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

""wvFy "H".ltlS,H' i"gjT EVENING!-. LEDGER PHILADBLJPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 19U - r rfn i il i r ii ..ii in- n - - " i i in ii ... j . nil p ''' i tm m wIiipbi wMJwii iawwrtiiwiwwi mi i.nMiwiw.wwMiOMiiiiiWpi-iiiiiwiiwiftiAHMitiin I " " 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA M3 ttlS. T. FOSTER THOMAS, of 9 "West Phll-Ellena street, will ontertain a box party Saturday afternoon In honor of her llttlo daughter, Miss Emma Thomas. The guests will Include Miss Loulso Betta, Miss Alice Molse, Miss nuth Umpstead, Miss Lucy )efterys, Miss Katharine Schwartz, Miss Eleanor Morgan, Miss Martha Farnum, Miss Jeracl Farnum, Miss Esther Thompson, Miss Marie Dunham, Carpenter Doan, William Bctts, Franklin Doan. William Brush. Mrs. J. William Potter, and Mrs. Thomas will chap etono the party. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Betta Paxson, of Over brook, announco the engagement of their daughter, Miss Florence Paxson, fo Harold W. Laird, of Germantown. No dato has been set for tho wedding. jlrs. Charlos II...

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. — 23 September 1914

SwW if mmigij jj j. : 'mxjasw &pnt9'iTVun 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1014'. y i. obj l Witt :! ftp on lEtt 3 rj I IN PK Pit BIT! nd . vie tf reaf llbef- Pr' 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. IX. I think tlmt ports sometimes nmkc the Bravest error. They sing ot youth ami aunny ilajs ami bunny hearts. Youth typifies to them the sheerest happiness. They cannot nee that youth may mean the, sheerest pain. When one la young one wants so mueh ro desperately much. Then, ohl tho heart ncho If one nets but little! Tho "long, long thoughts of youth" aio passing strange I know they stretch out to eternity, ami always with u vague now restlessness. 1 think It's luippliuss we seek, but tituler unfamiliar names. Sonus cnll it iluty, some a hi eat career ami jsome poor fools "a Rood time ' In thi...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

EVBNP-G LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191 11 NEW YORK REGAINS VIRGIN TIMBER LAND WORTH $25,000,000 37,000 Acres in Adiron dacks Won After Long Litigation Rights of the State Date Back to Revo lutionary War. ALBANY, Sept. 23, Trncts of virgin forest, comprising nltoncthor about 37, 000 ncres situated In various pnrts of tho Adirondack Forest Preserve, havo been recovered for the State through tho ef forts of Jnmcs A. Parsons, Attorney General. With tho determination of tho title of somo 6000 acres, additional litiga tion ovor property In the preserve will havo been settled. Estimates mado of tho value of the land In the Stato preserve, somo of which has never been touched with nn axe, range from $23,000,000 to $33,000,000. A largo part of this vnluablo territory has been recovered In tho past yeai' by tho con lervatton department of tho Attorney General's olllce. Expert title searchers under tho direction of Mr. Parsons and Benjamin McClung, Deputy Attorney General, h...

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. — 23 September 1914

Irtff w hwjiwi w urn tifUM ww 'up mi roMw iiwwy"' " H8-J 12 EVENING L'EDGER-PHIUADEL'PHIX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191. CHICAGO HERE FOR SERIES WITH PHILLIES-HEAT RETARDING FOOTBALL TRIAL! IV. 1 K I he rf,r whl 2 Wd ! CHICAGO CUBS HERE TO BATTLE PHILLIES TODAY Interest Locally Now Cen tred in Boston and New York, Where Crucial Games Are Being Staged. Though tho Chicago Cubs are on deck hero tills afternoon with the Phillies, tho chief local Interest -will bo centred In tho Barnes In Boston and Now York, where the Braves and Giants are mak ing their respective fights for the pen nant. Just how little the local fans care nbout tho lesults of the games nt the Phllly park Is shown dally by the con stant applauso which the scoreboard draws when tho results of each Now Tork and Boston Inning are put tip. Whllo tho pitching jesterday In tho last same with St. Louis was not high class by any means, tho Phillies should ngnlii have won out easily, and would have but for wi etched woik on the ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1914. 13 , COMMERCIAL PAPER SITUATION AS IT EXISTS HERE TODAY f Broker Takes Up Problem at Close Range and Tells 1 uoW and Why Such f Transactions Are Put Through. rew pCrSonS rea.lzo how many mllllnn, tt dollars havo como mw -- ' U . .. .......nnnn Wllf hpirntl. konk. since me "'i"" " - Z he .! " commercial paper "on X. ...... A member of a firm hnnd- ' ilnr this form of security was asked to- jv- to explain mo " "irt a time like this," he said, "the wise mf reliant, h has built UP his credit flier a period when It was least needed, imlcad of bothering his own bank, which might be none too glad to welcome him jwt now as a borrower, will go ns usual Mollis commercial paper broker. The poles are made to fall duo a few months ,,en(:e when things may have a rosier jiua and when at least the merchant will have money coming In from his quick wmU." , , "But how docs the transaction Increase tha funds In Philadelphia banks?" he irts ask...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

if tiiwawnniH'ii " viffmwmv'wwi WK'n.;u)nmyip If! , heal lyi EVENING LEDGER v VOL. I-2n'Q. 5) PHILADELPHIA, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. "SAFETY FIRST" THE SLOGAN HERE FOR WEEK'S CAMPAIGN Exercises in Schools and Meetings Today Are Pre paratory to Three-day Car nival and Convention. "Safety First." This Is tho cry of Philadelphia today, when tho city enters on a campaign of pafety, preparatory to tho Carnival and Convention of Safety, which will open Saturday and continue three days In Con vention Unit. Broad street and Allegheny nvenuc. Tho convention will bo con ducted under auplccs of tho Homo and School League. "Safety Week," as the period 'will bo known, opens today with exercises In all tho city schools. A corps of 200 speak ers, delegated by tho Homo and School League, will speak on various forms of safety. The children aro to be given n lasting Impression of what it means to guard the safety of their health, minds and bodies. The exercises In the schools will begin with a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

- W Z1 PTJ" HIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER II I III III II I ii i. NIGHT EXTRA & r f VOL. I-NO. 0 PIIIIjADELPHIA, WEDXJGSBAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 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. Votes of dunl ofuceholders, bipartisan .ympalhlzers with the Republican Or ranlifttlon, standpatters and boss-controlled members In Select Councils made possible yesterday the passage of the finance to condemn land for use of ft. Municipal Court over the veto of llayor Dlankcnburg. There was evident apprehension In Or ganization ranks before the balloting on the measure, that will condemn only n. mal plot of ground nt the northeast corner of 21 t and Hace streets and lVae the remainder of the block as a fertile field for land speculation among the usual beneficiaries of the city's land P Judge Brown, of the Municipal Court, lia already made public a lavish de velopme...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

tf EVENING. LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SBPTBatBEB 23, 101l RUSSIANS SEIZING JAROSLAW PRESS ON TOWARD CRACOW. AUSTRIA'S GIBRALTAR mates that the Germans lost 7000 nvn trirJ-e. IJrlflsh troops are now supporting the r(nch centre and a large force of British Is reported on the Allies' lino dt tthelms. The Germans are making Violent ef forts along the French lines around iVerdun In order to offset the progress In the region of Argonne. Still farther east, to the right of the Meitse, In the Woevro district, the Germans are struggling against the French forces which are trji ing to push northward In the direction of Mctz. It Is estimated that the French Jhave at least 700 000 men In the battle line from nhcims to the Vosges, and prob aulv 200,000 more In reserve. NINE MILES OF TRENCHES, FILLED WITH DEAD, TAKEN LONDON, Sept C3. Nine miles of trenches filled with un burled dead wero the fruits of jester day's fighting by the British troops now making up the nlllcd left wing. They were ...

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

' - -Q ' v, r k i, ' ' .- x I . . ' . '&. I ' ..Wv.w,i.iV eTm.Tim.T.Ti-r do -f01 L I Bvsyiarff ihp-gbb PHAJB'iyiiiiA wiiA 0,? iiri!H- - Ss OF HUMAN INTEREST CAUGHT BY CAMERAS IN GREAT EUROPEAN WAR ZONES r - . . . t , , i .-.. biK?-'?SI?3fillBPfiP C IP, ? ' 1R ' . '-- v..' "Al KHillliufll WWSBEm fit ww:4 SEARCHLIGHTS FLOOD LONDON WITH EIGHT 7V DETECT 7E&OPIANE5 WOMEN HAVE T4jTEN THE JEs9CE OF MEN EOS? WOJ?K LIKE TjHJ CIGS2J? SOXES 3EPVE S7J JOJT OEEYCE5 rOP GEPMs4N TtfOOPJ IN THE TELD BELE-IiTM REFUGEE CHfED&EN IN ENGLAND rf&F H7VNG THE T7E OF THfEjR E1ES ' - I t JHEE s9ND rfJ?rLZEJ?y SMTE' THFJ ATEJVPy JJV JFWJ&J 3TZEETS sworos. urraewrTtatMz News j&evcr JtrjVOVWG &WJVTJVGJ FOHT CHCXCHES TO sxve- mew fj?om the: mvEWLjr of m?.?

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

EVENING LEP&BR-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY PTEMBEB 23y IfrUi, , ,"" '' i 'ml I'' I ill 'hi i in ii i .'i,'.,"1 ' i I "i ihini.iii in., mm.., ..n. in, "'... " ' " , -, '".' " " ' L ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' t. , ". , " Z7 .- NayfJ mtlecf tOT yu. Riff Is nt-H te iii.rii n !& twc ii.i'u ma mm weif 3? heaf hi voyl M hfn ft "Dii Wi U!k.& ioui 7 il ?adl'l lill "3. i&fsl J..X i and ; ii? . . iftf ?V J ' J na "-w mm 1 i '"4 ' B ffi 3 SI' '.J J J ".4 i nai ? BATTLE TRENCHES BECOME DEATH VALLEY AND DEAD BLOCK PROGRESS OF VICTOR ENGLAND IS MECCA OFFUGITIVESFROM WAR'S LURID ZONE Crowds of Sad-faced Bel gians Throng Folkestone, Presenting Strange Con trast to Its Usual Holiday Makers. LONDON. Sept. 23. By every boat refugees from Belgium pour into London. They have lost home, money, clothing, everything, and but for the ready and kindly help of the War Refugees' Committee would bo both friendless and destitute. All that can be don for them Is being done, and many houses In the West End and In ...

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

KVEKIKG LEDaEllPgtTJABELFKtA, WEDNESDAY, SfiPTRSfBER 23, J914. I a w ORGANIZED REVOLT AGAINST SMITH AN ! ANTI-PEMOSE STEP Washington Partymen and Members of Republi can Ward Committee Would End Former Post master's Leadership. An organised revolt atsalnst the leader ship of former Postmaster Thomas B. Bnilth, with a closely allied atitl-Fcnrose motemenl, has begun In Ilia 23lh Ward. Thl w admitted today by members of the republican Waul Cohunlttee. The Hist steps In Ihe move to oust Smith haxe been taken by Washington parly iron. Smith Is a icsldent ot Glcnsldc and, ac cording to those leading the revolt, for number of years has not had the right to Note In the Mth Ward or U maintain Ms leadership there. Despite his Glen lde residence, Washington parly men as lert he lias continued to vote In the SSth. Ward and lias been the actual lie publican leader. Republican committee men declare they do not object to his votlns there, but oppose- strenuously his methods In cnforclnc hl3 leader...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

6 EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1914 (j '. nn tl'utl girl ; i: t si 4 1 m Tr i staJ . 1i dee 4 l s TWO EXPERT RIDERS SPILLED BY MOUNTS AT BRYN MAWR SHOW CAMERA CATCHES PROMENADERS AT BRYN MAWR mT&& Spectators Thrilled by Acci dents, But Neither of the Men Is Seriously Injured. The hounds nr utrnlnlng nt the tAh m on the breeze In borne An old. familiar, haunting mil from out the huntsman's horn; The thoroughbreds are prancing now on Hryn Miwr'i tan bark triick. Where Judges pick the proudest from the hunter) and the pack. trtoM odb srtrr connK.sroNDET.l BRYN MAWU. Sept. J.1 Thrilling tumbles, when twj meti. I" i. of whom nre rsii t horsemen, pitched over the heads of their mounts whn taking fences, featured the hutiters' nml Jumpers' clns nt the 20th annual Hi . n Alawr horse show today. Roy Jackson, riding !' Walll Ann trong's "Drcadnaught," foil while taking a picket fence on the outer course about 100 yards from the tun bark oal. The few scattered s...

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

Tr i J EVENING LEPaEB'-PgllADELPSIA, WEDNESDAY, SBPTEMBEB 23, 19:U. KUEHNLE ROUTED 'IN CONGRESS FIGHT IN ATLANTIC COUNTY Assemblyman Emerson L. Richards, the Commodore's Candidate, Badly Beaten by Bacharach. ATLANTIC CITS", Sept. 23. Rout of Kuehnlelsm was absolute In yesterday's test of strength between the Bacharach forces, working In conjunction with the new organization of the City Commission And the remnant of tho onco powerful organisation that did the bidding of the Commodore." Assemblyman Emerson U. nlchards, the Commodore's candidate for Congress, was defeated by 1414 votes In tho city, Bach arach carrying nil bui eight of tho 43 divisions. The Kuehnle forceB lost the Second Ward, the Commodore's homo di vision, by 27fi, nlchards losing flvo of tho nlno divisions. The louted Assemblyman made a bet ter showing In the mainland districts, and with all but flvo districts accounted for, Bacliarach's lead will not exceed 1150. Cumberland County, to the great surprise of warring f...

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

8 . EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S 1914 M m Winer ui ncrJ I dans fltali I "V" to 1 tlm of nul. tlm AkIa Mtall ! i4 EVENING && LEDGER J PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus . k. ctinns, raisin. . Ochs. Secretary: John C Martin, Trensurer: f Ludlngton, Philip 8. Collins, John H. Wil liam. Director. EDtTORIAL IlOAttlJ : Crsns It. K. CtRTH, Chalrmsn r. n, WHAtEY EteciUlye1llor JOttN C. MARTIN General lliulnetn Manager Publleheil dally, except Sunday, at Pernio I-toosa RuDdlng, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LiDar.a CNTAt...., Broad and Chestnut Streets AtlANtlc Cur rres-l7nfmi Bulldlnn Ntw York 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Cmcioo 817 Home lnuranco tlulldlni London.. 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. S. w. NEWS BUllEAUB ! TjAatttacan llrsKAU The Polriot nulMlnK- Wisiunotov Pcrkad The Post Hulldlnr Ntw Tork Bcrcad .....The Times Hulldlng PtRLtn Uorcad o Frledrlchntraso J.ONDO.N ntJREAD 2 Pall Mall East. S. W. Pari Bureau... 32 Hue Louis la Urand st'nscniPTio.N tehms By Ca...

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

""J haV I? fr - r i , M i,- .. i ii - -.,... ., M ... M, ,ii mjlii "lfcl"1';111 ' ' '' ".. ., ' "T"T.,''"r.'"r"ll'-'"t j i '- '-".""".:'"' ." ' ." -- .ii -., ' ' a: S' SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA f" hmmim mm iinwiiiiBi ' " ii - -riuT I Sk JkffiftfWP. rL X V $L. H MlaaaHlU I MISS LETA LIVINGSTON SULLIVAN Mis3 Sullivan returned this week from Narragansett 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 of Mrs. Edward Troth's Dancing Clasa, which Is held In the ball room of the Germantown Cricket Club, at Manhclm, and which Is one of the moat popu lar classes of the season, will take place Fri day, December 4. Mra. Troth returned thla week from Europe, here she was among the American refugeea. Her aon, Edward O. Troth, who sailed for Europe with his mother laat spring, returned early In July. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cooke, 3d, are spending s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

o EVENING LEBGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 101& WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON 1 ... m m 63M U .jS Jionf J. oii&j . r IJ. J rSrMv -i. If T M J c if. i on. i-lhJ iV e,r'(' t u'ur n Ililr-T moA bi An haI (Wi dec he J ! two ?v well to ,.jt ; i, jt. por" if; .no ?ea, J ? 1J "wf toi ELLEN ADAIR HAS A HEW 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 thai poets sometimes make the Bravest cirors. They sins of youth and unnj dnvs and happ.v hearts. Youth typifies to them the sheet est happiness. They cannot sec that outli may mean the sheerest paJn. When one is ouns on? wants so much -no despratel much. Then, oh! the heart ache if ono gets but little! The ' Ions, lone thoughts of outh' aie passim; strange I know they stretch out to eternity, mid alvias with a vaiie new restlessness i imnii us nuiiinni- "- uk, but uiuler untiinilllar name, tioine call I...

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

Wl."LL ' M I BACE IMPOSSIBLE , AT PRESENT, SAYS ' SENATOR LODGE Convinced by Trip Abroad That War Must Be Fought r to Decisive Issue Urges Neutrality. NEW YORK. Sept. 23.-He.nry Cabot tra. accompanied by hla wife, re turned from Europe this mornlns on tha Olympic, after somewhat of a. trying ex ptrlenco on tho Continent. Senator Lodge eald: "I am chiefly Interested In havlns tho United States maintain strict neutrality. I mean a neutrality which Is not re laxed at ono point to help one belligerent and tightened at another point to harm toother belligerent, but a neutrality that I, absolutely honest and equally rigid toward all belligerents. Tho time may come, I hope It will come, when our good ofllces may bo effectually used for the restoration of peace, but this time ku not yet come. 'This talk about peace JUBt now Is originated by German agents for the Bumose of affecting public opinion here and elsewhere. There Is no reality to It, and K our Government permits Itself to be used a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

mhjbjisk w (' up JMTy ""SUpHrtW J?Tpi , r f 1 vw 12 EVENING liEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, ' SEPTEMBER V 23, 1914 1 CHICAGO HERE FOR SERIES WITH PHILLIES-HEAT RETARDING FOOTBALL TRIALS : CHICAGO CUBS HERE TO BATTLE PHILLIES TODAY Interest Locally Now Cen tred in Boston and New York, Where Crucial Games Are Being Staged. t)nalAil elir1nrl attil ntlrttllfitnH i .i,Ti Vr, A...rtiV.ntv Yi V.i, Render nnd Plank, who will again bear third on an overthrow, lie hail ,. , ,. J,,.,, , ,,, ,.. to make the bag, and why he "'?."' ""l " . ' "-' ' "T . '.u."T... V.7.- c taken such a long chance .!- ".' ".,". J" V " "' ' l !........ ...I., Ult-...! I UI" UC'IllLllil, 1111 'W UIVU i vt li ,v, v.,,,; omha o ntivii "i; -" ... i Though the Chicago Cubs are on deck here this afternoon with the Phillies, the chief local Interest will be centred In the games In Boston and New York, where the Braves and Giants are mak ing their respective fights for the pen nant. Just how little the local fans care nbout...

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

fi A " S ffflW MEN OCT 'JOR PLACES ON i TEMPLE'S ELEVEN First Practice Is to Be Held j Today on the Stcnton A. A, Field I rack Men I Appear Lemple'a first eMt f" candidate today i the football team was responded to V more than twenty students. Nearly t J, lne aspirants for placed showed won 'fttfttl physical training, with an nver t . , w(ight of 10 to 175 pounds, thereby Murine Temple the heaviest football Wm In Its history. The following seven tetarans found In the list of candidates till, be a great asset to the success of i)ii warn. Harry nosenbarden, who was it yesterday's meeting elected manager; Herbert Shields, ciecieo cninum, nuj pond Eardle, Hoy Bresslcr, William lwfr, John Smith and George logla. All. the candidates will report for the jrit day of practice, Wednesday, at 3:15 p. m , t Stenton A. A. Field, and every ...-j... MVulneirinv nnd Friday thero- jionui,?, .... . ifter. Coach Wllllard Hess, who was niponslble for numerous victories of .University of Temple's footba...

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

I",T,P1?-'I v ry' )n um vnyijjtfitj m 'TftmnyiT Erf a i P ' chat pretS I if. noof i ii.n bil JlMl MIF ' Ul girl f'7 TL' trjzi. - . t m; mo& tm Ant i hale f& dec! r. tow! objej to. ,: Is H IV'I. I ion At 4i m m owi optf the? par. the! p.3 . 1 NIGHT EXTRA EVENING , jl. 1 LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I-XO. 0 PHILADELPHIA, WEDXESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2JJ, 1014. PRICE OX CENT "SAFETY FIRST" THE SLOGAN HERE FOR HISTORY AND PUNS FOR PASSENGERS ON WEEK'S CAMPAIGN , SIGHT-SEEING AUTO SEEING PHILADELPHIA Exercises in Schools and Meetings Today Are Pre paratory to Three-day Car nival and Convention. "Safety First." This Is the cry of Philadelphia today, when tho city enters on a campaign of safety, preparatory to the Carnival and Convention of Safety, which will open Saturday and continue three days In Con vention Hull. Droad street and Allegheny avenue. The convention will be con ducted under auspices of the Home and School League. "Safety Week." as the period will be known, opens today with exer...

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