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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

W i ., i, i f - i - ' jN SOpIETY WtiNIffG LEDBHILATOLPHIA MONDAY, BEPflEMBEB 14, I9t - r Y ' - ' ' ' i i ii, S , ,i , i. ii. ,. ' ," ' '"' I , i ( . i i, , ,. I, i i , i ... , , , ... , . . ..'m.ivnti WOODS. Malcolm T) Lloyd and 1.1 olotcr, Mle Esther Uoyd, ifo Uft town In the eary jprlng to travel th ouh Europe, were In St. J'eterabur nt tho time the war broke out. They manned ta cro. to Christiana, and then ncro88 the North gca to Edinburgh, from where they pushed on to London, and sailed last week on the Car- "ur "cimrlcs V. Hart was to havo been on9 the party, hut. fortunately for him, wan obllffcd to Blvo up the trip, which Instead of being a three months' plcosuro affair, proved an extremely dangerous and anxious ex perience. , A number of Phlladolphlnns attended tho xveddlns ofMlM Sarah S. Morgan, daughter of Julius Morgan nnd a nleco of tho lato J. Tier ponl Morgan, nnd Henry Gardiner, of Boston, which took place Saturday In Trinity Church, Princeton. The ceremony was follow...

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. — 14 September 1914

rnimiwmm 8 j" a EVENING LEDGEB-PHILABEEPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, lOlA. vqayr EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID? AND MATRON cm": 1 : 1 , , - - V 1 : X TT. : ' John John C. Philip S. fCH ECONOMY rjurlSE, AS HUSBAND ;';iDWS PROSPEROUS lift Atl hrifty Wife Could Not Adapt Herself to Altered Conditions and Differ ences tended in Div Court. orce wni, that he really preferred his own wife- to these but she had futlcdMm In that great essehtlat, comptoto comrade ship. The result of her too economical spirit was the breaking up of the home, the tragedy of divorce. Adaptability to altered circumstances would have surely averted this. HAIR "SNIPPERS" ACTIVE AT SUNDAY'S MEETINGS That Of Prom time Immemorial, the economical wlfa has been held up as the true Ideal of womanly goodness and virtue, and. In company with the good lady of Proverbs, who rose so early and worked so unneces sarily hard, has been eternally and with a most tiresome persistence cited as the real model. But...

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. — 14 September 1914

n. 1 is EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, kSEPTEMBEI 14, lOiai W GIRLS, CUT OFF BY 'WAR IN FRANCE, REACH HOME SAFELY Isolated in Breton Village, They Are Held Eighteen Days, Then Make Their Way to Paris. t h strnmlecl In a seaport town eight hours from Paris, and cut off from com munication with tno ouwiae wu.. eighteen days during the mobilization of tho French army, was tlio experience of two Philadelphia girls, Miss Hortenso Levy, UU North Fifteenth street, and Miss Helen Abrahams, 3119 Diamond street, who returned to this city yesterday after , oerles of exciting experiences within the war zone. They were at a small senport town named St. Jean du Dolgt, In Hrlt- "We were no worse off than tho rest of the women of Europo and a great deal more fortmmto than tho majority," said Miss Levy yesterday In speaking of her xperlenco3. "Everywhere tho men havo deserted the villages and the women are taking over their labors. "On August 1 I was attracted to tho window of my room by tho p...

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. — 14 September 1914

8 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER T3, T0T3. I ZDINALS BACK IN RUNNING-CHANCE SITUATION DISCUSSED-LOCALjELEVENS BUSY PUDl CYP. John Orlbl .Tohn C. Mel rninn B. P, JOHN as-mu. ur.raf! MitiiyJ A XJUiJ JJXiVlVlllU IN FORESIGHT I.fty Air o .while Chance Resigned, He Really Was Forced Out by Owners' Refusal to Make Him Supreme. Long Term of Years Is Necessary to Build Up Club Which Can Com pete for Highest Honors. foel ttho aayit 'm "Moul if m s r BASEBALL CONDENSED AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Result., Delroll, it Chlenen, 3. Whittle HnMon . Detroit 'Vnshln'n Cletrlnnri, ti St TxiiiU, 0. Club Standing. w t, r.c. w. i.v.c. i8fl l .flin ChloflKO AS (19 4T7 77 !2 .107 Pt t.miU . fin 72 .450 70 in "an w York do s .4M 07 01 .nasriovelund 1,1 BO .820 The story of Trunk Chance's rpslKim tlon from the Now York Amorlonn League club Is one ns undent ns the lmtlonal eamo Itself. It hus oor been the policy of the majority of club owners to adopt a shifting method of developing a team, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

-'r , ' 75 ''WW' EVENING LEDaBB-PHlLAl5ELPHIAt MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1014. rillMMMlll - c . "S""i pfspwsm PHILLIES ANDjGIANTS ON WARPATH HERE. WHILE ATHLETICS SEEK SCALP OF YANK? v,i 1 PHILLIES WILL BATTLE GIANTS AT TOP SPEED Trouble With New York Last Year Inspires Men of Dooin to Trounce Visitors Soundly. Increased Interest Hero in Con tests Caused by Braves' Groat Fight for Flag in National Longuo. It Is hardly fair to either the man ners or tho players of tho clubs In tho National League to nssumo that Mc Graw's statement, In which ho remarked that everybody wbb against him, la true. Nevertheless, It Is a fact that tho Phil lies have a two-fold purpose in defeat ing the Giants, nnd If thoso efforts are In vnln In tho games staged at Broad nnd Huntingdon streets today and to morrow, no follower of tho Boston Braves will have a cnanco to assort that tho local legion did not give tho enemy ATRETICS ARE PREPARED FOR FINAL SPRINT . t Men in Good Shape to Put Yankee Team on Run and to...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

'""Jpwr V . n,r, - -Vy. 'J'v.vtnffmFT'''"'"l EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 191. . - j MILL RESUMES EVEN W I Months' Partial Opera- rUB - Plant Goes on Full Tlme CTiO'Can., Sept. 14.-The Dominion .tohnh'V:0rMlt 'Pnny ha resumed full work- rhiiin s. ccJt Ing time In lla ten mills. For clpht months the "000 employes had been work ins; on an average of TO per cent of lu.l time. It la announced In CIicro that the Commonwealth-Edison Company has laid off more than SOO employes In various departments. m m iftfl .toi "21ZT i ill I I John h I II 11 1 I iii Mini ? I HARPER &. TURNER INVESTMENT SECURITIES 1001-1012 STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING PHILADELPHIA I jl FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BRIGHTENS AS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED m T tho' ! wmat i WFU-8 ' reg fc, . dav'jjfe- mm HP8-1 . v.. Mou hail '.J ur n p . Local Committee Begins Sessions to Arrange Offi cial Prices for First Authorized Business Since Exchange Closed. Opportunities for Business Gains come to those who have cap ital. S...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

'IflFrf 4. jrwwfppwww --wi'jpipiwrw-appaipp HBAIi B9TATB GRNEtlAli EVENING LEDQtiR-PfllLAP&OPHlA, MONDAY, SEPEMBM xi, 191. "jfnRAIi I39TATIB onNnnVi. teAI K8TATn I r-- W&t Jflorrte 13th Street Below Spruce Philadelphia An Apartment House With Hotel Service FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED Suites arranged according to your requirements from two rooms and bath to seven rooms and three baths. Conveniently located within walking distance to the shopping, theatre and business centres, yet sufficiently separated from the busi ness districts to have the characteristic privacy of, a residence. J. H. HAWKINS, Manager. WILLIAM F. DEAKYNE REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGE BONDS OF THE BETTER CLASS ANNOUNCES REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO BELLEVUE-STRATFORD SUITE A FIRST FLOOR WALNUT ST. AND BELLEVUE COURT PHILADELPHIA Jfatrfax apartment? Mafnilfieent In Its appointments ileal in lis location, nc pri'sent tin lalrlnx to a most illncrln lnatln" cIim or pro-'ieuHc occupants, nho apprr tlate ejcluslveness In ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

wwritgypifWwHi "- rram"" fyw&iem wwiwi4iw,-nv'TWMC "urn' n fffrw'ir'' 0 i,KT- EVENtt, pub;, John Grlbtyr John C. Md' rhlllp 8. CoJ) EVENING t 17 f r" ? u p JOHN IfOL. I NO. 1 PITtLADELPniA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER, 14, 1914. PRICE ONE GENT t.Krx tr r .$ f AYLOR INSISTS ON $500,000 FOR 'TRANSIT WORK Director Points Out That Unless Councils Act Promptly a Year's Delay Will Be Inevitable. trie M' r.' i urci PLUS ' - -j- tyer -j iav IM'oi shoj Director Taylor, of the Department of City Transit, today urged upon Council the vital necessity of censing obRttuetioti to the growth or Philadelphia. He utgod Councils to Include In tho proposed Jtl, 710,000 loan an Item of JMo.OO. o that an Immediate start can be made In recon structing sowers In the central down town district, preliminary to thi uttuut construction of the subway and elrvaifd lines. If CollllClls refuse' to llictlldr tlm IjI'IihHI appropriation tor rapid tiHiislt. Hunlor Taylor pointed out that the tiumot pt fl it mm worked out bv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

if vimtnm vfeMfe f & - rp - -- mm"f i T y'jfrF " postscript TTfk 7 EDITION 1 JU ' NING IliJLIvJJLXv POSTSCRIPT EDITION vol. i-no. 2 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. PUICE ONE CENT REVOLT GROWING IN VARES' DISTRICT AGAINST PENROSE Opposition to Selfish Leader ship Takes Definite rorm Among Foreign Residents of the Downtown Wards. lUTolt against Penrosclsm and Varclsm J now spreading In the heart of the V&r district downtown. There nro signs of b. general uprising ngalnst tho Or iranUatlon leaders. It Is contended by many of the downtown voters that they have been used solely to nld the Varcs n their personal political ambitions, nnd the leaders of the nntl-Vnre crusade do clare that thero will bo no change In conditions unless thero Is a change In political leadership Opposition to the Vares and Penro-je Is specially manlfcit among Itallnn voters, who say they were Insulted because of their nationality by tho downtown Or ganization leaders duilng the strlko of the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

K " rMtf !4nipy Hliniw Till yf. i wv WVWSM m f r EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, GERMAN TROOPS QUIT BRUSSELS TO JOIN BATTLE Belgian's Force Invaders to Evacuate Many Cities. Kaiser's Army Suffered Great Losses During Retreat. ANTWmm Sept. been evacuated by IS. the Brussels has German troops. Alost lias nlso been Treed of tlte Kaiser's forces and from various other cities nnd towns held by the Germans coma reports of the rapid withdrawal of the Invading forces, who are rushing to Join the main German army, who have been pushed back to a line extending north of Louvaln to Mallnes. Tho 20,000 troops which occupied Alost, bout 20 miles oast of Brussels, joined the great fores which ovi.pled tho Belgian capital, under tho command of General Von Der Goltz, and the combined army has taken up n position In the vicinity cf Louvaln, The energetic advance of tho Belgian troops will. In nil probability allow thttn to reoccupy Brussels In a day or so. The evacuation of Brussels and all of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1913. 3 MENT'OF MAN! RACES" HURRY INTO THE WAR ZONE TO MEET DJEATH OR FAME 5TEPN DUTY TAKE'S THE MEN WHO MAN THESE BELGAN GUNS TO CPUSH TiE GERMAN NUADEP ivacftisooo se lwoepwooo PHOTO. UMDCt?OOO&liYD:flvOO0 AUSTPA'S HOPES AND FEAPS PEPOSE N HM ARCHDUKE FPEDEPO? CONMAVDEP MCffErOFWElffry 1- " I pforo. &v HfpffP 7V- SHADOW OE THS DPG3LE WTH HEP DEATH &EALNG BOMS 3, LES OVEP PTAJNCET PtfOTO UMDCWOOO & tWOSfWOOP ENTPENCHED BEHVD A" BPEAST WOPKS OF MEDALS. GPZZLED VETEPANS GUAPD PETPQGPAD WHLE YOUN6EP BLOOD BAT TIE J i ,'; . 1 IBS 'i 11$ . m w.fiii STPANGEPJ A A STPANGE LAND TO EGHT rop THEY KNOW VOT WMAT prtoro as C M: i'lll m i aa ' Hi w ;5; 9 WTff4T;o4'At iSJ 3KVICa- 'HE SOY SCOUT N WE &ACKGPOUND just begns to pealze WHAT WAP MEAVS WHEW HE SEES THS WOUNDED BPTStfER STEPN V SAG CD VET SPAN 5 OP Tf BPTSH orJu mZvJ'"'' L".AVNG OSTEW0 TO MEET THE EOE! 3 f :'

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

'bM a EVENING L'EDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. jW : rKi rholograph by Underwood & Underwood, S8fc I j m ' ' - BELGIAN SUBJECTS, REJOICING OVER THE NEWS OF THEIR OWN ARMY'S VALIANT FIGHT AGAINST THE GERMANS, WELCOMED THE BRITISH ROYAL MARINES ARRIVING AT OSTEND WITH SHOUTS OF JOY urn PROVISIONS SCARE EVEN IN THE WAKE OF VICTORIOUS ARMY Thrifty Peasants Sell Food to the Wounded Who Have Money, but Serve Penniless Without Pav. f1m. I By G. H. PERRIS Qinrepohlem u t lun hjxn Special ''"Wo IJiapnth THIERRY "ept H (lH.laedl. We first real'zed jestejita !'i the lit tle town if Brie, which lien rant of Paris, between the Seine and the Marno. how difficult It Is to get food in the rear of two successive invasions, as in every town In that region all the shops aero shut and ' nearly all the houses. It was only alter j a long search thiit we found an inn that j could give ua a luncheon There In a large room with a low-beamed roof and tiltd floor our stout landlady In blue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

EVBMy-0''iy0itipHILJAI)tELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEM6EB 15, 191i!. ATTORNEY, A GREEK, SAYS U. S. SHOULD PROTEST TO TURKEY Friend of Consul Tsakonas Here Declares Abroga tion of Treaties, Concerns Safety of Americans. f ? Soterlos Nicholson, of Washington, t. C ft Greek attorney and student of In ternational law who Is vlsltlnir In t'lilla delpliln, today told how tho abrogation ct the treaties by Turkey was of vital concern to tho tfnlted States since by that action the safety of every foreign resident In that count! y wan threatened, Including thousnlidn of missionaries and other Americans who iunl their per manent homo there, Jfr. Nicholson wns ,il the oftlce of Aristotle Tsakonas, tho G:eek Consul heic. He Is a peisonnl friend of Consul Tiakoiias, and on his way to Now York topped off line to visit tho ofllcJnl. "I do not think," ho said, "that the ilgnlflcance of tho capitulations made years ago by Turkey and now nbrogatcd i generally appreciated. Under them foreign residents In Turk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

hoaaVKfltft. iSu;.ft:y " KSW H ff G EVENING LEPeER-mLAflEIifffllA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1914. ,f ? TV '...t J r'?T . .t ,'. ' i W SW.I w - .".'.Vr- ,, -.-,., ' ' t ? iu'-H" j .'- The Future of Advertising The Nineteenth, and Last, in a Series of Talks on Advertising 25 1 A J 1 "2 J - ' "1 Mr 1 -v .1" ' V 1- 1 vt& l ' . . ''' Ml . S .' It would be interesting and easy, but entirely futile, to make sweeping predictions about the future of advertising. Men hardly have the temerity to speculate upon the future of the law of gravity, or of the fourth dimension. The law upon which advertising rests is, no less than these, immutable, and its effect, for good or bad, is largely dependent upon the degree to which men understand it and the uses to which they turn their knowledge of it K f 1 i n i tf w Mi i 1 ,3EEE future of advertising is in separably interwoven with the whole future of commerce and industry. Any prophecy would have to take into account the probable development of our w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

Fi- SB mmfHKwmmmm,w Vrr, WHY ENGLAND MAY FEAR NEAR RAID OF GIANT ZEPPELINS British General Shows That Air Invasion of London is Possible Sees No Good ' Means of Defense. The peril of London from a possible bombardment by Zoppellna la the subject of tha leading nrtlclo that appears In the Ju'y lssuo ot Tlie JoUrnal ot the Ilojal United Service Institution of Great Britain, the organization of the oiriccrs tt the British army and navy. In the article a genftral omccr points out tho dangers that may hover over London In a time of war, dancers that he frankly admits are serious In extent and which might be difficult to oppose In the vent ef an airship Invasion of England. In a wireless aiepatcn irom nernn it rtf nwcrted that Germany was consider ing Invadlntr England with a fleet of new Zeppelins. iThus tho article In The Journal tt tho Hojal United Bervlco Institution la of timely Interest It begins with a recital of tho havoo that might be Wrought on navy yards, arsenals, oil reservoi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

BSsaBSSBIJBIJBBJBIJBIJHBIJHi wafcaasaStEsSa mk-ski 'w- WTV-WltfW.y-SWitM 3 tm&miF3. EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, Idh EVENING &&& LEDGER PUULIG LKDlVEU COMPANY CTIIUB It. K Ct'ItTIB, rxr!Dr."T. John Orlbfcel. Vice President i Geo Vf Ochs.Becretaryt John C. Martin, Treasurer: Churle II. trtidlngton, Philip 9. Collins, John It. William, Directors. CDtTORIAb BOAKD! CtRcs II. K Crime, Chairman. P. . WltAIJir Executive Editor JOHNO. MA11TIN .Otneral BualniManBr Published dally at PrBiic t.rtxirn TlullJlnc;, Independence. Square, Philadelphia. Lkcois CBNTiub llroAil and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Cm... rrese-t'nfon nulldln New TonK............... .UO-A. Metropolitan Toner CiltOACo... U7 Home Insurance Biitldlw? LONDON 8 Waterloo Place, l'nll Mall, S V. news uurba urn HAMtianriMi Hcheic The raHol nulldlns Waihiioton DfnRAU. The Post llulldin Nit Tonic nwiCAU.... .....The rimei llulldlng BRRtt.v itrpEAO 00 FrloJrlchstra;e London Hchcic 2 Poll Mall Eaot, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

mm F7!-.sii-'-'iisiryT'0BSfRft s -ocrs. KPIWr?'BWRr5,v V EVENING IiEDaER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1914. 0 v H ' SOCIAL LIE IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS N CLASSIC DANCER A BRIDE TODAY Miss Gemma A. D'Auria, well known in the younger set in West Philadelphia, who will become the bride of Dr. Percy H. Houston, of Austin, Tex., tonight. f ENGAGEMENT of Interest to this city md New York, which has boon nn i. Xiounocd In Now York, la that or Mlso Edith Stuart Otto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Otto, of Valley Rose Farm, Scarsdnlo, to Norman Carlllc Relchcrt, son of Dr. Edward Tyson Relchcrt, who Is a membor of the faculty of the medical department of tho University of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Scott, Jr., aro sending the autumn as tho quests 0f Mr. and Mrs. "William West Frazler. Jr., at their country place In Jenklntown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bcolt will not open tholr town houso at 111 Bnuth JJd street, until late In Novembor. Mrs. Francis P. Sibley has reurnod to her...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

fM&mafrfr Mi-fnilttF s'--r)B(j((f7 10 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, TTTESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, lOl m lv- fl If 1 I S oj r f WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAIff AND MATRON MILITANT MAID'S "VALOR" REWARDED BY DEATH AS SUICIDE Strange Story of Laura Gray's Career Revealed in Letter Accompanying Pre sentation of Medal. A. really gifted and brilliant young woman, whose life might well have been diverted Into the highest ohannels, has under tho saddest of all circumstances gone over to Join the great majority. Hor suicide by nn overdose of a drug to which she becamo addicted after Joining the militant suffrage forces, took place In a Hat in Jermyn street, London, last June. Joan Lavender Outhrle, or, as she called horself, "Laura ClHy," frequently led the militant suffragettes on wild expeditions. Until hor 21st birthday, a couple of years ago, she lived with her widowed mother under the most comfortable cir cumstances In Kensington. Highly edu cated and of brilliant...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

i(gjfrfrKii'rt4i",rin iijajcqiWe-' ' V""5 EVENING IJEDCMK-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914 &Sm&$& n ? T v '.tfHHI Ih Ji 5 'SL. ?R HlH9 IHheaV? a jffijj ifcfflri" C Jfaa JfMrirfft TTtji HfHf rthlfc nTV'tt.i'ffe UL"fc )4a it rfafr aafr il - - .. j k '. 'jjpu- -nv jvu jvjiiuiLVLiAfAAvFJi.iwiiwjuwn'jpnrKi ja6jK 4ts4pffr94v4Af wt)0sfA Kv e,We?eeeiCt)s)aafl4eX4ft0it6iie5'ftt a ?f s 'rW-V 'tHF Tyvjyyr-- 5 , St Yiftj7l'3erV?i&J'!pt9f l'hnm Paul Thomnson. RUSSIAN INFANTRY, THEIR FACES SUDDENLY TURNED GRAVE AND SERIOUS BY WAR'S STERN REALITY, REVIEWED BY THE CZAR AT PETROGRAD (ST. PETERSBURG), BEFORE LEAVING FOR GALICIAN BATTLEFIELDS MELANCHOLY DAYS ARE COME, SADDEST FOR CITY BEGGARS Hard Times for Mendicant Army, Due to the Police. .Jimmy Conners in Correc tion, "Slats" Despondent, "Shoestring Mary" Gone. jffflw "vr.- ? : '" , V .'' ,'':.'. V- ':' ' ' I Hard times have bofalten the beggar and the profession. Is not what It used to be. Men who once "made" $5 to J8 , d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

!, JO- tmnmmmim mlins t fmFtswr' rw'&yW I 12 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. T33T3r5M gSrTJff"fyi:' I PHILLIES ENTERTAIN GIANTS AGAIN TODAY-DR. KRAENNZLEIN TO i REMAIN HERE PHILLIES OWE MUCH TO DOOIN FOR HIS WORK Attburn-haired Leader Has Wrought Well Despit Re Verses and Should Not Be Allowed to Go to Braves. MACKMEN ARE DIVIDED IN THEIR SERIES SYMPATHIES AiMo from the nil-Important (mention as to Which club will -win the Nationat Xieagiw pennant, the main Idea In tho noinda of fnndom In to favor Charley Dooln. Flighty rumor has It, but from tthaX Authority no one can leam, that SJoola Is playing and managing his lost ooaion at Broad and Huntingdon streets. if that Is so It will be sad news. Xooln has never won a pennant for the PhtlUoa, but he Is a good lender, and with the material which he had this season, no on could have done better. The fact that hla club was shot to smithereens by .thn Federal League Is alone responsible for Doc In's club droppin...

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