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

mwwf'mma'wf!rn" r 'WfttW'WTFaa POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT OLD GUARD ASKS FEDERAL EMPLOYES FOR CAMPAIGN AID t - Letters From Democratic City Committee Viewed With Suspicion as the 'Product of Bipartisan Ma chine. Federal employes In this city believe that a secret Investigation to determine tho political affiliation of every person employed In tho various Federal de partments hero la being conducted by ngcntn from "Washington. There Is llt tlo possibility, htfwdvcr, of the results of tho Investigation being mado public, tho employes say, since one of the first things that will bo uncovered will bo tho attompts of the "Old Guard" Demo cratic City Committee to levy political assessments upon tho Federal employes. Letters requesting substantial and prompt contributions to tho Democratic campaign fund have been received by nearly all tho employes In tho Postofllce, the Custom House and tho...

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. — 30 September 1914

"Vt it 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIAWDSrESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. FRENCH AGAIN HURL FORCES FORWARD IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON GERMAN LEFT WING tm Kt IE I Hi If1.' retreat of Von Kluk.'s army would nat urally compel the- retirement of the entire German force. There Is no piv otal point In the extreme eastern part of Krone for the army to swing upon, so that we assume that tho Gorman left will fall back to Mctz and tho Oj Hit centre and right wlntr will move back ward to Belgium. It Is my opinion that the noxt big battlo will bo fought on German and Belgian Boll and that tho Germans will bo strictly upon tho defensive. I would not bo surprised to see Qermnny suing for peace by the beginning of 1915." Wounded French and British soldiers arriving In this city report tremendous fighting along tho line, especially at tho western end, where tho Allies have been making a supreme effort to shat ter the Invaders' flank, the losses nre frightful. Every trench that the Ger mans have been compelled to...

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. — 30 September 1914

"'-ynUfmrfi'm''- n&pErWipvqm'A U.S. AGENTS AFTER MEN WHO STOCKED NORWEGIAN BOATS i Government to Hunt Out and Punish Men Who Violated Neutrality by Furnishing Supplies to Cruisers. Violators of President Wilson's neutral Hy proclamation or persona who were re sponsible for the placing on board the Norwegian steamships Fram nnd Som merstad, at this port, coal and ship sup plies destined for German warships are to be prosecuted. Special agents of the Government are now Investigating the caseo In order to fix the responsibility, and a special com mission Is to bo appointed either by the President or upon a Congressional resolu tion to conduct a rigid Inquiry Into the affair, to mcto out proper punishment Shipping men ,icr0 vigorously de nounced thoso wheso namos have not bcn divulged for having any part in the transaction. They declared that a matter of this kind was likely to In volve the United States In another Ala bama case. The general cargoes of the Fram and the Sommerstad ha...

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. — 30 September 1914

PWEMtofttti 2 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA.WIDDNEBAY, SEPMBEB 30, 1914. mm AVIATORS OF ALLIES FOILED INVASION OF FRANCE, SAYS FLYER Veteran Airman Declares Dirigibles Have Proved In ferior as War Machines Along Marne and Aisne. PARIS, Sept. 30. Aeroplanes hero proved their superior ity over dirigibles rs war machines, Recording to French aviators, who say that nlrmen nro the kings of modern bftttlos. Ono French nrlator, testing In 1'arls for n few days, says successes of Allies along tho Alsno have been due to thu efficiency of the aerial corps. Ho be lieves the aviators largely will be responsible for ridding France of thu German foe. "It is thanlts to the aviator," he said, "that wo have Mon our victories, and It will be thanks to him that In a few days we will be able to hunt the Germans out of France. In my opinion, sufficient has cot twin said of the Important part aviation has played In this war. "It Is true that nt first we were a bit taken by surprise by the Germans, who had 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. — 30 September 1914

fwv- fSfWW' MJLjAjjtjr-'iiinJ if i Hi HBHHH EVENING LBDGEB-PHILADBLPHM WEDNESDAY, S Em' EMBER 30, 1914. 5 CONFESSES KILLING YOUNG WOMAN CLERK AND ROBBING STORE Struck Down Victim With Hatchet and Stole Contents of Cash Register Because He Was "Broke." AKItON, O., Sept. 30. Sullenly refus ing to odd to his signed confession that ho brutally murdered protty 23-ycar-old Vlnnlo Becker,, mission worker, Harry Uoomor, 2S years old, today prepared to tell lil" story to tho Summit County Grand Jury. Boomer with utter calm, pollco say, told how he entered the little Barges street too. storo whero Vlnnlo Becker was tho clerk, how ho proposed to rob fho store, sho recognized him and ho struck her down, then finished tho mur der with a heavy steel hatchet; how ho sunk tho weapon to tho handle In tho victim's skull and fled with $62, tho con tents of tho cash reglstor. "I was broke I went to tho store to rob It- Tho girl sold, 'How are you, Harry?" Bho stoopod over a barrol to get some oatmeal. ...

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. — 30 September 1914

0 EVEKING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', IDNEBDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 191. if fW 1 r A ft If ! ! i H lif I'. I Md I ft 5' DEMOCRATS GAIN POINT IN DELAWARE LEGISLATIVE MIXUP Four Members Declared Eli gible to Sit in Assembly. House to Decide Status of Two Others. DOV'KH. Del , Sept. 30. Attorney den ral .toslnh O. H'olcott nnd Code Com mlssloners Herbert H. Ward and T. Bay ard Hclsel, to whom was referred the question of eligibility of si members to sit In the. special session, today sub mitted a report to the General Assembly. The declared that no technicalities surrounded the right to sit of Senator Harris and ncprrentatlves McDonald and Btoeckel. and Speaker Holeomb. In the cases of Representatives Cooper and Swan, who are charged with being dual officeholders, they reported that there was doubt, but that the House, under tho Constitution, was tha Judge of the eligibility of Its members. After an hour's skirmishing between the Democrats and Republican, the ctlgl blllty of Representatives Cooper...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

KpRPviuinujpjMJnu liijjii HWW BNwv- EVENING LEDaER-PHILADBLPHlArwFEDNEgDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 101.4;. m FIGHT ALONG AISNE PROBABLY GREATEST IN HISTORY OF WARS Expert Declares Passage of River by Frontal Attacks Would Be Most Notable Military Feat. LONDON, Sept 00. In an Interesting article In tho London Dally Express, Lieutenant - Colonel Alsager Pollock, of tho British nrmy, gives a mlnuto description of tho theatre of tho world's greatest battle on tho banks of the Alsnc. It Is only necessary to possess reasonable Intelligence and a fairly largo map of tho country through which tho Alsno Hows In order to understand how It Is that tho Allied army, after successfully effecting a crossing, has not only been prevented from prosecuting Its advanco beyond the river, but has oven been temporarily driven baqk to tho left bank, at some points, by counter-attacks, and thus com pelled to bravo again and again tho perils of forcing the passage. Colonel Pollock describes the Alsno as a very sluggi...

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. — 30 September 1914

s EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIr'WEDNEgDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. B I MU- il I is m V i m EVENING g&ib LEDGER PUDLIG LEDGER COMPANY emus it. k. curtis, president. Geo. W. Oehs. Secretary I John C. Martin, TrMUfr! ChnrUs Hr Ludlngton, Philip 8. Collins. John D. Wil liams. Director. KDITOniAL BOAI1DJ CTSM H. K. Ccmits, Chairman. P. It. WltALET.... ,.,.,.. ....Btecutlrr) Editor JOltN C MAnTltt........ .General Buelnws Mitmtw rubllahed dally, except 8uti.ay. at FcttMO Lwxita Hulldlns, independence Square, Philadelphia. t-EMER Cis-nut,. ......... .Broad and Chestnut Street! ATLANTIC Citi Frf't'Vnifin Building New Tons.... 1T0-A, Metrnpolltan Toircr CmcMiJo 81T Home Insurance Bulldlnp I.ONtot 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. W. NEWSBWIEAUB. lUnnUBtTiKJ BOBIAD The PatWo. Bo lid n Washington BoiEin. The Post nulMlna; Nrw Vobk BrjRSiC....... ...The Tlmta Bulldln iebM.n neiug 0 FrledrlchtrBje I.osrov Bcu.iv... 2 Pall Mall East, S. W. 1'isis Bureau .....32 Rue Louts le Grand simscniPTio.N terms ...

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

ffnitfr "" Jw yM,L X.J'm y - .. ,iiitir"jap'fSfcffkrAaii r--f7BIA vwiggysV' HLyfWm 'JiMspy fc EVENING LEDGER PHIDADEUP 1. i i.i. i '' lrjR WPipf" SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MISS HANSELL F. EARLE MissEarlc, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George II. Earlc Jr., will make her dcbul thig year. Mr. Earle will give a large debutante luncheon tomorrow at her homo in Bryn Mawr in honor of her daughter. REAIi autumn weather drove the feminine ,mnmbers qf the Gcrtnantown Cricket Club, Jlanhclm, Indoors yesterday afternoon and made the last of the ladles' day teas n, cozy affair. After a. desperate fight to win a match In the tennis tournament, a roaring fire, a steam ing cup of tea and Just a wee bit of harmless gcjslp went far towards comfort, cozlness and a. general good time. Among those noticed were Mrs. Philip Adam son, Mrs. 'William Jordan, Mrs. Arthur Haines, Mrs. James Mapcs Dodge, Mrs. Harold SHI, Mrc. Frances Butler Reeves, Mrs. Mervyn Gra hm, Mrs. John Seeds, Miss He...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

piiijMifcajii, " A Ttouel "loan end Quet "Y prise prlV UP I card on It 'T bio head was cat "T8 Uothl Dart I FrenJ battl "Uf rorrtt! my i radei unsu sun, "Ir derli also force! they : BunnSi a ca phra equld to a Jentdi the: irln "W trict undo furtl Toad ltli they Rry poln I a thlra "M for Five meml after They at R. was first-: "Tl and, teredi aee, I wa: atatl Lo that Roln I an eurro colon "T: the F A the s! on t! Germ! them to while few- hand "Tl: advar Some on b jsurpr! towel onets 200 t In th "T! ting t and cars but f woum eontlr "I tlon All th' exeent ... ,-. & to Uo .) w prlfa nd'- : aid. of th returrjl! even fruit "I witho to lie be Kb ! DOM IB EVENING LEDGEB-PHIIiADELPHlAVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR MEETS AN AMUSING GIRL, WHO ADVISES HER r m Br TO She Learns to Typewrite, and Takes Up a Tempor ary Position in a Large City Office, xv. The seeing ye nnd understanding heart find kindly folk abound...

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

1 1 WIT- EVENING LEPGEB-PHI'LADELpklA EDNE8PAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 ' ' ' ' r 1 ! Jr , ' I " . " T v a BMrn , 11 CHILDREN'S CORNER OH, MY, ISN'T HE JUST 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 ngalnst his mother's wishes. Tho parting woa sad, but through the tears camo tho words of a bravo fighting man: "Mamma, 1 know It breaks your heart to see me go, and It breaks mine, too, but what would tho world think of me If I wero to let tho glory of England bo trampled In tho dust while I stayed home with Nana?" "Nana" Is tho nurso and she cried too, but a "sojer" man must bo hard as nails and not let a woman's sobs affect him. Nathaniel Davis Ayor, Jr., chose Eng land as a country fit to fight for simply because ho didn't happen to be In another land. With his mamma, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William II, McFndtlen, of Qlensl...

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

wv W ffi itUIJ fij-n lrp Iff 'ft K n WSATTfiTVAT. iwwpwwwmwniii 12 ' EYENIKa LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEjDyBSD'AY. SEPTEAIBEB 30,' 1014. PAQTHN RTJ A VF.Q' nTJF AT VTPTnRY TC. MOST STi BRAVES' VICTORY IS MOST NOTABLE IN GAME'S ANNALS IN THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL Credit for Great Race Should Be Divided Among Stal lings, Evers, Maranville, Tyler, Rudolph and James. RECORD OF BRAVES' TRIUMPHAL MARCH Tos. W. July IS s 35 July 19 7 3i5 July M t) 37 July 21 4 33 (Continued In fourth place), Aug. 0 AU. 10 Aug. 11 Aug. 12 GO 2 SI 3 SI 2 fit (Held second place), 2 59 Aur. 22 Aug. 23 AUK. 21 2 All. 23 2 Aug. 23 2 All,?. 27 3 Atlr. 2 3 Aug. 29 2 Aug. 3d 2 Aur. 3t 2 Sept. 1 . 2 2,-' 1 3 2 4 2 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. S9 S3 6) 60 60 60 62 63 63 63 63 63 66 67 6S 69 69 7 (a. m.) "(p.m.) 8 Tied with Giants. Since gaining the lend on September S, when they defeated the Giants In the docidlns game of a series In Bos ton, the Braves have not been headed. During the Ions ipurt from July IS ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

EVENING :LEDGERPHIU:A.PELPHLA.,v WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 30, 1914 1 i . . t., i , . . . . i, , , i , T.... ' ' i 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS i STOCKHOLDERS WILL LOSE EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS IN OCTOBER Corporation Dividends Next Month Will Be That Much Smaller Because of European War Influences. Because of the European war, which has forced many corporations, In view of a stringency In general business, to conserve their assets tts much as pos sible, stockholders of railroad, Industrial nd utility corporations wilt receive dur ing the month beginning tomorrow a total of $1G0,3S6,G85 In Interest and divi dend disbursements, as against $106,120, K3 paid out In tho same month last year. Dividend payments will be smaller than last October by approximately $3,034,263, This falling oft Is duo to tho action of many companlos In cither passing their dividends or reducing or deferring action on them. Of the total disbursements to bo made, interest paymen...

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

u POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING Li j U vXJlLi MX POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 15 PiniiADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT VARE ADMITS BAD WORK AT ISLAND PARK Walls' Demolition to IVIake Way for Park Practically a Confession to Faulty Con-, struction. "Safe Bet No Dynamite Will Be Needed to Tear Them Apart," Veteran Building Wrecker Declares. !&&&$ fcfc Senator Edwin H. Vare, ivhn con structed the "near concrete nails' iti League Island Park nt a co-t of more than $230,000 to tho tap.ivei. vvhUh -tMree noted engineer condemned has .11 lS last confessed his work wn faultv. H his orders squads of laborers ) 1 a i tm down practically the entlte stru Hi Only small paits of the irniked "all are still visible Expenditures for th park thus far have been about Jl .iMVn Laborers In the park frunl.lv admitted todav that demolishing the wall wasn't a difficult 1ob. Qe nuin ventured to de clare the Job was the e.nlest he ha. I encounteied 1n years, because of the fa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

i- JTiAi. t bSliT u.t;.UiilW m:',- W-iJllll -. -&&&S25&& rnmrnmm juyjm yiyj " SPORTS EXTRA EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. I-NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 11)11. PRICE ONE CENT 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 WHO ARRANGED DETAILS FOR THE WORLD'S SERIES The Rov. Dr. John R. Sutherland, of Ridley Park, and Rabbi Berkowitz Activo in Movement. William Jennings Bryan, Secretary of State, wilt make the first American ap peal for European peace In Philadelphia at a mass-meeting, to bo held In Con vention Hall next Monday night. Complete plans for the meeting havd been, made. Mr. Uryan wan Induced to use his In fluence to arouse the American people to work for peace by the Rev. Dr. John R. Sutherland, of Ridley Turk, for many years the pastor of the Secretary of State. N Rabbi Henry Bcrkowltr, of the nodef Shalom Synagogue, Broad and Mount...

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. — 30 September 1914

2 U2VJj);Ni:NG LEDGJflM PHILADELPHIA, WBDKiaSDAY, HMMUflMBJflR B0 191 v. m M )A t f FRENCHAGAIN HURL FORCES FORWARD IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON GERMAN LEFT WIN&i est and the Mouse wo have made a fillglit advance. In the Moovre region violent fighting has taken place. Our troops have advanced at many points, notably to the east of St. Mlhlet. On our right wing (Lorralno and the Vosges) there Is no change. During the night Important dis patches were brought from tho front and lights blazed until dawn In tho odlces of the War Department. It plainly was evident that something big had occurred, and Paris Immediately Interpreted It as confirmation of the reports of a victory. Another development In this connec tion which was accepted as favorablo was tho demand from tho French gen erals In the north for all the automo biles and motortrucks In Tarls and the vicinity. The French army operating on tho Royc-Albert-Combles line Is making a desperate drive against General von Klulc's line of commu...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

,h&mMMtimmwm iimtmmiMimmMimmkmn v f T.V--"' MAl i Awhj'lwfc? 3 M JL im' '3 rlfiti,.fr -fj PM! qHg.l.'IW"TU- 1 EVENING- LKD&ER-frHlLADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914'- 0,8. AGENTS AFTER MEN WHO STOCKED NORWEGIAN BOATS Government to Hunt Out and Punish Men Who Violated Neutrality by Furnishing Supplies to Cruisers. Violators of President Wilson's neutral ity proclamation or persons who were re sponsible for the placing on board the Norwegian steamships Fram and Som mefstad, at tlilB port, coal and ship sup plies destined for German warships are to bis prosecuted, Bpcclal agents of the Government arc now Investigating the casta In order to fix the responsibility, and a special com mission (s to be appointed either by the President or upon a Congressional resolu tion to conduct a rigid Inquiry Into the affair, to mete, out proper punishment. Shipping men hero vigorously de nounced those whoso names have not been divulged for having any part In the transaction. They declare...

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. — 30 September 1914

EKjffls 1Tf ilTirsM iwysrffwiagif nwwwiii f uif sr EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 101f Bl A c lT If" dli A Hon "los bow Quefl "VI prlsdl prlvl up card on "T ble r! P K AVIATORS OF ALLIES FOILED INVASION OF FRANCE, SAYS FLYER Veteran Airman Declares Dirigibles Have Proved In ferior as War Machines Along Marne and Aisne. if J head was ; l; :! '. ' 2 ' r fd I 1 vl- ES 5 w lot' sT !ha t-do r bo. ,'SCI in ' ns an , he PaJ H Kiiti! Set, dec, to obj Is , It JW" ls , -J ttvt as we 3 h?S vm 14 hi: 'D ' me foe I hue tlo If. 1 da; ani the ' wa lit ata bet to t P? an. I fj , Th n Vie m? lO rei lib ha nil I I 4 Ifi of Ji-i oil ;o4. ope the Ifi :H ,,PI th kl BP1 rpipp Sue i in r.l ' Rhe ci , ; H of i'i crl M'l g cs cat "Ti Botl part KrerJ batd "Ir ford! my rade unsi sun, "in derhi also fore they Kunr a c; phn cqul to a acntd thenH drlnM u trlct n nd furtl; road althd they Fry point!, I a thlrs . "H lo r plvei: mem afteri They at R was flff; "i and teredi ace. I wa atatl Xkj...

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

B"fll1!PMPMWi II EKraTWfSflHSEmf. ..imr,?. ... . fo f - .. -. ..i . - ,..-., .. ,.-,,- ,a,., - , -. -. . j.Ty!-Kj"W.W"" ' swew V" " wwf .it .! iM&ehtffgi-:i v EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 1914. ( B PALMER WILL ASK 1 SENATE PROBE OF PENROSE FUND Nominee and Congressmen Kelly and "Walters to Ap pear Before Committee in Behalf of Norris Resolution. rOM ocu imrr coimesponiient.J WASHINGTON, Sent. 30.-nerroscnta-tlvo A. Mitchell Palmer, Democratic nominee for United States Senator In Pennsylvania, la to appear before tho flcnato Committee on Privileges and Klec- tlons on Monday to urge favornblo ac tion on the Norris resolution. This an nouncement was mado today by Senator Kern, after lie had failed to get together a. quorum for a meeting of tho commit tee this morning. Two Washington party Congressmen, Kelly and AVaJtcro, appeared at tho committee room this morning to testify RBto tho expenditures of Boles Penrose In tho Pennsylvania primary. Falluro of s sun...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

A 0 yENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 1914. ftkv PINCHOT FAINTS IN ERIE; BRIDE TAKES HIS PLACE Too 111 to Leave Room on Account of Ptomaine Pois oning and Wife Represents Him at Meetings. ERtn, I'a, Sept. 30. -While Gilford Pinchot, Wnshlngton party candidate, for United States Senator, was suffering with a sharp attack of ptomaine poisoning to ; day. Mrs. rincliot. after being up nil night caring for her husband, carried on the campaign by appearing at an early morning shop meeting, and In 20 Erie and Crawford County towns during the day. Mr. Plnrhot was 111 all day ct. rday, but concealed the fact during one of the most strenuous days of his campaign. He started ycste.-do morning in Franklin by shaking hands with f.c worklngmen between and 7 o'clock and then toured parts of three counties, arriving In Krle at 7.30 for a nlsht meeting. Although ho was III. he hurriedly went through with his dinner and spoke afterward to HMO people nil J shook hands with more than ...

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