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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

Wl ivfi-i i i irf-r" 'Cfliffr?'3 &mmm' nwSpPHP1 . hwmm X EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, VEDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1914 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MISS HANSELL F. EARLE MissEarlc, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George IL Earlc Jr., will mako her debut this year. Mrs. Earlo will give a large debutante luncheon tomorrow at her home in Bryn Mawr in honor of her daughter. A LARGE liouse-warmlns party will be given tlio ovenlns of October 22 by Dr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Leldy nnd their daughter. Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy, who will bo a debutante this year. Dr. and Mrs. Lcldy's new house In Penllyn has been lately finished. The guests will be from the married set, nnd a number of Mlsa Leldy's friends will ulso attend. Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Hollopeter, of Mcrloto, an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mnrgucrlte Hollopeter. nnd A. Morris Herkncss, of Wyncote. Xo date has been set for the wed. ding. In spite of wnr nnd strife across the water, the social season hero hjds ...

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. — 30 September 1914

. y I - io EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914:.' WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON busj tile r The ate ELLEN ADAIR MEETS AH AMUSING GIRL, WHO ADVISES HER She Learns to Typewrite, and Takes Up a Tempor ary Position in a Large City Office. XV. i The seelnR eye mid uiidertnndlnix ho.n t , find kindly folk abounding ever.vwhcie My second night In Philadelphia I felt i o sad, and then r kindly thlui occurred . to chier me on my lonely, ciiilot vn.v. ' Outside the movlntr-plcturc house where I had seen thnt lovely pl.ty called "Hearts .Adrift," 1 was accosted by a checry.ylrl lsh voice, "Gee whiz, there, kid! Ain't i you the little 1'iiKllsli Klrl who didn't tin- I derstutitl the working of the phone up In our olllce?" , I turned aiound, nnd aw one of the I Blrls who had so l.itm'hed at me before. I nodded, nnd n lump came to my throat ' 1 felt Just like the story-Kill In "Hearts Adrift" for I nas drifting, drifting all alone, qui...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

& LJLULP1' 4 . R?--iJi, .??., ijiXn. i 55W Jfe j?,;?,,-. , , ZiSfy 3 4ffMJiiw m4 rrjjijlm X iropwOTK. 311 in iijmjinf ujulwi'iww - EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHlWlgDHli)SI)AY SEP'lEMER, 30, 19U. u CHILDREN'S CORNER -i. '.ri 'I M OH, MY, ISN'T HE JDST THE DARLING, MY BOLD SOJER BOY Nathaniel Davis;. Ayer, Jr., Enlists, Even Though It Breaks Mamma's Heart, but Decides to Wait for Next Regiment. Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr.. enlisted and started to war against his mother' wishes. Tlio parting was sad, but through the tears camo the words pt n brave fighting maris "Mamma, I know It breaks your heart to see tne go, nnd It breaks mine, too, but what would tho world think of me If I were to let the glory of England be trampled In the dust while I stayed home with Nana?" "Nana" Is tho nurso and she cried too, but a. "sojer" man must be hard as nails and not let a woman's sobs afreet him. Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr., chose Eng land as a country fit to fight for simply t because he didn't happen t...

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. — 30 September 1914

12 EVENING' UEDGER-PHITrABEL'PHI:, WEDNESDAY, SEl'l'EMBEK 30, 1914. t 1 WORLD'S SERIES MATTERS NOW UPPERMOST IN MINDS OF AMERICA'S BASEBALL FANS DETAILS ARRANGED FOR WORLD'S SERIES BY COMMISSION Baseball Moguls Hold Meet ing This Morning at Belle-vue-Stratford to Complete Their Plans. Tho National Commission, nrmed and well prepared ttlth a 50-ccnt piece, went Into mure, or less executive session at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel this morning to nrraiiKO the Inst details of the world's series. The piesence of the half dollar was made necessary because on the re sult of the toss depends where the first game between the Athletics and Brave will bo staged. The other detail requiring attention vma the naming of the dato for the llrst game. The arrangement of the series schedule, which Included the settlement of the ques tion as to whether two games should bo played In succession In Boston nml Phil adelphia, or one game alternately, as pro posd W Manager Stalllngs, wns another matter' to b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

ri' lhf0'Smmmm& R1 TSRF T pi V r EVENING IiEDGER-PHIi:AB33i;PHlA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, IQia. 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS STOCKHOLDERS WILL LOSE EIGHT MILLION ' DOLLARS IN OCTOBER Corporation Dividends Next Month Will Be That Much Smaller Because of European War Influences. Bccauee of tho European war, which has forced maiiy corporations, In view cf a stringency In general business, to conserve their assets us much ns pos sible, stockholders of railroad, Industrial and utility corporations will receive dur ing tho month beginning tomorrow a total of $160,386,583 In Interest and divi dend disbursements, as against $166,120, 653 paid out In the same month last year. Dividend payments will be smaller than last October by 'approximately $3,034,263. This falling off Is due to tho action of many companies In either passing their dividends or reducing or deferring action on them, Of tho total disbursements to bo made, Interest payments will...

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. — 30 September 1914

wmmmmmm $ NIGHT EXTRA EVENING ED GER NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914, PRICE ONE CENT m YARE ADMITS BAD WORK AT ISLAND PARK Walls' Demolition to Make Way for Park Practically a Confession to Faulty Construction. "Safe Bet No Dynamite Will Be Needed to Tear Them Apart," Veteran Building Wrecker Declares. Senator Edwin H. Vare. who o.n etructed the "near concrete wulls" in League Island Park nt a tost of in -i Ahan IJjo.OJ to the taxpayer, .vta-h three noted engineers condemned. It.- 'last confessed his work was failt. !:. lil orders sUuds of laborers hn. t-- -i down practhully tho entire stru-t i Only pmall parts of the crocked - i.l nru still visible. Expenditure- foi t' park thus far have, been about $t.v. . Laborers in the park frankly ad-ii.t'-'I toilav that demolishing the wall w.imi t a difficult Job. One man ventured to ! -clan- the Job was tho easiest li- ha I encountered In years, because of the faultv material with which the stru'-i!-wns...

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

- - v-TrwTTfmre'lvnBfiHHH WHH ) SPORTS I ttit rci XTTXT .JlJk-IL. T T? T dJ? TJ I SP0RTS I I ' TOL. I-NQ. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER HO, 1014, "" PRICE ONE OJSNT. ; BRYAN TO PLEAD HERE NEXT MONDAY FOR EUROPE'S PEACE Secretary of State Will Make an Address at Night Meet ing in the Convention Hall. BASEBALL MOGULS WIO ARRANGED DETAILS FOR THE WORLD'S SERIES The Rev. Dr. John R. Sutherland, of Ridley Park, and Rabbi Berkowitz Active in Movement. William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of Elate, will make tho first American ap peal for European pence In Philadelphia at a mass-meeting, to he held In Con ycntlon Hall next Monday night. Complete plans for the meeting have been made. Mr. Uryan v.as Induced to use Ills In fluence to arouse the American people to work for peace by the Rev. Dr. John It. Sutherland, of Ridley Park, for many yearn the pastor of tne Secretary of State. i ltiibbl Henry Bcrkoulti, of the P.odef Shalom Synagogue. Broad and Mount Vernon streets, naB father of th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

ir i R - EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. f General von Per Uolu. the German Reports have been received hero that pralsod the splondld discipline, of the owe of strong rclnforcemenLWor the-Al If FRENCH AGAIN HURL FORCES FORWARD IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON GERMAN LEFT, WING CZAR'S FORCES DRIVE GERMAN ONSET BACK TO RIVER NIEMEN est and tho Mcuse wo have mado a slight ndvanco. In the Moovro ,' Teglon violent fighting has taken place. Our troops havo advanced at many points, notably to tho east of St. Mlhlcl. On our right wins (Lorraine and the Vosges) there Is no change. During tho night Important dis patches wero brought from thi front and lights blazed until dawn In the offices bf tho War Department. It plainly was evident that something big .had occurred, and Paris Immediately 'Interpreted It as confirmation of tho reports of a victory. , .Another deelopment In this connec tion which was nccepted as favorable was tho demand from tho French gen ' erala In the north...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

BBwiSiwPbWlifr ly!1 il . .j0 Tt. fi,te-,tL &; V. " . EVENING' LEDGBPHrLAPELPHr WlEPffESPAY, SEPTEMBER 30 1914'. r 3 U. S. AGENTS AFTER MEN WHO STOCKED . NORWEGIAN BOATS Government to Hunt Out and Puriish Men Who Violated Neutrality by. Furnishing Supplies' to Cruisers. Violators of President Wilson's neutral' It)' proclamation or, persons who were re sponsible for the placing on board the Norwegian steamships Fratn and Som merstad, at this porl, coal and ship sup piles destined' for German warships are to bu prosecuted. Special agents 'of the Government arc now Investigating the cares In order to fix the responsibility, and a special com mission Is to be appointed cither by the President or upon a Congressional resolu tion to conduct a rigid Inquiry Into the affair, to moto out proper punishment. Shipping men hero vigorously , de nounced tho3o whose numes havo not been divulged for having any part In tbo transaction. They declared that a matter of thin kind was likely to In volv...

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

J T r r4 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY', SEPTEMBER 30, 1912. p. fc T - tt Pi y - , jar : ran -Us AVIATORS OF ALLIES FOILED INVASION OF FRANCE, SAYS FLYER Veteran Airman Declares Dirigibles Have Proved In ferior as War Machines Along Marne and Aisne. l'AIUS. Sopt ?0. , Aeroplanes hero proved their superior ity over dlrlsrlulct ns war machines according to Trench aviators, who say that nlrmcn nro the kln&s of modem battles One French aviator, resting In Paris for u few tla8, iaM successes of Allies aloii,; the Msnc liavo been duo to the efflclcnev of the nerlnl corps He be llmen the aviators iarfrelv "111 be ivipjnMblc for rlddtm: Kr.incc of th lir-rnmn foe ' It Is thanks to the aviator," he slid, "that wo have won our victories, and It will be thanks to him that In a few duvs vie will bi able to hunt the Germans out of France In mv opinion, sufficient has not Ikh'U said of the important part aviition lin piavtil In this war It Is ttuu that at first we were a bit taken hv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

tfT PALMER WILL ASK SENATE PROBE OF .; PENROSE FDND f Nominee- and Congressmen ' Kelly and Walters to Ap ?'pear Before Committee in ' Behalf of Norris Resolution. r EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,. 1914. J traojt otm btapt cORnrflroNnuMT.I WASHINGTON, Sopt 30.-neprcsenta-ttvo A. Mltcholl Palmer. Democratic nominee for United States Senator In Pennsylvania, Is to appear beforo tho flenata Committee on Privileges and Bice tlons on Monday to urgo favorable no tion on tho Norris resolution. This an nouncement was made today by Sonator Kern, nfter ho had failed to got together a fiuorum for a meeting of tho commit tee this morning. Two Washington party Congressmen, Kelly and Walters, appeared at tho oommltteo room this morning to testify as to tho expenditures of Boles Penrose In the Pennsylvania primary. Failure of a sufficient number of the members tb attend the meeting, however, mado It necessary for Chairman Kern to an nounce a recess until Monday, at 10 o'clock...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

i Stou "log ee ml? Que "V prist prlVi up card on ll "T bio head was Beat "T Botl part Frer battl "Ii 4 ford: my rade unsu gun. "Ii derh also forc4 they BUnii a cat phrajjj equl to a acntij then! "V trict und furtl; Toad alth they gry point If 2 JBVENINGr LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIAV WEDNESDAY,- SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. a pri fat and1 Jl aid. of th return even fruit "It witho to llel be Kfj Dor 3tear Ger Kvel Line .vlth tietfar .urgoll at re durois ire I.I ikins.l LonJ at-gol mo lj 'lentil nana I f li lame s on to: Mich nJ Ai n-1 Mi Jamd Ah.t tta 'I John aria Walt l"rem Hern !i1re, Alpru u f hurl: Ui. b ' ruh. Well crrse ii4 Hues, I Kutll jhn MO ihn 11 Kcml Uihel'J Ionia w Hord tt nireifl H4 I Julm I sthtrl I-Tani Hub Ueorg .rt, uet. IFfi Anted w n AYRLD'S PACING 'RECORD IS MADE BY DIRECTUM I Wonderful Thoroughbred in First Heat, at Columbus ' Goes Mile in 1 Minute 58 Seconds. COM'MIU'S. O., Sept. 30.-A great sur prise was sprung here on the knowing fones today when Directum I won the "first heat...

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

v -Jill MilgftL Syf 1 t1" nmmpw PEACE PARLEY BRfiUN-lBn'TisH cruisers quard .,,, ..,-' STRAITS OF MA8ELLAN UMMflM KMJJI TO i EIGHT IF NECESSARY "irst Chief Sends Word He Will Retire if Convention in Capital Accepts Resig nation, But Not Otherwise. MEXICO CITY, Sept. SO.-TJie Prat session of tho pence parley between rep resentatives of First Chief Vonustlnno Cnrranza nnd Gencrnl Francisco Villa Js under wny In Zaeatccas, according to a telegram from that city. General Car ranza's representatives aro General Obro gon, General Cosa, General Trovlno, Kd unrdo ltay nnd Bantos Coy, while tho delegates representing the leader of tho Division of tho North are Kugcnlo Ilenavldes, Ysnbel nobles and Colonel Ccnlccros. It Is the object of tho first chief's dele gates to maintain the status quo until tho renl peace convention Is held In this city next .month. WILL FIGHT IF HE MUST. Carrania, according to hlo friends, still maintains tho attitude that he should remain at tho head of tho governmen...

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

fc "T EVENINGS I&&& LEDGER HJBL1G LEDGER COMPANY crrnuB it, k. cuime, rtiDst. . N, W. 6eh, SertrT8 John C. Mrtln, Tressurr fcr,Hi K. Ludinrton, rhlllp 8. Colllnt, John D. Wll lm. Director. SDITORIAIt BOAIIDS Crttu it. K. Ccbtu, Chalrmiin. JOHN C. HAIvnK, ....... .pCTtrnl nnslness Minrtr JCaMlihfct dIIr. eicpt Bun1r, at Pcnt.ro Lroi r Bvlldlnr, Independenet Square, Philadelphia, UMti CXTiut,..,...,..,.'BrOAtl and Chutnut Strts ATt.!rt5 Cnr,...i. Press-Union Bullrtlnir Nw Tout ,.,.,,... 17IVA. Metropolitan Tower CtcUio........ ...... ..81T Home Inurnnce Dulldlnc London..!........ 8 Waterloo riaro, Tall Mall, S. W. NEWSDTjnEAU8! Tttirxi BniMOtt. .....The Pofrtol IlulMlnr wuntKaTOM I)muo .......The roit nulMlnr Nnr ToK DcuiDi ........ ...... The Timet Bulldlnt pxiLtit Fcntuj....... ..no Frlo1rlchetra IjONOON BvaiUD ...,S Pall Mall East. 8. W. f'lUi Bciiuc. .......n2 Hue Louis le Grand sunscmrnoN terms By carrier, DittT Omit, tlz cente. By mall, postpaid ontelde of Philadelph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

iy '- Y l ittppsrw nr t ' ti T, EVEyiKG LED&:B?HiLAPELPHIA, WEDNBBpAY, SEPJSHBEli 30 ' ' I .11 II,, '.,, ,,'.',,', 1, f. 11,1.. I. .,...!.. ...I.'..'' ,l'" M.ll ,..;1. -1 ' " I.... '" .1 -- 11& 4 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA H I 7 xstewf ' itfes MISS ILVN&ELL '. EAKLE Mi.sEarlc, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George II. Earlc Jr., will make her debnt fiiis ycaf- Mrs. Earle will give a large debutante luncheon tomorrow at her homo in Bryn fcfjwr in honor of her daughter. A LARGE house-warming party will be given tho evcnlns of October 22 by Dr. and Sirs. jToscph Lcldy and tbclr daughter, Miss Cornelia Carter Lcldy, who will be a debutante this year, pr. and Mrs. Leldy's new houso In Penllyn has been lately finished. Tho guests wilt be from (he married set, and a number of Miss Leldy's friends will also attend. Dr. and Mrs. "W. C. Hollopeter, of Mcrldrt, an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Varguerlto Hollopeter, and A. Morris Herkncss, f Wyncote....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

b: 'V K M t S V T ti-T I I i bo. If n sent. then! tlrinl "Vtf trict undol furtlj atthcfil they Rry poln I a thlrsU A4 lor Fiver, mem afte They! at R was first "Tl and, terei ee. I wa atatl lo tt ata! il hid 3t bed v- Ol the &22J prop them I to while! few hand; "Til advat; Some on b! surprj towel; onets! 200 t In th "Tl ting i and i ears but t woun contlr "I tlon . All tl I excep 1 to do pri'fi and1 said. of th returr even fruit "II irltho, to llel tie Kb Dor Steal Ger Kvel Line with beirnnl cargo! Jure Euro J me II skins l.onl ea'-goj one li "teptll mens of tlij namel Is on TOl M.rtil ti'l Mi Juirn 11 ni Aihfri Etta l llorlo I - Waltl llTflHl IIP Hern M i1r Alphd til "J ClitrlcJ (it o A? rh. Ucltl u-' rjre and Jamoa Ktttrl John MostJ John Ml rei, fiua, JM'll Hor, t Jin .rev lla i , J ha Kether Itani 1-jlUOt Mua Nary toid sueai Uet lUlt UJ4 u0" US?; X4 ht 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -30, 1914. - ;WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

Hfrmwmjw ?' Wa -i' li -1 EVEIsrlNa LTn-naTCnPTTTT.AmnT.PTrtA, WEJDNDSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,30,, 1914 i " - "' ' ' t . ,. - . . .. , , l , , i i i i Hi i I, -n I i i ii r i . It' i OH, MY, ISN'T HE JUST THE DARLING, . : ftY BOLD SOJER BOY i - i Nathaniel Divia -Aycr, j., ElnHsts, lEyenv Tholigh, It ,' Breaks Rjlamma's Heart, , but 'Decides ' to Wait for - Next Regiment! ? 1 Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr., enlisted and iUrted to war n&runst 'his mother's, wishes. ..The partlnn was sad, but through; (hi- tears ca'mo. the words of albravt' 'fighting' man: ''Mamma, I know It .breaks 'your heart to see mo bo, and Itbrenljs mine, too, but what would the" world think of mo if I wero to let the glory fit England be trampled 'In the dust while X stayed homo with Nana?" f '.'Nana" Is .he nurse and she cried too, bu't.a "sojer" man must be hard as nails i and riot let a woman's' sobs affect him. Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr., chose Eng land as a country fit to fight for simply -because ho didn't happen to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

A M Frerfl bait! "Iij tordi my ; rade unsufl jtun "Ii derlnj also lorci they SUm: a ca Dhra eault to a aent ttrlnl "ttl trlct undo!, turtl road alth they Fry poln I a thlrs "Ai for rclverf mem after! They at K was first "T. and teredj aee. T W3B atatll Xrfj H "Bi that FOln I an eurri color "T: the v F. A the on t Gr them to s whll few hand Tl ndva: Some: on b aurpr towel onets 200 tfl in th "Tl tins and ears hut t woun contlr "I tlon v All tl I excep I to do Ik ll TO 12 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", WEXarESlUY, SEPTEMBER 30, 101. BOSTON BRAVES' GREAT VICTORY IS MOST SENSATIONAL IN THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL . - - - - - - Tl ' Mi I I II BRAVES' VICTORY IS MOST NOTABLE IN GAME'S ANNALS Credit for Great Race Should Be Divided Among Stal lings, Evers, Maranville, Tyler, Rudolph and James. RECORD Oi? BRAVES' TRIUMPHAL MARCH Tos. W. I Pc. July 18 8 33 43 .44) July 19 7 34 43 .45R July.) 6 37 43 .411' July 21 4 3S 43 .4R1 (Continued In fourth place). AUK. 9 4 50 4G .Ml AUK. 10 2 SI 4(5 .5.V. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

1 ."m tf?" ?tJS ,1PF-'' "'sl "WWBIV (W? "a" 'toVHimTCr MPOEE-PHa.DEEPHla-. WEDNESDAY- BEPTEMBBB 30, ItfM. 13 Lr ATOTAt. AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION ATBQMEAW) ABIvOBARKElgEgOgTg 4' v5- A I I' Ml t i, U- BROKERS REPORT BETTER DEMAND FOR ''SHORT TERM NOTES Investors Are in Market for One-year Maturities. Railroad Equipments of Long Duration Active. Tho special, committee of tho Philadel phia Stock texchang today ruled that, until further notice, members of tho ex change) who desire to lssuo descriptive circulars covering ofEerlncs of securities In. which they aro Interested may do so, provided they first submit a copy of tho proposed circular to tho committee for Its approval. In Now York Investment bank ers are working along similar lines. The circular plan follows a general recognition by financial Interests of tho general 1m iSrovment which haa recently mado itself manifest. Houses here are reporting an active de mand for notes having short term ma turities. Thoso maturing In a year or...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

A rU-' and, tere( ce, 3 wa tatii X "B that Eoln; I an: eurri colon "t; the P. A the on tl Gen them to S' -while few Jinnd: "Tl! advatj Som on b aurpr towel onets 300 ti In th "Tl tins and ears but wouni contli "I tlon All til excepi to do l DOI w TOJ M.cnl inu Ai ip irj r. I MJ Jam. I. .nl Aiht-r Etta 'I John llttrls Malt 1' rtin Hern M dre. Alphfl Chirl: (Urli Al rah M'ettl U" ncel uft J Jam.. I Kail John Mna.J John 1 hriul tl ntld tnnlu Jehu l-lord AnirJ Ida J"hu JietheH rrinl Mary j Uooru UffSAt .trt llUtj U11 SOi Aatod ajui Oiu SPORTS EVENING LED Etj sports! JtV FINAL ' ., i VOL. I NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, lOft. PRIOID (MOD CENT YARE ADMITS BAD WORK AT ISLAND PARK '.Walls' Demolition to Make Way for Park Practically a Confession to Faulty Construction. VAKE CONFESSES ERROR BY DESTROYING CITY WORK HE DEFENDED ''Safe Bot No Dynamito Will Be Needed to Tear Them Apart," Veteran Building Wrecker Declares. Senator ridwin II. Vare. who con ducted the 'neap concrete...

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