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

.. . I,, r i f- li -ir'-- - nut - i f 111 i iiir i ninii " " ' ' ' '"" ','"' ' '" ' V ' , " ' " IL" "' -"-'" ---"" :' '--'-' . . -'-" i 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA : 'V '': " ' V - Vf! U ft - . " , . Vy 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 ha3 yet been set for the wedding. rlSS VIItOINIA HOBERTS, daughter of Mr. IVlnnrt Mrs. Geoigo Y. 13. Roberts, of 1E0S Dc Lnnccy place, will bo Introduced to society it a tr-a which will bo Riven in her honor tho ifternoon of November 3. ' Ir. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts will give a tmall dinner dance in honor of Miss Roberts nd Miss Els.-v Reath, who will also bo a debu tante, at their home in Rivcrton, tho night of Etptcmbcr 21'. The guests will bo 75 In number, Hid will Include only debutantes and the ...

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. — 21 September 1914

-rj -fi r r- 10 EVENING EEDaEBPHTEADELP&IA, MOHDAT, SEPTE,MBEH Q ,1914; WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRQ 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 Occnn! Why, I think that com pared with It the rlso and fall of the Itonian Umpire Itself must have been the merest trifle. One sits upon the deck and sees the strange gymnastics of the sea. for up, up. up the ocean surges till one thinks the boat must swamp. Then down, down, down Iho rnclns waters fly, while Ions ntul shuddering vibrations shake the ship from stem to stern. A certain very human analogy might easily be drawn Jut here, but there are times when, even for the embellishing of ft tale, a parallel had host be left alone. Let It sulllce to say that mal-de-mer has never troubled me. My ciblnmates wcro nil laid low. a melancholy band, Be tween the ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

ifflB OF ALLIES Control European W ATHM REPORT J3ritisli Admiralty Announces Victory for Carmania, But Admits Reverses in Far off Seas German Victory in Baltic. nonoEAUX, sepi . ' n-ha (lefts of the Allies control th At- lantc. Midlterrancaii .... .- . rordlng to on omciui i'w ....-v... ' element published today In tho Mont- Uur do la ioie. l LONDON. Sept. 21. 1 Tho admiralty has reported a nurnbor ef encounters In far-oft maters. In tho ' principal action tho atixltlary cruiser Crmanld rank a German armed mer- i chant cruiser Tho oftlclal bulletin an nounces details na follows: The Carmania, Captain Noel Grant, It. jf , went Into action September 14 oft tho .it coast of South America with a Ger man armed merchant cruiser, supposed o be the Trafalgar, of Berlin, mounting eight four-Inch guns nnd pompoms. Tho ' action lasted ono hour nnd forty-nvo mtn utM. when tho German ship capsized and tank, her Burvlvors being rescued by an empty collier Of the Carmanla's crew nine men were kill...

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

vW'f t '--'$.' 12 ! ..i i PENN FOOTBALL PLAYERS TO BE NUMBERED IN FIRST GAME-AT A. U. MEETING TODA SEVENTY GOLFERS ENTER EVENT AT NOBLE TOMORROW Annual Tournament for Ber thellyn Cup to Be Feature at Huntingdon Valley Country Club. Krnctly 70 entries have been received tor the annual tournament for the Berth ellyn Cup, the qualifying round of whleh will be pliycd ut the Huntingdon Volley Country Club, S'oble, tomorrow. The trophy, which as presented four yean ego by r"alel F, Vox, Is now a vciy cov eted one, and without exception all the lest local pl.iers have entered, und In nUllll 11 these will be a sprinkling of out of-town entries. In addition to the chief l.rlze the. .Noble Cup will ko to the wlnnor of the st-coml 16. The player having the lowest score In the uuallfylng round will locidve n gold medal and tho vunners-up In each 1G and tho winner of the defeated eiht In thi first IS will receive prizes. The pairings are us follows. It nO-Mr nlob r Feu, HuntlnKdon Valley, anil ....

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

r n i V- f f- frv-r.- V- -e- -V -If v r y -- t V -- 1j V f BVEfiriyg pBDaBft-PHtaADBiipja:!' mondayf .September 21, jjjg. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED HERE ON MORE ACTIYE BASIS Committees Supervising Sales Lift Bars and Decide to Permit Salesmen to Go After New Business. No week since, the outbreak of hos tilities jn curopo 1ms opened under moro fnorablo conditions than tho present cne. Tho thins of jnost Import locntly was tlio, announcement today of thu Commlttco on Unlisted Securities that trading would ho allowed by Philadel phia houses, under lca rigid rules than have been In effect heretofore. Brokers nnd Investment hankers nro now per mitted to send out salesmen nnd to so licit business by telephone, hut tho transactions must bo mado with tho approvnl of tho committee. Similar rulings with icgnrd to bond trading by members of tho l'hllndclphk Stock Kx chanRo wcie nunounccd today by tho Special Committee of Five. ...

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

m'iWniwwMiwUij V SPORTS FINAL i. Sh V j IN 11N VJ LEDGER SPORTS FINAL -'' VOI. 130. 7 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT GRIEF BOWS CAPTAIN TORN FROM FAMILY BY CHANGE OF WAR NEW ERA DAWNS AS SECRETARY DANIELS STARTS SHIPWAYS Ship's Master, Warbound in This Port, Has Had Little Word From Loved Ones Son Held Prisoner. Official, in Breaking Ground, D e c 1 a-r e s Improvement Means Vast Industrial Boon to City and Yard. BREAKING GROUND FOR NAVY YARD SHIPWAYS J u 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. Secretary of the Nnvv Josephus Dan iels, wielding n gilt-covered pick, nno Director of Wharves, Docks and Perries George W. Norrls, with n slmllailj coat ed tpidc, due a small hole In the ground mi tlif western waterfront of tlm Phila dclphl.t Navy Vnnl nt 1 o'cloik ih s iifternonn The cotemonv, simple In Itself, a ire. menrlmy impressive In Its posslnilitir It...

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

m iwiiiir im nr-i-anT wi mi- MniBmiiiimriinnH irni - r -rmwar' mmv pimmm mu u ', u jiiiy --? - n wfpwwjiyi ijpMpPiPWfWW'W11' Wl'W y- WflPWWIWJPP1 "' WV-'WIM1 J!pMIJUJ m ' --- -T-' ?--.-.. 1wmrir. - - mmfqiw'"""" -''wir,,tT " r -, ,... VOL. I-NO. 7 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT PROGRESSIVES WILL ASK ROOSEVELT'S AID IN PURGING PARTY Housecleaning Faction Pre pare Appeal to Leader for Personal Investigation of Alleged Betrayal in State. Preparations arc being made for an np I peal to Theodore Itooaovclt to come Into ' Pennsylvania and Investigate the alleged ', fcetrayul of the Progressive party here by ' William Fllnn, of Pittsburgh, and 13. A. ' Vn Valkenburg, of Jhls city, arc under This move on tho part of the faction t In the Washington party, which Is con ' ducting the State-wide movement to , throw off the Fllnn-Van Valkenburg con trol and rehabilitate the party, came ( simultaneously with their rejection of I Gilford Plnchot as the Progressive can ' d...

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

fiyHPJI"fNPi iMM'Wi E2S!?Z5f $. ' EVENING LED.GE'B-PHILADELFHIA, MONDAY,. SEPTEta&ER Si, 1914. 2 EVENING LED.GEBPHILADELrHIA MQyPAY,, gEPTJDjl.iiJMC i J-- - -. BATTLE OF "TRENCHES RAGES WITH THUNDER OFARTILLERY NIGHT AND DAY ;r7"r:rlriiT',r' wmmmm .- ,.:v.' i guns transform threegerman corps attacks made by tho French In the and Pnale., were repulsed." BKililai-, ", V '" 'iVV&t ?' v '" ' ' ' T)T7 TimTT?TTT IF R T T 17V TM ft TW II Nflfl A (I A TWQT 100,000 RUSHED TO SAVE VON KLUK, LONDON REPORTS LONDON, Sept. 21. So Berlous has the position of Gen eral von Klutc, on the Clerman right, become, that It la declared 100,000 men are being rushed to his assistance from Belgium. The resistance of Von lluk'? wing has been determined, but the nl lied forces are continuing ihelr move ments In an endeavor to outflank him. Anxiety Is Increasing in London Sis tho battle of the. AIno continues with out the allied forces being able to gain ny appreciable advantage over tho Germans. The str...

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

rtWfH EVENING IiEfiGEE-J?.HIJADEtPHIA, MONDAY,. SEPTEMBER; 21, 191S. 3 IVE-CRAZED YOUTH FLINGS HOT ACID INTO GIRL'S FACE 1 r Norman Pratt Makes Des- ! pcrate Attack on Fiancee an Id J d Then Attempts Sui- 1 c;de In Hospital Now. jm. iov spurned after having sue leVded lii leading his sweetheart to tho ihrfshold of ths altar, 19-year-old Nor mm Prlt, of PS03 Lena street, Cterman Kwn made an attack on pretty Theresa ritunwtln and members of her family ih carbolic acid. He la In the Ger mantown Hospital In danger of loslns Pratt ha been employed as a ticket ..Iter In tho Spring Garden street sta tion cf tho heading Hallway. His at J., was the culmination of a trip to rL, hm.. with Miss Fltzmartln, last Tufidtt. T'"y differed on tho question it whether or not a priest should marry thin) ana rciurutu mmum u ivuiuiu ttlBt performed. Mils Kltzmartln'a father heard of tho triD and forbade Pratt to visit his daugh ter again. Pratt came to the Fltzmartln icime MIS Lena street, last nlglit. Ho...

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

f. f n 4. EVENING LEDaEft-PHILADELPHIA, MOffDAY. EPTEM.BEB 21, 1,914. 2,000,000 TROOPS AGAIN GRAPPLE IN THIRD GREAT BATTLE OF GALICIAN CAffPAIGl FRANCE PROTESTS TO U.S. AGAINST RUIN OF RHEIM'S TEMPLE "Wanton Vandalism" in rifles and held up liln hniuts. "Do not shoot them, mv friends " lm cried. JUSt then R UertllAll Ahetl dtlllck Hip Wnll of the Oitl.eilrnl nnd Hip nrlnitt i I showered bi dlrl and mortar The bursting of ix slirnrmol drowned his voice, but his lips could be seen inovliifr "Kill tliotn' ' Detrained the mob nenlti, curslns' the nerimiiis nnd slinking their fists A tew women In the ciowd bowled In their mse nnd pnt upon the wounded soldiers ns tlini were carried throush the tbrnnir In n nrnrlu liulMtHtr "Don't fire." cried the lltllo tiis D. - p, ... , BRain "ion uomu mtiKe lUiiirselvcs as cstrucion oi Beautiful "V'!1'' ,8,llll' "" The picture wan one never lo be fot ".. I. J .-I T tL - J Rotten as that enlm-fnceil priest. fuinilltiK Cathedral Is Charged. ti. dune of m...

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

W TV u '"' EVENIK& LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, lglf- 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. The subjoined Ublfc, fflv'n& "" amounts appropriated by, Congress for ths support of the Gov ernment f6r the years 1913-H and 19U-I5, Is compiled from the chronological history of the Sixty-third Congress, prepared by the clerks to the Committees on Appro priations of the Ifoitse and Senate, cents being disregarded : tnu-i.i, ln,sii3.M2 101,01f,2l2 4,30tI.8S!5 . 12,17S,Mtl ' B,n27,TOO B,771,pn2 87,0.10,220 ini7,w Arrleuttur - D.l6m.tlJ .'' plat, of Columbls Fortlnetlon InflUn "" I,(tls itlre .. Sivy" ...."".... l,S(VS7ifl -C--l-I, - tan iKnmn fSitpffTee '::.'!.... 813,'g(m:oo7 'ncfvg:" wMHi Totals S022.84S.7g3 pendencies 33,30.1.587 ' Totals J52,212.!l-n MlcelInou 0,000.000 InM-H. 17,OSO,OI5 04,200.14.1 3 730,012 11,383,730 H.218,2.-,0 0...

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

immmrwmimmmmmmwwn nun u u i EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, .SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. HALL OF LOUVAIN BEFORE AND AFTER THE GERMAN TORCH WAS APPLIED TO CITY MMM i mwmvmsmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmsmmmmmmmtmmmmm iumi . imtnaj Wm 6 it CITY mw&tim"-:!r,wiim$gi ! t . v i " M ' s , i,i ' :: ,- 4 Ps&t&fct ikxiMM . 1' . AU!E1 . . . u ." r?.? , & j4i A t. i ' V5K r. ' .- v ; t .. p ,i' -' V" - - - R 1 v v ' I it ' . .(?( N"S ' s , , lira -.,. - '- ' ' S '' s I I ill Tf? ' .- j - .- ' . in wz. '" AVENUES OF BLOOD REVEAL BATTERIES' PROGRESS OH AISMEE Men Who Fed Guns at Puisieux Lie in Ghastly Mounds Beside Iron Skeletons. I his pn.t AmiiriK thf I'inrrwil rubbish lay a silver whistk, Its silhen mrrt blnod- I stnlnid and the whlst.i iiinili.il and blood I Amiss the pluiii, whore lie many of the slain Trench and Ueimnns who fill In a LhaiRc n(,aint the trenches, another battery fouKht nml mis wounded. tloie the spinnej lie hor.-es nnd cnlxsoni in e hideout) heap, nnd beyond the spinney Is .i...

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

-'lFf'w-'' liSfl - ( - EVENING LEDGER. nviwwiySiBtJJ PHIL'ADEJPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER rwwlTiiSwpipyfHWWW 21, 1914. "PORK BARREL" BILL STRONGLY OPPOSED i BY THE PRESIDENT His Influence Directed to Elimination of Extravagant Items Sponsors for the Measure in Defiant Mood. WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. - President Wilson lias another formidable flRht on his Imnds this week. His Influence haa been Injected Into the situation relating to the rivers and harbors bill, now held In the Senate by a filibuster, and a let but energetic cnmpnlsn Is belnrr conducted by Administration leaders In Congress to ellmlnato all appropriations cept those for continuing projects. The significance of HiIb move will be t(e when It Is Bhown that tho bill will be cut down from Its present heavy ap propriations to approximately 113,000,000, ,hould Congress accept it. The President j making his fight quietly and tils ...etlv since ho does not wish to' ap SEr n tho light of dictating to Con lliu He Is nono tho less determ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

8 -"W&msmi I'fiftSMm rririM.mMSffv- EVENING LEDGEBOPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPtCEMBEB 21, 191g. EVENING ti$$ LEDGER PUI1LIC LEDGER COMPANY CmtS H K. CtmTIS. Pbmidknt. Qeo. VT. Cchu SMretnrr, John C Mftrtln, Treasurer-, Char) H. I.udlngton, rhlllp S. Collln, John B WIN Hm. Director EDITORIAL BOAP.D I CtiEi II K CrRTiB, Chairman P. It. WHAt.Br KterutlTg Editor JOHN C MAltTIV ... OtMfitl Builnm Mtniffr Publlshel dalls, except Sunday, nt Pontic I.spotn DullilInK, Independence Square Philadelphia I.rporn Cc-mit, Brood and rheetnut Streets Atlantic On .I'reM-t'nfon nulldlnn Nrw Tobk 170-A Metropolitan Toner Cnioino 817 Ilomn lnstiranea Building London 8 Waterloo Place, rail .Mall 8 W NnwsBtnnArs- HARaidBcmi BmrAO The Tofrtol BulldlnK WAsmsnTuv tlrmuo The Poat Building Nltw York BcreaU The Time Bulldlnn prntts Htmuc no VrledrlcMlraMe J.ONDOV Biimd 2 Pall Mall Dnt, 8 W. 1'iMt Bureau . . . . 3J Hue Louie le Urand srnscntPTiox Travis By farrier Daiit Only, Mx eent By mall, potpaM rmtalde of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

TTSSSWZS mllmammmm EVENING EBDQEft PHrTJADELPHIA, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA r " mwi'wwii mi mm i , ,- .. . . . . . - --, n MISS SARAH DOBSON FISKE Miss Fiske, who is the daughter of Louis S. Fiskc, ha3 lately announced her engage ment to Walter Jeffords, of this city. Miss Fiskc, 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. A J. DREXEL BIDDI-.E hns chosen Mon , day cvenltifj, December 14, as the dato for his concort, to be given at the Bellevuo Btratford. This concert has grown to be one or tho foremost nnnunl events in society, and numbers of prominent matrons will net as chap is rones. Miss Julia Berwlnd and her niece, Miss Mar garet Dunlaii, who aro at Munich, will sail for homo October 3 on tho rtotterdam. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Bodlne, of Sprlngfiold avenue, St. Martin's, aro being congratulated on the birth of n dnuBhter. Mrs. Bod...

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

mmmmmmmmmmmmmgmaimmi i.i n.' nniMtiaupwuiijp, 10 EVENING EEDGBE- wmmmmmmmm v,lw'qyryw pw PHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 191 ! WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON 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. Tha rise and dreadful fall of the At lantic Ocsan! Why, I think that com pared with It the rise and fall of the Roman Empire Itself must have been thn merest trine. One sits upon the deck Rnd ees the strange gymnastics of the sea. For up, up. up the ocean surges tlll.ono thinks the boat must swamp. Then down, down, down 'the racing1 waters My. while long nnd shuddering vibrations shake the ship from stem to stern. A certain very human analogy might easily b6 drawn Just hetc, but there are times when, even for the embellishing of a tale, a parallel had best be left nlone. Let It sufllce to say that mal-dc-mer has never troubled me. My cablnmate...

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

J J,73B1 ii m mil i 3B BVffJynt&. LEDEB-PHAABEIipaiA, HOfrlUT, REPTfeMBER 21, f&ll ii FLEETS OF ALLIES CONTROL, EUROPEAN WATERS, IS REPORT British Admiralty Announces Victory for Carmania, But Admits Reverses in Far off Seas German Victory in Baltic. BORDEAUX. Bept. 21. Tho fleets of the Allies control the At lantic, Mediterranean and North Sea, ac cording to an official Navy Department ttatement published today In tho Jtonl Kur do la Flote. "ZoNDON, Sept. 31. The admiralty has reported a number ef encounters In far-off waters. In the principal action the auxiliary cruiser Carmania sank n German armed mer chant cruiser. The official bulletin an nounces details as follows! The Carmania, Captain Noel Grant, II. N., went Into action September 14 oft the BBt coast of South America with a Ger man armed merchant cruiser, supposed to ba the Trafalgar, of Berlin, mounting lght four-Inch guns and pompoms. The tot'on )ar ted one, hour and forty-five min ute whr. tho German ship capsiz...

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

-""W-r' fimtc ' Tr 12 EVENING- LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21v, ,1914. DOOIN'S CLUB PLAYS ST. LOUIS HERE TODAY-MACKMEN EJNGAGE CLEVELAND NINE ATHLETICS PLAY 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 tins been one of al most perfect prosperity In the rank nf the Phillies, In I his time the Daisies have played nine Raines on the home grounds and have won eight of tliem. Last Monday Afternoon the (limits were hero for a double header and, after tho local men had lost the open Ins tilt, thev went after their pennant-rtspl-lni opponents, completely batter ing down their defense nnd winning out easily, 10-G. That was the signal for the bet riily sprint of tho year. Thl victory o"r New York seemed to out new life ."to the men nnd they havo hen plnylng a b'nnd of bull from that dato na, which, If kept tip for three, weeks t one given period In the season, would practically have ci...

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

EZgrnttmBsM vr? BVENIKft LBDaEB-rPHILAPBLPHIA, MOWDAT. SEPTEMBER 21'Jjj1fl -13 IFDNANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS WHEAT AT CHICAGO OPENS STRONG WITH LIGHT OFFERINGS United States Continues to Furnish Bulk of World's Requirements Winter Crop Thrifty. CHICAGO, Sept. 21. Wheat opened itrong today, with December up ?&c. l lt.HViGl.KH ntld Mny l,p 1Wc' nt 112114. Offci tngs wore Hffht The United Stles continues to furnish tho srent bulk of the world's requirements. There M some talk of bids hore today for tMl, hcat, which was firm. Itecolpts In the aprlng wheat States continued heivj- and a large Increase' In the visi ble supply was expected. Early sown winter wheat In the United States l already up And thrifty. The .., Is larger. Thero Is now sum- dent growth In pastures to carry cattle until late fall. The disposition now Is to regard the recent peace talk as bclnff altogether premature. Stringency In tins money market In Rumania. Is militat ing a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

m m POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING JtLiJLlljJCiri POSTSCRIPT EDITION --J 1 VOL. I-NO. 7 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT NEIGHBORS' CASH GIVES DEAD MAN A DECENT BURIAL SOCIETY MAKES BOW TO KING HORSE AT BRYN MAWR SHOW Raise Fund, Though Poor Themselves, to Save Fam ily's Only Bread Winner From a Pauper's Grave. A hoarse and olio cab drove away from 304 North Laurence street this afternoon To the casual obseivr It meant nothing more than a funeral a common occur rencebut to the widowed mother, who bowed with grief, clasped a little son to her breast as the tab rumbled over the cobblestones, It seemed almost the end of hope. And to he." neighbors, who watched with bared heads the sorrowful little piocessloli, It represented n sncrltlce such -is onl ivmpathv could evoke. For It was the klndnc." of thoe neigh bors which made pesslbl,- that funeral and naved Julian Tropuukl, bread win ner, from a gtavp m Potter's field, so that his wife and child followed his re mains...

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