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

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

12 .EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1014. GRIDIRON WARRIORS ARE IN THEIR GLORY NOW-PHILLIES PLAY ST. LOUISA 333 PHILLIES READY FOR FINAL TILT WITH CARDINALS MACKS SLIPPING, BUT STILL THEY HAVE LONG LEAD .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 times, they are not out of 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 of the Plilllles should show such weird lack of form on the bares. Unless the opposing pitcher Is sending over a brand of unhlttnblc hall a Ifnm ought to score tilno times out of ton with a man on tccond and no outs. In the second Inning, after Ludcrus had snt a long double to the bleacher fence, he allowed himself to be picked off the base by h quick t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 September 1914

HSmSSBBEI -7".- . , Vy" isi2JSI22 ? TlftWlVEN ! IQBETRAINEDON .11 EVENING LEDG'ER-PHIIiADELPHTA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, ifll&. 13 Benton groups 1 1 . Director Nicolai Has Man aged to Obtain Use of Ath letic Field for Football and Other Purposes. After many weeks of strenuous labor, Director Nlcolnl has succeeded In ob taining tho Stontoti Athletic Assocla tion'a field for Tcmplo University's eleven this season. Although tho coach lias not yet been chosen, Director Nic olai has announced that the candidates tor tho football team ore to report to day and begin practice tomorrow for what ho expects to bo tho most sue ctssful year of Temple's nthletlo llfo. Tho full football schedule hns not yot been announced, but tho Tcmplo foot ball team will play Us opening gnmo BKalnst Atlantic City High School at Atlantic City, October 3: nt Chester, Ta., against Pennsylvania Military Academy, October 13: Newark. Del., against Delaware College, October 17: at Stenton A. A. field, against Drcxe...

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

VOL. I-NO. 8 dan LEDGER EVENING PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914. PRICE ONE CEJSTT BOY BRAVELY WAITS END OF LONG BATTLE TO SAVEBDRNED LEG Little Hero Hopeful That Removal of Bandages To day Will Show He Is Not to Be a Cripple. &2si ? '.aHHel I.VU TRAIN ENDS LIFE OF DALLAS, $20 CLERK, SUED FOR $60,000 Wife and Several Hundred Persons See Him Virtually Cut in Half at Sixtieth Street Station. DON'TS FOR CHILDREN TERSELY TOLD BY THE CAMERA KENNETH REDAMAR A wide-oed and hopeful little boy sits on an Invalid's chair in the sunlight at tho Frankford Hospital today. With a toy dog clasped tightly In hi" arms ho mutely watches white-clad surgeons and nurses as they so from cot to cot com forting and relieving. With impatience he Is waiting until tho? come to him and unwind bandages from hi less; for what is found beneath will determine whether or not the little boy -will ever walk and play like other boys or be a hopeless cripple with one leg cruelly bent. The child's name Is K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

r-w'u l.i isllW I I" JIM SPORTS EXTRA EVENING iiJCiUvfJuIV SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 9 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191. PRICE ONE CENT DUAL OFFICEHOLDERS ! , PROVE USEFUL AIDS .. IN OPPOSING MAYOR Their Votes in Select Coun cil Sufficient to Override r Veto of Land Ordinance . Reeking With Scent of . Graft. J ' VotM of dual officeholders, bipartisan ' jymrathlwrs with the Republican Or ganization, standpatters ana boss-con- ' trolled members In Select Councils mado poMlblo yesterday tho passage of the ordinance to condemn land for uso of the Municipal Court over tho veto of Mayor Blankcnburg. There was evident apprehension In Or ganization ranks before tho balloting on f tho measure. Uiat will condemn only a small plot of ground at tho northeast corner of 21st and Ilnco streets and leave the remainder of the block as a fertile field for land speculation among t the usual uencncianos un ui .n.j " purchases. . , Judge Brown, of the Municipal Court, Jias already mado public a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

K't-jfttmi s-.""1 EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'ADBLPHIA; WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1014. RUSSIANS SEIZING JAROSLAW PRESS ON TOWARD CRACOW. AUSTRIA'S GIBRALTAR! i J"a Uovffi jj strofi Vi ouP it Bf I1 1 "r!nb l hour lib I "Whfi ill ityp3Bt pretalJH - " j - trenches' 3ammed with German troops walj-hig for fcrdtrs to charge the Brit ish IlitA twlee they essayed to do so, but the British Are was so accurate, so deadly, that all Anally had to crawl bade to the frail shelter of tho earth works. When the British finally charged there .was hardly a single unwounded German left In the lines. Thousands were dead. Tho wounded and the dead tvero so mixed that It was hard to rescue thoso who yet had a chanco to recover. But the movement had been a complete success from the British viewpoint, and the position marks the first real ground gained against tho these trenches It will bo pos sible to check any further attempt to push southwest, and It gives tho Brit ish a strategic position on the hills that comman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

J"1-! Evening ledger-phi iadbiiPHia', WEOTrtaspAY, bept'ember 23, 1914. 3 RESIDENT DEMANDS THAT MINE OWNERS , ACCEPT TRUCE PLAN 3 Head of Colorado Fuel and Iron Company Refuses Terms Offered, But Is Told to Reconsider. WASHINGTON, Sept. . President XfWton today rofused to let the Colorado rue! and Iron Company turn .down Ills lan of ft peaceful settlement of the Colorado mining striae, wnen j. . wei fcorne, president of the oompany, told tho preildent Hint his plan was not acccptnb'lo to the company. The President, In reply, told Mr. "Wei borne to reconsider, and In the most em phatic fashion told him that in view of the present crisis In the country he should rot definitely refuso the offer of settle ment Mr. Welbornc promised to get In touch with the other operators In Colorado, and" va their answer In the President's hands In a few days. It la considered irobable that tho operators will square the Issue presented by the President and land pat on tholr declination. The Colorado Fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

EVENING LEDGflB-PatLAPBIiPHlA WEDNESDAY. gflPflEMBBggS, 1914. J IWI CRACOW HOW GOAL OF RUSSIAN YICTORS l IN JAROSLAW SIEGE Reduced Fortress Controls Railway Lines to Galician Stronghold Przemysl Bombardment Continues. ODD FELLOWS MARCH IN BRILLIANT ARRAY AT ATLANTIC CITY rETItOORAD. Sept. 23. With Jnrolaw In their hamls ns a re sult of a bombardment lasting only two days, the Russian armies expect goon to capture I'rzcmsl. This fortress h the Inst obstacle to a direct march upon Tarnow and Cmeow. Aistila"i most Im portant bnse In rinllcln. Its capture Is not cssontlnl to the plan of the Russian General Staff, but If Its t eduction can be accomplished a largo force of men that would othoiw.ip be held back by Its In vestment would be freed for field set vice. It nn nlllclnll announced hete toda that Junplnw was taken by dliect assault and was not surrendered by the Austrl ans. The olliclal statement says that the Russian", after shdllnB the city for hours, attacked on all sides In for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

FJ EVENING TJ-R-nairPITTTJADEL'PH:! WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 101 jct g ni J M 1. '''I an j 5 nt. 5 'or i hi ' nllj t, If. 'SI of n rd 19 lit ht of n ril If JRGANIZED REVOLT AGAINST SMITH AN . ANTI-PENROSE STEP (Washington Partymen and , Members of Republi can Ward Committee Would End Former Post master's Leadership. An organized revolt ngalnit tho lender hlp of former Postmaster Thomas II. Smith, with a closely allied nntl-i'enrose movement, lias begun In tho 18th Ward. n-iiH was admitted today by members of tho llopiibllcnn Waid Committee. Tho Srit steps In tho movo to oust Smith J'aVe been taken by Washington party "smltlfls a resident of Glenslde and, according- to those leading tho revolt, for mimoer or years has not had tho right Jo vote in tho 23th Ward or to maintain his leadership there. Dcsplto his Glen tide tesldcnce, Washington party men as crt he has continued to vote In tho 25th Ward and has been tho actual Ue nubllcan leader. Republican committee men declaro they do no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

G EVENING L'EBaER-PHIEiV.DEUPHIAs WNESMT SEPTEMBER U 10.1& i .sits lltal &? ID I tlm of fl SflU( .JIB prlft I Half & 1 tnni one H.Sf.'T J '..' " ""3! Ohadl M don t'Hl boy , icn PH' me, Mi' and hi, "I Wit hea lalfcj' nnr SfiP frlsj ?& iov u m vrtu a vii I -t, : wo lH hous 2 harf'fi I ?Xi ,v ar wcis met fouM TO;; hadt r tlorfl, day andu the! watf i. UR inn stn? TWO EXPERT RIDERS SPILLED BY MOUNTS AT BRYN MAWR SHOW Spectators Thrilled by Acci dents, But Neither of the Men Is Seriously In jured. The hound nr MrnlnlnR at the leash (is on the breere Is heme An old, familiar, haunting mil from out the huntsman's norm The thorniiRhhrods nro pranrlng now on Dryn Mar s tan tnrk triuk. Where Judges nick the proudest from the hunters ami the pneh. trnovt orn stttr i'onitEsroM)r..sT.l UllYN MAWIt, Sept. 23. Thrilling tumbles, Vvhen lu m n, hidh of whom aro export horsemen, pitched over the heads of their mounts vvhli taking fences, featured the hunteis' and Jumpers' elnss nt Ulc ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

ES3 EVTSNI-N-G IEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1014. KUEHNLE ROUTED IN CONGRESS FIGHT IN ATLANTIC COUNTY Assemblyman Emerson L. Richards, the Commodore s Candidate, Badly Beaten by Bacharach. ATLANTIC CITS', Sept. 2,1. Houl of Kuehnlclsm was nbsolute In yesterday's lt of etrciiBtli between tlio Cacharach forces, working In conjunction with tlio ncw organization of tlio City Commission ,nd the remnant of the once powerful erganlzatlon thnt did tho bidding of tlio Commodore." Assemblyman Emerson L. Richards, tho Conimodoro's candldato for Congress, was defeated by UU votes In tho city, IJach rach carrying nil but eight of tho 43 divisions, The Kuchnle forces lost tho gecond Ward, tho Commodore's homo di vision, by 276, ltlchards losing flvo of the nine divisions. , Tho routed Assemblyman mndo a bet ter showing In tho mainland districts, nd with all but flvo dlstilcls accounted for Bacharacli's lead will not exceed 1250. Cumboi land County, to tho great surprise of warrin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

L- 8 EVENING LEPGEB-PHILAPEkPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, JOU stro ,ouP i Por; EVENING $sHj LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGKIl COMPANY CYntJfl II K. Ct'UTIB. rnMIDRKT. Geo. W Octn. Secretary; John C Mnrtln, Treasurer! Chrle H UidlnKlon. l'hlll .. Collin. John 1! Wll lim Director. EDITORIAL HOARD: Ctnus II. K Curtis. Chairman. T. ti.JVIIAI.Kr . . . K,frutlve TMItor JOItNT C MARTIN .OenrM HulnpMMiit!SRp Published dally, ecrnt Pun.tay. nt I'lini to t.nxiEn riiillillnr. Inilrpenilenri- Hiiunrr. Phllmlrlphln. Ltpnin CrntdaJ , ...llroacl and Chestnut Pt reels Atlantic C'lTr i'rrs-l'iiIon Ilulldlnn Nrw Yon 170. A. Metropolitan Tower ClitCAoo R17 Homo InMirniire lliilldlnir Lo.NDo.1 8 Waterloo 1'lnie, 1'all Mall. S. V. KKWSUflinAUS: HRRtnrro IIi-isfad The iMfrfY HntM n Wjmiiimiton ItinRlU The Voit ttiilMlnn Nrw York Hireau...... The Times llullillns; llRRti.N UtiRFtu IVI Krleilrlihstrasso London JiiniK.it; 2 Pnll Mali East, 8 W. Piui IlfctAU ,12 Hue Louis le OranJ SI IlfCllll'IIDSTKIIMS Tlrparrler. Dtt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

UlJi KImMI EVENING XJBBOEE-PHiLABELPKIA, VEtftfESBAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1014. -.1. mi- ' ---.. j j i. ii .mi " ----- t - i i '' " ' i - i I, -ir ------- - - ... i in- T .it. - -" l " '" I 9' Will' m 'g C SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA 3el. rrl. on ,; ina ths liejr lay iny ) her j me, 'j entl it. J J gomery Avenue, have returned from spending: several weeks In Eaglesmcre. Mr. and Mrs, F, B, Swope, Jr., havo closed their coltag-e In Lonsport and have returned to their home, 7916 Crcfoldt street. The Hon. and Mrs. Samuel B. Scott, of 129 Highland avenue, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a daughter, Henrietta Scott. MIbs Josephine W, Ncnll, of Mermaid iane, l at present the guest of Mrs. W. Downing, of Tarentum, Pittsburgh. Miss Ncall's engage ment to Alfred Phillips was announced last winter. MISS LETA LIVINGSTON SULLIVAN Miss Sullivan returned this week from Narragansett Pier with her mother, Mrs. James Francis Sullivan, and is one of the most enthusiastic devotees o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

mmmmmmmi 1,-imim1! '" i 'm 10" EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 23, 1918. m WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR HAS A NEW AWAKENING TO LIFE'S REALITY She Arrives at the End of Her Journey and Has Tea in a Small Restaurant in Philadelphia. I think that ports sometimes make th Bravest ctrors. They sing of outh and minny Jays and happy heart, louth typldcs to them tlio sheerest happiness. They cannot see that youth may mean Dip sheerest pain. When ono Is young one wants so much o desperately much. Then, oh! tho hrnrt- ,. it ..- ..,., tint imin Tin "lonn. NCIIU 11 Vile ii.o 'J"v ..i..- . - ..- lonS thoughts of 5 0tlth" aro passing strange 1 Know uie.v sircn-u " w eternity, and always with a Mtgue new restlessness, t think It's huppUie w seek, but tinder unfamiliar names. Some call It dlltv. some a gi'eut cat cor and ... ., iWilo ".i mind time" in thli world, tt cannot come fim outward circumstances. "A neait hi wre lUell" migh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

WgA-J EVEfflSra IEPGEB-PHlLADELPHtA, WflPyflgPAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1918. a PEACE IMPOSSIBLE AT PRESENT, SAYS SENATOR LODGE Convinced by Trip Abroad That War Must Be Fought to Decisive Issue Urges Neutrality. NEW YORK. Sept. 23.-IIonry Cnbot Lodge, accompanied by Ills wlfo, re turned from Europe tills mornlns on tho Olympic, after somewhat of a trying ex perience on tho Continent. Senator Lodge said: "I am chiefly Interested In having the United States maintain strict neutrality. I mean a neutrality which Is not re laxed at one point to help ono belligerent and lightened at another point to harm another belligerent, but a neutrality that Is absolutely honest and equally rigid toward all belligerents. Tho time may come, I hope It wilt come, when our good olllcea may bo effectually used for the restoration of peace, but this tlmo has not yot come. This talk nbotit neaco Just now Is originated by German agents for tho mirposo of nffectlng public opinion hero and elsewhere. There Is no reali...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

t., ii -. 'win-mnwnqt-j 12 EVENING L'EDGEB-PHIUAPELPHlAt WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914- MAY HOLD COLLEGIATE 'CROSS COUNTRY RUN HERE-HEAT RETARDS FOOTBALL WORK 1MRS. BARLOW GOES Ti,. INDIANS SWELTER IN BATTLE WITH , LEBANON VALLEY Warm Weather Makes Players Uncomfortable in Game at Carlisle Coach Glenn Warner Expects Plenty of Opposition. CAHLI8LE, Pa., Sept. 23,-Tho Carlisle Inillnns met Lebanon Valley College at football here this afternoon, the warm est day on which the college game has ever been played in this locality. The players fairly sweltered In the lightest togs they could got. Before the game Coach Guyer, of Leb anon Valley, said that he thought he had tho best team Lebanon hod ever brought to Carllslo, their average weight running over 170 pounds. He fully expected to hold tho Indians to a very low score. Tratt was the only new man In tho In dian llnc-up nt the game's opening. Cnrllle Indians. . Lebanon Valley. (Hitman left end Kcauns Welmis Itanro Motrin 1U!C1 I.ook Aro...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

m .u -i EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914, 13 1,7 ' . .,, Hi"- ' . liTNAJNLlAJL, AINU COMMEKCIAL 31TUAT1UIN AT HUMHi AINU AJBKUAJJ maiuvjcj i nm yxixo CTY'SBUILMKS INVESTORS SHOW AN ANXIETY TO ENTER FINANCIAL MARKETS Bids Above Par for New York City Note Issue Re flects the Better Feeling Now Apparent. Xi Indicating tlio general feeling of confidence which Is rapidly developing mon investors. It was announced today from New York that there Is nil unusually Urge demand for the now city loan of tlOO.000,000, which has nlrcndy been over ....'.enihed. rar nnd three-quarters la telng bid. but there Is no disposition to itll en the part of the Investors who were fortunato enough to got somo of the allotment The Becond Instalment of the loan, ap proximately 14,000,000, Is being paid In today by the bank at tho offices of J. p Morgan & Co. To tho present, .'substantial amount of the total Issue has already been delivered to the firm, n majority of which haa been...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

mim.i i i 4M iSn. K,1 mzivizi: l?'h mil. ii.J i A "M ),.n minr ir Jrt&i irii $ It I :is i m fert POK SPORTS C A 1 If A FIVTINTNG JLJ J-i 1 1 JLL VJI LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 0 PUILADELPniA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. PBIOE ONE CENT I BUILDING SOCIETY ACCUSES F. A. FRIEND OF EMBEZZLEMENT Real Estate Dealer Held on Charges Made by Bank Examiners and Detectives. HISTORY AND PUNS FOR PASSENGERS ON SIGHT-SEEING AUTO Alleged mlsapproprlntlon of $7300 from two building nml lonn associations ex tending over a period of nearly four years, resulted In the arrest today of Frank A. friend, of S3D York rond, a widely known real estate dealer, with olllces at Front street and Allegheny avenue, lie was held in $10,000 bail for court. Tho arrest came as a result of investi gations by State Hank i:nmtmrs and private detectives. The latter say Friend told them he had recontl boon dlvoiccd unit that It had cost him $10,000 to set the dcciec. They also say he told them he hod recently mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

i. NT IT E fspoSfs JINAL EVENING LEDGER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I-NO. 9 PHILADELPHIA, -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Aisles! Savol Ielrv j age tj of Ja ' aonts. aragj, n an anl g out Hilars. Cap. corn 1 fed arasi lng' escus "A bf 'cbcki f the Ishtr, vuti car I lbs ex. night ed h :u la i few t out tint bum, e to Mint amci after mill ALLIES THREATEN GERMAN REAR BY GAINS ALONG OISE Turning Movement Against General von Kluk's Forces Gains Momentum, Ac cording to French War Office State ment St. Quentin Occupied. Invaders Declare Enemies' Centre Is Weakening and Report Repulse of Foe on Lorraine Border Kaiser's Battle Line Firm, Says Berlin. loti resl (U n 4 oamt by. igtni hed, the ,GE u en. ilr4 hlca 'dr nth wph 1MI lag. blnj urk. i i of ..Li one I la in -M IH all In ted has now succeeded In advancing moro than ten miles. The Germans are again attacking In force from the northeast of Verdun, but the French, by a series of brilliant counter attacks, finally repulsed them. The r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

vm "WW&TVfsfii "Sjs ; tS" EVENING LEDGEBPHIL'ADEL'PHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, TPI& kn.ll 11 " fehfiS. tcntlS ' ; . - eaB ' f DUVX b!oi menu n ' pat : nerf J dans ItalL 41 pJl' w r wilt bJ ? skiR. crt : ' f. jpjl ,ne- ! RiPl RS : f i Mtir-'unn i hea : par i (i fli KH. ?a.r I ' ! a irig 4 'a MJ;tr! Sigi star ou ' ''its M B: MM 'tfi i.,. t . :i fW . TMwhijH ?M4 l 10 ra J 'V 41 BM I. T Wf "t " ItH Ijf j me f ?! ' f0Ub If wal J jo beol U I, Ml He koff itt ''If RUSSIANS SEIZING JAROSLAW PRESS ON TOWARD CRACOW. AUSTRIA'S GIBRALTAR ALLIES THREATEN GERMAN REAR BY GAINS ALONG OISE Continued from Pace 1 Vised ngatnst Maubouge, have been moved forward and planted along the German lines and these lmvo proved a strong factor In tho fighting. A number of German prisoners htivo been taken around Amiens. One re port sajs that the enllro general staff of one German division was captured In the fighting along tho upper reaches of tho Olse on Sunday and were taken Into Amiens. One corresponde...

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