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

PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT rv PENROSE, STIRRED BY PROSPECTIVE PROBE, RETURNS TO SENATE i : Appears in Seal There for First Time in Many Weeks Resolution of In quiry Indorsed Throughout Country. PRESIDENT'S OFFICIAL FAMILY COMING TO AID OF PALMER Senatois nntl KepieBentntives Also Will Speak In Mis Behalf. I trow i niti count sins i f st 1 WASHINGTON", Sept 21 - Colonel Thomas 0 Pence, assistant to William r McCombs, Democi.ttlc national chnli man, has gone In Ponnsvlvahlti to con for with Representative A Mitchell Palmer, Deinoci title liomlncp for tho United States Senate. It Is lcntncil that niiangcmciits nro being perfected for tho Invasion of Ponns.vlvniila t inein bos" of Pieslrlent Wilson's Cabinet nnd piumlneiit Scmtois nnd Representatives, who will speak In tlio Intel est of Ml. Palmer's c.indldac. ' Washington fi lends of Glfford l"nchot, the Washington part) numlnco for the Senate, Insist that they have icelvcd no Intimation of his Intention t...

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. — 21 September 1914

EVEffQ-G XEDOB PHILADELPHIA, MOX'DAtf BBPEJBMBBB 21, 19U, , - 'i iii 1 1. 1 ii iii, i .I i j ' ' ""'. ' if11- - - BATTLE OF TRENCHES RAGES WITH THUNDER OF ARTILLERY NIGHT AND DAB lied forces holding the position being driven oft with heavy slaughter. The attacks made by the French In the centre of the Vosgcs Mountains, In the neighborhood of Donon, Sonone3 nnd Saales, were repulsed," GERMAN'S RIGHT RETREATS, IS LONDON ANNOUNCEMENT LONDON, Sept. 21. The German right Is retiring. Whether it Is dropping back to escape being enveloped by the Franco-Uritlsh troops or Is moving to affect a Junc ture with the 100,000 reinforcements said to have been sent to Cteneritl von Kluk's aid from Maubeupe Is stilt un certain, although military observers are Inclined to believe the movement Is a real rctre.it before superior inim bers The steady advance of the British and French has exposed General von Kluk's rtsht, and he has swung his army still further around to the east of N6yon. A dispatch to a ...

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. — 21 September 1914

M OVE-CRAZED YOUTH FUNGS HOT ACID INTO GIRL'S FACE Gorman Pralt Makes Des perate Attack on Fiancee and Then Attempts Sui cide -In Hospital Now. . Hl 've Purned aftcr 1,avlnB BUC Veeded I leading nis Bwceineari 10 inc . it thA atfar. 10vinrnld "NnTm Il'Jn Pratt, of 6305 Lena street, German " made an attack on pretty Theresa i?i.,mttln and members of lior family -h carbolic acid. Ho Is In the Gcr minlown Hospital In danger of losing Pratt liaa been employed as a ticket ..." i- 1 1, snrlncr Garden street sta? lent' "'. ' . n.iiwoii ttla o. V.rk was the culmination of a trip to Piktan Md.. with Miss .Fltzmartia, last Say. They differed on the question whether or not a priest should marry !?. ..i turned W.Uiout tho ceremony ,e'."..PlM?I!ii'M, Either heard of th irln a forhado Pratt to visit his dauglv- i.r isaln, Pratt came to the I'lumarttn forced his nay past Mrs. Nora Fltzmar In and followed tho girl to her room. There he grappled with her. The police iiv ho tried to force acid down t...

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

t EVENING LEDGER EHILAPBLPHtA, MONDAY. SEM&MBER 2,1. ltl& tZ-s 2,000,000 TROOPS AGAIN GRAPPLE IN THIRD GREAT BATTLE OF GALICIAN CAMPAIGN . ' r i - f - 1 - -- rt " ' ' --J MANCE PROTESTS TO U.S. AGAINST RUIN OF RHEIM'S TEMPLE "Wanton Vandalism Destrucion of Cathedral Is German Order Building Too Late. rifles and held up lilt hands. Do not shoot thorn, my friends crieu. Just then a German shell struck the wall of the Catliedial and the jirlest was showered by dirt and mortar The luirsllng of a shrapnel drowned his voice, but his lips could be seen moving "Kill them:' screamed the mob attain cursing the Germans and ghnhlnc their lists A fc women In the croud howled In their raRe and spat upon the wounded soldiers as they were carried thrnujjh tho throng to a nearby building "Don't lire," cried the lull,. trlit l "Sain. "You would make j ourselves ns Deauurui K,"" ns inr nt i me picture was ono never lo be for- a. J cotton as that calm-faced priest, fiiinilint,' argeOi the dutie...

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

LS B,flfPS' EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1914. R nul em, j tw f -I6d. flea ww;' Iter ath out ind hat tali ik cu.1 AM 'rn venf av j an-J 'lv ., Op.J iiw h'l lot 'or thi th . i !l f . V i by l. the to om la een lia TELL-TALE FIGURES SHOW MAJORITY'S APPETITE FOR SPOILS Appropriations Congress j'n Last Two Years Carry ' Their Own Comment on Professions of Economy. i WASlftN'GTON", Sept. 21. Tito subjoined Ubie. clvlng the amoutits appioprlated ty Congress for tlie support of the Oov mhient for the ycara 19131 f and 1911-13, i compiled from the chronological history of the Sixty-third Congress, prepared by the clerks to the Committees on Appro priations of the House and Senate, cents being disregarded! lau-t. . .. sin.8nn.Hi.! lUl.lllll.'JI jttrlnutur . ... A"!' :; jjiLltnatlc . n nit, l Columbia i'ottiniatlon ..... Jmimn , ,eilstatlve . Milllat)' Academy Ktvr H,Mfl1 rMfnce t.aon.s.M J,J7S,M ff.reiT.iCii !),TTl!lIlll! :i7,aii,B2!i nnT.snn i,ss8.Tin 10.1,1.-10,000 313,.'...

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

G EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1014 m w. CITY HALL OF LOUVAIN BEFORE AND AFTER THE GERMAN TORCH WAS APPLIED TO CITYf ...;: !-f v -- T ' - r. v ,5. 1 , W? . i ii I in ' .. "' I - ' ...,' , .' i,)i,,! f ; v afcr ..---- .-., ... ,. jit ';!..;:". .-- ;w.(.( T; ' i XL . ', . ' : .' M AVENUES OF BLOOD i - I REVEAL BATTERIES' PROGRESS OH AI8NE Men Who Fed Guns at I I tl I' t T I I-1 I n -.mi uni-tl. It- -il-ii 'ill M'M'il M j n -1 1 uii 1 lit wh'"-t. ! ihd .mi IllOl.ilv i i i-s tin p. am whtti lit man .it tiw -.aln 1'uiuh an 1 Unmans wlo f. .1 t-i .1 tliaiRo nualnst the trenches, another Imtteiv fought nnil was wounded. i'ioki1 In the spinney He hoi yes und oalisonx in i f hlilfutiM licap. and . nd the splnnoj i n wood of dense growtn Ih.' wnod Is In ieip tiMl shadow, and 't 11 will th.'t diitknem Mlm i!d 'Hdf tho Inn ii1) I saw amons thou tioe. OLD MEN BURY THE DEAD BEHIND CURTAIN OF NIGHT Puisieux Lie in Ghastly Mounds Beside Iron Skeletons. PEOPLE, NOT THE RULERS. B...

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

nc: BsaJ EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. m f FB4R OF BRITISH HOLDS NORWEGIAN SHIP IN PORT HERE Reported Delay in Sailing of Sommerstad Said to Be Due to Presence of Essex Oft Delaware Capes. Mystery surrounding the delay In tlie isltlne '""" th'9 port of t,le NorncBan dtcarrislilp Sommerstnd, which cleared wcek aBo. lias nrousccl much specula tion In shipping; circle?. The vessel Is heavily la1011 wl"' coa' antl general car' ga usually leckonrd ns ship's supplies. According to her clearance papers, she i ostensibly scheduled to sail for Cndlz, snolii The cause of delny was not ex plained hj I'aplalu AxelHCit, master of Ihe vessel, or Its agent, AVIIllam J, Grand- Htld. Hen supposed to know the cort's bust nfss thoroughly whon asked for an ex planation merely shrugged their shoul ders nnd laconically replied: "Isn't the llrltlsh cruiser Kssox llng oft the Dela ware Capes?" This icnmik Is Inltrti to Indicate that (he vessel's cargo Is contraband goods tnd liab...

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

""rv";v mm&mommmm rniliTtufemwh wiTai1tnF"'T " iTi iW"H1MmJm liTiiTiMMf T1 JmMMJlMnMriwWiiM 8 EVEttfG LEDOl21l--PHILADBIiPHIA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1914. EVENING $gai3 LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYRUS It. It, CURTIS. rmtciDE.Ni. Go. W. Ochs, Brtnrv; John C Martin, Trensum;; Chnrlti It. I.tiitlncton, Philip S. Collins, John I!. WH lliima, Dlrwton. EDITOniALBOAUU: Cro II. K. Ccti, Chairman. P. H. WHALtiY.. j-j- ; tiiocutho Editor JOHMOMAnTIN Dmjljliwn(n Mnnijw Published dally. Mctrt Sunday, nt Punuc I.tCKHB BulldlnB. Indopendenca Square, l'hllnrtelphln. I.twim Ck.nttul llroad nnd Chestnut Streets Atlantic CiTt l'leii-l'nlm Bulldlmr Nkw Tohk , 170-A, Metropolitan Tower rjittcAno Sir Homo Inurnne nulMlnjr London 8 Waterloo l'lace, Tall Mall, 3. . NKWsurnKAvoi njnutunuiw lltitrvn The r-afrtoj JJuJii' "5 Waiiin(iton nritnB The rosl nulla n nnf.t ncmuti -o Frl.lrleMtriiwia J.ONDON IICBEAO 2 Pall Mall Eat. f. W, l'ma Bureiu 32 Hue Louis lo Grand sunsr.niPTioN tehms lly rarrler, Ditt.r ...

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

yriSESKa tt$r JZmZ&LM WJtfcirii.glM . t im ' i" r1' " " BYBNiya LEDGEB p'gl&ADEIiPHIA., MONDAY, SEPTEMBEB 21, 191. irt 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA "" . ' nwaiM.nri it i i - MISS SARAH DOBSON FISKE Miss Fiske, who is the daughter of Louis S. Fiske, lias 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 HOUEItTS, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Ocoi-(?u W. 13. Roberts, of 1S05 De Lancey place, will be Introduced to society at a tea which will tie given In her honor tho afternoon of November :i. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Roberts will slvo a email dinner dance In honor of Miss Roberts unci Miss nioa Reath, who will also bo a debu tante, nt their home in Itlverton. the night of September 2'J. Tho guests will be 73 In number, and will Include only debutantes nnd the lounger men. Mr. and Mrs...

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

ryMtfW'WPlliW i. 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1914;. 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. vn. The lis? nnd dreadful fall of thf At lantic Octant Why, t think that com pared with It Hip llse and fall of the Roman Umpire Itself must have been the merest trifle. One sits upon th deck and sees the stiange BMnnnstlcs of th eea. For up. up. up the ocean surges till one thinks the boat must swamp. Then down, down, down the racing waters fly, white lonjr and shuddering vibrations shake the ship from stem to stern. A certain erv human annlopj mlHlit easily be drawn Just here, but there are tlm-s when, even for the ombelllslilnfr of a tale, a parallel had best be loft alone. I,et It suttlce to say that mal-de-mer has never Moulded me. My cablnmates were nil laid low, a melancholy band. Be tween the...

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

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, Sept. 21. The fleets of tho Allies control the At lantic, Mediterranean and North Sea, ac cording to an otnclal Navy Department ttement published today In tho Mont tour do Ja Floto. ' ' LONDON, Sept. 21, Tbn admiralty has reported a number of encounters In far-ofr waters. In tho principal action tho auxiliary crulsw .Carmania sank a German nrmed mer chant cruiser. The official bulletin an nounces details aa follows: Tho Carmania, Captain Noel Grant, It. N., went Into action September 14 off tho east coast of South America with a Ger man armed merchant crulserv supposed to be 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 sank, nor survivors being rescued by an empty collier. Of tho Carmanla's crow nlno m...

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

12 EVENING LEDGEB-PEflLADELPHIA, MpNBAY, SEPEBE 21, 191.4. DOOIN'S CLUB PLAYS ST. LOUIS HERE TODAY-MACKMEN EJNGAGE CLEVELAND NINE PHILLIES LAST COLT RACES TO BE WEEK TRAVELED FEATURE WEDNESDAY AT WINNING CLIP j AT NARBERTH TRACK i Won Eight Games Out of . Horsemen of This Section Nine in Seven Days, Hav- j Will Enjoy Other Inter- ng Piled Up 50 Runs on 32 Base Hits. Tho past work has hern one of al moat perfect prosperity In the ranks of the Phillies. In this time the Daisies have played nlno Karnes on tho home grounds and have won eight of them. esting Events of a Sweep stake Nature. Sporting men who follow horses will GOLF TITLE AMONG JUNIORS AT STAKE AT MERION C. CLUB Event of Importance Today to Usher in Week of Sport. Strenuous Bit of Work Was Had Last Week. Last week was one of the most stroma he Riven a treat Wednesday aftefnoon'i pus of the season from a Rolling point of B I it w on tho track nt Belmont Driving Park, Nnrbirth, when four sweepstake contest win be hell for a s...

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

13 ISancial and commercial situation at home and abroad-market reports BOP TRADING IS ' RESUMED HERE ON MORE ACTIVE BASIS CorrilTiittees Supervising Sales Decide to Permit Salesmen to Go After New Business. Vo week elnco tlio outbreak of hos lll'lttes In Europe hns oponcd under moro favorable conditions thnn tho present The thing of most Import locally was the announcement today of tlio Committee on Unlisted Securities that trading would bo allowed by Philadel phia houses, under lens rigid rules than havo been In effect heretofore. Brokers nd Investment bankers 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 ommlttcc. Similar rulings with regaril to bond trading by members of the Philadelphia Stock Ex change were nnnouncod today by tho Special Committee- of Five. The only difference Is that tho transaction1 must be handled through the Stock Exchange committee Instead of tho Committee on Unlis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 September 1914

Will IMIH NM. Will ! !' UN . niqht I TTVIMTTVrx EXTRH JmlA v JLJX 1 JLX 1 JI LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA m i VOL. I NO. PIIILADELPIirA, MOXJ)AY, SJi)PTEMUJi3K 21, 191 1. PHIOE 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 hentse and tine rah drove away from S534 North Lawrence street this afternoon To the eaual observer It meant nothl.ig more than a funeral a common oceui rence but to the widowed mother, who boned with grief clasped a little son t her breast as the cab tumbled over tli cobblestones, It seemed almost the end of hope. And to her nelsthrwrs, who watched with bared hends tho Boirowful little procession. It repies. nted u sacrifice such as onl svmpnth could evoke For It was the kindm-m nf those neigh bors which made posll le 'hat futirrnl and mved .hillan Tropo-iskl, hread win ner, from a grav.. in Pottei' field, so that hl w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

1 1 '; ' I T V NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 8 PIIIIiADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. PBICE ONE CENT red lly 4 CHILD LABOR PENROSE BLIGHT IN THIS STATE Report of Census Bureau Furnishes Convincing Proof of Baleful Influence of Machine on Pennsyl vania Legislation. A report Issued today by tho Census Bureau In Washington Bhows that child labor conditions In Philadelphia and Penn sylvania arc the worst In the. United Elates. Commenting on this this after noon, Paul N. Furmnn, secretary of tho Child Labor Association of Pennsylvania, (aid this was duo entirely to the Inflttenco of tho I'enrose controlled political ma chine, which ho accused of having con stantly stood In tho way of child labor legislation, ana or naving uirotueil the child labor bill drawn up by the associa tion at the last session of the Leglslatuic. Tho figures given by tho Census Butcau are verified by the Stato Factory Inspec tion Department. According to tho report of the Census Bureau, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

fr"Wn'lfWif.if EVENING LEBOEK- SiS r PHILADELPHIA, TOTgpAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. RUSSIAN MILLIONS MASS FORCES TO CRUSH LAST LINE OF THE AUSTRIAN RESISTANCE proper, where every day and every night sees some fresh destruction done. While the city Itself Is Immaterial from a standpoint of strategic Import ance, It Is the centre of a district that is Important German batteries are stationed north and northeast nf the city; French can non are stationed on hills south of the city There are believed to be about 100 000 Germans massed upon the pla teau of Craonne This Is ft position of exceptional strength. General Bluecher. who was defeated by Napo leon on the same ground, declared that 25 000 troops could hold It ngnlnst any odds. East of Verdun the Frejich lines seem to have been reinforced as there nre eight French army corps near the Lor raine border, where tho German left Is being attacked with vigor and vio lence The battle line, rouchly speaking, ex tends on the east from a point nea...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

teYENIffG: XjEPGB pBTljiABETJPHIA TUESDAY, SErTEMBEB 22 19U 3 SOCIETY TURNS OUT TO PAY HOMAGE TO THE HORSE AND HOUND AT BRYN MAWSHQV A GENERAL VIEW OF. THE OVAL. PAIRS OF HAW-SS.ttOfcS-S BEING JUDGED 7t JBliptP --- ! 1 'two debutantes, ivi.&s lvtargarec berwind and Miss Pauline JJisston. . bii-WART TAKING LONE BEN OVER THE juMiJS Mrs. T. Boyer Davis ana her daughters, Priscilla and Maria, and Mrs. Penn Gaskill Hall and her children, Marion and Penn Hall. SISTER OF FIANCEE HE JILTED ACCUSES MAN OF $1200 THEFT Rings and Prospective Bride groom Disappear on Day of Wedding Wife Here Proves His Undoing. Tli mmmerclal romance of Israel Diamon.l of 10th and Mifflin streets, which started List January In New York ended tocliy at City Hall, where the man was identified by Dora Wolf as her sister Anna's Dance, ana accused of turning diamonds valued at $1200 from her father. The prisoner Is also charged with stealing $300 worth of dia monds from Benjamin Shapiro, of 876 North sixth street....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

3-'pj-vnp Vet rSr x&rQitt&mtti!titmmmvM'-r " V ' . , . ; ' I t ji w-t--jc. .---. -s.-,, Wi 3r "m ss- r" -- -?" js?. 7 ? 51 EVENING LEDGJ5K-PHILADELPHXA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1914. - JJ ... , . , , , , .t ... .. .- - -J - . ...J . worn a?ows aoa PFOWMZMT OM T JcyAVr AS ft VttP'j C?TSJ:&7Z, LOUI7V, THE CATHEDRALS OF LOUVAIN WERE NOT SPARED BY THE TORCH AND SHELL OF THE GERMANS I tATrfirrov?t. mtwj acx-vcc W 7f -0t?:G?lDtVD7& Trt SLTCXTArD W&JLL3 Or OLD 3T. PJTTZ&S DF3C&ATD ByVXt? TACITURN LEADERS DIRECT OPERATIONS OFBRITISH FORCES Kitchener, French and Douglas Are Too Silent and Reserved to be Popu lar Idols. By P. M. SARXE LONDON, Sept. 22 A striking point about the men who are in command of England's armies during the present war Is that the majority of them are of the silent and "unpopular" type. Not per sonally unpopular, of course, but not of popularity seekers. They are all "Kitch ener's men," and Kitchener does not ap prove of advertisement or garr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. J008E OPPOSITION LOOMS UP TO SMALL "PORK BARREL" BILL Determined Stand May Be IVladc to Restore Many I Items Eliminated By $33, 000,000 Reduction. WASHINGTON1. Sept. a.-Opposlllon In the Houo to the drastic reduction of the rivers and harbors "pork barrel" pproprlatlon bill from J53.000.C00 to $20, 000,000, ordered by the Senate, 27 lo 22, late lat night, loomed up today for midably. Senator Burton, of Ohio, leader of the filibuster against tho "pork barrel" bill, was given credit for forcing the reduction ordered by the Senate. Bur tun won his filibuster fight. The Demo cratic leaders In charge of the bill wcrS routed, unable to hold nil Democrats solidly behind the bill. Fifteen Demo crats voted with Republicans to recom mit the bill to the Commerce Commit tee with Instructions to reduce its total to $20,000,000, as predicted yesterday. Wishes of the President for exercise of (greatest economy are. reported lo have Influenc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

iuj. Mmh !?'H DiE3I3i 0 EVMING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA. TUESDAY," SEPTEMBEB22LJ:911 it B J t it 'V "PRIMARY SPECIAL" CARRIES WILSON TO VOTE IN PRINCETON President Spent But a Bare Hour at His Former Home. Start Back Is Made Early This Afternoon. President Wilson passed through Phil adelphia nt 11:15 this morning on hlfl way to Princeton to vote In the New Jersey primaries today. Ills private car, attached to the S o'clock express from Washington, this n sort of "primaries special," Senator William Hughes, of Faterson; Secretary Tumulty and four other New Jersey residents attached to tho White House were In the car. Most of them left at Trenton on their way to their homes to vote. Tho trip will bo a brief one for the President. His enr was dropped off at Princeton Junction and reached Prince ton at 12:16. The schedulo gavo him hardly more than an hour to coat his ballot and see his friends. Tho start back to Washington will be made at 1:55. The. President -would not evon take time to have...

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