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title: 'Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 14, 1914, Night Extra, Page 9, Image 9',
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EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,. SEPTEMBER 14, 19U,
THIRTY-FIVE EVENING LEDGER WAGONS WHICH TODAY DELIVERED THE FIRST COPIES OF PHILADELPHIA'S LATEST NEWSPAPER.
TWELVE EVENING LEDGER AUTOMOBILES USED IN THE SUBURBAN AND NEW JERSEY SERVICE
Pedestrians Line Streets as
Vehicles, Adorned With
Posters, Pass in Line Two
Tlili'ty-five wagons and twelve uutomo
1)I! h!ch delivered the Evening Ledger
to newsstands throughout the ctty at
tracted crowds today when they pmaded
through tho centre of the city. Tho
wagons and automobllcH will he devoted
to the service- of tho Evening Ledger.
Tho parade was formed In two detach
ments. One group staited from the
ituWenat Ninth street nnd Glrard menu
and tli othor from stahles at Sixteenth
nnd Balnhrldge streets. Tho lines then
led to Broad stroet and hoth dlvitlons
drove toward City Unit.
They met at Market and Juniper stieets
una then started cast. Along llioad
atreet and In the more densely crowded
Maiket street pedestrians ran to the
curb and lined tho way when tney saw
tho parado coming. Th? vehicles, each
decorated with evening Lcdqcr posters,
made a line two hloclcs Ions.
At Second and JIarlsct streets the liad
ers turned south and continued to YVal
r.ut street. When Sixth and Walnut
streets was reached tho vehicles weio
drawn to the curb In fiont of tlis big
Curtis Hulldlng nnd camera-men took
evefil pictures. Then the wagons dis
persed to their district stations and tho
automobiles ran to Chestnut street to bo
ready for tho llrst edition.
BANKERS REPORT A
BETTER MONEY DEMAND
Brokers Reduce Loans and Outside
Institutions Make More Inquiries.
Banker today said that tho tono In the
Philadelphia money market Is better than
for some time. The banks are bulns
mors commercial paper: brokers have re
duced their loans. In some cases mater
ially, and the country banks are Inquir
ing of their city corresponded for good
paper. Loans are not being ailed by any
Monsy lenders report that there is a
better mercantile, business toJay than for
the last several weeks, and Southern
banks continue to mn&i application In
this city for direct loans nnd rediscount"
The minimum for such transactions, when
they are granted. Is six per cent. Tho
banks, however, do not enro to place any
more money than they are actually com
pelled to, for the reuson that they do
not want to cut down their reserve.
There Is no change In the official
rates, The rate for call money In C per
rant , this being tho highest legal rate
which can be charged In this State.
Good name commercial paper Is changlns
hands at 7 per cent., at which the bulk
l the transactions are being made, while
some paper brings 7U per cent. Ranks
contlnu to scrutinize closely tho paper
That the better tono was renetrnted to
the country banks Is shown by the In
quiries nf several of these banks of tlielr
c ty correspondents asklns if they can
P-ace any money. Several such twiulrl"
have been received by a large bank, some
outside hanks having as much as UO.M
Buy a Typewriter
and pay for It
10 or 15 Cents per Day
Remington, Exactly f-j a
l-ike Cut ... ... ? 14.00
Any Standard Jake
Oliver, Underwod, Etc.
?v-?5y macWne wo ti t factory
jebuilt, exactly like n machine
nd guaranteed for ontyca? '
wuuigiuu 1 1 63
Inderwoodk ;;; tf
t-nti-d r ll0S.
MARCUS I CO.
u, Printers, ffice Supplies
Write for Calog
NEW MOVE TO INCREASE
RAILROAD FREIGHT RATES
Interstate Commission Plans to Per
mit Advances on Certain Conditions.
Sui prise was shown In railroad circles
today at tho suggestion of tho Inter
state Commerce Commission that ln
rrcusos In freight on certain classes of
commodities, not allowed In the com
mission's decision In tho flvo per cent,
rata case, could bo had for the asking,
and that the commlslon was prepared to
permit nuch advances on one day's notice
Instead of 30 days, as usually required.
The advances, it Is estimated, would In
ei ease the totnl freight levenue of the
mllroads $:5,O0O,OOO annually. The rail
roads have not received any direct word
Irom tho commission In the matter.
The articles on which Increased freight
will be allowed Include feed In sacks and
barrels; oats In hulk; Hour, buckwheat
and rye; liny In bales, paper wood pulp,
agricultural implements, dressed, dryod
or -nlt meats, petroleum products, sugar
In barrels, shelled corn In bulk, copper
In all foims, cattle, corn syrup, cotton,
tobacco, hogs, sheep.
ISailroncU In Central Classification Ter
ritory, which were allowed Increases on
certain classes of commodities In the
rate case, are working on the new tariffs,
which they expect soon to file with tllo
Interstate Commerce Commission.
ATLANTIC CITY TO HAVE
MANY NEW STRUCTURES
SUGAR IN VAST SUPPLY
Warehouses Overstocked"" by Recent
Shipments Prom Hawaii.
Stigar warehouses of this port nro
stocked to the limit by rocent arrivals of
enormous quantities of the raw product.
So great has been tho pressuro that in
somo cases It has been found necessary
to irakd use of various piers along the
wnt"r fiont for storing tho cargoes.
T'io American-Hawaiian steamship Tx
an docked yesterday at Sprockles' Sugar
Itcflnery, need street wharf, with 18,(M,
X pounds ot sugar, from Hllo, Hawaii.
This makes the total arrival of sugar for
the last elRht days 48,000,000 pounds. Most
of the product Is admitted duty free.
Tho Alaskan, a sister ship of the Texan,
brought IS, SOO.MM pounds of sugar from
the same pluco lo-st Wednesday. She wns
preceded by the Eteamshlp Isle of Jura,
from Cuba, with a 10,000,CO0-pound
DELAWARE MILITIA IN CAMP
WILMINGTON, Del., Sept. H.-Dcla-waro's
organized mliltla today began a
camp for tho purposo of rlllo prnctlco on
the state range below New Castle.
Building Activity Promises
Eclipse Previous Years.
War's unsettlement does not seem to
affect tho building operations at Atlantic
City. The projects that are In course of
construction and those contemplated bid
fair to exceed previous years. The cause,
for such activity Is simply a enso of sup
ply and demand. During tho pnst season
not a jjlngle largo hotel wns nblo to sup
ply tho demand for accommodations and
waiting llsls wcro being conducted dur
ing the entlie season.
The npartmont houses which were con
stiuctcd to tnko enro of tho overflow wore
taxed to their limit, which gavo new
hopo to the owners and Induced capital
ists to Invest In several large new build
ings which are being constructed,
i lie new $2,000 O"0 Improvement to the
Hotel Trnymore, which has Just been
begun, gave Impetus to hotel Improve
ment and was closely followed by the
contemplated Improvement to the Hotel
Itudolf. Tho lobby, exchange, etc.,
will occupy tho entire mezzanine floor
untl tho stories nbovo will be devoted to
sleeping rooms. An Innovation In sea
shore planning will bo tho root garden.
which will cover the ontlte building. The
building will cost about 500,000, and was
designed by V. D. Smith and E. M. Hen
dercr, Atlantic City.
The plans nnd specifications are now
In the hands of the builders. The bid?
will be handed to the owner tomorrow
and tho contract probably awarded be
foro tho end of the week.
Tho addition to tho board-walk, oc
cupying tho open space In front of tho
present hotel, will bo 10 stories In height,
constructed of steel, brick and torra cotta,
veiy ornate In design and of French
style of architecture.
LABOR UNION PAVORS LOAN
A demand that Councils make every
effort to facilitate the passage of the
$11,700,000 municipal loan to inaugurate
clvlo lmpro'etncntH and provide employ
ment for ldlo men wns made In a reso
lution adopted by the Central Labor
Another resolution was adopted asking
the co-oporatlon of the Chamber of Com
merce with tho Labor rorward Movement
Committee and the Central Labor Union
Fall and Winter Suitings
AWAITING YOUR INSPECTION is
- a stock replete with the finest
foreign and domestic fabrics. Fortunately
all were bought before the war and at a
saving which wc shall gladly share with
our customers as long as the present stock
In the raising of a. $1,000,000 fund to ad
vertise and extend the tinde or Phila
delphia in all parts of tho world.
CHESTER HOME DESTROYED
Woman Saved by Neighbor, nnd Two
CHESTER, Pa., Sept. M Tho homo of
Alton C. Donation at 1127 Highland ave
nue was destroyed by fire today. The
loss Is $3000, covered 1V Inmranre Tin
origin Is a mystery. The following per
sons wore burned:
Miss Margaret Harvey, who resides at
the Donnhoe home, burned on head anil
body; Frederick Smith, meinbei Fcltou
Flro Company, burned hands and larer
ated scalp; Edward Canavan, IVlton
fireman, burned hands.
Miss Harvey was carried from tho
burning building by Frank Nesler, Jr.
a neighbor. She was hurried to tho
Chester Hospital In an automobile. It
la feared that she Inhaled flames Hho
was enveloped In flames when rescued
NEW FENCE BRINGS SHOTS
Carpenter Says Ho Wns Target Be
cause of Neighbor's Dispute.
In an argument over the erection of a
fence on his property, 553.2 Hast ltltlen
houso street. Oermanlown, Nlnclo Car
pello Is alleged to have Ilrrd several shots
from his revolver at Francisco funzlo,
G4C Hat Itlttenhouso street. For this
offense he wns held In tim bnll for Court
today by Magistrate I'rnnock.
Cnrpello alleged Ianzzlo tried to plane a
fence for a neighbor on Carpello's prop
erty. Ho remonstrated with tho car
penter, he said, but Ianzzlo paid no at
tention to lili complaint.
Ianzzlo drelared he was placing tho
fence ai directed bv f'nrpollo'a nelurhboi,
and that Catpello fired several shots from
an upstairs window.
POUT OF PHILADELPHIA
Steamships Arriving Today
Uaverford (Br.),nvn, Liverpool rla Quen
town, paenKCM and merrhfliidlae, docked
WaHilngton avenuo ivlmrf 8 80 A. m. . -
Ancona (It ), Conelglerl, Otnoi vl Hit
Vork, pau'ennera and mercbnlll9, doeMi
Pier 11, North Whano. 8.4S a. m.
.Inland! dl (llorcln 'Nor ), Port Antonio, fruit,
Atmnu FVini rompsny. . . ,. ,.
Tnitrra (Nor). Port Antonio, fruit. tTnlt4
I'rult Compmiv . ,
'athcrlne i uneo f.Vnr . Tort Antonio, frfllt,
Cunen Itn.oriln ' rinpnny. ....
H-uonno (II ). Messina, ballast, JCMph U.
I'rrii.in, Hoston. pn,Mener and mtrehan
dite, Merchants nnd Miners' Transportation
Steamships to Arrlva
Roest'lylt . ...Spt II StnmtM Oet. 1
Pomeranian ..Hipt. 15 5.utderdylc ...t.OoU ?
Weft Point . .'Sept. 15 m Mrinr ...Oct.
Carthaginian .Kept 21
POUT OF NEW YORK
Steamships to Arrive
frndcflk VHI rhrlstlAnnand
I'Mwlam ilotterdam Sfcot
1'aUl.i AlaieelllM Htpt. 8
Steamships to Leava
. . . Mierpool
Naples . .
...... . .Naiilps . ..
Naples . . .
I. i'ipa ..
P .i .am .
rretl'j . . .
. .Sept 15
.. .Fept jn
. ..fceiu. 10
. ...fleet :n
. ...fept to
NIJV YOItK, Sept. H.-Tho foreign
rxclmngo mnrkf-t opcndl dull and about
't cent lower at tit's for demand and 4.t
for mbles. The bidding wan slow. An
tlnnto of th" nmnunt nf gold to be ex
ported this wel; ringed from $7,0ro,00
61 New Stetson
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NEW FALL STYLES
of soft and stiff
Styles that you can' recognize as far as you can
see the hats j and quality that will hear the closest
Men seem to appreciate our knack of helping each
man pick" out the model he will like to wear.
JOHN B. STETSON COMPANY
11 CHESTNUT STRKKT
wi Turn Npim) k.'''0
I Bnght Lights mmiM
H for Philadelphia lflfrKsSi8
&l make their first public appear- $i8slikxKi&
V& ance to Philadclphians. Both HASWfit &&&&?"&'.
)! made by world-famous institu- Hs "A S&rJ' :?&&&$ ,"' i3V'L-Vi
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: finality, at a popular price-arc !V3ifSJK ' ' ?&$( M ?'- &&
Ji'V sure to render real economic ?&,&&&'&''& f V' 'A-'.! i F IW'SS
service to Philadelphia. 'WMMJJg? ' -.JNTm;?
7fH: One of these new articles is ?IF ? : VV' i&M
I a New f kW ,::$
for 1 Cent . 'MWMW WSS!"M '
'4 We join with Philadelphians a'v-V ,iii?t:' .IV'. '' "$
:-fl today in presenting our most sin- r7Vi '". V .-j3jEKw "r A"Ssgj4 :y.-,.' .-- '-.- ?' tpi
V;i' cere compliments to the Curtis frr.X- V?' N----r-7rw-rS " ' " &j.
f;0.i manaRemcnt with our heartiest k'Si--'-: "-- Vi r' ' " '" ',?'
5'-;- wishes for the very early eatab- ?:'''". .;', ' ' '.irJ-S? ' JT ' s ,-
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'& as one of the world's lcadins ? JW'- K.- X i
J0 newspapers. Vi; rHS.f' '.'': "I" I "''
yEri Like the owners of the Evening -"I"1-'' I ' .; Vv -'. j '" j ..j.i
IM-? Ledger, wc also announce today a ;''. ' .' V-. ' '''' ''"'
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A Genuine Aeolian r-. ? , A "-!;
, Player-Fiano $0 JaSV'
i j This instrument also is a new &);& ' ySIM Ai) V-W
rV- product of a world-famous insti- f$ t.U & t I fJJ&'SfW?a-S.U Y-r
t'fy-y tution the great Aeolian Com- s'vVW-nv '5jSjSKfe5ffi-V '
m &any- makers of th? .pianola w CmAi
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Ihi was used to, make this new model -wv yA-Vri'fW'SWKSSIKWffAv '
h'g the world's greatest popular. A)'fy--mMtlhh
4 priced player-piano. VV TO- WgSWg
rtV a now for sale with several W&$WVm3W
l other Aeolian models at '''1
S C. J. Heppe & Son BIBBS
6th ami Thompson Sts. 'SW
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Appreciate that a factory
built car is a'uay super
ior to an assembled car.
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