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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014- i 13 awling is agaik Chosen president OF M. A. A, A. A. U. t Last Nights Annual Meeting at Engineers Club Is Re-elected Leader for Ensuing Year. t u Alcorn, chairman of tho Cross- Country Championship Committee of tho umju Atlantic Association of the Ama- Uur Athletic t'nlon, after last night's mnual powwow of the meeting held at ,w Engineers' Club, stated that the junior Hit and dale champion"!!"" " " " probability bo held about Thanksgiving nay Ho has also planned tho senior ..,.' to be held a couple of weeks later. Ihl announcement will bo very Interest te to the athletics of this section, who rill be advised to start training at once. Another matter of Interest that occu pied the attention of the delegates nt )t night's session was the fact that there Is Inadequate facilities for the proper encouragement of track and Held ithletlts here. It Is a known fact that (jure are few places where tho boyE nay gather and train. In ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

'j (Wmmwwim fiS&ip'ai'iiw" ' fm POSTSCRIPT EDITION d -- KjiiHfc r ' .- , -re EVENTNG LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-KO. 8 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914, PHICE Q2STE CET BOY BRAYELY 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 Society at Bryn Mavvr Show Pays Homage to Well bred Dogs and Splendid Horses. DON'TS FOR CHILDREN TERSELY TOLD BY THE CAMERA yS WP. KENNETH REDAMAR Lithe a the iif he run" to earth tough s a ran nine nsil, Straight and strong a a parting rnk nn-t quick as the llhtnln nosh , Lines Hint mock t the sculptor' skill, free 1 as the ntrJ iinbouni This l the bfrtst thex rroixn todav. h! Majejtx, the Hounl tmoM a sTrr ronnoi'nNhcvr HUVN MAW11, la Sept. 22 Well-bred debutante hunters and blue Mnndeel hounds took flist prizes today nt the 3ith nnnu-il Hrn Mnxvr Hor&n ntid Hound Show tit the polo grounds. "Hard,...

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. — 22 September 1914

SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LT71 T TJ1 "D SPORTS Hi U V3T Hi Jti EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 8 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT CHILD LABOR PENROSE BLIGHT IN THIS STATE Report df Census Bureau ( Furnishes Convincing Proof of Baleful Influence of Machine on Pennsyl vania Legislation. A report Issued today by tlio Census Bureau In Washington sliows that child Jnbor conditions In Philadelphia and Penn sylvania are the worst lit the United States. Commenting: on this this nfter jioon. Paul N. Furman, secretary of the Child Labor Association of Pennsylvania, raid this was duo entirely to the Influence! of the Penrose controlled political- ma chine, which ho accused of having con stantly stood In tho way of child labor lesislnttnn, and of having throttled tho child labor bill drawn up by the associa tion at the last session of the Leglslatuic. The figures given by the Census Bureau tire verified by tho State Factory Inspec tion Department. According to tho roport of tho Census Uure...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

J EVENING- LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBflB 22, .1914. RUSSIAN MILLIONS MASS FORCES TO CRUSH LAST LINE OF THE AUSTRIAN RESISTANCE havo iiad. to fight hard to gain and to hold every foot of conquered territory. As a fresh position Is sained, It Is Im mediately fortified. Thl Is trying work and deadly work, for the Ger man artillery keeps up Us steady rain of shells and the sappers aro com pelled to face this flro while stretch ing their earthworks. Tho weather was reported to be slightly Improved today. But thero can be lltllo permanent Improvement expected at this season of the year. The entire battle ground Is a quagmire and this naturally has hampered move ments of artillery. Hut according o General Galllenl's headquarters thero Is not a single Important point along the entire battle front where tho heavy French artillery Is not now In action. SORTIE REPULSED, LORRAINE TOWN TAKEN, SAYS BERLIN BERLIN, Sept. 22 (by way of Am sterdam). Official denial that the Allies have forc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

! .,... ,V. . . , j - a -i - rf tri . TTI THt TT 1 fl W lH T f P EVENING LEDGEBPHIKADEEPHIA, TTHfiAOaJM SOOOEITTURNS Offt TO PAY MAT(HEHORSE AND HOUND AT BRYN MAWR SHOW ii ... - --- i r ii ' ii' "1 A GENERAL VIEW OF THE OVAL. PAIKS OF HARNESS HORSES BEING JUDGED fc W S Hi 1 ' f " 'i.o uebutatueb, Mibb Margaret licrwind and Miss Pauline Disston. u biiWART TAKING LONE BKN OVER THE JUMPS 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. Tho commeicial romance of lamcl Diamond, of lath and Mifflin streets, uhich started Inst January In Now I York, ended today at City Hall, where tlie man was identified by Dora "Wolf as her sister Anna's nance, and accused of btoallng diamonds valued at $1200 from her father. The prisoner is also chained with stcallns ?300 worth of di...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

W&MBBBS EVENING kEDGEftPBILAflELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 22, 1914, w !W 't NEW "PORK BARREL" BILL PASSES SENATE; CARRIES $20,000,000 Measure Goes Through Without a Dissenting Vote, But Opposition to Cut is Threatened in House. COLD STEEL CHARGE BROKE DP GERMANS' DETERMINED DASH WASHINGTON, Sept. 22,-Scnator Sim mons today reported the substitute rivers and linrbors bill to tho Pcnate Imme dlntcly after Mm boily met iitul pa3ed tho Senate without u dissenting votf. The bill, in addition tn providing JW.OCO.OOO to bo expended on projects now tinder way and already authorized pro vides that allotment tor the Mlwlwlppl from the head of passes to th" mouth of the Ohio shall bi expended under direc tion of the Societnry of War, In accord ance with thn plan of the Mississippi River Commission as approved by the chief of onglueois. Tho hill as It passed the House carried an appropriation of about S.1.0O.),tiO0. It also Is provided thnt the Secretary of War rhnll report to Congicst at th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

EVENING LEDER-rHTDilDECPHlX TUESDAY, SEPTBHBEK 22, TPI& ' g REVOLT AGAINST VAN VALKENBUR6 AND FLINN SPREADS Bosslsm in Washington Party Which Dictated Lewis' Withdrawal Swings Inde pendents to Brumbaugh. Opposition lo tlie Fllnn-Vnh Vnlken biirff "uosslsrn" In the Washington party", mid particularly to the arrangement whereby Will lam Draper Lewis was pic vallMl npon to withdraw from tho Oiibcrimtorlal rnco In favor of Vance U. JteCormlrk, the Democratic candidate, continues I" Si"V through tho city and 6lnte, The 25th Ward Washington Tarty Com hilltop In this city, meeting at ZS2.1 Frank ford avenue, last night 16nounced the R-itlidiawal of Mr. Lewis, repudiated tho "Washington patty and reorganized Itself Into the Progressive Republican League, rollowlns this nctlon Dr. Martin j. Brumbaugh was Indorsed as their candi date for Governor. jn Montgomery County C. Tyson Krntz, tho only delegate to the Anti-saloon j.tBguc Contention at Harrlsburg1 last week who openly opposed the In...

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

LJJJ ., J ,'J $ EVENING t-TSDGBB-I'HrtAtlELPHIA-. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, lOll. I FINANCIAL TANGLE HALTS DEPARTURE FROM VERA CRUZ France Lays Claim to a Por- J tion of Customs Receipts to Satisfy Loan to the Huerta ' Government. ' WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. - Representa tions made hy the ricnch Government regarding customs collections made hj U,S. REVENUE CUTTER WRECKED IN PAGIFIG SENDS CALL FOR AID Vessel, With 72 Aboard, Lands on Bering Sea Shoal Steamships Rush ing to Her. PEATTLK, Whsh., ?ept. 22 Two ships are rushing to """ rescue of the crew di" tho United State revenue cutter Tn homa, Milch went nshoro and was OetiPMl Funston ut Vera Cruz. It wns wrecked on a teef between AlKn nnd Pnl.MOrj today, mo postponing Atncrlcnn r Attu Islands, In the Behrlng Sea. Thd Uxncuntlon of the Mexican poit. t'ntil tin- llnnuclnl tangle Is utiirtvoltd Funston will not move Ills tmops. l'mt of tho collection nie claimed In French flnnnclets ns security for n loan to til" Iturrtn government. That thes...

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

M ... it EVENlSrGiLBpaER-.l?HlLADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914.' 7 FARMERS' MARKET IN SIGHT r AT 69TH STREET TERMINAL Stalls to Be Lot to Producers Only Mid Bavin? in Price Promised j'rlcP.i to thn West r)illailellilti e-on Riinicr of farm products may lio consltl rnl)lv reduced by tin- opening of n farm lit' in-uhcl In tho 69th felreet terminal. VccoidlnS to plnm nnliouticeil by tlio TJi.lInilelnMa nnd Western Itnllwny Com rmt y otiil the I-ehlfih Valley Transit Com ' ,,vf the mailtPt will be In opciatlun hefe're Tlmnltsslvlng. tiy rontltiB stalls tit a nominal (Inure in nioilucerM only, tlio trnetloti utllclnls hone to encourage a hit'SO number ot fill in ' 1 frn, Montnnmoiy. Illicit and other nearby counties to sell their fruit, veiielii. lies and tioultiy illreet to tho consumer, Tlic mlddletniin will bo eliminated nnd his cioflls divided between the producer nnd C"?hc farmers expect to charge slightly t.i-1... mires thnn would 1j paid for commission houses, as the oNpenso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

l ft EVEtflsm LEDaBR-PHlLADELHIA. TUESDAY, SEPMMBEB 22, lb"fi. ifc I IS I ,1 r 5- J k ; . EVENING fts LEDGER PUBLIC LliDOEIl COMPANY ernes it. K. ct:nxis. rnssme.vT. Oeo.W Och. PwretAf.v; John 0 Martin, Treasurer Charles II. LtMlnston. I'hlllp s. Collins, John H. WIN tlnmit. Director. EDITORIAL r.OAIUI: Ctnus It. K. Curtii, Clinlrmnn, P. II. WHAt.EV Hwutlve n.tltor iOlttf 0. MAttTlN. . .Uenernl lluslncM Mutineer Publth1 ilnlly. cccopt Ruwtay. at Pi nt.tc Lriw:n TlulMlnR. Independence Sounrc Ptillmfelphln. trroRit CENTBAt, Prond and Chestnut Street Atlantic Cut Vrr-Vntn nulldln New York ....170-A. Metrepnlllnn Tovver Chicago SIT Home Inurnnro Uullitlng London 8 WnteHno Place. Pall Mall, S. W. NT.WHUL'ItEAt'S! mnntmttirt rtrttEtt; The Patriot HnlMIng Vasiungtox !lrnt:.tt The Pof itullillnic New York rirtinu The Tinei UiilMIng HKnt.t.v HfBEAti HO Frlilrtc1ilri"i Ln.tDON III Bc 2 Pall Mall KnM. S. W. I'Anis IIciujai; .12 Hud Louis le llratid si'nw-imniiJN'rKtiMS rtVMrrlcr. Iim.t nvt.v. ...

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

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 19X4 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA " nyUE Monday Evening Dancing: Class, which J. for many yer. iu"i.i .w. ..u wr vlice, has ct the social status of the debutante. Is for the flrf t time alnco the days of "Danclns AVIIIIe White" without n chaperonc. Owing to the tecent death of a near relative, Mrs. Fretlt tcls Thurston Mason, who for tho last fifteen or more ears has been In charge of the class, IH nnt act In that capacity this yeah, and, so far, no one has been found to take tho bur den t'hlladelphla without a Monday Evening, nt which a itcbulnnto has mot ahd conquered many a hcarl, wilt bo a strange plate. When Mr. White was at the hend of tho clam, the conventional thing was for tho debu tante to appenr In a slmpla French muslin frock, made high at tho back of tho bodlco and opened In n square at tho front, whero billows of lace gave a soft finish; but tho debutante of today seldom wears a slmplo gown, for oven the mo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

'pwf m u 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 191-t. I n p ;i ly rtt WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES STEERAGE FOLKS MERRY DANCES Enjoys Her Days Aboard Boat Watching Happy Homeseekers as T li c y ' While Away the Time. VIII. The 1ny flew by nit tlie Atlnntlc llnor, seven In nil. I think those quiet days woro lmppy ones. Anions the BtceraBC crowd Word kltutly folk. The Irish were the merriest ot nil, and nothing damped their gay enthusiasm. They danced their native dances on the deck untiring, ttnfntlRtied. A concertina adly out of tune, wns their boIo 01 chestra. I loved to wntch tho iutl colleens dance, shawls round their heads, and Irish eyes urIow. llach ko' poon led his colleen to tho lloor, and In cloBRcd feet they tripped tho hnpplest measures. But In the ilntico Onllclniw took the jialm. Stranpely enoitxli. the inch wntiM dance together, scornlnR a umnnti pan jit. t have nnver seen nmre pracefui ilnnccrs t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

EVENING LED&EB-PHILADEkPHlA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,2, 1914. '11 gg ': v; :,;-o-'. fHOTos. D wrcMTtoiWi. tsews seKfcc VOT 4TIS&V ZSTJ rt?lSr SEW SR&&-0 N TVT y?Ttf OF IV&'J- A TYPC7. 3T?ttT SCZM? V T-: JjTCTOV Cf Z.OILV7A' 0ST?Oy0 - 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 -- -I- Scott. lie was later appointed com mnnder. When ho camo back to thl3 country ho waa appointed captain of tho port of Philadelphia. Captain Hushes' widow camo from tho samo seafaring people as the tlllbuster. Sho has two brothora living'. Captain Thomas A. Parkhlll, a retired shipmaster of Belfast, and James Parkhlll, of Phila delphia. Sho was with her husband on several of his llllbustcrlng expeditions. On ono occasion, when the United States author ities wew suspicious of Captain Hushes, sho accompanied him when ho loft Phila delphia with a cargo of arms and am munition. The port officials, ...

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

i IF 12 yi IM iijmj.il iimi SEPTEMBER 22, lOlJE. ( EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, GRIDIRON WARRIORS ARE IN THEIR GLORY NQW-GERMANTOWN GAMES OCTOBER' at 1 , , , , i? hi f OUIMET, IN BAD FORM, LOSES TO PRINCETON MAN Despite His Fine Start, Na tional Amateur Champion Fell a Victim to Grant B. Peacock's Skill, 2 Up and 1 to Play. aitEENwicir cotWTtiv cu;. Greenwich, Conn., Sept, Orntit 1 rencoek, of the Princeton golf team, furnished n sensation In the lli.t round of match 1ny In the Invitation tottrnrf jnent of the Greenwich Country Club today by defcottig Kranols Oulmet, of Woodland, the national nmntoilr chain rlon, by 2 up and t to play. When the match started Oulmct said he felt the. heat keenly, but even so reeled off par figures for the first three holes nnd got n two-hole advantage on the collegian. The champion played n sensational thice on the 430-yard fifth hole, where two Rood shots pot the croon, nnd a tdx-fnot putt brought his llgiiro for tho hole two under par. Thi...

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

'"'- EVENING LEDni-PHlLADELl'HlA, TUESDAY, aMTKMBtoIi . 22, 1' , i$ Uncial and commercial situation at home and abroad-market reports BOND SALESMEN REPORT A BETTER . SECURITIES' TRADE After First Day on Street They Tell of Desire of Traders to Get Into Market. London May Reopen. Bowl salesmen who lmvo been permit ted to Bo on the street nnd canvass for ew limine? are reporting to their liousis fairly brisk demand for both- the listed and unlisted securities. Clotting In direct touch with t',e Individual Invcstoi.i who deal In smnll lots, they naturally nro nble to JudKe the situation outside the broker age ulllces. And, In a seticrul way, they nre icportlns existence of a returned con fidence which they declare Is almost everywhere apparent. There 1ms, In fact, developed Buch a fBry brisk demand, In a small way, for various classes of securities, that tail: Is heard among the Investment brokers of hiving the committees supervising the tales of securities again lift tho ban so that t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

PRICE ONE CENT 1 COURT HOUSE VETO OVERRULED BY ONLY ONE VOTE Select Council Disregards Mayor's Objections to $400,000 Expenditure for New Building. CITY LOAN ITEMS PASSED BY COUNCILS DEBUTANTE HUNTERS AND BLUE-BLOODED HOUNDS TAKE PRIZES II.W1.COO iso.noo wo.ooo ico.nmt VM,Oi) SQU,IHX) Hi.0'. WU)il I.WNl.OllO 4(0(10 .V.f) 200 C aio.co'i irooo son no 7il.lW :vfl SVI.IIOil 2.-,0,evi 1O0 oon inn.on 100 (MP) 0O.fpcH "am.ono K. ww r.oii mo 40 00H CO (VO r.oiuioi Philadelphia Onernl lIoltnt .... West PhllHiI Iphli water nipple . . Sedimentation basin ( Porr'ilalo) .. Water aupplj f-'outh Philadelphia.. 1A ater pipe and appliance llopavinK centre of rilv ttepatinK Parinir Inter.ertlnns Grading Grade croslnK, South Philadelphia Northeast lloulcvant Improvement of ra.un)c avenue. Main sewer Indiana avenue mnln .ewer Hranch rewere ... . Country road Ilrld(tes McKcan. Catharine and f'hrlsllan elreeta piers Fchuyllelll rtlicr bulkhead. .. . City pier. rnalm an 1 Improve ment County prlann ralrmo...

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

iWo3 V -- ' T u PORTS FINAL EVENING LEDGER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I-NO. 8 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014. PRICE OTXE CENT I ALLIES BEAT BACK ADVANCE OF MADER Germans Give Ground on Right Bank of River Oise After Determined On- ' slaught. Berlin Reports Repulses of Sortie From Verdun and Maintains Attacks of Allies Are Weaker. BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLANCE NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 0. 0 0 4 1 0 0 ( Phillies 2 .0000201 Batteries Mayer and Dooin; Griner and Wingo. Umpires O'Connor and Byron. 0- 0- R. 5 4 5 0 i TAIUS, Sept. 22. Fierce fighting continues along the entire buttle front In France, particu larly on the western end of the lino, Tvherc tho flanking movement of the Allies continues, and near the plateau f Craonnc, near tho centre. The War Ofllco reports von Kluk treakonlng on tho German right wing and says Ms retirement will soon bo turned Into flight. Paris has a reHort that General von Kluk lias been re lieved of command. It was officially announced that the (Teutons' as...

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

J. 1 EVENING L'!ED&ER;pmLAfiELPHJiC TITiqaBAY, SEPTEMBBB 32, 1914. - ji RUSSIAN MILLIONS MASS FORCES TO CRUSH LAST LINE OF THE AUSTRIAN RESISTING ALLIES BEAT BACK' ADVANCE OF INVADER Continual from ri' 1 teau of Craonne. This Is n. position of exceptional strength. General Bluecher, who was defeated by Napo leon on the name ground, declared that 25,0d0 troops could hold It against any odds. East of Verdun the. French tines seem tj have been reinforced as thero are eight French army corps near tho Lor rnlno border, where the German left la being attacked with vigor and vio lence. The battle line, roughly speaking, ex tends on the east from a point near St. Die, through Lunevllle, Pont-a-Mous-json, Etaln, Consenvoye, Montfaucon, Elouealn, to the north of Rhelms. Graonne, thence along the Alsne val ley to a point between Lesslgny and St. Quentin. Tho line crosses three big rivers, the Olse. the Alsne and the Jleuse. while It also lies across several smaller ones. French forces have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

3 o5ir Y TURNS OUT TO PAY HOMAGETO THE HORSE AND HOUND AT BRYN MAWR SHOW 'J A GENERAL VIEW OF T&E OVAL. PAIRS OF HARNESS HORSES BEING JUDGED ltS 'WKfW sHi aHB 'WM iwo debutantes, Miss Margaret Bcrwind and Miss Pauline Disston, U SltsWART TAKINU LONE BEN OVER THE JUMPS Mrs. T. Boyer Davis and 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. t The commercial romance of Israel Diamond, of 19th and Mifflin streets, which started last January In New York, ended today at City Hall, where the man was Identified by Dora Wolf as her sister Anna's fiance, and accused of stealing diamonds valued at $1200 from her father. The prisoner Is also charged with stealing J30O worth of dla monds from Benjamin Shapiro, of S76 North Sixth street. Miss Wolf stated that her sister met Diamond about a year...

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

! EVENING- EBDaER-?HiaADBri'aiAH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, lOU, m MEW "PORK BARREL" BILL PASSES SENATE; , CARRIES $20,000,000 Measure Goes Through Without a Dissenting Vote, But Opposition to Cut is Threatened in House. COLD STEEL CHARGE BROKE UP GERMANS' DETERMINED DASH "WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.-Senator Sim mons today reported the substitute rivers 6nd harbors hill to the Senate Imme diately after thni body met and passed the Semite without n dissenting vote. The bill. In addition to providing J20,OCO,000 to be expended on projects now under way nnd alrcadv authorized pro vldes that ntlotmcnt for the Mississippi from tho head of pastes to tho mouth of tho Ohio siiall be expended under direc tion of the Secretary of War, In accord ance with the plan of the Mississippi River Commission a approved by the chief of onxineeis. The hill as It passed the House carried an appropriation of about f53,OiUiiiO. It also Is provided that the Secretary of "War shall report to Congress nt the boglnnlns ...

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