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

mmrmm LlLlra EVENING LEaERPHltiADELPHlA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEB 24, 1914. -, n - in. ii -.i - ii i in in if rv--i I ' ' T iiwi'i:" '" .''""""' ".".." "!'".? "" "TtTi '"" """' T'l"'1 " ""'' ,n--- - - -"" "' 13 iTTON DEALERS ASK DIRECT LOANS FROM . FEDERAL TREASURY Resident, in Non-committal Reply Cautions Against Setting Precednts That May Be Detrimental in the 'Future. WASHINGTON. Sept. 2). A (telcgntlun I , cotton men from the Farmers' Union, C.rl by Charles S. Barrett, of Oof jii. called on rrcsldcnt Wilson todny Cnd asked lilm to support Represents bire Henrys measure permitting uirect loin to cotton planters from the frill- States Treasury. inc i-rcmanni Lo their proposal under ndvlsctnent. Th cotton men neiicva mat it mcy tin secure direct loans from tho Gov ,rnmcnt It wilt relieve them of their troubles. They think that In this way the price of the staple can be main dined. ArrionK those who took part In (he COWerence wcic ivtiHcacinnmco Birtlett, of Georgia: Henry, or Texas: Hob...

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

WWP Wr Mine Tdav let hot dec sad die col) hea darf -t"ii of ul. tile crlef it riet; Rpa I, towf iff M li ti! i?i w t ffce I fir what Th vUd NIGHT E" TT? TVTTXT.O Jji lh U KJCj m NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 10 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. PBIOE ONE CENT 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 playground, where tom etones are bases for the "Graven -d Nine," la a sight which ha1 shocked tho.e who walk or live along Passyunk a en i rear 21st street. The graveyard Is '" old Philadelphia Cemetery, bounded " Passyunk and Snvder avenues and 2't and 22d streets. A cms- the way nre the northernmost homes of tha Glrard otate The last runernl there was In l"'f hut it might have been 40 years ago. to t idge from the ruin that covers the tract Weeds grown waist high and mall trees ard underbrush tha...

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. — 25 September 1914

- -t -rTr.! NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER WWW1HlIJlIWillWJHWIWJlWlliWWWiWI MKftl NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, If HID AY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT LIGHT ON BIPARTISAN "DEALS" DUE TODAY IN PENROSE PROBE Reorganization Democrats Point to Affiliations Be tween Old Guard and Liquor Ring of Machine. Bipartisan deals between the Old Guard Democrats rtml the Republican Organization In Philadelphia through n communion of interests In the "liquor ring" arc expected to bo brought to light before tho Senate Commltteo on Privileges and Elections when that committee meets In AVnshlngton today to decide upon an Investigation of Sen ator Penrose's primary campaign "slush fund." neolganlzcrs point out that the Old Guard Democratic City Committee, which frequently has been a party to biparti san deal?, If hound to the Republican Organization and tho liquor Interests by finnnclnl and marriage ties through Its chairman, n. Gordon Bromley. Ibomloy Is sccrctnry and treasurer of the Cont...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

-f. EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19J4. M ZEPPELIN FLEET HOVERS OVER NORTH SEA AND THREATENS INVASION OF ENGLAND were erected to repel the German at tack, thoro nro no less than IB forts around Verdun, on both sides of the Mcuso River. The most of theso oro fortresses of tha flrst-clnss, which were erected when the German advance niralnst the city began. They aro pro tected with the finest artillery In the French army and the garrison contains an army In Itself. It was learned at the War omco to day that the French havo captured Hvo aeroplanes, although tho location of this exploit was not divulged. The quintet of German Taubes wero taken by a French cavalry patrol. Twenty cavalrymen entered a clearing whero tho prize awaited them. The aviators and a number of mechanics at tho ttmo wero engaged In overhauling tho machines. The patrol made a dash to round Up the lot, but the German air men drew their magazine pistols and began nrlng. Twelve cavalrymen were killed...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

Em H'BS BV13y.iy&, LBGEPHIIELFHL jFRTOAY. SBgTBMggR 2g lOjg 3 '.fl WHAT THE CAMERA MANCAUGHT IN THE EVENTS OF THE DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD ' ' ; 1 ! ..-. ,,... ii , . .". I ',. ..,. '.- , ' " ,-vU.. -TaaiVK-- "V S- ' V1 " . ' ' " -SiA j, , .;: i i . ' " ' ' .m , ' , )MMw,,MJiiw,MJWMMiMMiMMWWMMMMWMMM.wiw.MM" - -"-"--MMM'- aMM- . m (Copyright by tho International News Scrvlc ) J Belgians placed coils of wire in trenches around Termonde to prevent the spread of bursting shells. While furnishing protection to Warfare means destruction of years of labor, British troops finding it necessary to- blow up bridges to halt the progress of German soldiers as they fought behind the breastworks, the wires did not save the adjoining houses. forces. This bridge was wrecked at La Fcrte when the Kaiser's army neared the French metropolis. ADVANCE OF GERMANS THROUGH BELGIUM AND FRANCE TOLD IN CHAPTERS OF WRECKAGE AND RUIN ' JO -" i; r.!. ! -": ?!' I ' - ; , :'-.- . - f -f 75., 5' 5 i' -'Mi.--'; ';.-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

u EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER - i i ii " i I i i -i -i mi i ----I' ii- i ii ii. i i in i . " V" -. - . 2S, 19U. CHINA, SUSPICIOUS OF JAPANESE MOVE, MOBILIZES TROOPS' COMEDY AND TRAGEDY FROM GREAT EUROPEAN WAR DRAMA Material Landed for Narrow Railroad to Kiao- Brings Protest to Gauge le Chau Tokio. ri:rciN sort. ds. There have been extensive movements of Chinese troops In the ooast provinces, but the War Department announce'? they nro designed only njrnlnst possible evo lutionary outbreaks ami to prevent nntl forelfrn demonstrations. Whatever tho purpose, tho Government Is active In put ting the nrmy Into sluipo for contltiftun cles. One canpo nsslsrncit la the possibility of the .Tnpimese cotnlniotinc a l.illroacl on the northern coast of the Chinese, province of Shantung to Klno-Climi, the Gorman leasehold on tho Shantung Peninsula, Considerable suspicion has been aroused ftmons Chinese orflctnis by the supposed Intentions of Japan because of the prece dent of the...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

EVENING LEDaEB-PHIIiADBLPHIA. FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914: DEMOCRATS APPEAL FOR REGISTRATION IN FIGHT ON PENROSE Palmer-McCormlck League Calls on All Voters to Qualify Table to Show Work in 191 3 Prepared. Alive to the necessity for a record registration on October 3 to defeat Pen rose, the Palmer-McCormlck League has hid prepared a table showing by wards the number of assessed citizens In 1913, the number who registered on the three days, and the number who entirely neglected their right of suffrage last jear of falling to register and vote. The table will be used in nn effort to bring out every unregistered citizen on the last registration day, October 3. "The defeat of Penrose hinges to a great degree upon a very large regis nation on Octobor 3," doclarcd Roland 0, Morris, Democratic Stata chairman, this morning. "The facts and the figures bearing upon this will bo placed in the hands of our workers In overy division In Philadelphia, and our appeal to the citizens will be to use t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

f l$t Hfwjt'"(f X'li ) 6, EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA1, FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. m u m IK nor dar spt 5 to i! Ki.l fiin !Ot Ul IttJlR :crld lta I m ma; .wit get a. ' cei-"ma pa A ,'oftd T s had I dov rboy ; cn (ne. ns "ant; ; i hea fai Urljffi ilov 1 trd I vniMI Bi. P woii hmff S OH typH chal, SECRETARY DANIELS INDORSES ATLANTIC WATERWAY PROJECT FLUTTERING WINGS MAY DISAPPEAR FROM CITY HALL i Tells 700 Delegates to Con vention It Would Develop Commerce and Be a De fense in War. i. Sgirl 85 4mm - 5 "" U ALBANY, N. V.. Sept. ai -An ovation given the ileanibont Berkshire when lie arrived here today with more than TOO delegates to Hie seventh an mm I con vention of the Atlantic Peeper Water ways Association and their guests. The day's proceedings were signalized by an enthUslistlc Indorsement by Secretary of the .Vavy Danlpls of thf project Tor an Inland waterway from Massachusetts Ua to the Gulf of .Mexico. Carrying a bis spread of flags and bunt ing, and with scores of visitors lin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

e&VflQJiWe feVEtflNG LEDttEB-PHlLAPECTHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 191X i J! .ft n 'I! HESITATING HORSES REFUSE TO LEAP, BUT MUNCH AT HEDGES - Thoroughbreds Show Shock- ing Presence of Ordinary Appetites Heavy Skies Threaten, But Crowd . Braves. in ellnglnn itown milady wears with charm- Init. Ileiome.aracf. rt. dainty fathrd, pert chapeau that frames her elalc face! Kht them, the gloves and aema she wears at nryn Mawr's yearly show, "Tell why some never see the horse who to th turnout go. i i raoM A KTArr coxnxiroNDCNT. ' BRTN MAWI1, Pa., Sept. 25. Dancing Knd hungry horses which did the heal iatlon, chewed hedges Instead of Jump ing over them, and otherwise performed Jn a manner decidedly unclubby, fea tured the hunters and jumpers' class which was first Judged today at the Bryn Mawr Horse Show. During the entire Initial competition there was not one spill from a field of 36 entries. This la a remarkable thing when one con siders past performances. The first arrival, acting In a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEBfrHILAftflLPHIA, FBJIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, AO'ldE. m MHJ.-H.-U! n,r-fMdil ll". i JOS u It! rf Evening tgfflAi ledger PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ctrus Hi k. curtis, fmid?t. Geo. W. Ochs, Secretary! John C Martin, Trurers Clmrlen H. I.udlnitton, Philip 8, Collins, John B. Wll llama, Directors. EDITORIAL BOARD ! CtMJS II, K. CcrtTts, Chairman. P. IT. WltALEY..,., ......... Executive Editor JOHN C. MAnTlN general Rustness Manager Published dally, except 8undy, t Trntto I.rwiM nulldlnR, Independence Square, Philadelphia. Ltcora CiiHT-ut... ,.;,,..., Dread nnd Cheatnut Streetn Atlantic Cut.. ...,...,. rrewtnfon rtulldln Ntw roan ........170-A, Metropolitan Tower CntcAoo.. 817 Homo Insurance Bulldlnr Lonrxm .....8 Waterloo riace, Tall Mall. S. Wi NEWS BUREAUS ! Hiaataaniio nr-.ru. ............ .Th-i ralrfot rtulld n WaentNOTOW Bcrpao The rest Bullalnt New Yoa-t Dcxeau. .. The Time Building Bf.aLIn Bcxcao. 60 Frledrlchstraete London Hchf.ac............ ..S Pall Mall East, S. w. Pami B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

tiVfe'frlfrG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTBrBER 28, 19l4 H 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MP.3. HENHY AUGUSTUS nEtlWIND will entertain at luncheon tomorrow In honor of her debutante daughter, Ml3 Margaret Her wind. Her rueets will Include MUs Katharine Ashhurt Bowie, Miss Susan B, lngcrsotl, Miss Ruth Coxe and Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy. .After luncheon Mrs, Bcrwlnd will take her sucsti to the horse show at Bryn MaWr. Mrs, Joseph ,B. Wldcner and Mrs, Joseph Leldy are among the rhlladetphlans who are ehopplns In tfew Tork this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartmn.ii Kuhn are spending several weeks In Lenox, JIass., before return lng to this city for the winter. It Is under stood that Mrs. Kuhn'e son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Craljr Blddle, will salt soon from Europe, where they have been living for the past few years, and will spend the winter In Philadelphia. Miss Emllle Posey Kennedy, daughter of Mr. End Mrs. Albert Edward Kennedy, will be among the season's debutante...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

' " 'C 10 EVENING LEDGER PHIEADEEPHIA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S, IMS. ELLEN ADAIR MEETS A TALKATIVE LADY ON THE DOORSTEP She Wonders What the Future Now Will Bring. A Little Widow Is a Dan gerous Thing. v J3K1 fi i .' dav MS ant JV jn w va M pta (Ml ft itt ffiia; ftnr ,'JEi'l B,, i.?I.T htr. T'ratl l'h ii!Q2ff ff CHATTER XI. Th world recmed such a wide and des olate placo when t stood quite alone out elde my uncle's house, that first sad night in Philadelphia. ''dona off to Europe!" rang through my stunned brnln. The house shut Up for three long months I" Where was I now to turn. I remember noticing how the little children raced along the pavement, eHch on one roller skate, tit the light of the street lamps how very early It grows dark In Philadelphia their little fares shone with happiness. I think our little English boys and girls have rosier cheeks. hut these Americans had pretty little sun burnt faces. "Where was I now to turn? 1 did not know. One cannot live for long on $S! How foo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

MVUMIH-g JLfiP&Eft-PfllSADELPHIA, frRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, I9lt. ' in ! "" '' ' 'n'n'nfnmiiliiiiitiiiiiiaiiiiti inn I i"1"""" ' ' '"' ' '--""TtTJiit i.rij'-i ' ' L .,. i - . ! - , , .: . u il fil - ' - ' i . . .. i be held on Monday. At Iho Third Ulstrlct fltatlon houso today ft dommltteo wm chosen to honor the veteran patroltnan'B memory. Police omcern, members of St. Joseph's Comnmndery and the Knlghta of 8t. John, will attend tho funeral, which will be held from IiIh home, R24 South Water street. Mass will bo celebrated In St. Joseph's Church. Interment will bo In tho Cathedral Cemetery. War, died at the Blmon Apartments, i North Klghtccnth street, yestorday. A son, Philip ir, Simon, and two daughters, Sarah E. Simon and Mrs. Bertha McDow ell, survive. t?BAT5 AN ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM FURNISHED IN EXQUISITE TASTE : .O CHILDREN'S CORNER ONE fine sprinp day a gardener picked up a shovelful of Jap anese sunflower roots. "Where do these go?" he asked. "Oh, let me see," said the other g...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, i91 " , i PHILLIES AND CUBS LOCK HORNS IAGAIN TODAY-ATHLETICS GUESTS OF WHITE SOX til HANK O'DAY If AVOWED ENEMY OF "EMERY BALL" Cub Leader Opposed to Use of Saliva Trick Chicago Will Meet Phillies Again This Afternoon. Hank O'Day, manager ot the Cuba, who will meet the Phillies In the Inst game of the series this afternoon, the weather permitting, s an avowed enemy ot the "emery ball" anil the "spit ball." Just because Jimmy Lavender, one of Hank's own men, Is believed to have used emery paper against thi Phils re cently has no elt'ect on the beliefs of the Chicago leader. In the appended terms ttnnk pave his views on the us nf emery p.iper and sallvn. as (list ulds to the pltchei: "I have always contended that the 'spit ball" was out of order. It l foreign to the same, and I think that anything foreign to the game should be ruled out. By the same token I think the umpires, or some one, should prevent the further use of emery paper...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

in-TitfflT' EVByilSra LEDGBB-PflXLAPftEPHIA, FRIDAY, SEVEMBfltt 25, ' I . . ' lull . ' ' " L' " ' ' - - - ' . . m !. . '" ' ' ' " ' " ' ' 1914 i 13 1 3NANCIAL ANDOMMMcIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS i RESTRICTIONS ARE AGAIN LIFTED IN NEW YORK TRADING Bond Houses Given More Levvay to Encourage Sales , Because of Better Feeling. Talk of Reopening. BANKERS DENY THERE IS ANY MONEY HOARDING Wire Secretary McAdoo They Know of no Extortion. Another step townrd a general re lumpllon 0f business wns tnken today in New York. The Stock Exchango ls tued an nnnounccmens to tho effect that It has been deemed odvlsablo that trading be permitted In unlisted stocks t moderalo concessions whero neces sary from those prices prevailing on July 30, provided It Is not considered larmful to tho general situation. There was a large disposition to trade en the part of local Investors, liond houses are reporting a fair lncrcaso In business, one firm having announced that Its dally transaction...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

IP PtilM,r.:t:t I tfel NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER f NIGHT EXTRA 1 vol. iisro. 11 PniLADELPniA, !FITAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT? STUDENTS SHED ENERGY AND TOGS IN "CAMPUS FIGHT" University Freshmen Again Defeat Sophs in Annual Struggle of Underclassmen. ' Cloning Gives, Too. Freshmen students of the Unlversltv of Pennsylvania ng.tln defeated the sophn- mores shorth after 12 o'clock todn b winning the annual "campus fight" in Just two minutes of terrific battling Th Freshles lust night won tho annual poster fight on the samp Held. In Justice tr the sophomores It should be said that thev were outnumbered four to one Shirts nnd other articles of wearing apparel were strewn all over the campus when the victorious freahmen and the downcast sophomores departed from tho fceno of battle Ray Young, p;-tpft end on the Central High School foclball team, covered him self with gloiv when hu was first to reach the oblong drawn on the walls of the Harrison Chemical Laboratory. As In fottn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

ris ..,,: 3P 0 ., f POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, ITUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT re- ch M 2r- I im "r. In. and vbj & of us ue. eat Us. by ds. iier rn. In at II. T8 or th In ;s rs Id of id, cd ' ty "19 er le 'd ,'e 'S id r. to '. t t. Id n HGHT ON BIPARTISAN DEALS" DUE TODAY IN PENROSE PROBE Reorganization Democrals , Point to Affiliations Be tween Old Guard and Liquor Ring of Machine. Bipartisan ilcnls between the Old Guard Democrats and the Republican Organisation In Philadelphia through 11 communion of interests In the "llquoi ting" e expected to he bt ought, lo light before the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections when that committee meets In Washington today to decide upon nn Investigation of Sen lor Penrose's primary campaign "slush fund." Reorganize point out that tho Old paard Democratic City Committee, which frequently nas ueen a pany 10 niparii tan deals, If bound to tho Republican organization and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

v- Ift EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. men drew their magazine pistols and began firing. Twelve cavalrymen were hilled before the aviators were over powered nnd tlio aeroplanes seized. j SURRENDER OF VERDUN CERTAIN, BERLIN BELIEVES i That the main lino of the French forts, extcndlnf, from Verdun to Toul, ,1s being battered to pieces by the German siege. guns 'tho 42ccnU.nolrd $ mortars-'-was announced by the War Offlee today. Ofllclal announcement Is made that siege guns have been taken from M0I2 to bombard Verdun and the strong French forts In tho vicinity of that stronghold. The official statement Is: "Tho German troops are attacking the entire lino of the French forttflea tlons along the French eastern fron tier from Verdun to Toul. In an at tempt to raise tho slego and prevent tho demolition of their forts, already suffering severely from the German shell fire, the French have made sov- V fenses along the Itiver OIso and the Alsne la Intact, and tho effo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

IPBBHSM MnainiTitiii sqpi jfflww. rwfpT "" MWT-EEDG.EBParLADBiiPHIA,- tav. HFPT-mfBEB 25, 191- WTTHECAMERAJMAN CAUGHT THE EVENTS OF TKEDAY AT HOME AND ABROAD f 1 jMVtuf tVfflSnr Jlahk ' jD'iBk-. flflftiHBiK JKKtUStrM&HHfrKMRtnKMIU3tK 9K L j KJfflE "f jfSMjr' mjiiMuiiiuLi n AfckflC3TJlBBBBHnBBwiMTBWBCvBHBBMBBrBBBHBHBiK TWlBHsPWWiisiMfcsisglfcAsliWis JK W -. fcMHtfMlkHltftPfvkfitfcsftXw 7 " IHiLbbsisL lHMBiLflHKiVvV9HB!ffSsMH . j ( Sfc I. & j? isHHHHwHBMeH7 ssk' Kt 4i j n-w ssWsssMflBsAsfe'k -v, &8 "2 i JU tbbbbbbsbbbbbLbbbV y blMBBBBRHBBBlBBBBBBVHYltV9vHr.r I sbKbbbH 7I9ajJLduk4& ) BBBBBBBbTL BB) ' ( opyrlRht hy tlis iniernnuonai .-sewn mtvicp.j , . . I,.:.!.. t,.1 tt, nmre f n.t-min Belgians placed coil, of wire in trenches, around Termonde to prevent the spread of bursting shells. While furnishing protection to Warfare means destruction of years of labor Bnush troops finding it WJ.Mmj fand J P " of German soldiers as they fought behind the breastworks, the wires did...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA'. PBIDAY. SEPTBMBEB 25, 1013,. CHINA, SUSPICIOUS , OF JAPANESE MOVE, ' MOBILIZES TROOPS COMEDY AND TRAGEDY FROM GREAT EUROPEAN WAR DRAMA Material Landed for Narrow Gauge Railroad to Kiao Chau Brings Protest to Tokio. ' PEKIN, Sept. X. There have hern extensive movements of Chinese troops lit the const provinces, hut the War Department announces they aro designed only against possible revo lutionary outbreaks and to prevent antl foreign demonstrations. Whatever the purpose, the CIo eminent Is n.elle In put ting the army Into shape for contingen cies. One cause assigned Is the possibility of the .tnpanosi- constructing a tallto.nl on tho northern coast of the rhlnese province of Shantung to Klao-Chau, the German leasehold on tho Shantung Peninsula. Considerable suspicion has been aroused among Chinese of!lclal3 by the supposed Intentions of Japan because of the prece dent of the Antung-.Mukden Hallway, which became ultimately a permanent broad-gauge line. J...

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