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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

W$a -'-A- '. Hi" (IMplM tjl DWft lHwin Evening ttti-philadelphia, mokpay, September ia, iou. g mayor coming home TOMORROW TO UJMitt COUNCILS TO DUTY flll Send Message Asking ' Inclusion of Transit Loan n the $11,700,000 Loan Bill. Mayor Blanlienbure wilt return to his ; I-wn nunrC tomorrow from Ymmtlo CItJ', where Ho ana Mrs. Wank- nhurc have been apondlns the last two r,mer Iwmo Pocono Pines. Tho iSr l ""I expected to bo In lita of He. Sow, but will Bo directly from tho L-rili rhlladclpbla Station to hla homo automobile. Tho return of tho Mayor h been prompted by tho definite ns , that Councils will meet In spc !'?n2,.on on Thursday tu Institute fihtlo "or HUbmlttluK tho $11,700,000 i! to the voters In November. 1(Bf nwurnneo has como from Presl 'LSof Select Council In leply fe'!,P following letter from Mayor Blank ),, "nt " Presidents rttinsley, of So ke, roSncll. McCuidy. ot Common CTnoil'"r tho newspapers that jou rvnfct to " a mcstl"e ". KuIc,c, f'ouncll in tho near future. "So...

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. — 14 September 1914

a,t b'ATMfrWWWAIWWM WM-'lJii' !ijft-UV.yg .0. mr Tf I m If b ,v ';! fc" i 6 WAR TAX BILL HELB 'UP PENDING RETURN "OF THE PRESIDENT Wrangling Over Plan to In clude, Freight Causes Dem ocratic Leaders to Delay Report to. House. "WASHINGTON. Sept. U-EmenreJicy tcvnus legislation will hold chief In tercat In the House this week, ilesrtltn the i1ij In tho Inttoiluctton nt th.j Ail ministration bill to provide JIW,CX00O a -nr, which thft TrenBltry will ncml be cause of tho falling off of ci.tonm duties i account of tho Kurnnoan wnr. In dlCAtlous arc now thnt tho bill nmy not reach tho floor of the Hmisc until VWdnt'sdny or Thursday, but the wriinR JIiik over the prnposcd tax on frrlKht phlpmcnts has lunched surll it sUrg that n Democratic outictis is planned early tlii. wech when several Democrats mil swk to overthrow tho freight tax provision of tho bill. The original iirosrani wns that the revejiuo bill, ncrcetl upon by n majority of tho Democrats of tho Ways nnil Means "Cdmlnilteo, wou...

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. — 14 September 1914

Ji.wifii; iimmmn,..i;wf,; ff ffyHry -iwiy. bt -fwif,'iiqi'-wirrwiyf- i nmgm ui'ii L' EVENING LEDftERPHIEADETJPTTT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1013. f GERMANY'S POWER MUST BE CRUSHED, LONDONATTITUDE JO OIIlfl""'OV' ,, ....M ...... tarism Makes Possible Fur ther Dreams of Teutonic Supremacy. LONDON, Sept. 14. ttniil rruesliin militarism Is crushed for Lit lime, botli on land And bcb, England H rcfUSO VCn W vuuaiuct ihujivoiuuiio MAIK TWAIN'S OWN IDEA, OF THE DEFENSES OF PARIS of peace. That was tho emphatic post- ion take In Imlon today. It Is felt that InTOStoodif It I. believed that nny peace proposal would even bo received re I bo Wir el"'ei1 o(,n" oren though tlcUliini wcro inuomniiicii nnu i-rniico re "r.i hnrk AIsnco-Lorrnlno, tho croat fltrinin fleet would remain as rt menace : Hie ueiu'P of Kurope. Knglund Is de tfrmlnetl that this shall bo tho Inst war. Official, from tho KliiK down, Insist that the real causo of tho war was tho Gor man dream of world power. A compro mise now, It ...

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. — 14 September 1914

mMMMMMMgft" '"w -gv- 'hbvjbik 1fmmV?'trY!Wrllffl33tPmM mmmm JiSW!S5E''K"Hw"r," "wWHBSi3 V.' l I . - 4mnW.y y w-S'PwSPI' ? rif?tvi,,'lfe'S!ViiPwP:vf '5?WMBWBSWBwi!Pi? W, tasr - TWf- ;3gg6 in EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEB IX, 1014- ORGANIZED LABOR ENLISTS TO HELP IN EXPANSION OF PORT Central Union Joins "Greater City" Movement, Calling for Trade-getting Fund and Indorsing Municipal Loan, Union tabor yesterday enlisted In the campaign roP a "Greater Philadelphia" nihil XolloulDK their enrollment In the movement for an rnlarged city, volun teered to fight shoulder to shoulder with their employers for the onue The C'en tral Labor t'nlon, nt ft t ocular meet ing, demanded that Couth lis make possible the Improvements which have hcen planned for the ilty bv paesiiiK tho loan bill, nnd also urged noon the Cham Imr of Cnmmcrie Hint it tai ti mate with labor orBnnlzatlons In the establishment or a $,ooomm fund to be used In eSploltlnK Philadelphia and Its products throughout ...

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. — 14 September 1914

'!. i 'EVENING LEDGER EHILADEIiPHlAaiOyDAY, SBPtEMBEB U, I914- S!!!!ilumfr IIKll HTfmffisr viyjrtftWtHSflW Q ALLEGED FLIRT ARRESTED Olrl Charges Him Also With Theft of Vanity Case. Nicholas Denacltenly, who nave nn address at Tenth and Locust street, ac cused of stealing a sliver vanity capo from Miss Esther Burma n, 19 yearn old. of 30? Nuw Market street, was held In JTfl hall for a further hearing today by Magistrate Tracy In the Eleventh and Winter streets police station. Miss Tlurman said the man attempted to flirt on a train comltiK from Willow Grove. Soon afterward she missel the case, which contained $3.60. Blie followed the man from the train and caused his arrest. Denacltenly said the younK wom an had given him the vanity case that he might purchase candy for her. Miss Burman denied this. THIRTY-FIVE EVENING LEDGER WAGONS WHICH TODAY DELIVERED THE FIRST COPIES OF PHILADELPHIA'S LATEST NEWSPAPER. EVENING LEDGER DELIVERY WAGONS ATTRACT CROWDS Pedestrians Line Streets as Vehic...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

topii m rvViW"itefr& EVENING LEDGER-fHlLADELPHIU MONDAY. SEPTEMBER Id, 1914. EVENING Ma LEDGER PUBLIC LEDChll COMPANY crnusn tc iiriiTts, pmiioxst. . Jehn Orlbbel. Vie President; Geo VC.Cchj, Secretary: sohn C. Martin, Trf'irer 'hrl II. l.uJtnftten. riiUlp S. Collins, John nwilliam. Ulreiteri. EDrrontALBOAnD: Crnc n. K Conns, Ohalrmsn. r. tr. wttAt.EY rt-iin rain flOHX C. MARTIN ,0nalniiln Mnnnser r-ubllihwl tally rt TcdUo t.rjixiM! llulldlnir. iwlep-ndenco S5iire. Philadelphia Lmsin reTni , ,Bro.td nnd Chestnut J?trU ATI.ANitc I'ltT l'rcii-l'nmtt lSiilldlnsc New Tone l.o-A Met ropflliran Tower OmcUo 817 Hem InJiiratieo pudding L0J.DON S Wnterleo Place, Tall Mull, S. W. NKtVSWHUAVS: TlArnnnrnn Tit nre Tit rafrint UnlUlinc 'WHSniVOTON ill RUtC Til t'Olt Hllllrllnr New Tons IItc Tim Tiw ltulldlng Brntlv Ittirac tio rrlctrlchstnmi )o.itK.v BcsKtc 2 tMll Mull IM't, S W. Puts Binric 32 Hua I emu lo urshd rncntPiit)VTrhM5 By carrier. Putt OM.v, n eent. tlr malt, posipsU rmtalde of Phl...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. u IN SOQIETY .Mitjtjit. wtirtTS PAOD, daurliler of Mlffr and Mr. William Byrd Vast, of Cheat i Hill" will be Introduced to society at a Inrgo ".which "1 bo given in her honor hy her "andfather. ft Dvls rage, am! her aunt, Mr.. I arise at their country place, Summer rTst on Omven Le, Chestnut Mill, the SttnioMi of October 21. .summer Crest Is particularly well adapted for .nnrfl nuair. n '" ..-. o,nuu:u nn out" '. i.Wrmiml of (nit Bhady trees and "'i. nt the top of a lone sloping lawn. A irniber of affairs havo been planned for Miss b ,e who Is extremely popular tvlth tho rounder set. ai .v. .- o i elxeii In her honor will ho a dance, which III be given during tho Master holidays by her parent. lr,. II, II. 0. Sharpies, of Laburnums, Chol ' ,jjug( wi give an Informal at home on Octa ve,. 19 (o meet her BxanaaaiiRnter, .uis Hen rietta Howard Sturgis, debutanto daughter of Mrs. Hobert Hturgis, oi new i". itu. nmr V WH introduce ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

w - JL $Wm$iiwimj?'iww mfc)p3 JWI 15 Aft' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Tjt II 1013. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTERESTMAm AND MATRQg ... V T " T " . I ItirnmriTimnm YTTflf TlTHr Hon of the tunic. It 1b ooen In ,. - TOO MUCH ECONOMY UNWISE, AS HUSBAND GROWS PROSPEROUS Correspondence of general inter' est to tromen readers will be print id in this page. Such eommunica' lions should be mldresird lo tho Woman's Editor, Evening Ledger. Thrifty Wife Could Not Adapt Herself to Altered WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS OPEN WAR ON DEMOCRATS THE STRIVINGS OF ELLEN ADAIR IN PHILADELPHIA Congressional Union Orders Kembcis to Ouuose Candidates of That Party. Cj. . . r-Vrt WASHINGTON. Sot. tl.-"Vlthhold OndltlOIlS and Dlirer- i your support from nil enhdUlnton for re election 10 Congress whoso name: appear on the Dcmoenllc ticket." war the ap peal sent lodav fioln the Coiigieloiinl t'nlon of pio-wmnnn Rtirfrago head- I , . . , I ' lllUp S11' oii, pon In linml. for hours . , ,....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

K-WSJi fvmmwm lftvm ?mw- 222283 TWO GIRLS, CUT OFF BY WAR IN FRANCE, . REACHJOMESAFELY Isolated in Breton Village, They Are Held Eighteen Pays, Then Make Their Way to Paris. To be slrnndcil In n scnporl town eight hbura from Paris, and cut off from com munition with tho outside world for eighteen days during tho mobilization of tho French army, wna the experience of two Philadelphia girls, Miss Hortcnao Loy, 1121 North Fifteenth street, and Miss Helen Abrahams, 3U9 Diamond atreot, ,l,o iolumed to this city yesterday after R nerles of exciting cxporlonccB within tho nar zone They were at a small sonport town natnnl St. Jean du Dolgt, In Brit tany 'e were no worse off than tho real of tho women of Duropo and a great deal more fortumto than tho majority," raid Hiss Levy yesterday In speaking of her experiences. "IJvcrywhcro tho men have deserted tha villages and tho women are 'taking over their labors. "On August 1 I was attracted to the window of my room by tho pitiful crying nt a fun...

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. — 14 September 1914

t-r- 14 ' EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADEI-PHLA: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER T, T!ft: CARDINALS BACK IN RUNNING-CHANCE SITUATION DISCUSSED-LOCAL ELEVENS BUSY YANKEE MOGULS STILL LACKING IN FORESIGHT BASEBALL CONDENSED hile Chance Resigned, He Really Was Forced Otil by Owners' Refusal lo Make Him Supreme. Long Term of Years Is Necessary to Build Up Club Which Can Com pete for Highest Honors. I Id mil. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. 4 1 t'hlrnpo, R. ITftrtnmt. 3s PI. l.mil. 0. Club Standing. w. n ic tv. u v.c. Mlilotlr. . Hll in .HIH ClilcnKO .. M HO .IT7 HoMon ... 77 n .BUT St. r.oul . W 72 .4.'.0 Oetrolt ... 70 03 .Mil New York i".o 7.1 .4.".t lVft.hln'n. rt til .SS.iriereUiul. " f '-'" The story of Franlt Chance's rpslgrm lion from the N'ow York American LenRUo club Is one- us ancient n the national samo Itself, It luia ever been tha potlcj of the majority of club owners to adopt shifting method of av-lootng a tcatn, rather than on of u.itclifnl w.iltlns. which hn.s been o IiIrIiIv Niiri''.-.fu...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

i0,HT"- .4i-t-? tt .d n Evening LDGER-pBriLABEipiriA, Monday, September is, lor-. 15 WORIfD'S BANTAM CHAMPION FIGHTER WILL MEET LOUISIANA TONIGHT ATHLETICS TAKE LEAD ON YANKS EARLYIN GAME Shawkey Pitted- Against Fisher at Polo Grounds. Chance's Men Unable to Hit When Safe Raps Meant Runs. ' PEP Mackmen Earn Run in Second Round on Singles by Baker and Strunk and Sacrifice by Mclnnis. 101.0 0 HOUNDS, Now York, Sept. 14. "jlh Shawkey pitching ngnlnat Fisher, the AtliletlcH jumped Into nil early lead today, scoring a run lit the second Inning. In Hint frame, linker opened with a ltiKl ns sacrificed to second and counted on Strunk'H sate crack to right. Shawkcy's two wild throws In the early atages of tMo contest put the Yankees nlthln scoring distance oC tho plate, but E6b tightened In tho pinches and pre vented the blow which would have given the Yankees tho tying run. Double plays nnd sharp fielding gen erally were tho order of the afternoon's play. First Inning Murphy filed to Pcckln...

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. — 14 September 1914

raa m & $$' &? 16' EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914. FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BRIGHTENS AS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED Local Committee Begins Sessions to Arrange Offi cial Prices for First Authorized Business Since Exchange Closed. Trading In unlisted securities was re turned hero this nftcmoon under ths unpen Islon of a special committee named by the principal bond houses and ap proved by the banks and the Philadelphia Btock Exchange, A similar committee be gan work along the same lino In New fork. Each announced, at the closo of the first day's session, that the situation In the Investment markets had assumed n more decided tone for the better, and that thero Is every Indication In favnr of a moro general resumption of business In tho next week or so. Thero was general response locally to the requests of the committee for eub jnlsslon by brokers of offers to buy and fell and thousands of dollars' worth of high-grade bonds changed hands today under olllclol supe...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PrriLAbELPnTA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, SDlS. . t NATIONAL BANKS INCREASE HOLDINGS OF UTILITY ISSUES Government Figures Show Growing Demand for This Class of Investment Se curities Three-cent Fare Fight Still On. cents a ay, only ono paAsenBor bolng carried, mH thnt operations Were nt n net loss W U.91 dnlty. Hearing on the cate was ftUJoiirned until next Friday. LIVERPOOL COTTON MVnill" Hept. H.-Spot rattan, tin llrA,ic1r,n.,, ,0M ta" ,nrl,""ns t0" v.iimial banks of tlto country are wrung the most conservative purchasers cf pocurltlcs, Tliclr directors cdnslder wisely and well beforo they Invest the moneys Intrusted to tlieni, and it is tip. parent that any security which they pur ho must have behind It, to n. marked degree, the safety and conservatism which characterise- tlio conduct of the bunks themselves. ii Is Interesting to noto wnat me na tional banks have been doing In tlio last few years along tho lino of public utility Investments. Figures compiled by the Unit...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

f ' j7 I sports T?7'T?"MTXTrl JlJSSJLik If extra Hi V Hi 1 IN VX .fflM MM I ' -, . P if rn mQX iW LEDG ETJ SPORTS IV 1 EXTRA YOIi. I-.NO. 1 PHILADELPHIA, MOiNDAY SEPTEMBER, 14, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT TAYLOR CARRIES TRANSIT FIGHT TO COUNCILS Asks Instant Action That Will Give Due Return for Taxes in Form of Better Line Conditions. H t & s Carrying: tho tight fot an ntlcquato transit system for this city direct to Councils, pointing out the necessity for Immediate action to give tho citizens a just return for their taxes and even pleading for nn awakened counullmatilo consclotico for an honest Inltlutlvc In civic affairs, Director Taylor today again brought tho whole transit situation be fore tho lieoplo by demonstrating to Councils how the work may begin at once. In a statement today the Director ask" Councils to uetmlt the woilt on tho Rto.id Street subway and eloiatcd lines to be gin by Including In tho proposed Jll.TM" loan an Item of S.'VM.eoo foi the reconstruct tlon of sowers...

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. — 14 September 1914

, -v I T- " SPORTS FINAL TjT 3 ENTNG VOIj. I NO. 1 LEDGER SPORTS FINAL PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, BI8PTEMBJ311. 14, 1!14. PJtICE OKE CENT GERMANS AGAIN HURLED BACK AFTER DESPERATE EFFORT TO CHECK ROUT PENN FOOTBALLERS AT WORK Left to right Pat Dwycr, trainer; Tucker, quarterback; Captain Journeay, "Nick" Carter, tackle; Moffitt, fullback; "Doc" Irwin, quarterback. The first prac tice of the season was indulged in today by the husky Penn gridiron warriors. PHILLIES GAIN EVEN BREAK WITH GIANTS Phils Lose Opener to Visitors 3 to 2, But Romp Away With Second Game, 10 to 6. Christy Mathewson Derricked From Mound in Third Session, OToole Faring Little Better Afterward. NX1V YORK. A.n. n. ii. o. a. c. jnisraM. cf r. a :; -5 o n noyle 2b 0 2 O 1 0 aiiinw rf. J J 2 0 0 H-tcher. ra o 0 1 i 1 1 Jtabertsen. It j '-' 2 4 0 0 Oram, lib 1 ?."'?. M.rkle. lb J (' - 0 0 HcUin. o 1 O O . 0 1 'Munition, p....-...i....l 0 l 1 0 O'TmH. p 2 o o il I JohSSii c 1 n 0 I u 0 iBMCber n 0 ' " " nThorr 0 OOOOO JixJlV...

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. — 14 September 1914

OJ -y Tl 2 EVENING LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTBMBEB 14, 1914. SCENES WHERE THE BREATH OF ACTION LIFTS WAR'S BLOOD-STAIMED CURTAIN Bab teas . w wr ran M fc? - &Tt 1 1 I -1 -C s&&E!fv 1 vg)U3 ..V k!M? ! ISM ' - S , &$ ll i ml in ! mi in Urmiiiii' i ' . Lt?$ 3s reJWi5$S&sw c5aer?r2. I rVrnv?33Si i fcS5n?j Mr Mi iilii agmfliiAiiftisW r IXjUiS. SJ- CW IWWf V:OKSM.MBfc "-T-. fc-- .l.TWW X V B BOJMr KkiB KI I IsP still ' ' v ISLMwMwfiaMiMMMMBIBBBBPrSRfWlwTS ffifo. '&- .S3S8 IKU-V.S5-.. --WMI, 'OH&BI -WaL. ,'m IHSllllllllllllllHUMr -H1H Si S aNSBk. - J 1111 ,"'v: "HHHvHBWSH' HiH fllH ': :'?? '' ..mMH.1 i- 'Wtfiilv a m ri SS5kN!l aELiiv JPS fflMKBBK' his L-Mm1 IRF TSI5 ' "tiflttx BbV . A 1 l?&i',Hm, Sj T't S&K t S imMhVL ' ris !tf "f F ,--"' .iiA. "F -.. i5miK,r'MmT?nTimvMBkA avjBmTMWBBHiJfc 1hbmK.A 1 irrsp'irN 1 1 in in 1 in imk.yMMMKm.K vikm t w-?v"-- x-rf-K' - HMHiiaHHH. 'WF5 tNU flVMnHB 'VHHk.'Hk'K VX TSrffc'Mfc,inIMr JH.KL, ! tv."w , 1 t -1-. 7j...

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. — 14 September 1914

TFS- iia'iHW"""ygg EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1014. . iipi"w.'-j ' g BELGIANS BLOCK GERMANS IN MOVE TO AID COMRADES Two Corps of Kaiser's Army Called Back After hour Days' Battle Defenders Retire to Antwerp. B LONTKN, Sept. 14. . ...i, frm Antwerp contains tlio Win offlc,al communication l.sued L the Belgian Government. " . -... a.v of hnrd fighting, our . MMi left fortified positions at "" p ' ... ..inok the German forces In ,h". BruMels-Louvaln-Mallnes triangle, W iJ1 . ,..., t.- milAf fluff nf have returned wiimn .- m Antwerp fortifications. .The sortie, which at first seemed to merely a skirmish operation nealnst ' . .,onnr4 loft by tho cnomy In front of Antwerp, developed Into an ac tion on an extensive .u. .. "'' 1 ,.. vrv strong, owing to the a.ture of the ground and the earthworks thrown up during tno inai iwi- The necessity ior nuiu,.. v... .- .. , .KtlnA tViA nnmv to ,. at ui """" " ...J .t. tilt for U avaiiaDie ior. .. . .. .. mn nrmv corps, which ...

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. — 14 September 1914

.7wr ' TpSBSSsSpvSSs Tl tf EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, lit', 1014' BOY OF 19, SLAVE OF DRUGS, SEEKS TO BEGIN NEW LIFE Tells Amazing Story of the Ease With Which He Was Able to Buy Nerve Destroying Substances. Twenty-four hours out of n pol'op cell, a boy of 19, pale, thin nlid hardly nhle to drns one foot after the other, told toda how he took to using cocaine and heroin and what the drugs have done to him In the two years he has been their victim William Schaffer, DJ2 Olive street, is the boy. Ho was arrested as a tllsordeilv character. Magistrate Tracy, at the Eleventh and Winter streets station, gave him his freedom ycslcrdav Today he be gins his fight against the drugs. Schaffcr Is a flaxen-haired youth who was fairly sturdy In (he day before he began experimenting with hetoln. He weighed about 110 PouhiIb then. Toda his weight Is down to 110 and the clothe-" ho wears arc sizes too large, tinmen on,-p they nttod him. Ills head hangs vvenU.v and ho has trouble...

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. — 14 September 1914

BTBNING JTCTiaTn?,-.PHILADELPniA. MONDAY; ftEfrTEMBEB U, 1014. $ MAYOR COMING HOME TOMORROW TO URGE COUNCILS TO DUTY Will Send Message Asking Inclusion of Transit Loan in the $11,700,000 Loan Bill. Mayor Bl.inUenburB will return to Ills .., on joBnn Suuaro tomorrow from HO,m ... . l. -.l HI... TI1....1. Atlantlo City, wncro no " " "... nburg hftvo been spendlnR the lant two weeks following the closhiff of their dimmer home nt Pocono Pines. Ths Maor Is not expected to 1o In Ms ofdeo tomoriow, but will go directly from the Vortli Philadelphia Station to his homo to nutomobllo. The loturn of the Mayor has been prompted by the doflnlte as ..ranee that Councils will mcot In spe !ST lm o Thursday to Institute firislatloi for submlttlnB tho $11,700,000 Sfn to the voters In November. That assurance has como from Presl . ' nansley of Select Council In reply t t ho followlns letter from Mayw Blank inhmc sent to 1'icldents Ilnnslcy, of So "ct Council, and McCurdy, of Common Council! I notice I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

'WWTOFf -is wm$ crias imu it-PH mra HfoWHUJ ' TK WAR TAX BILL HELD DP PENDING RETURN OF THE PRESIDENT Wrangling Over Plan to In clude Freight Causes Dem ocratic Leaders to Delay Report to House. si l? "WASHINGTON. Sept R-Emerccncy revenuo legislation will hold chief In terest In the House this week, despite tha delay In the Introduction of the Ad ministration bill to provide 4100.000,000 a year, which the Treasury will need be causo of the falling off of einloms duties on Account of the European war. In dlcatlons aro now that the bill may nut reach tho floor of th House until Wednesday or Thursday, but the wrang ling over tho proposed tax on freight shipments has reached such a stage that a Democratic caucus In planned early till week when several Dcmocruts will seek to overthrow tha freight tat provision of tha bill. Tha original program was that tho rerenue bill, agreed upon by a majority of tho Democrats of tho Ways and Means Committee, would bo Introduced last Saturday and would...

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