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

r' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 101. S lOVECRAZED YOUTH tit TIT fi ll 1 1 1 I'll A f I 1 1 FUHud mu mu INTO GIRL'S FACE hotman Pratt Makes Des ! Derate Attack on Fiancee iand Then Attempts Sui- cide In Hospital Now. tills love Pimtncu after having biic ,rcJcc! I" lending Ills sweetheart to the Threshold of tlio nltar. lO-yenr-olcl Noi- ,.rnit, of 5303 I-cna street, Gorman- ..,. .... nifiirlr mi nrnttv Thmcfln. muii. ninue " " Viifitiattln and members of her family ftllh carbolic acia. m- " i" .. 'mantottii Hospital )n dmiKcr of losing "ii nlfllit. Trait lias l'"11 employed "- ticket teller In the Spring Garden atrcot stn Rion of tho Heading Railway. Ills ut foclt uas tho culmination of a trip to Jlkton, Mil.. Mt ''I'ss i.' iizmarun, niai Tuesday. They dlffcicd on tho question 'if whether or not n pi lost should marry ffliem and returned without the ceremony IWng performed. E Miss FlUmnrtln's father heard of tho f.L nnd forbade Pratt to visit his tlaugh- Jui nrni...

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. — 21 September 1914

EZ "Jir . -. I 1 fi EVENING LEDG.m-PniLADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 31, 1914. iV GERMANS RUSH HEAVY FORCES TO ANTWERP TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANK MOVEMENTS I V -Hhlcl t tlvaio I would jit W x K Ida V K ytster K Vfr RHEIMS CATHEDRAL 1 1 ORDERED SPARED, IS GERMAN REPLY France, With Historic , Church in Ashes, Prepares Protest to Powers Priest Saved Teuton Prisoners. Bi;ttli.s ty way of Tlio llogncj, Sclt. 51. Tlte bombardment of niictma wns n'CeBj.py licctuso tho heaviest French lire wns coming from the direction nf tlio city, nti olltclnl gliitcniunl Issued by thn Wttr Olllce today declared. It la ttnted that orders wore listied Hint the. artillery Should (pftie the Cnthcilral of Kotrt tinme which lati hack to the 13th crntiiiy, nml which l I'Poit1"! d -rncl. BonnRAIA, Sept 21. I'rpolitmt Poliwnt toitn.v directed a Initnnl vrtct to nil iioutinl Poncis eKHtnxt ilc.tructlon of the hlftorh cathedral of Khelmi by tit" Ucrman artlllon. The bombardment 1m declared to havo conducted "tor the sole...

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. — 21 September 1914

t It" ' Is. I" lit' EVENING- L'lnDaBR-PHlUAlDliJLPHI M&TnTDAT, STSPTETKBITR "21', IQl''i 5 TELL-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. 21. Tho subjoined table, giving tho amounts appropriated by Congress for the support of tho Gov ernment for the years 1913-M and 1011-15, )s complied from the chronological history of the Sixty-third Congress, propared by tho clerks to tho Committees on Appro priations of the Houso nnd Senate, cents being disregarded: 11)14-1.1. lAnrlculturo .Army ..... jiiUomntlc , .Dlt. nl Col Slli.RlVi,S.12 JU ,nit. nl Columbia, FoitMcatlon Jumna . I.pRliIatlvo Military Academy Navy rvmlon roatntflco ........ Jlller mm imrwi ... . Bur.dry civil 110.07O.!!27 Ut.ntli.2IU l.flW.R.V. 12,l72,MO r., 027,700 11.771,1102 3T,(Rll,221) tl!l7,"!l 111,503,710 IWMBO.WK) 313,nUI,(,07 inia-14. $iT,UHii.(iin D4,2iill.l4!i :i,7.lu,W2 1i.3s.i.t:iii -i.218....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

y1 ,' ' G EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 1&14 CITY HALL OF LOUVAIN BEFORE AND AFTER THE GERMAN TORCH WAS APPLIED TO CITY WH MB W . AVENUES OF BLOOD REYEE BATTERIES' t BCAP-DEGC! AM A TO MD riuunuoij vn aioud Ami'tiB the nurred rubbish Iny uhlstlu. Its silken cord blnod- aii'l the whistle irushcil and Men Puisieux xuns at his post a silver stained hloudy. Aeross the plain, where lie many ot the s'.aln French and Germans uhu fell in u tharso uftalnst the trenches, anothuf b.ittory foiisht and was wounded, rlosc to the spinney lie horses and caissons In one hideous heap, and beyond the spinney Is a wood of dense crowtii. The wood Is In perpetual shadow, and it Is well that darkners should hide the horrors I saw amons those trees. Who Fed Lie in Ghastly . PEOPLE. NOT THE RULERS, Mounds Beside Iron Skele tons. ALLIES' LINES, BLAMED FOR GREAT WAR m. r-t- HA S: "'I r ft. if 1 1? If- tit BEHIND THE FRANCE, Sept. 21. To the Khastly iluhls about 1'ulsleux I came, throug...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

EVENING EEDGEB PHIIADELPHlA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, I01- OLD HATRED FEEDS ITALIAN WAR SPIRIT AGAINST AUSTRIA People, Yearning to Recover Lost Provinces and Avenge Ancient Wrongs, Resent the Government's Neutral Policy. By LINDSAY DASHFORTJ mrrespondent of the London Di'ily Mall, C MIIAN. Sept. 21. "Flel'.t? Of cott-re wo shall flgbtl Wo hall txat the Austrlans onco for all and Tln back tlio Trcntlno and Trieste. Then Jtnly wilt bo united. Atn1," added tho cld Innkeeper, "wo shall be helnhiff the English. That's what wo mean to do." Wo shall bolp the English." A Bcore of eaccr Italian voloeB echoed tho Inn fctop'r's words In variety of rough yet tfvld Itallar dla'octs. A ntnuise t w" were wo who had .m dumped ''own at Cormons, a tiny customs town on tho Austro-ItaHan fron tier at 2 o'clook lr thei morning from In Austrian troop aln a quarter of a Hi. long that lay nov- In Its siding ko in anormous acafl stmkel Mo ly Italian inilsrants from Trie" nd the neighbor lii oonrtry-a dlrtv, vi...

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

t ""'Hn s EVENING- LEDGEltPHILADELPHlA, MONDAY, SBPffEMBflR 1 1914 A EVENING &$& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY" CYJivs t!. ic. cirntis. l'maiMtsT. 00. W Oclis. Secretary: John C Martin, Treasurer; Charles It. l.urtlngton, Philip S. Collin. John II. Wll ilm, Director;., HbtTontAt. noAtiD: Ctnta It. K. CeitTtS. Chalrmnn. P. H. WltALBY Executive Editor jOltfJ O. MAttTIN OMwraUtuslne Manawr I'uUl.ihetl rlally. except Surnlay. at Prm.tr Lnroiti: Iliilldln. IndeiiemUnca Square. Philadelphia. hrtar.n Or-XTtut, .Broad and CheMnut Streets ATLANTIC Crr Prew-nuon lliilldlng NKW YORK 170-A. Metropolitan Tower CitlcAoo Sir Home Insurance ItulMlnfc LOkdos 8 Waterloo rince, Fall Mall. 3. V. Ncwsurii-Auai .., JtAnaisacnn Dcimd The ralriol u Mob Wahhisciiov m-RMU The Po.1t tlu Idln Kkw York JIeiieiu The Tlmw llullilltiK IlicnU.s itcRKtr t FrtcilrlcJitrn;n I-oxno.v llrmuu 2 fall Mall Hast. S. V. FAuis IK-saiv ..12 Uuo Louis lo Urand StilSCMI'TlONTKHMS fly carrier. D.iu.t O.vt.Y, six cents. By ...

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

-t8 EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. D SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Invitations for a bridge to bo given In October. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Xttohllngr, of the Bat-tram, have returned from the shoro. Mr. and Mrs. (Wllllftni II. Gnno have taken apartments at Hampton Court for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bheehan, of 4914 Chestnut street, have returned from Atlantic City, where they spent the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. Henry Williams, who spent the Bummer abroad, have returned and will spend the winter at the Bartram. Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Brunner and Miss Carrie Brunner, of the Norniandlc, havo returnod from Atlantic City. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Clalborno HIckB, of Hampton Court, havo returned to their home, ha vine snent thn summer at Wlldwood. 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, li...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON t,' j" rv. if- 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. The tIbo and dreadful fall of the At lantic Oconn! Wliy, I think that com pared with It the rise and fall of tho Itoman Empire Itself must have been the merest trifle. One alts upon thp deck und sres the stmnsu gjmnastlcs of tho sea. For up, up, up tho ocean surges till one thinks tho boat must swamp. Then down, down, down tho racing wators fly, while lone and shuddeiing vibrations shake tho ship from stem to stern. A cot tain very human analogy mlsht easily bo drawn Just heie, but tlmre ure times when, oven for the embellishing of a tale, a parallel had best be left alone. Let It sulUce to xy that mal-dc-mcr haa never troubled me. My cnblnmatei were all laid low. n melancholy band. Be tween the paroxysm...

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

"'vitfVffli ' ' ebhs3 ST"- '. TJYTLXmG EEDqEB-PHIEADEIPHIX, MONDAY, STliPTEJVrBEB 21,13 ti GERMAN SOLDIER THINKS GERMANS WILL WHIP WORLD Officer Declares Teutons Despise" English Forces and Will Humiliate Great Britain Letter to Mother in New York. Pvms, sent. 21. This Icltfi- wni wiltlrn Ity Curl fidmiltlt, rorpurnl, SGth cierinmi Infantry, Miillowvl nt QoblPiiz, to Ills mothor In Nrw Vork city. II wns carried by com let from Gublcnz to Holland and mailed to this country. The Boldlcr writes: "Ooblenz. Friday 'mornlne, Auit. 28, 1811. "Deal1 Mother "Your letter of August 3d nt hnnd nt this moment. I trust you hnve received my letter wherein I spoke of the bomb altacKS on uumenz uy r rrncn nyers our Ik Ihn nlcht of Aucust .1 nml 4. t lind already written two letters to you, but they were ootn rcturnoa uy tno censor. Lot us bono this one will reach you. "During the attack of tho French wo ivero during four hours exposed to flro of the cannons, machine guns, rides nnd falling bombs, wh...

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

m 12 EVENING LEDGEK-IHIL'ADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1014. DOOIN'S CLUB PLAYS ST. LOUIS HERE TODAY-MACKMEN ENGAGE CLEVELAND NINE PHILLIES LAST WEEK TRAVELED AT WINNING CLIP Won Eight Games Out of Nine in Seven Days, Hav ing Piled Up 50 Runs on 82 Base Hits. The past week lint been otic nC al most perfect prosporlt.v In the rntika of the Phillies. In this time the Daisies havo played nine games on lite homo Kiotinds and have won eight of thorn. Lost Momlav nftcrnoun the Glattts wero hero for n double-header and. after the local men had lost the open ing tilt, they went after their pennant aspiring opponents, completely batter ing down their defense and winning out easily, 10-C. That was the signal for the best l'hllly sprint of tho year. This victory over Now York seemed to put new life Into the men and they havo been pining a brand of halt frotu that Uato on. which, If kept up for threo weeks nt one given period In the season, would practically have tlnclied the flog fm them, pr...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

w y EVENING LEPaEB PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1U14- 13 GLIMPSE FROM PAGE , OF FRENCH HISTORY IN DARK DAYS OF '71 Removal of Capital to Bor dcux Revives Memory of Country's Plight After German Conquest. By QEOHOE DUFBESNE m,.ir Corrcipondent of tho International News bur -. r sen Ice. i pAIttS, Sept. 18. Tho slttlhp of the French capital at Bordeaux during a part of the grcnt European war, nnd the transfer of the Belgian capital from BruB iels to Antwerp, brings vividly to mind the days of 1870-71, when tho French capl t,i was moved to Botdcaux. It was to Bordeaux that the sent of delegated Administration was removed early In December, 1870, when tho army cf the Lolro was beaten and tho Ger mans recaptured Orleans, from which they had been driven out a month be- ' fore. The Provisional Government, which idzcd the Administration ot France on the downfall of the Empire at Sedan remained nominally In rarls throughout ' the siege. They were called derisively by their opponents "...

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

PRICE one aEora BRYN MAWR HORSE i SOCIETY MAKES BOW TO KING HORSE AT BRYN MAWK feliuw SHOW OPENS TODAY; , TO LAST ALL WEEK f- Kecord List of Entries, the Officials Say Hound Show the First Ever Weld in America. lVhre U iho ipiAdv ra:tnc tr.' H' paifcel outside Ine i.nc Where Dobbin's Hooded relatives are proudlt caperlnc:, Win! where 1 the man who loudly aiiem. "the poor old herfe tntit RoT' Sun's learning point of hiMcflcsh it the una Manr oiiiilne show. Pcdlgieed ami well-groomed horse? camp Jnto theli own again today and 1iodc lespleudcnt In Hip brilliant sun light of n ppvfci t ntitumii morning nt the opening nt the twentieth nnnual Hryn Mawr llorso Show Hundieds of hand timely qownrd women, attended by eon vnttotiallv attired men. wete giouped about the tan baik oval and applauded with enthusiasm the showing of favorite". A tecoid list of entiles marks the show this yetu. Both In number and quality tif the animals shown today all the ho: so show enthusiasts realized that this j...

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. — 21 September 1914

SPORTS FINAL feVEKING Mbvh fcMBmaaH Wm iimi ! mum a LEDGER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I-NO. 7 rmUUXEIiPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTHMBEK 21, 1014. MICE ONE OBNT DASH OF BAYONET CHARGE FOILED AS ALLIES CHECK FOE Craonne, Near Centre of Long Battle Line, Is Point of Most Desperate Assault; London Reports Von Kluk's Retreat ' On German Right. French Occupy Heights of Lassigny, West of Noyon, and Capture Three Towns Near Centre of Battle Line in Champagne. PARIS, Sept. 21. German forces, In a aeries of despcr ite assaults In the region of Craonne, today resorted to tho bayonet, but wera Jepulsed by tho Allies with conolder Vble loss. ' The Invaders' assaults were espe cially violent east of the Olso and north tf the Alsnc. ' At 3 o'clock this afternoon tho War Office Issued this omclal statement: On our left wlngr, on the right bank of the Olse, we have advanced to the heights of Lasslgny (west of Noyon). East of the Olse and to t the north of the Alsne the Germans havo shown an Increase In activity. Viole...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

ras 2 " v EVENING L'EDCWtt-PHlXJADEEPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEB m. Ifftfo BATTLE OF TRENCHES RAGES WITH THUNDER OF ARTILLERY NIGHT AND DA BAYONET CHARGE FOILED; ALLIES CHECK FOE Continual from Pno 1 lied forces holding tho position being drlvon off with hciwy slnughtor. Tho attacks mado by tho French In tho centre of tho Vosgea Mountains, In the neighborhood of Donon, Sonones and Sanies, were repulsed." It was ofnclally announced this aft ernoon that tho German rlBht -win and centre had been greatly reinforced In France, and that Verdun, French fort ress, was being attacked from two tildes. GERMAN'S RIGHT RETREATS, IS LONDON ANNOUNCEMENT LONDON, Sept. 21. The Germnn rlht Ib retiring. Whether It 1b dropping back to oRCapo being enveloped by tho Franro-Urltlah troops or Is moving ti effort n Juncture- with the 100,000 reinforcements said to have been Hcnt to General von Kink's aid from Maubeuge Is still un certain, although military observers aro Inclined to believe- the movement Is a rea...

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

n ., mmnm youth FUNGS HOT ACID ! INTO GIRL'S FACE Norman Pratt Makes Des perate Attack on Fiancee and Then Attempts Sui cide In Hospital Now. IftTLIlMllB-PHnllDEtPHil, MOT)'AY SBP MEMBER ,21, "T ' g VICTIM OF A LOVER'S WRATH Theresa Fitzmartiu. of 5618 Lena itreet, who was badly burned today with carbolic acid thrown by a suitor. Ills love flpurnert after ImvliiR suc ceeded In leading IiIb sweetheart to the threshold of the altnr. ID-ynnr-oltl Nor man Pratt, of C103 I.enn ntreet, Cterinnn town, mado an attack on pretty Tlidrsa Fltrmaitln a nil members of her family with carbolic acid. He Is In the Opi mantown Hospital In danger of losing his Blent. Pratt has been employed as a ticket teller In tho SpilnKCSarclen sttfct Bta tlon of the Heading Hallway, ills at tack van tho culmination of a. tilp to Elkton, JId., with Miss Fltzmartln, last Tuesday, 'fhey differed on tho question of whether or not a priest Hhould marry thtm and returned without tho cei oniony belnff performed. Miss Flt...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

bansa ,, t "SwJ.rr V. --v & rf ,i !.". 4 EYIpyiyG LEDafeR-PHILAbELHIAr MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2il UOlU. 2,000,000 TROOPS AGAIN GRAPPLE IN THIRD GREAT BATTLE OF GALICIAN CAMPAIGN FRANCE PROTESTS TO U.S. AGAINST RUIN ' OF RHEIM'S TEMPLE rifles and held up his hands. "Do not shoot them, my friends," he crlrd. Just then . German shell struck the. wall of the Cathedral and the priest uns showered by dirt tuid wortnr. The t bursting of n shrapnel drowned his voice, but his lips could be seen moving i "Kill their'' wcamea tho mob ngnln, cursing the GerMftns nnd shaking their I lls's. A few women In tho crowd Imwlml J In their rage nnd sp.U upon the wounded soiuiors as tney woro carried through tho throng to A nearby building; "Don't Ore," cried the little priest again "You would make yourselves as guilty as they arc." Tho picture was one never to be for- aj gotten as Hint calm-fnccd priest, fulilltlng arOCCl. the duties of his holy ulhVe, stood bravelv u U....- ,1... .ift- - ,., . ijriuic m...

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

lBS Tmk"' TaT-pmwmTmTiioWn-: September a. -im ---"-'-'-'''-'- '' ' 'ill 'iii i i ii . ii i 1 i ,i. i i. i i -i. i i iii r r s 'tell-tale figures SHOW MAJORITY'S : APPETITE FOR SPOILS Appropriations ky Congress in Last Two Years Carry Their Own Comment on Professions of Economy. WASHINGTON, Sept. 31. The subjoined table, giving the amounts appropriated by Coiirtms for tho support of the Gov crnment for the years 191.1-14 and 1914-15, a compiled from the chronological history of the Sixty-third Congress; prepared by the clerks to tho Committees on Appro priations of tho House and Senate, cents bclns disregarded! MM-tii. Iti13-t4. irrlculture JID.8im.IMZ JIT.WW.H4B Irmv Dlllomfttlr ,' Dlst of Columbia, Fottinratlon ..,. Indian Legislative Military Academy Navy pension VAXtAfflPP .......I Hirer anJ harbor... MM-til. M0.Sit.VM2 101,0111,218 IP4.Sfin.14S 4,:uin,syj :i Tno,ni2 1!!,172,.VW ll.ail.T.lt) ,-,ll2T,;)0 .', 21S2:.C) n.TTI.nna . n,4Sii,si!i 37.0.10,2211 8.. 172.4.U HDT.'SIK) 1,0WI...

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

nr n EVENING EEDGEB tfelBADEEPHlA', MONDAt, SBPtffJfSSilE -6: PENROSE, STIRRED BY PROSPECTIVE PROBE, RETURNS TO SENATE Xppears iti Seat There for First Time in Many Weeks Resolution of In quiry Indorsed. frnoM a stait ronnroroshPNT ) WASHINGTON', Sept SI -Senator Pon Toto was present In the Senate todnv for the first time In scveial weeks It Is understood that ho will remain here until the N'orrls resolution, piovldlng for a senatorial investigation of the prlm-irv contests In Pennsylvania and Illinois, tho object of which shall be to determine whether money was used unliwtullv In the primary contests In these States, has been considered In the Committee cm Privileges and niectlont Senator ttern, tho chairman, hopes to get the members of the committee together tomoitow "Teleg urns and letters nio pouring In from eve- section or tlie coiintrv, Indors ing the resolutlnii fm the Investigation suggested b Senator Vorrls," the lnttor's secretary todnv asserted These communication will he...

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

W3 K y ' r-rr flYlSyiffq kEfl&Ell PHILADELPHIA, HOKPAY, SBPTliTjVtBISK 21, IfrU. -if-- w Hk fW" s nrr FEAR OF BRITISH . HOLDS NORWEGIAN I SHIP IN PORT HERE Reported Delay in Sailing of .Sommerstad Said to Be Due to Presence of Essex Off Delaware Capes. Mjstery surroundltiR the rtelny In the falling from this pott of tho Norwegian stenmililp Sommeistnct, which cleared n neck Ago, has nroiised much specula tion In ehlppliifr circles. Tho easel la juaxlly laden with coal and general car go usually reckoned as ship's supplies. According to her clearance papers, she Ja ostensibly scheduled to sail for Cadiz, Spain. Tho cause of delay was not ex plained by Captain Axclsen, master of the vessel, or Its osent, William J, Grand- Held. Men supposed to know tho port's busi ness thoroughly when asked for nn ex planation merely shrugged their shoul ders and laconically replied: "Isn't the British cruiser Essex lying off tho Dela naro Capes?" This remark Is taken to Indicate that the vessel's...

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

8 '., i M EVENING tMi LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY emus it, k, cunTis, pmibet. Ceo. W. Och. Secretary; John C. Mftrttn. J",ft,9UwM: Cntrlct H. Aldington, Philip S. Collln, John B. Wil liam. Dlrwtero. . EDITORIAL BOAttD: Ciscs It K. Curtis, Chulrmsn. r. It. WHAt.EY EcullveEdller JOHN C. MAltTlN OtnriOJUiBlnMnnag Publlheft dally, mp' Sunday, at. r''l'l"l,,t,tno" Hulldlns, Independents Svire. J hl'adflrhm. ttMM CENMAt, Ur0Bd,?B$.CihM "itu Mine Jlrr k-tno Pitt .. Prf.M-CH'"'1 HulKiinK Nrw York 170-A. Metropolitan Tower London 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Man. s. w. xnws ltunEArs : ,,.,, ,,.. JVAntxnTO tirnr.tc Lh r? nut dine Nr.w York ntjiEAit The r ?' I""" London IIchmu 2 rail Mall Kt. P. w. Parir Bureau 32 nuo Louis lo urana sfnrniPTioN teams By carrier. rutt.T Only. lx cent j. Byj mall. P"P?'2 mitolde of Philadelphia, ex.-rrt hfri forojrtn poMM In rehired. Dm. bst.v, one month, tTnty-mo cents. DAtLT Oxtr. one year, three dollar. All mull sutwerip tloni payable In advance. BELL, 3000 WALNUT...

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