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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

"V ' "- -m'-s &$" ,. 'n EVENING LED4R-PHILADEX.PHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, I Dig. ? 15 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD- MARKET REPORTS GREATER OPTIMISM , IS APPARENT IN THE ' FINANCIAL MARKETS Trading Restrictions Being Gradually Lifted Banks Here Busy Working Out Gold Pool Apportionment. Aeklo from tho regular trailing which is now belns put through on n. more un rcslrlcted bnsls, both locally and hi New Voi-k, Uoston mid IJatUmoic, the one topic of discussion In flnauclnl circles hero Id thfl rnlslntf of the $100,000,000 gold pool au thorized by tho Federal Ilescrve lionrd for relief of tho foielgn exchange situa tion. Five of the big Ilnanclnt centres of the countiy have already guaranteed sub scriptions to cover tho big fund. Theso are New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Uoston and St. Louis. Tho amount which each of theso cities was asked to pledge follows: New York, $15,000,000; Chicago, $16,000, (00; Uoston, $10,000,000; rhlludelphla, $8, 000,000, and ...

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. — 24 September 1914

fiwwMipiiMjWMiyqm -.-wHyMf'rw-Maygtpm -""SBr ner li-fKa IPi RMo 1 It SPORTS I I UMla EVENING LEDGER SPORTSli FINAL i i ; VOL. I NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT BOYS PLAYING BALL IN OLD GRAVEYARD h SHOCK DOWNTOWN iTombstones Used as Bases. "Ghouls" Battle onSccne Which Witnessed Last Burial in 1890. HEEDLESS YOUTH PLAYS WHERE TEARS ONCE FELL A graveyard that neighborhood enu dron use as a playground, whore tomb iitones arc bases for the "C!rnvoytml j Nine," Is a lght which has shocked those who walk or live atone Passyunk avenue near 21st street. The graveyard Is the old Philadelphia Cemetery, bounded bv Passyunk and Snyder avenues and Hit and 22d streets. Across the way re the northernmost homes of the Glrnrd estate Tho last funernl there was In 1S0O. but J It might have been 40 years ago. to Judge ' from the ruin that covers the traci Weeds grown waist hlRh and small trcs and underbrush that have sprung up In the 20 years' desolation hide the white...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

EVENI NO JZi JL vX Xj XV VOL. I-NO, 10 TUILADBLPHIA, THUUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT DISPUTED VOTE WON FOR GRAFT ' AGAINST VETO Passage of Court House Bill Effected Through Doctor Bacon, Whose Seat Is Contested. Machino Uses Law's Delays in Preventing Ousting of Council- , man Whom Court Declared Not to be Electod. The vote or Dr. William D. Hacon, vhlcli made posslblo tho passage of the Municipal Court's vnguo land condemn ing ordinance over .Mayor lllankenburg's yeto In Select Councly Tuesday, political observers said today, will continue to lio recorded In that chamber In the Interests of Penrose, McNIchol and Vure, although Judge Audenrled In Common Picas Court declared Bacon ineligible, to his sent, 1 The Supreme "ourt Is tho medium being , used to keep Be con In his scat ns the tstenslblo representative of the 41th Ward, although Judge Audenrled Inter preted the decision of tho voters of that ward, almost a. year ago, to be for Dr. Philip II. Mooie, a man pledged ...

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. — 24 September 1914

h EVENING DEDGER-PHIUADI5LPHIA, THURSDAY, StifrTEMBEB 24, 1914 j ma ,t Bf Ikr M...sJil H 1 TIDE OF BATTLE, IN TWELFTH DAY, EBBS AND FLOWS ON BLOODY FIELDS OF troops havo underfirone, because of bad weather In both the eastern and western theatres of war, thoir enthusiasm Is undiminished. They are fighting for their Emperor, who Is confident of success through their efforts. It Is reported from flold head quarters that a number of changes In command havo been mado neces sary Tho Emperor and tho Crown Prince aro In pood health. Tho Emperor Is In touch with tho entlro situation. In the eastern part tho Russian forces took refuge behind the fort ress of Kovno. This was shelled by our troops. In tho Vosges rold weather has foltowed tho hard rains and there has been a heavy fall of snow. It nlso was announced today that ro ports from tho eastern front stated tho ItusJlans were uslnp dum-dum bullets. An Investigation Is to bo conducted, and Itttsslan olliecrs accused of having violated tho...

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

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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. — 24 September 1914

I 'fiR $ 4 EVEttlttOr T.-rcnftTiTC-PBIKADEKPHIA-, THTJBBPAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 101-t It "GAY PAREE" PASSES AS WARTIME GLOOM ENVELOPS CAPITAL 1 Cafes Deserted, Curfew Law in Effect, City's Cen tres Are Like Main Street in Country Town After 9 P. M. PARIS, Sept 21. Th llil la on gny 1'nreo! Llk a lot of other fp.itutos of tilt Wnr ot 19U It Is Inpnnrchnblo, unthinkable! Yet It is true The lid ilocs not (It. tl chnfes, 13 un becoming and robs tlio wool of uf lvi natnrnl charm But theto It 19 pinned on by the cirdB of several thousand faiis lan police. Todn. with every otllelnl "communlauc" bcatinc Increasingly thrllllnK reports of the success of the Fronch and Knsllth arms in turning back the German tidal Rav which only it week ngo threatened to engulf the Kronen capital, the li.nf of the population which did not flj south wnid is so oddly quiet and undetttohstia tive a to startle an old acquaintance The Paris that n.f, simply "Isn't."' The lncongrultx that remains Is a song with out mush,...

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

EVENING 1EDGEK-PHILADElPHIA, THTJBSPAY, SEPTEMBER 2-t, 1014. KING ALBERT'S ARMY RETIRES IN PART TO ANTWERP DEFENSES Germans Menace City More Seriously Than Ever In vaders' Great Siege Guns Reported at Puers. ANTWERP, Sppt. 21. German nnd Belgian troops nro fight ing at Puers. Part ot King Albert's nrmy has retired to the ramparts of Antwerp. Tho German forco at Puers is reported to have two of the great slce guns that smashed tho forts at Liege nnd Nnmur. (Puers Is about eight miles from the Jorts that protect Antwerp on tho south west. This report lends to confirm dispatches ftom Ostund that tho Ger mans wcie advancing guns to bombard Antwerp. During tho last week the Belgian army, lias rccolved reinforcements. The spit it of the troops Is excellent and they nro greatly encouraged by tho successes gained during tho last few days In eliarp skirmishes with tho Germans. Tho German forces bent upon subju gating Antwerp have their lino extend ing westward almost Into Ghent. Their artill...

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. — 24 September 1914

a EVENING LEPGER-PHILADELlPlftA, THURSDAY, SPTEMMR 2t, 1914. hi I Bf) mm I Hi If" I- Ir 1 flcjr 3' i 1 GREATER OPTIMISM IS APPARENT IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS Boston Stock Exchange To day Agreed to Permit Trading on More Unre stricted Basis. OUR MINERAL WATERS GOOD R ClOJ f Jftiec 13 pal tdatl "intr i d" is JitaC 41 Eli1 iipu i SB to ff! I'fll .., 'I " .J ' ffif i am i r fV.ii rM ? '"? MttfSfflaBg s 'Enrr.xsi 1 S'M, ft EAch day sees n further brlghtrnn of the (Innnclnl situation. I-rnm Dnston eamo the announcement lotlnv- that the committee reprecntim; Investment hrvtistrii dealing- In unlisted securities, had lifted the ban somewhat on Rcncr.il ttarilng. nnd has notified dealers that thev may hnvc wider latitude In security transactions. The committee, after confeienoe with the Stock Exohansp Cninmittpr of tIV feels that conditions have bo Improved that nn Increased InislneM Is warranted, havlnp In mind the spirit which hag pre vailed In the vieoks which have pnsc slnco tho clolnK of...

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

EVENING .LEPGEB-raikAPELPHlA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914 HOKE'S ENTERPRISE TO FILM HOLY LAND ; RESULTS IN FAILURE ,! 'Creditors Seize Expensive ' furniture of Manchester's ? $10,000,000 " Movie M Concern. V,KEV YOItK. Sept. 2l.-The Duke of Manchester's entry Into the motion Wure business ended In disaster yes- if . ....in luiitArl ll... nrrMi. (f day WHO" CICllliuio kihii niu cun of the elaborntely furnished olllccs of the Inlcrnntlomtt Social Servlco Lenguo, jtf West 51st street. The concern wns organized by tho nnVd In June with a cnpltat stock of fU... ... ,,.. -I ...It.,- IV.A riUllnl. nn.l IIOVW.VW. . HUB"! l""H I'l ll.t..t film School Social Service Bureau, of which the Kcv. Or. illlam Curler, one time tutor of the Mmtlson Avenue Itefornicd la...rrh. Is head, ho Intended to furnish movlnj pictures on rcllRlous subjects to 'lurches, schools nnd sociological or inizallons. Unfortitnntely, ns Dr. Carter explained TMterday the war, economic conditions nd Hip failure of the DukoV...

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

jii,,i-iy7yiiifif&lfKW"ih,'"m' -"yBwi Wnefli ?laji .ite BliftitM not fhrt dec! ad .clie-HM "cells wB arcofi whi Pacj repoi mon' cre -V 8 t , EVENING &!& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTnus it. k cuivris, riiDisT. Oto. Vf. Ochn. Secretary: John C, Martin. Treasurer Charles If. I.udlngton, Philip S. Collins, John D. Wil liam. Directors. EDlTOWAli DOAIlDt Ctacs If. K. Ccatis, Chairman. P. If. WHAI.KT ExecutlTS IMltor IQHN C, MAtlTlN General Hinlntm Manager Published dally. ejicept 8unday. at Frsito LM nulMIng, Independence Bqimre. Philadelphia. IrraiE CruTaaL Broad and Chwtnut Btr'rtJ ATtANTtc Cm..... rrett-Vnlon Bulldlnr NToiK.. ......... ... . . 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmcaao SIT Home Insurance "nil-"" London. ......... .8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 8. W. NEWSBUIIEAUB! WasntMiTO Mcrkad.... The ret nu Id nj Maw Yoaic ncaiiAU JhT!mM'.u,1i2. IHenMje IlnaMO -"0 Frle.1rlhtr m I.ON0O.N Ilt'XEto... S Pall Mall East. S. W. Paais Ucstuo.. 32 Ilua Louis le urand StmSCIIIPTIO.NTEnM...

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

Ei-S3 M ,1- lEVENINq LBPGBB-PHILADBLPHIA, THPRSP'AY SEPTEMBER 23, IQffr a SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA DUMBER of persons socially prominent die much interested in mo oyjrrnncis rt-..rfAaAAnla nt T.flnflrlmvnf., nilrl If name ror .un "" - - t.een decided to hold a Country Fair nnd ilMarket Dny n Saturday, October 3, from horning i""" '""1 "" """ ."" The homo was started a llltlfl over a yenr . hmi has nil early necompllshod n great ''work, "ver 600 patients were enred for this 'umnier THO properly on wniuti" uio nouse s-'jtanda was orlfilnally the Lansdowno Country Vciub. Among those who nro Interested In tha K'arrttlr aie Miss Frances L. Sullvan and Miss p,ta T.ivlnfislbn Sulllvnn, Mlf Emlllo M. M. f lilv'lnus, Miss ""' Jt- ItlvlntiBj Miss Mary fe E ginnotl Mies Matilda L. Jenkins, Mrs. Jnmes vi jjuntly, Mis. M. McMlchen, Mlsn Jean Ilow I t.nrt Levis. Miss Agnes' H. .Levis, Mrs. Francis jm iiat(cisoii, Miss Gertrude Fettcrman nnd very I? .. nfhof.l. I many outers. ft r. and...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

Af .Sif KfS i. 4 Ti$ ti-JLi-.rMM!?. lnelp -"t -vp-T"?aK' ? i EVENING LEDGERPHIEADEEPftLA:, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1014. : M ncr Idarf nu i aiiiu to 1 tlm of qui- tllR SPctldj flUtaS'i cer maf f'Sr M e mi , sn nou 'It I ffh ou n "ISM WOlt M Oli 1" et it dec 1(1, tow If J. obj( ! - d J- 4 to- wcil ija ISi L J 1 ,3 le&r vo; hln Hta to 10 t rzz . - : .. . - 1 zzzzzzrr i WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEEKS UNCLE'S HOME, BUT FINDS HIM GONE Taxi Ride Through Phil adelphia's Streets Brings New Surprises at Every Turn of Road. ft. I' X. Once on a time I ltud tlic sltialIot kitten, and Ita ejes woi uloJedi for it this only four itn.vs old. A little Villas boy pulled its ccs toughty open and the kitten died. t luiott now how that kitten felt be fore It died. It must huvo thought tlm world a cruel place, and glad It was to leave It M mde awakening hurt me. too. For Winn the lovely lod swept ftway It ( is the kindest thing that who could do....

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

?E3 t "tiiuvmspr jf "H EVENlNOx L'EBORE-PTTTTJADEtPHTX THUBflftAY, aiSPTiaatBEB 2'4, TtHff ra V"- ICING FOOTBALL MOBILIZING MANY RESERVISTS-PHILLIES IN TWO GAMES TODAY SPINNING COIN LAST DETAIL FOR WORLD'S SERIES Braves and Athletics Having Easy Time Phillies Meet Cubs in Double-header Here This Afternoon. Prnctlcally tlio only mntter nf lin porlancr In the major Irnmirs illicit has been left undone la Hie spinning of tlio colli t decide whether the fliBt pantos olinll lie plnycil ' t'hllmtclnhlu. or In Hoston. wlillo noitiior Hie Ainieucs nor Hie Hiaves havo lnntheiimtlcnlly raptured the UngB in their respective ltisue". liothltiB shoit of nil eiittlt quake can head the present leaders. The (Hants lost their, last chance jes lertlny when they woto lientoti twlco In Ihe course of four hours nt the Polo Grounds by Miller HugRlns' band of former contenders. Muring that pcilod of time the Braves were evening mat ters with the Cincinnati Reds, thus drawing further away from the mctio po...

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

ti.nym ff ypHn.ijBiHjlLi nym mimm - mhmw PWWMft(BlBfPf &&&p&rh JJMPi'lWWfcfi Ei it qui Mm K'f ! "a? ft wot hou iWh lfyti preftJi' halt di' til ft ! , .... ! uw if opt If the Id "1 ft ftrf Hi 3 EVENING lli JLJ J JEj Jti VOL. I NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d, 1014. PRICE ONE OEHT BOYS PLAYING BALL IN OLD GRAVEYARD SHOCKS DOWNTOWN .Tombstones Used as Bases by "Ghouls" Who Battle on Scene Which Witnessed Last Burial in 1890. HEEDLESS YOUTH PLAYS WHERE TEARS ONCE FELL A graveyard that neighborhood chil dren use. (is a playground, where tom'i atones mre bwra foi thp "OrAvev n 1 Nine," is a sight which bus shoikrul I'v who walk or llvo along raasyunh avono. near 21st street. The graveyard is th old Philadelphia Oemoterv . bounded I" Passyunk nnd Snyder avenues and ::-t and 2.M streets. Across the way are tli northeirnmost homos of the Glrnrd estau Tho last funeral there wns lit ISM. but it might have been 41 yenrt p to J"1 from the ruin that covers the trait "W...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

wmu p m j POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENI B 'tkw H 1 LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT" DISPUTED VOTE WON FOR GRAB. AGAINST VETO Passage of Court House Bill Effected Through Doctor Bacon, Whose Seat Is Contested. Machine Uses Law's Delays in Preventing Ousting of Council man Whom Court Doclared Not to be Elected. SEARCH FOR SEGAL'S ASSETS Bankruptcy Hearing Postponed nt Request of Counsel. The hearing In bankruptcy to trace missing assets of Adolph Segal, skyrocket financier, now In the Nonlstown Insane Asylum, was postponed this mottling until Monday, when It wn lcported that sev eral attorneys representing credltois could not be present. Joseph Mellors, the referee In bank ruptcy, waited until John Sparhawk, once Segal's counsel, appe-ired and asked for a postponement, because his attorney could not attend the hearing. Frank .'. Andrews, whoso arrest was caused b Segal last January on a charge of conspiracy, nnd who loprcee...

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. — 24 September 1914

wSygay'rTwnrVtva 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1D14. ' r , i lit atri ;'f ' c ju k 11 ,ntv Ir v'l I; -tlntC If n res in,.1 hacf ro a Will the Ii fcrf por, J M ,i . e 111 4J I EM kfkft rlute tlr rtu Th TIDE OF BATTLE, IN TWELFTH DAY, EBBS AND FLOWS ON BLOODY FIELDS OF AISNE town and that ho had a dllllcttlt tlms to escape. "Just beforo the forts fell," said thli fugitive, "the arsenal was blown up. Rather than Bin-render tho remaining guns to the Germans, tho French gun ners smashed tho breechblocks. Tho German bombardment was tho most terrlflc t havo ever heard. Thousands of shells fell In the city every day. Tin fire slackened at night, but did not dlo out completely. All the monuments, public buildings and churches In Mau bougo were badly damaged. I'nrt of the city was destroyed by flro set by German shells. Finally, tho French commander had to hoist the white flag. ''Tho Germans had mounted heavy slcgo guns upon the roofs of factories outside the town. Ho...

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

gMf l'l ,77JFa EVEyiJva i,u ,,& PniLADELPHlA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. 1CT0RIAL AND GRAPHIC SCENES OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS AT PIOME AND ABROAD 'i&FrA Debutantes in paraoc at the Horse Show. Reading from left to right, they are Katherine Tenney, Jean Tillie. Huerta Potter. Edith Earle. Katherine 0Eden and Hanscll Earlc. -.. . i .---. .. 1 1 MRS. EDWARD B. McLEAN MISS JEAN AUSTIN ON GOLD LEAF ! , V it 'a &. ( j i , i vife ! k- fe iff is IPf " MIL, fv 1s. wm r ' W W$ k 1 I m- F 1 L M-l,,,.i& 1. j MR. AND MRS. REED KNOX A central figure at the Bryn Mawr Show. 932rf StmtwJj1 V t ' " s'''"A v s v i REGINALD VANDERBILT JUDGING HACKNEY BROOD AND FOAL i a. rai"83 a v V. -?r3r y - S T 1 TOPERS TREMBLE AT MAYOR RIDDLE'STALK OF AWFUL "JAG LIST" j-vcu i roniDiujonists Are Dumfounded at His Pater nalistic Stand Against Liquor. K FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NEW POPE TAKEN DURING HIS pnBnMTm,"",n ' ' J . SHOWN KNEELING BEFORE THE ALTAR IN THE SISTWE CHAPELHE PE IS OLD MAN PLUCKY ...

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

Ute EVENING LEDaaB-PHILADEtiPHiA, THURSDAY, gJEPTEMtiEB 2d 1911. iter . dar BflUli If pu lta cor nntf fer RUMANIA, TREMBLING ON BRINK OF WAR. MOBILIZES FORCES TO AID ALLIES' CAUSE ARMY OF RUMANIA MOBILIZES FOR WAR ON SIDE OF ALLIES King Carol, Overruled by Cabinet, May Abdicate. Balkan States Probably Will Be United Against Turkey. - IU"CIIAT!T:st. Kumnnln. Pent 21 High nlllclal clrclps today declared Itu manlu hud now llimll;. decided to tiartlel pate In th- war on tho I1p of the Allies It Is stated that the new fahlnet tins nt laBt silreeedfd In overcoming thn opposi tion of King Carol, ftt least to the extent of agreeing to tlio mobilization of the Humjinlnn nrtny orders to this effect have been issued and the mobilization will take place ulthln a week The military council believes that Ru mania will declare war and nt once proceed to tho occupation of Trnnsyl- anla. The nrmj. Is anxious to got Into action It la In etcellent shape, having ' kept out of the Balkiti struKtrle The K...

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

mji, jmSm frwrz&fy' ? SlVBNlNG LEDOER-fHILADEtPSlA, THTTKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1014- NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR BABY, BULLDOG S WHO CAUGHT THIEF Animal Avenges Master, ' Struck Down by Robber. ! Baby's Value Bounds, ') But He'sot for Sale. l Baby, a loyal bulldog which prevented robbery of hlsmaster, Charles Harder, of iii West Glrnrd avenuo, a Joweler, U hav jnsr the time or his life today, after spend ing the most mlserablo night of his canine career In an alley near Second street and blrard avenuo. The dog slunk Into the dark alley late last night, after he had prevented the robbery, and lay there whining1 all night. ' The courageous animal was found by " harles Blehl, of 181 West Qlrard ave nue, this morning. Blehl was attracted by the pitiful cries of the ting, and ' Baby was taken homo again. Ho Is getting everything he wants to eat to day and the whole neighborhood is praising his valor, patting him on the head and telling him what a good dog tie Is. " NEVER WAS A FIGHTER, 'j Her...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

Ed EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1014. H cerl mnt pRIl a: if i Sow olu IllJ T S. ' had I flow . boy ii st scrt tpjr me. i er na 5 tT and ! I r chal flSSM TH-.f'A'ffSB . y; n ! niuB,.i j t: An i.-r . I ,n' aait .W1 ,.t i' le4 It rb3l ir i M '1" fc f .at llfF he If i itj iua II e m too ffr fti SM WAR'S BARBARITIES GERMANS CHARGETO BELGIANS' CRUELTY Newspaper Reporter Says Teutons Acted Moderately in Presence of Enemy's Frightful Atrocities. "A cry of Indignation hns been called forth throughout the world." writes W Schcurmann. a correspondent of several German newspapers who accompanies tho Mprmnn General Staff, "bv tho so-called 'cruelty with which the Germans arc car rying on this war In all countries that get their news through English and French source stories of German bar barism are repeated It K therefor doubly the duty for a war correspondent who can speak of what his own eves have seen, to report what he saw and what ho can answer for before the forum o...

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