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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

VwwMQMpHHHEflBpHHElHpSM ' J)fp IHBml " j w T-t t. w - -r- T"i ffTi. " EVENING lij1 Jl W" ' - " ' - ' " ' ' i i w-y?-' W VTMT Wd WM! yi X' 8 ' '",! ILTnT,PTTA "FUnraiSELY. SEPTEMBER 26 1914 5 .' . . "' - .-, , ' r"?v- WTQ SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA jfepilllMlllllllllfllllllllM BRPRHRPHPK MRS. WARREN WALKER Mrs. Walker entertained a house party lately at her home in Milford, Conn. Doc tor and Mrs. Walker and their little son are at present the guests of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elltston Perot, at their home in School House lane, prior to moving into their home, 246 South 22d street, for the winter. ni-S JEAN CHRISTIAN BULLITT, Who Is iVXwIth her parents In London, will be among the riobutantcs of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Bullitt nnd Miss Bullitt expect to said from Europe about October 17. Miss Bullitt will bo Introduced at a tea lu early December. A number of entertainments have been planned In her honor. Anion?; others will be a debu tante luncheon; which will ...

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 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURI m. SEPTEMBER 26, '1014;. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES KNIGHTLY CHIVALRY IN ICE MAN'S ACT His Gallant Attentions Sur prise While They Sustain Her in New Disappoint ment Seeking Employment. XII. The knightly chivalry of ancient days Is still alive, I think. though people often u It il'cd limit yenrs ago. Some ay the atifTi ascites at home have ended It, Willi their wiiii rulds nnd strnmre destructive schemes. I Jo not think that Is tho case It nt 11 must live. I know the plrlt or n Qnlntiotl shone in that Iceman's klhdlv face. He drove me to the nearest board I nil house and rang the tMl. Wo mnt have looked a curious com bliinttini he and I. The woman at the dooi ey.d me susp'iiously. Hhe paced at the Ice wagon In an odd surprise. "I'.ti yuu come here on that?" she uUed. Tho Iceman moved to lilt my lugguge down. "You need not bring that trunk Inside this 'mil," iild ! i "V have no roon her...

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

WBw -7- . - . ' iii.fr Til -KrTTtfrt- T.TnnTn.Tf. vfi B . . . - . t j . i M - . , . , , , . Vlr V TLAPELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, lfrU. 11' CHILDREN'S CORNER I i M i ?.TOKM3l3yTO 3!B2SJ" && ?!?B39Sr2?5fsifclsZ ? T tn n T v? "ir il i n rrs O rc who xm wotMs jenesf i BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES ) : JIMMY I Jimmy South-brcczc, come here a minutel" Mrs. South-breeze c'allcd soft ly through the trees till Jimmy heard her and came blowing up to see what she wanted. "I find I have to go on a little southern journey," she said. "Something about our winter home, mother?" asked Jimmy. "Exactly that," replied Mrs. South brcczc, "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 n...

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. — 26 September 1914

mj' Snm iimpipumi'i ?-ff-?i firftvamnQQMmi m 12 EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, S AT URDAlr SEPTEMBER 26,,101 ! ft fi'lS r? w 3 I S VI !, .ar ?-:u.w w 'S I KU 'MS ja & :Ji tfil- If Ktf i . ' ' It ij l ' a L&.( ;. I'll CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS - RELIGIOUS-lCTIVITIES 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 campaign to bo , Traced by 'Billy" Sunday, the baseball evangelist. In this city the coming win ter, T.III be discussed at a mass meet Tg of the ministers of tho city In this Central V. M. P. A. on Monday at 11 o'clock The Itev. !corgo O. Dowcy. who was reeretnty of Mr. Sunday's campaign In Scrnnton last year, will be present and outline tho program It Is hoped to carry out to make the meet ings In Philadelphia greater successes than any the evangelist has ever held. There has been much discussion of the after-effect of tho Sunday visits, ...

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

"jJfr'TT''"7' hlBJMi i " "" ""Wtfi! SSyshWii EVENING IiEDGEB-Pm-I-DEPHIA SAT TODAY, SflPTEMBEIt 26, l9ia. 13 SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE tflEEKS EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE IN COMMERCE AND FINANCE Happenings That Throw Light on , Present and Prospective Busi ness Conditions. Of paramount Importance In tlio com mercial and flnJtnclat news of the week are the preliminary steps toward a $100, 000,000 tfoldjpool for the relief of the foreign exchange situation, the success ful placing of tho $100,000,000 loan of tho city of Now York and tho decision of tho Intcrstato Commerco Commission to reopen tho l per cent, freight rato case. These favorablo omens In the business .world wero further augmented by tho lifting of tho ban on trading In New York. Boston, Baltimore and Philadel phia, providing that salesmen may bo sent out to solicit business for listed and unlisted stocks and bonds. Following tho sanction of the Federal Reserve Board of tho plan that the 1100,000,000 bo raised ...

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

WJiPMflPPW wl VI ! ffl 'tf 1 ' L I 'WWiipPIWIi WmmUMIf 1 'ii HI HJtWpH EVENING LEDGEB-PHirAPEI.PHTA, S'ATURPATr SEPTEMBER jffi-191: 14w - BVBNiyg LEDGER-PHILIP EkPHI J 1914 FOOTBALL SEASON USHERED IN WITH SPLENDID PROGRAM FOR OPENING DAY FRESHIES AT PENN HAVE BIG TIME IN MORNING CONTEST First Freshman Eleven After Lots of Struggling, Man ages to Score a Lone Touchdown. The Pennsylvania-Gettysburg football game this afternoon at Franklin Field was not only the only local gridiron frame of today. This morning tlus freshmen first and second teams held a battle royal. After half an hour of hard fighting Ross, halfback on the first freshmen team, was lushed through tackle for the only touchdown. This v.ts made possible when New berry, full back en the first freshmen team, made run of 40 yards. Peoples, guard on the first Freshmen team, showed Up well. Time and again Tcoplcs would hurtle through, breaking plays and smashing Interference. Freshmen Coach Lou Young tutored the. first freshme...

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

rpSW r v EVENlHGr LEDGrEK FfiW&&wvF timmmfWgmm -IJAftELPHlA, SAftTJ&DAY, SE?.TEKBEB2191 he; 15 TALK OF EXCHANGE OPENING STRONGEST ' SINCE WAR STARTED Conditions So Much Better That Six Weeks Hence May See General Resump tion of Active Trading. Willi tho iinssliiff of another week there hna como n brightening In the financial eklcs which forecasts icsumptlon of normal conditions earlier than has been generally looked for. Tho most Im portant step In this tllrcctloif, and one which has had a material effect In strengthening tho situation everywhere, was the decision of the Wow Yonc Stock Uxchango Committee to permit trading In unlisted securities at moderate con cessions from tho closing prices as of July 30, tho last day on which tho ex changes of tho country wero open. Tho original restriction about not per-' mlttlng sales under thoso prices was made so as to prevent, as far as pos sible, tho liquidation which, It was gen erally believed, was to bo expected be cause of t...

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

ew. mw9mmMy,rr'i!m"? SPORTS FINAL EVENING LTnrijiTj I spouts Hi U Ij JCLi Jlv eim - VOL. I NO. 12 PIIILADELPIIIA, 9ATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1014v 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 North Boundary. Executive Clark Says Public Is Not In terested, and Judge Brown, Asked to Explain Omission, Declares He Is Not Answering Conundrums. REAR ADMIRAL McLEAN WAITING FOR HIS SHIP A great land grab to be put thiough by the Vare-McNichol-Fcnros-contrcllcd Councils Is back of the bill to condemn land for tho Municipal Court at list ( and Race streets. The bill was passed Tuesday over the Mayor's veto. On the urfacc the Municipal Court plan meant the purchase of n small corner lot at Slbt and Race streets. ' But the real scheme is the acquisition of an entire city block and the construc tion of buildings which would cost Jvo.ftA Ileal estate agen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

J-A.-MJItUWi-l NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. PItlOE ONE OET VILLA SCORNS PEACE PROPOSAL AND WILL FIGHT TO THE END Replies to Carranza, Who 'Sought Settlement Ac- cuses Late Ally of Violat ing Treaty of Torrcon. JAPANESE DENY CHARGE OF EXCESSES IN CHINA ! JUAREZ, Sept. . Tho light between General Francisco Vlllit and Provlrlonal president VeiiiiHtliino Cnirnnz.i must go en to tlm end. there cun be no mediation ef their dlffercliccB. This was the leply uencrni vnia sent from Chihuahua today to Cuiranzn's mil itary chiefs, who had msed him to ui.eept a peaceful settlement, villa charge I mat t'arrnnzn Imil violated the "treaty rf Tor rcon." framed several months ngo when a slrnltHt break between the two leaders Has mended. Backing UP his declaration of hostilities, (Villa, continues to mobilize his forces, and fighting below Torreon Is expected lo begin shortly. The messngo to Villa was drawn lip by Generals Kduardo Hay...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

$m r EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPMMflER 26. 1914' i few O '?' RIVERS OF BLOOD AGAIN MAY DELUGE WATERLOO AS GERMANS GATHER FOR BATTLfi hand -to-hand fighting In tho streets, the Germans using Muxlm guns ngnlnst the French, who wero forced to retire beforo tho steady fjre. The French had nrtlllery nnd possibly they could have expelled the Germans by bom barding St. Qtientln, but It was feared that the city would be destroyed." Tho Germans nro icported merely holding their entrenched positions In ously against tho army of Crown Prince Huprecht of Havnrln. Attack follows attack In quick succession. The vnlue of German strategy Is becoming more and more apparent, tt now seems certain that tho Germans did not Intend to hold the heights Im mediately north of the Alsne, as the po sition to which they have fallen back Is Infinitely stronger. Tho key to the tho centre. This Is believed duo to the position of the German right Is a nut- fact that they have been compelled to withdr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

-i "wvr E'f EJfiJfG LbVqbB 'pmtAPELPHl-AV 8ATOBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 19. 3 BRUMBAUGH GIVES PLEDGE OF SERVICE TO VAST CROWDS i , j Audience at Altoona Over Hows Theatre and Cheers Candidate, Who Again Asserts His Independence. AlTOONAi Pft'i Sept. 26. Doctor IirimibaUBli Republican candldato for Governor, talked to 1S0O persons In a theatre at Altoona last night. Ilundicds clamored for admission after the doors had been closed, and Doctor Biinnbaiifih, Senator Penrose, ex-Cong-ressimui Daniel I.ntenn and J. D. Illclts, mid l'rnnk B. McClaln, candidate for Lieu tenant Governor, addressed an overflow nifptlng on the street. Senator Penrose did not reach Altoona until Kite and did not participate In the oration tendered Doctor Uriimbaugh by the citizens of Blair County, the home county of the Republican candidate for Governor In the afternoon. Doctor Diumbaugh said that for 160 joors his ancestors had tilled the soil of Pennsylvania, obeyed the laws of the Btnte and tried to live useful li...

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

'BVBrfiy 'i5Bi3tfBR3?B:q3a:PEripki7g; wmvnm vvmPB'QJt .jggi 2te , 5 II (dar" M l oar, m Mm t ? .? Ml MUGHTERIOSES 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 Margatet McCoy was nilmlttcd to probnto today by Reg ister of AVIIU Shechan, who dismissed the caveat of Margaret McCaffrey, a daughter. Ignored In the. will. Mrs. McCoy died In St. Mary's Hospital Oanunry S, 1911. She directed In the will, executed November 27, 1512, that her $000 estate be held In trust for her two Children, James J. and Catherine Mct'o, and after their death to revert to St. Man's Hospital and St. Augustine's Church, Foutth and N'ew streets. The clause In the will that Impelled Margaret McCaffre.v, the daughter, to flip the cnAcnt rends "It Is mj dolre that itiv other shlldren shall not receive nny portion of m estate, nameh, Mary Kelly Margaret McCaffrey and Thonns McCoy, on account of their disrespectfu...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

c BRISK, BREEZY DAY AND CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST STIR SHOW Society Made Happy by Sweeping Success of Phil adelphia Thoroughbreds and Notable Battle of Prize Winners. Thin In the nd of fcntlment, the tiny of the nnM tent, Vthen the JihIros pick from thn blue-blood host .tho leiulor of nil th Imt. Out of tho scores of thorouRhbrcils, game to ttio heart and bona, Thlch shall win bv point anil point, which shall stand alone? .most A sTJitr conntsrowir.NT. BIIYN MAW II, Sr-pt. 20. Idcnl wenther conditions arc prevailing t the last iliy of the 20th nnnunt Uryn Mnwr Horse Show, rind hundreds of en thusiasts arc present to applaud and ad mire local and Main Lino entries which have captured most of the blue ribbons durlnff tho Inst week's judging. Interest In the final championship class, when winners only will compete for tho most coveted prize offered, has aroused con ildcrablc (peculation. There In a delicious tang In tho air, which usually belongs to Horse Show at mosphere, but has been miss...

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

MEXS2BU C.wli i SOU M tm :m Si? :fi U': y. E Fi tt Ifftf EVENING IilSDQBB PHlDBIiPfllArSA'T-plllJAY, SAP JijiMB.jlB 2G, 19Ti. Jo. (the Stage SCplds its Warped SftGrror to a ?apin6 Se"--- THEATRICAL BAEDEKER FIRST NIGHT BROAD t.nlt iiiilirniin Fan." bv Os.-nr Wiltle stnrrlnR Mnrenret Anslln, Mnmlav nleht CHfc.iTSTT PTtt1i:T nPEIU llofPK- Pi Iftte's Daughter ' mlrn le pla, by Fran 1 I. Kftijel M"tiilfi ntshl. FORREST- 'I'liln-i hlii ' Montgomery And Stone, In new phantajv b Anne (MMwe.l nnd It 11 Iturndlile, with music h Ivan Carvll Wednesday nlKht. GARRICK -' Nrnrly Married. " fnrre rn'i hv Eilcar Selnyn, starring Uruce Mcltm- Monday nlsht WALNUT Hrlnslnc; Pp Father." niiialmi cnmndy. Wised on Oenrne MeMnnua' cartoons. by Gtia Hill. Monday night. CONTINUING. ACADEMY rip Mt'SR'- '''nnlrln " m.nlne- flcturo drama. b Oabrlelle D'Anminiln of ho third reiitury 1). C. A truly mnrielous feat on the reel, ttllh a comlnclnjj ol, -in eruption ADEl Pill 'The ttrvolt." bv Hdnr.l tickr stnrrlns H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

s-rvpr f n4jt -w,r tiVtfmWQ liEDaSB-&HlADELPmA SATITEPAY, SEPTEMBER ' 26. 1914. 7 :fl BANKS URGE DEFEAT - OF INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATE BILL Tells Clearing House Here Congress Measure Would Be a Serious Blow to Fi nancial Institutions. Bankers In this city aro urging defeat of Section 8 of tho Clayton anti-trust till, wlilch would prohibit Interlocking directorates. Tho bill Is now before Con Kress. Urging that thli section of tho Dili as fnr as It affects banks and trust companies, bo stilckcn out, telegrams were today sent by the Philadelphia Clearing Houeo Association to tho chair man of tho Judiciary Committees of tho Senate and House, Senators Penrose and Oliver and members of tho House of Hcp rcscntatUes from Philadelphia. Attention Is called to tho fact that If this section Is Incorporated Into law It w 111 cnuso an entire rearrangement of tho directors of many banks and trust companies, and men who have a wide business experience wilt bo barred from action as directors, th...

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

s EVENING LftEft-PHlLDBLPHlA, 3ATtTRPAY SEPTEMBER 26 ljU eua EVENING ft&$&J LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnxiB it. it. cunTis. rtiiiz!ft. Cr,W. Oelrn, Beretry John C. Martin. Trfturjr! Charltn H. Lucllngton, rhlllp S. Collins, John B. WII lltmn. Plrrclnrt. EDITOniAIi BOARD! Ctsrjs II. K. Ccatis, Chairman. I. IT. WTtALKT Executive Editor its r riwi. n ...t nn.tn.ai Mnnitrer mm .. ftirtHiinninMi.un'"'1' ..u.....--- - - PublldhM dally, xept 8unday. at Prnito Lr.NlSB nulldlnR, Independence Sn.tmri riilladelphia. LinoM Csjmut,. , .Broad and Chectnu IS try Ms ATtANTic Cm rrrn.rMfon nuiMinc Nut York I70-A. Metropolitan Joxrn CmoAOO,. ....... 817 Home Insurance IullIln LOUDON. ...... ....8 Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, S. w. NEWS DUnEAWS I , . .. Kiw Ton ncwsAD The T "'' ""''J'"; IImm.i IlniKAD W FrledrlchPtraMo Ixixmn BcmtAi; 2 rail Mall Ea.t. S. W. Timu Bciiio 32 Hue Louis le Grand sunscnirrioN terms Br carrier. DllM Only, Ii cent. By mall, postpaid cntalde of Philadelphia, except wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

p'tiSfe - M Wn TM"" y ""fP t-y , rv v C ryr. T.mr,ftMitrTLAPBt,PHIA. SABPBPAT, SEPTEMBE-B 86, lOlfc 9 SOCIAL LIFE AND ABOUT PHIUOELPHIA ' l MRS. WARREN WALKER Mr, Walker entertained a house party lately at her home in Milford, Conn Doc , iir-n -J tt,:r little ann Are at nresent the Euests of Mrs. Walker 3 tor anc ' , .. ri.n r,f nf their hnmn in School House lane, prior to uarent. ir. ana """ '"olw" -' t ...!. ; their home. 246 South 22d street, for the winter. muvui. ...- ..... (itmio-rrAM nm,T.'ITT. who Is th licr parents In London, will bo among tho pbutnntcs ot the season. Mr. and Mrs. Culllt and Miss Bullitt expect to said from Kurpc about October 17. Miss Bullitt will be Intrduccil at a tea In early December. A -nrhcr of entertainments have been planned Jlnicr hoi.or. Anions others will be a debu- tarte luncheon, which will be given oy .ur. Jtncs I'lancls Sullivan. Miss Mary Frances Fisher, daughter of Dr. lid Mrs. Henry M. i'i3ncr, ui jwvumn., enkintuwn. will make her debut m...

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 " EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 2101 i r ' ' ' ' - -- - Z t-J V- tltr i riul ktlie rcrl !lta ilovfil 1rEfJ ,fflU 311 a f M B-i i ?,( tl Hfl! A WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAIDjND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES KNIGHTLY CHIVALRY , IN ICE MAN'S ACT His Gallant Attentions Sur prise While They Sustain Her in New Disappoint ment Seeking Employment. xn, The knightly chivalry of ancient days I Is ntlll alive, 1 think, though people often Bav It tiled long years ago. some fay the fniffrngettei at home have ended It, with their wild raids nnd strange, destructive schemes. 1 do not think that Is the case It still must live. I know the plrlt of a Galahad shone In that Ireman's kindly face. He drove me to the nearest hoarding house and rang the bell. We mint hac looked a curious com bination he and I. The woman at the i door eyed me suspiciously. She gazed at the Ice wagon In un odd surprise. "Did you come here on that?" she asked. The Iceman moved to li...

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

EVENING 7-STTirDHIA flAY, RttfrttBMBBB 26, 10U, at -J, , I ,1 .. ! CHILDREN'S CORNER HHHHHHBK JBBBH ? S! j.J-ttjPEygiEaJriVM 7jvwW4jsy-fw)Mf,yfrQw . lBBBKBBl BBBBBBBt BBBBB y TlrfrrijTMiBaBBEffiKjiiKJTM itiiAi BUrfBBHBtfrfiHtM? jlHPrllp)PHBM3H 135MM1 Wko mi k)tli Series? BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES rs ted JIMMY! , Jimmy South-brcezc, come Iicrc a minute!" Mrs. South-brcczc called soft ly through the trees till Jimmy heard her and ca'mc blowing up to sec what she wanted. "I find I have to go on a little southern journey," she said. "Something about our winter home, mother?" asked Jimmy. "Exactly that," replied Mrs. South brcezc, "but I'm not ready to take you with me yet this is just a little exploring trip. I'll not he gone more than two or three days. You make yourself busy and happy here in the garden till I return." "AH right, Mother," answered Jim my, "and I'll watch for you every evening." And Mrs. South-brcczc blew away toward the Southland. "Xow I wonder what I'm going to do fir...

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. — 26 September 1914

12 EVENING LEDaEB-PHlLADIiP'HIAr gATITRDAY, SEPTEM'bE'B; 2(j, 1911 V Itafc oaf 'fti M5. r!.(i H i 21 f 1 04 i Hi v CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS - RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS "BILLY" SUNDAY'S PLAN OF WINTER CAMPAIGN IN CITY M inlsters Will Discuss Pro gram of Evangelist's Work at Central Y. M. C. A. on Monday. Initial plana for the campaign to be , traged by "Dllly" Sunday, the baseball evnngcllst, In this city the coming win ter, will be discussed at a mass meet T5g of the ministers of the city In tha Central Y. M. C. A. on Monday at 11 o'clock. The Hev. Oeorge G. Dowcy, who was secretary of Mr. Sunday's campaign In Scranton last year, will be present and outline the program It Is hoped to carry out to make the mot lngs In Philadelphia jjroater successes than any the evangelist has ever held. There has been much discussion of the after-effect of the Sunday visits, and, following an extensive study of Sunday's methods and their Immediate and after-effects In Scranton, the...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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