synod and 30 f0.r Sent, for national home missions. P rfforts arc also to bo mndo to collect ..SSi to be used In paylns off mort """'nn all missions and churches deslr B'.Uta c In tho Philadelphia Prcs l"JI,S th"ro 7S churches, 42,854 mem Ks and ...

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. — 19 September 1914

S? '- $$rmfcl$Sii- 8 I.-. . -it 4- m .if BRITISH PRIZE COURT DISPOSES OF SHIPS SEIZED DURING WAR BVBNIflG LEDqBR-frHlLADBftfHIA, BAfllfBPAY. SBJP.DBMBB 19 IQlg i 'Admiralty Revives Institu tion Last Held in 1854. Fate of Captured Vessels Rests in Its Hands. LON'DON". Sept. . Tho capture bv British cruisers of Clormnn merchant x pa eels all over the world since tho ! sinning- of the European war has raustd I if Admiralty to revive that ancient Instil i tlon, the prize court. The cnpturi'ii m - eels, now held by the Government, imi-: be disposed of and the proceed. : -cording to precedent, will be proi it- J among the men who made thn np' '' Not for GO years has n prlr.e eouit t In England. The last wan In 15SI. iti tin Crimean war, when tho fate of the 1.1 u cade was dccldiM. In the ears of th present generation, half forgetful uf n. possibility that this country miitht mi again bo swept Into a huno Internal 'or i' str iegl, tho expressions "pH2e muii' and "prlo of war" havo a remob ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

EB IpKstor quits pulpit AND WIFE FOR GIRL AHDEL0PES1ITHHER The Rev. N. C. Lassiterj Once of Philadelphia, Runs Away With Member of Former Congregation WIIjMINOTONi Del., Sept. 19. Atlcr inlnc hla church nnd giving up his wife for love of Miss Vera Colllna, tho clfih-;...oar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Collins, the nev. Not-fleet C. Lasslter and the girl have eloped and are "Announcement of tho marriage, which took place In JJaltlmoro laat Sunday at midnight, has been made by tho brldo'u parents. Also It was said thai the bride and bridegroom are on their way to tho home of his parents, near llalelgh, N. C. f.-imlter. who Is 12 years old, came here with his former wife four years ago aa pastor of the Delaware Baptist Church. Previously ho wns pastor of tho Chester Avenue llaptlst Church, Philadelphia. Tho Collinses were prominent In the church, and Miss Vera, then a child, teemed to fascinate tho pastor. He help ed her with her lessons, and often tho two took long walks t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

!"WU 10 bmVW " flwp"ftw u" EVENING frEPGEBfrHILADEkPHIA, SATURDAY, BEPT R'MRll?, TfL 1914: - " ' ft IHk EVENING (Mi LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus ir. k. cunns, phisiohst. at. W. Och. Secretary: John C Martin. Treasurers ChntlcK tr. l.u.tlngtnn, Philip S. Collin, John B. WU- llmrn. Directors. RDtTOlllAt tlOAnO: CtRCd II. K. Curtis. Chilrmftn. P. II. Wlf A t.BY Iwutlv Editor JOHN' C MARTIN' (lonernl IhiMness Manager Published ilnlly til Penile t.i ihii it ttulWInff. Independence Riunrr Phllfldelphli. Lftoeh Cbntiui tlron.l nnd Chestnut StreeM Art i.Mie cut j'ims-PiiIoii Building Knir Yniic ...... ..... ... 170-A, Metropolitan Tower CiiKMno At7 Homo Injuranee Hulldlnf? London 8 Waterloo place, Pnll Mall. S. v Ni:wairm:.vr: WAKtilNmos llrnmu The rf. Hu 1IS5 :e vntiK iiinrtu Th".T!m.f! l,..iLn': limits iimim . J ' rrili"WMBnw" Iimwv Iiri:o 2PAII Mali V9"" 5-h Visit llur.MU Hi! Hue I-oul lo Grand SI'tlSCIIHTION TKHMS Pr carrier. Nun OM.v, nlxtonn llymall. postpaid outside of Philadel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

fhi:xs r ociETY'S doings at HOME AND IN SUBURBS ... v a O A XT1 0 .7 ...... have teen sent out by tho Race lnvlu" ,. wmiiwnarah Hunt Club for immltteo o clubhouse Satur- B. MtroTi; of Media, Pa., ahnouneo the en S of their daughter, MIm Arabella gMP to Allen Hunter, Jr., son of Mr. m Allen Munlor, of Chestnut Hill. and WW. , f r th0 -wedding. Ho daw "" . f hv lho Comm- , the ciubhouso ' October 3, before the races. Tho guest,. dar' , rfSto owners of horses entered In tho , and Btcwards, judges and other officials r. ii r.tco mcotlng. !rat four-ln-hand coaches will bo driven So. including those of Edward D. ! iih Frederlo Strawbrldge, Captain E, Smith. , niirklsv. Innc thoso who have already reserved park . Unices are Edward D. Toland, C. Bradford . itv Edwin N. Bonson, Jr., Stovenson S James O. Lolpor, Jr., Miss Emily iiv J Stanley Reeve, Jesse Williamson, ?' Captain E. B. Cassatt, Mrs. II. Howard rniSon. Jr., James W. Cooke, F. S. Whlttakcr. i Sis B. Stoughton, Daniel D. Wontz, Joh...

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. — 19 September 1914

' m'''t''i!''imt9imimsw'lm'''ti!' ' 12 mtwi EVENING LEDGEU PHlLADteLPHA BATTKflAT, gBPT EMBER 10 mi II . -- "T - ' ' ' I - - ' T I till' J"-- I-H I, III . ' - -' ..-...... -.1. . ... III ' K 7 WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRi ELLEN ADAIR GETS SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIP GAINS SPEED WOMEN HIGHWAY INSPECTOR HAS INTERESTING PERSONALITY Bit of Seaweed a Token of Happiness to Come. Ocean Liner Makes Stop at Queenstown. vt. fmiilinniptoii vatrr on n summer morn tn-r niul the Illtle wavelets Mtrll!nsr In the sun' The sen RUlls circled round nnd round with ctraime and curious cries, itHd oh' the fioslni'ss nnd 'he utter clean tie of their now;- wines' Almio I stood upon the sicriiee deck, nnd watched tile Klioies of Unplnnd slow reCdr. The ocean soon would loll between-ond oh! t loved in native land' "Good-be, sood'byd, ileal- l'iglind,' t was sayiiiff desperately, 'nnd many waters cannot quench love!" Then lieu occurred a curious thins, and one which Rote mo co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

;HURCHES AD THEIR 13 UN W i l.i i ull ISSIOERIES WILL FLOOD MEXICO WITH BIBLES AM BOOKS United Church Workers to Establish Schools and Col leges Workers Anxious to Return to Their Fields. Elaborate plans are belnc made by missionaries of all the Protestant denora Dillons in this country for an Invasion . Mexico, probably early this winter. Wtead of each 'denomination working lone in some certain territory, all of ;h0.a which had been represented In the f.ld previous to last spring, when the Visionaries had to leave the country ewlnj to the Mexican revolution, with the exception of the Episcopal Church ihd the Baptist Church (South), are to Vcrk In unison. The entire program, as outlined, the outcome of a conference of the mission bcird" officials In Cincinnati. O.. early th!s summer, is to be one of a con structive character. .Instead of carrying rides and cartridges the next army to gb to the southern republic will carry Bibles and books. It Is planned to estab llh one church of th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

ft m u ""fr EVKNING- LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTBMBEE 19, 1914. Shortstop Jack Miller and Left Fielder Dolan, of St. Louis Cardinals, Accused by Pittsburgher. As Jack Miller, shortstop of the St. Louis baseball tram, and Albert J. Dolan, left fielder, stopped from the breakfast room In tho Majestic Hotel thla morning, they were arrested by Murray Edlls, a constable of Pittsburgh, on warrants charging assault and battery upon Vll Ham V Gastior, of Pittsburgh. Umh men were hustled lo the Central station and locked up, while Muggins, mnnagei of the Cardinals, hurrcld about In an effort to gel his two ptavers out of a cell that they might perform this after- ( nnon In two git mo h against tin Phils, lloth plnver were on hand at ball time. It 1 said by (lie Pittsburgh polios that Jn. k Miller was too attentive to Mrs. V illicit D Gnspti. Tho woman's hus band objected. It Is said, after ho had trailed hl wife and the ball ptuer thi'uiBh bright lighted refreshment places or Pittihu...

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