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

I tribuata JIO.CW PRESBYTERIANS PLAN FOR HOME MI5SIUN uHmriu Churches Will Seek to Balso Largo -i-imrnte nlftnfl ore. being made by tho El w.er ana of ttitt city for tho cam i T- in bo wagc.l this autumn to Help ? SP buds"? ot $H0.tWO for homo ml c,btflinnd chnrch extension of tho. da """inATon The pastors of all churches fmJ hSn requested to present tho criiso r?hSonrcalloiw on Sunday. Octo J f r,hc day tlmt has been set aside !rcili JlSSlon Sunday." US ' Lily ."" . ...,. i.enM aat.-r.i1 to rnn- Ji0cal cliurcne. ..- -;- - 1 EVENING LBDG-BB PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1014. 7 BAPTIST CONVENTION of the budget for homo JET vtork during tW- year. Of this '..., oi nor cent, is to h" ujwhiu iw e,mt"nrk n tho presbytery. 10 per cent. Blon 'ilnwMlc In tho synod and 30 tor Ent for national homo missions. Ciwi". to bo mad to collect ,nK M'""-e 75 churches. 42,854 mem. Ktcrl'1Cfirnnday schools having a total a ape- . . 4 ' membership ,&:. Sundayl ,,0lrilnBl9 to be held In Calvar...

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

8 BRITISH PRIZE COURT DISPOSES OF SHIPS SEIZED DURING WAR Admiralty Revives Institu tion Last Held in 1854. Fate of Captured Vessels Rests in Its Hands. EVENING LEDOER-PHlLADEliPSIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER g 1013, . ... .ii i J "' ' ' " - - 1 1 . LONDON. Sept. J!.-Tlie cntitllto by British cruisers of German mot chant ves sels nil ovor tlie wot 111 slneo the begin ning ot the Ruropcait wnr 1ms caused tlio Admiralty to tevlvn that undent Instltu- Hon, the pnzc couit. The captured ves- j seis, now neia uy 1110 Government, must be disposed of and the proceeds, ac cording to precedent, will bo prointedi among tho men who made the capture, i Not for Co years has a prise court sat j In Htislnml. Tlio Inst was In 1S3I, In the I Crimean war, when tho fate of the Leu- J code ij decided. In tile oars of the jitesnt genet ntlou, hnlf forgetful of tin possibility that this country inlsht oner imnln be swept into a huge Intcrnatluti il struggl", the repressions "prize court ' und "pii2e ot wni" hav...

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

EE3 , ,. T- IJHJWi 'jHr r T "J- w PASTOR QUITS PULPIT AND WIFE FOR GIRL AP ELOPES WITH HER The Rev. , N. C Lassiter, Once of Philadelphia, Runs Away With Member of Former Congregation. rviUtiNOTON, Del., Sept. 19.-After i.inir Ills cliurcli ntid Blvlne Up his wlfo f?r tove of Ml" VeIft Colllna' the clKh n cnr-l1 daughter of Mr. and Airs, rhirlco H. Collins, tho Hcv. Norflcrt C. LaeslUT nnd tho Blrt have eloped and nro Announcement of tho marriage, which ool plaeu in Unltlmore last Sunday at midnight lias hcon made by tho bride's Djrenlfl '''" ,l "nB 8U1U '"' uuuo on.t bridegroom nre- on their way to tho home of lils riircnlfl. near Kalelgh. N. C. lassiter, who Is W years old, came hero I -iUl ins former wlfo four years ago aa raslor of the Dcluwaie Baptist Church. I ircouslj ho as pastor of the Chester t Alcnue Unpllst Church, Philadelphia. I The Collinses wtie prominent In tho f (hurcli, and Miss Vera, then a child, t teemed to fascinate the pastor. Ho help- H ed her with her lesso...

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

H.-,.,.,,.,.A,JB! 10 EVENING LEDaEIt PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, SElJa1EMBEjB 19, 1014, i EVENING tMi LEDGER PUDLtC LEDGEU COMPANY CYIUtS II. K. CURTIS, PnCflDEMT. Geo. W. Ochs. secretary! .Tohn ('. Martin, Treasurer J Churl's II. I.udliurtoii, rnlllp S. folllno, Jolm It. WH- ,mnp, wucctnrg. nt)lTOniAL ItOAltl): Ctnos II. IC. t'ttiTis, Chairman. p, It. WHAt.MV ...;.. .executive IMItnr JOHN' G. MAUTtN General Ituslnow Manager Published daily nt F'uftt.tc t.rjiiRn ItullillnR. Independence Square, Philadelphia. Lcrxint Cestihi. Broad fiut C heaumt S treeta Atmniic rin rre-Lilian Hullalng New YoSk ............. . . . 1TO-A. Metropolitan Tower Ciiioaoo?. 817 Home Irfsnrnnce IJulldlng London 8 Waterloo Place, rail Mall, S. . NEVS M'tltiAVS : gew York BcnE.lU Th T imta Bu'Mlns SM.IN lltlltM tf .;.., rftS'L'' V Lo.inc Ucnmo -' V"ll Mall Knat. S. Vv. Ksis llt-niAU 32 Hue I.oula lo Urand StmSCnlPTIONTKRMS By carrier. rhtt.T O.stT. six cent?. Hy mall, Plpal fcutslde of Philadelphia. k'-ept where to...

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 19lt- SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS A TOR AND MIIS. W1U.IAM SANDEIJS cr-nTT. of Media, Pa., announce tho en- of tliolr daughter, MIbs M I, PSemu".. , Aiinn Hunter. Jr., (son of Mr. V UTL. Allen Hunter, of Chestnut Hill. Rn" ,., imfl been sot for the wedding. Citations have been sent out by the Ifcico ' -"iutee of the Whltomorsh Hunt Club for i mneheon to bo given at ino ciuunuu.ni iur- av October J, " " - -- " m Include owners of horses entered In tho 1. and stewards, Judges and other officials races " ., tho race meeting. several four-ln-hand coaches will be driven th0 races, Including those of Edwnrd B. ftffllth Frederic Strawbrldge. Captain E. B. rassatt and It. Nelson Buckley. Among thoso who have nlrendy reserved park In spaces are Edwaid D. Toland, C. Bradford Fralloy, Kdwln N. Behson, Jr., Stevenson Crothert. James O. Lclper, Jr., Miss Emly Barclay, J- Stanley Roove, Jesse "Williamson, M Captain E. B. Cassatt, Air...

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

12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER td, 1013. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW--THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR GETS . SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIP GAINS SPEED Bit of Seaweed a Token of Happiness lo Conic. I Ocean Liner Makes Stop at Qucenstown. VI Romli. million water on n summer iimffl Jny 11 ml the little wavelets Fpaihllng In til" nun' The jifft gulls clltlcd rotthtlAtlit rou ii J with ."tinner and curious cries, ami tli' tin fipuhins nnt the utter t'tofin iir nf timir snowy wIiiks! Alone 1 utood tiliMi tlu 'litiiiKC ilnK, mnl watched the nlmiiK nt llimluiid slow iteulo. Tht accitn l-ii)ll Would Mill hptWPfll nmt nil' t luvcil 3n native limit! "ilood'bvt. miod-Me, Ii tit ! lclniiil," I w.t ulmt il' Kimiiti'ly, ' mill itiiniv Willi I's i.llliuit till' Hell love'" I'll' n in t pch'Iiii.'iI ii tut lulls thing, mill mo wlni.h gnvo nip lutlinue oiiip .imhIii Fir as 1 Waned iiit.illct tin Ktronic mil with nul iiihI teiii-dlmiind iyi" ii mil tjj i ii null came ...

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

T t EVENING LEDGEB-PHIkAPELPHIA, SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1914;. 13 CHURCHES7MD THEIR VORICERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS MISSIONARIES WILL FLOOD MEXICO WITH BIBLES AND BOOKS United Church Workers to Establish Schools and Col jeges Workers Anxious to Return to Their Fields. Elaborate plans nre belnsr made by mlmlonarles of nil tl.e Protestant denom Inivtlons In this country for an Invasion of Mexico, probably early this winter. Instead of each denomination working alone In somo certain territory, all of those which hurt been represented In the ileld previous to last tiprlnrr. when tho missionaries had to leave tho country owing to tho Mexican revolution, with the exception of tho Episcopal Church and the Baptist Church (South), nro to work In unison. The entire program, as outlined, tho outcomo of a conferenco of tho mission boaid officials In Cincinnati. O., early this sumnirr, Is to bo one of a con structive character. Inatond of carrying lilies and cartridges tho n...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

Hjfi'iHWiwii 3ft--".f W EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, IdU U EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER jtO. 1914:. TWO GAMES BETWEEN PHILLIES AND ST. LOUIS TODAATHllTICS AT DETROIT r PHILLIES BOOKED FOR TWO GAMES . WITH CARDINALS L mm Opening Engagement Will Begin Today at 1 :30 o'Clock Locals Have Captured Six Games in Succession. C. Sebastian Dooln, leader ot tho run lie, will entertain his Missouri rival, Miller Hugglns, of St. Louie, this nftcr noon nt the IJltlla(1c1tliln. ball park. A douhloheniler is plaimcil. tho first be ginning ut 1:20 o'clock. This double exhibition In the drat of the St. Iritis series, which Is tho lust to bo played be tween those clubs this season. Having won tlx straight Raines, the I'hllB nro becoming moro cotnldcnt each day that they may land In the hist dHIslon. Somo real cause, too, has been shown for tho belief that It Is within the ranso of possibility for tho Dnlsles to move up by the consistent losing if the St. LouI...

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

?JW? sssmmm 1 y EVENING LEDdEK-PHILABELPHIA, tfATUBDAY, HlflPTMMliE.lt ID, 1014. 15 1NANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS I 1 WEEK-END BRINGS BETTER FEELING IH FINANCIAL MARKET New York Investment Houses Will Again Solicit New Business and Phila delphia Will Follow Suit. Willi the end of tlio week comes a more rtneral disposition !n financial circles to regard the situation as exceedingly favor able. Events of tlio last few days have dono much to clear away tlio clouded atmospheie, and conditions fflve more promise of an cany return 10 umnui than at any time slnco tlio great European strugslo began. London ha" particularly active In Installing confidence, and the better feeling there- Innuonced largely by report ed continued victories for tlio British and French armies, has been reflected strongly In the markots In this country. Brokoii Jn tho metropolis are still talking of an early reopening of tho Stock Exchange there, so marked has been tho general ...

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

fc POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-jS'O. G PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT DETECTIVE'S PISTOL ENDS ROMANCE OF BURGLAR-INVENTOR Master of the 'Jimmy Brace and Bit Wooes Girl on Earnings From His Burglaries. 28 NEW CASES OF TYPHOID FEVER IN WEEK; TWO DEATHS Number Smallest Reported to Health Department in Several Weeks Total of Deaths 4 1 6. JOHN S. EDWARDS Burglar, inventor and pleasing gen tleman, when not forcing safes, faces a long term in the Eastern Penitentiary. In tne rough and ready language ued by the police, police court attornes, mis- i sion workers and those who associate The number of typhoid fever cases ic parted this week Is tho smallest for sov cral weeks. Twenty-eight new cases were reported to the health department this week, seven less than last neck's num ber. Two deaths were due to typhoid ."Incc Sunday. There were 410 deaths In the entire titv this week, of which 75 were due to com municable diseases. Last w...

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

2EHE2H2M "'iwwjuwMgi.ggifv itRi 5(0 ita M. EVENING LEDGER VOL. 1 NO. C PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, l,i)14. PRICE ONE CENT ADOLPH SEGAL AWAITS TRANSFER TO ASYLUM FIRE UNDERWRITERS URGE NEED OF MORE HOSE TESTS HERE Say 40 Per Cent, of Equip ment Is Old and Should Be Replaced Raps Political Domination of Camden Department. Frequent bursting of hoso at fires In (his city Is due to look ot proper tests by the Fire Department, according to report Just made by the National Board of Flro Underwriters, which recently con ducted an Investigation of the hose supply here. Forty per cent, of the hose, the board points out, Is more than Ave years eld and should be replaced. Results of the Investigation Indicate that while the supply of hose In the de partment is generally sufficient to pro vide proper shifts. It will bo necessary for the department to purchase nt least 18.0W to 20,000 feet annually to rcplaco discarded sections, The board urges that aystematlc tests bo mado of the older...

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

l f. It . a ?.sr vt ore EVENING LEDGfiR-PHILADELEHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19i 1014- !. AWUL TOLL OF SEVEN DAYS' CARNAGE IN GIGANTIC RATTLE ALONG AISNE RIVERf cause, erf ,tho. lonfr line and the number of men engaged. Reporjs; that the Germans had run out of ammunition for their field suns are ertjed Jndljmantly. Instead, the lines of communication are perfect Trains are run directly to the contra! points of the battle lino from which places the distribution continues with the automobile transport service, which is complete. The French have several times at tempted to carry the German positions by storm, but they have met disaster from the German artillery and rapid flrers. The greatest German gain! have been along the centre. .17. ... BRITISH, IRON MEN, ROUT GERMAN NIGHT ASSAULTS M LONDON, Sept. ID The fighting continues In northern France with the situation practically unchanged, according to the War Of fice. That the battle eclipses anything ever before fought Is known The en tire...

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

ftJU-i. M 'ursfv SPSJW?" EVMlNt LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ifr, 1914. & AR SPIRIT UHLANS CHALLENGE DEATH IN STALKING ENEMIES' POSITION German Horsemen, Gallop ing Out to Draw r ire and Show Opponents' Strength, j-Jave Small Chance of Escape. ItOTTEHUAM, Sept. ID. . ,nmtr the Dei man Ulilnns, nt t . much hns been heard In the European war. Iulgl Bnrzlnl, n widely Xnon Unllnn war correspondent, pays ta ti,p Corrlcro Uella Sera: ' e, nc neaieil a small sinuuu nnu me train lessened Its speed we saw n small . '.- nf rnvalry KiiardlnK tho railroad ra natrol of Uhlans. Their de- wmnor vat calm TIioubIi they were in UlCanui ..., ,1,-1,. nnrofrno ntt . ; ..'. r-ivp the Impression that they were mrfli In 11 maneuver camp. "The swarms ui rai"j ...- i ni nlmnil nf their advance are Tale found everywhere on nny hljhwny, Inv path. It Is their business to see us '.. cUu, in Thev kIihw themselves ery here, and they ride until they are ftrfd upon, keeping this up until they have loc...

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

r- " z EVENING TEPGEIl PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SlBPTEatBEB 19, 101,4. K N 'h 14 ,1W 3 ia ENGLISH SOLDIERS pEY RECOVER "FROMfARWONDS Small Percentage of Fatali ties Due to Modern High Velocity Steel Jacketed Bullets Used by Germans. In!rtlnjr dtslU rsrdlri? th rturn of -or.dd HritUh officer And men from th hat'lef.Mti ar giv? n by Ur.frll.h phyfeUr in the isJt tiusnbit of lAd Ins Crigiiah medical Journal The human character of h modern high loiily atl Jrkt'i b'j! ua'd ir,d by th Ormara i ahown in tb ound of the BrltUh toldiefs the nuintVy if r Injuries blft of auch 'htrae'er . to rnrI r-fc the man fr-.porarilv hlpR M & soldier w.'hojt ;"ir"-,l crlppl'ng blm Tft jm mal'.t of th"5 wounds ar! pffMftl'jti )r !-!'. the bullet ped throaen th timyj av Inf. bhifi a. jarhps.rasveH . i " ini which will qmrklv b"l Mo'' of 'r wind if not of damrero-ja '. ard riulr r-iraieai rather han medi'-ai at ur.Uen perforations of the limba and vftunds of th had r th ri"t fr- jurnt. A large nvmbr of th ...

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

JH!E-S r J :in!r'C""i s j r"v. ralLV "" D EVENING- LEDGER-PHrLi,DBL!PHlA, SATU&PAY, SBPTBHBB 19; 191A c7&? Piaifs the 7A Ir, B . . -... rir- -. J 'ir --m 99 SkL -Shakes, oeare THEATRICAL PLANS UNAFFECTED BY THE EUROPEAN WAR Audiences, Hopefully In , creasing, Indicate Passing of Depression Forecast of ' Coming Amusements. Lauzhter and tears, Joy and Erlcf-of thtn are the vital hours of life. Work- ' iiiy humfln exlstnce too often luna alon with humdtum monotony, with no , ,elsf of keen laughter or weeping; for truly supreme Joys and tragedies are iaro In the span of the individual life. Therefore, It Is nel the humduni, tho tlguiar rythm, should bo broken, If vlca inmlv. by partaking In tlie mlmlo play Jf the eternal comedy In all He phases on the stago. . , ,. Drama and romanco are perpetual In their appeal to tho heart of man and woman, for they are verily tho leaven lmr elomonta of our often drab and dreary day. Koad novels, so to see plays miu will live all tho moro keen...

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

Mm&XFZR "twf a EVENING LEDGER-PHILADEEPHlA, SATTJftDAr, SEPTEMBER 19, 101. SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE CdUftsfr OF ftlE EUROPEAN WAR The Sldsl Important Batllc So Far and "What it Menus to the Gen eral Situation. DurinR six dnjs a titanic struggle, upon Wjilch tho final outcome of the war may rest' has been In progress nlong a 120 mlle battle line in northern France. To comprehend tho situation as a whole It Is necessary to eliminate single engage merits, the ebb and flow of Mctorles and defeats, and regard the battle of the Alsne as a whole. This battle Is, Indeed, tho most Impor tant thus far fought in the vvnr. t'pon the outcome shall rest the fate of Gorman arrrfrf In. .Ffahce. In one short week tho world has seen the mightiest army ever gathered virtually routed, driven from the Vsry gates of I'nrls and forced to take the defensive at a time when victory eeetaed certain. For more than sk weeks, not counting the temporary check at ...

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

EVENING LEBGI3K PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 19i. tf j $v m & Vf .' rs !..' in, 'd in si' u '': t 2 M " I. if P S ty it it 4 it in i H it, . In it r : - f If I rt "! i i ti tr i ", il. r id ;i re l It i is WtfYTERlANS PLAtf FOR 'home mission campaign lurches Will Seek to Raise large Fund for Extension Work. ., .nrflto plnns nre being made by tho jlaborftir pi Jt f the cftIn. rHr'P . bodsct of IHO.000 for home mis "!ln flJ i church extension of tho de- ""? .Hon The Palra f n11, chufchcs Smi be n requostod to present the cause uvZr congrenallona on Sunday, Octo- 'i the dy that has been set aside JSw Jllwlon Sunday." ' i wchea hftvo been asked to con " I40COO o the budget for homo flon woTdSrlng this year. Of thl. ,n,! nt CO per cent. Is to go toward mis m0 nrlt In the presbytery, 10 per cent. lonml Ion work In the synod and 30 t ml"10" nllti0nal homo missions. Vot . I" to bo made to collect SVto cl ' Pfty,nS oft mort" ,100,000 to 1)0 u. . churches dea)r. ""distance. In th...

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

W'M EVENING s!s3 LEDGER PUBLIC I.KDGKU COMPANY cvnus it. k. ci;nTts. raKstDttNT. .At.to.U'.Ocl.s. Secretary; .Totin 0. Martin, Treasurer i TcWrlef li. Ludlngton, Iiitllp M. Collin. John 11. V.U r llatn. U(rector. . UDtTOIllAL I10A11D : ' Cmc II. K. Ccntis, Chairman. r. II. WlfALEV. L1-v. i:xcutlY 13'lltor JOltM C. MARTIN Omerjrn JtdjiMUnii,Br rubllshf.i daily at l'iniic I.cporn IJulldlng, Independence fiqunro. l'hllailelphln. Lurxun CrNTRAl, Uroad nnd Chestnut KtrMM AtHNTIO fltl Preas-lrilor. llullillng New YoaJC 1 70-A. Metropolitan Tower CmCAoo 817 Home insurance llulldlrip London 8 Waterloo I'lace, l'all Mall, a. Vt . NEWS DtniBAl'8 : JfARKtmcRa Brttran Th rajrfo Jlullijlnw WaniitvnTo.v Hrnmo Tire f'ost Ilu lid ng Ntw Yort-r, ntnEAU The Time y.'i-'l nitnr is Heinle . . ra.rr.l,cir,t'i"Ua;? London tjcrimb S fall Mall Vft?'.?' VI Panis Duseao 81! Hue Louis le drand hnS broken down In most discreditable fashion. Sir Lionel Carden's nntl-Amcrlcnn out bursts nro distinctly ndverso to ...

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

J 1 uhII enttill VifrM ii mil ii i p.. itfwttif J -r-. --tikw-- -P - "Itff I" IHHIW W'WS1" WIP""' jSS 1 Ji-Pg l 'IV ' 1J,L" ' V ' ' " J PW I IJ.UWJHHWP1! ' J." " r -TPWPJW-! "TSTJH7 n-T -y p1-?TW EVENING LBBaEB-jPliirADMPHI SATOMt, SEITEMBBU X9V OT& 0 SOCIETY w r tb n i "10MII ishtij MUOn AND MR8 WILLIAM SANDERS SCOTT, of Media, Pa., announce the an ient of their daughter, Mies Arabella Morris 8cott, to Allen Hunter, Jr., eon of Mr. "d Mrs. Allen Hunter, of Chestnut Hill. No dftte htt been sot tjor the wedding. Invitations have been sent out by the llaco Committee of the Whttemarah Hunt Club for luncheon to be given nt the clubhouse Satur day October 3, before the races. The guests Hl' Include owners of horses entered In the races and stewards, Judges and other officials d the raco meeting. Several four-ln-hand coaches will be driven to the races, Including those of Edward D. gmllh( Frederick Strawbrldge, Captain E. B. CMsatt and It. Nolson Bucktey. Among those who have already ...

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

10 EVENING IEDGER-fHlLADELPHlA, SATTTBPAY, SEPTEkBER 19, 19ll WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATR03 MRS. EDITH The pemonalltv of Mis UJith W i'loic Is an Intfi ostitis and most attractive one She if tlie only woman i-.ery appointed oilleiall.v a' Special Inspector In the lu rii of Highways, ami Street Clean'ng. lie: appointment tool: place in the fol lowing way. One day. about tluee veui i ago. on aiming at iJroad fctieet sta- din- and White hit oh' ELLEN ADAIR GETS SEAGULL'S GIFT AS SHIPGAINS SPEED Bit of Seaweed a Token of Happiness to Come. Ocean Liner Makes Stop at Queenstown. VT. feoullianiptoit water on a summer morn ing ami the little wavelets ipaikllng In the bum1 The sea Kttlls ill clod round Mid round with Rtiango and cui lous cries, and oh' the freshness and the utter clean ness of their snow) wings' Alone 1 stood upon the stceiaac- deck, and watched the aliorei of England alow lecede. The ocean aoon would i oil between and oh' I loved inv na...

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