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

pwd wfwwh' EVENING tiBPgBB-PHILADELg TUESDAY, SgjPTBMBBft 29, 1914 ' . i ' '- ' ' l".'-' rTTJ I - nmnn mrrr I iYDTTTT 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER "MMlUlWIMIUUaMlMljfaMHHsMHMgm&gmVi Come and Trip Without a Flaw on the Lidht Fantastic Paw BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES SEEMS to mc 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 They nit in rotes on the telegraph tolrea ami pretended they hud school mc always all summer. He always put out the nicest crumbs! Three times a day!" "But has he forgotten you now?" asl . I the mother sparrow. "N'o, not really forgotten me." the lit'' sparrow admitted, "but lie don't pa- attention to me as he used to. H tist throws out some crumbs in thi morning and then hastily slams tli ."indow shut and runs off to school." The mother sparrow laughed, "Well,...

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

H? 1 "- !sjr EVENING LEDGER-PHlLADELPHJAlTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914, Si MACKMEN ENTER UPON THEIR1 SECOND TRAINING PERIOD-PENN OARSMEN REPORT n I 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 hut not a close and exciting campaign ngainst the American League allies, Connie Mack's slx-tlmo champions, are on the verge of their second training season of thn year. At noon today Kddle Collins and Frank Baker ai rived. Other members of thu squad who will bo coming Into Philadelphia within the nest II hours are Ucndcr, Plank, Davis, Seining, Barry, Oldring, niul possibly Ktrunk and Mc Innls. All of these players will take n few days' rest while the Athletics me play ing out their schedule In Washington. Bnkcr Is going to take a day or so olt for the purpose of visiting his farm at Trappo, Md., where he will keep tne edge on his batting eye by using the shotgun. Kddlo C0UI11...

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

-w EVENING LBDGBB-PHItiAD3aLPHIAlJBBDAY SEPTEMBER 29, lO-Uy 13 JfNANClAl AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BROKERS ARE GIVEN GREATER LEEWAY IN MAKING BOND SALES Permitted Now to Trade Among Themselves Ex change Reopening Plans Depend on Reserve Bank Operation. Beginning today, and until furthor no tice, dealers In Investment securities which arc- not listed on the Stock Ex changes may trado ns between thorn selves. They may Ifsue circulars or a Hat of their security offerings, but tha prices to bo quoted, .either In Individual gales anions brokers or to Investors, must first bu scrutinized and officially approved by the special committee representing the different bond houses, named some time ago to Bnnctlon proposed stock and bond transfer?. This Is the first time slnco the exchanges closed that such privilege! has been of llclnlly granted tho Investment brokers. They have been permitted, for several weeks, to negotiate sales of their own se curities to Ind...

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. — 29 September 1914

A l Ttouenfl "lost"?! aenmn Quent; "Wli prisedj privat up to card on It. "Thd If- ble F , heads was ' seat e "Th J Both I Part I 5 Frencl i battle P "In f lordsh f my fr rades, V unsuci' I sun. b "In f dering p also t I force they L tEunne ( a can ( phras equlv to a f aentc ' them drink. "Wh; Irict t under furthei road lthou! they v (try t polntc I am thirst' "Ag for n clven memb lifter They at Ro was a flrst-cllp- "The; and, I tered ce. w I was tatlo Lo H "Bef that i going I am surrou colors, "Thl the wl; F. A the gu on th Germ. them to Sff while M few c hands "Th advan Borne j on bal surpriw towels onets. S00 to In 4Ua "Th tins a and t; cars wK but th voundR connrni ; J II OSTSCRIPT TION , f,.ymriTsen'J EVENING "T XjiJLI RSPT EDITION t VOL. I'O. 14 PIIILADELl'IIIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1014. PRICE ONE OEjW 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 C...

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

NIGHT EXTRA EVE NING LEDGER r NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 14 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE. ONE CENT REPORTS VILLA DEAD BY ASSASSIN'S HAND IN MEXICAN CAMP His Secretary, Fierro, Who Was Charged With Kill ing Benton, Named as Murderer. Carranza Holds on at National Palaco Despite Message De manding Hi3 Surrender to Catdoron. KEEN, FROSTY AIR MAKES WHOLE CITY SHIVER TODAY Small Boys Are Happy, Though, for Chestnut Time Is Here. umiiIkI' & '" ?K ul " PydioloBlo heat, until the hllxiard days arrive and froien are ., the feet- The frost Is In tho eubway, In the surface , cars and "t,", u,?J"n they'll slart the fablo of the hea.linr none can tell, f Tho dew that has been drenching the pumpkin and tho fodder In tho shock appeared on tho golden globe that made New Knsrlnnri fflttlnna tnov Iti fnrm hnt unlike the unshaven growth upon the Checks Of VOIlth. "Tyxmn 4Vin frnsl. Shivering la the favorite outdoor pas time today for thoao who have not yet found their overcoats, A ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

I I RUSSIAN HOSTS. 1.000.000 STRONG. TURN MIGHTY WAR MACHINE TO SIEGE OF BRESLAUTh I . - ' - - .--- - i. , ..., - ii i - - - " "' ' " I rr L J. ! a A JQ Cshilng has exhausted tho troops of both armies, but tho Germans have suffered worse than the Allle- German prisoners report tho mo3t terrlblo con ditions prevailing along tho lines. Somo German regiments have been com pletely wiped out. In many Instances n new regiment has been formed In the 1 dful of troops left ' regiments which have -sen In tho forefront of attacks. The Prussian Guards have suffered most heavily because they were thrown forward against tho enemy to lead many of the assaults made around Ithelms. While no authentic figures are ob tainable from military headriuarters, officers who are familiar with the sit uation declare the German casualties In the Battle of the Alsne, now believed entering Its decisive Btape, total fully ISO.OOO In killed, wounded and missing. The losses of the Allies, they say, prob nbly will bo...

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

EVENING LEDGER-PHIIAPEIz-ftaiA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. BAL0ONIST5 SOWING SEEDS OF SUFFRAGE FROM THE HEAVENS Four Prominent Aeronauts Scatter Votes for Women Literature During Trial Trip of "Greater Philadel phia. Armed with suffrago banners and literature and echoing cheers for Phila delphia, tho Woman Suffrage cause and Mayor Blankenburg, four prominent aeronauts nscended In the balloon Great Philadelphia" from the U. O. I. recreation grounds shortly after 9 o'clock this morning to bow the seeds of "votes for women" enthusiasm among the farm ers and other citizens of tho State. While suffrage literature will bo drop ped all along tho route, the trip Is also made as a "try-out" for tho "Oreatcr Philadelphia" which 'was christened by Mayor Ulnnkenburg JuBt bofore tho de parture. It Is the balloon's maiden night, and Dr. Thomas K. Eldrldge, tho pilot, declared ho wished to devoto the first trip to n good cause. The balloon has Just been obtained by the Philadelphia Aeronautical ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

Rfwmv 'W6WiSrf-- . " HHpi WWWJBK.iil s V1' -. EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, lftiU Ani offl Kf S, I fc ' TURK, AS PRINCE OF ALBANIA, MAY STIR ITALY TO WAR Election of Abdul Hamid's Son, in Defiance of Powers, Necessitates Protection of Italian Interests, MINOR TERRORS OF WAR; ITS COMEDY AND PATHOS LONDON, Sept. 23. The pot Is bolllnir over onco more In Albania. The situation In that artificial principality became so serious today that " Intervention by Italy Is not unlikely. There Is no doubt that such Intervention would mean a declaration of war by Austria, Necessity for "protectlnff ttallnn 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 vaguo surmise to Justify this con clusion. It Is learned from re table eourcos that the new crisis In Albania Is ex ercising tho Italian Government and that positive action Is contemplated. September 2$ was the data set by proph- An eloquent comm...

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

DAUGHTER OF RICH JMAN VANISHES FROM J FAST EXPRESS TRAIN Disappears at South Fram 'i ingham While En Route J With Father, Who Was Taking Her to School. WORCESTER. Mas3 Sept. 23.-Dlsap-earlnir mysteriously between Boston nd Worcester, while, on tile way to FeekitcllI, N. Y., on a Boston and Albany (express train Sunday afternoon, no trace yet has been found of Miss Katharine Keating, 16 yearn old, daughter of II. S. JKeatlng, a wealthy Dallas, Tex., at torney. The father was talclni? tho girt from 13oston to a private school In Pecksklll, lie says "she had about $125 In her pock ttbook and looked 20 Instead of IS. Miss Keating and her father startod Jtom Boston for Albany, whero they Vera to change cars for Pecksklll. Just previous to the train pulling Into South '.Frmmlngham Mr. Keating loft his pnr ler seat to smoke, returning as tho train iras possibly 15 or SO miles from this tlty to find his daughter gone. ' Believing she had gono to tho women's Washroom, the father waited a fow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

wpp &'mmmmmmmmmm!' wmwmmmmtM''&y' 6 H ! gu EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, Tj?ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, lDl-t. BRITISH ON BATHING PARADE SURPRISED BY GERMAN CHARGE TRENTON STATE FAIR IN FULL SWING Armed With Towels Instead of Rifles, Hundreds Were Killed "Magic" Cards Saved Two Wanderers. PAtttS. Seit. . A correspondent Just returned from JtoUon fits today how he found two "tost" ttiitlsh soldiers and succeeded In tending them hack to their base at St. quentln. "While dining at a hotel t was sir -tilscd to see a Hrltlsh artilleryman and a pilvatr of the Hfdfords walk solemnU up to tin- manager, take out a .ma i mid and point silently to an Inscription on It. 'The manager addressed them in oli ble French, but they only shook the r heads and said, 'l'arlcy pas.' A natter was then Instructed to give them a seat and fetch them food. I "They told a strange tale of adxentme. I Both had fought nt S'amur, had taken ' pait In the gradual retirement from the Kreiuh frontl'r, and were present ...

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

IRON CHANCELLOR CALLED GLADSTONE A POOR STATESMAN Bismarck Thought English man Had Too Great Facil- ity in opecch Man of Deep Emotions. W. B. nichmond reports In the North American Review for September conver eatlons he hftd with Prince Bismarck nt Frledrlclisruh, 18S7-1890. Speaking of Mr. Gladstone, Bismarck eald: "Your Prime Jllnliter Is poisoned by the venom of his oratory! If his facility of diction and his command of words wore more restrained he would not bo so great an orator, but a more reliable statesman. If God spares him, Mr. Oladatono will ruin England." This was said In conjunction with some remarks upon Homo Itulo for Ireland! "So go eminent could afford to grant It now; It Is too late. It would wreck a Tory or Radical ministry to do so, cs peclally now when Imperialism has been so doftly established In tho public minds of Englishmen by Disraeli," speaking of whom Bismarck said: "I like him! ho Is a great statesman and he takes his part like a man. Your politicians do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

BBmmmmmm MMMHMHHM T3SW ww a iw1rr"w vr l EVENING LEDGBB PHILADELPHIA Sp mmfe?1 jm-i.-it Mffk . $ cy '- ESfcAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. EVENING O&la LEDGER "Pressing to Charles Sumher 1'UULlU LLUfJLK CUMl'AlM PASSED BY THE CENSOR his sorrow een England and America and his Intention to retire from orSAurr,,. ' P,lbHc ,lf0 ',s,Uch r "Cnt hV,d ""!? ", TP , that arc dark and trick, that jtfrf.$i P'V?,S n",J,, w,lh n "nso of1,,"lhe.r.h01 ' -f re vain, the Pennsylvania machine poll- "" n'rC'or' I w,,lch lofl M.!"oom for "c,so,lal or mU1nft ticlan Is the veriest Uro compared to His EDITORIAL BOARDS mu i un iils xue muuiis in tu i iisuinai cms ii. k. ccitib. rhatrtrmn. hitter calumny, have vvorled In the service jrJWTiAt . ExwutiyjMHgr , ot ,,mn,ltl ..Art for art's sake" does not P"f MAltTl.s General nuslnMs Mance produce great art PubihMdii7inTrtrrnTio t.rroEs I Our Rood will toward our followmen Is public spirit. To scaich out the ertccls ot rtiilMinr. Independence Satme Philadelphia ttrei...

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

VWanijinHHi fo3gm W" ' v J EVE NIK CK LEDGBP T'HTLADEl&f HIA-, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MB. AKD MltS. ALEXANDER VAN HEN SSEtiAER wilt give a stpall dinner dance "iftr Mils Cordelia Blddle, debutante daughter ef Mr. and Mr. Anthony J. Drexel Blddle, on .Tuesday evening, November at Camp Hill -Hall, Fort Washington, Pa. The guests wltt be. from the debutante set. Frederick L. Hally, of Cloverton, Ardmore, has Issued Invitations fo the tea to be given in honor of his daughter, Miss 'Edith H, Bally, en October 17. The card of Mr. and Mrs. 'Theodore Mltchett Hastings In Inclosed. Mlts Virginia Roberts and Miss Elsa Reath ill be the guests of honor tonight at a small dinner dance, which will be given by their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts, at thflr home In Rlverton. The guests will be from the debutante set and the younger men. Dr. Rnd Mrs. Qustav A. Van Lenncp have Just returned from Atlantic City to their home In Bala. Mr. and Mrs....

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

TilVTCNING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, QjrfiSPAY, SEPTEMBER jJMl tJS mS 1Q EVENING LEDUmtiJLJUAJLFi-T.n.x,., ix,xxa., - ;. WHAT EVERY TOMAN WANTSTO KNQW-fHINGS"fHAT INTEREST MAIPANgj " "i,-XA-JU T Tm TTnn .vnrtnn Tvrnwrc PTJniVr TUT?. TC17.AH AMRRlf.AN WOMAN 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. curious thing! My second day In Philadelphia wns n dreary day, until the evening came, when hope returned to me. I walked through mnn crowded streets, with my sad thoughts foi only company. Gone, nil were gone the old familiar faces, T was alone, nnd life was some thing: real and something despcrntclv liardl You know the loneliness of crowd ed streets, wtlh not a soul to talk to, not ono face to recognize? I under stand now why old maids have cati and parrots that they prow to lovo-aome day, perhaps. I too will reach that stage, unless 1 make some friends In this great cit...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

EZtiKfi - MDPMA" b ' W EVENING LBDGJaB PHILAPBPRBIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914 '"' . 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER NEW WARSHIPS WILL FILL GAPS IN FORCES OF KAISER ON SEAS Come and Trip Without a Flaw on the Light Fantastic Paw BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES ,-tEEMS to mc everybody's going , ) to school nowadays," said a little English sparrow as he bal t' ccd 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, "lie was so good to ft t$fC-$r J hey sat in rows on the telegraph tolrca and pretended they had school. nv always all summer. He always t out the, nicest crumbs! Three I uies a dayl" "I'm has he forgotten you now?" r-keil the mother sparrow. "No, not really forgotten mc," the little sparrow admitted, "but he don't pay attention to nie as he used to. He just throws out some crumbs in tlic niornmc and then hastily slams i ,.. ...i,..,i, ,,.;,- t'le window shut and runs off to I And would ...

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

ytp-'i mHKutM, tmmmmmmammgmtmmmmmmmmimimfit'' . - - ,- ,. vj ... -t t-gfcpsg-r ' -(-- -- -r: ' " EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, J-IfESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. I MACKMEN ENTER UPON THEIR SECOND TRAINING PERIOD-PENN OARSMEN REPORT RECORD NUMBER OF OARSMEN REPORTED TO COACH NICKALL8' 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 close and exciting campaign Against the American League allies, Connie Mack's six-time champion, are on the verge of their second training season of tho year. At noon today Eddie Collins and Frank Baker arrived. Other members of the squad nho will be coming Into Philadelphia within the ne.xt 24 hours are Bender, Plank, Davis, Schang, Barry, Oldrlng, and possibly Strunk and Mc Innls. All bf these players will take a few days' rest while the Athletics are play ing out their schedule In Washington. Baker Is going to take a day or so off fo...

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

- lip 1 1 rv aBHB z w 'WLmmc S-U i1 EVENING LEDGBB-PHlIADBI-IgJA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 29, 1014 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AfTfOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BROKERS ARE GIVEN GREATER LEEWAY IN MAKING BOND SALES Permitted Now to Trade Among Themselves Ex change Reopening Plans Depend on Reserve Bank Operation. Beginning today, and until further no tice, .dealers In investment securities which nro not listed on the Stock Ex changes may trade as between them--elves. They may Issue circulars or a t of their security offerings, but the prices to bo quoted, cither In Individual talts among brokers or to Investors, must Arst b' scrutinized and officially approved by the- special committee, representing tho different bond 'houses, named somo tlmo -go to sanction proposed stock and bond transfers. This Is tho first tlmo since the exchanges cloicd that such prlvllcgo has boon of ficially granted tho Investment brokers. They havo been permitted, for several weeks, lo ncgotlato sahs o'...

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. — 29 September 1914

Eff,i!wiry1 ' ? -.-woiy". w&W -- 1 "-?? "- .,w -v-' NIGHT EXTRA EVENING ismstspsstisiBimsimaBpi ?&&i 'vw H.NiiWfcgew LEDGER NIGHT t A I HA J VOIi. I itfO. li PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1914. PRICE ONE QDflj I Arrl 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. pnator James P. McNlehol, Penrose i thought tha "market plnre plan one renaror "" 0t the most wnrthv projects ever con- leader In Philadelphia na set the Mai 0?ved ., F,e ndmittc(1 he had talked of nls Approval of th3 two-million-doliar VTtn Counclimen about the scheme, rie land grab for in "Marble Hall" scheme also talked with "social workers" In of the Municipal Court. He talked it Crested. over with Councilman before the. "enter- SENATOR TALKS WITH JUDGE. Ins wedge," in the share of a oiil to Mrs. Richardson mentioned casually - eh., MiuiriaUn Home TrtDMty : that Judge Brown had tal...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

RfffTrraar- F" stm"" "-W -VWtfatW?0? SPORTS FINAL EVE NING ilgp' LEDGER SPORTS I FINAL VOL. I NO. 14 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT REPORTS VILLA DEAD BY ASSASSIN'S HAND IN MEXICAN CAMP His Secretary, Fierro, Who Was Charged With Kill ing Benton, Named as Murderer. i Carranza Holds on at National Palaco Despito Message De manding His Surrender to Calderon. ' EL PASO. Tex., Sept. 19. Reports teaching here today from Mexico porstst Jn saying that General Francisco Villa Jias been assassinated by his secretary, Fierro. Little credence Is placed In the rumors fcfcauso tho message from Chihuahua last night quoted Villa on tho present Mexican situation. Fierro was court-martialed and then released on the charge of having killed Denton, tho ranchman In Juarez, sev eral months ago. MEXICO CITY, Sept 29. Despite the demands of General Villa and Villa's goncrals, that Provisional President Vi-nustlnno Carranza resign, tho Indica tions today were that General Carranz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

9"'Mlrrfim fr&ty tg' 3 ;ww: JW" & " BI Pi 2 EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. ft I ' A i ItoUe - "lost eomtl Quen1 "W trlse prlva up t card on It' "Tr bio 1 head van Sill cat jjnj Bothft P"rt- K Frenfl battle "In fords my f rades unsu gun. "In. dcrla1 also force they Kunn a ca phraf equlvj to a entc them drink "W trlct undot furth road altho they gri point I a thlrs "A for given' mem after They at R was r first "Th! and. tered ace. I wa. atntl Lo "Be that going I am eurro color; "Th the w F. A the on th Ger them to s while few hands' "Till advan' Borne on bt aurprl towel onets, 200 t in th "Th ting n; and t ears but t woun conftri "I s tlon w All th except to do 'A B pri rat and1 I said, of th retur even fruit "T wltho to lie be K DOM Etean Gen Eve: Line with began! cargo- Jure EurtM uie In kins. J UoiiM cargn one Is "teptll mens of thd name I Is on Mich and At Jeora tut Mil Jamel 5.lnl Alhtrl Etta John Hurt alt J FlnrttKl llrrml Mildred I Alpno Tliar...

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