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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

lMLa.-"UEg!i IF BkxiffiSS v EVENING LEDGBB-PgrLADELPHIA', FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEB 26, 1914- 5 DEMOCRATS APPEAL EOR REGISTRATION IN FIGHT OH PENROSE Palmer-McCormick League Calls on All Voters to Qualify Table to Show Work in 1913 Prepared. Alive to tlio necessity for a record registration on October 3 to defeat Pen rose, the 1'Aliner-McCormlck Leoguo has had prepared a table showing by wards tli6 number of assessed citizens In 1913, the number who registered on the three days, and the number who entirely neglected their right of suffrage Inst jcar of falling to tcglstcr nnd vote. The jabtc will be used In an effort to bring out every unregistered citizen on the last registration clay, October 3. 1'Thc defeat of Penrose hinges to a great degree upon n very large regis tration on October 3," declatcd Roland S.' Morris, Democratic Stato chairman, this morning. "Tho facts and the figures tearing upon this will bo placed In Un hands of our workers In every division In Philadelphia, and our app...

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. — 25 September 1914

Oj- fl EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY,' SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. te SECRETARY DANIELS INDORSES ATLANTIC WATERWAY PROJECT Tells 700 Delegates to Con vention It Would Develop Commerce and Be a De fense in War. FLUTTERING WINGS MAY DISAPPEAR FROM CITY HALL IH-- ti, P Btrl V balHtf fit 1 19 i dect s UUJ' ALDAN V. N. Y.. Sept 23 -An ovation was given the (itcambo.it Berkshire when he arrived here today with more than TOO delegates to the seventh annual con vention of the Atlantic Deeper Water ways Association and their quests. The day's proceedings were signalized by an enthusiastic Indorsement b Secretary of the Navy Daniels of the projert for an inland waterway from Massachusetts Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. Carrying a big FprearJ of 11a ks and bunt ing, and with scores of visitors lining the clocks, the strangers received enthusiastic greetings until the Berkshire came to a atop here Leaving Hudson at 9 o'clock this morn ing for an Inspection of the upper Hud son River Improvements und...

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. — 25 September 1914

EVENING- LEDGEB-ftHIIADELPHIA', FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19i. 7 HESITATING HORSES REFUSE TO LEAP, BUT , MUNCH AT HEDGES thoroughbreds Show Shock ing Presence of Ordinary Appetites Heavy Skies Threaten, But Crowd Braves. The dinning gown mllmly wears with charm InK, llMome grnco. The ilnlnt . leathered, pert chapcau that Crimea her classic face! The Mioes, the Rloes nml ruth she wears nt Ilryu Mnwr'a yearly show, Tell why stimo ncor tee the horse who to the turnout so. rnoM A RTtjr coBuraroNPrNt. BRY.V MAWR, Pa., Sept. 2.-Dnnclng and hungry horses which did tlio heal tntlon, chewed hedges Instead of Jymp lng over them, and otherwise performed n a manner decidedly unctubby, fea tured tlio hunters and Jumpers' class which was first Judged today at tlio Bryn Mnwr Horso Show. During tho entire Initial competition there was not one spill from a field of 3(5 entries. This Is a icmarkablo thing when ono con siders past performances. Tho first arrival, acting In a decidedly unfiled for manner c...

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

6 EVENING LEDOE-PHILADELPftlA, tfftlBAY, SEPTEMSEB $5, 1014. EVENING l$s LEDGER PUDLtC LEDGER COMPANY crnus ii. k. cuntis. riioixi. OW. W. Ochn. Brlnr: John C. Martin, Treasurer t CHrlM II. Lui1ltiton. Philip S. Celllns, John B. Wll Hum. Director. . EDlTOntAIi BOAItDt Ctxca H. K. CcaTia, Chlrmn. P, IT. WIIALBT. ....... Eteeutlvt Editor JOHN C. MAHTIN gtnernl BuMnns Mniter rubllnhM dally, crt Sunday. at PcbMO t.r.Mii Bullitln. Indepndnc Rure. rtillftdHpnia. I.motn Cumt.iiiiiHi, .Droad and Chtnut Strt ATtJiKTic Ciir.... Presi'Vnion BulldlnK Niw Tons.... ....1TO-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmcioo 817 Home Insurance nulldlnc London.. .........B Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, B. W. NEWSnUREAUB! rfHiiBiia DttUD... ..The PalrUt TtujMIn WiamxaroM ncnr.io.. The Post Bu d n Nir Yokk Dentin......... The TJmM nuli4lns- pUN Boamo . W Frledrlchatra; LosnON BCRiuo.... 2 Pall Mall East, S. W. Piua EniiB.i.M 32 Rue Loula la Grand SUBSCRIPTION TERMS By carrier. Diltt Os-tT, abt cent". By mall. rolra!d eutald o...

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

liEsrt"-' r-t'ifstptgifimg&fe'tmi avfflHTWG IbJB-PHILADjELPHIA, FBIPAYEPBMBBB' 26, 1014. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA KTty Miia. hkniiy nniTON c'oxb M find Miss "i"1 Uoxo havo lasucd lnVltn Tut for n li. which will be slvcn tit their .nirv seat In renllyn, Thursday oftemoon, fflr 13, from i until 7 o'clock. Coachen j meet trains at the Pcnllyn station. i'itr mid Mrs. Charles L. Boric, who havo in spending uio num....: .. "- ft will not return until October 7, Thoy will " . . t,nif ttnfptnbcr 1. poe mio wwii "-" I .. ..... una fAinrnfl In tier linme L rtrcenwoocl avenue, .Icnkintown, after spend. lK tho summer ai wn--.. - .- - --- itnnlnss It'ts nlso lottiriicd, havlnjr been tin! ' ,, at Mrs. John Orlbbel at Camden, Mo ! in, July. Miss .Jennings spent August as h(! guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Nowland at (hc)r coUbbc In Kcnnebunkport, Me. I Mr and Mrs. Kdward Athcrton, who have L' the Biiesta of Mr. and Mrs. Edwa Crdler nt their home In York Harbor, havo Returned to thei...

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

10 EVENING LEDGER PHIEa.DBCI'Bra, FBIPY, SEPTEMBER 25 I9KC. m 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. CltAPTUtt XI. Tin vnrlil "ipinul such it Uti (Hid lfs clntp pi ico when t stood tiullo alone out Me my tiiiclr s liou?c. that thsl sail nlKht in Phll.itlplplilsi. "i!iin on to Kuroiie'" inns through n stunned bialn. The house shut tip fot thin- Ions molitlist" W'hero us I now tu turn. I remember iioIIcIiik how the llttlo child! m i-nced along the pavement, inch on nnr roller skntc. In tho light of tho Mrort lamps how Very early It mows dnil! In I'hllndeltdiln - thclf little fives M.nn, with happiness. 1 think our little UnllKh boys hiiiI girl hae rosier cheeks hut this Americans had pretty little sun tin nt facts. Where whs I now to turn? t did not know One cannot live for Ions on ?s' J low foolish 1 had been to come this Ions. Ions way on mete surmise! 1 saw lh.it cleai now It whs too Into....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

Hp5W" 9IN!:C,!', "v"'"' S.B J-' - " , - ' ' I 4 1 h feJ i- IS IB ! H.J'i fH ISr vYW - U J , III n Jy I i in i v-v eUQ ' IINH, ,f i'l iir 'liipWiirv' II "" ves' uio 'HaMfHMHHPII m tJ liiP IS- , t MMMMBr ..5"'''. , -,8 AN WElhttG LEDER-PHirAPBLPHfA; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, JOlX H lot 'lUlt In City fact 1 to iuch bit. City 'ne. 'icr Is a the a nil; . 2) 'Ork n , u ipi. hits nt). (or elL tho eey 5c: the 00c ia. yet. i a ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM FURNISHED IN EXQUISITE TASTE ,o CHILDREN'S CORNER I. $ 0. tf b' ti ra ? .t ii- it, h, v NE fine spring day a gardener t picked up a shovelful of Jap t ancsc sunflower roots. "Where do these go?" he asked. "Oh, let me sec," said the other gardener, "we can put those here in front of the hedge and behind the golden rod that's just the place for ' them." So the sunflowers were planted. , Now the hedge grew very high and , very thick, so that no sun shone through it at all. And the golden rod grew very fast and very tall and the poor little sun flower roots ...

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

mi w""iMmumm..iu).Mi)ji JEJtS&iyg CEDGEIt-PHIEADEEPH'l, FRIDAY, SEPflEMBEB 25,, I'DTKC.'. ME PHILLIES AND CUBS LOCK HORNS SAGAIN TODAY-ATHLETICS fGUESTS OF WHITE SOX nod Fl f t; l!h t'; '14 In. F"l 2i." ktr- rIv Hf 2t' nqi. fif i J m '4mmr PS n.&h'i, 'i' MHk HANK O'DAY AN l AVOWED ENEMY OF "EMERY BALL" Cub Leader Opposed to Use of Saliva Trick Chicago Will Meet Phillies Again This Afternoon. Hank O Day, manager of the Cub?, who will meet the Phillies in the Inst game of the series tills afternoon, the weather permitting, is un Atoned enemy of the "emery ball" anil the "spit ball." Just because Jimmy Lavender, one of Honk's own men. la believed to hac used emery paper against the Mills re cently has no elfeet on the beliefs of the Chicago leader. In the appended terms Hank gave his views on the uso of emery paper and saliva, as first aids to the pitcher: "I have always contended that the 'spit hall was out of order. It Is foreign to the fame, and 1 think that anything foreign...

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

TVHr;w,rrf'' rm a EVENING TTranTOn-PHlCADEEPflia:, EBIDkY, SEPTEMBER 25, JOl'-f. 13 Hnancial and commercial situation at home and abroad-market reports WAR WILL LEAD TO EARLY DISSOLUTION OF STEAMSHIP POOL English Interests Ate Ex pected to Ask U. S. Court to Formally Declare the Agreement Abrogated. The Tlmopean wnr nltuatlon may lead directly to a complete dissolution ortho North Atlantic steamship pool, , which lias evlsted for many years between the principal Knglhh nnd German steamship lines operating between this country, Canuli nnd Uuiope. Tho basts of Oper ation of tho pool was an agreement whereby each of the lines affiliated with It waH allowed every year a certain nl jotme it of tho totnl steerago travel on the North Atlantic It Is understood that because of the txtiemo bitterness which now exists be tween the English and Germans, tho Eng lish numbers of tho pool will make an agreement with tho United States Gov ernment to have dropped by It the suit recently brought under...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

" uanjWHWW -T- Whin, mnMii.nn i . ' - TO- -i?V7MF4nH?- .1 . 4 U I 343 f r,h POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION i VOL. I-NO, 11 PHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1014. 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 tho University of Pennsylvania again defeated the sopho mores shortly after 1! o'clock today h winning the unnual "campus Unlit" in Just two minutes of terrific battllim The Freshles last nluht won the annu.ti poster light on the sume field. In justice to the sophomores It should be said that they wcro outnumbered four to one Shirts and other articles of vveaitm; oifparel were strewn nil over the calnpu when the victorious freshmen and tlv downcast sophomores departed from tho scene of battle Rny Young, ev-left end on the Centr-.il Vlgh School flcithall team. covered him self with glory when he was first to reach the oblon...

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

HWWJfMWWWj'flf1 V SPORTS FINAL ii1- s B i , EVENING LEDGER - - SPORTS i InfiM L VOL. I-1TO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER &5, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT TAKING THE JUMP AT BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW ii; y I- BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLANCE NATIONAL LEAGUE R- H. E. Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02 8 2 Phillies 0 0010 0010 13 111 Batteries -Baumgartner and Burns; Lavender and Archer. Umpires Rigler and Hart. Pittsburgh 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Batteries Kelly and Coleman; Reulbach and McCarty. Umpires O'Connor and Byron. St. Louis 0 0000100 0 'New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 x Batteries Griner and Wingo; Fromme and Meyers. Umpires Klem and Emslie. FIRST GAME ooooooo 0 0 0 0 1 0 x Cincinnati 0 0 Boston 0 1 3 2 1 3 0 2 Batteries Yingling and Gonzales; Rudolph and Gowdy. Umpires Quigley and Eason. SECOND GAME Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 Boston 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 Batteries Douglas and Gonzales; James and Gowdy. UmpireB Quigley and Eason. 0 3 x 4 MRS. JOHN R. VALENTINE, ONE OF THE FOREMOST H...

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

frffl rears?- 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. ZEPPELIN FLEET HOVERS OVER NORTH SEA AND THREATENS INVASION OF ENGLAND to glvo battto stirroundcd on three sides by his enemton. On this now development of the bat tle, already In. progress for 12 days, much depends. If the Allies nro suc cessful they will force a speedy retreat of the Germans that must carry them back to tho lines of th Mouse nnd north Into eastern Belgium. Meanwhile the French centre Is again active. It was announced that the Ger man' bombardment of Ithclms and Its noted Cathedral ha3 been resumed. Shortly afterward It also was stated that the French centre was advancing cast of Rhclms, Indicating that the real cause for tho renewal of tho bombard ment has been the assumption of tho offensive by the French. Tho reason for this undoubtedly Is a desire to create diversion which will aid tho chain of French forts along tho Mcuso between Verdun and Toul, which are under severe pressure at the pre...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

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

i EARNING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .26, 1914'. 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. I'RKIN, Sept, 25. There have been extensive movements 4 of Chinese troops In the coast provinces, but the War Department announces they lire designed only against possible tovo lutlnnmy outbreaks anil to prevent anti foreign demonstrations. Whatever the purpose, the flovernment Is active in put" tins the army Into shape for contingen cies one ranee aslgned la the postblltty of thi Japan"- lonotriiitlnn a tallroad on the northern const ot the Chinese provlncu of Shantims to Klnn-t'hnu. the Oermun leasehold on the Shntituns Peninsula. Considerable surplclon ha heon nronsed nmong Chinese officials by the supposed Intentions of Japan hernusi "" the prece dent of thn Antung-Mukden Hnllway, which became ultimate! a permanent broad-gauge line. JAPANES...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

" EVENING. LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 101i. e 3 DEMOCRATS APPEAL FOR REGISTRATION IN FIGHT ON PENROSE Palmer-McCormick League , Calls on All Voters to Qualify Table to Show Work in 191 3 Prepared. r Alive to Ilia nocesslty for a record refitstratlon on October .1 to detent Pen rose, tlie Pntmcr-McCormlck J.cnmio has liad prepared n tabto showing by wards tho number of assessed citizens In 19l3, the number who' registered on tho three ilayp, and tho number who entirely neglected their right of suffrago Inst rear of fnlllnff to resistor nnd vote. The table will bo used In nn effort to brlmc cut every unregistered citizen on tho last registration uay, uctonor a. "Tho defeat of Penrose, hinges to a great degrco upon n. very largo regis tration on October 3," declared Iloland g, Morris, Democratic State chairman, this morning. "The facts and tho figures tearing upon this will bo placed lrf the hand" of our workers In every division in Philadelphia, and our appeal to the c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 September 1914

'G ' EVENING L'EDGEK EHirJADEtPHtA", FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 101,3, u Unit of iul ra I TI Ita 'ceiM ma "' H ES8S SECRETARY DANIELS INDORSES ATLANTIC WATERWAY PROJECT Tells 700 Delegates to Con vention It Would Develop Commerce and Be a De fense in War. FLUTTERING WINGS MAY DISAPPEAR FROM CITY HALL i i ALBANY, N. Y., Sept. 23. An ovntlnn was given the steamboat Rerkshire when eho arrived here today with mom than 700 delegates to tho seventh nnmint enn vcntlon of tho Atlantic Deeper Water ways Association and their guests rh" day's proceedings were signalized by ,ui enthusiastic Indorsement by Socrctar of i tho Navy Daniels of the project for an Inland waterway from Massachusetts Ray to tho Gulf of Mexico. Cnrrvlnu a bis spread of flints and bunt ing, and with scores of visitors HnliiK the docks, the strangers received enthusiastic greetings until the Berkshire came to a Stop here. Leaving Hudson at 0 o'clocls this morn ing for an Inspection of the upper Mud ton River Improvements under...

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

f h i EVENING LEDGER FHIIADELPHIA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. CROP DISPLEASED WHEN LADY DILHAM LOSES FIRST PLACE i gtrict Silence on Part of Spectators as Judges Place Stamp of Approval on Princess Sheila. rh llnlnir frown milady wesrs with ehirm- Infc. Ilttoma trace. n rtnlnty feathered, pert chapeau that frames her clasalo face: rh atiOM, the rIovm and gems the wears at Uryn Mawr'a yearJr show, toll wlijr nonie never sea th noma who to the turnout bo. mom a imrr coanEroNDiT. DBY.V MAWK, Tft., Sept. 25.-Lady Dlt tarn's eligibility to pnrtlclpato In tho high-stepping horses In harness class at' the Uryn Mawr Horse Show today, and the subsequent awarding of second honors to her by the Judges, has raised a ques tion which Is likely to be tho chief topic of conversation at hunt clubs for months to, come. Lady Dllhn.ni received second prlic, but tho crowd did rot agree with the decision. For the second time this week, Ikdy pllhnm was today tho nucleus of a heated eonferenco among the J...

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

II m 8 EVENING ifi& LEDGER PUDLtC LEDGER COMPANY CTOUS II K. ClinTIS, ramtDKNT. Oto. W. Oeh. Beeretury; John C Martin. Trrnaurtr: Charles II. I.udlngton, Philip B. Collins, John U. Wll lttt). Director. EDITOMAIi HOARD t Cinus It. K. Conns, Chairman. P. It. WITALr.V ExfCiUlv TMItor JOHN C. MAP-TIN General nuMncManngeT Publlnhed tlatly. except Sunday, nl PoM.io I.poi nnlldlniti Independence Square, Philadelphia. LtDOti Cis.NTajt,...,.,.,... Broad and Chestnut Plrc'ti Atlantic CITT I'ieM-1iilon miUdlnc Nkw Youk 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Cnioxno. 817 Home lnwranoe tlullulng London 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 8. W. NEWS DUHEAUS t IfjumfUBno nrnmo Thi. Patriot pulld n WAani.vnroN HoaaiD The Tost llu d nr Ntw Tobk UrniiU The Time Hulldlnit null. Hormo no Frledrlchtra;e London Hur.EAn. ... .... 2 Tall Mall East, 8. W. Pxsu Bessie 32 Hue Louis le Grand stmscnirnoN Trims Br earrler. Djtt.t OM.T, elx cents. By malt, postpaid eutlde of Philadelphia, except where. forelRn petan In required,...

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

VTPqi ptyssspfxs7'ij'gtsrmn I BVBKiyO LimfK-PHILAPELPaiA-, FRIDAY SBPTEMBEB2B, Ipli. .. 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA ...,tt-ts a ttnttutit?a trt-ufttri ...Hi MjlH, iiranu uv.u.uk, .,,,.. ,,,..,. ... entertain at luncheon tomorrow In honor of her ilcbulmile clruiRliter, Mlas Margaret Bcr wlmt. Her Ruests will Include Miss Katharine Aslihurst Howie, Was Susan 13. lngcraoll, JIIbs llutli Coxo nml Jllas Cornelia Carter Leldy. After luncheon Mrs. Bcrwlnd will take her cuosti to the hoiso bIiow nt Bryn Mawr. Mrs. Joseph 13. Wlilcner mid Mrs. Joseph Lcldy are nmonf? the riilladclphlans who are shopping In Now York this week. Mr, and Mr?. C. Hcirtman Kuhn are spending Mvornl weeks In Lenox, Mass., beforo return In? to this city for the winter. It Is under stood that Mrs. Kuhn's son-tn-tnw and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Cralff Ultldle, will nail soon from Jiuropc, where they havo been living for tlm past few years, and wilt spend the winter In Philadelphia. Miss Kmlllo Posey Kennedy,...

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

10 EVENING LEDGER PHIEABEEPHIA. FRID'AY, SEPTEMBER 2&, 19X2. 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. I 1 Jt'i chapter xr. Tlio world PLcmect such a wide! nnd ilea date ijIico when I stood quite tilono out side wy unclr's house, that fliat sad night in Philadelphia. "Gone oft to lluroiie'" ratis through my etunnod brain Tho hotiso shut up for three long months!" Where wa3 I now to turn. I remember noticing how the llttlo children raced along tho pavement, each on one roller skate. In the light of tho street lamps how vciy early It glows dark In Philadelphia their little facci Rhone with happiness. I think our little UiiKllsh bojs and girls have rosier cheeks, but these Americans hid prctt little sun turnt fiaes. Where was I no to turn? t did not know One cannot llo foi ions on $il How foolish 1 had been to conic this Ions, Ions vra on inert' surmise! I saw th.it clcarlv now It was too la...

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