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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

EVEN INCt EEDaER-EHIL'ADEliPfllAV BATTJRPA.Y, SEPTEMBER 2'C, '15T4!. HEARINGS OF VITAL '' IMPORT TO BOROUGH AROUSE ITS CITIZENS in hi i . - Collingswood Prepares for Figlit to Obtain Municipal Sewage System and Water Works. COM.IN'aSWOOD, N. J., Sept. 28. Tlnco liearlnss of vital Interest to Col llliffsttood will t'ikp place soon to ilrclcla wlirllinr or not tlio borough will control Its own nffnlrs or bo thrown wholly In the ptmci of Rinsplng corpoititlotis. In prcparrttlon for oiicmjC thcuo licnr InB!", n Rdioral cltlzeni' mass-mectliitf will bo held In the National Bank IihII tonight, when expert engineers will present pl.ms adopted for the light nenlnst a sewer rnto lncre.ii'c. i The (Irst lieirltiK will be held before the Tublle t'lillly CommlBslon In tlio Camden ConrtlioiiFc on Wcilnnsday. Citlzcnn here, liendod by Borough Council and the Collingswood Civic Association, will op pose tlio sewerage compatiy'ft rnlno In rnles ntid will endeavor to show that the town should be til...

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. — 26 September 1914

I' P Xfi' ! mi W 3vB ! SB $1. !H 3!i Rl H'i ,7 r r f8 r ' 14 Jl Ji 6 7ir",tTffTa . rTrrrm - j ate; R V 13 N I N ;&frD1 yrr v-V 'yr n5" t T v rf "P" Krllt-EI B-E-B- - 2fo 1011--, rr . i i ! .' Ml Wta-i Ffl 7?) e r99hM? its Warned eWirrov V to a gaping Zlge- CHAS.SPRGUE THEATRICAL BAEDEKER viust ximiT. Mr w in i-Tti' r- - f-'-tn." fcnirt'it; Mnraarel Anglin. Iiv n u Mnn.lai sthi:kt opKiiA wm-sf. - pi ';r ' ilrnli" play, by Fran. I- M n Iny nlnht. i ' in-i'hlii Montgomery ana In inn till. ntn . In Anne PaMur I ivtin BRUM i 1. nl-lit C1I1 1 Vi'T !nlp Inn I Kf-- ininir-stei.e. nml II ir liiim-i.. ulth mtittc hy iiaryii i-.'.rnwuy mam. OAUIII ' Nearly .M.iine.l." ffiree enier-i. by Kilcnr Kelnyn. Hartlne Itmce Mi Ha. Moh.ldv nUlit. KLITII'! Mr (imt Mr. Vcinon i'uMIp In orlnlnnl ilnncc. W'AtiNI'T "ItrlnRlnK Up Father," mul -m comedy. Inpil on 'tr.irr MeManug' trtomt by (Suit Hill. Monday nlRht. UnNTLSTIttci. ArMnuMY ! MU.tr-"UaMrln." m.n.ru-Plrtun- .lrnnia. by riabrlclle D'Annunln, ..f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

r rf - - i. ij - ' m toiuji ' j-y My-Ujy -1 - ii'1 ifiwwwwMP',i,wimw n l t t A Ti f f T m f A A - " "' " " ' ii i ,,',-..-.. , i i . ..jt-M f 'ii .' . ; j "''' ?'' r. ,' " t '"" ..j -L-rrrr resent gerManI uIle7 I TfZilEO NmvnrgB' EXTREME LINE. J iLi TP Xjff I ADVANCE. I I I JT 9k v &V t 8 armies vr 9; ViMzfegAJves SpS -y l. i scAuaoXas - y&LvwX t f S J$r T ,"" I NOVON TOVEROUN ItO M. jCDOAC WNIN I gf -It b , I 7lAlUESL, Aca$pm ( S V?V f KAISER AT 7 V S1&- Y B r ... ' j - 'V. GERMAN HCAOlX ! S """' 5 HiR5ov . ?v QtwrreRs Y(y TH FRENCH J ffl VjT MA j fPvf 'tW "kw i'V V I MONTDIDIER mJ& , J 0JH0F II- I I I ' ) ' " fllf I I""' 'lvP"jTjpfj m. t r The turning movement of the Allies is meeting with fierce resistance oj the part of the Germans on a line running from Tergnier to St. Quentin, but the French outposts are believed t? have penetrated farther north and are threatening the German rear, though it has been reinforced by General von Boehn'a commands. On the extreme ri...

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. — 26 September 1914

8 v jn. - F?t r! tr'crnf T EVENING kEDOTT: iaW'sbfotjm EVENING && LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus it. k. cuiitis, tumidest. Vto. W. Oci. Beeretsrr: John C Martin, TreMureri rhtrlMi If l.nrllno-lnn rhllln H. Collins. John B. Wll- I tUm. Director. . EDITOnlAIi BOAHD! Criica It K Ccrrn, Chulrmnn P. ft. WHALBT.. Etceutlv? Editor JOHN CMAnTIN . . . General nusln MnRr ffrnbllrtied dlly, except Bunty. at Prstic t.woii HulMlne Independence Hiuire Phllnoelpnia letoe cevthai,, ....uroaci una i.B"i""S, "..if Atu.itic Ctn re -fit ton nulldlng Ntw Ton.. 1T0-A Metropolitan Tower Cntcieo 817 Home Innuranee liulMInt LomvoM.. 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall. 8. vv. NEWS BUREAUS: miimco Bmrin The PatrM RuHiiJ JVniN0To Bopad The Post Build n Kw Tonic neurit? The Timet nullilln BexMx Urate d CO Frledrlchstrajee 1ndov Bciead. 8 Pall Mall Kat. S. W. PI BciUD 32 Kue Loula le Urand hammer to the new nrtlst with the new message. As an English critic has written: tn rrnialc. In literature. In the cond...

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. — 26 September 1914

' SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA UM iggiinMU h exists s.'. .4w , . Jr v - s A-jspraftfa aiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiH MRS. WARREN WALKER Mrs. Walker entertained a house party lately' at her home in Milford. Conn. Doc- llor and Mrs. Walker and their little son are at present the nuests of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elliston Perot, at their home in School House lane, prior to Jnoving into their home, 1632 Spruce street, for the winter. ' A't . ... . ... Tin; mst or .1 series u tin-cc situsciipiion iJ.lllM'S will lie given tonight at tlic Dola waie River Club In Toircsdale. Those Jjnccs will I)" given tinner the care of a spc- Hltial iiuiiniiiioe lomposcn 01 .loscpn ai. i-auer- ion, -M. Walter W. U Fottcrnll ana A. jfla Jlltclirll. 'I A numlic r of hullo? will net as chnperonos fo. bc iliiiupi. among them being Mrs. Waller S. fjlllassi.i, ilis. Henry D. I'ntteihon. Mis. lioorgp Rliowtr, Mis'. Wllll.un B. Chumberlln, .Mrs. C....

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. — 26 September 1914

10 f IB? bW r p. WHAT EVERY EVBKIKq LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, StATTT.RPAX, SJBpjgEMBER, g.(j, ,1914. WOMAN WANTS TO " KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MAT ELLEN ADAIR SEES KNIGHTLY CHIVALRY IN ICE MAN'S ACT Her Gallant Atentions Sur prise While They Sustain Her in New Disappoint ment Seeking Employ ment. XII. Tlic Ithlghtly chivalry of ancient days Is still nllve. I think, though people orten sav li died lmtg years ago. Some say Hip stiff rn:rette. nt limin Imve elided It, with their xvilil Hilda and sttnngc desttueUVo schemes. I do not think that Is tho case It etlll tnust live. t know the -tifrit nt a Oitlaluul shone In that beman's kindly face. He drove mc to the nearest boarding house and runs tlie Moll. Wo must linVe looted a curious com bliintloit he and 1. The woman nt the door eyed mc suspiciously. She Bn2ed at the Ice wagon In an odd surprise. "Did yoti come lietc on that?" she nked. The Iceman moved to tilt m. luggage down. "You need not bring that trunk Inside this halt," m...

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. — 26 September 1914

ftVTOTfoTKBP&B SEPTEMBER 20 "IQljj 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER ecotj. suit, tl r at vtry 1 iia. talnl, them waft ' ana ' for vcrj rett chllj hi urt umei Ilttl, Tlghi the,: othe! ys W ver; Wih rid brH& Series? BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES o- on dul Thli neofi J I. MM VI Jimmy South-breeze, ciuHc licrc a tnimitet" Mrs. Soutli-brcczc called soft ly through 'the trees till Jimmy heard licr and came blowing up to sec what she wanted. "I find ( have to go on a little Southern journey," she said. , "Something about our winter home, mother?" asked Jimmy. ' "Exactly that," replied .Mrs. South brccrc, "but I'm not ready to take you with me yet this is just a little exploring trip. I'll not be gone more than two or three days. You make yourself busy and happy here in the garden till I return." "All right, Mother," answered Jim my, "and I'll watch for you every evening." '' And Mrs. South-breeze blew away toward the Southland. "Now I wonder what I'm going to do first," said Jimmy to himself; "it f...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

mmtmimm 12 EVENING TJEBGlSR-.HtXJADliJL'PH'IA", SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 36, lolS. i m JW ! CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS - RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS "BILLY" SUNDAY'S PLAN OF WINTER CAMPAIGN IN CITY Ministers Will Discuss Pro gram of Evangelist's Work at Central Y. M. C. A. on Monday. Initial plans for the cnmpalffn to bo waged by "Billy" Sunday, tbc bascbnll evangelist. In this city the coming win ter, tv lit be discussed at a mass meet ing of tho ministers of the city In tins Central Y. SI. C. A. on Monday at II o'clock. The Icev. fleorBe O. Dowry, who was seeiotnry of Mr. Sunday's campaign In Scrnnton last year, will be present and outline the program It is j hoped to carry out to make the mcM- I lugs In Philadelphia greater successes than any the evangelist has ever held. There has been much discussion of the after-effect of the Sunday visits, nnd, following an extensive study of Sunday's methods and their Immediate end nfter-efferts In Scranton, the Rev. Asa J. Kerry, p...

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. — 26 September 1914

jf- rtiv1W T .-r- . -tf -f .,, -J? pSft,jtr t- r " ? r f' EVENING DEftGERPHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2C, 1914. 13 SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE7tHERE AND EVERYWHERE m COMMERCE AND FINANCE Happenings That Throw Light on Present nnd Prospective Busi ness Conditions. Of parnmount Importance In the com mercial and financial nows of the weelc nre the preliminary steps toward a 100, 000,000 gold pool for the relief of the foreign exchange situation, the success ful placing of the 1100,000,000 loan of the city of Now York and the decision of tho Interstate Commerce Commission to reopen tho 6 per cent, freight rato case. These favorable omens In the business world were further augmented by the lifting of the ban on trading In New York, Boston, Baltimore and Phlladel- phla, providing that salesmen may bo sent out to solicit business for listed and unlisted stocks and bonds. Following the sanction of the Federal Reserve Board of the plan that the $100,000,000 be raise...

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. — 26 September 1914

WP PHiiWW 14 EVENING LEDGER TPSlEAPflflPHlA, SATURDAY, SflPTEMfilDB 26, 19:U - mn ! i . : nf.i'i. rfi 'a.;!- -i . ttj&ire; a ' .1 '?"' .' m r i i-, CINCINNATI REDS CLASH WITH PHILS IN DOUBLE BILL TIMEtA SPORT SKETCHES AS THEY APPEALED TO THE CARTOONIST STIRRING GRIDIRON BATTLE SURE WHEN PENN WARRIORS MEET GETTYSBURG TODAY! JUMPER CRANE TO. . BE VALUABLE MAN'! FOR PENN'S SQUAB First Game Begins This Afternoon at 1 :30 o'Clock. Tuesday's Contest Has Been Called Of! by the Management. Owing to the demand (or double headers the rhllty management has ar ranged with Malinger Herzog. of tin? Cincinnati Reds, to stage a double en casement this afternoon at the Phila delphia ball park. The first game will bo called at 1:30 o'clock. There was no postponed game with the Reds, but the dontcst which Is on the. books for Tuesday was moved up. This will give the locals a much-needed lest and an orf-day Tuesday. It will, however, leave the rabid fan without t. place to while away his leisure af...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

& EVENING EEPaEB-PHlKADEEPHIA', SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, TOrg. , 15 TALK OF EXCHANGE REOPENING STRONGER THAN EVER BEFORE Conditions So Much Better That Six Weeks Hence May See General Resutnp- ' tion of Active Trading. will doubtless bo exercised to help the South enrry Its-surplus cotton Until In ternational conditions become normal. Mennwhllet In the richer sections of the South, planters are preparing to turn much land heretofore devoted to cotton over to tho cultivation of grain. With the passing of another week there has come a brightening In the financial klcs which forecasts resumption of normal conditions earlier than has been generally looked for. Tho mosf Inv portant step In this direction, and one flhlch has had n matctliU effect In strengthening the situation everywhere, was the decision of the New York Stock Exchange? Committee to permit trading In unlisted securities ut model ate con cessions fiom the closing prices as of July 30, the last day on uhlch tho cx clmiiK...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

lpfcROTJ && " iir EVENING JLJtLiJLIvJJCiJtl - VOL. I 2TO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Mt m- - PASSING OF ROACH SHIPYARD ENDS ITS TROUBLED HISTORY Sheriff Sells Plant Which Furnished Many Vessels to United States Navy and Merchant Marine. 'BOSS,' A BLACK BEAR, DOES NIGHTLY DUTY IN PLACE OF POLICE POLICEMAN BRUIN PATROLS FACTORY BEAT "Going, going, sonc." These words and the lang of the Sheriff's hammer sounded the death knell todoy of one of the landmarks that lias undo the port of rhllndclphla Internationally famous. The words marked the passing "f the shipbuilding plant established more than 0 years ngo by John ltoavh at Chester. It was sold at rt Sheriff's sale at 10 o'clock this morning. The sale marked the fifth financial ie Terse tho plant, consisting ni '.'0 m rs of land, shlpwnys. machlner nnd other equipment, has had mimcp Its ihaucurn tlon In 1S72. Hut It Is believed that this famous old shipyard will never Mguln "come back" ns It h...

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

.laiUwwfrw SFOiTS FIMAl EVE I 1 M V i J r NING LEDGER SPORTS FINAL a . VOL. I NO. 12 rniLADBLPniA, Saturday, September 20, ltui. I'RIOE ONE CENT r tl , fr f . l"Wr BRILLIANT PLAY WHICH. THRILLED GREAT CROWD AT PENN-GETTYS13URG GAME 1WWW ' W $" MMMWMmMW f it ,,,. ami , jjHPlk I li BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLAJNCE NATIONAL LEAGUE FIRST GAME Cincinnati 2 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 0- Phillies 2 0200002 4- Batteries Tlncup and Burns; Ames and Gonzales. I umpires is.iem and limsne. SECOND GAME Cincinnati 0 0000004 0- Phillies 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 x- Batteries Alexander and Killefer; Lear and Gonzales. Umpires Klem and Ensley. Bight Halfback Hughes, of the University of Pennsylvania, is here pictured carrying the pigskin for the first touchdown of the game, in the first half of the contest held on Franklin Field this afternoon. , . Q . Q GERMANS IMPERIL ALLIES' WHOLE LINE BY MEUSE ADVANCE Entire System of Defense May Collapse if Invaders Hammer Way Through Ver-dun-Toul Forts at St Quentin, When They Have Gain...

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

o f EVENING LEDGftKPHILADELMtA, SATttBDAY, SB:P!PBMBflB8& ' WJ urn: rti vm s&a HI ff J "H litf mw ?M If KJ 8 iH" a.v GERMANS IMPERIL ALLIES' WHOLE LINE Conltnnrd from Paste 1 tesio Importance is tlio centre of the Allies' assault. This town had been taken by the Germans after desporato lighting. The Germans have made a supremo feftort to check the allied advanco ntonp the Olso and to push their lino forward so as to split the altlcd forces between Noyon and St. Quentln. but they have been unsuccessful. Tlio new allied nrmles, which moved cast from Amiens and Dotillons, are reported to 1 avc so strongly entrenched tlio Allies' left that the capture of St. Quentln Is considered certain within a short tlnw. If the Allies cm take St. Quentln and the railway lines between It nnd Noyon. the Germans must abandon their strongly entrenched po sitions In the Olse-Atsno region nnd retreat speedily to the northeast or bo cut off and forced to surrender. Terrible street flghtlnc; is repo...

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. — 26 September 1914

d- IgnlBffiTll v wr t m s -jW i i aii' y jBI nirtrmOTNfl- aiJiDQBB-paADE&PHIA'i SATTJBDAY, SEPTEMBEB 261 ' iJ i 1 1 if i m :-v i . . i i ii 7 i ii " " .!. mmsm-i! CHILD LABOR BIH KILLED IN SENATE BY PENROSE ORDERS T. Henry Walnut Exposes Methods by Which Meas ure Was Robbed of Vital ity by Machine. A vlKorous Indictment of the Penrose Vnro'McN'Ichol machine was mado today liy Itc'prcscntatlve T, Henry Walnut, In a statement showing the methods re ported to by the machine's representa tives In tho Legislature In throttling the child labor bill, which, ho sold, had the support of every right-thinking man In Pennsylvania. Mr. Walnut dcclured the nets of tho Inst State Senate, which was dominated by Penrose, were only tho leg islative expression of what Penrose and his henchmen and tho Interests they servo stand for. HOUSK HILL A MODEL. Mr. Walnut's statement reads: "The child labor bill, as It passed tho House, wits a measure that would have placed Pennsylvania among those States o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

LWWlvMlfM Mo- : X " DAUGHTER LOSES FIGHT TO BREAK MRS. MOTS WILL Mother Cuts Off Three of Five Children From $6000 Estate for Alleged Disre spectful Treatment. The contested wilt of Margaret McCoy "was admitted to probata today by Itefi later of Wllla Sheehan. who dismissed the caveat of Margaret McCaffrey, a daughter, Ignored In the will. Mrs. McCoy died In St. Mary's Hospital January 5. 1913. She directed In the will, executed November :T, 191!. that her JW0O estate he held In trust for her two children, James J. and Catherine McCoy, and after their death to revert to Pt. Mary's Hospital and St. Augustine's Church, Fourth and S'ew streets. The clause In the will that Impelled 3targaret McCaffrey, the daughter, to fllo the caveat render "It Is my desire that my other shlldren shall not leeelve any portion of my estate, namely, Mary Kelly, Margaret McCaffrey and Thomas McCoy, on necount of their disrespectful nnd unfriendly treatment of me, for 1 do not consider that their conduct h...

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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. — 26 September 1914

ETKEffliSESa yf!w"l pSMP'w'ywjpi n;NinfMC,!PPg8g'ywTBgmi -f EJW-i;." ..".a 'ip!PHyi , qpfft - gHTBWirSp BVESOTfl- LBDqEB-pkHDELPHiA; SATtTKDAY, SEPffffafEER 26, 1914-. 5 SHRINERS OFF TO SHORE BY AUTO K. v. mm ;4ry If "4 liSfclP IrteN J sergeant smith retires fell tfW CP wjfc!& fliiMai CINCINNATI BALL PLAYER ARRESTED ' ON WIFE'S CHARGES Pitcher Fittery Detainee at City Hall Until Team's Manager Gets Bail. Romance Shattered. For several hours today, 1'aul Fittery, pltchrr of tlio Cincinnati bnsebnlt team, feared tlint lie would not be able to nld his team In this nfternoon's strugRle with the Phillies. A warinnU cliarfflnir him with desertion and tionsupport caused his detention at detective headquarters at City Jlnll. After much trouble he was finally lib crated throujh the efforts of Paul Ban cioft, secretary ot the Cincinnati club, who succeeded In KettlnR the American Bnmllnc and Suiety Comii.iny to k Kll- tcry's sccurlt). The pitcher's bir.nltfn.-tl was disturbed ! this morni...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

v ,w iffi- mm m m 7 : 3 ' "la I : 3 m" m'H l!". ! fil e t EVENING LElDGteRPHILADEttMlA, BATURDA-Y SBgTOMBBB 26, 1914. lilf I IK eh ubthe vTCLQ rSfthMsi Ur Whrmed cMirror m m " - tr aa t to a Raping dxge- CHAS.SPR&GUE THEATRICAL BAEDEKER rillST NtllHT BROAD Lady Ulmlrrnicre Kan." hv oi"r Wild siarrlnR Maijtaret AtiRllti. Monday nlaht CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE- Pi late's Daughter ' mlrAiic nlas, by Fram-I, L Kernel Monday night. roHHKST-"f'liln-i hlii." Montgomery and Stone. In new phitnlasv, hj Anno ildveil nnd n II HurnaMr, lth mulc by Ivan Cnnll noi1nrilay nleht. OARltK'K- Nearly Mnrrlp.1." Mr.-e wn' by Kdaar Kelvvvn, stnrrlns Ilrui-e MoRne Monday nlaht Yv'ALNt T ' Itrlnslnc t'p rather," musli-ni comedv bnioil on clriirae McManua' cartoons, by Uus lllll. Monday night. CONTINUINO. ACADEMY or MPSIr-- i nhlrtn." mnvlh picture dratin, bj (inhrlellc U'.Mtnunilo, of the third remurv tl C truly marvelous feat ..n the reel, with a icnvincln iim eruntinn ADKl.THI The Revolt" by Edward...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

M EVENING LEDGEB-PglLADEIPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTBMBEB 20, 191f. BANKS URGE DEFEAT OF INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATE BILL Clearing House Here Tells Congress Measure Would Be a Serious Blow Fi nancial Institutions. Bankers In this city nro urging tlcfent of Section S at the Clayton anti-trust bill, which would prohibit Interlocking directorates. The bill Is now before- Con gress. Urging that thW section of the bill, ns far ns It affects banks and trtmt companies, bo stricken out, telegrams woie today sent by the Philadelphia Clearing House Association to thp chair man of the Judiciary Committees of the Henato and 1 louse, Senators Penrose and Oliver and members of tho House of Rep resentatives from Philadelphia. Attention Is called to the fact that If this section Is Incorporated Into law It will causo nn entire rearrangement of tho directors of many banks and trust companies, and men who have n wide business experience will be barred from action as directors, thus causing a serious blow to bo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

IMiilLLAAftllHia " fsjPr57" Y 8 EVENING LEPaER-PHIIjAPEkP&IA, BAlMJBDn iEPT EMBER 26 11)14. EVENING fggfga LEDGER PUDLIC LEDGER COMPANY . crnus it. k. ctnvris. rauit. Oto. W, Och. Beerelarrt John C Mrtln.Trurjrt Cliarlts It. Ludtngton, Philip S. Collins, John B. Wll tltm, Directors. . EDtTOntAL BOAnDl Ctucs II. It Ccbth, Chairman r. n. Wit A LET EwutlvEjtnf JOHN C. MAHT1K ..Gene rMtnesMn Br fubllnhM dally. except 8undy at Pestlo I.kmri Hullrllnir. Independence Square Philadelphia LtPOM Cifiriut, Broad and Chtnut Btreels AtiAVitc Cm Pre-Vnlon Building NtiT York 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower CntoAuo 817 Home Insurance nulldlnr London . , 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. S. W. NEWS BUREAUS ! Tumtaiciia BrmfAD.... Th Patriot Bii Id n WAiniNOTOM Bciitin. The Post nnlM n Kiw Tour BtJKAU .......The TlmM Building hiitlji ncmtj , 60 Frledrlchtra;o London Beauu 2 Tall Mall East, S W. Pitli Buiiau... ............. 32 Hue Louis le Qrand stmscntrrioN teiims Vt carrier, Diir.r Onit, six cent By mall,...

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