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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

IVENIttGr LEDMK-PHItfADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1912. W T GERMANY'S POWER MUST BE CRUSHED, LONDON ATTITUDE vtrtl M ft M t ftp Compromise While Mili tarism Makes Possible Fur ther Dreams of Teutonic Supremacy. I,ONDON, Sent. II. Until Prussian militarism Is crushed for It tlnie, lJOlll on iiuiu mm bum ijiihi.uiu 1,1 refuse even to consider propositions f'J take In London today. It la felt that lb Million of the allies must bo Brcntly ' .understood If It Is believed that any pence proposal woum oven do receivcu it this time, u'ere the war ended today, even though B.igium wete inucmniiicii ami I'runcc re i.tri back Alsace-Lorraine, tho great rerrrian fleet would remain ns a menaco to the peaee of Europe. England Is de-;..-,i.,i that this shall bo tho last war. Offlclals. from tho KI11R down, Insist Hint ii, rp.-il cause of the wnr was the 3or- man dream of world power. A eompro mite now, It Is claimed, would mean that it a later date Germany would renew the attempt, and this time ...

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. — 14 September 1914

VV -t ' m 4 fc 1. fe ?' y . I 8 ' EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, SEPTEMBER y4SF-w"- 14, 1014. ORGANIZED LABOR ENLISTS TO HELP IN EXPANSION OF PORT Central Union Joins "Greater City" Movement, Calling for Trade-getting Fund and Indorsing Municipal Loan. Union labor yesterday enlisted In tha campaign for a "Greater Philadelphia" and following their enrollment In the movement for an enlarged city, volun teered to light shoulder to shoulder with their employers for the cause. The Cen tral Labor Union, at Us regular meet ing, demanded that Councils make posslblo the Improvements which have been planned for the city by passing the loan bill, and also urged upon tho Cham ber of Commerce that It partl mate u Ith labor organizations In the establishment of a Jl.000,000 fund to be used In exploiting Philadelphia and Its products throughout tho t'nlted States and the world. Resolutions, urging the Chamber of Commerce to cooperate with the Labor l'orward Movement Commtttoe and the Central...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

yli, ft. fQ& EVENING LEBGEB-PHILABELPHIA, MONDAY, S3JPtfEMBEB 14, 1914. Pw7) 9 THIRTY-FIVE EVENING LEDGER WAGONS WHICH TODAY DELIVERED THE FIRST COPIES OF PHILADELPHIA'S LATEST NEWSPAPER. EVENING LEDGER DELIVERY WAGONS ATTRACT CROWDS Pedestrians Line Streets as Vehicles, Adorned With osters, Pass in Line Two blocks Long. Thlrty-flvo wngona and twelve automo biles which delivered the Evonlng Ledger to newsstands throughout tho city at tracted crowds today wlion they paiadcd through the centre of the city. Tho wagons and automobiles will bo devoted to the service of the Evening Ledgpr. The parade waa formed In two detach ments. Ono gioup started from tho italics at Ninth street and Glrard atenue and the other from stables at Sixteenth and Balnbrldgc streets. Tho lines then led to Broad street and both divisions drove toward City Hall. They met at Market and Juniper stioets and then started east. Along Broad itreet and In the more densely crowded Market street pedestriann ran to th...

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. — 14 September 1914

w Tit 10 Ar KSSswwww wmirxs&& -a " w" - " ;rtija-W5 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEltfBfiB 14 1914. "I 7) i r -. i iH f'Si EVENING ifi&b LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnua h. k. cunns, rwEMDssr. John Orlbbel. VlcePreiddent! Oeo.W Oche, Secretary; ohn C. Msrtln. Treasurer, Charles II. Ioidtngton, Philip 8. Colllne, John B. William. Director BDtTOntAL BOAnD: Cmcs n. K Ccims, Chairman r. H. WKALBT Kvecutlve r.& I tor JOHN C. MAHTtN General Business Manager Fubllahed dally at Pest to t.rnoim Building, Independence Square, Philadelphia .mats Centbai. Broad and Chestnut fflwu Atlantic ClTT Presa-Union Bulldlns Nsir Toss 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Chicago 81" Home Insurance Bulldlnp liosixm 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S W. NEWSBUP.EAUS! ITAHMiincito BcaitAO The Patrtoi Bu Id n Washington BtacAD The rost nulldlnc Nkw Tobk Bchkau The Tfrnr Bulldln Butt. Bcrzad r,0 Frledrlchtra;e Lomxiv BpaitAO 2 Pall Mall East, 8. VV. Puis Bdbbau .32 Hue Louis la Grand SUBSCRIPTION...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

V jQi gLElft frEDGKRPHIkADtiLPHIA, MONDAY SEPTEMBEB 14, 1914 . 1 Afl I. . "! "" I . r I. 11 IN SOQiWVY MjgS ISABEIi WU11TS PAGE, daughter of jlr. and Mra. William Byrd Page, of Chest Hill'i will he Introduced to society at a larje " which wilt be given in her honor by her ndfather, S. Davis Page, ana her aunt, Mrs. ilm, targe, at their country place, Summer Cre.t,' on aravorB Lftne' C'"08""1 M,1, tho .Bern'oon of October 21. Bummer Crest Ib particularly well adapted for Oufof-door affair. Tho lovely old-fashioned M hM a background of tall shady treti and Utids at the top of a long sloping lawn. A 'umber of affairs have been planned for Mini who Is extremely popular with the rounger et. Among other entertainment to f lven n her honor wilt be a dance, which WII be given during the Easter holidays by jier parent. Mrs. H. ' 0 Sharpies, of Laburnums, Chel ' jmg( wl give an Informal at home on Ooto btr 23 to meet her granddaughter, Miss Hen rietta Howard Sturgls, debutante daughter of Mrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

m TK EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 "JftM. it JLjj JJi Y JLUXl AJL.1 VJI JUJJJLU JUJ- J. JJ.X4J.U.XXiMX UUJL. J.J.1 ..m. V ! .1 . J. ti " 1 vTTAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON DISTINCTIVE CHARM TOO MUCH ECONOMY UNWISE, AS HUSBAND GROWS PROSPEROUS Correspondence of general inter est to women readers will be print cd in this page, Such communica tions should be addressed to the Woman's Editor, Evening Ledger. Thrifty Wife Could Not Adapt Herself to Altered Conditions and Differ ences Ended in Divorce Court. 3v From time Immemorial, the economical wife has been held up as the true Ideal of womanly goodness and virtue, and, In company with the good lady of Proverbs, who rose bo early and worked so unneccs axlly hard, has been eternally and Tdth a most tiresome persistence cited as the real model. But tho reveree side of tho picture la eldom shown, and recently a sad case of It "was notlcod, A little srlrl, who would ha.v been a, sweet l...

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. — 14 September 1914

ri vrfv --w kp TWO GIRLS, CUT OFP BY WAR IN FRANCE, REACH HOME SAFELY Isolated in Breton Village, They Are Held Eightef Days, Then Make Their Way to Paris. To be fltrandod In a seaport town eight hours from Paris, nnd cut oft from com munication with the outsldo world for eighteen days during the mobilization of tho French nrmy, wno the experience of two Philadelphia Rlrls, Miss Hortcnso Levy, H2t North Fifteenth street, and Miss Helen Abrahams, 3119 Diamond street, who returned to this city yesterday after B nerles of exciting experiences within tho war zone. They wcro at a smalleaport town named St. Jean du Dolgt, In Brit tany. "Wo were no worse off than tho rest of (i , women of Europe and a great deal niLie fortunato than tho majority," raid J,is,j Levy yesterday In spcnklng of her exporlenccs. "Kvcrywhero the men havo deserted the villages and tho women' are taking over their labors. "On August 1 I was attracted to tho window of my room by tho pitiful crying st a funeral which ...

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

mtSHUzBmJMSITAdji-ZLJ xsi&sman T.-.VJ & VV- 14 -qf- " ?;g)Fixfmjim "'" iiiiiiiiiiii,i,nmi minium mill w pwwww TDX. li Tl nTm-vrT-vr-! t T7iTk."ni Y T)TrTT;A,nwT.TTrTT Tirn'KrrrA"Tr HT7.DT"n!TVrTf,ni'R. KZ I CARDINALS BACK IN RfrNNING-CHANCE SITUATION DISaJSS-XOCALEUEVENS BUSY v YANKEE MOGULS STILL LACKING IN FORESIGHT While Chance Resigned, He Really Was Forced Out by Owners' Refusal to Make Him Supreme. Long Term of Years Is Necessary to Build Up j Club Which Can Com-1 pete for Highest Honors. ( 1 The story of frank Chance's reilena tlon from the New York AmeMcnn t.ensP club Is ono as ancient ai the national itimo ItEolf. It has eor been the polio of tho majority of club owners to ndont a shifting method of developing n team, rather than one of watchful wnttltiK. which has been so highh successful in the caso of tho AthMics nt this ell and tho Giants of Now 'iork Frank Chanco did not resign because he had not developed a club with coul 1 compete with the better organization...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

'"M ivHHwWiqjSwMw "O"" " ' ' ' ' wpiw.- IV frWuJ-i' ''f-f"y M.-4r HqkMiMK i I - 4 if EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914, I? WORLD'S BANTAM WEIGHT. CHAMPION FIGHTER WILL MEET LOUISIANA TONIGHT GREAT START III WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Out of Ninety-nine Entries, Ninety Starts Are Made in Meeting at Glen Cove, Long Island. Prominent Philadelphlans Play ing in Contest for Highest Honors Society Out in Forco to Follow Play. THIRTY-FIVE ANSWER COACH BROOKE'S CALL Penn's Football Candidates Get Together on Franklin Field for First Real Practice. LOCAL EXPERTS TO TAKE PART IN BIG SHOOT Westy Hogan Trap Tourna ment at Atlantic City To morrow Attracts Finest Marksmen of America. Few Veterans Report, but tho Material Is Better Than for Several Years Past. NASSAU COL'NTIIY CLUB, dlcn Cove, t, I , Sept U t'mlcr skies that seemed to Indicate that Old Sol Is a. very oblig ing chap bo far ns tho fnlr sex is con eerneil. for tho day na nil that could te desired, tho annual tourn...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

16 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER : f FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BRIGHTENS AS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED Local Committee Begins Sessions to Arrange Offi cial Prices for First Authorized Business Since Exchange Closed. Trading In unlisted securities was re sumed her this afternoon under the supervision of a special committee named by the principal bond houses nnd rip proved by the banks and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. A similar committee be San work alonx the same line in New York. Each announced, at the close of the first day's session, that the situation In ths Investment markets had assumed a more decided tone for the bsttor, and that there Is every Indication In favor of u mors general resumption of business In the next week or so. Thera was general response locally to tho requests of the committee for sub mission by brokers of otters to buy and fcell and thousands of dollars' worth of high-grade bonds changed hands today under ofTlclal supervision. The com mittee, at th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

-- ..iiiiinjijiiiippiwm,ii'"q ""'T''ftWWfr - ,----. - --, Hw-ypy--iraiqf-Brt(p' -"M" '- VHjfc 'ij'1 l rh r EVENING LEDGERPniUADEL'PniA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1913. i - " ' H r -wpi 17 LiATIOML BANKS INCREASE HOLDINGS OF UTILITY ISSUES Government Figures Show Growing Demand for This Class of Investment Se curities Three-cent Fare Fight Still On. Vulluiial bnnlf "f lIl country nro mow llio iat conservative purchnsers j .-cuiitlps Tliolr directors consider wisely a""' "c11 ''cf" tlloV Invest tho nnnevs lntmlcJ to them, uliil It I" n- irtwiil tli.it ntiy prcutlty which they pur- haS), nuift him' Hrliinu It, 10 n. mantr-u tftci; ill" xatrtv nnil uonsei viiiiim 1,1,1, ,i,ai.i'lrlio the comluut of the banM llipm-ilve". it is intru'dtltiB to nolii wnat mo nn lloiial banki have been dolus In tho hint Ui jenra nluiiK the lino of public utility InvMtnionls. KIkiiics conililluil by tliu United Slates Comptrollur of tho Cur- ency establish the fnct Hint uic only tocurltle" li. wblrli these uaiiit...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

- ' s mrmvwmwf '"m! wftii i: i.jii iiiii ilfinP! "" J " - 5i(ui'7 TV SPORTS FINAL WENTNG HhAfyCli A.iffWpqipOp VySwTfcaP LEDG ER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. t PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER, 14, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT TAYLOR CARRIES TRANSIT FIGHT TO COUNCILS! Asks Instant Action That Will Give Due Return for Taxes in Form of Better Line Conditions. TJ- to f Carrjlns th fight for an adequate transit system for this clt tlltcct to Councils, painting out the necessity for immediate nctton to give Hie citizens a Juu return for their taes and even pleading for an awakened cotmcllmantc conscience for tin honest Initiative In flvlo affairs, Director Taj lor today again brouttht the whole transit situation be fore the pooplo '!) demonstrating in Councils linn the walk may begin tit once. In a statement toda the Director nU Councils to permit the work on the B-o:il Street subway and elevated lines ti h Rlh by Including In the proposed $11.T' " loan an Item of WO.WX) for the recount! u tlon of sobe...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

Eaaaaaaaaaaaasasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiaaaa .aisaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHWsMaMiaaaaaaaaaaaaasiaaaaa " Z"" &wrviKM , PHILADELPHIA, MOAY, SEPTEIMBM 14, 1914. PBIQE OKE CflftM - - ' B I i i i i i" 1 1 ii i n ii i I, i '"'j1 ' ' - n -Bi. F WRECKAGE IN PARIS CAUSED BY BOMBS DROPPED BY GERMAN AVIATORS FROM AEROPLANES In the main the effect of aerial bombardments has been far less than was expected. Damatre in Paris has been triflinc and there has E-'t! bn complete absence of panic among the people. As a scout, the aeroplane seems to render its most effective service. ANTWERP HAS MANY SCARS AS THE RESULT OF GERMAN BOMBARDMENT FROM THE AIR Here a more determined assault has been made by the Germans from the air than at Paris. Nevertheless, reports agree that W aerial assaults fail to inflict damage enough to be a factor in war. This form of attack amounts, usually, to murder IVs U in S&FB-APRE AFTER-BIGHT ON TONDED SHIP jl!j& Thirty-one passengers...

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. — 14 September 1914

EVENING dflSRr SEES it must travcrso to keep the retirement of tho Cler- fiJiASfon both -lidei are either mrrinndcd by tho French nntl HSvTng? saved tho bulk of Us army soaretrent mat at certain portions ardcfed-on a rout, the German Oen- WjuStart Is now trylni? to reorrnnl7o Mfdofchalve stand so that another fpnslvo weapon can be whipped Into lapo. . ttof tho Information received here ."indicates that tho Oertnah flight fjjnvpldly slackening speed. ft li inlnl'y evacuating all of the northwest if franco and Belgium, ptoparlns for iiifl Koneral concentration In tho I'nst, . jftlthor to resume the oKRresslve should 'tho allies show evidences thnt their ! bwn rapid movements have Immll- capped them, or for it defense of tho I dermnn Empire Itself all along th.' .frontier.. , I . 1 . . 'Thoro Is no attempt In Tarts today to delude any one with a belief that becauso of tho Brent victory of the 'lattle of tho Marne tho war Is over. I Jerman soil Is still Intact and It Is iCbptcd that the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

r ywqpfvv WWm JIyofimjive OP DRUGS, TO BEGIN NEWLIFE , PC K kw.' Tells Amazing Story of the Ease With Which He Was Able to Buy Nerve Qestroying Substances. Twenty-four houra out of a potlco cell, a toy of 1. Pale, thin anl hardly able to , uK one foot after the other, told today ),ow he took to uslni? cocaine and heroin nd what the drug have done to him In the Iwo yeara.he has been their victim. William Schaffer, 822 Olive street, Is the hoy He was arrested as a. disorderly character. Magistrate Tracy, at the Eleventh and Winter streets station, gave him his freedom yesterany. ouuy .., -Klns his light against tho drugs. chaffer Is a flaxen-hnlred youth who n fairly sturdy In the dayB before ho began experimenting with heroin. Ho weighed about HO pounds then. Today ills weight Is down to 120 and tho clothes he wears are sizes too large, though once they ntted him. His head hangs weakly and he has trouble walking moro than a few steps. Schaffer has been treated twice for tho drug habi...

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. — 14 September 1914

i -i ' -Jgwywyw"'. nr tf :&nmww V EVENING rEDERPHIE ;ADEIiPHIA' at A a Fn, iTft r MlW " "--4s 3TDAY, SEPTEMBER vlfgW isr mis. ORGANIZED LABOR ENLISTS TO HELP IN B nYDAMTrtWrtUDnPT Central Union Joins "Greater City" Movement, Calling for Trade-getting Fund and Indorsing Municipal Loan. Unton lnbor yesterday elillstirt In the cainpalffn for n "Clrenter l'hllaJplphla" and following their enrollment In the movement for an enlarged city, volun teered to flfflit shoulder to shoulder with their employer'? fur the cauf The Cen tral Labor Pnlon, at Its regular nvet Intr, dcttinndei that Counrlli make nooslhle tho Improvements which hao been planned for the city by pnxxInK tin loan bill, and also urged upon the Cham ber of Coinnirrcc that it partlcitutf with labor orRntilzatlons In tho establishment of a-Jl.OOO.OOo fund to be used In exploiting Philadelphia and Its products throughout tho United States and tho world. ltesolutlons urging the t'linmher of Coinnieice to rooperatv with the Ia...

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. — 14 September 1914

,' VM 1 j --v- m, i mi - ' - i' ' m '" n N. -: EYENIKG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. Ja 5 m h ', BERLIN IN GLOOM AS PARIS REJOICES OVER RETREATOFTEDTONS Ban On Official News Causes Anxiety Through out Germany F r e n ic h Sing General Pau's Praises. LONDON, flcpt. H. Tho Dnlly News Rotterdam eorraapon dent tolegP "I loam Berlin to bo coming very nnxlouB about happenings on the Western frontier. News now la not published no freely by the Government, and although outwardly there la aa calm a feeling as ever, great anxiety exists monjr the general public. 'This sudden restriction of public news whnn tho public knows that a decisive battto has been fought both In tho But ?at, iJ .i, Wont Is causing suspicion. LonK lists of ofTIcers killed nppoar to the papers nightly and In so.no cases welt, known families have boon wiped out." ARK TWAIN'S OWN IDEA OF THE DEFENSES OF PARIS l. uir it vr - mi i ... sx a wi" ez y& j) im vis vm WlMOSE known families GENEVA (by way of ...

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. — 14 September 1914

ty"$gaw An u "IJJ " ' - n$0l? '-lm 4, 0 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA?, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER T4, XOTS. " -!ji "jjauB'ft u- ' t PARIS, FREED FROM EiEGE PERIL, AWAITS CABINETS RETURN Military Governor Tells War Minister Capital Is No Longer in Peril French Army's Efficiency. By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS PA MS, Sept. 11. Emphatically clcclatlns that all (lunger of n slofic Is now i,it, Oenornl (inlllitil, Military Uovi'inur or Paris, toilny nntl lUjd Minister of War Mlllrrnml thut the capital cm be rotmiiuil hi?ie ill an.v lime. An oillclnl ilccree ti'trnnsrvtrltii; it Is looked for In the erj ncm ruluri. Meanwhile Ucnciul il.illlml la oenillns thu majuitty ill Ills tiiim , tl dett ii.it of Pails, 500.00H men, tn rcltirnice the l'rcnoh forces now nghtino dcp'i.itcb to dilvo the Uerinans bad; nciocs the eastern frontier. Tliev nre tin Ioiirit needed here. They hap been trlwl ami found the wonderful lighters their ollleets previously announced them to be. It was their enerRctlc attack ami complete...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

J 7jwjw9?ifr,''r EVEKItfft 'T.ptrTt.AyT.PMTA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IE, 101. mn 7 OLD DIARY TELLS OF MAD RUSHFOR GOLD Gives Vivid Pictures of the Ar gonauts of Forty-nine, Who Crossed Continent to California. One dny In January. MW, a workman ...... .. .tln,nlnr n till TflCO Oil tllO cngngcu ... ... - ,.itm Zer.cnn n.verob.crvc..e ; yellow particles of metal guuen.. ... .... ....-. antherlnK a nunnllly ha took thorn to his Scmh" together tha two mar . aub wurt them to sonic rude tests, 'Which Mtlned them that tha ahlnlns grains ncro pure gold. Such was tho famous discovery of gold in California. The thrilling secret could not bo kept, although California was then 60 remote a place that several months passed beforn tho outsldo world becatno aware of It. Seldom has the news of a discovery been attended by inorjj dra matic consciences. It threw tho civilized Tvorld Into a fever of anticipation, It etatted throngs of fortuno seekers-cutthroats, gamblers, laborers, physicians, fanners, preac...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

B-- tv SWp!?SP'WI. - $A ffyHiHUfyGjIp " -SM4( 8 fiVENIKG TDGBE PHILADELPHIA, ltfOTDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 19;U, - - - '- . T. . . - I ..- EVENING LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crntis it. k. cunns, pussidest. John Orlbbet, Vie President; Oeo W Ochs, secretary: .Tohn C. Martin, Treasurer, Charles It. Ludlngton, Philip 8. Collins. John n. Williams. Directors EDtTOntALnOAItD: Ciscs IJ. K Ccmn, Chalrm&n r. It. WHAtiET Kiecutlre Edit or k JOHN 0. MAIITIN rjeneral nuslness Manager .M-J . , Publlihed dallr at rcnt.ro t.rroitrt rtull.tlngr. Independence Square, I'hlladelphln T.rnnia OmtiaL ,. . .Droad and Chestnut Street ATLANTIC ClTI..... PrrM-lnlon TlulMlnfc Nw York 170-A, Metropolitan Tower CmcAno t 817 Horns Insurance Building London 8 Waterloo riaee. Tall Mall, S. W. NEWS BUnEAUB : thingness Urmio Th IMtHot riulldlnr WAsmvaTOS Ucread The. Pott nuUdlns Nr.w Yojiit Bcteio The Timt nultdlns 11UN ntrmciB 10 Frlclrlchtrai!ie I.oNto HOMAtj 2 Pall Mall Kaet, S. W. lVims Bureau 32 Hue Louis le ar...

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