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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

M'-jLai - ' I ) I II I ... . .1 . J In I ll HI I I ! I.) ,"'.. - ' ' - ' I ' lk ' ' " " ' ' ' ' if, ': ' .- . Jm& ViJ-&m-mm-M$K&zxt,,'' .. ?&., a m ; ?"' r. .; , .- '';: . T-ssascassaaswa ? -t atwTKBi cj,,iMs,fc,ia;, v -;,- y. fvjMs&TOAi!ia sv'o ; ' I'hotaa by L'mlerwooJ & Underwood. btone bridge at Liege destroyed by Germans and pontoon bridge of boats constructed and used by the German troops SPILLS AND THRILLS AGAIN STIR SOCIETY FOLK ATBRYN MAWR Fourth Day of Show Opens With Near-accidents to Daring Horsemen Half breed Hounds Staged Today. Cords (hat under his satin coat ripple like pliant nteel; Hoofs that spurn the springy turf as miles behind him reel; This Is thu beast they Judgo today at Uryn Mawr's famous course, Tlio proud mid prancing thoroughbred, tho friend of man tho horse. rr.osi a STArr cnnitKsioNDKNT. BItYN MAWR, Sept. 21. Two thrills maikcd the opening of tho fourth day nt tho Bryn Mawr Horso Show, Lurman Stewart ngaln being the principal ac...

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. — 24 September 1914

I s EVENING LBBGT3E Pttll'ADBIPaiA', THURSDAY, SEPTEHtBEB Zi, 19l4-' i -3- t ;i Et A erf ! m V i . malf on a" E gel t I in 1 l "l a I ' carl-! if Trus' rjs 0t B Si I if i noof r I "Si' tha i oh. alh el? sin , T mos An if ha,l IItFf it dec i;i torf "JV Is It. ion At he Is t tWI t wel ' he; vo; hi rne fou T. ha t,0ni.!i; da? anc the war ata(itt'!f hlff H.J Dec ; ""nl M and ;' tr Th '' nd via i tlot to rea lib! hai ma; I rir.q" Ux-i owj opt. the) EVENING $& LEDGER POBLtC LEDGER COMPANY crnus ir. k. cunTis, pwsimnt. 6fl. W. Och. 8ecretarr! John C Martin, Trf"'t CharlM It Ludington. Philip 8. Colllne, John B. Wll llama, Directors. . EDITOniAL noAnm Ctaus II. K. Ccims. Chairman. P. It. WHALBT.. Execatlve Editor JOHN C MATtTlN General Ttutn Manager PnMhM dully, except Sunday. At J".1; ,1'm" nnlMIn. Independence failure. phl'',,Ph,f:...,. At" ToiK. .V. ... ... ...... 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower Ciiwo!f;..V....8IT Home InUmnce nuildlny London..... 8 Waterloo nace, PU Mall, s. w. NEWS BUREA...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

K2STSK3 Pg ffW'JiJ r V SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA u -rttmtAS O. ASHTON will Rive n M luncheon tomorrow nt her country seat, . .. tti wynncwood, to be followed by. ft box 'virty l lnc "" K f.nle niece, MIbb Emma Ashton Dorr. The tilt will l'c fronl the l,cbl,,flnl0 et- I . and Ml. Benuveau Boric, Jr., nntl Miss p tile Dorie, who have been abroad nil sum t nrc now on their way homo on board the rwau'rttanla, which la expected to nrrlve In New tork today or ""' "- " -! . on (he Continent when tho war broke out Jnrt ittl Immediately for England, where they v,ve been awaiting departure. After their re turn they will ro directly to Ablngton to be U,e gueste of Mr. and Mrs. Jlcauveau Borle, Sr. .... Samuel Frederic Houston will Introduce hef datiRl'tor, Miss Charlotte Harding Brown, , (,er home, Uruhn Molr, Chestnut Hill, the ifiernoon or Aovcmocr i, m a uancmfr urn. ills Brown Is tne tiauRiucr or. mo laie unaries ttardell Brown, of Mount Holly, N. J., a tlc- il itendunt of Mell...

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. — 24 September 1914

J 1 'ewlpitBiM!$j!SW'MM' l ' "?" ww 10 LL l I not 1 Th.v 4. ucw atl e!i pal itlte 'crlfl: lUf ii f Parti. Aft ,oft T a had! dolj boy .mil "I hea Par frli lovt strd you liou s tyi chal; pret Mcfi thai , Oh. athf glrll An halt et decl to m L ?M ;. it. on At ho . Is two welt ha vo. hit fou had tlori day the? V ata '". bee to Th4 vie tio to ha rM Uw$ opt jwr the a-,d it M Wb.v as 3 EVENING LEBGEUr-PHIIiADEI.PHlA THTTBBPAYr SEPTEMBER 2'4 4DII. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEEKS UNCLE'S HOME, BUT FINDS HIM GONE A Taxi Ride Through Phil adelphia's Streets Brings New Surprises at Every Turn of Road. x. Once on n time I linil the smallest kitten, and Its ryes were closed, fnr It was only four dnys old. A little villus? boy pulled Its ryes roUKhly open and the kitten died. t know now how that kitten felt be fore It died. It must huvo thought the world a cruel place, and Kind It was to leave It. My rude awakening hurt me, too. for when the lov...

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. — 24 September 1914

1 1 I Ml ftaaaaMal aaaM gftaaaaaaMI F wWWi' 4F ' Jg. ft: f BVllttJ-Ntr' liBDBlt-PHlEAttEEPHlli flgtrftBBAY, SBPTEMBElf 2a,' 1914 OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER JtflClM,l,liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiniiiifinniiiiirnniiiiiritiiirrinimniiiiiMiiiiiii niiiiiinrnriiiifiirtii mm m-t-rninnifiiiiiiw .nniiTniwiMiiin'-ii "' -....tLatttetuhrMSmm "Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disaster in his morning face, Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee At all his jokes, for many a joke had he; Full well the busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned." (Goldsmith's "Deserted Village.") L BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES WOULDN'T you like to be the sun?" "Dear me, no! I would much rather be the sunset. I like the whole sunset better than just the sun alone!" Now who do you suppose was talk ing? Birds? Fairies? Children? No, none of those; Two flowers were talking together and their talk was in the long ago fairyland time of the world. In those days all flowers ...

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. — 24 September 1914

! iiy'.i'frl'-a fW5lv" ' vyiy yftiig ffWmi,&'-&&?r4 ?$&&&! 12 ! teVftNlWGF LEDGER PHII3 AD ErPlTTA THURSt)AY SEPfrMlfeER 2& l914 tahHMiiMinMMikM c fc'l tier I'rlsrl mi llllll of till fluar. v, criu ?- Aldt) V i: ia wh S Ri u: par KING FOOTBALL MOBILIZING MANY RESERVISTS - FIRST BATTLES NEXT SATURDAY? WEAK PUTTING OM , SIX OF CITY'S BEST OUT FOR WOMEN'S TITLE Miss Marlon CresswelKs Sensational Work Makes Her Favorite for Tennis Honors. KAVERFOUU, Pn., Sept. ;4.-In the test to decide which players will compete In tho seml-flmil round In the women's Philadelphia and District championship tennis tournament at the Merlon Cricket Club, Haverford, today, six of the best players In this section met In the third round ot the competition In what proved to be the best events held to date. An lntci e.tlng match was that between Miss Minion Cri'sswell nnd Mrs. Robert Ileruld, the former from Philadelphia Cricket Club and tho latter representing; Belflcld. Miss Cresswo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

ff"8 J BVmiKa tiEDGB-PHILAPELPHIA flHTmgflAT gpygMpEB; jSg, IQjjjy 1S t FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS i GREATER OPTIMISM IS APPARENT IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS Trading Restrictions Being Gradually Lifted Banks Here Busy Working Out Gold Pool Apportionment. Aflilo from tho regular trading' which Is now botnfr put through on a more un restricted basis, both locally and In Now York, Doston and UuHlmore, tho ono toplo of discussion In Ilnanclal circles hero Id the raising of tllo JIUO.OUO.uOO gold pool all thorUcd by tho Kedornl Reserve Uonrd for relief of tho foreign exchungo situa tion, five of tho bis Ilnanclal centres of tho country have already guaranteed sub tcilptlons to cover tho 1 fund. Theso are Now York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston and St. Louis. The amount which each of thcs9 cities was; asked to pledga follows: Now York, $lo,000,000; Chicago, $16,000, 000; Uoslon, U0.000.000; Philadelphia, ?S,- 000,000, anil St. Louis, $0,000,000. This...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

" y&umHMmmJtymiv 'mifJwimifM &'?& -?-'"- SPORTS EXTRA EVENING JCj U vJ M2a MX SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914, PRICE ONE CENT ml . m iaa. M IT !frlgf tsx woiia ' linuL .. ahRa thn HAT h fl .it Sir TJl I'll m5 XU ? ! opt! the) J J! n Ktel tniri r 4 i BOYS PLAYING BALL IN OLD GRAVEYARD SHOCK DOWNTOWN (Tombstones Used as Bases. "Ghouls" Battle on Scene Which Witnessed Last Burial in 1 890. HEEDLESS YOUTH PLAYS WHERE TEARS ONCE FELL A graveyard that neighborhood chil dren use as a plnv ground, where tomb stones are hues for the "Gravevm-d Nine," Is a sight which has shocked thme who wnlk or llvo along Pnssyunk avenue near 21st street. The graveyard U the old Philadelphia Cemeterv, bounded bv Passyunk and Snyder avenue and 21st and I2d streets. Across the way ore the northcrnmort homes of the Olrnrd estate The last funeral there wns In l5". but It might have been 4f years ogn. to Judge from the ruin that rovers th- tract Weeds grown waist...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

cZisTn UJSUVI f JW jij.uiij.ui Hritlf ' - U tmfji ""- t?4H'gl(')iVt SPORTS FINAL EVENING LEDGER mmmfa SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT ALLIES ON RIGHT CHECK TERRIFIC GERMAN ATTACK French Assert Fortifications Extending From Argonne to Meuse River are Holding Firm Against Fierce Bom bardment by Kaiser's Forces. Capture of Peronne Further Imperils Harassed Right Wing of von Kluk Both Sides Rush Forward Heavy Re inforcements on Twelfth Day of Battle. BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLANCE NATIONAL LEAGUE FIRST GAME Chicago 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 Phillies 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 Batteries Rlxey and Klllefer; Humphries and Bresnahan. Umpires Rigler and Hart. SECOND GAME Chicago 2 0 Phillies 0 4 Batteries Mayer and Burns; Pierce and Archer, Umpires Hart and Rigler. i PARIS. Sept. 24. Gorman forces havo renewed their assaults on tho forts guarding tho right of tho Allies' lino. In a desperate effort to divert the foo's attention from tho Invaders' right -wing, co...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

H .-w-".inw- r 9- s EVENING LEDGER-?HII;aPBLHIA THURSDAY, SEPTMBER 2i 1QU. f -"ssi'S ; thai W TIDE OF BATTLE, IN TWELFTH DAY, EBBS AND FLOWS ON BLOODY FIELDS OF AENBfr ALLIES ON RIGHT CHECK GERMAN TERRIFIC ATTACK Centlnned from ran 1 town and that he had a difficult tlma to escape. "Just before th forts fell," said this fugitive "the arsenal was blown up. Rather than surrender the remaining guns to the Germans, the French gun ners smashed tho breechblocks. The German bombardment -was tho most torrifle I have over heard. Thousands of shells fell In the city ever' day. Thi fire slackened at night, but did not dlo out completely. All the monuments, public buildings and churches In Jlau ben go wcro bndly damaged. Tart of tho city was destroyed by fire set by German Bhells. Finally, the French commander had to hoist the white flag. 'The Germans had mounted heavy slego guns upon the roofs of factories outside the town. How they ever lift ed thoso ponderous cannon to tho top of tho buildin...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

vtj EYlSyilsrG LEBaER-PHILAPELPHlA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1ML2. ; g TUTORIAL AND GRAPHIC SCENES OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD B tj'1-' V i ''vj w 1 " '-' i 'Ela8sflalSala&af Mt-jfliv .i'i ' . "i ,'jh I v "MHM t. aLB 4r JLIat jA J jr HaBaaaaaaLtaflaaflaBaiaLam 7 "3i i j-!C jiUfx. s . w. b j. t- i ' ." " . : JfJBMhP-''1' - - " -5; ' WYt jWsV. " " MtMLT - ' 5J Debutantes in parade at the Horse Show. Reading from left to right, they are Katherine Tenney, Jean Tillie, Huerta Potter, Edith Earle, Katherine Ogdcn and Hansell Earle. MRS. EDWARD B. McLEAN MISS JEAN AUSTIN ON GOLD LEAF fi- v is: t W- -WHl, . ' . s i K-'t7 ' K. I t-cr i; f r . v"T,'.stT.y :.vurHaHBML t.v .JKiBHt't. xOBBBKMHttM3fj' VJ'W 'J.'i'- VJWvVV IJ'iJ''yW ""WWMW " " A 'i , r-jb , ,- vJ"y'?fc. - - 7 ' r. 1L .?-'' tee - ;', A - r ,'fra-i 'A fl " ;: 1 1; q, -f'A - "jt: .- av. Sfe: S. IBil-ii ' i' . ' , i fSHMP! ' .- 'r " K 7. ::-"HMhi wa . . . v ' --''.. (r;vJ- vv ' ft vlwl. BaoMK. ''t w M-:- Vim 7. -.. S- ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

r EVENING LEPGER-frHILADESPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d, 1914. 1 a tit ,'rrlA L Ha RUMANIA TREMBLING ON BRINK OF WAR. MOBILIZES FORCES TO AID ALLIES' CAUSE ARMY OF RUMANIA MOBILIZES FOR WAR ON SIDE OF ALLIES "la force noire" Terrible weapon IN HANDS OF FRANCE I msss&im King Carol, Overruled by Algerian Contingent Is Made Cabinet, May Abdicate. Balkan States Probably Will Be United Against Turkey. UUCHAnKST, tlumnnln, Sept. 21. TIlKh Pdlclnt circles today declared nil mania had now finally decided to pnrtlcl' Jiati' In the war on tho side of the Allien. It la stated that the new Cabinet has nt last "mccoedrd In overcoming the opposi tion of Kins C'nrol, at least to the extent nf nsrceliiR to the mobilization of the Itmnpnlnn army. Orders to this effect huve been Issued and the mobilization will toko pl-ice within a week. The military council believes that Ru mania wilt declare war and at once will proceed to tho occupation of Transyl vania. The army Is anxious to Ret Into fiction....

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. — 24 September 1914

'! wn-"yqjQfQtsQ!a&F3r? 'rHr-P"' EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. ff V o IAY0R OBJECTS , TO BACON'S VOTE AGAINST VETO Relieves Court Order Should Have Directed Seating of ) Moore Pending Final Decision. Forty-Fourth Ward Select Coun cilman Obedient Servant and Beneficiary of the Ponrose- Varo-McNIchol Machine. Mnyor UlankcnburR today expressed Hie tplnlon Hint tlio Supremo Court should Jmve sealed tr. Philip H. Moore ns 8e Itet Councilman from the 44th Ward until Its declilon In tin otcctlon contest was an nounced, Instead of permitting Dr. "Wil liam I). Uacon to hold tho seat. It was D.acon's vote which made possible tho lasao ot tho Municipal Court's vacuo land-condemnlnK ordinance . oer tho Slajor's eto In Solcct Council on Tues day. Tho Mayor said Dr. Moore anoum JiiTe been seated, because. Judge Audcn rled had declared Bacon's election had ttten obtained by fraud and that Dr. Moore was rightfully and legally entitled to the scat. "What do you think...

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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. — 24 September 1914

6 EVENING LEDGEE PHILAJDELPHIA, TStmSDAY, SEPffEMBEB U, lOUy Hind fda Wti not i. .. NFaTIk ism: fehe lien1 little rpair ftjdar ?ncr Mad Ita (or lthe icrW; 0YERBRO0K AGAINST P. R. R. PLANS FOR FREIGHT YARD THERE Residents Say Smoke and Engines Would Ruin Mal vern Avenue Homes. Want Road Electrified. BERLIN CELEBRATES ARRIVAL OF WAR TROPHIES v ! !' H:i i hlnf ft mwm vlei I feri th4 -y- ; -v l.r , Residents of Overbrook nre making a decided stand Against the Pennsylvania Railroad, which purposes the building of large freight yards In that suburb and tho laying of a new road which will be Used for freight transportation irom Qlcnloch and Frnicr to the Penn sylvania Railroad wharves at the foot of Washington avenue, via Ovorhrook nnd 62d street. Tliiy say the road ns now planned will ruin tho handsome residential district. The railroad was granted n franchlso by the city of Philadelphia for the carrying out of this plan In I0H3 This expires In 1915. Since the company has not begun the wo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

-8 li .IT Hi " EVENING LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnua ir. k. ctm-rts, riuMiirr.NT. 0. W. Och, flecMtary: John f Martin. TrenMirerj CMirlM It. I.udlngton, Philip S. Collin, John 11. Wil lis rrm. Directors. . KDlTOntAL BOAnDl Choi it. K. Cobtu, Chairman. P. II. WltALF.Y Execullv; JlHWr JOHN G. MAHTIN Ocnra) niisine jMnagtr PublldhH dally, except Sunday, at rciaic Lewies DullrtlnK. Independence, square. Philadelphia Lkdom CBNTntt. Broa.1 ami Chestnul : B treets Aiustio Cirr rK,,"yntt?-I,,Jjl?.ly Nr.w Tom 170-A. Metropolitan Tower CtilOAOO. 7 Horns Iniirn nullillns London.... 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 3. . NEWS DUnUAUS ! mnariii DcnitiD ..The Pnjrtot tlu M n Nw Tomt ncSEitJ Th,T!m'? L!".1'1"; Buattif lit-muo r'0Frlc.lrlchHraa Loano Bunnio 2 Tall Mall nat. B. y. Piau UDBtAD 33 Ituo Louis lo Urand subscription tf.iuh By carrier. Djllt-T O.N-tr. lx cent By mall. po'pill eutsMe of Philadelphia, except where foreign po-tni;") ) required. DIU.Y U.nlt, ona mnnlli, twentj -live cent-S Di...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

'V4 EVENING LEDGER-PHIEAPECTHIA, THTJBSPAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 191& .. ' ' i ' rr" Sf SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA .. wtmuta ri AntfrnM tmIII crlt,A n tuncheon tomorrow at her country sent, Jleclleaf, Wynncwood, to bo followed by a box party at tho liorso show, In honor of her de butante niece, Alias Emma Ashton Dorr. The guests will he from tho debutante set. Mr. and Mrs, Bcauvcau Borlo, Jr., and Miss rattle llorle, who have been abroad all sum mer, aro now on their way homo on board the Maurctanla, which Is expected to arrive in New York today or tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Boric were on the Continent when tho war broke out and left Immediately for England, whero they bnvo beeh awaiting departure. After their re turn they will go directly to Ablngton to bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henuvcau Borlo, 8r. Mis. Samuel Frederic Houston will Introduce her daughter, Miss Charlotte Harding Brown, at her home, Di'ulm Moll-, Chestnut Hill, tho nflcinooti of November 27, at' a dancing tea...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

VT" rt? ""fi- ( , J- - ir cr v I. 10 ' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA; frHUBSPAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1018 3 ft nod .tf i that 1 t WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEEKS UNCLE'S HOME, BUT FINDS HIM GONE A Taxi Ride Through Phil adelphia's Streets Brings ,New Surprises at Every Turn of Road. x. Once on i tlmo I hnd the smallest kitten, nnd Its eyes nere closed, for It was only four days old. A little village boy pulled Its eyes roughly open and the kitten died. I know now how that kitten felt be fore It died. It must have thought the world a ri no! place, and Klad It wn to lene It M rude awakening hurt me, too. For wlun tho lovely lady swept away It was tho kindest thing: that she could do, poor soul! she swept my child ishness along with her. Mv rjes were opened to a treacherous world, and deep down In my heart two feelings reigned supreme. First was n trembling thankfulness that eho had Hone. Then onnie a great deep pity for her pain, that swal...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

HVJPt'-fsJ11"- ""KIWJW'S" 1 I Mft'H -A yFir w TlYfilSliJStQ EDaiJ)B'FHIIiADEIiPH.IA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d, 1914. 11 OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER - - nimiwM frmiiiiiHt.'iiii.i' .... r, .... i . 1 "TTfiHtfwMii'ini'iiri'i jr tun i ii i in f i ini luuwwtii " i7mini w rgff awwBnw ittuEBBWBBBBB "Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disaster in his morning face, Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee At all his jokes, for many a joke had he; Full well .the busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned." (aoldtmlth'i "Deserted Villain.") BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES WOULDN'T you like to be the sun?" "Dear me, nol I would much rather be the sunset. I like the whole sunset better than just the sun alone!" Now who do you suppose was talk ing? Birds? Fairies? Children? No, none of those; Two flowers were talking together and their talk was in the, long ago fairyland time of the world. In those days all flowers were white white as the clouds and as sn...

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. — 24 September 1914

ii; t wyi 12 EVENING LEDGER-HILADUiGPHlA, THTJBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 191. Et KIJNG FOOTBALL MOBILIZING MANY RESERVISTS -FIRST BATTLES NEXT SATURDAY ? i fi tt im fit n opt the! Mi i . fvr . U 1 I ' BtSlt E';'" SIX OF CITY'S BEST OUT FOR WOMEN'S TITLE VIiss Marion Cresswcll's Sensational Work Makes Her Favorite for Tennis Honors. HAVEHFORD, Pa., Sept. Sl.-In the teat to decide which players will compete Jn Uio semi-final round In the women's Philadelphia and District championship tennis tournnment nt the Merlon Cricket Club, Haverford, today, six of the best players In this section met In tho thltd round of tho competition In what proved to be tho bent events held tn date. An Interesting match was that between Miss Marlon C'resswell nnd Mrs. Robert Jlerold, the former from Philadelphia Cricket Club nnd the latter representliiR Belfleld. Miss Crcsswell. who Is a favorite for tho title, displayed excellent telmls. Tier placement shots were par ticularly good nnd she seemed to have the sit...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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