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

yjJJJJtHJKimy EVENING kEtfGER-PHIT.ABELHIA', BATtTftflAJ-, SEPTEMBEB 10, 101& .. 3 ar Spirit of allies bodes ill for American efforts to end great struggle flSGHALIME 1ST - mm v YTTXT ft PTHINSTAIAIM ENEMIES' POSITION r.orman no"w, ' ? g Out to Draw Fire and SioW Opponents Strength, Wi fimnll Chance ot 1UVC -" II iscape. nOTTEItDAM. Sept. 19. ,rnlne Ihc German Uhlatu. of '" ... .... hnn hoard In the I"Jn war. LuW Bawlnl. widely jwn Itnllnn war -,... 'i-ihe Corrlere ' " "'" . - .ti iin nn null Ihe Vis we nenreu " - - Is m lessened Its speed wo saw a small yT. .. ,.vlry warding tho railroad Salne-a Pa'r"1 of UhIans Thelr d" (eiBor was cnim x.... --- M .neroy'8 country, meir carcircc . lt5. gave the Impression that they were I twrtly In a maneuver camp. I V. m. of cavalry which tho Ger- inui nd out ahead of their advance aro ?M found everywhere on any highway, path. " Is their business to aco as .. .. mn.,lhte. Thoy show themselves ,h.re and they rldo until thoy nro SSqo k.Plni thl...

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. — 19 September 1914

&3mBEmZ3& Q EVENING liEDCMQR-PHiLADELHlA', SATtTRDAV, SEPTEMBER 19, 19:U c U H i SENATORS FIGHT ALL NIGHT OVER "PORK BAR'L" BILL Burton Leads Filibuster and Continuous Session Is Held. President Said to Favor Cut. WASHINGTON", Sept. 19.-In a desper ftlo effort to hrenk down the opponents of the rlveis and harbors bill earn Ins nn appropriation of Jo3,000,000, the Senato Democrats forced an all-night session. Champions of the bill, led by Senators Hhcppnrd, of Texas; Bryan, of Florida; ltoblnson, of Arkansas, and Simmons, of North Carolina, nre endeavoring to pre vent the compromise on a 120,000.000 lump uppioprlatlon, uhlcli Is under discussion In tlio Commerces Committee. A report that the. President has Indi cated it desire for a bill not to exceed J12.000.000 to 15,OUO,Ou0 was a bomb shell anions friends of the mensuro In tho Senate today. Worn out by their long vigil they expressed disbelief that tho President would li.ivo taken such a de ckled stand without consulting S...

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. — 19 September 1914

f. I ' is w I I E VBOTN'GBED'eEE BBECBADBIiPHIAV SWY, SEPTEMBER lO'.-'i'Ol? 5 fcrrtrr f clhe Pi airs the oJhwQ cz& -ShakespGar'G THEATRICAL PLANS DNAFFECTED'BYTHE EUROPEAN WAR Audiences, Hopefully In creasing, Indicate Passing of Depression Forecast of Coming Amusements. Laughter and tears, Joy and grlcf-of lho are tho vital liouis of life. Work nilay lmmnn cxlatenco too often runs along with humdrum monotony, with no relief of Keen laughter or weeping; for truly supremo Joys and tragedies aro rare In tho span of tho Individual life. Therefore, It la well tho huindum, tho regular lythm, should ho broken. If vica riously, hy parta-MiiB In tho mimic play of the eternal comedy In all tta phases on tho stago. Drama and romance ato perpetual In their uppcal to tho heart of man und woman, for they aro verily tho lcaven lns elements of our ofton drab and dreary days. Head novels, go to seo plays you will Hvo all tho moro koenly, work tho more cfflclenUy, think tho moro clear ly. Get aw...

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

fi ' KVDNINOt LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, flEPttflMftljm W 1014. SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE & .t i m m lit COURSE OF THE EUROPEAN WAR The Most Important Battle So Far and What it Moans lo the Gen eral Situation. During six days n titanic struggle, upon Vvhlch (tic final outcome of the wnr may rest, hns uteti in proRless along n 1M jnlto battle line in notthcrn l'rnhee. To comprehend (he sltunt.i'h ns ft whole It Is necessary to eliminate single engage tncnts, the ebb hhd How of victories Mid defeats, and recti d ttio battle of the Alsno as a whole. This bittlo Is, Indeed, the must tinfior tnnt thus fnr fourht In the vvnr. I'pon the outcome hall tet the falo of flernmn nnm In l-'ranro. In one short week the wunu mia srrn imp iniKiuiest iiimy nver Enthered virtually routed ililven rrom the Vcly eaten of Tails unil forced to take the derons ve at a time when victory Fcemed i nrt iln. for more than si v eks. not niintliiB fie tinpninry...

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

r f : 'e' EVENING- IiBaTil-RPHILADt3LPirrA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. "ft 5 f PRESBYTERIANS PLAN FOR. HOME MISSION CAMPAIGN Churches Will Seek lo Brtlse Imrgo Fund for Extension Work. Elftnorle ptar ra being 'do by the rrf,by,tr b " wb4 thl autumn to help "f "!'. budl oV140,000 for homo mis- ,Mfli"nntl church extension of tho de- Blon? ,Hnn The pastors of nil churches nomination. e P t (he caugo to. wnXSSfioM " Sun"3ay' Oo.1? r,SWgtl..l has bcn set as.do ?'T,bS!!Cl. bSn asked to con fiCfl.L i mow of the budget for homo Ulbuate ,0;0,1.,Jio this year. Of this ""tnr. c7per ccnhls to bo toward mis nmount CO per sbytcry. 10 per cent. slon w.lK,n wo?k n tile synod and 30 for ",! for national home missions. PSC,V nre also to bo mndo to collect iiSttO to 8 used In paying oft mort tlOO.uw to " . , , s nn() churches dcslr- sM.ZSne? in "he Philadelphia Prea lng assistance, in i rim'rmn.day'schoolls having a total Sng-'CUy Mission Sunday'' a spe- Following V. b0 ,10lli Calvury Cal meet lng H...

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

ijiiMiitfit' rwpsm -ZZiiiiZtZZZs. ,. y FYf ' EVENING M BRUMBAUGH PLEADS FOR STATE'S HONOR ON HISTORIC SOIL . - Pays Glowing and Eloquent Tribute to Pennsylvania in Address at Paoli Memorial Celebration. Dr Martin a. Brumbaugh. Ilcpubllcnn nominee for Governor, pleaded for fewer laws nnd for a strong citizenry at tlio 187th anniversary exercises of the I'noli massacre, held on the battlefield at Mal vern Station this afternoon. Tho exer cises wete lu-Iil untlrr the auspices of the Taoll Memorial Association In front of the monument erected many years ago over the burial place of the Victims of the midnight nesault on the troops or Gener.il Anthony Wayne during the How lutlonnry War. "One of the greatest sifts a human being can iccHvp Is the sift nf "Itizpiisli i in this great American Ivepubllc," said Doctor l.iutiih muh. ' In nil place, In am time or clime, has the world witnessed the Mipreme spirit of democracy as It Is to bo seen here In the United States In this beloved I'ommonwr...

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

WOEfllKG ElDaBIl-PHtLADBIPHIAV gATTTBgAy S3gPT EMBER XLISM 0 .IdTOMIITS PULPIT a 'errmiPAnmnt AJNJJ wirii run umu AND ELOPES WITH HER The Rev. N. C. Lassiter, Once of Philadelphia, Runs Away With Member of Former Congregation WILMINGTON, Del.. Sept. 1.-Acr !,lnff his church and Blvlnjj up Ills wlfo fnr love of Miss Vera Collins, Iha rlgh-Sen-?"r.old daughter of Mr, unci Mr.. rharlcs 11? Collins, the Itev. Norneet C. Lassiter and tho Blrl have eloped nnd nro "Announcement of tho marriage, which nok dIuco In Ualtlmoio last Sunday nt mMnmlit has been made by the brlde'u M,enS! Also It was said that the b.lde oml brldeg.oom nro on their way to tho home of his parents, near I nlelgh, N. C, Lassiter, who Is 42 years old, enmo horo wlih Ills rornier who iuui n-i. uu nastor of the Delaware Haptlst Ohurch. Previously ho was pastor of tho Chester Avenuo Haptlst Church, Philadelphia. The Collinses wore prominent In tho church, and Miss Vera, then a child, cemed to fascinate the pastor. Ho help...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

iifiilwiMtwwwiiiwgpiiiiiWPiiiiiii i , n'ufi 1 iij-i t V I? Hk 10 t EVENING sMj&J LEDGER I'UIILIG LEDCKK COMPANY rvnus M K ct'tiTis I'suident. 0o. W txhs. Becrelarv, .tohrt f Marlln. Treamirtri Charles 11 l.tntlngton, l'lilllp H. follliw, John U. Wll llama. Dltpclnfa . KUITOUIAL liOAUI): Critts It K I'wiTH, l Imlrmin T. tit WHAt.l'.Y KwiitUe lMUof JOHN f. .MAUTIN ilcupr.il nuslnees MannRer Pnbllhel dally nt Ptnni I.hikii IliilltllnB, ltnlp!rii1eiKo S.ni.irf fhllii'lMiititii I.roasn CrNTint. Hron.1 an.l Chestnut I? reel Atlantic City Prrn-f iirni ltulldlnir ClllCAoo 81T Horn Injmnii.e lluMIng J.onixjn 3 Wnterloo Plncc. l'nll Mnll. H VV NRWSltfltUArtf: Kn York IlctiEiU Tlic T w' """"'i; Faui Bi'KEtu 32 Ku l.oul la Urnml M'llSrMtTIOMl.HMS Br carrier. Dtn.t Oslt. rixcent tty mull. ptpM teatdae of Philadelphia. -mt where ("llf,J''"; ti required. Daiit xi.y. one month. ,en,l1,ie,,n',": itL Onit ono car, three dollars. All mail subscript tlont payable In advance. Ueu, oooo wMAtrr kdmum....

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

B'S i-FTyc yuw i 5? 31 I1 ' EVBNILESBGBB Pfi Ha A DELPHI A, SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 19, 1914, , j ' ; - .,-,.:, .1 t. .ii H i "I f.i , filial' 1 . i.hlii ii . ,1, Ml . , lull I ' ' tin. .. i l 11 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS . . .. rt3 WtT.T.TAM BANDERS 1 M nroTT. of Media, Pft., announce tha en- iiim.nl of their daughter, Miss Arabella i" 1 Mrs Allen Hunter, of Chestnut Hill. 1? Ho dftl'e has been set for tho wedding. W-' ::...-, inn, have been Bent dut by the Itaco mmmltteo of tho Whltemarsh Hunt Club for . ,!l,,m to bo given at tho clubhouses Satur- lov October 3, before tho races. Tho guests hi include owners ui ii ........... ... ..u .. .......m-,1... Itirtirea and other officials races anu Bm" - .-- of the race meeting. Several four-in-narm iiw '" inn to the races, inciuuing m " m ju. Bffllth Frederic Strawbrldgo, Captain E. B. CMMtt and It Netoon Buckley. Among those who havo already rcsorvod park Ins spa"8 nr0 Edward D Tolnntt' c- Bradford Fralley. Edwin N. Benson, J...

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

wnj . uAimm .'iiimvmmmm 12 P'IWPUH.1 i- "W EVENING LEBaEB PHILADELPHIA, SATTXftPAY, SEPTEMBER T9, TOT& WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRO i."- ELLEN ADAIR GETS SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIP GAINS SPEED J3it of Seaweed a Token of Happiness to Come. Ocean Liner Makes Stop at Queenstown, Pniitliumptoii unter on a summer moftt Jmr and the Utile wavelets sparkling In tho sun! Tii" wn. gulls circled found and round with -ti-anp unit curious c-Hes, and oli' the firsbttetM nhd lite utter clean Ufi3 of their stiowv wings'! .Mono T stood tipon tlif itprniRi' deck, nnil watched the Bhores of Rnglnntl slow icede Tlu ocean Bnon would roll beUvceli-ntid oil! I loved sin native- land! "iSood-b.vo, good-bye, ilcnr lingland," r win saving desperately, ".mil tnnny waters talipot qtichoh love!" rhi'n next occulted u curious thlnn, nnd one which save tin' eoituw nco again. Jfor us r leaned nstolnst the stecttiqe rnll with sad j ml ten -dimmed c en a soli taiy cu mill ramc t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

WwBmMMM t WigWS'V i r II I Ml. jL, 1&W&-ST$Q LDd-BBPHI'XiADBIiJPHlA, gATTTBPAY SPT-BMBgB 19, jjjlf is CHURCHES 'AND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS MISSIONARIES WILL FLOOD MEXICO WITH BIBLES SB BOOKS United Church Workers to Establish Schools and Col leges Workers Anxious to Return to Their Fields. Elaborate plans nre bclnt mad by missionaries of nil tho Protestant denom inations In this country for an Invasion of Jlexlco, probably early this winter. Instead of each denomination working nlono In soma certain territory, all of thore which had been represented In -.the field previous to last spring, when the missionaries had to leave tho country owing to the Mexican revolution, with the exception of the Episcopal Church and tho Baptist Church (South), are to work In unison. The entire program, as outlined, the cutcomo of a conference of tho mission board officials In Cincinnati, O., early this summer, Is to bo one of a con structive character. Instead o...

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. — 19 September 1914

ry. iiwjiai I ii .j!WPIBjiji.iii'r EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, '1014.'. QriHHB9iLBBLHBiHHLSHrSLH y ' ' -- ZZ-Tri nz-wz-M-irrt A T T fj BKYJN MAWK HORSE SHOW BIG FEATURE NEXT WEEK WEATHER HllNLmftP f uui-paijL, . , . , i , . F. BIPPUS WINS SPECIAL SHOOTING EVENT OF HOGANS shatters 95 Clay Birds Out of a Possible 1 00 at Clos ing Day's Shoot at Atlantic City. il' ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Sept. 19.-WH- Slam P. BIppus, of Dayton, Ohio, today annexed laurels In the Westy Hognn special) a specially arranged race (or matcurs averaging SS per cent, on the closing program at the eighth annual classic of the Westy Hogans. lllppu'a shot In the best form of his experience In winning honors, breaking 03 out of his GOO blue-rock total. The Ohloan dropped one bird In each of the live events of Swenty targets each. I. J. Jarrell, of Vllmlngton, Del., followed next In lino. lie "grasfeed" 03 In his aggregate of Iclays. E. O. Ford, of Philadelphia, and m. 13. Cook, of Atlantic C...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

EVEtflNcT LBPOBB-PHtt.AItBII.gHU. fiATtTBPAY. HTOPTEMBBB 1 19, 1914. '' 15 jffl5S15"C0MMERClAL SITUATION HOME AND ABROAD -ffmm brings BETTER FEELING IN milium IT MUDITPT j flHAHWiUJ ilinunm MeW York Investment Houses Will Again Solicit New Business and Phila delphia Will Follow Suit. ' with tht end of the week tmn ft tnoro J! at Sl-pcsltlon in financial circle, to ?tZl the situation as exceedingly favor- 5. fcwnU of the last few days liavo J '' ' to clear away the clouded Sphere, and condlftop. B.ve moro 2,0 n early return to norma Cat any time since the great ruroDenn struggle began. ilndon has been particularly active Xumng confidence, and the better ,n ft' metroDol s are stll" talUlnff of an '" J'reopenTng of the Stock Exchange ?rly. "0pnrued has been the general bo marked has Is ,here' !X,.nl The exchanges In Bydney MXiSe wMl reopen for. business on it in n pnniii' hull hiiu Monday, ana "--. foow 'folS o "hi for. Sn exchange mar v?h helped materially In tho general keM'fJ;.nt It...

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

sports I T7iT?MTNTfi FINAL IJiV JtLliNlINlJ ws-. ,- ,. v. pjHwKigwujpau,, ,jA ,lilLWU4JHlHPJpimiUi.W.I(lUJJI.I I "V"IM 'H"ir.ji1pWj L1 TTi T f XT' "D B SPORTS FINAL VOL. I-NO. G PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT DETECTIVE'S PISTOL ENDS ROMANCE OF BURGLAR-INVENTOR Master of the 'Jimmy Brace and Bit Woos Girl on Earnings From His Burglaries. HITCH DELAYS PLAN TO TRANSFER SEGAL TO INSANE ASYLUM ,""" Financier Remains in His Room at St. Joseph's Hos pital Unaware of Purpose to Send Him to Norristown. ' mW 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 ucd by the police, police court attorneys, mis sion workers and those who associate with the men and women who are rather undesirable citizens, John S. Udwards, who was held without ball by Magistrate Tracy at the Eleventh and Winter streets police station today, has had another fall. The underworld c...

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

" 'DflWwifli ' ' y ' ' fsH HJI POSTSCRIPT EDITION EJVENING r II Well fori' and1 uriah, n at i rrajr. J ere, 4 t Hi ; rldda " OW j owUh eardi, tht inflict in tha 'II of fllth which letter U the Th altlnj Tear, " not ret to 3 a p. thut rshlp, 'inarjr -s to-Prov- sent over butcd Jew cord- ie be- oldest reat syn- eery . At arer, year cnsu- VOL. I-NOG LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT PEACE PLAN BALKED BY MOOD OF ALLIES, WASHINGTON FINDS King George's Address to Parliament Regarded as Meaning War to Finish. President Will Cease Overtures for Present. Teir Uo 's. In rum id to day r tie . holy enth h, ci f the enth th a I the TM tbli new noiy ctn- ier- this the y In thci dm RK AL' ear, jht the o( be that will The .ra. ;ly will and ring will on be ub- Jar Dr. 'om me rial 501 ifh r rs- Dr. r A rti ii- fl ill in- WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. Feeling here today In official circles Is far from hope ful for mi cnrly mediation among tlto nations of war-...

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. — 19 September 1914

ewsKsssro a S,f ""- 1 JL EVENING LEDaERtHILADELPHlA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914- AWFUL TOLL OF SEVEN "DAYS' CARNAGE IN GIGANTIC BATTLE ALONG AISNE RIVER' M f i M Number of guns and prisoners cap tured cannot bo obtained yet. An Invasion by Alpine riflemen over the Vosges Into the Brclsach valley lias been repulsed. Early today this ofllclal statement was Issued by tho War Ofllce: The German armies In Trance are steadily growing stronger. Tho nd vanco on Paris was too rapid to admit of ammunition and pro visions In sulllclcut quantities be ing sent to the troops. This has now been remedied by nn adjust ment of tho lines of communica tion. Tho efficacy of the new arrange ments has been demonstrated nt tho centre nf tho Clerman front, where a steady advance Is being made. Tho French arc showing signs of weakness. Apparently they havo been unable to fill tholr depleted ranks, whereas our forces ale being steadily augmented by fresh troops In tho battlo between tho Olso uud Mouse River...

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. — 19 September 1914

Jpn'i - i-"?-1 'S1 tefl"f A'"" "'s 'innmyipiit'jii-i rofww'" EVENiyg LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 191 3 AR SPIRIT OFALLIES BODESILl FOR AMERICANEFFORTS TO END GREAT STRUGGLE IHLAH5 CHALLENGE DEATH IN STALKING ENEMIESJOSITION German Horsemen, Gallop ing Out to Draw hire and Show Opponents' Strength, Have Small Chance of Escape. JIOTTEKDAM, Sept. 19. . - tti German Uhlans, of ! i. i.n Urtfiti tienrrl In tho llZn war, I,uIrI Bnrtlnl.a widely inown Italian ... ... ..... rvirrlflro Delia Sera: U As wc ncarcil a smalt station find the il train lessened Its speed wo Baw a smaii Jfltnop of cavalry gnardlnB the lallroad ,iotsln-a patrol 01 un..,. ..:.. u..-- ncanor vas calm xnouun nicy were in ! ,v'fl country, their carefree attl- 'ttdc gaye tlio Impression that they wero 'merely hi a maneuver camp. ..ti, nw.irms of cavalry wmen tno ucr- Uns sem ollt nhefll1 of thelr aavnnco nrn to be found everywhere on uny niBiiway. !.. mill It Is their buslneuH to see as jpuch ds possible ...

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. — 19 September 1914

i&&im r ,N EVENING LEDGEU-l'HILADELPHIA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. SENATORS FIGHT ' ALL NIGHT OVER - "PORK BAR'L" BILL Burton Leads Filibuster and Continuous Session Is Held. Contest Becomes One of Physical Endurance. WASHINGTON-, frpt. 19.-In d finish fight on the liver and harbors "pork barrel" pppropilatlon bill, Democrata lieltl (ho Senate in sesMim all night Inst night In a rtln iffort to brents the Re publican llllbusler of opposition, Homlor Hut ton spoke from midnight until Oils inornintr, when "enator Km on took up tho bimlcn of tho filibuster. When Uny dawned on the Capitol iloine n unusual scene via" prcentcd In tho chamber. A half do?eti blearv-ejed, wcuty Senators wire tile princlp.il nctoM mid tho lloor was lltteieil with papris and dcbiia of ovety Hort. Whenever It was tosslbie dining the long nml exhniistlng session tho lHlbii ters demanded u quorum call nml the spcakets enjoyed brief rents Several times calls tor u quorum fall, d to ill elop a siillk'len...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

ft EVEsriyq ledger-philadelphia, sattjbday September iff, idu. SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE EV 1 , COURSE OF THE EUROPEAN WAR The Mosl Important Battle So Vav and Wliiil it Menus to the Gen oral Situation. During sit days n titanic struggle, upon vh cli the tltul outcome of thu war tuny rest, lias been In pi ogress uloiig a tM ml!i battle line in noriherrt France. To co, iptehrnd the pit m t i'ii ns it whole It Js n-cssarj to eiliv'iinto slnfilo engage lticntf tiio ebb ami flew or victories nml tit ft at s, nlld ifK.tr.l tho bnlllo oC this Alsnc ns n whole. THIji Initio K indent, the Most lit'ttnr ta H hm fur foiul't in the ttnr. Upon t'io outcome s ml' rcJt the fnlo pf Cloimnli iiih tn France. In one fthnrt w-t?el tho w rid 1 ns soon the mightiest nrm rver t itiiixi.it virtualH routed, driven from the vn Riles nf l'n-ls and fotceil tn tnl,e tli il-teiisiic n( n time when victory Pti imd certrilii. For i, ot-e thrtn lx Weekl, not v nitlnc t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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