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

POSTSCRIPT EDITION Jbv xLiiN-liNUr Hi mJ a JLj JLV POSTSCRIPT EDITION .41 5 VOL. I WO. 12 ft PIIJCLADELIIIA, SATU1U3AY; SEPTEMBER 2, 1014. PiaOE 02s'E CENT it y d 13 II 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 be put thiough by the Varc-McNIchol-Pcnrose-controlled Councils Is back of the bill to condemn (ami for the Municipal Court at Slst and nacc 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 Slst and Race streets. Hut the real scheme Is the acquisition of an cntlie city block and the construc tion of buildings which would cost JSCO.OOO. Real c3tate ngents say the speculative possibilities are enormous. This explains the frantic mustering of a voto big enough to override the Mayor'...

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

EVENING LEPGEB-PHILAPELPH-IA, SATTTBDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26,, 1914. I - II 1 1 ... ; - ., , , , . . . . - II a n I t ) i l I ' T I 1 HI lUill Et.4 u t St ei ai !i oil 1, ei o 'Pi i al lat ter lai ta P O' - inv. t ulK i eg -Id I afiJ 3 v ia it Pa s i i- IT i t i RIVERS OF BLOOD AGAIN MAY DELUGE WATERLOO AS GERMANS GATHER FOR BATTLER reinforce. Hie, German: right. As a con sequence, they must remain on the de fensive, althqugh tlft French are keep ing up their assaults, feeling out the weak place In the line. On the extreme French right, ac cording to the latest Information, the Germans are giving ground before the French at the northern part of the French right where It Joins the centre, but It has been found Impossible to prevent the advance of the Germans along the Meuse In the direction of St. Mlhlel. They have not, however, been able to cross the river. Every time they string their pontoons the French artillery, which commands every point, blows the bridges to pieces. The German line ...

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

Tm77fmfVSr9mm m''m''f ' ' b vasty a ledger-Philadelphia, battjbday, September 26, loij. iiUMBAD&H GIVES PLEDGE OF SERVICE TO VAST CROWDS 'Audience at Altoona Over flows Theatre and Cheers Candidate, Who Again Asserts His Independence. Al'TOONA, Ta., Sept 26 -Doclor Briimbaupli. ltoputillcan candidate for OMcrnor, talked to 1S0O persons In a theatre at Altoona lant nlBht. Hundreds clamored for admission after the doors had. been closed, and Doctor Brumbaugh, Soinloi Penrose, ex-CotiB reftnan Daniel Jalean and J. O. lllcki, and l'rank 13 McClaln, candidate foi Lieu tenant Oovcrnor, addressed an overflow meeting on the street. Senator Penrose did not reach Altoona until tale and did not pirtitrtpntc In the evatlnn tendered Doctor liiumhnuRh by the citizens of Ulalr County, the home tountj of tbe Republican candidate for Governor In the nflemoon Doctor Hiumb.iURh said that for ICO year hit ancestors had tilled the soil of Prnnivlvanla, obeyed tho laws of the State and tried to live ...

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

yb 2 EVENING LEDGEB-PHILAtELPHlA, SATUBPAY, SEPTEMBER S6, 1914. M im irJ ivi II ill in -? " ja. ;p'T ti . I7 ""BRITAIN WILL. FIGHT f1 -TO APPOINTED END, 'V '" fflKONAN DOYLE .;. jTHeti. English Writer De V clares, Will Huge Armies .J.,- . and Fleets Be Nightmares of the Past. ''- By SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE 1 H possible that there .re still some rj of our people who do not. understand the .r, causes of this wai, and are Iftnorant of " the' great stakes at issue uhlch will . 'speedily have so Important a bearing Upon the lives of each and all of them " Jjal me'try lo lav before them both th ' -ue and the possible efforts, and to Implore them noxv, before It Is too lato to make these efforts nnd sacrifices which the nccalnh demand'. The causes of the vvnr ate nnt of moment to us, at this staere. In that we gain more strength In our arms and mom Iron in our soul bx a. knnvxIedRc that It Is for all that Is honorable and ncrcd for Which we fight. It Is a matter of common knowledge that for...

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

er,jp!nY"? j"mf WG- i Jfrt-"iei'T J E.VEKING LEDGliilt-'PmL-APTilLPHriA-, SATTTBDAt,, SEPTEMBER 26, lfli- HEARINGS OF VITAL IMPORT TO BPRODGH AROUSE ITS CITIZENS Collingswood Prepares for Fight to Obtain Municipal Sewage System and Water Works. COIiT.iN'CISUVOOD, N. J., Sept. 2G. Tlirce lio.irlimn of vital Interest to Col lingswood will take place Boon to drclilo licther or not the borough wilt control lta own nffnlrs or be thrown wholly In tlio power of grasping corporations. In preparation for one of these hear limB, u sencral cltlrcns maps-meftliiK will bo hclil in the Rational Hank ball tonight, whin expert engineers will present plain ndopUil for the tight against a sewer rats Increase. The first bearing will be held beforo tbo Public Utility Commission In the Camden Courtboiiso on Wednesday. Citizens here, bended by Borough Council apd the Colllnqswood Civic Association, will op pose the sewerage company's raise In rates and will endeavor to show that the town should bo allowe...

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

0 EVENING- LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1014. m Wt I-Wi IAV ! KffBi, 1IP mm Sglds its Warped cM'rror to a ?apin& dft&e- TIIIiVTKH.VL UAEDKKKH KUIST NtOUT I i li W n i nc I in !i BrMic Matgmel Angiin M n!i mm r nieht CHESTMT -TliKIT uPrllX !!!- Ifltc'n Pnu iln nihn ! lni 1 i ! i I. Krnicl M ivlny HUM ronni ST Mn Mil r Jlm'tinur Stona, In nou ph ntixi ni p , nnd It II HurnnMr, nlth mu-i cnryll WclnrMiv night OAIIR1CK Nonrr Mirrld ft . by Ffljtnr Sdmii, Unrnns in i SfertiliW hlaht XLITH'.S-Mr nnd Mrs. M-rwn or Kl nil I dnnrci M'AkNL'T--' UilnRlne Pp F.iCirr n ul P0m''ly ImnKd nn apirup M-Manu iii'-- Djr ou urn. Mnttiav nisht. CONTINUING. ACADEMY nt .MI sic-- fiihlrln ' mmnj picture drama. M- 1ahfllle D'Annuniln, rf thp thirl century Tt i A truly imiriclnui font 'in tlj reol 11 1 h 1 I'nm'mins u ir rnptlon U'Kl PIM-- ' Tim pv.rt in K.lunxt I K Mnrrliw Ililm 1 nn UMirn .lfri'rnto, n n"R!o tnl vi'r. .. t c jrt vn,ii I a firtrnpntlw b hrr li m .i i 1 1: 1 11 . , nie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

EVEtfltfG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914:. 1 fwJFSENT GERMAN Uli-B 11 I votL8S?HN I , ---S J EXTREME LIN& J jL.w4 fj AaZsW ' I r ANGLO-FRENCH DOUAI0 J f 'w7b&' ' ( J J,.,,-. PARIS TO M&TZ IflOM. fAUL,ESl 1? ' ) I 7 A , X 1 L y r ja 6Mt ( A w ' f kaiser at X re-occupied By te s jWfr St., ca y.ir th FRENCH ( 1 wf yAFo x AfrV L. "w&V 5f" N10NTDIDIER eRH SXBjosB-yA C ,rP IS, V3G)MPIEeQ o gA AXrvof tW Btaftrf J X,' - Jl l3M(5fws MRHcfeT zfefA- iffefiBliN'V Hrij METZW rsR n- n?v n-v s mizvKy I 7 VrencXV:,-l,is " - ii:rAKi fiDAuip 1 4V v ""7L;i .. "'ir fc r s GERHE-VIL.I.BRS b The turning movement of the Allies is meeting with fierce resistance on the part of the Germans on a line running from Tcrgnier to St. Quentin, but the French outposts arc believed to have penetrated farther north and are threatening the German rear, though it has been reinforced by General von Boehn'3 commands. On the extreme right of the French the Germans are attacking Verdun and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

-? V -. 8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914- w EVENING fts LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYItUS II. K. CimTtS, PxntDCST. Oeo. W. Och, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurer! Chart II Lndlngton, r-hillp S. Collins, John B, Wa nning, Directors. , EDtTOniAIj BOARD i Crscs II. K. Ccntli, Chairman. P. It. WHALEV ETgcutlve Editor JOHN C. MARTIN tlenernl Itnalnwa Manager Published dally, eicept Sunday, at Prnt.to I.spoia rtuIMIng, Independence Square. Philadelphia. Lttxntn CiiTaiL. ......... .Broad and Ch'tnut Ptreet, ATLANTIC Cm Pret-tiilon Biilldlne Nrw Tonic 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Cnioioo 817 Home lnnirance BulldlnK London 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall, S. w. NEWS BUREAUS! , ., nmtSRCia Bramo Th Patriot Bu M ne WAiniNOTON BciiriO.... .....The Post Bui Ming NeitTok Bceao Th T "V? PH'ULIJ Brail tnnwt 00 Frlelrlchstra Ixjndon Bcawn 2 Pall Mall East, 8. W. 'Au Homo 32 Rue Louis le Grand stmscnirTioN terms ny carrier. Dailt O.slt, six cento By mall, polpild outside of P...

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

1eJ1- Tf J EVENING LBBOTC-R PHILADELPHIA, SATUBPAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1014. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA j.iiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllll Rff H JJMailllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 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, 1632 Spruce street, for the winter. THE first of a scries of three subscription clnncus will bo given tonight at the Dela ware River Club In Torresdalo. Theso dances will be given under tho care of a spe cial committee composed of Joseph M. Patter Eon, 2d, Walter W. L. Fottcrall and A. B. Mitchell. A number of ladle." will act ns chaperones for tuc dances, among them being Mrs. Walter S. Massey, Mrs. Henry D. Patterson, Mrs. George R, Bower, Mrs. William B. Ghamberlln, Mrs. C. A. L...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

nmgiipWitlHHlWi 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914 lea.S fCllG Fine m i ine. ps one. , ; ( I ! ihea ij pari; trie rov 'ff 81; if 1 in , 4 WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON DTTDM JTUTD ODDG I iinnuM n'lir. Mnnnn I if JIQCDTH QMWHfle i sllM iNftVRTTV PREVAtnT" 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. Tlie knightly chivalry of ancient days Is etlll olive, I think, though people often , say It died long years ago. Some say the suffragettes at home have ended It, with ' their wild raids and strange destructive , schemes. I do not think that Is the case I It et:ll must live. I know the plrlt of if Galahad shone In that Iceman's kindly face. He drove ine to the nearest hoarding houEe and rang the bell. Wo must have looked a curious com- ' blnatlon. he and I. The woman at the door eyed me suspiciously. She Rased at the...

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

K. 'W EVENING fiimifi--Bi-R.PHIIiADBIiPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2-jjMl ia fmr- -rrsffsw ':, q " ywyji t-i Jtvvt'v',' 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER wlk O f MsrldS Series? BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES JIMMYI Jimmy South-brcczc, cniiic here a minute!'' Mrs. South-brcczc called soft ly through the trees till Jimmy heard her 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 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-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 be alone in the garden." "You're not alone," whispered a quiet lit...

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

iiij.mmwliiijU!,, 12 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, aATUftDAY, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1914 initial plans for tho campaign lo be A need by "Billy" Sunday, the bnfebntl evnnpollst. In this city the conilnff uln ter, will be discussed nt a mass meet ing of the ministers of tho city In the Central Y. M. C. A. on Monday nt It o'clock. The Ilev. Oeorgc O, Dowcy, , who was secretary of Mr. Sunday's I campaign In Scranton last year, will be j present and outline the program It Is , hoped to carry out to maUe the meet ings In Philadelphia greater successes than any tho evangelist has ever hold. There has been much discussion of the after-effect of the Sunday visits, j and. following An extensive study of ' Sunday's methods and their Immediate und nftcr-erfects In Scranton, the Rev. I Asa J. Kerry, pastor of the Uethany Temple Pirsbyteilan Church, 53d and Spruce streets, has prepared the follow ing statement of his cbservatlons fo. Kvi nim l.Kunf-n re.idxts: "It was mv prlvlli;e to lslt Scranton durlMj- ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

Frw- 1 ,.x,'- s ilivl'f) BVB2ri& T,Timmtt-PHII,APELPHlA, SAttTODAY, SEPTEMBER . 1BU. 13 I SATURDAY EVENI??GREVIEW OF THEWEEK EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE Q! , w-- . , 5 zt-zz i 1 politics in Pennsylvania IN COMMERCE AND FINANCE Happenings That Throw Light on Present nnd Prospective Busi ness Conditions. Of paramount Importance In the com mercial and financial news of the week are the preliminary steps toward a (100. 000,000 Bld Pl for 'ho re,,e' ot tho foreign exchange ultuatlon, the success ful placlnff of the $100,000,000 loan ot the cty of Now Tork and the decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission to reopen the 6 per cent, freight rato case. These favorable omens In tho business world were further augmented by tho lifting of tho ban on trading In Now York, Boston, Baltimore and Philadel phia, providing that salesmen may be tent out to solicit business for listed nnd unlisted slooks nnd bonds. Following tho sanction of the Federal Heserve Board of tho plan that ,the ...

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

mmmmtommii U TSYEffiyG LEDGEB-PHILADELPHTA, BATTJBDAYi SEPTEMBER 26, 1914: rat . STIRRING GRIDIRON BATTLE SURE WHEN PENN WARRIORS MEET GETTYSBURG TODA JUMPER CRANE lF BE VALUABLE MAN FOR PENN'S SQUAD CINCINNATI REDS CLASH WITH PHILS IN DOUBLE BILL LOOKS LIK&1T MIGHT op. XKRE.SU.ER WITH OtfE. Ot THOSE PORTABLE' VEST FOCKEF MATS II! First Game Begins This Afternoon at 1 :30 o'Clock. Tuesday's Contest Has Been Called Off by Management. Owing to I ho demand for double headers the riillly management I1113 ar ranged wiili Manager Hemic, of the Clnclnnuli Beds, to stage n double en gagement this afternoon lit the Phila delphia bull park. The first game will b called at 1.30 o'clock. There was no postponed same with the Reds, hut the ..ontost which Is on the books Tor Tuosdny was moved up. This 111 give the locals a much-needed rest and an off-daj Tuesday It "ill. however, leave the rabid tan without t, place to while away Ills leisure after noon homa. clt rfca the vjuui5(-' vTv-J )-Jjl...

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

fHftSS -J"- T IJrfj'lJse..- -If's?. -f'S EVENING LaPGEB-PHIIAPEIJPHlA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 181 15 I fLK OF EXCHANGE REdPENINdSTROMER THAN EVER BEFORE Conditions So Much Better That Six Weeks Hence 1 May See General Resump tion of Active Trading. With the pnsslng of another week there lias come a brightening In the financial ikle' which forecasts resumption of normal conditions earlier than has been generally looked for. Tho most Im portant slcfi In this direction, and one uhlch has had a material effect In itrenclhenlnB the situation everywhere. w8 the decision of the New York Stock Exchange Committee tn permit trudlnR In unlisted securities ut moderate con cessions from the closing prices ns of Jul 30, the last day on which the ex changes of the country were open. The" original restriction about not per mltlns sales under those prices was made so as to prevent, as far as pos tible, the liquidation which, It was gen erallJ believed, was to be expected be cause of the war situati...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 September 1914

Rttw-"! p POSTSCRIPT EDITION ENING LEDGE R POSTSCRIPT EDITION VQIj. I-NO. 12 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 19 M. PRICE OtfE oekt PASSING OF ROAGH SHIPYARD ENDS ITS TROUBLED HISTORY eL ft e 11 Y wr tt 1 JheniT ociis riant wnicn Furnished Many Vessels to United States Navy and Merchant Marine. "Going, going, gone" These woids and the bang of the Sheriff's hammer Hounded the death knell today of one of the landmarks that has made the port of Philadelphia Internationally famous. The words marked the passing of the shipbuilding plant established more than 40 years ago by John Koach at Chester It was sold at a Sheriff's sale at 10 'dock this morning. The sale marked the fifth financial re Terse the plant, consisting of 2v acre of land, shlpways, machinery and other qulpment. has had since its inaugura tion In 1ST! But It Is believed that this famous old shipyard will never Again "come back" as It has done previously. FINANCIAL VICISSITUDES. John Koach, founder of the company, open...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

T HUS fWWHlt-J?'7,rw"w iEir 3Z7'.' .' jttbJ NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER NIGHT VOL. L KO. 13 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. PKIOE ONE CENT VILLA MOVES HIS FORCES AS PEACE CONFERENCE PENDS Mobile Army of 30,000 Men, Marching Against Carranza, Occupies Za catecas Meeting May Avert War. JUAUKZ, Sept. 28. Despite the arange ments for n peace meeting between Gen eral Franclaco Villa and commissions of generals from Ills army and tliat of President Carranza, Villa today continued his military operations. Nearly nil of his mobile force of CO.000 men nro now march lug against the troops of Carranza. They have already occupied Zncatecas, In the CLtitral military zone, fronting the Car ranz.t mobilisation point at Aguas Callen tv?. lleports that Vlltlstas have occupied Can Luis Potosl have not been confirmed. A secret movement of troops Into Eonora ai dlscovcied today whou Villa's ocrsunal brigade, commanded by Gciictal ftodiigucz, reached the Sonora b'late line to co-oporato with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

flimff.1 s EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1015. y ra ,14 mi m GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTWERP TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANKING ASSAULTS JEWISH EMPLOYES EXCUSED FROM DDTY OVER YOM KIPPDR foothold cither In St, Qucntln or In the territory Immediately to the north be tween tho armies of General von Kluk and Von Bochm 1ms failed. As It Is Considered essential that the Clerinnn line bo broken there, additional rein forcements are being sent, and tho bat tle continues without Interruption day and night. Sir John Trench, the British Held marshal. commanding the Bluish forces. Is calling upon War Secfulil.-y Kitchener for inrre men If the Allied lino could be reinforced with I ' fresh men at this Juncluio It Is I Knged. The only means of strengthen ing weak points on tho battle line Is by moving troops from some other point of the front. It seems Inevitable one r tho other of the armies must break under the terrific strain. This week, the third of the fighting, surely will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

w!ii ' ;-wm skZscssI VijF i " "iJUMDmll? fSW xtffl i EVENING LBDftlDBPHJfeAPJBtiPHIA, MONDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 28, 1914, 3 RIGHT OF SIX MEN TO SIT IN DELAWARE ASSEMBLY DISPUTED Speaker Holcomb, Secretary lo Senator Saulsbury, Among Those Whose Eligibility Is Challenged. Five Democrats. DOVER, Del., Sept. 2S.-Thc eligibility of six members of the Oeticrnl Assembly, including the Sprnkrr of the House, Chaunccy 1 Holcomb, to lt during the special session called lo net upon a re vised code, and executive, nppolntmenta, was questioned today when the legisla tors assembled at noon. The members who may bo ousted In ad dition to Speaker Holcomb, who Is secre tary to t'nltcd Slates Senator Saulsbury, aie Dr. T. O. I'oopcr, of UMImlnRton. Al beit I.. Swan, Delaware City; Chailes J. Ktoeckcl, of Sussex County, and SSnchnry T Harris, of New Castle County. They are Democrats. Chillies H, JIcDonald, of New Cattle County, Is another. Ha is a llrpuhllcan. CARNIVAL OF SAFETY AGAIN DELIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

EVENING LBDGEB PHILADELPHIA, MONJUt, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. ITALY HOLDS FIRM IN NEUTRAL POLICY; WAITS ON TURKEY Overt Acts by Porte Will Mean Rupture of Triple Alliance as Mobilized Army Joins Allies. IuN r i GENEVA. Sept Hi. Thn possibility that Holy wilt broak Its neutrality policy nnd enter the war on the side of the Allies has been decreased toy tho apparent effect of the Qreek-Itumnnlan-ttulgArlan alliance on Turkey's belligerent Intentions, say dispatches from Home. Dispatches from Vienna and Trieste tell of preparations by Austria to resist an fj(t been sent Into Trentlno to replace the regiments tent to Pctvla at tne Beginning of tho war. Despite tho firm determination of the Kovcrnment to maintain strict neutrality it has been currently believed that any overt act by Turkey would mean a move by Italy, which ha held both Its military tind naval forces mobilized for six weeks. Tho pressure of the antl-neutrallty fac tion on the government has not decreased, although public demon...

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