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

--iitmpfmWv!vmm'' EVENING LEDGER flHlL'APELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1014. 11 'mm jf ; . tmMKx k Wa Jjsz&xxto 5ft1 JsiMMmWtm ;wlf 1 " ," iJHH tel HE, ' I . - $;- JEWISTMPLOYES EXCUSED FROM DUTY OYER YOM KIPPUR 150 Policemen and Helpers In Department of Public Safety Will Observe Day of Atonement. MISS MABEL KITTKEUGE'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 aid" exclaimed the oak leaf. "Funl" cried the maple from a near by tree, "I should ay 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 arc you talking about down there?" asked the green pine leaves; "you all seem to be having a lot of funl" "Fun!" shouted the maple leaf again in rollicking tones, "indeed, we arc!" "What's it all about?" said the pine leaves rather crossly. "Can't you even tel...

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

t?t ,( ,E-'"WV- $F i EVENING LEDGER-PHIUDELPHtA', MON-fT SEPTEMBER 28, 1914'. : ATHLETICS TO ENJOY ROMP WITH BROWNS TODAY MACKMEN SURE OF PENNANT NOW PHILADELPHIA ' ARE IN LINE FOR CHALMERS TROPHY 4 If Hi is:- Eddie Collins, Alexander and Magee Have Wrought Nobly This Year Phils Play Reds Today. "When the committee appointed for that purpose awards tlio Chalmers' trophies for 1914 the names of I'hlladclphians are apt to stand nt the top in both the American nnd National Leagues. The three men who havo the chance to be honored by this annual award are Eddie Collins, of the Athletics, and Grover Alexander and Sherwood Magee, of the Phillies. Hugh Chalmers, the donor of the auto mobiles, suggested that the committee lv the prizes not to the man who, In their opinion, was the most tlnlshed per former In each league, but to the player J vho had been most Valuable to his team. This suggestion has been and will be followed this year. " No matter what details are to be con cldered, It is di...

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

rM''v-'' WW) W&Ftv'tWWfaW9 t EVENING LEDGER-PHILAbvEII!HlA MONDAY, SEPTEMBEB 28 1914. 1.1 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS i MARKET SITUATION BETTER AS EIGHTH WAR WEEK BEGINS More Confidence Every where and Talk of Early Exchange Reopening Is Evidence of Improved Conditions. This is tlio clKlith week of hostilities In Europe and la nlso tho eighth week since there developed tho flnnnclnl depression Incident to the closing of tho world'u fitnr.lt r.xdiancos becnuso of tho wnr. Jinny thliiKB have happened nt home and t 'l.ltowlso r,p"lve 8 Per cent' '" eash nnd abroad in tho meantime. There la no In dication thai any cessation of hostilities Is near, hut there nro many evidences that thero is at hand a readjustment of tho financial situation which shall lead shortly to a more normal resumption or general business. At no time during the eight long weeks tho suspension has been under way has tho outlook been so bright as it Is today. There Is ever...

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

--- T " Wt1HWUimJM-',H ' F " - postscript I T?"TriXTTXTr EDITION 1 Hi V JLll J1IVJ LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I aSTO. 13 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19H. PRICE ONE CENT MYSTERY SHROUDS METHODS OF MEN IN LAND GRAB DEAL 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 Building Fund. N Mysterious calls by mvstcrlnus men on property owners In the vicinity of .Hit and Race streets the site for fie pro- ' Dosed $:,0OO,0OO "marble hall" S"tb of JJJifhe Municipal Court, have taken a new racmeanlng to those who entertained the ticmen since the plans of McNlchol-1'en- "roso forces have been revealed. Jho Far months befoie It was even whis to pered that the Detention House at fid crnd Arch streets, built only sK years ago, thowas t...

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. — 29 September 1914

SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER SPORTS En Jfk 1 ll fm VOL. INO. 14 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT REPORTS VILLA DEAD BY ASSASSIN'S HAND ' IN MEXICAN CAMP M (His Secretary, Fierro, Who Was Charged With Kill- ing Benton, Named as Murderer. Carranza Holds on at National Palaco Despite Message De manding His Surrondor to Calderon. ' Eli PASO, Tex., Sept. 29. Reports caching horo today from Mexico persist In saying that General Frnnclsco Villa has been assassinated by his secretary, j-orro. tilttlo credence Is placed In tho rumors (jpcauso tho mcssoBO from Chihuahua last night quoted Villa on tho present Mexican situation. Fierro was court-martialed and then released on tho chargo of having killed Benton, tho ranchman In Juarez, sev eral months ago. MEXICO CITY, Sept. 13. Despite the demands of General Villa and Villa's generals, that Provisional President Venustlano Carranza resign, the Indica tions today were that General Carranza would remain In tho National Pal...

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. — 29 September 1914

WW?-""? -wvKinrtjfft Ty- "-wr'jl"!' yH'' ''ft"' V T ,i' ?55?wi -v By'A- -a ' ' 2 EVENING LEPGflR HILAPELPHMTTTJESPAY BEPTEMBEB 29, 1914. ' ' ' 1,1 i . i . i . al whom pass through Paris on Iholr way to detention camps In the southwest. German soldiers are suffering fright fully from the Insanitary conditions In their trendies and from the lack of substantial food. GAINS ON MEUSE, RIGHT IS FIRM, BERLIN DECLARES BEflLIN, Sept. 29. The War Office, In Its ofllclal state ment today, declared the operations In France had settled down to a general artillery duel, Interspersed with fre quent assaults at the vital points along the line. The report say3: Whllo the fighting Is general, It , Is not apparent at any lino of tho battlo that the contact has entered Into deciding stages. The German right has been subjected to severe pressure, but every attempt to penetrate It has been repelled with great loss to the enemy. On tho centre there has been no decided change for nearly a week, whllo on th...

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. — 29 September 1914

Kfji..!,;, -, , -J tr ' BALLOONISTS SOW I SEEDS OF SUFFRAGE FROM THE HEAVENS pour Prominent Aeronauts Scatter Votes for Women Literature During Trial Trip of "Greater Philadel phia. Armed with sdVrngo bnnncrs and literature and echoing cheers for Phila delphia, tho Woman Suffrage causo and Mayor Blankonburg, four prominent ionauts ascended In tho balloon Great Philadelphia" from the U. O. I. recreation grounds shortly after 9 o'clock this morning to sow the seeds of "votes for women" enthusiasm among the farm en nnd other citizens bf tho State. tviiiin suffraire literature will be drop ped all along the route, the trip Is also made as ft "try-out" for the "areater Philadelphia" which was christened by Mayor Blahkcnburg Just before tho de parture It Is tho balloon's maiden lllght, and Hr. Thomas E. Eldrldge. tho 'pilot, declared ho wished to devoto tho first trip to a good cause. Tho balloon has Just been obtained by tho Philadelphia Aeronautical Society, of which Doctor Eldrldgo Is ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

a EVEfflfrG LEPgER PHILADBti3?niA,v..-,rojjSD1ALY SEPT-WEEK 20, 1914 l Bl PI. A. UJ H ! I'M o in I A Ttou "lOS! Bendlj prlee prlvni up t, card on It ..Tt bio head wai cat ..Tl, Bothl- part Kren battl "In fords my f rndetl unsu KUtl. "In derln alsu forcej they KunnH a ca phra equly to a aentc. them Crin "V trlct undo Xurth! Toad altho! they (try point I a: thlrs "A for Five mem after They at R was flrst- "Tl and tered aee, I wa tatl Lo "Bei that iroln I am eurro colon "Thj the w F. A the on th Ger; them tO 3 while few hand "Tl adva Some on bi, aurpri towel onetfl 200 ti In th "T! ting and ears hut t woun conttr "I tlon wi All th except to uo 'S 13: prl fatiira. ana I aid of th re tun even fruit t; wltho to He lie Ks. DOMj Stent Gen Kve Line with began cureo-j nere EurnJ are li skins, I.OIl cargo one l"i "ieptl nin3 of til name Is on TOll Mich nd ArW JfirJ mi MB JameV !: n Alters Ztta T John llurle V. alt llirencM Hern Mlllr-Jf Eva VW Churl! Hit h llf At-rnli. Welti bcriitl Stvi Jarne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

rxjfia -. - f 'rrTfi, 'FZ vnp :wrmfflr'wiFy1' ' -k: EVENING LEDGEa-PHItiAPELPteAi TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914, THREE POLITICAL , PARTIES IN JERSEY CONVENE IN TRENTON Democrats Indorse Wilson Administration Republi cans Predict Victory Pro gressives in a Clash. TRENTON, Sept. 29. With three blsr political conventions on In this city to day there Is scarcely a ripple to dis tinguish convention day from any other, 10 quietly arb the meetings conducted and so row aro tho delegates here. Tho new style of convention, which was urged through tho legislature when Woodrow TVllson was Governor of New Jersey, Is In sharp contrast to tho old-time shout ing, gesticulating, trading, band-playing political meetings, Tho direct primaries have dono away with convention nom inations In tho State, and now tho chief purposo of tho getting together of tho delegates Is tho framing of a platform eultablo for nil tho candidates of each party in tho campaign. In each con vention tho Assembly and Senate nomi...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

ktmwr . wv i 'Wjjpw.1 .'lf'-.'fl(-rtr- f EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, ii j i n ii ' -- , ESDAY, SBPTEM3EB 29, 10 lit. Bl P An o DIRECTOR COOKE SEES WAY OPEN FOR UNITY IN PUBLIC SERVICE TRENTON STATE FAIR IN FULL SWING and' aid. nf the TetUTJM even fruit .. .r. withoA to lie I tie Ka m DOM SteanK Gen Kve Line with began cargoA litre H Europj iMe L kins. l.Olii cargo one If "leptl mens of t'l name Is on TOW Mich. nJ Ai ucui tl'l Mil Jaine wen Albcr EtU T, John Marie Walt FlTcnq lltrn, M'Mred Alph, CharlH Rich Atrattu Watt Gee rice an I i Jamea ' KutH John M05 John K K"nt( iw ni' ton) John Ho at ABUtt lis Juhtl Xath.tr! nan TJlwi . Albe JUUY ,ion iri treat. OUclai Ul Ant ui Believes Coming Conference of Mayors Will Be Effec tive Means for Devising Regulation of Utilities. Dlrestor Cooke, of the Department of Public Works, pointed out today that co operation of .American cities Is essential in the effort to regulate public service corporations. He referred to the conference of Mars to b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

T 'ifiiiga Ifcin hi 11 -ML2 u VWiTr-r.w Jl IS"T'!"TlP'BrW' "PT a '"" IRON CHANCELLOR CALLED GLADSTONE . POOR STATESMAN ' "-' 'ill '" pBismarck Thought English ( man Ha J Too Great Facil- ity in Speech Man of Deep Emotions. ' TV. B. Itlchmond reports In the North American IIcvIqw for September conver sations lie had with Prince Bismarck nt yrledrlchsruh, 1&SMS90. Speaking of Mr. Gladstone, Ulsniarctt said: "Your Prlmo Minister Is poisoned by the venom of his oratory; If Ms facility of diction and his command of words were more restrained he would not bo so great an orator, but more rcllablo statesman. If God Bparcs him, Mr. Gladstone will ruin England." This was said In conjunction with somo remarks upon Homo Itulo for Ireland. "No government could afford to grant It now; It Is too late. It would wreck n Tory or Radical ministry to do so, es pecially now when Imperialism has been to doftly established In the public minds of Englishmen by Disraeli," speaking of whom Bismarck said:...

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. — 29 September 1914

WY hf- 8 f EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHlA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914.. m P At. EVENING Ma LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ' crnus it k cunns. piDtNT. Clttt.Vf Orh. Secretary! .tohn r Maitln, Treasurer: Charle H. l.udlngton, l'hlllp S. Collins, John B. Wll Ham, Director. . 1 ft I A 8 ;V TtoucS 7 ' 'loat t aendlf '1 Quenf M-1 "w, I K prise V ll prlvaf R 1 up if t , t card i lI-'i bl6 Jl M 1 1 head) ft ' 1 van 9 jtp ' f ' seat SI & J I BothE iT ' I Frenf ! $" 1 11 baUIiff ft : 1 fords fjf ffl my fit Ji radesf j unsude f I sun. B ft 1 dcrlnjl ' also rl? W force P. 1 they l iff KUnn.f ll Si phra!i w 1 t0 a ' 1 i$ sentcf f . f M themft , t drink! ni 1 "Wf r? I tr,Ctl t ft- undoil :'c w furthHfi lK E' road 1 1 R E "hog $ I they I 3 M point fS' r anll 3 1 thlrstl At r"A4 n a f?r 'I ,, W glvenj , t- m memtf ' j after M Theyfe I' m, at Rcffl was rjj j flrst-cl yjj and, n ' jfl teredl C & see. m "Bel ; flj that W j ffl going! f 8 'Iami! " Bl surrov 4 j col oral eg ll the w5 . 'hi j the gi ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

'$$- i$r m -wm'm$mjl EVENING t.TnnftTaTCPHILADBLPgtAyUiagfcAY, SEPTEMBEB 29, 1014, 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MB. ANb MRS. ALEXANDER VAN REN SSEIAER vrlll gtvo a small dinner dance, for IIss Cordelia Blddlo, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ji Drexel Blddle, on Tuesday evening, November 10, at Camp Hill Ilalli Fort Washington, Pa. The guests will be from tha debutanto set. Frederick h. Bally, of Cloverton, Ardmore, has Issued Invitations for the tea to bo given In honor of 111" daughter, Miss Edith II. Bally, on October 17. Tho card of, Sir. and Mrs. Theodore Mitchell Hustings In Inctosed. Jllsa Virginia Roberts and Miss Elsa Reath will be tho guests of honor tonight at a snmll dinner dance, which will be given by their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts, nt their home In Rlverton. Tho guests will bo from tho debutanto set and tho younger men. Dr. and Mrs. Gustav A. Van Lcnnep have Just returned from Atlantic City to their home In Bala. Mr. and Mrs. Fer...

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. — 29 September 1914

WWWWfWWoWfmiB?-' Jr'-Kyx. F '."n; ."JKKptwww-mniL im'-WHiiPipi t$-- - 10 EVENING LEDGERPHIEADELPIlIrTUESBAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191jV Bl WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON P. Tloue' "last eondl Quenj "W rriee prlVn; up t card on It ..Tr ble hendi van cat "T Both part Fren battli "In fords my f rades unsui sun "In dcrl also force they guntu a cai phraf equiv to a aente them 5rln "W trlct undoi. Xurth road altho the try point I a thtrs "A for : Fiven mem after They at n was r first- "I and. tered ace I wa atatl Ic "Be that going I am Burrol colors "Th the w T. AJ the c on th Germ them to s while few "TliW nuvun Borne VII UCH surDriB towehfi onets.B 200 tctt In th "Th tins n and ears tut t: uroun conttrr "I E tlon AH th except to do 'A U Tirl rat and1 I aald, of th retur even fruit ...r wltho to lie be K DOM Stean Gen Kve: Line with bfgar. cargo here EurouJ Die li akins. I.OI.f eacg" one If "leptil mens of ti name la on TOI 51. ch: IV) Al ml M Jame JAe ,n Ai...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

mm itii Ti'ti i1 f iiMlif lmri Mi -tt&&pr?m4ji rmr-'r ymvim EVENING T.-mr.ftTCn-PHILADEIP'g-iA.' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 29, 161X ' 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER mm Xmk JPT J 111 IPJHm 1 iSHlfit rail WulmWIfim Mfamtlfiw wmf-T y liSlilf JBWS8 W" ""0 HBbBhbBHV&vBBKBBmMhi 4 (VMSkIbbb'Wbmbbmii'"' HVv W. -.. i IHHBHHHHHHHHiHHIIH-iillB Come and Trip Without a Flaw on the Lidht Fantastic P&w BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES SEEMS to nic everybody's going to school nowadays," said a little English sparrow as he bal anced on the wire clothes line. "So?" said his mother, "who, for instance?" "Well that kind little boy on the third floor, for instance," said the little sparrow. "He was so good to trgs-j They sat in rows on the telegraph wires and pretended they had school. me always all summer. He always put out the nicest crumbs! Three times a dayl" "But has he forgotten you now?" asked the mother sparrow. "No, not really forgotten me." the little sparrow admitted, "but he don't pay attention to me...

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. — 29 September 1914

s iitinM if t i-ttfww. .aw 4 f j - jj $K vfc v1" -sw pv r " " IB " 12 EVENING LBDGBK PHILADl3LPHlAXJBaDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1014. r Nt MACKMEN ENTER UPON THEIR SECOND TRAINING PERIOD PENN OARSMEN REPORT, ATHLETICS WILL BEGIN ANOTHER TRAINING SIEGE SOME OBSERVATIONS ON CURRENT EVENTS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Collins and Baker Arrived at Noon Others Will Fol low Later Macks and Phillies Idle Today. Following n highly successful but not a close anil exciting campaign against the American League allies, Connie Mack's elx-tlme champions, are on the erge of their second training season of the year. At noon today LMdle Collins nnd Frank linker arrived. Other members of the squad who will bo coming Into Philadelphia within the net 24 hours are Bender, Plank, Davis, Schang, Harry, Oldrlng, and possibly Strttnk and Mc Innls. All of these players will take a few days' rest while the Athletics arc play ing out their schedule In Washington. Baker Is going to take a day or so off for the purpose of vis...

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. — 29 September 1914

K.i , i '$!! - rr!riz&tmfvr' rmmmv-fw& ' wmw f EVENING LEDGER-PHILAPELPHOUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BROKERS ARE GIVEN GREATER.LEEWAY IN MAKIMBOND SALES permitted Now to Trade Among Themselves Ex change Reopening Plans Depend .on Reserve Bank Operation. Coincident with the l'lfllrlg today of certain restrictions' which have pre vented a broader scale 'of .trading In the listed and unlisted securities, comes word from bond salesmen on the street that they aro finding Individual In vestors In a very roceptlvo mood and willing to listen to reason. There- ap pears to bo a general feeling of con fidence In the ability of the financial situation to readjust Itself, and the re-( suit has beon a brisk demand for securities of the highest grade, partic ularly the utilities. Success of the Now York city note Issue of $100,000,000 has Inspired greater confidence and there Is a. brisk demand locally and In Now York f...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

jMmfc -,p t tv rf . f at , 'v, sj;j EVE NING LEDGER VOL. I NO. 14 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT TRAINS CRASH IN NEW YORK SUBWAY; . 3 FATALLY INJURED Panic and Fire Follow When Passengers Fight Guards Until Car Doors Are Opened. flThree Firo Alarms Bring Firemen to the Scene' to Fight Blaze With Streams of Water Many Overcome. NKVV YORK. Sept. 29, Ono of tlio most ttrlotis accidents In tlio history ot thn Now York subway Byatoni, which lias been ronmrkubly free of uny mishaps, ccourrcil early today when two trains collided underneath H2d strcot, the Bronx. Tlio Injured men are Isaac Schwartz, motormnn of empty passenger train; William llorton, motormnn of worn train, and Frank Colomboslck, n track bWltllclT. The men nro nil subway employes. Tliny were taken to the Fordhum Hos pital, from which ambulances and sur geons had been summoned. There It wns stated they had a small chanco of re covery. After the collision the trains took lire and In fighting the bl...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

ff ss li" -wis -V" -.ai8-jf" V W -Mf 54nSS' 2 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 1914. 0' V RUSSIAN HOSTS. 1,000,000 STRONG, TURN MIGHTY WAR MACHINE TO SIEGE OF BRESLAm GERMAN FLEET CAN BE CRUSHED.FROM .LAND, EXPERT SAYS '. members of tho latest expedition to reacti France. A lull seems to have fnlkn over the fighting in tho Woovre district, title to the thick fog which made It Impossible for the troops to undertake nny opciu tlons for fear that friend would attack friend. Prlnco Adalbert, a eon of Llrnpeitir William, 13 reported to have met hla death upon tho battlefield from a CJei man bullet. According to this tumor, the Prince, who was In ad'-ance of his troops, was shot by mistake and not by design. French military authorities deny that the Germans have weakened any of tho forts south of Verdun. On the con trary, It Is said, tho German troops If that district arc mennced on three sltct by the French. Moro optimism was foil hero today than nt nny other time slnco th...

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