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

EVEtfftfG LEDGESR-PHIABErPHl', OMJEBPAY, SEPTEMBEB 22, 103X - g 14 REVOLT AGAINST VAN VALKENBURG AND FLIMN SPREADS Bossism in Washington Party Which Dictated Lewis' Withdrawal Swings Inde pendents to Brumbaugh Opposition to the Fllnn-Vnn Valken burg "bossism" In the Washington party, and particularly to tho arrangement whereby AVIIIIam Draper Lewis was pre vailed upon to withdraw from the Gubernatorial race In favor of Vance C. McCormlck, tho Democratic candidate, continues to grow through the city and etatc. The 23th Ward Washington Party Com mittee In this city, meeting at 2S23 Frank ford avenue, Inst night denounced tho withdrawal of Mr. Lewis, repudiated tho Washington party and reorganized Itself Jnto the Progressive Republican League. Following this action Dr. Martin Q. Brumbaugh was Indorsed as their candi date for Governor. In Montgomery County C. Tyson Kratz, tho only delegato to tho Anti-saloon League Convention at Harrlsburg last week who openly opposed the Indorse ment o...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

(J EVENING? LDGER-PHlfcABELBHI'A; TUESDAY, gEPfrW&BfelT fe3,' iol& IiBll fl Hal hi sou J to tf tlmif or mild El.the J'crloJ V llal i" Ketl; j ceii f r mm rRT p5n fk of to I ' I l; . ,.' . ? 1 : had Mi i don- ra If y , cr; ( ine. B .1 unil . ikl.i ' hea$ i Dart ,'frig ti Hove ,.J stro ? V.JOU :4 P WOU : !j ? A' voyJ nimi "Drl me f to 10 1 i . rea r f llbe f had f mal K rio- ;fc tin ;JV Ol , OWI kJl opti rIV i. i It U.S.REVEMUECUTTER WRECKED IN PACIFIC SENDS CALL FOR AID Vessel, With 72 Aboard, Lands on Bering Sea Shoal Steamships Rush ing to Her. SEATTLE, WYisli.. Sept. 22 Two ships arc rushing to tlio rescue of the crew of tho United States revenue cutter Ta humn, which went ushoro and was wrecked on u rect between Atka and Attu Islands, in the Behrlng Sen. Tho vessels, which wole about 100 miles dis tant when they picked up tho "S. O. 6." wireless call, nie the Japanese liner Tacoma-Mniu and tho Nome steamer Senator. A wireless dispatch from Captain nichard O Crisp, of the ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

w "Twsa EVBHIKG XEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, BEPTfiMB&R 22, 10,14.. ' rjr FARMERS' MARKET IN SIGHT f AT 69TH STREET TERMINAL Btalla to Be lot to Producers Only nnd Saving lit Price Promised. Prices to the West Philadelphia con Burner of form products may bo consid erably reduced by tho opening of a farm ers' market In llic COth street terminal. AecordlnR- to plans announced by tho rtillndolphla nnd Western Railway Com pany and tho Lehigh Vnllcy Transit Com jinny, tho market will bo In operation before Thnnksslvlnff. By renting stalls at a nominal figure to producers only, tho traction odlclals liopo to encourage a tnigo number of farm ers from Montgomery, Hucks nnd other nearby countlei to sell their fruit, vegeta bles nnd poultry direct to tho consumer. The middleman will bo eliminated and his profits divided between the pioduccr nnd consumer. The farmers expect to chnrge slightly higher prices than would bo paid for rnmmlsslon houses, ns the expense of nut ting "P their produc...

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

BJraR?5 EVJ0HI&G LEDG33B PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEMEMxBBB 22 1914. EVENING fgMa LEDGER PUIJLIC LEDGER COMPANY 1 CmUS H. K. Ct'nTIS, PnKSinFNT. Oto. W Ochn. Secrrtary! John f Martin, Treasurer! Chart H Ludlngton. Philip S. Coltlni, John H. Wll IIAnn, Director. EDITORIAL BOAlltJ: Cians Jt. K. Clrtis, Chairman. r. It. TVHAt.KY nreontlye rMltor JOHN C MAHTiy . . . . Ufncral rtinlneOin natter rubllhni dally, except Kumliy, nt 1'inMc IiFMB UulWInc. Independence Square Philadelphia Ltnoin Cbnthal Broad and Chulnut Street Atlantic Cut 1'irM-t'nfmi nulldlnic Kiv York. ln-A. Metropolitan Toner Entoioo, 81" Horn? in-uiranec lUilldlrpt O.VDON.. ..... ...8 Waterloo Plate, l'all Mall, S. W. NmVSUUHEAfS: ITAitRiaitDii nrjRHAU Th Polrlot P uld ns WARnt.soiov mrirc The J'of IliuMln Kiw Tons Hcbeao The Time? Hulldlnn iiERLtx lirneiti no Krlcdticlittofci .oxdo.v Bimkab 2 Pall Mali Hum. s. W. ai BtasAO 32 Hue Louis lo Urand St'nfCRII'TIO.N Tt.nMS By carrier. l"n v Om., fix conn t!y mall, potpal. ou...

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

mmV: Wmm-mwmmm. "2.2, aofct, SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA mUB Monday Evening Dancing Class, wlilch 1 X fr l",MJ' -VEnM' 'oBclhcr with th'o Assem 1 yiefl. I"b net ho oc,nl "lotus of tho debutante, U for the flrt time alnco the days ot "Dancing Willie White," without a chnperono. Owing to IhP recent death of n near relative, Mrs. Fred trick Thurston Mnson, Who for the Inst nfteon er more yeais hns been In charge of the class, Alii not net In that capacity this yenr, nnd, so far, no one hns beort found to tnlto tho bur don. Philadelphia without a Monday Evening, 'at which n debutante hns met and conquered many heart, will bo a strange plncc. When Mr. White was nt the head of tho class, the conventional thing was for the debu tante to appear In a slmplo French muslin frock, made hlRh nt the back of thp bodice and opened In a (Uare nt tho front, whero billows of lace gnve a soft finish; but the debutante of today seldom wears a simple gown, for even the most girlish nro mado of ...

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

o EVENING .LEDGER PHILADEiLHIA; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1ft 14. L-'-l T - Etnlli i VuTBIK. ' ?b.: he jSl. W &'fil! is SfrF It E'R two 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 Homeseekers as They While Away the Time. VIII. Tho dnys flew by on the Atlantic liner, seven lit nil. I think those quiet dnys ncro happy ones. Among the eteeWBe crowd were kindly folk. The Irish were the merriest of all. ami nothing damped their gay enthusiasm. They tltinccd their native dances on tho deck untiring, unfatlguod. A concertina, aadly out of tunc, wns their sole or chestra. I loved to watch the pretty colleens dance, shawls round their heads, and Irish eyes aglow. Each bos soon led his colleen to the floor, ami In clogged feet they tripped the happiest measures. But In the dnnco Gallclans took the palm. Strangely enough, tho men would danca together, scorning a woman part ner. I ...

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

... ,. .f . . .. . . 1 EVEtflitfG LEDGER-PHlliABELPHrA; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914 . H i- i ' ' , M i . p I i UMllKl' '' ' " "" ' """' -ji -nl TfiMfriri iTWrlfrff hSIMIm1IIm?1Bm11bP mHPiEM'' 'si ' (-"-sko IjFiftlBrt Vy 7S7V Zeify tWJ5T BTA 5R?:& V 77dT &&TH OF IV7&V pes Ttfoyjr&sS fHoroj. B WTe:Av?ToYiV. ws-vy serftxce A TYPC7L JTPttT SCZAtE' V TVT SjFCTOA O Z.CXSIS7V 0-5T?oy0 By GZ?VX7A' I i m 11 '4 11 CUBAN GOVERNMENT TO PENSION WIDOW OF NOTED FILIBUSTER Wife of Capt. Sam Hughes, in Need Now, to Be Helped by Country Hus band Befriended. K'mtA- mm p " I Scott. Ho was later appointed com rounder. When lio oamo back to this country ho wbb appointed captain of tho port of Philadelphia. Captain Hughes' widow came from the eamo seafaring people as tho filibuster. Sho haB tno brothers living, Captain Thomas A. Parhhlll, a retired shipmaster of BelfnBt, and James Parkhlll, of Phila delphia, Sho was with hor husband on several of his filibustering expeditions. On one o...

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

. . . iw , i -. 4 t- m w r f hm i- fin HI I X2 EVENING LEDG-EB-PHILAPIDIiPHJUU TUJUHDAy, nJiiV'risiM.B3un . J3 JIDTRON WABBfOKAKElNTHEIR GL0RYN0V-GERMANT0VN GAMES OCTOBER J ODIMET, 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. GREENWICH COUNTRV CLUB, Greenwich, Conn., Sept. 22. Grant IJ. Peacock, of the Princeton golf team, furnished a sensation in tho first round of match piny In the Invitation tourna ment of the Greenwich Country Club today by dofeotng Francis Oulmet, of Woodland, the national amateur cham pion, by 2 tip and 1 to play. When the match started Oulmet said he felt the heat keenly, but oven so reeled off par figures for tho first three holes and cot a two-hole advantage on the collegian, Tho champion played a sensational three on the 430-yard fifth hole, where two good shots got tho green, and a six-foot putt brought his figure for the hole two under par. This prove...

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

""W 'i m sjbsbw iwf n w J I1 1' ir- w w ' wg ' lFia TNANC1AL AND COMMERCIAL S1TUATI0NAT 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. Bond salesmen who have been permit ted to Ko on tho street and canvass for now business nro reporting to, their houses a fairly brisk demand for both tho listed and unlisted securities. Getting In direct touch with tho Individual Investors who deal In small lots, they naturally tiro nblo to judjfo tho situation outsldo the broker age offices. And, In a general way, they are reporting existence of a returned con fidence which they declare Is almost everywhere apparent. There has, In fact, developed such a fairly brisk demand, In a Mnnll way, for various ctnsseB of securities, that talk Js heard among tho Investment brokers of. having tho committees supervising tho soles of securities ngaln lift tho ban so that trading In lar...

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

tttPtUtSSkM upnijEMiiim-jnji SPORTS FINAL - - VOL. I NO. 8 EVENING LjIhLfyJJLJlx SPORTS FINAL ' PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 1V COURT HOUSE VETO OVERRULED BY ONLY ONE VOTE .Select Council Disregards Mayor's Objections to Bill Condemning Property at 21st and Race. CITY LOAN ITEMS PASSED BY COUNCILS "Philadelphia Oenrral Hospital $1 noo.Mnl west rnuaaeipma waier euppn Sedimentation basin norr..rlle) . . Water supply South Philadelphia . "Water pipe and appliances Jiapavlntr centre of city Tttparlrur Paving- Intersection Grading Grade oroaslnics, South Philadelphia JNortheast Boulevard Improvement of Paasyimk avenue. Main ewra Indiana avenue main eewer Branch seiveri Country rca'p. linages .,!.., McKean. Catharine and Christian streets piers Schuylkill Itlr bulkh'ad . . . City pier, repairs and Improve ments County prlefln Fairmount Park M"V Cobb. Morris and Indian Cre'k Parks Tollce and Are stations I'lre npparu; .Art Museum Farkway Soldiers and Sailors' m...

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

EVENING LEDGER ::v. 1 H6V hi vol. i-yo. 3 IS, REVENUE CUTTER WRECKED IN PACIFIC SENDS CALL FOR AID Vessel, With 72 Aboard, T nnrls on Bering Sea Shoal Steamships Rush ing to Her. SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 22. Two ships Me'rushW to the rescue of the crew Cf the I'nltol States rovenuo cutter Ta hma. which went nshoro nnd was '-reckccl on u icef between Atka and Attu Islands, in the Behrlng Sen. The '..wMb. which weie about 100 miles ills- Hint when they picked up the "S. O. wireless call, arc the Japanese liner aim mo iNumo bivuiiiui PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014. PRICE OOTJ CENT from Captain (Tacoma-'""" Senator. . a wireless dispatch .Klchard O Cilsp, of the Tahoma. picked tip at sea and relayed to headquarters from Sitka, Alaska, says the cutter Is In imminent danger, but It Is believed tho nine olucers and crew of 63 on the 'thlp can take to the small boats with Vhlch the cutter Is well supplied and k safety on one of the small Islands which clot the sea In the vicinity of...

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

insssssra EVENING LEDGEB-PHTLADELPH'iA. fflTESPAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014. RUSSIAN MILLIONS MASS FORCES "fOCRUSH LAST LINE OF THE AUSTRIAN RESffiff Scl fenslvo Is growing stronger at nil joints. An official statement Issued at mid night nnnounced the capture of tho heights of Craonno and tho town of Bethany (pear Rhelms). Today's statement praised the great bravery shown by the troops of tho Allies. It follows: Tho enemy shows signs of'weak enlng as a result of his continued attempts to capture our positions. - On the contrary, our troops, fight ing from well fortified points, have hod a rest and arc taking a strong offensive. Their attacks are grow ing stronger at all points. Great valor has been shown by tho enemy's troops. They have charged repeatedly In an attempt to sllcncG our artillery, but have been as repeatedly repulsed. Tho statement Issued at midnight said: Tho strong, hilly positions at Craonne have been captured. Ad vancing on Rhelms, our troops oc cupied the village of Be...

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

EVENING' LEDGER PHILADELPHIA', TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22,. lffX& 3 I WARMSK-INSDRANOE OBTAINABLE HERE BY WAf OF WASHINGTON Collector of Port , Berry Wires Applications to Treasury Department for Acceptances and Rates. Collector of the Port Ucrry 1ms been authorized by the Treasury Department to recelxo applications from steamship agents, owners and shippers for war risk insurance on cargoes In vessels flying the American flap. Application for lnsuianco of vessels must be done thioURh Wash ington THO nutnoriznuun uuvihibh mo necessity f establishing a separate branch of tho Ilurcau of War Risk In urance here. Upon receipt of application for Insur ance, the collector will wire tho name of the vessel, tho cargo carried, tho amount of Insuranc required, the des tination and approximate sailing date to the Bureau In Washington. In roply ho will receive a rate for acceptance. If It Is acceptable to the applicant, an ap plication shall be made In dupllate upon a .prescribed document. Tho o...

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

I ii Bin Ml m II hlliiiMH i tmm K ' EVENING EEDGERIHIK!A:BEIHIX TTTESBXY, SEPTEMBER 22, TOT& I ., ,, : fflnTf .a 1 iSfcr rrOi'' . (V T """"'TT ,.-i- ,L.mw."w1V v vr ,r . !. f. .ftf .K. .' IT -'. . j&i.fat.' ..... ' J.iar ij -v-is-'-'R -2 j,t.. k-i . ijL a s-vj5.. j., Avarr &-'-:.'' rA, ',' -: t ' . ' r & ut ; , jj&nr-w' . :? ;y?& '-. ju,. - - wi .. .imr .mzm m mvta ,. '' r v.v " ' ' a jHaaaaaBlaW Fl'lilt -' 3 . U . ,. J l in hh JaaaaaaaalflX l?W . -;-W I, i. frMLw MBaflaaaLBB If MT ( : F . X J ! I " J HF'SCfjaaaUaVsCiaW ,1' JolssaialWiiaalP I !w,!SEa.jy...?.t! nniii?ii'ifwiiitiTi' SawJWAriawBr 9J llaflwMl it"lHHBHHiflHilH9BK " fF" r tf2r"& All? Fit! fcl i mm- bm . b 1HIiiiiVHB4k s2"'-m 5?JI nal HI SI fi IS IS wlHllSSlii rFOAfAfrVT OA TV? JKYLWF J STPfTtr&'J C7rfDZ4, LOVl7Vt W Tff rO&FG&'OCMD.&E Ti BL7CKZ'A':D WPJLL3 Or OLD ST. PITTAS szy r Wj' dfjzc&ated By ww? THE CATHEDRALS OF LOUVAIN WERE NOT SPARED BY THE TORCH AND SHELL OF THE GER...

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

g "Ml EVENING LEDGER PHIEADELPHTA", TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 191'. GUKSrNOT PADDED .GLOVES, WEAPONS OF FRENCH BOXER n i Pugilist, in Miclst of Fighting of Sterner Kind, How Captive British caped Near Amiens. lens Es- t . Jq A. J. HORKE AMtKNS, Trance, Sept. 22. r Hven the prim trnfiedy of wnr lins Its other side- I'lsl1" t" f'o story which I hentd he'-" todny while waiting for news from the front. Townrd mo down ono of the streets cams a figure wenrltiR a uniform of the 5th Trench Dranooni. As It drew nearer I thought his face familiar, nnd then t recognized him ns none other than Chnmpbrmi, tho welterweight French boxer, whom I Inst saw In a rlns In tlveipool fighting "Voung" Josephs. "Since that time Chnmpbrun has fought Rummers In London nnd made something of a name for himself In tho Parisian prize ring, but Intel? has been doing some fljthtlng of a sterner kind. He was with hi command at Chnrlerol, Dlnnnt nnd Nnmur. After ho hnd shaken hands ho remarked, 'Ive a fctory for you. I ...

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

c EVENING- LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. OHIO MAN WROTE "DIXIE," FAYORTE SONG OF THE SOUTH First Written as a "Walk Around" for Minstrel Show in New York. Made a Hit at Once. b'otifrs may come nml sours mnv pn, tint snme sotiB" ko on forever. One nt the "forever" npiwnrn to lie "Dixie." Once tipproprlntcil to tlie service of the Confederacy ns n buttle song, Us use nnd populnrlty nrn now national in fstct, one fenrs It tltc xvorlil over. Few know tho words of "tM'do," yet so eontnelmisl pleasing is it music that It has becomo song without words of universal n real. Mnnv stories are related, with more or less authority by the tellers, as to Jio the sons came to tie composed nnl os to the origin nnd significance of the word "Dlcl." There Is, however, no douht ns to Its authorship tt wnt written by Daniel Deer.-ur Ummett In lsM while he wna n member of Itrynnt's Minstrels, whose theatre tvas at 4T2 BruiuUwiy The story of how It came to he writ ten was oftvii told by...

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

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, lOldV HISTOEYlHlJ PUNS EORPASSENGERS ON SIGM-SEEING AUTO -t Lecturer Gives Interesting Account of City's Past Without Its Accuracy Be ing Challenged. 1 Did you ever view Philadelphia from a sightseeing nuto? If you didn't you havo lots to learn. You will rind In sonjo In stances thnt fnmous historians have greatly erred, that statisticians have not been within gunshot distance of facts, and that you'll feel at the end of tho trip that you should hrush up on things concerning your own city. A trip o ono ot these "rubber-neck" tors was taken today by an Kvenlng Ledger reporter. Ho Btnrted from Fif teenth and Market streets In receptlvo mood, but before riding a mile was con vinced that he knew very little, Indeed, about places and events In his own city. The llrst surprise came when tho car teacher! the main postofllcc. There tho jnarathen lecturer pointed to the statue of Benjamin Franklin nnrl announced In authoritative tones. "The...

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

8 . - , EVENING ia LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY' crntrs it. k. cunns, ruMiDtss-r. Oo. W. Ochs. Secretary; John P.. Martin, trefturri ChMM n. Islington, Philip 8. Collins, John U. Wit IUm. Director. EOlTOItlAtTlJOAUD: CrnOS H. K. Ccntts, Chairman. r. H. WHALEr. L. .. Eneiitlv K.IUor JOHN C. MAhTIN. General tuMncM lniiBr Published dally, except Sunday, nt I'rm.lo Lkmier nullillnn. Independent e Sqtinre, Plill.nlelpnin. Liwjer CintrAL promt and Chestnut Streets ATtANTic Cut rrii-I7nfon HulUlIng Nie York 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Chicago. 817 Home Insurance Uultillnft Lo.NMN... .,,.,.. .8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. W. NEWSmJIlEAtTS: irAmiiBtTno BcnrAti The ralrlot nnjl.l tie JVAmtisdTON Hureab The ro: nulMliut Nbw York nc RBAU The Tim' pulMIng HirM.v Horeid it" Krlc.1rlchtmM j.ondo.v xit-RRtu 2 Pall M.iu l-;a-i, f. . Pabii UUjieau n3 Hue Louis le (Jrattd f SlBSC.HII'TIOSltHM't :, Hy carrier. tt.ut.T Oxt.t. six cents. By wall. potfrM , etitsMe of rhllailelphla, except where forelRIt o...

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

tS EVENING T,BDGBB-?fiiIlAiDBLPHtA-, TtJESDjA?, flBPtfBMfiBB 22. ltlfc. 8' SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA - iiwartW. nt Wvnnnwnnil. MS. Lied tavltntlons for a IntRO at-home, . Ln nt licr coiwtry sent the afternoon ,0 be give" ffom 4 unU T O.clocki "' , MiU Kalherino V. Scolcr, daughter of Mr. Hnfi'lBon eeoicr, who ih debutantes of trie season, mcro to meet Mr, and the !The d-ncta, during the afternoon The card of Mrs. Bobert C U. roc I Mrs Kcrreo Jlrlnton, of St. David's, m'introduce their daughters, MIh Caroline I. and Ml" Anna Dinner Brlnton, at a Brl" l wc nes,my, October 7. There lll bo S. orchestra ha. rbeonjing.gcd. ,. Samuel Keen Aahtan. the Misses Ashtoo 2 mS Emma Ashton Dorr will move today Tl their home In Jenklntown to their town l' I 4 (South J3d street, for the winter. Miss ", C;T. Sake her debut at a tea which m-UI vl.ven by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Ashton their country seat. In Wynnewood, the after- Jn of November 7. A supper and dance will So of the "celvlng par...

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

ft) trr" -j. ETENlNa LEBGER-PHIEADEkPHlA, TtfESDAY, StiPffEMBEB 22, 1914. Ml ELLEN ADAIR SEES STEERAGE FOLKS IN MERRY RANGES Enjoys Her Days Aboard Boat Watching Happy Homcscekers as They While Away the Time. VIII. The days flew by on the Atlantic liner, seven In nil. I think those quiet days were happy ones. Among the steerage crowd were kindly folk. The Irish were the merriest of all, nnd nothing damped their gay enthusiasm They danced their native dances on tin deck untiring, tinfntlgucd. A concertina fen lit 4 rtll t rt 4llMB tin B llmln onln JtiJ uui ji vituti o I licit BUIl Ul" i chestra. I loved to wntch the prettv I eollccna dance, shawls round their heads, and Irish eyes asrlow. Kuch bos eoon led his colleen to the floor, and In clogged feet they tripped the happiest Jneasurei. Out In the dance. Gallclans took the palm. Strangely enough, the men would dance together, scorning a woman part ner. I have never si en mor graceful dancers than these men, Gallclan nnd Italian. The...

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