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

POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING w wpijp T "'W"""i TT LriDijJcixi i Miww ni'i' ii i ' '' ' I POSTSCRIPT EDITION ii i VOli. I-NO. J PHILADELPHIA, 3VBDNJ3SD AY, SEPTEMBER 2tf, 1914. PKICE ONE CENT n 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. Voles of dual officeholders, bipartisan ! fympalhlwra with the ..Republican Or ganlzallon, standpatters and boss-con trolled members In Select Councils made possible yesterday the passage of tho ordinance to condemn land for use of the Municipal Court over tho veto of Mayor Blankenburg. There was evident apprehension In Or canlzatlon ranks before the balloting on the measure, that will condemn only a tmall Plot of ground nt the northeast corner of 21st nnd Rnco streets and leave the remainder of the block as a fertile Held for land speculation among the usual bcncllclarles of the city's land Purchases. Judge Brown, of tho Municipal Cou...

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 LKDGER-PHILADISLPHIA WEDNESDAY, SBPTEM&BE 23 1914. . RUSSIANS SEIZING JAROSLAW PRESS ON TOWARD CRACOW, AUSTRIA'S GIBRALTAR frialea thai the Germans loii 7000 men there. British troops nre now supporting tho 1'rench centre nncl n large foice of British Is reported on the Allies' line at Rhelms. The Germans nre making violent ef forts along the French lines around "Verdun In order to offset the progress in the region of Argonne Still farther east, to the right of the Mouse, In tho Woevro district, the Hermans nre struggling against the French forces which are trying to push northward In tho direction of -Melz. It Is estimated that tho French have at least "Ofl.ooo men In the battle lino from llhelms to the Vosgcs, and proh uMv 200.000 more In reserve. NINE MILES OF TRENCHES, FILLED WITH DEAD, TAKEN t: Piinc rrfavfr If t' f ni decf 4 Had of mil tlmltT -.. s r , .crIoW.J3 ItalS ; LONDON. Sept. 23. Nlnd miles of trenches filled with tin burled dead uere the fruits ot yester...

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 MP&EB-PHIIiAPELPHXA, WEDNESDAY, SEPffEMBEB 23, 1014. f "' ' r . ' - 3 SCENES OF HUMAN INTEREST CAUGHT BY CAMERAS IN GREAT EUROPEAN WAR ZONES F mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .-------- - ZZZ'm i m,- """- ai SEUZCfiU6ttTS FIOOD LONDON WITH LIGHT TO DETECT 7EPOPLANE3 WOMEN IMVE TsZATEN THE PZ7CE or men roz woj?k like tij cgs?p oxes jepve j ojt orr-icE rOP GPMs?N T?OOPJ IN THE riELD BELGIUM REEUGEE CHILDREN IN ENGLAND S??Z: H7VING THE TII7E OE THEN? ZIKEJ . ,i SNEEP s9ND SZ&TILLE&Y MFATE TNINGJ MEI?Y IN P7?7f JTJEETJ REMOVING &?7NT7Ar?.i jr.. ,,,, arar thsm rxoK rite MNDzisfrorw? tm (Ka mi! a Xi m, t nSXi

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, I3EMEMBER 23, 1014. A Pllr Crowds of Sad-faced Bel gians Throng Folkestone, Presenting Strange Con trast to Its Usual Holiday Makers. iff ' thi i oh, KP.4 o; 1 II")' thf ,.W? en -.F-" W. ' i MA kjw An t h'lySl Violtl mr .... , UV Wta i "i Ji lnf iw,y, towT IBE-tFr " t&jfc' KM n ' K l ' a i no 6. a ' lilt Is V.K. Iti rtrv tk w. -1 IPs' weif m haf 'St hlnji 4? "Drl ?! me I 3dI rous. ; hadl M " 1 day i. nnar the ,' tat v 'i beef US to A J f i strd JVj J F I 3ii! E3.I r LONDON, Sept. 23. By every boat refugees from UolRlum pour Into London. They have lost home, money, clothing, everything, and but for the ready and kindly help of the r Refugees' Committees would be both friendless and destitute. All that can be done Sot them Is belnp done, and many houses In the West End and In the suburbs of the elty are being placed at thrlr disposal. It Is estimated that since the beginning of the war about 18,000 refugees have ar rived at Folkstone. The ho...

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

BVENtNG- jjEDGEIl-PBilADELPHIA,. WEPffESDAY, SEPTEMBER 33, iOl B ORGANIZED REVOLT AGAINST SMITH AN ANTI-PENROSE STEP Washington Partymen and Members of Republi can WaroVCommittee Would End Former Post master's Leadership. An organized revolt asalnat tho loader lhlp of former Postmaster Thomas H. Bmlth, with a closely allied anll-Penroso movement, ha3 begun In the SSth Ward. This was admitted today by members of the Republican Ward Committee. The first steps In the movo to oust Smith have been taken by Washington party men. Bmlth Is a resident of Olenslde and, ac cording to those leading tho revolt, for number of years has not had tho right to vote In the 3Sth Ward or to maintain his leadership there. Despite his aien ilde residence, Washington party men as trt h has continued to vote In tho jsih Ward and has been tho actual He publican leader. Republican committee men declare they do not object to his voting there, but oppose strenuously his thnds In enforcing his leadership. As a c...

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

G EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1914. TWO EXPERT RIDERS SPILLED BY MOUNTS AT BRYN MAWR SHOW CAMERA CATCHES PROMENADERS AT BRYN MAWR li it Pari tro? . louF lit i -woi IPS ' houfr S'!-'li tvhft &iL?J A'd j ' chafe H et 31 dec, 1 tow! It'ii. nbW St,1 i .1 1. Is fl on At If.'ftS ,,?. ,1k y f Mi r cr't ai 2 fnA S Zt2 U ft m he lnc lf Tchad t- mv J Spectators Thrilled by Acci dents, But Neither of the Men Is Seriously Injured. The hound ere flrMnltiK nt the Imeh ns on the breere H home An old. fnmlllnr, haunting mil from out the huntsmnn'n horn, The thoroughbreds nre pram Inn now on Hryn Muwr e tan bnrk tiatK Where Judges pick the proudeit from the hunter and the pack trnoM ocit T.trr connrroNPKVT I BRV.S MAWlt, Siit Thrilling tumbles, when tu mm ! of whom ni p e.prt hnrppinen, pltihrd over the hcuds of theli mmint-i wlu taking fctircH, featured the liunti"' .u I Jumpers' clns nt the 2Uli tinniuil Uii. JIawr horse show today Hoy Jackson, riding t Wnllls Arm . tr...

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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

EVENING LEDOTJTC-PHILADEI.PHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23? 1914. I flJEHNLE ROUTED I IN CONGRESS FIGHT ID ATLANTIC COUNTY t I. tr t Assemblyman uhciwh Richards, the Commodore's Candidate, Badly Beaten by Bacharach. ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 23. Rout of Kuehnlelsm was nbsolute In yesterday's i t of strength between the Bacharach . ... nnrklne In conjunction with the 'organization of the City Commission nd the remnant oi me un i'"i'i jrpmliatlon that illtt the bidding of the Commodore." Assemblyman Emerson I,. Richards, the Commodore's candidate for Congress, was defeated by HI I votes In the city, I3ach- ,rach curling all nut cigiu or mo n anlslons. Tho Kuehnte forceH lost the Second Ward, tho Commodore's home ill lilon, by 276, Richards losing five of the nine divisions. The routed Assemblyman mndo a bet ter showing In the mainland districts, ind with nil but five districts accounted for Bnchnrnch's lend will not exceed USO Cumberland County, to the groat lurp'rlse of warring factions here...

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

riafl 8 Vi ftVENItfG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPSMBEB 23, 1014. 'r.i idanS II Ttilf spu EVENING tMi LEDGER PUnLlC LEDGER COMPANY CYItUS It K. Ct'IlTIS. rntMDItST. Gtfi. XV. Ochu, Secretary: John t Murtln, TreaMirerl Churl II I.uJlngton. Philip S. Collins, John B. Wll llm. Director , CtMTOKIAL UOAnt)! Crnns II. K. Ocnim, Chairman. P.JI WHALKV Kwultve TMltor ttltttt c maiitiv rinArrti tinMinp Mnnieer fir Published rlnlly. txcrnl Pundny. nt 1'rni.io T.EtxJBn minninjr lnurpemlence squire rnuRtieipnin. I.trmtn CrNTRL tlroml nnd Chestnut Street Atlantic Citi Press-Union Hulliilnir New Yobk..... 1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower Cuti-itm Of? TlAmA IniiiMnrn Tttlllilltlff ft- London 7.8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall, 8. vv. NKWsnonuAUS! JlARfitimiiiTii ItrnEin The TnfHot Ilullil n; Wasiii.noton Hlrbab The Pot Ilulldln New Yonic IliKKtC . The Tlmrs IJulldlng HtRM.v llijRBtu no Frlilrlchtrn;'i LONDON IIUrkiu.... 8 Pall Mall Kant. H. Wi l'isia Dcrkau 32 Hu3 Luuls Ic Urand StilSCIUPiiON Tr IIMS I1y...

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

TwrTp' Wz EVENING IilDDaEB-PHrLADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1D1& 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA rns. t foster TiiuAiAH, or a wen -Ellcna streot, will entertain a box .party Saturdny afternoon In honor of w littlo daughter, Miss Emma Thomas. Tho cucsts will Include Miss Louise Celts, Miss Allc0 Molse, Miss Iluth Umpstead, Miss Lucy Tefferys, Miss Kntharlne Schwartz, Miss Eleanor Morgan, Miss Martha Farnum, Miss Israel Fnrnum, Miss Esther Thompson, Miss Mario Dunham, Carpenter Doan, William Bctts, Franklin Donn. William Brush. Mrs. J. William Totter, and Mrs. Thomas wilt chap erono the party. Mr. and Airs. Mahlon Detts Paxson, of Over brook, announco tho engagement of their daughter, Miss Florence- Paxson, to Harold W. Laird, of Germantown. No dato has been set for tho wedding. Mrs. Charles II. Howell, Miss Beatrice H. Hon ell and Mrs. O. Frederick Jordan, who nr motoring down from Malno, arrived In Lenox jesterday. They expect to reach their homo In Torresdaio cany n...

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

g-aftwq upi $& 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELTHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1915. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON m I find chef 1-131" Tt" iiJi; as II 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 Hint poets sometime make the gravest eirors. They sins of youth and sunny davs and hnpnv hearts. Youth typifies to thorn the sheerest happiness. They cannot see thnt otith mn mean the sheerest pain. When one Is voting one want" so much o desperatelv much Then, oh! the hiart cho If one gets but little' The long. lorn? thoughts of youth" are pns-lnt; transc I know they stretih out to eternity, and always with a wane new restlessness l think It's happlm.-s we eek. but under unfamiliar names. Some call It dutv, some a great larwr hmI tome poor fouls a good time ' in thl world. It innnot .oniu fiom outvvird circumstances. "A heait at IHsun h.jiii Itself" m...

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

tf EVnmtWrT EEDflER-PHILAnELPaiA, WEDNESDAY, -flEPTKMttEn 23, 1014. 11 HEW YORK REGAINS VIRGIN TIMBER LAND WORTHWOO,000 37000 Acres in Adiron ' clacks Won After Long ' Litigation Rights of the ' State Date Back to Revo lutionary War. ALBANY, Sept. 23.-Trnets of vlrshi -orcst, compilslnB ntlogcthcr about 37.- ., situated In various parts of the fores I .v . olttmtei ... .j..,. rnrpst Preserve, liavo been levered for the State through tl.o f- ...,. nt .Tnmes A at tllle of some Parsons, Attorney ...ml With the determination of the I6'11 .,.lll,-l 11tln- o(M) acres, mraiuuimi "i'- .... In ilm nrnsnrve will tlon over prui,r...j hv been settled. Intimates mnde of the value of the i. ml In the Stnte preserve, some of which m, never been touched with nn axe, . from J5S.000.000 to 3S,(W0,. A laro Mrt of IhU valuable territory has been Covered In the past year by the con .Son department of the Attorney fl.MNl'1 mce' ,5xpcrt Ut, senrch"" under the direction of Mr. Parsons and Betjlmln Meriting...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 September 1914

IR- Vf '- s- . iirmw&mBigr'vn' " 12 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 19l dan! 'crlo ' Itali Mfboy mW tyoi Kiij PreG SfjSt "I if f E&l 'hat i I " . B tiF SfI1 a fc K&7 ni' Jjlt.i'l I ijj.KS' An f rJU.5- " 4.R J Bf.1 If ?f dec ;jr 't. tow! il on RV3 At 1 "e ' ffuH. a ir ,s 1 J two., SVsT -.. Ril. fUl BSJ1 i g'rt ."" tfl.4 leaf MR Wa ; I m pon 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. Though the Chicago Cuba are on deck here this afternoon with the Phillies, the. chief local Interest will be centred In the games 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 about the results of the games at the Phllly park Is shown dally by the con stant applause which the scoreboard draws when the results of each ...

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. — 23 September 1914

I V EVENING LEfcGER-PHJLADELPfllA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1014, 13 J ilf MEN OUT FOR PUCES ON TEMPLE'S ELEVEN First Practice Is to Be Held - Today on the Stenton A. A. Field Track Men Appear. Tmpte'-i nrsl call for candidates today V the football team was responded to llJmore than twenty students. Nearly ,11 the aspirants for places showed won . rfu physical training, with an nver- ., wtght of 170 to 175 pounds, thereby Msurlng Temple the heaviest football tem In Hs history. The followlnK seven trans found In the list of candidates llrll be a Rrcai " " ."" ,.......,., . Ihe team: mrry jioscnuuiuen, win, i t yesterday's meeting elected manager; )ttert Shields, elected captain; nay pond Eardlc, Hoy Bresstcr, "William nmer. John Smith nnd George rogla. All the candidates will report for tho lint day ot practice, Wednesday, at 3;tS p. m., at fltenton A. A. Field, nnd every jionday, Wednesday nnd Friday there ifter. Coach Wllllnrd Hess, who was sponsible for numorous victories of the U...

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. — 23 September 1914

m Hi The1 postscript TTntT-TTiXTTXTr EDITION JLi V Jdi IN JLlN VJ B LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. i) riirLADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914. PRICE ON "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. HISTORY AND PUNS FOR PASSENGERS ON SIGHT-SEEING AUTO "Safety First." Tills Is the ery of Philadelphia toclny, when the city enters on a campaign of safety, preparatory to the Carnival ami Convention of Safety, which will open Saturday and continue three days in Con vention Hall, Broad street and Allegheny avenue. The conentton will be eon ducted under nusplces of the Homo and Bchoot League. "Safety Week," as the period will be known, opens toda with exercise In all the city schools. A corps of 200 speak ers, delegated by the Home and School League, will speak on various forms of safety. The children are to be given a lasting impression of what It means to guard the safety of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

WguiJM SPORTS 'r- : EVENING LEDGER SPORTS Mm Jfk 1 H fl VOL. I-NO. 10 rillliADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEl'TEMBEB 24, 1914. FRIGE ONE CENT IAY0R OBJECTS ,T0 BACON'S VOTE : AGAINST VETO r t Believes Court Order Should Have Directed Seating of Moore Pending Final Decision. Forty-Fourth Ward Select Coun - oilman Obedient Servant and Beneficiary of 'the Ponrose-Vare-McNichol Machine. Mayor Blankenburg today expressed tho Opinion that tho Supremo Court should Jiiive seated Dr. Philip II. Moore as Se lect Councllmnn from tho 41th Ward until its decision In an election contest was an nounced, Instead of permitting Dr. Wil liam V. Bacon to hold tho sent. It was bacon's vote which made possible tho passage of tho Municipal Court's vague land-condemning ordinance over tho Major's veto In Select Cotincll on Tues day. The Mayor said Dr. Moore should Jiie been sented, becnuso Judge Auden rled had declared Bacon's election had teen obtained by fraud and tlmt Dr. Moore was rightfully and legally entitled...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

A . Vr ---- -- . . . . . . . - . - . . . " . ..-. . . i i to7 tlm i." id "" ;i HO.M . W frig I fJ lov "Utr 11' i: A, niie 1 C'Si :! ult In , oh. ' ath Pft ..JM ir it i f M deaS . A ,$ TIDE OF BATTLE, IN TWELFTH DAY, EBBS AND FLOWS ON BLOODY FIELDS OF AISNfc town and that ho had n difficult tlms to escape. "Just before the forts felt," said this fugitive, "tho arsenal was blown up. Rather than surrender the remaining Buns to the Germans, the French gun ners smashed tho breechblocks. The Gorman bombardment was tho most terrific I have ever hoard. Thousands of shells fell In the city even' day. Tho fire slackened at night, but did not dlo out completely. Alt tho monuments, publlo buildings and churches In Man beuge wcro badly damaged. Part of tho city was destroyed by flro set by German shells Finally, the French commander had to hoist tho whlto flag. 'Tho Germans had mounted heavy slego guns upon tho roofs of factories outside the town. How they ever lift ed thoso ponderous cannon to ...

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. — 24 September 1914

mMPK'iM iZTS f- iUi-lAiilihiJl -,lt f I t i ir i mm I, i I ",."'' ' .' ' - ' . ' - '.' i ,'. . i . , . . - n i.l. nil i " ,..,... ih I 3 PICTORIAL AND GRAPHIC SCENES OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD i HHiKHt' IHIHhP1' WvKTw '"M. Si ' ' , " .' .' . -till',"! "SP I j m iiii.hu. .....I iii in . ml Debutantes in parade at the Horse Show.' Reading from left to right, they are Katherine Tenncy, Jean Tillic, Huerta Potter. Edith Earlc, Katherine Ogden and Hansell Earle. MRS. EDWARD B. McLEAN MISS JEAN AUSTIN ON GOLD LEAF v. iviV f . B VH f wfrW ' V'g t f i a ? .".SK. 1,t'r..N 's ..j u ' "w i.. ' al '. Ht 1.'- tv' wrMwn SJ5 " , ,: T K. ! ''.. i,tl( ' ' ' f:.-S! t '" - L " 5? BkjW ?ih I wwwww wiw I iwiwwwwmiwiwwiwwmiinji lll.".l.ll n. MR. AND MRS. REED KNOX REGINALD VANDERBILT JUDGING HACKNEY BROOD AND FOAL PEOPLE WELL KNOWN IN THE SOCIAL REALM WHO ARE PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW n Ks; m its TOPERS TREMBLE AT MAYOR RIDDLE'S TALK OF AWFUL "JAG LIST" Photo by 1'nd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

n,Tanv ' I RUMANIA. TREMBLING ON BRINK OF WAR. MOBILIZES FORCES TO AID ALLIES' CAUSE . 1 ' ""' : r- : ; , . it EVENING- LEDGEB-PHILADE1PHIA, THURSDAY,' gEPTEiffSEB U, 1614. ARMY OF RUMANIA MOBILIZES FOR WAR ON SIDE OF ALLIES tdt ISC J'ou - mm wh IMC 8c . ) yjH typ. i preiffl King Carol, Overruled by Cabinet, May Abdicate. fealkan States Probably 'Will Be United Against Turkey. BUCHAREST, numnnln. Sept 21 High odlcial circle today declared Hu mania had now tltially decided to partici pate In the war on the lle of the Allies It Is stated that th new Cabinet 1ms at last !ucceedrd In overeomlnK the opposi tion Of Klni; Carol, at least to the extent ut ngrielng to the mobilization of the Itumpnlan nrmy. Orders to thH effect huvo been Ismied and the mobilization will take place within n. week. The, military council believes that Tin manli will declare war and at once will proceed to the occupation of Transyl vania. The army li anxious to set Into action. It Is In excellent hape, having ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

f-V 'J IVMTiyCh 'BBPflBBFgfejlPtLHlA; ffHUBgPAY, SEPTEMBER 24, U'01: i , , .1 . i i r i I ii I i i ' i, i r KOTHING TOO GOOD FOR BABY, BULLDOG 1 WHO CAUGHT THIEF Animal Avenges Master, Struck Down by Robber. Baby's Value Bounds, But He's Not for Sale. Baby, a loyal bulldog which prevented robbery of his mnstcr, Chnrles Harder, of 151 West alrnrd avenue, a Jeweler, Is hav ing the time of hie llfo today, after spend ing t!e most miserable night of his cnnlno career In an alloy near Second street and Glrard avenue. Tho dog slunk Into the dark alley lato last night, after ho had prevented tho robbery, and lay there whining nil night. The courageous animal was found by Charles Dlchl, of 181 West Glrard ave nue, this morning. Blehl was attracted by the pitiful cries of the dog, and Baby was taken homo again. He Is getting everything ho wants to eat to day and the whole neighborhood Is praising his valor, patting him on tho htad and telling him what a good dog be Is. NEVER WAS A FIGHTER. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

' r vim.tftf tipcnaieatXiA!taiiHi;AV flfltratBPAifj titiptimatefflt MrlSMi. 1 -- - . - -- - - - '-- , i , I in i t rinm in i.Ji ill I nil .m .'.'" - ' "" P au:a to it! I kit ' and :l 3i'ct 9n noof am th m '" is- 12 S ltlt ir r ha la von Ji OVERBROOK AGAINST P. R. R. PLANS FOR FREIGHT YARD THERE BERLIN CELEBRATES ARRIVAL QF WAR TROPHIES Residents Say Smoke and Engines Would Ruin Mal vern Avenue Homes. Want Road Electrified. Residents of Overbrook or making- a decided stand against the Pennsylvania Railroad, which purposes the building of large freight yards In that suburb and the laying of a new road which I will be Used for freight transportation from Glanloch and Fraier to the Pfnn sylvnnla Railroad wharves at the foot i of Washington avenue, via Overbrook and 52d street. Thy say the road as ' now planned will ruin the handsome residential district. The railroad was granted a franchise by the city of Philadelphia for the carrying out of this plan In 1305. This expires In 1915. Sinc...

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