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

fftp-'-lflm- 3BWf"" -.' EVENING- LEDaER-PHIftAflELPHLA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, IVlQ. It ".i'L-L -'i 1 1 ' i .. '.""' I 7V """' "' i "' '" ' ' 77 ... " """ ""' " i ' ' TiT'iTii'" ' ' " ' "i -Kr'j.Ar. .'.w. i .?i. f- x .m j: '. . . . . j ' v '..-.. (tun I BffitiBwiBP3HKwByi j&jtjBjiijMpjrW" F2' KaDiBiaMiira , -. . -, - A. I . Ball ixMKr' AN ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM FURNISHED IN EXQUISITE TASTE , . O CHILDREN'S CORNER ONE fine spring day a gardener picked up a shovelful of Jap anese sunflower roots. "Where do these go?" he asked. "Oh, let me sec," said the other gardener, "wc 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 down in between didn't have any chance at all. They spread out roots and sent up green stalks and leaves, but they cou...

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. — 25 September 1914

$& "y'"sryv y. 12 EVENING- LEDGEE-PHILADELPHlA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 103.S, ? 1 GAME WITH GETTYSBURG' TOMORROW TO USHER IN PENNJS 1914 FOOTBALL SEASON STATE GOLF SQUAD MEETS DEFEAT IN LESLEY GOLF PLAY Pcnnsylvanians Beaten Three Matches to Two in Foursomes Test Was Held at Short Hills, N. J. 5S? m m 5S nst ndi !'( I' wf P SHORT HILLS, X. J., Sept. 25. Pennsylvania and metropolitan golfers to the number of 10 on a side clashed today on the links of the Baltusrol Golf Club In the first of tho trlstatc matches for tho llobort W. Lesley Cup. Five foursomes teams fought It out first and later on ten singles. Tho district winning the most matches will meet the Massa chusetts combination, holding tho Lesley Cup, In tho decisive test tomorrow. Pennsylvania presented Its teams for the foursomes as follows: William C. Fownes, Jr., Oakmont, and George A. Ormlston, Allegheny; Eben M. Byers, Allegheny, and Cameron 1?. Dux ton, Huntingdon Valley; Itpglnald 3. Worthlngton, Shawneo, and J. B. ...

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. — 25 September 1914

EVENING, LlBDGE.R-rPHlLAPEIiHlA, FRIDAY, EagHBEB 26- lj)! 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS RESTRICTIONS ARE AGAIN LIFTED IN NEW YORK TRADING Bond Houses Given More Leeway to Encourage Sales Because of Better Feeling. Talk of Reopening. Another step toward a general re eumptlon of business wna taken today In New York. Tho Stock Exclmngo Is sued an announcement to tho effect that It has been deemed advlsablo that trading bo permitted In unlisted Btocks at tnodcrato concessions where neces sary from those prices prevailing on July 30, provided It Is not considered harmful, to tho general situation. There was a large disposition to trade on tho part of local Investors. ' Bond houses aro reporting a fair Increase In business, one firm having announced that Its dally transactions for tho lost 10 days have aggregated about 10,000 a day. There came Into tho market this after noon inquiries from London Investors anxious to get hold of some high-grade ra...

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. — 25 September 1914

noct Ei :trr decM tOVfr ?Wfc 5 SPORTS FINAL EVENING Hi JJ ijJbi 11 SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, F K.DAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT STUDENTS SHED ENERGY AND TOGS IN "CAMPUS FIGHT" University Freshmen Again Defeat Sophs in Annual Struggle of Underclassmen. Clothing Gives, Too. iThe saddened Pannsy Sophomores In darkened corners crouch. Beneath the hea burden of a soro and splcn did grouch, Todaj iho slightest rrchman fill the Sopho. more with frlaht, Alas the outiKor claesmen won the yeaelv campus flsht. Freshmen students of the t'niverslt) of Pennsylvania again defeated tho sopho mores shortly after 1! o'clock toda bj winning the annual "campus fight" In Just two minutes of terrific battling The Freshles last night won the annual poster fight on the tamo field. In Justice to the sophomores It Bhould be said that they were outnumbered four to one. Shirts and other articles of wearing npparel were strown all over tho campus when the victorious freshmen anil the dow...

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

Pr"f" t r ,,,-, - EVEN! LEDGER SP&l VOL. I-NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, JTBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE OBNl LIGHT ON BIPARTISAN i "DEALS" DDE TODAY IN PENROSE PROBE Reorganization Democrats Point to Affiliations Be tween Old Guard and Liquor Ring of Machine. Bipartisan deals between tho Old Guard Democrats find tho Republican Organization In Philadelphia through a communion of Interests In tho "liquor ring" are expected to be brought to light bofore Un5""Senato Committee on privileges and Elections when that committee meets in AVnshlngton today to dccldo Upon an Investigation of Sen ator Penrose's primary campaign "slush fund." rtcorganlzers point out that he Old Duard Democratic City Committee, which frequently has been a party to biparti san deals, le bound to tho Republican Organization and the liquor Interests by financial and marriage tics through Its chairman, B. Gordon Bromley. a Bromley Is secretary nnd treasurer of the Continental Browing Company, at jlst street nnd Was...

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. — 25 September 1914

IK5h3S wwuv'W "WMJEjPKfiCw EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. w . t itliet L'crldj I Ital ' I '.thf hint! "Oil ;i 11 1 tr ik p J i p. ' thj sf i r fterl 5! Jtjj ZEPPELIN FLEET HOVERS OVER NORTH SEA AND THREATENS INVASION OF ENGLAND slcgc guns havo been taken from Mctz lo bombard Vcntun and the strong rbnch forts In tho vicinity of that stronghold. The ofllclat statement In: "Tho German troops arc attacking the entire line of tho French fortifica tions along tho French eastern fron tier from Verdun to Toil!. In nn nt ,tempt to raise the siege and prevent ' tho demolition of their forts, already Buffering: severely from tho Cterman shell fire, the French have mado sev eral attacks In force on the German lines. "Ail have been repulsed with heavy losses to the enemy, who has also been driven back on his main supports. "The right wins of the German army has been under severe pressure from the combined Hrltish-French forces, but nt no point has tho enemy succeeded in...

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. — 25 September 1914

lSVEiflG LBD&EB-PHIEAPfflPHlA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEB 2S,iM WHAT THE CAMERA MAN CAUGHT IN THE EVENTS OF THE DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD tm-v fibm. r " ' M- i " ;, '; i vr .... J1.. VJFA?' ,. ."; - ' , . , v.- ' .' ...A--: i' " ,-' -j. .- ' -: -'. ,K-W V $& MXL SLMBL. ' v -: r - -, M ' '. ;- I Aii.f.rXv' A-941 '?K. VXXXy IV -iitvlFJ XTiMBPT vt"tw 'AA-n r n ir -i MiKml ni inririnnViriim irn l""1"fl"f1 r wW iWP' Sir- rafeaMPift L , jCkA-- Mf?Hfo!lrT?,n I ssa - ir4wirrlT" I n "S r ' r f!vyvttTtvsrvvr-r iw. j-iMirT-KTM;,KscjjF:::. r rri -jm si ra awg 4.wr fu f-'www m .r. ' w. ; - '.,' ..'j" fc x .ibib x- ii i in in i !! iii i i ii 1 1 hi iimiiiii ii i ! i 1 1 r""' " wummmmn 211 jiyiujM2B2aaBasaiRra.x- : ,ayspU-Zj --. I9ie9r , F-ti . a jW . ..a --jj. .. .j-...'..' j. . j jjj.4 k - - -. .-.-. - .,!-. . Pwnaaaalgf jw,j .jdlT.fiJB,,BUHIWMllt. - t . v , ;. '- wa. . . . k. - iwf-r ' -ww Di.iviuiTiBMraiMMniBiC at-BHvr """' "'m.vamBvaBiBvnnmiB , ' . .7 Tti-'k l.4j ji - 1 11 t r r jtiib H 1 r w .. ...

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

ttrftff I &M Idee ; ! "1 ff i M in rtierl Kid R2 ,1F,; 'cJ ith EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2B, 191. " HAD TO STRUGGLE TO GAIN PASSAGE ON REFUGE TRAIN COMEDY AND TRAGEDY FROM GREAT EUROPEAN WAR DRAMA " Little Food or Comfort on Long Railway Trip From Paris to Bordeaux. "Di - mat four harff lion,' 3 1 tarn UOnUnAtN. Sept. . 'Follow Hie French (lovermnctil fioni Fnrla to Bordeaux." nld my Instructions. It sounded simple enough There uere trains running-, three a day. "Why not Motor?" n. friend In I'm Is suggested. "Oct there miioker by train." I s.tlil. " How little I knew' f First of all, there was nn afternoon ipent In obtnlning permission to le.ivo that same night. In the ordinary way tickets had to be taken 4S hour In nil Vance. At the Murt-to (Scotland Yard) they referred me to the War Olllce. from the War OITIce I was passed on with a recommendation to the KorHcn Ollloe. The Foreign Ollleo g,it tne a letter to tho station master nt the Gare d'Orsay. end tho...

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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

immmmmmmr "fl"''-- --.-'. -,..' jt m ?H&iml EVENING T.TimftrcB-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1P1 e PALMER RIDICULES PENROSE'S FAILURE TO MEET INDICTMENT Shows the Weakness of Sen ator's Attempted Answer to Charges Affecting His Public Record. CORRY, Pa., Sept. 23. Congressman A. Jtltclicll Palmer, candidate for tho United States Senate, stopped here Ju.it Jong enough this morning, to ildlculn the weak teply made by Senator Penrose to the Indictment ngalnst his -public record In Washington which Mr. Palmer has been placing before the voters through out the State. Mr. Palmer said ho had read tho re ply from Penrose In the newspapcis, and It wus evident that the answer was wel comed, for throughout his entire speech he held It up to lldlcule, exposed its weakness and pointed to Its failure to jxply to a slmtlo one of the charges inado against I'cnroselsm. With tho Democratic campaign party, jlr. Palmer arrived hero from Say re, whero he spoko last night. Today he will visit n...

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

EVENING IEDGEB PHTEADBIiPglA', FKIBkY, REPTEMBEE 25, I01&. MM CREDITORS HAVE FINAL PLAN 'OR REORGANIZATION Creditors Will Gel 15 Per Cent, in Cash and Balance in Interest-bearing Notes. New Corporation. thaff m rii nt f j the fe , wa; M rata lit tiifi Final plans, for the leon-anl2allop of the H. B. Claflln Company, which re- rtitljr went Into the hand.i of rcceler, ave been completed and will be pre sented" today for final approval by the Merchandise Creditor' Committee, which will meet In New Yolk. James S. Alex ander, president of the National li.ink Of Commerce, ts chairman of the N'oti.- .holders' Committee which formulated the plans. Failure of the Clillln Company was ,ne of tha worst blows received by th business world for many years The company opeiated a chain of 23 larire itores throughout the country and millions of dollars of Its paper was out standing at the time of the collapee. A large nmount of this paper was held In Philadelphia The reorganization plan provides ...

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

a m LAGGED BY NUMBER, IDENTITY IS SURE OF GERMAN DEAD Clean-up" Squads Bury ''Slain So That Battlefields f Shall Tell No tales to the I. Enemy. EVEKItfG- Ii-EB'flEBP&ILADELPHrA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1014. -IMI ,,0 J,, .mi i win ii iTiiiiimi ul-i .J. ' " ' ' "" " " - lMNwMiiMMwwwMl ii i ! 1 1 i iniwiwwitii im ii.hmw i mmimtmmmmm ihhmhi niwww t -ni ii it. i-ir i. i li Tr J - -- - - ,- .. " ' 1 " --- "- . . - -- ' ' - ,- -f- ? B7 KARL H. VON WIEOAND j, LIEOE, Sept. 25, Je j,ere where tlie tide of Clermnn ailvanco h time ilafihcfl on the rock and steol f Belgian forts, I saw someining wnicn l(recttil me far more tnnn any oi me .iA.i Imatrttfitl if metnl ti was a gouu i D... " . .. ........I t ...lllln,. Uji, under carcim ku.hu ul ........... itadaualtcrs. "They are all that Is left of 'unsure trtven Jungc' (our brave hoys) who fell jn and around Llcgc-thclr Identincatlon m.tk." said the ollloor. I asked permission to examine one. It V a sm,lU ,,n tttB w,lh lwo 1,olc3 'ur i jtrlns o...

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. — 25 September 1914

iT-eavsjt.f 1 -$!-, s EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY,' SEPTEMBER 25, lOU t' ner ',. ?;aat ,4 Ita apt to tlm; of qui; Hie crlrt Pta: 1 ' th Bin EJl m IPOK I Ft INil Op. P Third -yrom 401 fe T.. ei EVENING gfiBl9 LEDGER rUBLIC LEDOEH COMPANY crnus it k. cuitTia. Psittimxr. 0o. XV. Oeha. Secretary! John C Mnilln. Treasurer! Charles H Liidinglon, Philip S. Coll Inn, John B. Wil liam. Director. KDITOniAI, IlOAItDs Cireg II. It CiBTis, Chairman. ji WHAt.E-V . . L11-: rjtecutlve IMIIor JOHN r MAttTIN Oenernl tlmilnes Mfinixiter Publl-he.! Jnlly. except Sunday nt ft M.'o I.rnoza null'llnft. Independence Scume Philadelphia. Jt-rroER CrvtbU, Broad and Cheetnut Street Atlantic Cur.. Prr-t'nlon nuildlnx New Tonic.... , 170-A. Metropolitan Tower CniCAoo 817 Home Insurance Building London 8 Waterloo 1'l.uc, l'all Mall, S. W. Ki:VS UURUAl'R: IlMataamo Urnrit' The rnlrlot MulMlnn JVammsotov nuncio The rose nulldtn IJKtv Toiik nroeiu The rimes tlulldlnit nrnt.t.v HritiMti 00 FrleINchMraa IjONM....

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. — 25 September 1914

jf tv" m"r 'tvr,r'' r5'?v 3 BVBNIfrCt, LBDGEtt-PHlLABBLPHlA, FRIDAY, SEPfEMBEB 25, 101-1. S SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA . .. ma iiBMnv nniNTnM rnVtn Mil. JV11U ii". ... - . " nnd Miss Kuth Coxo navo Issued Invlta , t(ong for a tea, which will bo given at their country scat In 1'enllyn, Thursday ofternoon, October 15. 'rom i until 7 o'clock. Coachca will meet trains at the Pcnllyn station. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Borle, who havd been' spending the summer nt Easthnmpton, ' L I., will not return untlt October 7. They will move Into town about Novombcr 1. Mrs. H. C. Jennings has returned to her home on Greenwood avenue, Jenklntown, after spend. Ing the summer at Denver, Col. Miss Dorothea Jennings has also returned, having been tins iest of Mrs. John Orlbbol at Camden, Me,, during July, Miss Jennings spent August as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Nowland at their cottago In Konnebunkport, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Atherton, who have been tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwn Cro2ler at...

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. — 25 September 1914

roMmmfmntitr-KviumtifmKtrilt' 10 EVENING LEDCIEK PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBEE 2S, 1914, I: ""4 f Park i fi I 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. CttATTKR XI. Tho woild pcemul such it utile ami des olate plico when I stood qul(i nlone uut elila tny uhcIp'b house, that llrst sad nlsht in Philadelphia. "Gone off to Uuiopc!" ratlK throliph nn stunned brain. The hmise shut up for three torn; motltho!" Where uns I now to tuin. I remember notlcliiR how the little children rnced atom; the pavement, men on one tollni skutc. In the light of the street lamps how vcr early It arowi dark in Philadelphia their little faces shone with happiness. 1 think our little English boys and Rlrl hae rosier cheeks, but these Americans had pretty little sun burnt faces. Whoro whs t now to turn? I did not know One cannot live foi lotiK on $S' How foolish I had been to come this hum', lone way on mere surmise! 1 ...

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. — 25 September 1914

res I? EVENING T.TOnaTO-RPHrLAPBLPHlA, EBIPAY, SEPTEMBEB 25, 10 1& EC PHILLIES AND CUBS LOCK HORNS .AGAIN TODAY-ATHLETICS GUESTS OF WHITE SOX HANK O'DAY AN AVOWED ENEMY OF "EMERY BALL" Cub Leader Opposed to Use of Saliva Trick Chicago Will Meet Phillies Again This Afternoon. Hank O'Dny, manager of the Cubs, who will meet tho Phillies In the Inst game of the seilcs this afternoon, the weather permitting! Is nn avowed enemy of the "emery bnll" and tho "spit ball." Just because Jimmy Lavender, one of Hank's own men, Is believed to hnvo used emery paper against tho Wills re centlj has no effect on the beliefs of the Chlcngd leader. In the appended terms Hank gavo his views on the usa of emery paper and sallvn, as first aids to tho pitcher: "I have always contended that the 'spit ball' wns out of order. It la foielgn to the game, and I think that nnythlng foreign to tho game should bo ruled out. By the same token I think the umphes, or some one, should prevent tho further use of cmci...

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. — 25 September 1914

WB ' 'Wr'Hol"S$iW iyvwmmjiwwmwv EVENING Hi jj urn it VOL. I NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT HESITATING HORSES REFUSE TO LEAP BUT MUM AT HEDGES Thoroughbreds Show Shock- ,. ing Presence of Ordinary Appetites Heavy Skies Threaten, But Crowd Braves. 5 LC the clinging (town mllndy wears tvlth charm- Injt. lisaome KMce, The dainty feathere.I, pert chapeau that frames her classic face, The shoes, the dove and ffms she near at Bryn Mar's s early ho. Tell why aome never see the hore who to the turnout go. BRYN MAWR, Pa.. Sept. ri-Danclna nd hungry horses which did the hesi tation, chewed hedge Instead of Jump ing over them, and otherwise performed In a manner decidedly unelubby, fca hired the hunters and Jumpers' das' which was first judged today at the Bryn Mawr Horse Show. During; the ntlre Initial compeltlon there was not one spill from a Held of 3$ entries. Thli 1 a remarkable thins "hen one con siders past performances. The first arrival. acting In a dec...

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. — 26 September 1914

neftwi: i tH EVENING LEDGER VOL. I NO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT HUGE LAND GRAB HID IN COURT BILL BY ITS PROMOTERS Acquisition of City Block Contemplated in Measure Jammed Through Councils Over Mayor's Veto Map of Property Defaced to Conceal Boundries. KEY TO MUNICIPAL COURT LAND GRAB SECRET A great land grab to bo put through jby the Vnre-McNIchol-Pcnrose-controllcd 'Councils la back of the bill to condemn land for the Municipal Court at 21st nd Race streets. Tho bill -waB passed Tuesday over tho Mayor's veto. On tho surface tho Municipal Court plan meant tho purchase of a small corner lot at 21st and Ilacc streets. Hut tho real BCheme Is tho acquisition of an entire city block and tho construc tion of buildings which would cost 5SCO.00O. Ileal estate agents say tho speculative possibilities are enormous. This explains the frantic mustering of a vote big enough to override tho Mayor's veto of the preliminary bill. Thp scheme will cost Philadelphi...

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. — 26 September 1914

w EVENING LEDGEK-PHILADrcr.PmA. SATURDAY, SBl'TlSMBEIl 26 10U. RIVERS OF BLOOD AGAIN MAY DELUGE WATERLOO AS GERMANS' GATHER FOR BATTlj BOO 111 H ,1 U I l noo i 1 ;i, . h i MS r iDt ' las JHUtUR! . , Bfj i i I li-H . 1 If M&44 .. tSf 4 einrorco the German rlsht. An a r-on-'frequence, they must remain nn the de fenelvo, although the French are keep Ing up their assaults, feeling out tho weak place In the line. On tho extreme French right, ao. cording to the latest Information, the Hermans arc giving ground before tho French at the northern part nf the French right where It Joins the centre, but It has been found Impossible to prevent the advance of the defmans dlons the Metiso In the direction of St. .vtlhtel. They havo not, however, been able to cross the river. livery time they string their pontoons the French artillery, which commands every point, blown the bridge to pieces. The German lino now begins at Mons, in Uelghim, swings west to St. Amand, south through Cafnbrai, St. me...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

rmrmm9mitvHifmiln- EVENING LEfrGHR-PHILAPELPHlA; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. a 1UIBAUGH GIVES PLEDGE OF SERVICE TO VAST CROWDS AT THE HORSE SHOW EXHIBITS AND EXHIBITORS 3? Audience at Altoona Over flows Theatre and Cheers Candidate, Who Again Asserts His Independence. AIjTOONAi I'n., Sept. 26. Doctor Brumbaugh, ttapuhllcan cnndldnte for Governor, tnlltetl to 1S0O perrons In a thrntio at Altoonti Inst night. Itundi'fdH clnmoieri for nilmldston after the doors hnd been closed, nnd Doctor Urunibnuirli, Scmitur Penrose, exConif r.FPinan Dnnlcl Lnlcin and J. D. lllckn, tnil Kriinlt U. MeClnln, c.uulldntc for Lieu tenant CJovernor, addressed an overflow niertlntr on the street. Senator Penrose did not reach Altoona until tato nnd did not participate In the ovation tendered Doctor nrumtlansli by the citizens of Blnlr County, the homo ' county of tin' republican candidate for i Governor In the afternoon. Doctor Urimibnugh said that for 1G0 yenrs his ancestors had tilled the soli of Pennsy...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

- v . 4 .. f l5 j ittl I 1 H ! ' I HtHl'lf t lr ,f' EVENTKG LEDGEBPHIIADEEPHIA' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1912. fit! BRITAIN WILL FIGHT TO APPOINTED END, SAYS CONAN DOYLE ,Then, English Writer De clares, Will Huge Armies and Fleets Be Nightmares of the Past. MILITANT RUSSIAN . PRIESTS BEAR CROSS AT HEAD OF TROOPS ;st t Peqj'jB burn WE nc itr riihi'u. t i. !i .tin a e: -vfl I" l-ix1 HPS biJ?S $ ftNKlftl Ok' ftff -Wi- ul i.H t .'Hr'S rtj R i:W: ; B m Tir j 3 I-irt ;t By SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE 1" it possible Hint thoic arc still some of our people who Jo not understand the causes of this war. ami arc Ignorant of the great stakes at lsue which will speedily hae so Important bearing tipon the lives of each ami all of them? Lot me trv to lay before them both the rttise anil the possible efforts, and to Implore them now, before It Is too late to make these effoits anil sacrifices with b the occasion demand. The cniisoo of the wnr are onlj of moincnl to us, at this sdage. In that we pain more...

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