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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

-iv -jTr v 1 -. 1 HiVEa t:P.HTBLM SAOTBflAY, SEttTBB 28. 1014. 13 STtTThiiAY F.VF.N1NC KRvTEV OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EMSKYyHEBg IN COMMERCE AND FINANCE Happenings That Throw Light on Present and Prospective Busi ness Conditions. Of paramount Importance In th6 com mercial and financial news of the week are the preliminary steps toward r $100, 000,000 gold pool for the relief of the foreign exchange situation, the success ful placing of the $100,000,000 loan of tho clty of Now Ydrk and tho decision of the Interstate Commerco Commission to reopen tho 5 per cent, freight rato case. These favorable omens In the business world wero further augmented by the lifting of the ban on trading in Now 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 tho Federal Reserve Board of tho plan that the $100,000,000 bo raised to place tho foreign exchango market on a firm...

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

1 '"V M JL i. A r ' 3 i ii r W'U' ' It " M7.i' OTDRRGREDIRON BATTLE SURE WHENPENlN WARRIORS MEET GETTYSBURG TODAY CINCINNATI REDS CLASH WITH PHILS IN DOUBLE BILL TIMELY SPOUT SKETCHES AS THEY APPEALED TO THE CARTOONIST LOOKS L1K&1T MIGHT op. WRESTUER. WITH Or4E. OF THOSE PORTABUE' VEST POCKST First Game Begins This Afternoon at 1 :30 o'Clock. Tuesday's Contest Has Been Called Off by the Management. Owing to the demand for double headers the Phllly management has ar ranged with Manager Hcrzog, of the Cincinnati Ileds, to stage a double en gagement this afternoon at the Phila delphia ball park The first same will be called at 1.3) o'clock There was no postponed game with the Reds, but the ontcst which is on the books for Tuesdn was moved up. This will give the locals a much-needed lest and an ort-day Tuesdav It will, however, leave the rabid fan without a. place to while away his leisure after noon hours. Now that the Giants are really out of the race, the only thing of IntereM bo...

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

nWifl i?M yc- wvr - r wftxprx r- yy-tpn EYBtTIKO- fiEDGER-PHILAPBEPfflX SATtTBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 101A'- IS TALK OF EXCHANGE OPENING STRONGEST SINCE WAR STARTED Conditions So Much Better That Six Weeks Hence May See General Resutnp tion of Active Trading! With llio passing "f nnothcr vytck thcro lins como a brlffhtcnlnit In the financial skies which forecasts resumption of normal conditions earlier than lias been Konoiatly looked for-. Tho most Im portant step In this direction, ami -one which has had n material off cot In strenBthenltiK the situation everywhere, was the decision of the NoW York Btock Exchange Commlttro to permit trading In unlisted securities at moderate con cessions from tho closing pi Ices ns of July 30, tho last day bn which tho ex changes of tho country were open. Tho original restriction about not per mitting sales under those prices was niado so as to prevent, ns far as pos sible, tho liquidation Which, It was gen erally believed, was to be expqetod be causo o...

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

NIGHT EVENING LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATU11DAY, S15PTISMBER 26, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 1 HUGE LAND GRAB HID IN COURT BILL BY ITSJPROMOTERS Acquisition of City Block Contemplated in Measure Jammed Through Councils Over Mayor's Veto Map of Property Defaced to Conceal Northern Boun dary. Executive Clark Says Public Is Not In terested, and Judge Brown, Asked to Explain Omission, Declares He Is Not Answering Conundrums. A great land grab to be put by the Vare-McNichol-Penrose-contrdled Councils is back of the bill to condemn land for the Municipal Court at list and Race streets. The bill was ;,assed Tuesday over the Major's veto. On the surface the Municipal Court plan meant the purchase of a small corner lot at 21st and Race streets. thiouch I "But don't you know why the street Was blocked out?" Judge Brown tuined on his heel and walked toward his office. "I'm not answering conundrums," he said at the door. The vote by which the opening wedge was forced through ove...

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

SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I NO. 12 PIIIIiADELPniA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEK 2G, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT af: 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 Gained Foothold. YILLA SCORNS PEACE PROPOSAL AND WILL FIGHT TO THE END Great Britain's Official Press Bureau Says Counter Assaults on Kaiser's Right Wing Have Been Repulsed With Severe Losses Fierce Fight Near St. Quentin. PARIS, Sept. 2G. O, That tho desperate attack of the Germans on the lino of French fortifi cations between Verdun and Toul on the River Mouso Is hearing fruit Is In dicated by ofnclal admission that the Germans succeeded In crossing the JIcuso. . p Though tho official statement says that the greater part of tho attacking forces wcro driven back across the TheWarToday Replies to Carranza, Who Sought Settlement Ac cuses Late Ally of Violat ing Treaty of Torreon. river, It does not...

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

2 EVENING LEDGERS-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. rW Oat, Ita spi to tlm m mil , Bthe FcrM !1U: 1 feel ! GERMANS IMPERIL ALLIES' WHOLE LINE Contlnnrd from Tnito 1 tostfi Importance, Is tho centre of the Allies' assault This town had been taken by tho Germans after ilcsperato fighting. Tho Germans have made a supremo effort to check the allied advanco along tho Olso and to push their lino forward so as to split the allied forces between Noyon and St. Qitcntln. but they have been unsuccessful. The new allied armies, which moved cast from Amicus and Doullens, are reported to 1 avc so strongly entrenched tho Allies' left that the capturo of St. Quentln is considered certain within a short Urn-'. If the Allien can take St. Quentln and tho railway lines between It and Noyon, tho Germans must abandon their strongly entrenched po sitions In tho OIse-Alsnc region and retreat speedily to the northeast or bo cut off and forced to surrender. Terrible street lighting is reported from...

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

p 1 1 MmLw-.s-v-nJL-JULamm EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914:. rl CHILD LABOR BILL KILLED IN SENATE BY PENROSE ORDERS AT TftE HORSE SHOW EXHIBITS AND EXHIBITORS x . Henry Walnut Exposes Methods by Which Meas ure Was Robbed of Vital ity by Machine. A vigorous Indictment of the Penrose-Vnrc-McNlcliol machine wns mndo today by Itopresentntlvo T. Henry Walnut, In a statement showlns the methods re sorted to by the machine's leprcscnta tlves In tho Legislature In throttling the child labor bill, which, he said, had tli'i support of every rlght-thlnklng man In Pennsylvania. Mr. Walnut declared the acts of tho last State Senate, which was dominated by Penrose, were only tho leg islative expression of what Penrose and Ms henchmen and tho Interests they crvo stand for. HOUSE IllLIi A MODEL. Mr. Walnut's statement reads: "The child labor bill, as It passed the House, was a measure that would havo placed Pennsylvania among those States of tho Union that hud seen the nece...

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

:- EVENING LEDaEK-PHlLADELPEtlA, BAtfTJRDAY, SEPffEMfeEB 2C, 1914. IfiS DAUGHTER LOSES FIGHT TO BREAK MRS. MOTS WILL the Board of Kducatlon. Hnyard Henry, former State Senolor, ami prcsentatlvefl of tln district hlnh schools. Tr. , tl Kev.or peleeted a list of Ills- I torlcnl hooks on Germantown and dally apors mid probated tt list of the names of pupil which wns placed In the eon nerstrne. T''r program was ai ranged by Qoorjri' P. D.irrow, widely known In Ger mantrwn business circle-, In co-opeiatlon ! with Instructors ot the district high I S( lioo'. I All AoilUlc.t In Oermantown wero In- v.tiM to paitlclp.itc In the ccremonh-s. Mother Cuts Off Three of Five Children From $6000 ' today's mahkiage licenses Estate for Alleged Disre spectful Treatment. PASSING OF ROACH SHIPYARD ENDS ITS TROUBLED HISTORY The contested will of Margaret McCoy was .idmltd-d tn pinhntc today by B Ister of Wills tflierhiin. who dismissed the rnw.it of Margaret McCaffrey, a. dauKhli-i. Mnorcd In the will. M...

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

VfVTTTTJ'S.r. ' - ( EVENING IiDGBIt-PHIAPBLPHlA, SATURDAY,' SEPTEMBER 20, 10lfv K SHRINERS OFF TO SHORE BY AUTO :; t:m SW5 Hots! 'JJwflflF&rwrM WSmmL WNKESEm mmMWVaKkmX lwwitgL ...Uf.. A'.vn, f'7 SJBfcW iv VW SERGEANT SMITH RETIRES lii mil ?tlP I mtmmmmmmMmmmmwmMm CINCINNATI BALL PLAYER ARRESTED ON WIFE'S CHARGES Pitcher Fittery Detained at City Hall Until Team's Manager Gets Bail. Romance Shattered. TWENTY THOUSAND SHRINERS'AT SHORE HOLD BIG OUTING Lu Lu Temple Members Go to Atlantic City Carnival in Autos Mounted Band Attracts the Crowd. Man Served Thirty Years In the U, Marine Corps. Sergeant Robert Smyth, after 30 years' service In the United States Marino Corps, was today put on the retired Hat. He la 62 years old. As ho said Kood-by to his frlendw at the T.caRUo Island Navy Yard, wlioro ho has been stationed for the past year, Smyth proudly displayed a Government check for mnie than $11)00 which, ho says lie has saved since he has been In the service. For several hours tod...

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 EVENING LEPqERPHILADELBHlA, SAfftJBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 101 srrt HHIT I "cs9 7"! omg nVfaMj? ifc Wapncd cMirrov kZ to a Raping cZge CHAS,SPRGUE THEATRIC VL - o DAEDEKER riHT NIGHT BROAD- lni tn ! rmero s Van." bv rur-u Wllile sinrrmc Mnrsiret Anglln. Monda I ttiree en iiii" Hruce M1H1. must' ai Ml. tit ,, u- i i u-wiM t ,.i-t k llrti'et" inriii ' i nit 'i ' i i n'i vi i Inte's t'liuehtiT mlrn ! play. b Kranrls I Krnici M n la nlht. IOHUEST i I In i hln Montgomery una Sioiip. In ncn iliuntiu Anne nl lo I mid II H lliirnslilr lth musli b lan mrm Mnc,n nijrni. OARitU'K Nirl Stnrrifil." by ErlKnr Piln, starring Monday nulit , AAI-.Nl l iirinninc I p i nincr, imisn m comeiI mri on ur-nrRe .Mr.uanua enrun, b Ous lllll MomU night. CONTINUING. JkrA PFMY of MUPIt'- i'ablrl.1 " m-lnr flcturc ilrimi. M Oabrlfllo IV xnnunrln of he Ihlr I pnturt tl C. A truly marvelous 'oat nn Hie reel with n ron n Ir I ' i eruntl n AM I I 111 The fteiolt" In Mnr. 1 ck-Ho. ptnirlvu llrinn Ware Driven dMrcrntr, f...

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. — 26 September 1914

yEiRJ i fwfwij,ij WWpP'l mfHQfmm-& "' r-Ts&r - wp mf WFty,l.jlltwip,!Xtlw-'" wrap EVENING- i-EDaER-fHILADELPHIA, SAl'URP'AY,; SEPTEMBER 26, 191f. BANKS URGE DEFEAT OF INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATE BILL Clearing House Here Tells Congress Measure Would Be a Serious Blow to Fi nancial Institutions. Bankers in this city aro urging dqfeat of Section 8 of the Clayton anti-trust till, which would prohibit Interlocking directorates. Tho bill Is now before Con gress. Urging that this section of tho bill, as far as It affects banks and trust companies, be stricken out, telegrams vero today sent by tho Philadelphia Clearing House Association to tho chair . man of tho Judiciary Committees of the Bcnato and House, Senators Pcnroso and Oliver and members of the House of Rep resentatives from Philadelphia. Attention Is called to tho fact that If this section Is Incorporated Into law It will causo an entire rearrangement of tho directors of many banks and trust companies, nnd men who havo a wldo...

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SAITIXBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, ' 1914. . AA m EVENING drSila LEDGER I'UDLIG LEDGER COMPANY CrnUS It. K. CUtlTIS, rnsstntsT. Om. W. Ochu, Secretary : John C. Martin, Treasurer t Charles II. I.mllngton, Philip S. Collins, John D. Wil liam. Dlrectorii. . EDITOntALBOAnDt CTntm II. K. Ccbiis, Chairman. P. IT. WIIA1.BT . . . KTecntlve. rMUor JOI1M C. MAItTl.V Ocnernl llinlneMMojnnRer PtibtldhH dally, except Sunday, at Pi-ntto T.ekieb niilWInir Indepcnilenco Sn'iaro Philadelphia. LtMM CrNTXt nroad and Chetnut Bttttl ATtANtlc Cltr prrss-t'nlort lliilUllnR Niw YoK 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower CmcAoo SI" Home lnurnnce Iiuliainjr London 8 Waterloo Plice, Pall Mall, S. VV. Nnws BunnAva ; nAmmmeiin Ilmnr The mirlot Mj; Washington Hchfid The roil MM;; New Yonis Ocbeau The Tjir lHHtdlnc riEUN nt-BFAr W Frlcdrlehtra9 Lonpon ricBKAU 2 Pall Mall V?1'.?'! Pabis IIciikad 32 Iluo Louis le Urand SlinSCIlIlTIONTEnMS By carrier. n.ul.T O.m-t, kIx cenn Uy mall, r"trvtil fiutslde of Phil...

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

"""VJS'wcr ." Tra TTIftlTO-PHIfcAPBLPHIA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1D14;. 9 1 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA fcllllllllllllllfllWlljlIIM jlglllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 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. Elliston Perot, at their home in School House lane, prior to moving into their home, 246 South 22d street, for the winter. MB JUAN CHRISTIAN BULLITT, who is with her parents In London, will be among the debutantes of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Bullitt and Mi's Bullitt expect to said from Europe about October 17. Miss Bullitt will bo Introduced at a tea In early December. A number of entertainments havo been planned In her honor. AmotiR others will be a debu tnnte luncheon, which will be given by Mrs. James Francis Sullivan. Miss Mary Frances Fisher, daughter of Dr. an...

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 M EVENING LEPGEB-PglLADfll-PHIA. BAfltJRPAY, BBPTBMBriB2jj10l; 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 Employ-: ment. an. The knightly chivalry of ancient itas Is etlll nllve, t tliinlt, though people often cay It died Ions years asm, Some say tho ufTragctteo at home have ended It, with their wild raids and strange destructive schemes. I do not think that Is the ease It etlll must live. I know the spirit of a Onlnhnd sltotic In that Iceman's kindly face. He drove me to the nearest hoarding house and rahR the belt. Wc must have looked a curious com bination, he and I. The woman at the door eyed mo suspiciously. She Baaed at the Ice wiiffon tn on odd surprise. "Fid you eomo hero on that?" she nked. The iceman moved to lift m lusgnm down. "You noi-il not hrlhir that mink Inside this hall," ild u. Mc rriV'. no roon here...

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

i r- , , - ,-tt - -- . . JW..,,,1 pefsppwvj e EWBttlW IrBAGHaB--PHIIiAPBIigH:A, SATUBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26i191j 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER . . t p ii ' 7',1 i I i .ii - .1 mirwm ii.wmwi im ndi.i.n.,.11 ! 7? Vj o T w Jnio jm htlih Series? BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES JIMMY! Jimmy South-brcczc, come here a minutel" Mrs. South-brcczc called soft ly through the trees till Jimmy heard licr and came 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 breeze, "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-brcczc blew away toward the Southland. "Now I wonder what I'm going to do first," said Jimmy to himself; "it feels very queer to b...

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

H" VJ, EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 191 i m m M 5 11 rain Hi 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 tho campaign to bo waged by "Billy" Sunday, the baseball evangelist, In thin city the coming win ter, will be discussed at a mass meet ing of the ministers of tho city In the Central Y. M. C. A. on Monday at 11 o'clock. The Itcv. Georgo G. Dower, who ai secretary of Mr. Sunday's campaign In Scranton last year, will be present nnd outline the propram 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 discission of the after-effect of the Sunday visits, nnd, following an cxtenslvo study of Sunday's methods nnd their Immediate and after-effects In Scranton, the Rev. Asa J. Ferry, pastor of the ...

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. 13 SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE IN COMMERCE AND FINANCE Happenings That Throw Light on Present nntl Prospective Busi ness Conditions. Of paramount lmporlnnco In the com mercial and financial news of the wcelc nro the preliminary steps toward a t00,- 000,000 gold pool for the relief of the foreign exchange situation, the success ful placing of the $100,000,000 loan of tho city of New York and tho decision of tho Interstate Commerce Commission to reopen tho S per cent, freight rate case, Thcso favorablo omens In tho business world were 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 the sanction- of the Fedoral Reserve Board of tho plan that the 1100,000 000 bo raised to place th6 foreign exchange market on a firm basi...

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

upm mmi fv4mmmmmmsmfWMmmmt',mm''i u EVENING LEDGER-PHirAELPHI SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914- hojft pr? it' First Freshman Eleven After Lots of Struggling, Man ages to Score a Lone Touchdown. 1914 FOOTBALL SEASON USHERED IN WITH SPLENDID PROGRAM FOR OPENING DAY T3DBCUIPQ liTDUHM I TIMET;? SPORT SKETCHES AS THEY APPEALED TO THE CARTOONIST I JUMPER CRANE TO HAVE BIG TIME IN MORNING CONTEST r-cfcrQYoo BEAT "" THATP H&Y '.'' COME BACK. 1A. HERE. VMITH THAT BAUU-THATPLWa THe.OMUf TWING . STOP HIM FENCE.' Tho Pennsylvania-Gettysburg' footbntt gnmo this afternoon at Krnnklln Field was not only the only local gridiron game of today. This morning tho freshmen first and second teams held a tiattlc royal. After half an hour of hard fighting' Boss, halfback on the first freshmen team, was rushed through tackle for tho only touchdown. This was made possible when Newberry, full back en tho flrst freshmen team, made a run of 40 yards. Tooples, guard on the first Freshmen team, showed up well. Ti...

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

1STSS! $Ss iSS3SJ; jpnwajr? EVENING- J'EDaEB-PHILAPBLPHIA SATURDAY" SEPTEMBER J26, 1014. 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. With tho passing of another week there has come a brljjhtenlnp; In tho financial Bklca which forcensta resumption at normal conditions earlier than has been ccnornlly loohed or. Tho most Im portant step Jn this dltcctlon, and one which has had a material effect In BtrcnHthcnliiK tho situation everywhere, was the decision of tho Now YorK Stock UxcIiriiro Committee to permit trading Jn unlisted securities at moderate con cessions from tho closing prices as of July 30, tho last day on which the ex changes of tho country wero open. Tho original restriction about not per mitting sales under those prices was jnado so as to prevent, as far ns pos sible, tlia liquidation which, It was jron crally believed, was to bo expected be causo of tho wnr situation a...

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

W&, SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL I-NO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1914. PRICE ONE CEKT 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. A great land grab to be put thiougli by the Varc-McNIchol-Penro'Contrclled Councils Is back of the bill to condemn land for the Municipal Court at list and Race streets. The bill was passed Tuesday over the Mayor's veto. On the surface the Municipal Court plan meant the purchase of a small corner lot at 21st and Race streets. But the real scheme Is the acquisition of an entire city block and the construc tion of buildings which would cost MC& Heal estate ononis say the speculative posslbllitl-s are cnormou". Thli explain the frantic misteri...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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