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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

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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

Wf$wfcirftv -tfr- "WtWWBWUglH"' 12 EVENING LlSDflEB PHILADELPHIA', MfeSTDAY, SEPTEMBER 'rc: -rr- : 28, ID1. MACKMEN SURE OF PENNANT NOW-PHILADELPHIA PLAYERS MAY GET AUTOMOBILES PHILADELPHIA ARE IN LINE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY Eddie Collins, Alexander and Magee Have Wrought Nobly This Year Phils Play Reds Today. When the committee appointed for tliat purpofp awards tlte (.'halmera' trophies for 1911 the names of Phlladelphlans are npt to stand at tho top In both the American and Kttlnnul tinmiei. Th ' three men who have the eh tnoe to b. honored by this nnntinl nwni-it nre tf ldl Colli n. or the .thlUi'. md O-over Alexander and Sherwood Mngcc, of thi 1'hlllles. Hush Cliilmpr. the donor of the auto mobiles, Himifcsted that the committee give the pilzes not to the man who. In I their opinion, was the most finished per former In r.ath league, but to the player i who had been most vnli'Hble to his team j This suggestion has been and will be ' folio, veil this .vear. Xo matter what delal! are...

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. — 28 September 1914

ftap tufUf.- vvmrfmfH'ft)SlltfmV'V FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL S , " EVENING MDgERPHILmELPHIA, MONDAY, flBPJBMB 28, 1,01. )F 13 iTUATiorr- HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS MARKET SITUATION BETTER AS EIGHTH WAR WEEK BEGINS More Confidence Every where and Talk of Early Exchange Reopening Is Evidence of Conditions. Improved Kail liouscclcnnlng- la In order in the banking and brokerage houses of tho big flnnnclnt centres. Long-distance telo rliono wires, wMoh were ordered out Just after the stock exchanges closed) so as to cut down expenses, are. being replaced; itenographcrs arc busy sharpening pon ella and bond salesmen who havo been on protracted vacations are being called In. For thero has come a general brightening of the situation which fore easts an early resumption of trading. This Is tho eighth week of hostilities In Europe and la also tho eighth wek slnco thero developed the financial depression Incident to tho closing of tho world's Btook Exchanges Decauso or tno war. Many things ...

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

rg1 EVENING SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. 13 l ' PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, S3BPTEMDJKU 28, 11)14, PRICE ONE CENT MYSTERY SHROUDS METHODS OF MEN IN LAND GRAB DEAL i DOMINION REFUGEES HERE WITH WAR TALES 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 Bui.ding Fund. Mysterious ca" by mjFterlous men on ! It by those who want to build a new one nrnnortv owners In tilt lcilllty Of itst and Race streets, the site for the pro posed J2.000.000 "maible hall" grab of the Municipal Court, have taken a new meaning to those who entertained the men since the plan'" of McNIchot-Pen-rose forces have been revealed. For months before it was even whls- "On court days," she said, "the halls are crowded so that It Is almost Im possible to pas, And the Judge has only one small room fo hi.urelf. If pe...

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

EVENING LEDGER VOL. I NO. 13 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT DEFEAT OF PENROSE URGED AS AN ISSUE ABOVE PARTY LINES Popular Government League Says$ 1,000,000 Has Been Raised to Send Him and Sullivan to Senate. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. Defeat o! Boles renroso, described as-"Republican tnachlno boss of I'ennsylvnnlti," and of Roger Sullivan, "Democratic machine boss of Illinois," both of whom seek gfats In the United States Senato, Is urged in a statement Issued lnut 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 In tho Senate. The two men arc designated In tho state ment as "a menace to popular govern ment, Stato and national." The league's manifesto, based upon representations made to It by dependable citizens, declares: "That the success of both Penrose and Sullivan at the primaries was promoted by defective machlne-mado...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

. A Mi M;' m b sMiSl HW r," !. it .h 1 I W ! h j. v . if1 2 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MOJffTJAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914:. GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTWERP TO CRUSH RETGTAN FLANKING ASSAULTS history la being carried on by veterans, who nro hungry and emaciated. Most of them aro feeling the effect, in one way or another, from two weeks of fierce fighting, coming on the top of a 200-mile march. Tho strain of being tinder fire constantly, with the mighty guns of German's heaviest ordnance rlnlng in their cars, has completely changed tho naturo of the men. They nro hardened to blood and carnage and tho danger of death, which Is nt- ways at hand In an Inconsiderate trifle. GERMANS HOLD POINT WEST OF MEUSE, BERLIN STATES BERLIN', Sept. 28. "While still maintaining the position that there have been no really decisive changes at any part of tho l!!"-mlle battle line, tho report of the German Gencml Staff today Is a trifle moro op timistic than anything Issued since the battle of the Alsno b...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

2S59 EVENING LEDGER pk'IJLADBLPHfA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. 1 ' " ' -ag- ., , ' ' - - 3 LORRAINE WOUNDED , HELPLESS FOR DAYS ON Plffip OF BATTLE No Rtd Cross Service, and Unburied Bodies Strew Border Dying Foes Reconciled. DIJON, Kept. 2S (Dispatch to ttio London tt.tlly Chronicle). Although Bfcot Intel est Is concentrated tipon the northwest eldo of tho lino of hnttlo In Frnncr.lt must not bo forgotten that the cast side Is ill go of high Impor tance. Now for the tit st time since the begin nlntf of tho war thcio will bo n, llttlo res pite on tho Lorraine frontier, and In tho wooded country of the two lost piovlnccs thcio will be time to bury tho dead which encumber Its fields. Words are utteily Inadequate to describe tho horrors of the region to tho eust of the Mcurtlic, In unci around tho llttlo towns of Ulamont, 13a donvlllcr, Clrcy-les-Forges, Arracourt, Cliutrnu-Sallns, MorhuuKo and Uaudre court, where for six weeks there has been Incessant lighting. After the heavy bat tle...

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA4, MONDA' , SEPTEMBEB 28, ID1-I. HA 4 H an IS SI Mik in psh ; iA fojtf M'. : 'if i t MS la .7 11 . . !"- . ri 4 HEMPEL'S "GOLDEN NOTES" REPLENISH GERMAN WAR CHEST CHILDREN'S CORNER Metropolitan Prima Donna Contributes Services at Opera Benefits for Wound ed and Sells Decorations to Aid Cause. NEW YORK Sept. :i-Krleria Horn pel, coloratura soprano of the Metro politan Opern Company, who tins breti ncclntlned ns the successor of Murcellx Sembtlcli. has written the follow Inn let ter to in-r Aiixulruti manticer: "Klnallv I found some one who Is kin. cnnuirt to take tills letter nlolis to Ainri Icn Well. I am safe ninl well tak-'. care of. and I am linppy about our ttiea' Victories. 'i I'ontrlhuled all My nelglnn ileinr.i tlons and medals to the Hrd Cross to In eol'l I feed some children and t Miinir clsars to our soldier'. 1 was fortutmt to be able to help some widows and crphana. I give all my spare time to the opera, and I am now sinking -it eer benefit per...

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

j-f f- ra ir EVENING LEDGEE-PHlt)ELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914, o HEW YORK GIVES ITS PRIMARY ELECTION LAW FIRST TRIAL Party Leaders Estimate That Little More Than 50 Per Cent of Enrolment is Com ing Out. NinV YOUK, Sept. SS-N'rvv Yolk Slnte Is trying a primary election today for tlio first time. Although the European war doubtless lias pi evented this usual pul' Iclty there Is much Interest. The party leaders estimate, that a llttlo morp than BO per cont. votn of enrolment Is belnt got out. Tho Stulo enrolment In all liartlttl Is 1.32C.0SI ami 1,G11,G7- voted for Governor In 1012. Tho party chiefs admit frankly tho Is sue Is uncertain In most cutes. There aro iwo Democratic npli until for the Guber natorial nomination, three Republicans nnrt two Progressive. Thcio nio threo each In the rnnks of Republican ami Democratic, would-be succfaors of Mlhu Hoot, nnd one Progressive. Besides these, the State votes for Lieu tenant Governor, Secretary of State, Con troller, Attorney Genera...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

0 KA'KNTNG LEHGEE-PHILADELPHIA", MONDAY; SEPflEMBEB 28, 10,12. INDUSTRY FAIRLY PROSPEROUS LAST YEAR IN NEW JERSEY State Bureau of Statistics Re ports Increase of Product and Number of Wage Earners. Oomtnlttrp MilK-cl. however Hint the for in'p head of the onrnorntlon had I'ron iitrrl from nny conncetloti with the liualnrTfl. Klv- (lustres hiivr l)ffii llnmnl to holil nil t hf slock In the Mercantile Stor"i i iVimmiv iimi tmme Its tllirctors until nil ili-tit" liave Iippii imkl. TIipj nre .' un"8 S Alpmnpr nn1 John W. T. Vli Imls nml Henry lltvvi Now YorU, . Knir"t Itmnlil I'M iru. "nil Philip' ."iiiHKtoii. Hooton. NEW FEDERATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS IS FORMED HERE FINANCIAL BRIEFS m Statistics of niPiiufRctureii of thp Stntp Ilurcau of ltidiisti lul Statistics of New Jersey show that the yenr IBIS Wn fairly prosperous oiip for the 3WW per eohs whoso Incomes, whether In the form of wages or salaries, are drawn from the products of lhiltitrls. The Increase In the number of etn,b tlshme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

2KE3 .ymeW0WfFf4 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. 7 GERMAN COMMERCE COLLAPSES UNDER PRESSURE OF WAR Dr. Emil Lederer Virtually Admits the Fact, But Points to Good Harvest as Some Consolation. StfOIUES OF ADVENTURE FROM EUROPEAN WAR ZONE (RGET OF WARSAW FORT, ZEPPELIN FALLS TO EARTH Aerial Assault Fails When Fierce Flro Pierces Envelope. , WARSAW. Sept 28 ' "PPelln was shot down and Its crew " German otttcers and air acouts was Vi,p!Jira aftcr a '"te attack upon the llln fortress m? ''PPellii appeared over this city " V "J- Saturday Pretousl It had td two bombs near the station of rullrpad to Kallsfz Only on of '" xploded and tbo i - e ji BEItLIN, Sept. 28. Whatever bo the outcome of the war, the trade of Germany hns been so crip pled that It it now on the verse of total collapse. The progress made In manufacturing In recent carn km simply amazing. At the outbreak of the war dei many linil probably overtaken Great Britain, so far as foreign trade was con cerne...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. ff ! . 1 Inl't 0?! i; i ;i :M . EVENING d$Mz LEDGER l'UHLIG LEDGKU COMPANY CYRUS H K Ct'UTIS. Prmidikt. Geo. W. Oehii. Secretary: John C Martin. Truinureri ChRrlea II. Ludlngton, Philip S. Colllnn. John U. Wll llm. Dlrrctnrn i:niTontAL hoard i Ctncs It. K. Ccrth, Chairman p.h wiiAi.nr nx"uti" editor JOHN C MARTIN .Oenernl 1UilnMnrliejMr Published dally, except Munil.iv, nt IM in 10 t-uniEB nullillnr Independence Snraii1 I'MlmMplim LtixiER Centra!.... Broad nnd Chestnut Btryrts'' ATUNTi- Cut Prr.M-t'itlon Hulldln New York , 170-A Metropolitan Toner CittCAno 917 Horn Insurance lluililln London 8 Waterloo Mac. Tall Mall. S. Vt XKtt'S llUtlKAt'S; nntmrs(j T)rnrD The ralrM HiilM n JVariiiit)i tlinr.vu The Por Ttulldlnir New York rtriutto The Times Ilulldtns HrRftN liraEp no rrledrlrhtrneo Lokdov IIcrpao 2 Poll Mall Kant. S V. 1'iMs lii'KEAD 32 Hue Louis la Grand SniSCntl'TlOS TEltMS Brearrler. Dm.r Onl, lx cent' Dymatl. otpiM mit...

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

wr'mf&fw-w&'ymW&fi',i' '" EVENING T.ii!rri.-Ri-it PfiTDAPJElIiPfllA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Among the eloil Will b MlasT&lUUyn cott houM Pft ntrat, whfch km decorated with soprano, and Frank Connelly, barltone.i'rewuroses, rn ana nppia Dioasomg. Thoae par feasor Thunder, conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, wilt be the pianist, The Haydn Club, of Oak Lane, Is planning an unusual winter of study, for which a special meeting will bo called on Monday afternoon at the club's studio, fn the Clreble 'building, at 1708 Chostnut street, and the program will be ar ranged for tho mid-winter concert. The officers for the season are: Mrs. Alfred Gray, president; Mrs. George V, Vollmer, vice president: Miss Alborta Harris, secretary; Miss Craig, librarian, and Mrs. )Vlltlam T. WyckoCt, treasurer. Mrs. Gertrude Haydn Fernley wilt bo the director, ns formerly. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mts. Philip C. Adams, of 255 South Thirty eighth street, ga...

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. — 28 September 1914

10 'fr ft YEN I NO LEDGEft-PniEADEiLPfrTA', KONDAySBPTEMBBB 28, 1014. f piatf m 4 '3 1JM Si?!' ' W" ,m tfi IBM mm mi WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR HAS TRYING ORDEAL IN BIG OFFICE BUILDING Recovering From Disap pointment in Employment Office, She Makes Futile to Answer Effort ph Tele one. XI it. I think tii.it (ligai'pnintmrnt mattes arm f i i-i 'i old ' So mitny .mtrrows have comu KinMenh to me I Wonder Why? I grnte down vIstuH of Inns Pin's to come ntnl tor Jt lomllncps. Thoce years may liin dull rrnlKitntlnti In their train, ilip f 1 1 lo i ri'n pi t" nim.t the M'rnlnif d Hi An, I 1 lit ll -K 1 iin. lin il imitlnn new. ruluil, tc iilih to vii Aft r mt place I w Uked for Ollltr 111 .IB'1 Mark -t stud I it I t.i live, liVo lint it and thin ntxl 1. inn. n'lil do' I hale the thought of prim i ml pnvcttv! Since mother died, nil the old lnnginu thnl t thnintht Ioijh fclnci wire ctuhed, all the old, Vamto di m s haw- come to me .tKiiln a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

mtrrmiJi ''- rfsMi ji-mmmiA' - " kjmuamw k ' TVfljr-- EVENING- T.mTtaimi PHtfcpBIiPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914, 11 ATHLETICS TO ENJOY ROMP WITH TvriimTWSWKCI'n A "V- MACKMEN SURE OF PENNANT NOW PHILADELPHIA ARE IN LINE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY Eddie Collins, Alexander and Magee Have Wrought Nobly This Year Phils Play Reds Today. AVlifn tlio committee nppolnteil for that purpose nwnrils tlio Chalmers' trophies for 1911 the names ot I'lillndclphiatts are apt to stand at tlio top In both the American and National Lookups. The three men who have the chance to be honored by this annual award are Kdillc Collins, of the Athletics, and Clinvcr Alexander and Sherwood .Magee, of the rhlllleg. Hugh Chalmers, the donor of the auto mobiles, suggested that tlio committee give tho prizes not to the man who, In their opinion, was tho most finished per former In each league, but to tho player tvho had been most valuable to his team 1'lils suggestion has been and will bo followed this year. No matter ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

1 mm." ii'iwwNW jBcwwinw 1 1 mm m mpTi0mvi H " " EVENING LEDGER VOL. I JTO. 1JJ PHILADELPHIA, MOXJ)Ar, SEPTEMBEK 28, 11)1:4. PRICE ONE CENT n M r tt y !i Pi: :e". WJk ' ? i'i'. P I HR I1L.UM .? m ?:MI ! M GERMAN WARSHIPS TO LOOK ELSEW.HERE FOR THEIR SUPPLIES Exposure of Distination of Steamships Fram and Sommerstand Cancels Sail ings Captains Tell Their Suspicions. STEFANNSON DAIRY TELLS OF HARDSHIPS AND PERILS IN ARCTIC German warships In South American and West Indian waters which have been coaled and provisioned by vessel out of this port will have to seek othr eourcos for supplies. The dictograph exposuro of tho destinations of the Nor wegian steamships Flam ami Sominei ntad, now at anchor In the Delnwuf -River, has disclosed the system which made the violation of neutrality possi ble. Owners, agents and others are now rushing to cover. The expose was due to the efforts of Christian Moo. Norwegian Consul at this port, and Ralph M. Bullow.i, a Ntw York attorney. It was In Mr. Bul...

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

KHIHBHH4HHHaMaHBBHMHnniHmaMOTMMmi HHMHH9BfSlHHKSiyAHiiiiifl&MlHHBjB2i mtftiM&imiufbitiEfe&&&&'L isiMUlhfeV " iiilttMiiaMMMiflmflMMttiliflifllpBlfiHIMflHSEnifM 9raf t ( Bpr ' 'H .A lk JiIHk .. ft - S ,i 1 1, i o aiin fWUk. r& mfm-i '1 SPORTS EXTRA Ju V Jlilil EDGER SPORTS VOL. I NO. ltf PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. PKICE ONE CENT BJ nj Ho its M 0., Irl' h ill h B -tl "J It, at. VILLA MOVES HIS ' FORCES AS PEACE CONFERENCE PENDS ) - r Mobile Army of 30,000 l Men, Marching Against Carranza, Occupies Za ) catecas Meeting May Avert War. - ) JUAIIEZ, Sept. 28. Despite the- arange jncnts for a pcaco meeting botwccn den ral Francisco Villa and commissions of ' generals from Ills army . nnd that of President Carranza, Vina touay continueu Ills military operations. Nearly all of his mobile force of 50,000 men nro now march Inc asalnst tho troops of Carranza. They SJiave already occupied ZncatccaB, In tho contral military zone, fronting tho Car ranza mo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

' EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, j&TODAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1914. , u fl m GERMANS TRAIN HEAVY GUNS ON ANTWERP TO CRUSH BELGIAN FLANKING ASSAULTS1! through tho lines. Wounded ofllcora wli6 have cotno back from there declare tho fighting Is like tho pendulum of a clock, first ono side having tho advan tage and then the other. Every effort of the Allies to gain a foothold either In St. Quentln or In tho territory Immediately to tho north be tween tho armies of Ocncral von Kluk and Von Uoehtn has failed. As It Is considered essential that the German line bo broken there, additional rein forcements are being sent; and tho bat tle continues without Interruption day and night. Sir John French, the British field marshal, commanding tho British forces, Is calling upon War Secretary Kitchener for more men. If the Allied lino could be reinforced with 100.000 fiesh men nt this Juncture It is be lieved that tho battle would see Its conclusion within 48 hours. That the Kaiser personally Is direct i...

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

- jsa EVENING LBDOBB-PHri.AiEyBHTA.M0HDAy. SEPTEMBER 28, 191ft. o PEAT OF PENROSE URGED AS AN ISSUE ABOVE PARTY LINES Popular Government League Says $l,O0O,OUU Has been Raised to Send Him and Sullivan to Senate. , ... . BtttMrtTON. Sent. 28. Defeat o r..s renrose, described as "Republican machine boss or i'cnnsy.vniu, ..u wi jlogcr smiivnn. t....-v- ... .- fcoS Of Illinois. UOin 01 tviiuin r.v ... i n,n United States Senate, Is nt-jred In a statement Issued last night L tho National Popular Government league, tlio president of which Is Sena- tor Itobort U owen. 01 uiimiiuum, ...m.. . 11, nnnklnir and Currency Com- Lttc, and an Administration lcador In (he Senate. ... .... mnn nrn designated In tho stato- Lent a " menaco to popular govern ment, Stato and national. ... i.ii manifesto, based upon wnrescntallons made to It by dependable I ..,-.,. ,ilarcs: 1 Clll"l-,,"' "That tho success of both Penroso and EulUvan at the primaries was promoted L defective machlno-mado primary laws Inhlc...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 September 1914

'' ! A is,r TRIO OF AVIATORS IN MID-AIR BATTLE WITH HAIL OF SHOTS EVENING ,LED6lR-P,Hli;Al)torJi,"HTA1Kft ,- ?A?, SBPfofri'lIlB '28, 10W. German Airman on Recon noitre Near Lille, Narrow ly Escapes English Biplane and French Bleriot. nOTTKriDAM, Sept. 23 A Dutchman who hns hint returned from Alvlo-rimppclc Elves a thrlillnB story of nn pvcUIiik three-cornered iliiel In mlil-nlr fought u few la.s nxo hy the crcupnnti of three nlrahlps German Knnllsh ami Trench The story wns re lntpd to him by the German otneer, who narrowly escaped death after nn experi ence which he doc not dcHlro repeated. "Some dayi ago," thi ofllcer said, "I nas Instructed tJ do some Important re connoltTlnf In the northern district of Tranco, rspoclntly near Lille and Mau beuue. 1 If ft ltelsluin In my Taube bi plane with a mechanic. "While I was flylne Into Prance I sud denly heatd thu noIe- of an aeroplane which I son lecoRnlzcd as a" Ilrltlsh military lirlstol biplane, which had come to fight ui Our first tac...

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