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

"' . mil I .I..M i.i .... .,..., - .- . - .a. Ml M ' W . J " ' ' rr' " " "" Idii 11 - CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL ' . . - -- ii i i r I ' ' n iiinii iiiii'-- JJ- I' denomiNatioM MISSIONARIES WILL FLOOD MEXICO WITH BIBLES AND BOOKS United Church Workers to Establish Schools and Col lies Workers Anxious to Return to Their Fields. Elaborate plans are belnc made by millenaries 0f nil the Protestant denom inations In this country for an Invasion ct Mexico, probably early this winder. InitMd of each denomination working alcne In some certain territory, all of tho which had been represented In the iUld 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 the Baptist Church (South), are to verk In unison. Tho entire program, as outlined, the outcome of a conferenco of the mission board officials In Cincinnati, O.. early this summer, Is to be one of a con structive ch...

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

?, 12 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA,. SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, ' 1914. TWO GAMES BETWEEN PHILLIES AND ST. LOUIS TODAY-ATHLETICS AT DETROIT PHI I JM BOOKED I i him iiiiiiiSil OLD ELI ELEVEN FOR TWO GAMES WITH CARDINALS LEAVES ITS CAMP 1 AT MADISON, CONN. With Its Preliminary Train ing Completed, En tire Squad Goes to New Haven. nnBn;n Fnmf vr;n vfjv.11111 uiigujv.iii-m ti hi eBgin Today at 1 :30 1 o'Clock Locals Have , Captured Six Games in Succession. C. Sebastian Dooln, lender of the Phil lies, will entertain his Missouri rival, Miller llucgliis, of St. t.otils. thl' after- noon at the Philadelphia ball park A doublehcatlei- Is planned, the first be- i ginning nt 1:3(1 o'clock. Thl doublo exhibition Is the flit of the Ht. Ioula , rerles, whit h li the last to be plaj eil be- tweeh these clubs thin mstn. I Having wmi six ftralght jumes, the I Mills art becoming more confident each ' day that lliny may land In the Hrt division '.inie real cause, too, has been shown for 'lie belief that ...

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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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1014, 13 . Si . ON WAR POLICIES IN "CALM" ENGLAND No Risks Will Be Taken on , Absurd Stories of Mania Cargoes to Ports in North, Black, Baltic or Adriatic Seas or the Bosphorus. r.onrlcrs In this city receiveu luuay mm Washington iiw &......"" w. Show Nervousness of Country Usually Placid and Sober. OH the whole, the British public lins ei) fnr taken the war calmly and soberly, il by the Federal War Itlsk Bureau t says a London correspondent. There have ! Inn Insurance on cargoes destined . been no (scenes resembling the hysterical f 'orelim shipment. On alt shipments ' outbursts that dcvompanleil the beginning between ports of the ITnlted States nntl i " the Boer war. One rxceptlonnl feature ns or any nonbelligerent , u " miiinaiHii nas uuiunuuieu lanjciy the Western Hemisphere ' to the abeonce of popular excitement the Us possessi iiktinin In W6M he fc Pef "tit.; to nonbelligerent ports not north of Havr or east of Sicily. e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 September 1914

? ? !- - N ' I am ? EVENTNG LEDGER TOL. I KO. 6 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY", SEPTEMBER 19, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT DETECTIVE'S PISTOL ENDS ROMANCE OF BURGLAR-INVENTOR M ! Master of the 'Jimmy,' Brace and Bit Wooes Girl on Earnings From His Burglaries. ERIN'S BRAVE SONS AT BAYONET POINT MAKE GERMANS FLEE i f i '1 - JOHN S. EDWARDS Burglar, inventor and pleasing gen tleman, when not forcing safes, faces a long term in the Eastern Peni tentiary. , li the rough and iead language ued by the police, police court nttomes. mis sion workers and those who associate with the men and women who are rather undesirable citizens, ' .John S. Edwards, who was held without bail bv Magistrate Tracy at the Eleventh and Winter streets Bollcc, station today, has had another fall. "Tlu- underworld considers a tall as soniethirig thot'busTness men would stle a, failure. Udwanls today admitted that Edwards was only an assumed natm.-, but that he bad used It lor the better part of his life. ' '" ' .His rqal name, he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

wn PjifiP' SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER PWPWww SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 1 PiriliADELPIIIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. PBIOE ONE CENT SOCIETY MAKES BOW TO KING HORSE AT BRYN MAWR SHOW The War Today hi? JisSiiv'HsO'Pl1;:lv,-JS4i mist' il BR JBi mmSk fS hBPvc flKrii i i- : ' ' A JPm&kSu jlMW; ' ' Jir :; m.' -? ' : ; 'M m&$ i Leu to HiRiu- BfeP'' Ji " '. -m" , ": mm'-m'i miss polly page iiV8HBHBRM8iteBWK MISS CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS tMmW'i J J lK, i' ' '' . ' . W" P $W8 iilllB s . Ob- J T-rw"l'B',i',,l,,',,M,,fii-',-,,,,,,,,-B iiiP;ikllP MISS ANN AUSTIN I I V M ' I 'Jiff iliw "jIlLl 'l l' Ml.Hfff J '!." I " ' ' I1 TT-I- !- A I J TPSlfesSfeafe. fflorff Rtdmg Dixie Arnold. HOWARD M. HENRY Riding Goldie. BLUE RIBBONS GO TO PEDIGREED HORSES ON BRYN MAWR OVAL Brilliant Spectacle Marks the Judging and Award of Prizes to Roadsters and Jumping Classes. Whwo li the Bpcedy racing car? It's parked outride the ring Where Dobbin's blooded re!aties are proudly nd ivheio l the man who loudly shouts,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

jE-TagtMrara EVENING LEBaElt-HILAPELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. - --- -- -J '- - i " i " - . . .: BATTLE OF TRENCHES RAGES WITH THUNDER OF ARTILLERY NIGHT AND DAY : i , I lied forces holding tho position being driven off with heavy slaughter. The attacks made by tho French In tho centre of the Vosgos Mountains, In the neighborhood of Donon, Sonones and Saales, were repulsed." It was officially announced thla aft' ernoon that tho German right wing and centre had been greatly rolntorccd In France, and that Verdun, French fort ress, was being attacked from two sides. GERMAN'S RIGHT RETREATS, IS LONDON ANNOUNCEMENT LONDON, Sept. 21. Tho Gorman right la retiring. Whether it Is dropping back to escape being enveloped by the Franco-British troops or Is moving to affect a Junc ture with tho 100,000 reinforcements paid to have been sent to General von Kluk's aid from .Maubeuge stilt un certain, although military observe! i are Inclined to believe the movement Is a real retreat before s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

S 8 fE-CRAZED YOUTH ! FLINGS HOT ACID INTO GIRL'S FACE ti . t-i .. nTi.- r- Jorman rratt manes des perate Attack on riancee and Then Attempts Sui cide In Hospital Now. .... .. untuned after having sue .,AcA In leatllnfir h's sweetheart to tlio H Pratt, of 6305 Lena street. German made an attack on pretty Theresa ntimriin'' vi"":, -,-;,. -;-,.'. llntown Hospital In danger of losing Ma '!?";' u.. .mnlnv.il OS n. tlpVr.1 Ifiir In the Spring Garden street eta Side "as the culmination of a trip to IKK ,. runinrln last r!iS They differed on the question UM? .'.. n,,i n nrltut nhnnlri mnrrv hm and returned without the ceremony ?MlfPFlt2mMtln,8 father heard of the jui i,.. I. ti.ni in v nit h In ilnllch. ?rPaln. rratt came to the Fltzmartln tir as" ; ...... i... iv vr Phis nay past Mis. Nora Fltzmar . .ii.-.-.i ihn Ali-1 In her room. 'Km he crappled with her. The police l". ... trlel to fotco acid down the girl's Soat Mrs. Fltzmnrtin scizca i-ratis rlst Her face and hands were splashed i'.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

,'-. a ig-?wai 4 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SI3P TIMBER 21, 1914- I- w ft 2000000 TROOPS AGAIN GRAPPLE IN THIRD GREAT, BATTLE OFGALICIAN CAMPAIg FRANCE PROTESTS TO U.S. AGAINST RUIN OF RHEIM'S TEMPLE "Wanton Vandalism" in I rlfls ami held up his hands "Do not shoot them, m friends.'' he cried. Jut then a CJermnn shell struck the wall of the Cathedral and the priest was j showered by dirt and mortar The burtliiK of a shrapnel il row tied his voice, but his lips could be ecn moving 'Kill them: screamed the 'oh aualn curalnR the Cietmins and slinking their lists A few woiiif-n in the crowd howled In their rase and spat upon the wounded soldiers as th were carr'ed through the i mroni? io a nearby miliums i "Don't Arc," crl(l the little nrlest ! . -.!.. ... ..-..I.. ....... . . ' I D. -p. , . . i naui iou nuuiu innKe ourseives ns estrucion or Beautiful ' "" n,tl", "" ni pitiurt- wh oiip nevnr 10 up for Cathedral Is German Order "I J ! Rotten bs that calni-fnced piloM. fiilfllll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

"wmfipMf EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914- WL-TALE FIGURES SHOW MAJORITY'S APPETITE FOR SPOILS Appropriations by Congress in Last Two Years Carry Their Own Comment on Professions of Economy. Washington, sept. 2i.-Thc subjoined table, giving the Amounts appropriated by Congress for the support of the Gov rnment for the years 1913-14 and 19U-13, compiled from tho chronological history of the Blxtythlrd Congress, prepared by the clerks to tho Committees on Appro priation of the Houso and Senate, cents being disregarded: iai4.tR. inn-H .,,,,i.ur. in,Rt;r.s.i2 $1 7.089,94s .l. .. . 101 010,512 ll4.2Rft.14S Ht f Columbia.. 12,172,Mfl 1I.3S1.7.TO ' ?i!liflftlOn ..... (102770O S.218.2T0 ri! ..?..! !!! P771D02 0,48(1,810 151',.. ,......... 144,868.718 140.800,011 sMS.n .!.. ...... i60.iBO.ooo lso.aon.ooo SJif 2S hirbor'..: All-mi i f A&SSJ futdry civil 110,070,227 110,70.1,327 Tn(.i M28,&1R,7M 0o1.ni.IV2O M&ti I"..".. 33.3M.M7 28,074.012 T(j,l 0.12,212,37O ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

mSBSHmff n WfW- MMM3I gfglpH-''- ' tf "ftMiTii lUri! EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 191-t. GDNS TRANSFORM BEAUTIFUL VALLEY INTO AH INFERNO Aisne River Losses Colossal, Says Correspondent Who Followed Armies From the Marne. LONDON, Sept. 21. German troops are dying to the muilc of their regimental bands In the vnlley of death along the Alsne by day and by night. Their losses nro colossal, says an English correspondent, who sends his elory from La Ferte-Mllon, south of Solssons. He says: 'From the battlefield of Marne t worked my way northward through Chantllly and Fenlls to Crepy-en-Valols to this volley of death. I came by night through lands wasted by the feet of tens of thousands of armed men and by Innumerable wheels of tho world's greatest armies. "I have seen on thlfl rond sights that convince me that the retreat was not only swift, but precipitate to a point of actual panic. It was Alsne or destruction. It Is necessary to realize that Just as the allied army...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

kimmmmxk9mwmii m m EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, ,FEAR OF BRITISH HOLDS NORWEGIAN . SHIP IN PORT HERE Reported Delay in Sailing of Somme-stad Said to Be Due to Presence of Essex Off Delaware Capes. Jlvstc.v surrounding tli delay In the alllne t'otn this poit of the Norwegian i.atnslilp Somnicrslnd, which clonrcd. .1. 1ms nrousctl much specula- s VtECa fr" ' Hon In slilpplns clrclcs' The vcsao1 la heavily lndcn with conl and general car go usually reckoned ng ship's supplies. According to her clearance papers, she 1, ostensibly scheduled to sail for Cadiz, Spain. The cause of delay was not ex rlalired by Captain Axclsen, master of he-rtssel, or Its aKcnt, William J. Grand field. Men supposed to know the port's busl ncit thoroughly when osked for nn ox-".-nation merely shrugged their shoul Seri "nd laconically replied: "Isn't the Brlttah cruiser Essex lying oft the Dela ware Cap'" This rft'nark Is taken to Indicate that the ve"ei's cargo Is contraband goods Ind lia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

ssssssssssmisssssssssssssssM!wissssiSissssisssi W'lfagw'tflBTHi g ' HWMwwBjfcaiiaiatoiaai) EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, IMONBAT, SEPTEMBER 21, 1913. 1ff!gmggf!isf!!msftimJih IhMMWI -?f5nnrwws5" ft" EVENING dSs LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus Jr. it cuhtis. phwioem. Om. W. Och. Secretary s John C Mftrt'njJ.V'wn: Chftrles H. I.udlnnton, Philip S. Collin. John U. Wil liam. Directors EDITOMAt. rsOAtlD: Cures II. It Curtis, Chairman. P. It. WHAI.HT Kurcutlve Editor JOHN C. MAttTlN OenerMJBuiilnea Munarer Published dullr. eept Sunday. V.V'iVinhiV'0" Bulldlne. Independent Square, rhllftdelphia. nVwVoSk ...'.'.."..'....... lin-A. Metropolian Tower Ciinae??". ........... ..817 Home In.urone wUdlns London 8 Waterloo Place. Tall Mall. B. W. NHWS UftlCAUH : Nr.-V York ncnEAD T J(" n,XntraM9 nrnu.v nrnrtr nFJY-... s w I nvnov Ilfspm , . . .2 Pnll Mall Hat. . vv. riMilU.El"": ; . . . . . . . . . Hue Louis Id Grand !SfnCHIPTION TKBM9 Tty carrier, mat OM.T. lx nli. By mall. ro'tpnM rutalde of Ph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

tf.l.iftni:--l..-Jiiflga '-"- ii-r. ZIEZZZZS EVBKIisTG Lflpqflft PHIftADBEfrHIAt MOffPAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 101 A. I 0 "F SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA I . . . v ' s ' MISS SARAH DOBSON FISKE Miss Fiske, who is the daughter of Louis S. Fiske, has lately announced her engage ment to Walter Jeffords, of this city. Miss Fiske, who is a granddaughter of the late John Dobson, lives with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Riddle. No date has yet been set for the wedding. MISS VIRGINIA RODEItTS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gcotko W. B. Roberts, of 1E03 De Laneey plnce, will bo Introduced to society at a tea which will bo given In her honor tho afternoon of November 3. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts will glvo a tmall dinner danco In honor of Miss Roberts and Miss nisa Rcath, who will also bo a debu tante, at their home in RIverton, tho night of September 20. Tho guests will bo 73 In number, and will Include only debutantes and tho younger men. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Porcher, of Navahoe i...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

wmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmsssamm ---WW'W 'WtiK!Wti'WWiWt ' HM WBHBWfKHl Tr 10 - --i'Wgypp'fr ' ' WMMipiWWW EVENINft LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, aiOftfiAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON 31 f ELLEN ADAIR MEETS ABOARD SHIP ONE OF NATURE'S COURTIERS Lonely Scotchman From the Island of Islay Confides in English Girl Tale of His Home. VII. The rise and dreadful fall of the At lantic Ocean! Why, I think that com pared with It the rise and fall of the Roman Empire Itself must have been the merest trifle. One sits upon the deck and sees the strango gymnastics of the sea. For up, up, up the ocean surges till one thinks the boat must swamp. Then down, down, down the racing waters fly, while long and shuddering vibrations shake the ship from stem to stern. A certain very human analogy might easily be drawn Just here, but there are times when, even for the embellishing of a tale, a parallel had best be left alone. Let It sufllce to say that mal-de-mer has...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

KiMkMUftan FLEETS OF ALLIES CONTROL EUROPEAN WATERSMEPORT British Admiralty Announces Victory for Carmania, But Admits Reverses in Far- Oir oeas vjciuiuu v n.iJiy in Baltic. j BOIVDEAUX, Sept. 21. The fleets of tho Allies control the At lantic, Mediterranean and North Sea, ac cording to an official Navy Department ttatetnent published today In the Mont teur do U Floto. LONDON, Sept. 51. Tho admiralty has reported a number of encounters In far-off waters. In the principal action tho auxiliary cruiser Carmania sank a German armed mcr ehant cruiser. The ofilclal bulletin an nounces details as follows: The Carmania, Captain Noel Grant, It. JJ., went Into action September 14 off tho cast coast of South America with a Ger man armed merchant cruiser, supposed to bo the Trafalgar, of Berlin, mounting eight four-Inch guns and pompoms. Tho action lasted ono hour and forty-five min utes, whon tho German ship capsized and unk. her survivors being rescued by an empty collier. Of the Carmanla's c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

7 "Vr BWP P BHtfHHflHfli9HtaM!Mn$VS'&)Sllp GlR PHILADELPHIA, MoBAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1911. I EVENING LED' PHILADELPHIA, PENN FOOTBALL PLAYERS TO BE NUMBERED IN FIRST GAME-A. A. U. MEETING TODAY i SEVENTY GOLFERS ENTER EVENT AT NOBLE TOMORROW Annual Tournament for Ber thellyn Cup to Be Feature at Huntingdon Valley Country Club. Exactly TO entries liavo been received for the annual tournament for the Berth ellyn Cup, the qualifying round of which will be played at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club. Noble, tomorrow. The trophy, which was presented four yearn COLT RAGES TO BE FEATURE WEDNESDAY AT NARBERTH TRACK Horsemen of This Section Will Enjoy Other Inter esting Events of a Sweep stake Nature. Sporting men who follow horses will bo given a treat Wednesday afternoon on the track at Helmont Driving Parle, Nitrberth. when four sweepstake contests will bo held for it' string of colts tlint arc known throughout the trotting world PENN PLAYERS WILL TRY OUT NUMERAL PLAN Head Coach Brooke ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

tfVMIttG LEDGER PHIliABBLPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 10J4. Lo ffiANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED HERE ON MORE ACTIVE BASIS Committees Supervising Sales Lift Bars and Decide to Permit Salesmen to Go After New Business. fto week since tlio outbreak of hoa tll'ltles In Europe has opened under moro favorable condition than the present tnt The thin of most Import locally the announcement touny 01 mu Unlisted Securities that WIS rmtnlttee on tradlnjr would be allowed by Phlladel- phli houses, under less rigid rules than kaV. been In effect heretofore. Brokers and Investment Banners nro now per mitted to send out salesmen and to so licit business by telephone, but tho transactions must be made with tho approval of the committee. Similar rulings with regard to bond trading by members of the Philadelphia Slock Ex- J t,,nge were announced today by the Special Commlttco or Five. me oniy difference Is that tho transaction must be handled ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

08(wpjSBil',, -. -Tf. . . I ' ' ' in-. SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-KO, 7 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT GRIEF BOWS CAPTAIN TORN FROM FAMILY BY CHANCE OF WAR Ship's Master, "Warbound in This Port, Has Had Little Word From Loved Ones Son Held Prisoner. NEW ERA DAWNS AS SECRETARY DANIELS STARTS SHIPWAYS BREAKING GROUND FOR NAVY YARD SHIPWAYS Official, in Breaking Ground, Declares Improvement Means Vast Industrial Boon to City and Yard. WILLIAM MAAS A young prisoner of war in Eng land. He is the son of Captain Louis Maas, of the Hamburg-American liner Prinz Oskar, now in this port. War-bound in this port, separated from Ills wife and two children in Hamburg. Germany, with a fifteen-year-old son, a prisoner, in England, Captain Louis Maas, master of the Hamburg-American liner Prinz Oskar, is frantic with Brief i and versing on the brink of a completo nervous breakdown. The vessel Is an chored in the Uelnwnro l'.lver oft the Philadelphia Navy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER n VOL. I-tfO. T Philadelphia, Monday, September 21, 1014. PBIOE ONE CENT PORK BARREL" BILL I VIGOROUSLY OPPOSED BY THE PRESIDENT 'I! - His Influence Directed to Elimination of Extravagant I Items Sponsors for the J Measure in Defiant Mood. WASHINGTON". Sept. SI. - President iin. nnotliPt' formidable light on J. W, hands this week. 111b Influence litis JIM """ ... .. ,....,. lll been Injected into mc inuuuun ...,..... . 1 i.n.i.nva 1,111 mu lintil io the riveis mm .... . - -ff ud In the Senate by a filibuster, and n oulft but energetic cuiiiiiuihii " t, ......, 1.., A.l.ulnlntrntlon lenders 111 U Congress to eliminate nil nppropilatlons il .. ... Ini.l..rr .inlnotR. except tllOSO lur tuui.ii.....o i" Tho significance of this move will bo rCcn wlien It Is shown Hint the bill will lie cut down from Its present lionvy ap propriations to approximately $13,000,000. !ut,i roncrpss nccept It. The President U making1 bis nKt ""lolly uml dls- '" .. ..,.. 1, ilnna tint uiflll to...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

2 EVENING- LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2JL, li)U BATTLE OF TRENCHES RAGES WITH THUNDER OF ARTILLERY NIGHT AND DAY k been made lo carry Herman trenches ncross fields swept from end to end by Mile, machine Rim and shrapnel lire. At the Wnr Offlco tho situation Is declared to bo favorable, although It In admitted no derisive advantage, hag been Rained. The French Rave soma ground yesterday below Solssons In the fare of a furlutiH attack, but It was te nanted Following the Irws of the hill Germans nnd occupied the defenses of l,a I'omclle. Tho most detet mined German attack Is beliiR made on the allied front be tween Craontic and Hholms, furious assaults being dltectcd In an attempt to pierce the allied lines. The Allies have continued to exert tlv Rteatest pressure upon both whips of the (termini aimy. which. It Is claimed , of I'rlmoiit, the French drove off the j uie Rradtiallv hpl'icr forced back. CARRIAGE SALES BIG, DESPITE THE ADVENT OF AUTOS Builders Declare Business o...

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