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

' 4 mHfi$SV A WiS r'3S "-'V'i3jytlHV BABLOONISTS SOW SEEDS OF SUFFRAGE . FROM THE HEAVENS x Vour Prominent Aeronauts i Scatter Votes for Women Literature During Trial ,Trip of "Greater Philadel phia." ' Armed with suffrage banners and literature nnd echoing cheers for Phlla i, 1-1,1- tho Woman Suffrage cause nnd ?;:.. ninnkcnburg. four prominent -.rnnauts nscended In tho balloon ftarcnt rhllndelphla" from the V. O. I. creation Grounds shortly after 9 o'clock this morning to sow tho Beeds of "votes inr women" enthusiasm among tho farm ir and othor citizens of tho State. While BUffrnge literature wilt be drop ceil all along tho -route, the trip Is also made oa a "try-out" for the "Oreatcr Philadelphia" which was christened by Mayor HIankcnburg Just before tho de parture. H Is tho balloon's maiden Might, and Dr. Thomas E. Bldrldgo, tho pilot, declared he wished to devote the first trip to a good cause. Tho balloon has Just been obtained by the Philadelphia Aeronautical Society, of whic...

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

naxwmv vn - 'f i $" HfWl,SL1Vf ""'iP' W ! EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPni4.fPESPAY, SEPTEM6EB 29, 1D14'- II IS 1 ITALY SPEEDS FORCE AGAINST ALBANIANS, REPORT FROM ROME Interests Endangered by Turk's Election as Prince May Break Neutral Pol icy. GEN'EVA, Sept. . Italian troops have embarked on trans ports nt Brlmllsl for Avlon.i. tho capital of Albania, according to an unconfirmed report from Home. "In view of tho grave situation now existing throughout Europe, Italy docs not consider the offer of tho Albanian crown to a son of Abdul Humid, ex Sultan of Turkey, Is stifllclcntly lm poitant to Justify Intervention." sajs the Tribuna of Home, In an editorial on the Government's nnn ncutrallt. Turkey will reopen the Dardanelles tr navigation In a da or two, according to a dispatch from Constantinople. The European Powers have brought pres sure to bear on the Turkish Government since Its notification of the various diplomatic representatives that the straits would bo closed to It-attic, Tho po...

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

c -..- "-, 4m.,i m ,kmmm'M$mi- & ' JJ!"W(FjpwWw,y THREE POLITICAL i PARTIES, IN JERSEY CONVENE IN TRENTON Democrats Indorse Wilson Administration Republi cans Predict Victory Pro gressives in a Clash. .. 1,. -... TRENTON, Sept. 29.-Wlth three bier political conventions on In this city to day there Is scarcely a ripple to rlts- tlnsulsh convention day from any other, bo quietly are the meetings conducted unci so few aro the delegates here. The pew stylo of convention, which was urgea through tho Legislature when Woodrow fVlloon was Govornor of New Jersey, Is in sharp contrast to tho old-time shout' lngr, gesticulating, trading, band-playing political meetings. Tho direct primaries havo 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 suitable for all tho candidates of each ipnrty in tho campaign. In each con vention the Assembly and Sonato nomi nees, tho holdover Senators and tho S...

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

&vf3ifQr'rr V& -k- 6 DIRECTOR COOKE SEES WAY OPEN FOR UNITY IN PUBLIC SERVICE EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHlAttfESDAY, SEPTEIUBEB 29, 19U TRENTON STATE FAIR IN FULL SWING Believes Coming Conference of Mayors Will Be Effec tive Means for Devising Regulation of Utilities. Olreilor 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. Ho referred to the conference of Mavnri to bo held In Philadelphia 111 Novombrr ns the first step In the Intercity action toward regulation of public utilities' com panics. "The Importance of the great confer ence of Mayors of American cities, to be held In this city, November 12 to It, Is attested by our correspondence both with city ofllclals and with the rcpro ccntatlves of 'bis business,' " he said. Acceptances have been received from the Majors of M of the leading cities The utility corporations, on the other hand, appreciating tho Impor...

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

E7rp inc 1 PRINCE PILLAGED' CASTLE OF RELICS, ; BARONESS CHARGES EVENING 'LBI)6BR-?HILADBLbHbsj;Ujli!.SiAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191J. Kaiser's Son Personally Led Plunder of ArcheologicaJ Collection of Baron de Baye, Is Accusation. BORDEAUX, Sept 29. The German Grown Prince personally plllsiecd a vatunblo nrchcologlcal collec tion nt tho home o Baroness Do Bayo, during the two days that ho made his hendiuartcre nt nor cnateau near Champ ru Ucrt, according to a letter from tho Baroness which waa published In tho Matin. .. . - Tlie collection waB mado by Baron De Ilaic during 23 years of his travels In the Caueausus. it included arms, Jewels, medals and vases, and also presents from the Car. Baroness Do Bayo declares that tho C 1 czar and Czarina In tho chapel of tho t Wi rlinleaU "My husband had a splendid archeo Joglcat museum," said the Baroness. "When tho Germans took possession of the estate, tho Crown Prince smashed all the glass cases with the butt of his re volver. The Jowels that su...

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

t&f ' fc EVENING IiKDGE,RPHILADELPmA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 29,1014. i ' EVENING efl3 LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY I CTttOS H. K CUtlTIS. FtMincxT. CJep, W Och. Secretary; John C Martin. Treasurers Charles H. Litdlngton, l'hlllp S. Collins. John B. Wil liam, Director. UDITOtltAtj nOAUD: CIRCS It. K. Ccrtis, Chalrmnn. f. tt witAt.nr uwutiverMitr IQllU C MAIIT1N ,Oenernl "mlnes Mnnf fubllnheil dally, wtcept Sunday, nt Penile LrhJ" tliilMlnft Independence Hqnirf rhlUdotphtn. Irooxn CrstnAL..., nrond find Cheitniit Street AttANTI- Cut t'rrM-lnlon llulldln Ne Yobk 170-A Metropolitan Tower Ciucaoo SIT lloniL- tnmnnc( nulMlns Lonm.v.... .... ...8 Waterloo lMnre, Pall Mull. S. NUvVBhCtlBArR! TmtBPM nrmtAt! ,Th rVifrfot nulld ns Wamiimitov Rmnti Th roit null'! " Nr Vouk Hmsau The Tfie KiilMlng Pratv HinKAt' ho Prleilf lchtrn;i I.omiov IlriiBvu 2 Pall Mull t:at. s. w. Pasta BinEAU 32 Hue Louis le Grand suiisriiirrios tkbms tlrrarrler. njit.r OM.r, lx ccnt II)- mall. pe!pald witelde of Philade...

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

EfSS ri i iii"" ii 'TWWSfJH PW5W EVEKlttG LEDftEE-PHILADELPHlTUEEiDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA nrR. AND MltS. ALEXANDER VAN REN JVl S8EDAER will give a smalt dinner danco for Alias Cordelia Diddle, dobutanto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Drexcl Btddte, on Tuesday evening, November 10, at Camp Hill I tall. Fort Washington, Pa. The guests wilt be from the debutante set. Frederick It. Ually, of Cloverton, Ardmore, Ims Issued Invitations for the tea. to bo ftlvon In honor of his daughter, Miss Edith IV Bally, on October 17. The card of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mitchell Hastings In Inclosed. JIIsb" Virginia Roberta and Miss Elsa Reath Will be tho guests of honor tonight at a, small dinner dance, which wilt be given bythelr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Roberts, at their homo In Rlverton. Tho guests wilt bo from the debutante set and tho younger men. Dr. and Mrs. Gustav A. Van Lcnnep have just roturncd from Atlantic City to their home In Bala. Mr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

m 10 m " m "'y " " " .' iwwpmiwjb uuiiii iiupmn-i "TT'C EVENING LEDGER PHIIJADELP SrSSSmmmm XlwJkfJL TtTESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON lit urn ELLEN ADAIR SEES MOVING PICTURES . AND ROMANCE She Drops "Movies" a Famous Play. Into a Nickel Show and Sees Actress in Sad XIV. The turn of Fortune's wheel la such a curious thing! Sly second day In X'hlladclphla wns n dreary day, until the evening came, when hope returned to me. I walked throush many crowded streets, with my sad thnuRhts for only company. Gone, nil were gone, the old familiar faces, I was nlune, and life was some thing real and something desperately hard! You know the loneliness of crowd ed streets, wtlh not a soul to talk to, not one face to rccoanl2e? I Under stand now wlii. old mnids have cats and pnriots that they grow to love some da , perhaps, 1 too will reach that stage, unless 1 make some friends In this great city who wi.l want to talk, and keep mo com...

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

d&ILDREN'S CORNER Tfe- - itfHi Hfft wp f) 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 ill JtBS&. 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 mc." the little sparrow admitted, "but he don't pay attention to me as he used to. He just throws out some crumbs in the morning and then hastily slams the window shut and runs off to school." The mother sparrow laughed, "Well, if that's all the ill treatment you get I shouldn't think you'd worry I wouldn't." "But I don't like it," said the lit...

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

mmmmmmmmm. fcRSeVWw '.tvVWi 12 ppw EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHlArTUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 isC - -n MACKMEN ENTER UPON THEIR SECOND TRAINING PERIOD-PENN OARSMEN REPORT 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 alx-tlme champions, nie on tlio verge of their second training season of the year. At noon today Eddie Collins and Frank Baker arrived. Other members of the squad who will bo coming Into Philadelphia within the next 21 hours are Bender, Plank, Davis, Sehang, Barry, Oldrlng, and possibly Strunk and Mc Innls. All of these players will take a few days' rest while the Athletics ate play itig out their schedule In Washington. Baker Is going to take a day or so oft for the purpose of visiting his farm at Trappe, Md., where he will keep tne edge on his batting eye by using t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

agmiimjtmttvlM ' IQ"fF'Sel3SI irr!J 1 H? EVENING LEPaBIt-PHILADELPHLgrSlUJESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 29, 1914. is FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BROKERS ARE GIVEN; GREATER LEEWAY IN MAKINGBOP SALES Permitted Now to Trade Among Themselves Ex7 change Reopening Plans Depend on Reserve Bank Operation. Coincident with the lifting; today of certain restrictions which have pre vented a broader Rcalo 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 receptive mood arid willing t listen to reason. Thcro ap pears to bo a general feeling of con fidence In tho ability of the financial situation to readjust Itself, and the re ult has been a brisk domand for securities of the hleheat grade, partic ularly tho utilities. Success of the Now York dlty note Issuo of $100,000,000 has Inspired greater confidence and thero Is a brisk demand locally and In New York for tho three ea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 September 1914

K - y I I sports I T7i7T?XTTXTri fN&JmA If FINAL Hi V JLllllllvJ J3!2HHmS u i I VOL. I-NO, 14 ) r, , . LEDGER SPORTS FINAL -t 3 ,f Philadelphia, Tuesday, September 20, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT; 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. ! Penator James i'. MeNichol, Penrose thought l he "marble lull" plan "on Under in Ph.ladelphla. na. set the sea. ; & $'& "fiXto of nis approval of the two-mllllon-dellar ; witn n Counetlmen about the scheme Hi Una grab for Hi "Marble Hall" schema also talked with "social workers" In ot the Municipal Court. He talked interested. ntar with Councilman oetore me cmer- ' oK.-Ntwun i.'uno ....... .. Ins wedge, ' in tht shap of .1 bill te , condemn the Magdaien Home property THE CANDIDATE AND HIS SUPPORT at list and Racb otreetb was introduced In Council-.. Senator McXichot mini:-, tho ifna gab bing Municipal Court plans ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

'If NIGHT EXTRA EVENING SttbtttLMiflu LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT OLD GUARD ASKS FEDERAL EMPLOYES . FOR CAMPAIGN AID Letters From Democratic City Committee Viewed .With Suspicion as Product of Bipartisan Machine. Federal employes In this city bcllevo that a secret Investigation to determine the political aflUlatlon o( every person employed In tho various Federal de partments hcio Is being conducted by agents from Washington. There Is lit tle possibility, however, of tho results ot tho investigation being mado public, tho employes say, since ono of tho first things that will bo 'uncovered will bo tho attempts of the "Old Guard" Demo cratic City Commltteo to levy political assessments upon tho Federal employes. Letters requesting substantial and prompt contributions to tho Democratic campaign fund linvo been received by nearly all tho employes In the Postofilco, the Custom IIouso and tho Internal Revenue departments with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

.'wmmwwp 3 EVENING LEDCrER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. Mi 8 jpj 3!' tii M l L i I: n - FRENCH AGAIN HURL FORCES FORWARD IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON GERMAN LEFT WING! EIGHT ARMY CORPS N FUK UUS KAT' ,H.! retreat of Von Kluk's army would nat urally compel the retirement of the entire German force. Thord Is no piv otal point In tlio extreme eastern part of France for the army to swing upon, so that we assume that the Herman left will fall back to Metz ntul the centro and right wing wilt move back ward to Belgium. It Is my opinion that the next big battle wilt bo fought on Cierman nnd Belgian soil and that the Germans will bo strletlv upon the defensive. I would not bo surprised ito see Germany suing for peace by the beginning of 191G." Wounded Kronen nnd British Eoldlers arriving In this city report tremendous fighting along the line, especially at the western end, where the Allies have been making a supreme effort to shat ter the Invaders' flank, tho losses aro frightful. Ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

hl uUSt p57'K5p,eWf,irpiJWMl ''J "t I B. S: AGENTS AFTER MEN WH.0 STOCKED NORWEGIAN BOATS l' Government to Hunt Out and -Punish Men Who Violated Neutrality by burnishing Supplies to Cruisers. Violators of President Wilson's neutral ity proclamation qr persons who were re sponsible for the placing on board the Norwegian steamships Fram and Som merstad, at this port, coal and ship sup plies destined for German warships arc to be prosecuted. Special agents of the' Government are now1 Investigating the casco In order to fix the reiponslblllty, and a special com mission Is to be appointed either by the President or upon a Congressional resolu tion to conduct -a rigid Inquiry Into tlio affair, to mnto out proper punishment. Shipping men hero vigorously de nounced, thoao wheso names have not been divulged for having any part In the transaction. They declared that a matter of this kind was likely to In Tolve the United States In another Ala bama case. Tho senoral cargoes of tho Fram and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

I fc i'i PS mi ! ' v It 3 t I It i W t lift lr EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA',' tVEDfrESDAY. ,. SEPTEMBER 30, 191a. AVIATORS OF ALLIES FOILED INVASION OF 1 FRANCE, SAYS FLYER Veteran Airman Declares Dirigibles Have Proved In ferior as War Machines Along Marne and Aisne. VAIUS. Sept. SO. Aeroplanes here proved tlielr superior It)1 over dirigibles ns wnr machines, According to French aviators, who say that airmen nro the kings of modern battles. ,, One French aviator, tcjtlnK In l'arls for a few days, says successes of Allies Ions the Alsne have been due to tho efflclimoy of the nerlal corps. He be lieves the aviators larpely will be responsible for rlddlnK France of the German foe. "It Is thanks to the aviator." he said, "that we have won our victories, and It will bo thanks to him that In a few days we will be able to hunt the Germans out of France. In my opinion, sufficient has not been said of the Impoitnnt part aviation has played In thli wur. "It Is true that at first we were n bi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

b&f BVEWI.G- L'EljgiilB-PHaJvADiilPHW.iiJJjjgf!-- s uj t jaimtjHJu B CONFESSES KILLING JODHG WOMAN CLERK I- AND ROBBING STORE Struck Down Victim With Hatchet and Stole Contents 1 'of Cash Register Because t He Was "Broke." AKP.ON, O., Sept. 30.-Sul1cnly refus ing (o add to tits signed confession that lia brutally murdered pretty 23-year-old "Vlnnle Becker, mission worker, Harry Boomer, 26 years old, today prepared to iclt Ids story to the Summit County Grand Jury. Boomer with utter calm, pollco say, told how he entered tho little Barges street tea store where Vlnnlo Becker was tho clerk, how., ho proposed to -rob tho store, sho recognize Mm and lut struck her down, then finished Rio'Srtfr- der with a heavy steel hatchet; how ho mink tho weapon to the handle In tho victim's skult and lied with $62, tho con tents of the cash register. "I was broke. I went to tho storo to rob tt. Tho girl said, 'How aro you, Harry?' She stooped ovor a barrel to gt some oatmeal. I Btruck her. Sho ra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

S' Evening ledger-Philadelphia', Wednesday, septembek-3o, 1013. DEMOCRATS GAIN 'POINT IN DELAWARE i LEGISLATIVE MIXDP 1 Four Members Declared Eli gible to Sit in Assembly. House to Decide Status of Two Others. BASEBALL MOGULS WHO ARRANGED DETAILS FOR THE WORLD'S SERIES DOVER, Del, Sept. SO.-Attornev Gen eral Joslnh O. Wolcntt nml i'o.Io i om mlssloners Herbert H. Ward nnd T Itay ard Heiscl, to whom was refomd the ''question of eligibility of si tnnn'jcra to sit In the special session, todav sub mitted a report to the General Assemblv They declared that no technicalities urrounded the right to sit of Senator Harris and Representatives McDonald nnd Btocckel, and speaker ltolcomb In the ease or Representatives (."nnper ' nd Swan, who are charged with heing ' dual officeholders, they reported that there ' was doubt, but that the House under 4thc Constitution, was the Judge of tl-e eligibility of it members ! . After an hours skirmishing between1 j the Democrats and Republicans, the cllg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

X? '"w ' iWsy ' U! "I!P EVENIN.G KEDGEB-PHIgADBLPHM VyEDKESDAY, SEPTEMKER 30, 1914. - FIGHT ALONG AISNE ' PROBABLY GREATEST , IN HISTORY OF WARS ! Expert Declares Passage of River by Frontal Attacks Would Be Most Notable Military Feat. LONDON, SepL 30. In an Interesting nrtlcte In the London Dally IJxpreSs, Lieutenant - Colonel .Atsagcr pollock, of the Hrltlsh army, gives a minute description of the theatre of the world's greatest battle on tho banks of the Alsno. It Is only necessary to possess reasonable Intelligence and a fairly largo map of tho country through which tho Alsno flows In order to understand how It Is that tho Allied army, after successfully effecting a crossing, has not only been prevented from prosecuting Its advance beyond tho river, but has oven been temporarily driven back to the left bank, at somo points, by counter-attacks, and thus com pelted to bravo agnln and again the perils of forcing the passage. Colonel Pollock describes the Alsno as a. very sluggish r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

'"-' --"- EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, Wtfl np( DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. EVENING &$& LEDGER TUDLtC LEDGER COMPANY CTnUS II. K. CURTIS, rni!IDiT. , tt, W. Oeti. Beretirr: John C. Mivrtln. Trfurr! thrl It. Ludlngton, Philip 8. Collins, John 11. Wll Itami. Director. EDiToniAijnoAnDt CTici If. K. Cdbtii, Chairman. T. It. WltALKY Exfcutlra TMItor JOHN C. MAnTIN....t...OtnMl tlimlnm Managtr rubtlihM dally, ept Bundajr, nt PfM.lfl Lipoes Dnlldlnic, Indpndnc Square, Philadelphia. tAMmt CNTt. Hroact and Clttatnut BlrMtn ATtAHTIC Citt VrwUnton nulldln fiw TOK 1T0-A, .Metropolitan Toner rcio....... ....817 Home Insurance nulldlng KDOi...........8 Waterloo Place, Tall Mall, S. V. NEWS DUIIEAOS ! fTiMiMtnt'i nmric The PotHof Building WntsTON tlciMDi The Totf itultd tig Mrw Tnm Brntito ......The Timea nulldlng tizaMN IlcatiP HO FrleilrlchetraMo LH com Bl'tllD 3 rait Mall East, S. V, Flits Doric. . . . . . ... 32 Rue Louts le Grand subscription terms Br carrier. Djtttt O.itr. l cents. ...

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