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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

w yjjflfcf(m& frrj-lP&4' ;SB ltdwl"W!t i wpiiui ifjan WW EVENING- IiBDftBB PHILADEglA", TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. JHECHUN CAPTURED, FOE PUSHES ATTACK ON BELGIAN CAPITAL Germans Occupy City Thir teen Miles From Antwerp. Invaders Are Reported Re treating From France. ANTWERP, Sopt. 29. After a severe bombardment, the Qer Hintis liavefoecupled Mechlin, about 13 miles south of this city, according to an official announcement given out today by the War OITlcc. The Germans have been carrying on a hard bombardment of the forts at Wavrc, gt, Catherine and Wacltham, about, ten miles from tho temporary Belgian cap ital, but the lire of the forts has not ceased It Is reported (but not confirmed by tho HcIkIiui Government) that Burgo master M. Mnx, of Biusscls, who was nnostcd by tho Germans, has boon re leased on tho payment of $0,000,000 by tho municipality. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. Tho official statement of tho War Of fice follows: After bombaidlng Mechlin, the Ger mans under cover or ...

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

wmm$mirl e- -T" nn 'rvt0(tf' .irn-4-armjty?'' MP" u. Sfc EVENING LEDOER-PHILADEIiHIA. T lymd ftmxit iipijj f,wnipi 'pi ijipfijwsww SDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. CHILDREN'S CORNER .. 3$&sv ' ., J Till! J i J:W -.aiVVi) i VIMHVH ui ?' ?t! wflw iuiaiHr swsi 1 iw Rlii lil 'lulliV j$t?s lUimm URMimniiiM llteMiY Wm.sMi i fi?Fff5 Mlli7 fiwiffl mHlAiHP j So &&&' fWlifil HWWfffiK li&l-Bra25&4 f i 11 WK 'V," . "'HF ,'!. I'i'. Come and Trip Without a Flaw on the Lidht Fantastic Paw BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES BIRDS DISTRIBUTE SEEDS V.S. SEEMS to me everybody's croirtR J to school nowadays." sa d a , little English sparrow as he bal- j need 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 wa o ,'rnd to me always all summer. He always put out the nicest rrttmbs! Three times a day!" "But has he forgotten you now?" asked the mother sparrow. i "Nro, not really forgotten m...

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. — 29 September 1914

UnMBMIdHiStiE H,Wv PWS?W ;&& VBItf feBDaBB-lpHIEAJBjgM' TOBBPAY.-WtBMBBB 29, I91f. Tcx. at- DAUGHTER OF RICH MAN VANISHES FROM FAST EXPRESS TRAIN Disappears at South Fram ingham While En Route With Father, Who Was Taking Her to School. WORCESTER JIa83., Sept. 29. Disap pearing mysteriously between Uoston and Wprcestcr, while on the way to l'cokskllli N. Y., on n Boston and Albany express train Sunday afternoon, no traco ns yet lias been found of Miss Katlinrlno Keating, 16 years old, daughter of it. 9. Keating', a wealthy Dallas, torncy. The father was taking the girl from Boston to a private school In l'ceksklll, Up snys she had about $123 In her pock etbook and looked 20 Instead of 1C. Miss Keating and her father started from Boston for Albany, whero thoy veto to change cars for Pccksklll. Just previous to the train pulling Into South Framlngham Mr. Keating left his par lor seat to smoke, returning as the train was possibly 15 or 0) miles from thla city to II ml his daught...

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. — 29 September 1914

II " EVBJKIffGr LEDOER PHILADELPHIA, .flyiaBLA.1r BEPOiEMBEB 29, 1914. THBCHTHRSTIH GREAT WATER POWER DEVELOPMENT WORK Announcement Concerning Cramp Notes Directs At tention to Firm's Change of Policy in Engine Construction. PUBLIC UTILI IES Announcement by bankets that Uip.v tiroul. pay In advance the SU9.CWi note due January 1. 1913, of the William Cramp fc Sons Ship ami CnRlne UulMtng i'om panypany has attracted attention to the t nfralra of this company, which have been handled In such a manner as to lie able to meet its notes In advance. When William Cramp earlv in the last century founded the famuli -, -.lilpsriMl which etlll bears his name, he apparently had dreamt of mlnht armament tr be constructed and with what pride they would earn the American llaB to -ill pai ts of the world ami thunder forth ton 't steel in detente of it, If necessary. HI vision camo true In mote than one wns. for the C amp-built ships were the "cracks" of the American Navy, and at aianlla and Santiago...

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. — 29 September 1914

IRON CHANCELLOR CALLED GLADSTONE POOR STATESMAN Bismarck Thought English man Had Too Great Facil ity in Speech Man of Deep Emotions. EVENING T,nftTnt?.PtTtLAPaggHlA4, TUESDAY, ' SEPTEMBER 29, 1014 j: TV. U. Richmond reports In tho North American Review for September convcr gntlons lie lind with I'rlnce Bismarck at Frledrlchsruh, 18S7-1890. Speaking of Mr. . Gladstone, Bismarck said: "Your Prime Minister Is poisoned by tho venom of his oratory; If his facility of diction and his command of words were more restrained" he would not be bo great an orator, but a more rellablo statesman. If 3od spares him, Mr. Gladstono will ruin England." This was said In conjunction with some Mmarks upon Homo Rulo for Ireland. "No government could afford to grant It now, It Is too late. It would wreck a Tory or Radical ministry to do bo, es pecially now when Imperialism has been co deftly established In tho public minds of Englishmen by Disraeli," speaking of ' whom UlsmarcK snici: "I liko him: ho I, a ...

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

8 EVENING i&Mj LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGKR COMPANY crntis 11. k cunns. FKtn-jir. -. V Oeh. Screurr: John C. Martin. Triurert C-xt n. u.itt.tton. rhfllp 8. Collins. John B. HU I'MW. DtnctOT. . i KOITOnlAL BOArtD: Crtca U. K. Ccbtis, Chairman. T. W. WTIAt.WT Enettitlv Btf lamt C. MAJITIN Oener.t Kuln8 Manager -! ditty, except Sunday, at PtrtW two Bnlldlni;. Independence Bwiaro. Phllailelpnia. t Ciximt, Broad and Chestnut Simla Saw Toik...... 1T0-A. Mtropolltan Tower CMtUoe. SIT Horn lniranr BuHdlna ZAHDow...... 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall. S. W. NEWSBOHEAfS! ,..., X- Ton ntnu o Th T me " IK Inc tJuntm Btrtsau 2 Pall Mall Eat. 8. W. riarasnaic. 82 Hue Louli le Urand SUnSCRIPTlON TERMS Brearriar. Dint Orrt.T, lx eent. By mall. ro'tPjM afii af PMI.J.Iphla. except where foreign tj; l r air!. DAti.t Onit. ono month, twentr-nve ; nt I Dirir Own. on yar. three dollars. All null aubscrlp tint parable In advance. Bart, seoo wAi-Nirr kcystoiik haw aooo CT AAdrria oil ermntiiil'viMoxJ to Bvtning Id...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

EVENING t.-nmftTin?- TTTTLADMLPflIA, TTJEgCAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 19J4. . 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA TlrR. AND MIIB. FEItrtEK HMNTON will IVl intrrx!uoii theli daughters, Mliii Carolina Ives Brlnton and MIm Anna lilnnny Brlnton, nt nn t homa on Wednesday afternoon, October 7, from until t o'clock. Mm. Ilrlnlon will bo nlstd In receiving by Mr. William t'Aul Morris, Mr. James Hancock and Mis. T. Motlor Tyaon. Among the debutantes who will receive with the Mlmei Drlnton wilt lie Miss Chrlitlno richn, Mlta Edith It. Ellison, MIsr Anna Taylor Wnlthour, Miss Emmn Ash ton Dorr, Mlna Hilda Tunis, Miss Bllzabeth Thompson, Miss Mur Jorle Taylor, Miss Frances V. Tyson, Miss Kate Furness Jayne, Mlsa Mary Paul Morris, Miss Mnrjorlo Morris, Mlsn Elcnnore Blspham, Miss Dorothea OberteufTer, Miss Emllln Wagner, Miss Eliza Davis, Miss Frances L. Stoughton and Miss Eleanor Doumonvlllo Watt, There will be an orchestra and dancing during thn after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Brlnton and the Misses Brln...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

H'liiptiumiipii i i) -' tMW'mitm !)(?' FW 10 s -EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TTTffSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS tHAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON, ELLEN ADAIR SEES MOVING PICTURES AND ROMANCE She Drops Into a Nickel "Movies" Show and Sees a. Famous Actress in Sad Play. xtv. The turn of fortune's wheel Is such a curiot" thing! My rroml day in Philadelphia was a dreary day, until the evening came, when ' hope returned to me 1 wniud throuah many crowded streets, with ur nd thoughts tot only company. Goni nil were gone, the old familial tu-.i . 1 w i alone, .mil life was loino thing ii il 'Uid something desperately lii.i.r mi know the loneliness of crowd cd stuets willi not n s"Ul to talk to, not ono Mo- to recognise? 1 under. stmid now wit old ma'ds have cats ami pm ot- that they kioW to love settle da net-Imps, t too will reach that stftrte, Unl I m.ike some friends In this gieat cit win. vvi.l want to talk, and Keep me Cm in my sometime". I iln n. t thin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

tmmmmtmum' wmm N EVENING- LBDOEB-PHILAPBLfrBAA- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1014- ii I MACKMEN ENTER UPON THEIR SECOND TRAINING PERIOD-PENN OARSMEN REPORT I . - : . , , -, , , . , - ' r I nflAt TV ITTTlinnTl ATI ATHLETICS WILL BEGIN ANOTHER TRAINING SIEGE Collins and Baker Arrived at Noon Others Will Fol low Later Macks and Phillies Idle Today. Following a. highly successful but not a. clo-'O and exciting campaign against tho American League allies, Connie- Mack's slx-tlmc champions, nro on tho verge oC their b ceo ml training season of tho year. At noon today Eddie Collins and Frank Baker urrlved. Other members ot tho squad who will bo coming Into Philadelphia within tho next 24 hours nro Dendcr, Plank, Davis, Schang, Barry, Oldrlng, and possibly Strunk and Mc lnnls. All of these players will tako a few days' rest whllo tho Athletics arc play lng out their schedule In Washington, llaker I" going to tako a day or bo off for the purpose of visiting his farm ut Trnppc, Md whcio ho will kee...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

tfrcRneMtfSflS V JliiNJL. m w LEDG VOL. INO. 14 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE ONE CEIH 1 M- 0 -a M'NICHOL SEAL OF ' APPROVAL ON GRAB Senator Regards "Marble Hall" Scheme For Municipal Court as One of the Most Worthy Ever Conceived Visible From Back Window of His Home. THE CANDIDATE AND HIS SUPPORT Sen.it 01 Junius I' MeiN'tchnl, Penrose lrulir in Philadelphia. 1ms set the :-e.tl ji li- ipprovnl of the- tumlllton-dollnr iiu.i i.il for tho "Maibto Mall" scheme o Hi- Municipal Couit. He tallied it on r with donncllmcn before tho "ontor in. we-dut-," In the shape of it bill to i. m.ii mn the Magdalen . Home property Oil -Mt and Mace sttcotsj, was introduced in ''mine lis. Miialiir MeN'tchol thinks the land grob ling Municipal Court plans "one of the Xii.i it woithv objects ever conceived." Hu jmUI so himself Hi mi Interview. Collator JiIi-NMoho pan look out the tear windows i bis home on Logan Square and feo tii pioposed site for tho Municipal Court. .A house on Race-...

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

IS llf'W' '-i i POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVE NING t ilmTW' . r JtL JJ J Hi XV POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 11 PHILADELPHIA, (.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 29, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT REPORTS VILLA DEAD BY ASSASSIN'S HAND ) IN MEXICAN CAMP I ' 4 His Secretary, Fierro, Who Was Charged With Kill ing Benton, Named as Murderer. Carranza Holds on a$ National Palace Despite Message De manding His Surrender to Caldoron. EL PASO, Tex., Sept. 29. Reports reaching here today from Mexico persist In saying that General Francisco Villa lias been assassinated by his secretary, riorro. Llttlo credence Is placed In the rumors because the message from Chihuahua last night quoted Villa on the present Mexican situation. Flcrro was court-martialed and then released on the charge of having killed Benton, the ranchman In Juarez, sev eral months ago. MEXICO CITY', Sept. Z).Despitc the demands of General Villa and Villa's generals, that Provisional President Vcnustlaiio Carranza resign, the Indica tions today were that Gener...

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

VTVn y J--"J - o.-rt ?'"'' TnSe , 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA,-TOESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. ".1 i . ; t mr 't o 1 RUSSIAN HOSTS, 1.000,000 STRONG, TURN MIGHTY WAR MACHINE TO SIEGE OF BRESLAtfi GERMAN FLEET CAN BE CRUSHED FROM LAND, EXPERT SAYS, fighting has' exhausted tho troops of both armies, but tho Germnna havo suffered worse than the Alllc- Oermnn prisoners report tho most tcrrlblo con ditions prevailing along tho lines. Some German regiments havo been com pletely wiped out. In many Instances a, new regiment has been foitned In tho 1 dful of troops left '-nm regiments which havo ;en In tho forefront of attacks. Tho Prussian Guards havo suffered most heavily because they were thrown forward against the enemy to lead many of the assaults made around Rholms. Whllo no authentic figures are ob tainable from military hendfluarters, ofTlcers who are familiar with tho sit uation declare the German casualties In the Battle of tho Alsne, now believed entering Its decisive stage, total ...

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

t c-mm1 mxJn EVENING LED'GEB PHILADEIPfitsfe-TtTESDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. BALOONISTS SOWING SEEDS OF SUFFRAGE ! FROM THE PAYEJ Four Prominent Aeronauts Scatter Votes for Women Literature During Trial Trip of "Greater Philadelphia." CHRISTENING THE VOTES-FOR-WOMEN BALLOON Armed with suffrage bnnncra nnd literature nnd ccholnt? cheers for Phila delphia, tlio Woman Suflrnge cause and Mayor Ulnnkeliburff, four prominent aeronauts nscended In the balloon "Great Philadelphia" from the U. G. I, recreation nrounds Bhortty nftcr 9 o'clock tills morning to sow tho seeds of "votes for women" enthusiasm amoni! the farm ers nnd otlior" citizens of the State. While surfrnRO literature will be drop ped all along the route, the trip Is also mado na a "try-out" for the "Grcntcr Philadelphia" which was christened by Mayor Ulnnkenburjy Just before the de parture Tt la tho balloon's maiden fllKht, nnd Or, Thomas M, Utdrldgo, the pilot, declared ho wished to dovoto the first trip to a good cause. Tlio ...

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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. — 29 September 1914

5p5'ffW!ff?Kw' ny?' trt' EVENING LEDGER-PHIIiADEIjPHIrrTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914; a -.1 , TURK, AS PRINCE - OF ALBANIA, MAY : STIR ITALY TO WAR MINOR TERRORS OF WAR; ITS COMEDY AND PATHOS Election of Abdul HamicTs Son, in Defiance of Powers, Necessitates Protection of Italian Interests. LONDON, Sept. 2D. The pol Is boiling over once more In Albania. The situation In that artificial principality became so serious today that Intervention by Italy Is not unlikely. 5 There In no doubt Hint such Intervention would mean a declaration of war by Austria. Necessity for "protecting Italian Inter ests In Albania" may furnish the pre text Italy openly desires for taking sides , In the. war of the nations. There Is more than vague surmise to Justify this con clusion. It Is lea. tied from re lable sources that the new crisis In Albania Is ex ercising the Italian Government and that - posltixo action Is contemplated. September 2S was the date set by proph ets for Italy's plunge Into the world wa...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEB PHILADEirFSM,.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1014. DAUGHTER OF RICH IAN VANISHES FROM FAST EXPRESS TRAIN Fram- Disappears at South r ingham While En Route ' With Father, Who Was Taking Her to School. WORCESTER, Mas3., Sept. 29.-Dlsnp-pcarlnjr mysteriously between Boston " and Worcester, whlln on the way to Feeksklll, N. Y., on a Boston and Albany jtpross train Sunday afternoon, no trace s yet lias been found of Miss Katharine Keating, 16 ycara old, daughter of II. a Kcatliifr, a wealthy Dallas, Tex., at torney. Tho father was taking1 the girl from Boston to a prlvato school In Feeksklll, He says Bho had about $123 In her pock ctbook and looked 20 Instead of 1(5. Miss Keatlnir and her father started from Boston for Albany, whero they woro to change cars for Feeksklll. Just previous to the train pulling Into South Framlngham Mr. Keating left his par lor seat to smoke, returning as tho train was .possibly 15 or 31 miles from this city to find his daughter gone. Believing she h...

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. — 29 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADEIiPHlA:iXLTE,SPAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1014. BRITISH ON BATHING PARADE SURPRISED BY GERMAN CHARGE Armed With Towels Instead of Rifles, Hundreds Were trill 1 ttn X M - 1 Killed Magic ards Saved Two Wanderers. i PAHtS, SopH 23. A correspondent Just returned from Rouen tells today how he found two "lost" British soldiers nnd succeeded In Bonding them hack to their base at St Quentln. "While dining at a hotel ! was sur prised to see a British artilleryman nnd a private of the Hedfords walk soiemhh up to the manager, tako out a small card and point silently to an Inscription on It. "Tho manager addressed them In volu ble French, hut they only shook their heads and said, "Parley pa.' A waiter won then Instructed to give them a cat and fetch them fowl. "Thev told a strange tnle of adventure. Both had fought at Xatmir, had taken part In the gradual retirement from the French frontier, and wore present ut the battles of Mons and St. guentln. "In tho latter engagement the Bed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

wmmm IRON CHANCELLOR CALLED GLADSTONE 1 POOR 'STATESMAN Bismarck Thought English man Had Too Great Facil ity' in Speech Man of Deep Emotions. tV. B. Richmond reports In the Noith American Revlow for September conver sation lio had with Prince- Bismarck at Krlcdrlchsruh, 1BS7-1S90. Spenltlng of Mr. Gladstone, Bismarck Bald: "Tour Prima Jllnlstcr Is poisoned by the venom of his oratory; if his facility of diction and his command of words were moro restrained ho would not bo so great an orator, but a moro reliable statesman. If Qod spares him, Mr. Gladstone will ruin England." This was said In conjunction with somo remarks upon Homo Uulo for Ireland: "No government could afford to grant It now: It Is too lato. It would wreck a Tory or Radical ministry to do so, es pecially now whon Imperialism has been eo deftly established In the public minds of Englishmen by Disraeli," speaking of whom Bismarck said: "I ilka him: ho is a great statesman and ho takes his part like a man. Your politici...

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

v'tm-iwm$m$SfK'-' rawnr ' m m W "lost" eendlni Quentf' "WW prised, prlvat. up to1 card tr on It. "The" ble Fi heads ' van cat a, "Thd Both ' part II Trend, battles "In ! fords h my fr rndes, unauci sun. "In Anting Also Iq forces, they il Kunncf a carq phrase equlva to a U eentcn them I drink. "Wh trlct t undor furthe' road t, althou, thoy Kry tl polntc I am! thirsty "Ass for n Five n membi after , They I at Ror. was af, first-ct i tered t aee, vk I wa3J: station, Lo Ha "Bef"' that w going i I am I eurroul colors. "Thlt the wr T. A.J the gu' on the; Germai them to swlj while v few c hands "The; advane1 Borne ' on ba" xurpric towels' onets. k 200 to In tho "Tha. tins at and ta' ears vf but thr woundf confirm "I sa tlon wh. All the except a to do th -A BnV. prl ataj? and lef aald. H of the return even r fruit at " TV wlthou to lie y be Kaf DOMI Steamt Gene" Kve-i Line 4 with of began i cargoes htre s' Europe? are Ia kins, i' cargo 5 one lal "teptilfe mens of thef name j. Is on C t TOQ ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

EVENING LEDG-EB-PHILADELJpjMi TITJSBDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MR, AND MRS. FERREE BRINTON will Introduce their daughters, Miss Cftrollno Ives Brlnton rind Miss Anna Binney Brlnton, at an at home on Wednesday afternoon, October 7, from 4 Until 7 o'clock, Mrs. Brlnton will be assisted In receiving by Mrs. William 1'aut Morris, Mrs. James Hancock and Mrs. T, Mellor Tyson. Among the dobutantcs who will receive with the Misses Brlnton will bo Miss Christine Hehn Miss Edith R, Ellison, Miss Anna Taylor Walthour, Miss Emma Ashton Dorr, Miss Hilda Tunis, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, Miss Mar Jorlo Taylor, Miss Frances L. Tyson, Miss liato Furncss Jayne, Miss Mary Paul Morris, Miss Marjorlo Morris, Miss Elcanoro Blsnham, Miss Dorothea Obortouffer, Miss Emlllo Wagner, Miss Eliza Davis, Miss Frances L. Stoughton and Miss Eleanor Bournonvlllo Walt. Thero will bo an orchestra and dancing during the after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Brlnton nnd the Misses Brlnton will mo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

"?y-"J-vV'v ,rt s ? w-r y !it!' ,T, .,- (VjBiiagwwwy 10 evening ledgeb-phiitadelp: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES MOVING PICTURES AND ROMANCE 'h She Drops Into a Nickel "Movies" Show and Sees a Famous Actress in Sad Play. XIV. Tli turn of Fortune's wheel la such n curious thing! My second day lit Philadelphia was n dreary day, Until the evening: came, when hope returned to me. I walked through many crowded streets, with my sad thoughts for only company. Gone, nil were eone, the old familiar facer, I wus alone, and life was some thins real and something desperately hard! You know the loneliness uf.crowd- ed streets, wtlh not a soul to tall: to, not one face to recognize? I Under stand now why old maids lmve eats and parrots that they grow to love somo day, perhaps, t loo will reach that stage, unless 1 make some friends In this great city who will want to talk, and keep mo company sometimes. I do not t...

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