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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

Eif2Z3 P?S BVSyiyd- tEDGEE-PBlLADBLPHIA, aATTTRPAY. SEPTEMBEB 19, ..19.14- 1S INANCIAL ANL) COMMERCIAL SITUATION HOME AND ABROAD FEDERAL BUREAU ffl-END BRINGS Ibetter FEELING IN i: FINANCIAL MARKET I j sees Better outlook for IRON AND STEEL TRADE At ... V,l, IN ft W i u i l Houses Will Again Solicit New Business and Phila- f delphia Will Follow Suit. With the end of the week comes a mora . .. ... flAnrldl circles to renew aispujiuu' Expert Says Prices Have Already Gone to Their Lowest Level-, Is my firm conviction that It will long time before we again see n prices for Iron and steel oroducts as we have seen since the Ilrot of tho pres- f , ent year." InVCStment Thls ,s ft 'tatement made In an Ihtr , view by Frank Baackes. vie president and general sales agent of tho American Steel and Wire Company. "It would seem." he says, "some people looked for an Immediate boom In Amefl' can trade right after the declaration of war In Europe, but there came up several complications that delayed...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

night TVTMTNTf! EXTRA Mh V j 1 1 JL1 1 J LEDGER wiwmiiiiMfc NIGHT EXTRA - r VOIii I-NO. 6 PHTLADELPIHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1014. PRICE ONE OBlSfi DETECTIVE'S PISTOL ENDS ROMANCE OF BURGLAR-INVENTOR Master of the 'Jimmy,' Brace and Bit Woos Girl on Earnings From His Burglaries. ADOLPH SEGAL WILL GO TO NORRISTOWN HOSPITAL TODAY Former Wizard of Finance Remains in Ignorance of Purpose of Automobile Ride. JOHN S. EDWARDS Burglar, inventor and pleasing gen tleman, when not forcing safes, faces long term in the Eastern Peni tentiary. In the rough and ready language used bj the police, police court attorneys, mis sion workers and those who associate wlih the men and women who are rather undc'lrablo citizen. John S. Edwards, who was held without ball by Magistrate Tracy at the-CIeventh and Winter streets police station Moday. lias had another fall. The.- underworld considers a fail as omuthlns that' business men would stjle a falkne. Kdwnids today admitted that Edwards was onl an assum...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

1 IJIN -t f SPORTS EXTRA EVENING 8f WWlH LEDG ET1 I SPORTS IV EXTRA r& 1 7 ,VOL. I-NO. G PIIILADEIiPniA, SATU11DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1014. PKIOE OKE GENT FIRE IN PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Stage Settings Burn, Causing Loss of 5200. Tire nmons the stage settings in the Parochial school of the Roman I'nthollo Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, 63d street and I.ancastcr avenue, today caused n loss of fs. No person was In the build ing at the time. A hoy saw smoke coming from tho third-stoii window, where the school au.liturlum Is located. He told John Mo Namee. the Janitor, who turned n an ftlaini 500 Ptiests and Nuns to Get Relief WASHINGTON'. Sent. 19 -As a result or i"!'.,,,t,? ,,(.I,MlUialon and danger of sui catholic priests and nuns In ilex. 1 "Administration today planned UomMltlco me,'n3 ,nr remv"' them WEATHER FORECAST For Philadelphia and vicinity Gen "ally fair tonight und Sunday; not much change in temperature; mod trute winds, mostly northcash TEMPERATURE Highest yesterday 88; time, 3 ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

mMSsm Wfi&&m 2 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, gBl-XJ&AlBJgft l&f. 1914. - t-tt Hi V JCi X X JLT VT XJJLUJLVTJUiX X' JO. X JULX XU U XT JO, J.,flt, PAX U lV.UiJL X OJUiX J, Jtu." -" . - " - --jVu.,-......,. ,,,,, , AWFUL TOLL OF SEVEN DAYS' CARNAGE IN GIGANTIC BATTLE "ALONO AJ3NE MVER Nancy and fifteen miles within the French frontier. Attacks along the entire battlo line have been easily repulsed, dumber of guns and prisoners cap tured cannot be obtained yet. An Invasion by Alpine riflemen pver the Vosges Into the Brelsach vailey has been repulsed. Early today this official statement was Issued by the war Office: The German armies In France are steadily growing stronger. The ad vance on Paris was too rapid to admit ot ammunition and pro visions In sufficient quantities be ing sent to the troops. This has no)f been remedied by an adjust ment of the lines of communica tion. The efficacy of the new arrange ments has been demonstrated at thS centre of the German ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

EK EVENING LIPER-PHIILgntA. flAfltT&PAY, EPBMBEB ID, 101. 3 MTill Mi'i I iT V WAR SPIRIT 0 ALLIES BODES ILL FOR AMERICAN EFFORTS TO END GREAT STRUGGLE UHLANS CHALLENGE DEATH IN STALKING ENEMIES' POSITION British Casualties Admitted ly Arc Greater Than Any Other Conflict War. ' at of ; German Horsemen, Gallop ing Out to Draw Fire and Show Opponents' Strength, Have Small Chance of Escape. riOTTEKDAM, Sept. ID. nmccrnlnR the Ucrinnn ; Uhlans, of whom so miicli has been heard" In the Etitojiefcti war, J.ulgl Hn'rzlnl, a widely known Hnllali war correspondent, says l fj-i. Corrl'-rc Delia Sera! "As we nenrod a small station and the train Icssei-fd Its speed we saw a smnll troop of cavalry guarding the railroad crosslns-a. patrol of Uhlans. Their de meanor woi calm Though the were In the enemy's country, their carefiee atti tude save the Impression that thoy were meicly In a maiii'Ucr camp. "The swarms of cavalty which the Ger mans send out ahead of their mh'nnco nre to be found every...

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

EVENING LEBOER-PHILADELpaiA SATtfBDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 19, 1914, m fci 1 I P- W SENATORS FIGHT ALL MHT OVER ' "PORK BART BILL a "ni Burton Leads Filibuster and Continuous Session Is Held. President Said to Favor Cut. ''WASHINGTON", Sept. 19.-in a.desper Ate effort to bfeak down the opponents of the rivers and harbora bill carrying nit t.'drmrdpr'latlon 'of $33,000,000. the Senate liemocrats forced an nll-nlght sesalon. fiHrnlort,s of the .bill, ted by'. Senators . eheppard, of Texas; Bryan, of Florida; , Koblncon. of Arkatuap. and Simmons, of N6rlh""Carollnn, are eride.rvorlris to pre vent the compromise on a 5JO.0CO.000 lump "Appropriation, whlih'is under discussion In the Commerce t'nnirnlttce. A report that tfie President has Indi cated a desire for t. bill not to exceed 12,000.00 to J15 Oi'i.fc.0 wa n bomb shell anions friends of the measure In the Bcnato today, ovn out by their long vigil -they expressed disbelief that the President nould hau taken such a de cided stand without cons...

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

v'r,'iri ."" .''- r KWmf.w-' v : 1 n ,nra? ' V ff5 '?WV ? ' , ,,,. -i . j- . H " EVfettf Stf" LEDR-PHXteVBLPAlA, gATtrfilAY, SEWmB lOfo. , 5" -Shakes Mfiif fcC" JN r-i v i J S i X V Jhii V" - " "2 "2K1 v WK fSrypSLl fif- f7J . f-' ('f WMHiJHlBiHlfl i" '" wnfW!RftMr iSBiratim,aiiV)V'' 5wV . fh:kns Marion Barney and Margaret Vry- f ra ""' aPPK'l .t&M'-i .' lflsfj&fiySSiia linji In "Pilate's Daughter" Chestnut " 'Eifitez ' P'.ifSpi. lhXJmmk Street Opera House, September 28. JItomHSB' iwSBSsB "wBtiaw - -zzz , j &Mm&b&mp,m&3r?.Jvx&mzr. vt- .ry Trwar" wthtttm-h . " IHSEmVI -BwaQiwa! im'CwWm oe&ro o THEATRICAL PLANS UNAFFECTED BY THE EUROPEAN WAR Audiences, Hopefully In creasing, Indicate Passing of Depression Forecast of Coming Amusements. Laufhler anil tears, Joy and grief of Ihe'o aro the vital hours of life. Worl:- " ada.v Imman e'xlstcnce too often runs alonr with humdrum monolony, with no iclief of Ucen laushtor or wceplne: for truly supremo Joys and t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

6 ' EVEtflHa LEDeEB-PHIUADEIiPEiA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER T3, yfflS. m m pi SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE BOURSE OF THE EtillOPEAK WAR , Tho Mo9t Important Battle So Far ' nnll Wiat it Mentis to tin Gen- feral Situation. purine? sjx days a titanic sttugRle. upon which the flnnl'outeomo of the nnr tuny rest, has been In progress nlons a 1M- ( hli $bMIo lino in northern France. To ;onprohend the sltuntlon ns n whole It la necessary to cllmlnnte single engage ments, the ebb and flow of victories and defeat, and regard the battle of the AUtt as a. whole This battle Is, Indeed, the most Impor ialit,. thus far fought In the war fpon the outcome shall rest the falo of Ctetnintl rtrmA In Prnlice. In one short week tin 'world lifts seen the mightiest army over gathered virtually routed, driven from the J'pVj- gales of Paris and forced to tnke the' defensive at a time when vlctorv 'seemed certain. K61 ntofp than elv weeks, not rounilng Hie temporary check...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, I PI. PRESBYTERIANS PLAN FOR HOME MISSION CAMPAIGN Churches Will Seek to RbIbo Largo Fund for Extension Work. riaborato ptnns nro being: made by the .h'a..?.,. nf ViU city for the cam- Ik ilo bo waged this autumn to help ions and c hurcn oxwrwiou 01 u.u uc-'-L.finn. The Dastora of all churches w nominaiiuii. ----,- nr...nt ,hft callso bCCn "Yi" ... X B.mUv: Onto- to IHcir.conBii:"" . ,--" .-'. --,., have iV the clay that has been set aside .. "Lily JHI3SIUM Mn-rf- t ncal churches have been asked to con irfbuato 5 0.CO0 of the budget for home mtosio i worlc during this year. Of this Amount CO per cent. Is to go townrd mln "ion work in the presbytery. JO per cent, for mlMon work In the synod and 30 ir cent, for national homo missions. P rfforts aro also to be made to collect lifiOOOU to bo used In paying oft mort eVon all missions and churches deslr fnc assistance In the Philadelphia I'rca 5.rv there Tare 73 churches, 42.851 mom bJrt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

. . ..,-' i Q f EVENING EDGERPHIL'ADELPBrfA, SATURDAY, BEPTEMBEB 10, 1914l ) wjv--' V' ' BRUMBAUGH PLEADS FOR STATE'S HONOR ON HISTORIC SOIL Pay s Glowing and Eloquent Tribute to Pennsylvania in Address at Paoli Memorial Celebration. i Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh. Republican fcomtnoo for Governor, pleaded Tor fewer Jaws nnd for a strong cltl2onry ut tin- I 337th nnnlversary exercises of the Pnnii ' Massacre, held on tho battlefield at M.il i vern Station this afternoon. The exer cises weio held under the nueplns i tho Taoll Memorial Association In fr cf the monument erected many yinr nn over the burial place of the victims ' tho midnight assault on the troop- nf General Anthony Wane during the K-v - j lutlonary War. I "Ona of tno greatest Sift a 'nine j being can receive Is the Rift of eltis. n 'im I in this great American Republic," said ' doctor Brumbaugh. "In no place, i t . uu time or clime, has the world wltncsid the supreme sulrlt of democracj as it is i so Been here In tho Ctilte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

rvpgy BVtolflNGt EEDGBR-PHlLADfiLPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, l'Oll''. !i PASTOR QUITS PULPIT AND WIFti FOR GIRL APELOPESWITHHER The Rev. N. C. Lassiter, Once of Philadelphia", Runs Away With Member of Former Congregation, WILMINGTON, Del,, Sept. 19. After Imlnc hla church and glvlnc up his wife for love of Miss Vera Collins, the elgh-n-vcar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Collins, tho Hov. Norfleet C. Lassiter and tho girl have eloped and aro "Announcement pf tho marriage, which look placo In Ualtlmora last Sunday at midnight, has been made by tho bride's parents. Also ll na boju inm wio uriaa imt bridegroom aro on their way to tho homo of lls parents, near Kalelgh, N. C. Lassiter. who Is 42 years old, came here with his former wlfo four years ago as pastor of tho Dclawaro Baptist Church. Previously ho was pastor of tho Chester Avenue Uaptlst Church, Philadelphia, Tho Collinses were prominent In tho thiirch, and Miss Vera, then a ohlld, itemed to fascinate tho pastor. Ho h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

. ---,- M 10 EVENING tgMz LEDGER rUUUG I.EDGEK COMPANY CmUS II. K. CtnTIS. PnteiDKNT. Gto. TV. Och. Secretary; John l Martin. Treasurer: Charles II. l.ndlngion, Philip S. Collins, John D. Wll liam. Dlrcciotg. . KDITOlllAL no.vnt): Tint-8 It. K. OenT.s, Chairman. r. It. WHAI.EY ... :: ; ..tteu Editor JOil! t'. MAI1TIM jj"ll"Iil.fiU8ln" M'11""' fitbllthcl daily Punic t.t.Mrit llulldlne. Independence- Siu.ir, Philadelphia. I.tnoto (Yatral llroad and CltMinu Streets ATMntic Oirr I'rctj.t'nlou Itullulng New Vunit.. iTO-A. Metropolitan Tower i'hW.o 817 Ilomn Inu"w HuUillnjr L0.1MN S Waterloo I'lnce, Pall Mall. S. V. NBWSllt.ilK.VrS! . ,, Nr,w York IlLRtto The J" me Ha'IdJnB l.ostwv HimnAD -Pill M" ?''ii;.M Paris Uubiuu 3- Hue Louis lo Urand SLIISCHIITION 1KKMS Jly carrier. Daim Omi, nix cents Ky mall. PO'lpaM nutxlde nf Philadelphia, except where foreign poMrtKa l required, tutu Ottt. ime month, tnentytlte cents: Duly O.slv. imp ear. three dollars. All mall nul'scrlp tlonVpayable In advan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

7 . " EYEfriam MDaBBPHlLAPLPHIA; SAWBlUY, SEPTEMBER 10, jjlfe n SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS .wr tins. WILL-IAM BANDEnS MacOTT, of Media, Pa., nnnounoe the n ent of their daughter, Miss Arabella Sw. flnott, to 'Alien Hunter, Jr.. son or Mr. TSrft Allen Hunter, of Chestnut Hilt No dale Has een 8et for the wcdalnK' irritations have been sent out by the Race rt!mm)ttce of the Whttomareh nunt Club for luncheon to bo given at the clubhouse Satur . ' October 3, before the race. The guests ill' Include owners of horses entered In the races and atewards, Judges and other officials nt tho race meeting. Several four-ln-hand ooaches will bo driven . tho races, Including thoso of Edward D. Bmitli Fro1'61-10 Strawbrldgo, Captain E. B. Cnssatt and It. Nelson Buckley, Among thoso who havo already reserved park ins Pacoa nre Edwnrd D- Toland' - Bradford rfaliey. Edwin N. Benson, Jr., Stavensdn Crothers, .lames G. Leipor, Jr., Miss Emily Barclay. J. Stanley Ilceve, Jesse Williamson, 2d Ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA,, HA'fttmnAY, SEPTEMBER 10,-1914. 1 u ft BJ 1 i!1 'i m mm kftt ftf'ifiM'fH m . WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON TAILORED SUIT ELLEN ADAIR GETS SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIP GAINS SPEED Bit of Seaweed a Token of Happiness to Come. Ocean Liner Makes Stop ,,,f.at Queenstown. t vt. Scmilianipton v.uter on m summer mom Ins; niicl the little wntelels suarUlltii? In -the sun! The sea gulls cllcl.'d round nnI , tound ivltli tranee ami uuilou oilcs. itiul nli' tli" fioshness nml the utter i'leftn ti"bs of tiiMr snowy wines' Alone I stood Upon the steei npc dqek. and watched the Miotes of England slou iccede, TIi ocean fnon would toll between and oh! 1 loved jiiv native lamt' "Good-o.vo. Rood-bye, dear Knslnnd. 1 vcas saying despeiately. ' iilid many waters cannot iiuciich love!" Then nct occurred ti euilous th'ng. and one , which Ravo tnc coinage ouco nsain Kor cts I leaned ncalnl Hie ste erase nil Willi sad alui lent -dimmed eves a ...

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. — 19 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, 8ATUBf)AY BflFTEIttBEB 19. iOlj. - i M 1 '- . -,U ! - .1 I f - W-M- IS' iCHURCHESAND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS MISSIONARIES 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 arc belrnr mado by missionaries of all the Protestant denom Nations In this country for an Invasion I, Mexico, probably early this winter. Instead of each denomination working lone In some certain territory, all of those which had been represented In the field previous to last spring, when the missionaries had to leave the country owing to the Mexican revolution, with (he exception of the Episcopal Church end the Baptist Church (South), are to work In unison. The entire program, aa outlined, the eutcome of a conference of the mission board officials In Cincinnati, O.. early this summer, Is to be one of a con tlructive character. Instead of carrying rl...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

J J. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1914. BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW BIG FEATURE NEXT WEEK-WEATHER HINDERS FOOTBALL PIRST SCRIMMAGE PRACTICE IS HELD BY PEM'S ELEVEN Athletes Put Through Real ' Signal Trials This Morn ing No Work for the j Players This Afternoon. The flrfet nnd bei-oml varsity elevens of the L'nlvcrslty nf Pennsylvania held their first "icrlmnmge practice this 11101 1 Ing at Finnklln Field. The two squads went at the uork with n vim ami Head Ccach Hrnnke wax well pleased. About In o'clock twenty-live men re rorteil to Hiookes ami donned their foot ball toK" Thej got out on the gridiron anil stinted running itown kicks. After a shoit drill the two elevens were formed 1 end a run through slgtmls was ordered. I'oach Brooke then took the men to the cnnter of the Held where he lined them up for a mock srtlmiunge to Intcriept foiward pnse. rtmoke noticed that the men wanted to get at the real work ami permitted them, tie cave the pigskin to the llrst "vorsltv e...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

fW IER-P KTS3Sa 'WF' EVENING LEDGK-PHlLAtoEfcPHiA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEE 19, 1914, i I I I t i lil in. ill I I i i i i i.i . , i i i I I I ii I ' 15 1NANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION HOME AND ABROAD Effi-BHD BRINGS BETTER FEELING IN FINANCIAL MARKET i SEES BETTER OUTLOOK FOR IRON AND STEEL TRADE Expert Says Prices Have Already Gone to Their Lowest Level. is my firm conviction that It will a loinr lime before we nenln see n iv prices for Iron nnc! steel nroducts ns I we nave seen since the first of the prcis i ent year." Investment Tl11 '" statement mndo In an Inter view by Frank Dandies, vice nresldent ' H-tVMI A renin Snlirir am1 Re"Bl le assent of the Ametlcin ' OUSeS Will Again OOllClt strCi and Wlie Company. v nwiim Bceni ii3 nays, Fume peuji; i veW York FEDERAL BUREAU ANNOUNCES RATES PHILADELPHIA MARKETS CHAIN AND FLOUR " vA'vrjpw "M" ri.OUit. Receipts, MOO bbls 1.S22.400 ths.' . - -, ... I In ineks The market unlet, tint linn In s"nt fl 117 A T FIAT TfilTJO lh "''i1' "heat out v...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

MHHBM m"n. lywtfwwiiiiiii ijumwwpww '. w "j" wpj I m ft WtfllflMIW.MH.WIWIIIIM " - SPORTS It A I II II EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I KO. 0 THILADEIiPIIIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. J PRICE ONE CEjfT DETECTIVE'S PISTOL ENDS ROMANCE OF BURGLAR-INVENTOR HITCH DELAYS PLAN TO TRANSFER SEGAL TO INSANE ASYLUM Master of the 'Jimmy,' Brace I Financier Remains in His and .Bit Woos Girl on Earnings From His Burglaries. It fW.MHW Room at St. Joseph's Hos pital Unaware of Purpose to Send Him to Norristown. JOHN S. EDWARDS Burglar, inventor and pleasing gen tleman, when not forcing safes, faces a, long term in the Eastern Peni tentiary. In the rough and ready language u'ed by the police, police court attorney, mls ilon workers and those who -issoclate with the men and nomen who arc rather imdcdiable citizens, John S. Edwards, who was held without ball hv Magistrate Tracy at the Eleventh and Winter streets police station today, has had another fall. 'The underworld considers a fall aa som...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

5f3S SPORTS FINAL EVENING BfjOTP ? u LEDGER i niKiirii null. wnri 1 1 mrirniilin i irm "i "in SPORTS rinifiii VOL. I-NO. 0 PHJDDABELPniA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT " GERMANS' FIERCE DASH PIERCES ALLIES' LINE; 2500 PRISONERS TAKEN pierce Onslaught by Teutons in Mam moth Array Opens Seventh Day of Combat Determined Assault Made to Force Back Advancing British. French Deny Repulse Along Lorraine Border Terrific Bombardment of Rheims Continues, Says Unofficial Dispatch; Denied in Bordeaux. PARIS, Sept. 10. German forces today broke through the 120-mllo battle line, along which 8,000,000 are In death grapple, according to news received here. They captured Beaumont with 2500 French prisoners. It Is unofficially reported that Rhelma Is undergoing terrific bombardment, with tho city burning In various sec tions. The Thirteenth, Fourth and parts of several other German corps have conducted a successful operation south of Noyon, It Is stated. Contrary to tho reported revers...

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

-ry.'y-PRRhr' "t,wif 2 1m I EVEKISTG LEDaEBHILAPELPHIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914 ' ' " '.'..'. ... . . i i - .I i i ' - ...... i - AWFUL TOLL OF SEVEN DAYS' CARNAGE IN GIGANTIC BATTLE ALONG AISNE RIVE 2500 FRENCH CAPTURED IN SEIZURE OF BEAUMONT Continued from Nancy and fifteen miles within tho French frontier. Attacks along the entire battle lino havo been cnslly repulsed. Number of guns and prisoners cap tured cannot bo obtained yet. An Invasion by Alpine rlllcmen over tho Vosf.es Into tho Brclsach valley has been repulsed. Early today this offldul stati ninnl was Issued by tho War Odlco. Tho German armies In Franco are steadily Browing stronger. Tho 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 tho lines of communica tion. Tho efllcacy of tho new arrange ments has been demonstrated at tho ccntro of tho German front, vhero n steady advance Is being made Th...

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