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

pjpnynj 'president demands THAT IINE OWNERS ACCEPT TRUCE PLAN Head of Colorado Fuel and Iron Company Refuses Terms Offered, But Is Told to Reconsider. i i l n i i i i i i .in ii in i ii ii ' j' i i tii i '.'in i i ; 'ii--"" .if 7 , i 1 1 i i i 'I WASHINGTON, Spt. 23.-Presldent Wilson today refused to lot tho Colorado fuel and Iron Company turn down his plan of a peaceful settlement of tho Colorado mining strike, when J. P. Wei borne, president of the company, told tho President that his plan was not acceptable to the company. The President, In reply, told Mr. Wei borne to reconsider, arTd In the most em phatic fashion told him that In view of the present crisis In the country ho should not definitely refuse the otter of settle ment Mr. Welbornc promised to get In touch nlth the other operators In Colorado, and 'have their answer In tho President's hands In a few days. It Is considered 'probable that the operators will square the Issue presented by the President and stand pat in thei...

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. — 23 September 1914

ySfS.l t jjflr. A--n- iirr,fi-"t'a"!"'5j,':5 r4 EVEWIKGEEDGEE-PHIIiADBKPHIA', WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMBEB 23, lOljt. CRACOW NOW GOAL OF RUSSIAN VICTORS -1 IN JAROSLAW SIEGE jReduced Fortress Controls Railway Lines to Galician Stronghold Przemysl Bombardment Continues. ODD FELLOWS MARCH IN BRILLIANT ARRAY AT ATLANTIC CITY TETHOOKAt), Sept. 23. TVIth Jaroslaw In their hands as a re- iult of a bombardment lasting only two days, the llusslan armies expect soon to capture Przemysl. This fortress Is the iast obstacle to n direct march upon TarnoW and Cracow, Austria's most Im portant base In Gnllcla. Its capture Is not essential to the plan of the Russian General Staff, but If Its I eduction can be accomplished a large force of men that would otherwise be held back by Its In vestment would be freed for field service. It was onuially announced here today that Jaroslaw was taken by direct assault and was not surrendered by the Austri ns. The official statement says that the Russians, after shellln...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

Hjrw'ia EVENING- EDttERPHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. F'r " K ORGANIZED REVOLT AGAINST SMITH AN . ANTI-PENROSE STEP Vashington Partymen and Members of Republi can Ward Committee Would End Former Post master's Leadership. movement, has begun In (ho 2Sth Ward, This was ndmlUed tqday by members of (he Hopubllcan Ward Committee. Tho first steps In tho movo (o ous( Smith j,avo been taken by Washington party Smith Is a resident of Qtcnslde and, ac cording to thoso leading tho revolt, for a number of years has not had tho right to ote In tho 23th Ward or to maintain ils leadership there. Despite his Ulen fide residence, Washington party men as cert he has continued to voto In tho SSth Ward and has been tho actual He publican leader. Republican committee men declare thoy do not object to his voting there, but oppose strenuously his methods In enforcing his leadership. As B concrete Illustration of his autocratic control, one member of (he Ward Com mittee (oday pointed (o (he el...

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. — 23 September 1914

tVi I ffi l:i Er r r o iv '"- EVENING LEDGEB-PHILAPELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1PU. SOCIETY THRILLED BY BRILLIANT RIDING OF DARING HORSEMAN CAMERA CATCHES PROMENADERS AT BRYN MAWR SSSG ialeii Iris not The Had ; j cue. II l e. v b m he r ifte lni r 1.1 wbsi Tfr Itwhtc Accidents and Near-Accidents Keep Crowd in Tremor of Excitement. Two Expert Riders Spilled. (" !, l The hounds or? tlrnlnlnc at th lah s on the lirecie I borne Ah old. familiar haunting mil from out the huntninn'n horn, Ths thorouchlirKls arc prancing: now on I3r)n Manrn tan Imrk iruik. whfre Judges pick the proudest from the hunter and the pack. rnoM om rirrconnrjrntt.NT BUYN MAWIl. Sept 21 Thtllls hae been the order of tlie dn at the annual lirn Mni llot-isdnw Almost from the very moment the judgf entered the ring this morning until thl afternoon the ever-Increasing crowd of tpectatorn have been kept In trcinois ; excitement by .1 constant erIC3 of nccl- dents nnd near accidents Never In the hlatury of Uin Maur H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

BFyTVj I'M EVENING LED&lim-PHi:LAPELPHlA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914 7 - N KUEHNLE ROUTED IN CONGRESS FIGHT IN ATLANTIC COUNTY Assemblyman Emerson L. Richards, the Commodore's Candidate, Badly Beaten by Bacharach. ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 23. flout of Kuelintetsnt wrts nbsoluto In yesterday's test of strenBth between the Bachnrnch forces, working In conjunction with the new organization of tho City Commission nnd the remnant of tho onco powerfut organization that did tho bidding of tho "Commodore." AsBomblyman Emerson 1. Richards tho Commodore's candidate for Congress, was defeated by 1414 votes In tho city, Hach arach cairjlng nil but eight of tho 43 divisions. The Kuchntc forces lost tho Second Ward, the Commodore's home di vision, by 276, Richards losing flvo of the nlno divisions. Tho routed Assemblyman mado a bet ter showing In tho mainland districts, and with nit but flvo districts accounted for, Bacharnch's lead wilt not exceed 1250. Cumberland County, to tho great surpris...

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. — 23 September 1914

i mat s - EVENING ft&SllJ LEDGER Pitnt.tr f.rtvipn rmtPANY lf (lmimll k pitnTlu. r.KiniNT. (f-.ah. W.Ochn. Beerrtarv: John C Martin. Treasurer I ' Cnsrlti JI I.tnllnston, I'hlllp 8. Collins, John B. Wll iiitii viirriorp t.. r.unuiiiAij uuaiiui Ctics It. K C'cixTH, Chairman. f. It. WItAt.KT Bsecullve IMHor fOlttt t? MAP.TW Qnrat riusln a M ana x r JfrtelUhed dully, , ecnt Runday, at 1'rM.io t.rmts RulMlng. Independence Piunre. rnlln'le.nnla ' IrrxiM Cestiil..... Broad ahd Chestnut Slrfta lb ATUftttc Cur rrrsn-Vnlon IlMlMln XiW HOHK.. ,,.,,,.. ,, ...,170-A. Mtiropoman "', Cnicico. ti. 81T Heme insurance nulMlns; Lokdoh ft Waterloo liaie. Pall Mall, 8. Vv. NEWSDUnBAL'Bi SUmilarjKi Doru The TatHoi JJu ll n Jvunixero.v ncnrio The rot nujMlns fctw Toss: DHUD The Times BulMlng tflRDOM Dcicad 3 Tall Mall East. S W. Pltll BcisiB .12 Hue Louis la Urand SUDSCnllTION 1 ERMS II narvtr. n,, nvtt. .1. r.ni. tir mill. nntrald ft Ufedfl nt Phlla,!e!nhlfl. eirenf where forelcn lOVnr requires, lmi...

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

mXi E -11 jEVEfflffa EEDGER-PHILAftELPHiA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 19l. f 9' SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA t , , t M MISS LETA LIVINGSTON SULLIVAN Miss Sullivan returned this week from Narraganaett Pier with her mother, Mrs. James Francis Sullivan, and is one of the most enthusiastic devotees of the Horse Show, which she has attended every day since the opening Monday. THE first meeting oi jura, uiwara iruiuu Dancing Class, which Is hold In tho ball room of the Uermnntown Cricket Club, nt Manhclm, and which Is otic of tho most popu lar classes of the season, will take placo Fri day, December 4. Mrs. Troth returned this week from Europe, uliore she. was among the American refugees. Her son, Udward O. Troth, who sailed for Europe with his mother last spring, returned early In July. Mr. and .Mrs. Jay Cooke, 3d, nre spending mer.il days In New York before returning to their homo In Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Sirs, Edward Crozler havo purchased tho Cooke town house, 212S Locust stre...

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

PTWJB? iffwswfv- X " "' 'I1 'V 'f1 " "m' -"fr -1 y g-yrf$f f. 10 n EVENING- LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28.' 10J.3. , H sf t . v . hndf J QOWV &boylH rM crtE Mf in, f Iff i' ' lit-)." anil !! I hen i j , i 11 Fi f.L I tl? Vlovc : IE. ., i,ro . jm vmi '3t f v r- j ' 8& B:'- tvnr . f Iiou , WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRQJ 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. IX. I think that poets sometimes make the Bravest otrors. They slug of youth ami eunny days and happy hearts, louth tvplfles to them the sliceicst happiness. They cannot sec that youth may mean the sheerest pain. l.o. rtnr. is mime nnp wnllts SO nlUCll bo desperately much. Then, oh! tho heart ache If one sets but little! Tho "Ions, Ions thoughts of youth" arc passing Etrange I know they stretch out to eternity, nnd always with a vague new restlessness. I think It's happi...

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

f'JM EVENING EEDGEB-PHILAPEKPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEP'TEMBtm 23, 191 IT M IMPOSSIBLE AT PRESENT, SAYS SENATOR LODGE Convinced by Trip Abroad That War Must Be Fought to Decisive Issue Urges Neutrality. wr.w YORK. Sept. 23.-Honry Cftbot Ydire. accompanied by Ills wife, re turned from Enropo this mornlns on tho ptrlenco on tho Continent. Senator 'ledge said: ' "I am chiefly Interested In having tho , United States maintain strict neutrality. '-, mean a. neutrality whieii Is not re ' jued at ono point to help ono belligerent 'Mid tightened at nnothor point to harm i nother belligerent, but a neutrality that Is absolutely honest and equally rigid 'toward all belligerents. Tho time may 'come. I llono ll wl" come when our , ood offices may bo effectually used for Mho restoration of peace, but this tlmo I. has not yet come. "This talK bdoui pcaco just now is ,iinni((l bv Oerman agents for tho 'purpose of affecting public opinion hero and elsewhere. Thcro Is no reality to It, i and If our Governm...

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

2 Evening ebwgbb phii!adbtiphl, wednespay, septembeb 23, 1914'. MAY HOLD COLLEGIATE 'CROSS COUNTRY RUN HERE-HEAT RETARDS FOOTBALL WORK 1 1 ' ' lTTTr. ,,. In ur rmrnnnTfimfUT I Ku K W R MTO rrminun" CORNELL PILES UP 28 TOO SCORE IN GAME WITH URSINUS Ithacans Tally 14 Points in First Quarter, and 7 Each in Second Periods. and Third ITHACA. N. T.. Sept. 23. -With Hie temperature showing nbove tlie 75 mark, the Cornell University football team play d Its flrst game of the suason, defeating fJrslnus IS to 0. A good crowd of specta tors were on hand, tt was generally ac cepted thnt Cornell would win by a good tcore, though the 41 to 0 victory figures Inst year were not approached. Seven veterans of last year's t'rslnu3 eleven made the difference. Cornell scored 14 points In the first quarter, nnd at the half had 21 points to Its credit, while Urslnus was score less. In the third quarter Cornell scored 7 more points, and as was later to bo tho case, the last of tho day. The Cornell team wa...

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

r.t v jm EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, .WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 101& .' j3 isri i Financial and commercial situation at home and abroad-market reports INVESTORS SHOW AN ANXIETY TO ENTER FINANCIAL MARKETS Bids Above Par for New jYork City Note Issue Re flects the Better Feeling Mow Apparent. j, 1 As Indicating tho general feeling of tonndonco which Is rapidly dovoloplng among Investors, It was announced today from Now York that there la an unusually largo demand for the now city loan of 100,000,000, which has aircaay Been over subscribed. Par and three-quarters Is being bid, hut there Is no disposition to ', tell on the part of tho Investors who were fortunato enough to get some of the allotment. Tho second Instalment of tho loan, ap proximately 51,000,000, la being paid In today by tho bank at the ofllces of J, p. Morgan & Co. To tho present, a substantial amount of the total Issuo has already been delivered to the firm, n i majority of which has been paid In gold certificate...

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

ffSSmmtSmS ESSIES 555sN3PS m il m v la ! por i to iHSPil SPORTS FINAL- EVENTNG 9 LEDGER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I-NO. i) PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. PHIOE ONE CENT BUILDING SOCIETY ACCUSES F. A. FRIEND OF EMBEZZLEMENT Real Estate Dealer Held on Charges Made by Bank Examiners and Detectives. Alleged misappropriation of $7300 from two building and. loan associations ex tending over a period of nearly four jears, resulted In the arrest today of Frank A. Friend, of 4333 Yolk road, a widely known real estate dealer, with offices at Front street and Allegheny avenue. Ho was held In J1WK0 ball for court The arrest came as a result of Investi gations by stato Hank examiners and private detectives. The latter say Friend told them he had recently been divorced and that It had cost him $10 000 to Bet the decree. They also say he told thorn he had recently made (food a shoitage of J000 from the fund1 of another bultd lng and loan association. Friend was aiialgned nt Central Sta tion ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

& VENING JL Ju U fjr Jd H i5(l . n VOL. I NO. 1) PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1014. PRICgG ONE GENT DUAL OFFICEHOLDERS PROVE USEFUL AIDS IN OPPOSING MAYOR Their Votes in Select Coun cil Sufficient to Override Veto of Land Ordinance Reeking With Scent of , Graft. VIRGINIA JOINS DRY STATES State Will Lone $700,000 In Revenue After November, 1010. RICHMOND, Vn Sept. M.-StntV-wldo prohibition won In Virginia yesterday by a majority of from 3.r,.O00 to 40,000 votes, carrying all but four cities nnd sixteen counties. Tho four cities opposing prohibition were Utclimoml, Norfolk, Alexandria and AVIlllnmsbtirg. Tho total vote ran to from 143,00 to 150.000. Tho election results will cause a loss In revenue of moro tbnn $700,000 nnnttnlty to tho Stnle. The Stnto becomes dry on and after November 1, 1910. KUEHNLE ROUTED' IN CONGRESS FIGHT IN ATLANTIC CO, Votes of dual officeholders, bipartisan sympathizers with tho Republican Or ganization, standpatters and boss-con-itrollcd membe...

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. — 23 September 1914

2 EVENING LEPGEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEB 23, 191 i i ! i'c'.ofi hi. m jmeni ipul !? LIIUI Vl mat witd IBM m H I , heat nnrlii i irlsf l)i nou Hi wha I, SO i typS S' cha9 I 1 "3S i-'i .. .K ( mail i on, n atlill Tl 1 mot it ,H a ii v . . u sj nan K set a :i dec) 41 U U I fcf e. bi lh to lie Uter inei rlr, what Thl whlc a4 - RUSSIANS SEIZING JAROSLAW PRESS ON TOWARD CRACOW. AUSTRIA'S ,i GIBRALT but the British flro wns so accurate, so deadly, that all finally had to crawl back to the frail shelter of the earth When the British finally chnrged thoro was hardly a slnglo timvounilod German left In tho tinea. Thousands were dead. The wounded and tho dead were so mixed that It was hard Jo rcscuo thoso who yet had a chance to recover. Out the movement had been a complete success from the British viewpoint, and tho position marks tho first, real ground Rained against tho enemy. From thoso trenches it will be pos elblo to check any further attempt to push southwest, and It rU'cs tho...

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. — 23 September 1914

.EVENING IiEDGBB-PHIDAPELPHlA. ' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2311)13. OTJTCS OF HUMAN INTEREST CAUGHT BY CAMERASlN GREAT EUROPEAN WAR ZONES im ' "" a "n a SEs7RCrtL4VrJ FLOOD LONDON WTN LGiT 7V DETECT 7EROPLANEJ WOMEN MrtVE T4ATEN TNE RL7CE OF MEN EOR WORK LIKE TffJ p .... .i m.i iiiiiii... y. ,j , ..;.m ' teSSBSwEgSBSra 'Ml0flgillP Mrasaa.;: u ' . 1 1 nr-.-jBflsafrMBsaMmMWBB'k; , ass i:vMWWlBll,tmiK m - li . KBiraragwiH vw.Hx iffife:PISIUvL't ? ):SiS''ISilSM--v -i- rop GrpMsiN TROOP J IN TfiE rrLD BELGIUM? RErCSGEE CHILDREN IN ENGLAND S7RE HrfVNG TffE T7E OE TffER LIIT3 4. SNEER S7ND 3RTJLLERV JWSZ1E TNNG'J JPTERRY IN Rrfm? JTREETd 1M i REMOVING PINTNGJ RRQS7 CNCRCNI7S TO 5ZVE T&W rROrt TNE KWMUWarVM i m,m ilJ ili W' t m.m m -

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

EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA? WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191. I TlJ K1 r. nourr ? TVh It C ,.n chaj thai! oil. 1 alhj f ;J t; "I bi 8 to HI 13 V wte ' Ins Mr i woa TW vhi I"l4 BATTLE TRENCHES BECOME DEATH VALLEY AND DEAD BLOCK PROGRESS OF VICTOR ENGLAND IS MECCA OF FUGITIVES FROM WAR'S LURID ZONE Crowds of Sad-faced Bel gians Throng Folkestone, Presenting Strange Con trast to Its Usual Holiday , Makers. LONDON, Sept. 2.1. By every boat refugees fiom Belgium pour Into Jximlon. Thpy hnve lost home, money, clothing, nverythlng. ntid but foi the ready rttnl Ulnilly help ot the War Itefupccs' Committees would bo both friendless ami destitute. All thnt cen be done for them Is being done, mid ninny houses In the West End and In the suburbs ot the. city are belm: placed nt their disposal. It Is estimated that since the beKlnnliiR of the war about I'.OiO lofuRees have ar rived nt Folkstone. The hotels nnd boarding houses there are crowded with them, and they fill the streets In every direction....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

EVENING T.BDGEB-PHILADKLPHIA, WBnyEgPAY, SEPTEMBER 23, lOI-t BUREAU OF MINES PLANS EXHIBIT AT PACIFIC EXPOSITION y im to Bring General Public to Realization of Mining Industry's Meaning and Magnitude. The t'nltcd States Uureatt of Mines Is planning a comprehcnslvo cxlilblt nt the I'anattia-l'ncWc Imposition. In nrrmiBlnB the exhibit the bureau haa lind In mlml not only tho vnluo ot In teresting thoso engaged In tho various mining and metallurgical Intluntrlcs, but also the education of tho general nubile in a better knowledge of tho magnttudo of these Industries nnd to the efforts which arc honestly being mndo by tuo miners nnd mine operators, with the as flstunce of the Utircati of Mines, looking toward a more safo conduct of mining and n nioro efllclent utilization ot tho products of tho mines after they nre won from the earth. The bureau's exhibit Is located In tho Tnlaco of Mines nnd Metallurgy. An au tomatic duplex projecting machine will continuously show lnntorn slides Illus ...

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

a EVENING EEDGEK-PHIEADEEPHrA:, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER &3, 1915. "v HORSES AND HOUNDS, PRIDE OF MAIN LINE STRIVING FOR PRIZES Famous Hunters and Jump ers Feature First Class Judged Today American-bred Dogs Compete Exclusively. The hound ar Mralnlng nt the lih as on the breeze In borne An old. familiar. linuntlnR mil from nu( 'he huntsman's horn. The thoroughbred ore nmnrliiit n . o urjn .Mnur'n inn hiirk mux. Where judge plrk (ho (ifouitent fri-n t hunlir nnd the pink. Iikom out stm i irnni.nroMrNi t MlN MA Wit. SM't . Famruis hunters nnd jutnpot . ti. pick of Mnln Ulna lnlilc, which Iim boon tnklni; Hist nml sciotul pili il mnxl dully since tho npenlllK of tin BMiiint Uryti Mnwr llnrw) Show, tured the II let ctiiF.n Judged Unlnv the liminil dhow, witieh Is ticlim In conjunction with the riulno oiiiiin tlon, Aiticrli"ti)-bioi1 dims i'Ulu. flmiro In todays niinpetlttnn. One of the events exprcteil to pi me of more than usual intertst It tin- hunt class with hounds which will be Jud...

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

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1!U4- BELGIANS ACCUSED OF GROSS CRUELTY TOWARD PRISONERS American Tourist Says Parts of Human Bodies ArVere Found in Pockets of Cap tives Taken by Germans. NRW YOitlv, Sept. 23. A ftory from tho European wnr zone rivaling the tortures of tho Spanish In Qiilalllon wns brought to port today by passengers on bontd the Uranium liner Prlnclpello from rtotterdum. "With rny own eyes I saw ten Bel rians brought Into the plaza nt Bremen nd when they worn searched their pockets were found to bo full of parts of human bodies." said Mrs. Frledo Uau mnn, wlfo of an artist of Milwaukee, WU. Mrs. Baumann, who was accompanied ly her son, Arthur, said sho wbb stopping t Dlcpholz, a suburb of Bremen, when tho war broko out. "It was there that I saw such horrible examples of depravity nnd atrocities .gainst the Germans," said Mrs. Bau Ciann. "The Belgian prisoners, ten In number, cro all old men, too old, In fact, for military service. They wcro ni...

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

8 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 101. m if EVENING S$3 LEDGER POnLIG LEDGER COMPANY CTntI8 It K. CUnTIS. PassniesT. Geo W Och. Secretary; John C Mirlln, Treasurer! Charles U Islington, Philip S. Collins, John II. Wl. Ilams. Directors. EDtTOMAL nOAtlU! Ctnos II. K. Curtis, Chairman. P. II. tVHAt.KV .L . . nxerutUd TMIlor JP"N C- MAIlTl.V J)e nerol Business Manager PuMJ,,,!1 daily, except Sunday, nt ftnrtc t.rniES HUllillnff Independence flquat-e PhlHitelphla. Lfmm Central Broad and Chestnut Streets atumic cm rrc.t;iioTi nuiiding nkw Youk , 170-A, Metropolitan Tower citicAoo 17 Home Insurance nulldlng "'Wi 8 Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, S. VV. NEWS Bf IIBAUS ! JJABniRtira BrnrAD The Pnlrlol Building JVASlitMiTov Bcnriu...,., The Post Building Nfiv Iobk ntBCic The Times Building ntRttv Ucrfac no Krledrlchstrna fcosDON BtBFtn a Ball Mall East. 8 W. I'iRis Bcnuu 32 Hue Louis le Grand t'nt iiirTios trims By carrier. DAtn O.sir. six cents By mall, postpaid eutalile of r...

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