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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

1 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,, 191 FARMERS' MARKET IN SIGHT AT 69TH STREET TERMINAL Stalls to Be Let to Producers Only nnd Saving in Price Promised. Prices to the West Philadelphia, con sumer ot farm products may be consid erably roduccd by the opening of a farm ers' market In the 69th street terminal. Accotdlnc to plans announced by the Philadelphia nnd Western Hallway Com pany nnd tho Lehigh Valley Transit Com pany, the market will bo In operation before Thanksgiving. By renting stnlls al a. nominal figure to producers only, tho traction officials hope to encourage a largo number of farm ers from Montgomery, Bucks and other nearby counties to sell their fruit, vegeta bles and poultry direct to the consumer. The middleman will bo eliminated and his profits divided between the producer' and consumer. The farmers expect to charge slightly higher prices thnn would be paid for commission houses, as tho expense ot. put ting up their products for the retail trade ...

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. — 22 September 1914

, 8 n -. , EVENING 3 LEDGER J PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTItUS IL K. CURTIS, racstDSST. Ofo. W. Ochit. Secretary; John r Martin, Treasurer; atj " lanltngton, Philip B. Collins, John II. WH- n, ", Afnt-viorM. EDITORIAL UOAttDt Ctncs li. K. Cl'rtis. Chairman. K. WltALEY. Ewutlvi Editor PHN C, MAHT1N.. fln?rl Hulnm Manager bblUhci dally, etcrt Humlnr. nt Fmr.to LstxitK milium, Independence Sqimrc. rhllndelimlft. Man CitNimt.,.,. .Droad and Chestnut Btreeta iTt-tNTio Cut.. rrr-t'nlon nulldlnr; Jsw TotKt,.,,,, 170-A, Metropolitan Tower iJmoAfio........ Rt7 Home lnurance nulttilnff -ondon.,,. g Waterloo Mace. Poll Mall, S. V. . NEWS UUIlUAt'S ! fiiutiaBtma neurit?..., The rafrlet nulMln yianmsTON Hrniuij The Post nullcilns Jew Yomc UctT. The Times nulldln; JrattM Bcbkao 00 Frledrlchstranne .ONDON Hoiead 2 Pall Mall East, a. W. rials Uhimo...... 82 Hue Louis le Grand 5UDSCHI1TION TERMS Ily carrier. Diii.T Om.t, six centa. Dy mall, postpaid mtslda of Philadelphia, except Ther forelcn postneo re...

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. — 22 September 1914

? 1 . EVENING, 1 i -rWTiqr? 'T ? LEDGER PHIUADBUPHI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1013- i Q " I SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA THE Monday Evening Dancing Class, which for mruly years, together with tho Assem blies, has sot tho social status of the debutante, )s for tho first tlmo elnco the days of "Dancing "Wllllo White" without a chaperone. Owing to the recent death of a near relative, Mrs. Frcdi crick Thurston Mason, who for tho last fifteen or moro years has been In charge of tho class, ' will not act In that capacity this year, and, so fnr, no one has been found to talco tho bur den, Philadelphia without a Monday Evening, at which a debutante has met and conquered many a heart, will be a strange place. When Mr. Whlto was at the head of the clna, the conventional thing was for the debu tante to appear In a simple- French muslin , frock, made high nt the back of the bodlco and opened In a square at tho front, where billows , of lace gave a soft finish; but the debutanto of today ...

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. — 22 September 1914

ii i Pi I 1 1 flnlgigyiMyi.-inl mgfaagyfliiywrt. r-.-t Tmi'iili'iTQfflTOTifffflfflfflBH ... fw r in; i ii I m..iiii- " " '" '"' JWi P1WI',"HWM 10 EVENTUG- LBBGBB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 191. I HAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON iLLEN ADAIR SEES STEERAGE FOLKS IN MERRY DANCES f Enjoys Her Days Aboard Boat Watching Happy Homeseekers as They While Away the Time. r VIII. The days new by on the Atlantic liner, scon In nil. I think those quiet days were happy ones. Amonq the steerage crowd were kindly folk. The Irish were the merriest of all, and nothing damped their gay enthusiasm. They danced their native dances on tho deck untiring, untatlgucd. A concertina. sadly out of tune, was their sole or chestra. I loved to natch the iett colleens dance, shawls lound their heads, and Irish ee aglow. Each go. soon led his colleen to the floor, and In clogged feet they tripped the happiest ,'rr.eanures. But lu the danco Gallelans look the palm Strangely...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

WWiWWBIiiHiWHiWilBHHIWw im zarryi mr'"mzw?ir7aef'im-M-&"xmr'-iBmu , i Jwtm'VTwqTJ'-iTinp - -? -nw-w varaT wf.. .. . - ,5yKii ? ; . - - BVBNIN'tf LEDaBB-PHILADELPSlA, TTJflBBAT, SEPTEMBER 2& 1914. SsTscsssssa HM&M-i - VHBMaKBHE!ifHBHH V"H??T, rkl 3BiBiMiVI:e.H EHiMrTE-TBJC MM HVTBlBHS3HIVSq-llto i?ffE V&TTfHiiBVMVHr'HW -. 'TRtffrWPVBfA. f.1 i. HVHBBOfcr r Sfc VnHBVWWK iT ffH .. . aww Vtf 7" 7V T?rrS f?s71S- BETA 5W&- V TVT s?T- OF IVSZP'J fHOTOJ. D NTCKMQTtOffjfi. 4hSJ S-ftWCC A TYPC7JL JTPttT SCSVF Trtf: SFCTOV OF ZOfW 0f5T?Oy0 ay GfrtfvAr CUBAN GOVERNMENT TO PENSION WIDOW OF NOTED FILIBUSTER Wife of Capt. Sam Hughes, in Need Now, to Be Helped by Country Hus band Befriended. I , jr J Scott. Ho was later appointed com mander When lie came back to this country he was appointed captain of the port of Philadelphia. Captain Hushes' widow came from the same seafaring people as the filibuster. She has two brothers living, Captain Thomas A. Parkhlll. a retired shipmaster...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

Pi 12 bH y , . ,,, . r- ..... , ., ,-.,-. -.-.- jr-Vk -Tf ' ' -H 9 j If EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TtJESDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1914 GRIDIRON WARRIORS ARE IN THEIR GLORY NOW-PHILLIES PLAY ST. LOUIS HERE, PHILLIES READY FOR FINAL TILT WITH CARDINALS Game Today Will Be Staged at National League Park at Three o'Clock. Braves' Lead Almost Prohibitive. Though the Phillies tossed away 'a fume yesterday which they might have won half a dozen times, they are not out ot the running for the first division place by any means. Again today the Dooln athletes will go to battle with Hugglns' nine. It Is sad Indeed to think that a club which hits the ball with the fierceness ot the Phillies should shun' such weird lack of form on the bases. Unless the opposlm? pitcher Is sending over a brand of unliitt.tblc ball a tram ought to score nine times out of ten with a man on fecund and no outs. In the secon Inning, after Luderus had sent a long double to the bleacher fence, he allowed himself to he picked of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

sssssssssssssm -ifFm. JIJP r(Sr',w,T'w" kyunfT" e5-" rp- "tmTTW,,'lW T" V " W"T T i nnminHn ife EVBfflNO LEPqEB-PfllLAP.ELPHiA, TUESDAY SEPFEMgEB 22, 1914 13 i1 PAWLING IS AGAIN CHOSEN PRESIDENT : OF M. A. A. A. A. D. tii i ,1 A f 1 t Last INignts MJinuai Meeting at Engineers Club Is Re-elected Leader for Ensuing Year. SWARTHMORE TEAM HAS STARTED TO WORK IN EARNEST t M Alcorn, chairman of the Cross Country Championship Committee of tho Middle Atlantic Association of the Ama teur Athletic Union, after last night's uinual pow-wow of the meeting held at th Engineers' Club, stated that the Junior bill unci dale championships would In all probability be held about Thanksgiving Ly, He has also planned tho senior pice to bo held a couplo of weeks later. j;, announcement will be very lntcrest mg to the athletics of this section, who lll be advised to start training at once. Another matter of Interest that occu pied the attention of the delegates at last night's session was the fact that the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

EXTRA i JLj V JLjI i XI i M VOL. I XO. 8 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014. PRICE ONE OBNT- BOY BRAVELY WAITS END OF LONG BATTLE TO SAVE BURNED LEG Little Hero Hopeful That Removal of Bandages To day Will Show He Is Not to Be a Cripple. DEBUTANTE HUNTERS AND BLUE-BLOODED HOUNDS TAKE PRIZES DON'TS FOR CHILDREN TERSELY TOLD BY THE CAMERA Society at Bryn Mawr Show Pays Homage to Well bred Dogs and Splendid Horses. KENNETH REDAMAR A wldo-c"d mid boxful little hoy sits on an Invalid's chair In th. sunlight at the Fninkfoiri Ht.pit.il tmln. With .1 toy dog cl.isped tlahtlv In his nitns he mutely watch" white. clad surgeons find nurses ns thee go from cot to cot com forting nnd ilievlns. With Impatience hu Is waiting until they come to him and unwind bandages from his less; for what Is found beneath will determine whether or not the little hoy will over walk and play like other boys or be n hopeless cripple with one leg cruelly bent. The child's name Is Kenneth Redamar and h is onl...

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

ktymr9 POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-NO. 8 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 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 the Census Bureau In Washington shows that child labor conditions In Fhlladelphla and Ponn 1 tylvatila arc the worst In tho United Etntes Commenting on this this after noon 1'nul X. Furman, secretary of tho Child knurr Association of Pennsylvania, Mid this was duo entirely to tho Influenco of the I6niosc controlled political ma chine, which he accused of having con etantlv stood In the way of child labor legislation, nnd of having thiottled tho child lnlioi bill diawn up by tho associa tion at the Inst session of the Legislature. The ilgures given by the Census lluicau are verified bj tho State Factory Inspec tion Depnitment. According to tho repoit of tho Census Bureau, which I...

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

tynyywtitgy ,ww' ' j -,?rimPM4ii -v TWQiSWW ' EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY SEPTEM&tiR 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 of the city: French can non are stationed on hills south of the cltv There are believed to tie about 100 noo Germans massed upon the pla teau of Craonne. This Is a position of exceptional strength. General Bluecher. who was defeated by Napo leon on the same ground, declared that 2Sono troops could hold It against any odds. East of Verdun the French tines seem to have been reinforced as there are eight French army corps near the Lor raine border, where the German left is being attacked with vigor and vio lence The battle line, roughly speaking, ex tends...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

J3VBNIKG L13DGBB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. SOCIETY TURNS "OUT TO 'PAY HOMAGE TO THE HORSE AND HOUND AT BRYN MAW SHOW F ' " ' A GENERAL VIEW OF THE OVAL. PAIRS OF HARNESS HORSES BEING JUDGED !4,;f'V ' PB flBf WBBE i Two debutantes, Miss Margaret Berwind and Miss Pauline Disston. L. STEWART TAKING LONE BEN OVER THE JUMPS n r-s 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. The minmntclhl romance of Israel Diamond, of 19th and Mifflin streets, tthlch started laBt January In New York, ended today at City Hall, where the rrwn was Identified by Dora Wolf as her slater Anna's tlance, and accused of stealing diamonds valued at y2M from her father. The prisoner Is also charged with stealing $300 worth of ilia monds from Benjamin Shapiro, of S70 Korth S...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

""""IWi IP H II MWnmmMMMiaM-PMHHMMMiHMMHHHMMMMMMMWMMMMMMMIMMMIWIHMMHMManMWaMiaaiMMaMlJ , ., - ' W07V. OAXlWAf OAX33 THE CATHEDRALS OF LOUVAIN WERE NOT SPARED BY THE TORCH AND SHELL OF THE GERMANS wtcwvtiovtl Arij sexrftcc V Tf FOfi?r5?OMD,,t7? T- 8L7CXTA':D V&LL5 Or OLD ST. PETZ&S DFJZC&ATE'D By WW? TACITURN LEADERS DIRECT OPERATIONS OF BRITISH FORCES WORLD TO PATTERN GERMAN CULTURE, SAYS NOTED WRITER lit DEEDS OF DARING, ROMANCE AND COMEDY FROM WAR ZONE Kitchener, French and Douglas Ave Too Silent and Reserved to be Popu lar Idols. By P. M. SARLE LONDON". Sept. 22 A striking Point about the men who are In command of England's armies during: the present wnr Is that the majority of them nr of the silent and "unpopular" type. Not per sonally unpopular, of course, but not of popularity seekers They nre all "Kitch ener s men." and Kitchener does not ap prove of advertisement or garrulity. "K. of K " himself is a calculating machine and pays not the slightest attention to pop...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

HOUSE OPPOSITION LOOMS UP TO SMALL "PORK BARREL" BILL Determined Stand May Be Made to Restore Mahy I Items Eliminated By $33, 000,000 Reduction. VMBHI-NGTON; Sopt. a.-Opposttlon . the JIouso lo tho drastic reduction of tlie rivers and harbors "pork barrel" tpproprlatlon bill from o3,000,000 to $20, 000,000, ordered by the Senate, 27 to 22. Ute last night, loomed tip today for midably. Senator Burton, of Ohio, leader of l,e filibuster against the "pork barrel" mil was Riven credit for forcing the teducllon ordered by the Senate. Bur ton won his filibuster light. The Demo cratic leaders In charge of the bill werS routed, unable to noia an ucmocrals 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 $20,009,000, as predicted yesterday. Wishes of the President for exercise of greatest economy arc reported to have Influenced the split In tho Democratic ranks- Tin Commerce Committee m...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

msm&swmm EJVI5NING- LEDaERlSlLADELPHlA, 0l38BAY, gEPTEMBBB 22, 1D1A. i R "PRIMARY SPECIAL" CARRIES WILSON TO VOTE IN PRINCETON WOMEN STAND FAST IN POST HOLES IN BATTLE OF CAMDEN President Spent But a Bare Hour at His Former Home. Start Back Is Made Early This Afternoon. President Wilson passed through Phil adelphia at 11:15 this morning on his way to Princeton to vote In the New Jersey primaries today. His private car, attached to the 8 o'clock express from Washington, was n sort of "primaries special." Senator William Hughes, of Patorson; Secretary Tumulty and four other New Jersey residents attached to the White House were In the car. Most of them left at Ttenton on their way to their homes to vote. The trip will be a bilef one for the President. His car was dropped off at Princeton Junction and reached Prince ton at 12'1S. The schedule gave hlni hardly more than an hour to cast his ballot and see his friends. The start back to Washington will be made at 1:55. Tha President wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

9"33 EVENING LEP&EB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, ,1914. PROGRESSIVES MEET FOR NOMINATIONS TO , DELAWARE'S TICKET State-'wlde Prohibition and Modified Single Tax Sys tem Advocated as Planks in Platform. DOVER, "el., Sept. 22.-Elglity-flvo dele gates Answered to tlie rollcall In th State ProKreMlvo Convention, which met hero tod''. The delegates will nominate candl dates for Congress, State Treasurer and State Auditor. Dr. George Edward Ilecd, at Wilmington, former president of Dick inson College, has the support of New Castle County delegates for the Congies nlonal nomination. t'romc'slvcs said there would be no contest, and eaoh nomination would be madp br acclamation. A Stale-wide prohibition nnd a modified .einele tax system are advocated as iinks In the platform. The latter plank Ihe du Pont family of powder makers, if Wilmington. Th- Progressives also favor a surrrogf plank, which has been drafted ami ,liay bp 'ncorpatcd Into the nlatforni Suffragists failed to ponmn...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

VfE?P!Stp' 8 EYEffIN& L'EDGEB-PHILADELPHIA', TUESDAY, 3EPTEMBEE 22, l0l EVENING &S& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTntJs ii. k. cwnTig. pbidnt. Otn. W. Oche, Secretary: John C, Martin, Treaaureri Charleii H. Ludlnglon, Philip 8. Collins, John B. Wll llama, Directors. EDITOMAL HOAIID: Cincs H. K. Ccstw, Chairman. f r. IT. WKAtEr Esecntlve) Editor JOHN C. MAnTl.V General Hmlneia Manager ri B&. uuijohcu uh,jv, except nunuy hi tni.ii; j.id jIR BulMInK. Independence Square. rhliAde1phia AtLiSTIc Cut , rrcst-Unlon Bulldlnr Nnw TnK , 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Cmciio S17 Horn Insurance nulldlng; Lokpom 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. W. N'DWSIlUnEAUS; ITir.KiSBCBO riCBKiU. Thii Patriot TJullcllnpt WimiiMdioN Hdut Ths Post Bulldlnt Nw Tons Desalt) The Time Bulldlna- BMtl Heme CO Frle'!rlchtraa London BtiBBAO , J fait Mall Eat, 8. W. Pi eh Braaio. 32 Hue Iouls It Urand sunscnitTioM terms Brrarrler. Diilt O.vlt, elx cents. By mall, postpaid eotalde of Philadelphia, eirept tthere...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

!VEtftS& liBDGDB'-SHHJ'ADBEPHfAV TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 191$. g SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA jgg JIAUJ uiuoun. 01 wynncwoou, 11 I A - . A tuiilllt IlifcltA e7ne A 1 4. te a rtm ivi has issueu imhuuh.... . . .a i.-iiuiiiC, f 0 bc given at her country seat th afternoon . ot TuMday. October 13, from 4 until 7 o'clock. to meet Ml'-'1 Kftinennc vi cjceior, unugium- or Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Seeler, who will bo among the debutantes of th season. There will be dnticlnn during the afternoon. The card of Mr. Robert C. II. Brock Is Inclosed. Mr. and Mrs. Kerrce Brlnton, of 1H. David's, 1 Jj introduce their daughters, MIsa Carolina I. Brlnton and Miss Anna Blnney Brlnton, at n. tea on Wednesday, October 7. There will bo dancing during tho afternoon, for which Hcrz berg's orchestra has beon engaged. Mrs. Samuel Keen Ashton, the Misses Ashton nd Miss Emma Ashton Dorr will movo today from their homo In Jenklntown to their town house, 25 South 23d stroet, for tho winter. Miss Dorr will...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

pfQffkmmi 10 .EVENING LEBaEB PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 22, 1914. I 5k, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES STEERAGE FOLKS IN MERRY DANCES Enjoys Her Days Aboard Boat Watching Happy Homescekers as They While Away the Time. VIII. The dn i flew liy on th Atlantic liner, ceven In all. 1 think those quiet days were happy ones. Among the leeiiiEe ciond were kindly folk. The Irish were the merriest of nil, nnd nothing damped their pa enthusiasm They danced their tutlvo dances on th deck Untiring, unfatlKUed. A conceitiiM Badly-out of tune, was their sole o chestra. T loviil to watch thi prtt colleens dance, shawls round t,ic , heads, and lilsh c.tes tislow. Uadi sns eoon led hli colleen to the lloor, and in c'osgod foet they trlpppd th lmpp.et hiea.urc.. Uut In the danco C'alleinns took V" palm Strangely enough, th tn'ii tuu1d dance toKcther, scoinln? a woman pail ner. I ha" never se'n more vracffu' dancers than these men. Onllrlan and...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

-- W&-P3 EVENING kEDMK PHIIAftELPHlA, TUEBPAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914, - -' T i it i. i j, s&Yi &' 4 " - H If IT "" , "" i - i--.li II ll ' i .milium m 7 inn, ' I, 1 iu I mi I II il " " ' ' ""IJ" """ ' ii ' ' I i ..I, a - - ' " niMiimini iaiiii mm wr i W 1TTTMBFWTP H t ," ' i' Dlllllllllllllllllllllllll.20lllllMMki'NwltfillHRWrlT4ftXid0il I t;aH4BFrvrjMRSlBH , ?JWftili?ft!P5y? I !f HUmmilBnillllW iiHhHNMBviiHBHiiVlinA! Jl'HT nTiHlniklArdil'iM JWI l! iE& .rflW5 WJW fHOTOS. D MTCXWTTrOAMt. tSW-3 SCRVCt? VOT lM T?-S ?s7Ul- &ZJTA 5Ry7TD AT TiT ?Trt OF W7P'J A TYPC7jL JTPTST SCZAtf N T1E SJTCTOA 0 OCUs7A 0-57?Oy0 RUIN AND DESOLATION IN THE WAKE OF THE GERMAN ARMY AFTER ITS MARCH THROUGH BELuIUM 1 CUBAN GOVERNMENT TO PENSION WIDOW OF NOTED FILIBUSTER Wife of Capt. Sam Hughes, in Need Now, to Be Helped by Country Hus band Befriended. Cuba will bo asked within a few days to pay a part of the debt she owed to the late Captain Sam Huehes, the king of filibusters, whose Run-run...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

M' i miiinim mmiwftmni,fij,nn!yi,w'iiiijii.im 12 mmimmmmgmmmmmm ' ' i ' wxiiimppprwy,l "w'yltl!MMMMWiPWw'w " wipHJlm wmMMHB EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SSPTBMBEB 22, 1014. m I GRIDIRON WARRIORS ARE IN THEIR GLORY NOW-PHILLIES PLAY ST. LOUlS HER PHILLIES READY FOR FINAL TILT WITH CARDINALS Game Today Will Be Staged at National League Park at Three o'Clock. Braves' Lead Almost Prohibitive. Though the Phillies tossed away 'a game yesterday which they might have won half a dozen limes they ate not out of the running for the first division ilace by any means. Again today th Doom athletes w 111 go to battle with Hugglns' nine. It Is sad Indeed to think that a club whiih hits the ball with the fierceness ot the Phillies should show such weird lack form on the bases. L"nles3 the opposing plti'her Is sending over a brand of tinli.ttable ball a team ought to score nlri" tims out of ten with n. man on second and no outs. In the seconu lnnlne, after Luderus had sent a Ions cJoul le to...

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