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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

""A V JfflW YORK GIYfeS ITS PRIMARY ELECTION LAW FIRST TRIAL Party Leaders Estimate That Little More Than 50 Per Cent of Enrolment is Com ing Out. NEW YORK, Sept. 28. New York State Is trying a primary election today for tho first time. Although tho European war doubtless has prevented tho usual pub Iclty thcro U much Interest. Tho party leaders estimate that a llttlo more than 10 per cent, vote of enrolment Is being got out. Tho Btato enrolment In nil parties Is 1,526,081 and 1,611,672 Voted for Governor In 1912. Tho party ohlefs admit frankly tho Is sue Is uncertain In most cases. There aro two Democratic aspirants for tho Guber natorial nomination, three nepubllcana and two Progressive There aro threo tnch In tha ranks of Republican and Democratic would-bo sucoosors of Ellhu Hoot, and ono Progressive. Besides these, tha Stato votes for Lieu tenant Governor, Secretary of State, Con troller, Attorney General, Treasurer, En seer and Surveyor, Court of Appeals nnd Bupromo Court candi...

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. — 28 September 1914

G EVENING TyEDGEB-FHIIiAnEIrHIA, MOBTJlAX SEPTEMBEE 28, 19K. THORNTON J. HAINS, STORY WRITER, GOES TO "BEACH-COMBIM" Gathers Driftwood and Catches Fish Magazines Reject His Work and He Gets Threatening Letters. NEW YOtlK. ."-'opt. IS.-TliOlntou Jenkins Halts, writer of, storlrs of ml Venture that Rave him conslderntilfl cele brity before he was thrown Into tho lime light by the famous trial Tor the phoot Infr of William n. Annie, which sent Ms brother, Captain Peter Ilnliis. V. H. A., to MAYOR DONNELLY OFFICIALLY OPENS INTERSTATE FAIR Peace Program, Horse Rac ing and Vaudeville in Front of Grandstand Will Feature Week. TIIKNTP.W Kept H. The Interstate Knlr, looked forward to b New Jersey. Pennsylvania and New Vorlt because of lt!i .iirrli-uHtlriit. educational, horticultural, cnttlc, nianutacturliiff nntl other Ricat displays, was opened at the Interstate Knlr" (Irotilltlfl today.' Mi sides vaudeville Jnll, but icstiltcd In his t i irtU ttnl n flttrnoilors before the ,-rai,diitnnd d...

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. — 28 September 1914

EVEffiya LEDaER-PHILff&BLPHlA. MOKPAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1013- GERMAN COMMERCE COLLAPSES UNDER PRESSURE OF WAR Dr. Emil Lederer Virtually Admits the Fact, But Points to Good Harvest as Some Consolation. There are, of course, other causes of success, but it can be said with certainty toul . coun""y which Is favored by the Prosper. mentioned Is certain to TARGET OF WARSAW FORT, ZEPPELIN FALLS TO EARTH Aerial Assault Palls When Fierce Fire Pierces Envelope. A 7 i. WARSAW, Sopt. 21 of it?,?"" .? 8hot rtow" " Its crew ffli1 futl,e tl P th. 'ie ZeDDe In ..-., it. .. a. m; ;..rrr' ." ."" ? 1 two be Uroad to xpioaed and the at . m. Saturday, th mTi :? "" "ear the station of w nw,H ."ff-. 5?ir drop7d Two tlUTr- P"vlouly it had :!?. ? bombs near the station of tight. one of damage was BEItMN, Sept. 2. TVhatover be tho outcome of the war, the trade of Germany hna been bo crip pled that It Is now on tho verge of total collapse. Tho 'progress made In manufacturing In recent years was simply amaz...

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. — 28 September 1914

s r EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MOJSAY, SEPTEMBER 2& 19l. EVENING M& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ctnus ir. k. cutms. rnintDtsT. 0. V Ochu, Swrttnry! John t' Martin. TrtMUrfM Charts II. Lirtlngton, I'hlllp 8. Collins. John n. WIN "mnii. Dlrfclnr. EUlTOIttAIj KOAUDl Cf (iBJ It. K. Ccrtik, Chairman. if n. wnAt.nr .JJL111 . 1..1Eemiv e-"!"! 'OHN C. MAP-TlN . genual Hulnm Mannirar I'ubllntied dally, except Sunday, at Pcat.to t.mxisi HulMlne. Independence Square. Philadelphia l.rruia Cr.NiaAt,.,.,, Broad and CheMnut Streets 4TUSTI Titi rrtss-Vnlon Dultdlnc Vaw Tork I"0-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmcino SIT Homi Invirance nulldln London 8 Waterloo riace. Pall Mall. S. w. NKWSUUnEAt'S! JUaaimtilKj HnncAti The Patriot HulMlnic JVAani.vnTOS ncKB The Post nu Id ns Nftv Tome ntJnein The Time Uulldlne ImiitlN Uraein flo Frledrlchtrao J.ONnoN noiiBAD 2 Pall Mall Eaet. 8. W. PiBH Bubejo 32 Hue Louie la Grand st'nscnirnoNTknM. By errler. Diii.t OxLr, six cents. By mall, postpaid futelde of Phi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

wvvwm&fg mrnKTKa Tnf.R-PfllLPI'PHiA, MOKPAY, SEPTBMBEB 28, 101. fr 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA ' iiHTI i iTTTITi WlTMllWTTTlllirMi TUT TIM iW rtiMTM ' ' f ' '. ".. -v' ly .V ' - T " """ "" " ' " ' '"- ' ' ""' inmiwinwjLw f.' v v -t . Ms Mvw nffirYy'Ciiffi"--""-? j?AV.''"Vwrvj'.ViVA-.M?(?Ty Minna Lee, MIm Gertrude Cambridge, rrulfgfnfui parly was grWen In her honor that W' . :rrrr:w-'sj-r'r . v a MRS. GEORGE GORDON MEADE LARGE Mrs. Large, Who is One of the Leading Society 'Women of This City, and Her Family Aro Spending the Early Fall at Their Home in Itydnl. MS. WILLIAM E. GOODMAN has Issued Invitations for u brldRO party, to ho given the nfternoon of October 6, to meet her lister, Mrs. Joseph W. Wear, who Is living In Chestnut Hill this year. Mr. and Mra. Henry Tatnall, accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Tatnall. Jr., and Miss Mildred W. Lee, left on Friday In their private car for Dorset, VL, whore tlioy attended the wedding of Mr. and...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

mSJWA -f f-fi!HWP''1 - VV" . sf s&r- ''xtiyjm?0' ' ,-fm 10 EVENING tEDOEE-PHILADELPHIA, MQ,N15aY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR HAS TRYING ORDEAL IN BIG OFFICE BUILDING ti IP reft IIJ ttSM ifi.MI J I ' 1 i ill li Recovering From Disap pointment in Employment Office, She Makes Futile Effort to Answer Tele phone. xm. T think thnt disappointment makes one feel so old I So munj' sorrows have come suddenly to me t wonder why? I gaze down vistas of long years to come and see Jmt loneliness. Those enrs mny brims dull rcltiatlon In thrlr train, The foot lots prompt lo mtet the morning ilow, The hcrt less hotinillnc nt Bin tlrni new. And hope, once crushed, ls qtilifc to sprlntf again. I want to live, live hard, and think, and learn, and dot I hate the thought of pain and poverty! Since mother died, all the old longings that I thought lon lnco were crushed, all the old, vague desires have come to me n?aln a thou sandfo...

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. — 28 September 1914

am- wr'&fiiy tyjl KW -?$XFl!" "W(CTfW5' EVENING agpafllB . PgAPBHIA. MOKJPAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014- 11 , i i ...... , ., ... e" ' ' 8S JHiHPliliil ill II V WKSmSS : MISS MABEL KITTREDGE'S HOUSE AT SOUTH YARMOUTH, MASS. CHILDREN'S CORNER BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES ONE day in the late fall, three little leaves were talking to gether under a big pine tree. "Wasn't that fun to sail through the air!" exclaimed the oak leaf. "Fun I" cried the maple from a near by tree, "I should say it was. I'd like to do it again." "So would I," echoed the sycamore leaf, which had blown clear up from the creek. "What are you talking about down tl'crc?" asked the green pine leaves; "you all seem to be having a lot of fun I" "Fun I" shouted the maple leaf again In rollicking tones, "indeed, we are!" "What's it all about?" said the pine leaves rather crossly. "Can't you even tell a person what you are talking bout?" "To be sure we will," said the oak leaf slipping on his dignity which had fallen to the grou...

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. — 28 September 1914

Spygy'iyKffyM'a -."'Tr 12 jwqjWeTq.i'qq w'm ""'Vt '.wM!HfJlt.i'y' EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. I ATHLETICS TO ENJOY ROMP WITH BROWNS TODAY MACKMEN SURE OF PENNANT NOW PHILADELPHIANS ARE IN LINE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY Eddie Collins, Alexander and Magee Have Wrought Nobly This Year Phils Play Reds Today. MACK'S ATHLETICS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS FOR SIXTH TIME THATS Met Flag of 1914 Won When Bender Shut-out Browns and Red Sox Lost One Game of Double-header. If 1 rlf E TVhfn the committee appointed for that purpose awards tlio Chalmers" trorlilcs for 1911 the names of t'hlladelphlana are ' apt to stand at the top In both the American and National leagues. The three men who have the chance to be honored by this anminl award are Kddle Collins, of the Athletics, and Grover Alexander and Sherwood Masec, of the Phillies. I Hugh Chalmers, the donor of the auto- mobiles, suggested that the committee , give the prizes not to the man who, In their opinion, was the most tlnlshed...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

mhmhhhhvhhibhhmhkt i . . . m, - - JMt-.--A'.--jmA.JAMa'h...jm-.isstfsmaemmmmrmr-vrirni''i m EVENING LfiPftl-PHILADLPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1914. ryxmKtrwW'grr9 !!' IS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS MARKET SITUATION BETTER AS EIGHTH WAR WEEK BEGINS 1 More Confidence Every where and Talk of Early Exchange Reopening Is Evidence of Improved Conditions. Tlilp Is tlio eighth week of hostilities In Europo and Is nlao the eighth week since there developed tho financial depression Incident to the closing of the world's Block Exchanges because of tho war. Jinny things have happened nt home nnd abroad In tho meantime. There Is no In dication that any cessation of hostilities Is near, hut thero nro many evidences that thero Is nt hand a readjustment of tho financial situation which shull lead shortly to a moro normal resumption or general business. At no tlmo during tho eight long weeks tho suspension has been under way has tho outlook been so bright aB...

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. — 28 September 1914

MYSTERY SHROUDS METHODS OF MEN VKnsimisiiHinMmHIl mm nlGHT II EXTRA ll VOL. I NO. 13 lif IS '? ill ' ft. :l.;i,iiiwyi'.iiwiiwiMii.i iuiwimii..i MMHMHHM WHSHWmK0m' TTTl 7T71TVTT HiVJLiNl tf& LEDGER M PniLADBLPIILV, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911, S PRICE ONE CENT DOMINION REFUGEES HERE WITH WAR TALES IN LAND GRAB DEAL Visits to Property Owners in Vicinity of 21st and Race Streets and Vague Of fers to Buy Assume New Significance in Light of Municipal Court Project. Proposed Purchase of the Magdalen Home Admitted by Those in the Secret to Be Only the "Entering Wedge" in $2,000,000 Building Fund. Mysterious oall b m.vsterious men on propei ty ow ners in tho vicinity of -1st and Race streets, the site for the pro posed .'.OOO.uOO "marble hall ' grab of the Municipal Court, have taken a new meaning to those mho entertained the men since the plans of McXlchol-l'en-rose forces have been tevcaled. For months before It was even whis pered that the Detention House at :2d arid Arch streets, bui...

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. — 28 September 1914

y - R,' "JWcnf- SPORTS FINAL EVENING m& t v - - - !- LEDGERS VOL. I NX). 13" PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 10 M. PRICE OXK CENT rv, mSm I ffiP if?V7V FIGHTERS WHO MEET AT OLYMPIA TONIGHT. The appearance of "Kid"" Williams, the world's champion, in this city, is always a sure sign that the spectators will enjoy a whirlwind affair. BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLAJNCE H. NATIONAL LEAGUE R. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 4 Phillies 0 001 2000 0? Batteries Oeschger and Burns; Benton and Gonzales. Umpires Klem and Emslic. 8 13 Chicago 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Boston 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 X Batteries Humphries and Archer) James and Gowdy. Umpires Byron and O'Connor. St. Louis 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 c Brooklyn 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 x 7 Batteries Sallcc and Snyder; Ailchison and McCarty. Umpires Quigley and Eason. FIRST GAME Pittsburgh 0 0000100 12 New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 x 5 Batteries McQuillcn and Schanci Dcmaree arc Meyers. Umpires Hart and Rigler. 1 1 ? 2 5 4 1.2 3 FURIOUS CLASHES ON WHOLE LINE AS END APPROAC...

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. — 28 September 1914

- , H., 4uf r, f j-Kt ,- ' - ' 2 EVENING LEDaER-PHILADBLPHIAjMOJfAY, SEPffMBBB 23, 1914;. m, GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTERF"TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANKING ASSAULTS through tho llne9. Wounded officers who have como back from thcro declare '.the fighting Is like, tho pendulum of a clock, first one side having tho advan tage and then the other. Every effort of the Allies to grain n , foothold cither In St. Qucntln or In tho territory Immediately to the north be tweon the armies of General von Kluk and Von Boehm has failed. As It Is considered essential that the German line be broken there, additional rein forcements are bclnp sent, and the bat tle continues without Interruption day and night. Sir John French, the British Hold marshal, commanding: the Urltlsh forces, Is calling upon War Secretary Kitchener for more men. If the Allied line could bo reinforced with 1X,000 fresh men at this Juncture It is be lieved that tho battle would see Its conclusion within 4S hours. That tho Kaiser pe...

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. — 28 September 1914

- Mf ' It, 't V "lyW"'- TS-VmVsd' I,B:PaBB-PHIlk3?EIiPHIA-, .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i- -i i -- lf"'' I". " "" ' ' """rv"". iii.-,. . ..--- " ' " 28, 19l g DEFEAT OF PEKROSE URGED AS AN ISSOE - ! ABOVE PARTY LINES Popular Government League Says $1,000,000 Has Been Raised to Send Him ' and Sullivan to Senate. WASHINGTON, Sept. 2S.-Defeat of Boles Penrose, described, as '"Republican1 machine boss of Pennsylvania," and -of jlogcr ' Sulllvnn, "Democratic machlno boss 6t Illinois," both of whom seek fflts In the United States Senate, Is urged In a statement Issued last night by the National Popular Government League, tho president of which Is Sena tor Robert l. Owen, of Oklahoma, chair man of the Banking and Currency Com mute, and an Administration leader ln the Senato. The two men are designated In tho Btato tnent as "a menace to popular govern ment, State and national." The league's' manifesto, based 'Upon representations mado to It by dependable eltliens, declares: t "That tho success of bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

giflsfj "JWHipwwy fnfiraw ) imnwf yiwp ; j Hi ipipummim 3P? BvErifG T.wnn-wTt-fTTt'raLPABfrHix. mobIt, bbptembeb as, no -n "TRIO OF AVIATORS . IN MID-AIR BATTLE WITH HAIL OF SHOTS 33 German Airman on Recon noitre Near Lille, Narrow ly Escapes English Biplane and French Bleriot. nOTTCnDAM, Sept 23. A Dutchman who lias Jul returned from UU.fla-ninppele given a thrilling StarJ et an cxcltlmt threeeornorcl duct In mld-nlr fought n. few days n?o by the occupants of three airships German, KnCllsh and Trench. The story was re lnted to him by the German officer, who narrowly escaped death after an experi ence which he does not desire repeated. "Sonic day ago." this officer said, "1 nas Instructed to do some Important re connoltrrlnr I" the northern district of Trance, especially near Lille and Mau beuse. 1 left BelRiutn In my Taube bi plane with a mechanic. "While 1 was flytnpr Into Trance I sud- denly heard the noise of nn aeroplane, which I scon recognized as a British military ISrtstol b...

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. — 28 September 1914

rrTr7fyrmjrifpriVMItlH0&4 0 tiTENlHG liEPGilB-PHILRlStiPglA', MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, J9i4, 1000 TRAIL HITTERS FROM SCRAKTON WILL , AID SUNDAY'S WORK Ministerial Union Hears Plans to Carry on the Cam paign Here-7-Slap at Sena tor Penrose. An Indirect thrust at Senator Penrose was inado today at a meeting of the Min isterial Union, held at the Central Branch of tho Young Mon'a Christian Associa tion, Arch street above lirond, Tha meeting, attended by several hundred clergymen of alt denominations, was called primarily to Indorse tho "Billy" Sunday campaign, Tho proceedings had been .Under way but ft short tlmo when tho Rev. Dr. II. C. Voolston ptcsented a report of tho Exccu tlme Committee, which urged all to unlto for tho causo of temperances In the coming1 campaign. Tho roport recommended that committee bo appointed of two mem bers of each church to enlist voters to upport tho union's anti-saloon platform. The Dlatform urges tho people not to Support any candidate who will not co...

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. — 28 September 1914

AvJ"nHb trXftCiVtr'' ' - gVByiy.IiEPaBH-PHIirAPBEPfllA, HOTOY, SEPTEMBER. 28, 1914. JEWISH EMPLOYES EXCUSED FROM DOTY OVER YOM KIPPUR i I JfiO Policemen and Helpers in Department of Public it q,u y:ii r n.. Kiaiiy vr in vuscivc i-yay of Atonement. More than 150 Jewish policemen and other Jewish employes In the Depirt ment of Public Safety will be excued from duty tomorrow at sundown until Wednesday evening, th.1t being Yom Kit) jbur, the most eIcrmi day In the Jewish calendar Diiector Porter will Issue a notice to this effect In all the station houses throughout the elt some tlnii to day Other Jewish employes In the de partmnnt will receive similar notices The Director will also Issue orders tj the lieutenants In all the Jewish dis tricts to permit the Jewish storekepe- to ke p their stuns open ttu next two Dunaavs i,mii eleven cmck lr th- m rn Ini; n.-tpnc tt nine, the regular t losing time on .Sundays This, In Vew ef the ' fact that the Jtwifh huuscwltc must i prepare on thwo Buda...

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. — 28 September 1914

1j.-i1 tir 1 h tmg, uwimwiMi IWIWI I I I l I. H W fcM WftMilini 1 1 ' 7 J . . . ?tv,i i. n -- ' - i i imf r - - - n-.,.,. 1 M -- " - - - . '"'-T- Ki RIGHT OF SIX MEN TO SIT IN DELAWARE ASSEMBLY DISPUTED Speaker Holcomb, Secretary to Senator Saulsbury, , Among Those Whose ; Eligibility Is Challenged. Five Democrats. STORIES OF ADVENTURE FROM EUROPEAN WAR ZONE DOVEIt, Del., Sept. 2S. The ctlRlblllty f six members of Iho General Assembly, Including tho Speaker of the House, Chauncoy P. Holcomb, to sit during the special session called to act upon a ro Tlscd codo and executive appointments, was 4Uestloncd today when tho legisla tors assembled at noon. The members who may bo ousted In ad dition to Speaker Holcomb, who Is secre tary to United States Senator Saulsbury, re Dr. T. O. Cooper, of Wilmington, Al bert I. Swan, Delaware City; Charles J. Stoeckel, of Sussex County, and Znchary T. Harris, of New Castlo County. They are Democrats. Charles II, McDonald, of Kow Castlo County, Is anoth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

naft 47WMVrr"i.I j ! ' k 1 "ww -?( jN? Ht Hj1-'Hpp g $r EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONftAY, SEPTEMBER 28 1914'. EVENING &&j LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTIIUH II. K. CUIITIS. Pj-MiPtHT. OfO. tV. Ochii. Rfcretury! John 0 Martin, TrMmiifM , I'hillp 8. coiiini", jonn u. n Chrlt H J.iMlnifion i'ihib uirrcior. KDlTOMAt, nOAttDt Ctnns It. IC. cdrtiRi Chairman. 1. n. WJIALKT. . Executive E-lltnr jOHM C. MAttTlN. Fubl lulled . . .One ml llunlncm Mnrr dally. Meent Rllndnv. nt I'mt.tO t.MXlM HulldlnR, Independence. Pnitnrc. rhllnilMphln. X.ijf. Pf.xTt. .,..,,,, , .Brood rind Chestnut Street ATttTI" !itt... ,,..., rt'-Vlon RulMInc Hr.xr Yonnc... .....170-A. Metropolitan Tower CmcAno.. sir tlnme lnxtrnnce tlulUtln London.,,. 8 Waterloo Mace, fall Mall. 8. W. STAVSltL'ttRAfS: HmtMnim. tlnniuu The TafHaf nutld n WAtrixnToff nrnto The Pout nulldln Jftw Yon Ilcnit.tu The rimes nutldlnit Pf(l.t.v IlcrtEAC no Frle.1rlchtra London IIubkao ., 2 rll Mall Kurt. S. W. Pin Behead.. 02 Iluo Louis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

EVENG MPGBBPHXIiAiyiSggjAi MONDAY, SBPTBllggft 28; .1014. . , f v f , W r SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MRS. GEORGE GORDON MEADE LARGE Mm. Large, Who is One of the Leading Society Women of This City, and Her Family Aro Spending uie nany ran at mcir Home in ilydal. Mr.it. William E. GOODMAN lias IsBued Invitations for a bridge party, to bo sliren the afternoon of October 6, to mcot her lister, Mrs. Joseph V. Wear, who Ib living In Chestnut II11I this year. Mr and Mrs. Henry Tatnall, accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tatnall, Jr., and Mlsa Mildred W. Lc, left on Friday In their prlvato car for Dortct, VI., -where they attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. tlckert, Jr., which took place there on Saturday. -Mrs i:ckcrt was Miss Agnes Musscr, of this city. AmonK the season's debutantes will bo Miss Helena S. Iloblnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander P. Robinson. Miss Hoblnson and her patent are ut pit-sent in Huropc. They M sail fur hom...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

-FrMr svmwKtnvy---i-- mfWi "ST "-t-i rjtpa'iys-5? 'fl "T v i"v fG " V - " -4- i- 10 ETEyiyg LEPaBR PHILADELPHIA mDAy SEPTEMffEB 28, 1014. ?im J 111 A m mmm WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRCJ ELLEN ADAIR HAS TRYING ORDEAL IN . BIG OFFICE BUILDING Recovering From Disap pointment in Employment Office, Effort phone. She Makes to Answer Futile Tele- XIII. T think that disappointment makes one fro! so old! So many sorrows have come suddenly to me I wonder why? I gaze down vistas of Ions years to come nnd ee Just loneliness. Thoe ye.irs mny liMtiir rlllll WHlfftintlntl In thitlr train. ' The foot Iff prompt io meet the mornlnt ilcw, The heart le" bounding at emotion new. And hope, ome crushed, less quick to prln,t ntaln. I unnt to live, live hard, and think, lid lenrn, and do! 1 hate the thought of pain and nuvoiU! Since mother died, all the old longings that I thoUKht Ion? ilnce were crushed, nil the old, vague desires liuv- come to me asaln a thou sandfol...

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