Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA
Newspaper Page Text
r" " "FTU"? J<
i itTt tin ft
VOIi. I-NO, 48
PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
CormanT, 10K, Bt Tnercntio Ltrara Counnr.
jpbiob onb onira
PennVfichigan Teams Lock Horns
City to Rush Food Ship to Belgians
-Princeton Battles Harvard
TEACHING PROPER CARE OF CITY'S YOUNGSTERS
Mothers with babies in their arms flock to Temple University to attend Child Federation clinic.
STEAMSHIP WHICH WILL CARRY FOOD TO STARVING BELGIANS
Philadelphia newspapers have begun campaign to load steamship rapidly, as need is urgent
7sKs:sjuzKKKi3? rrrn ri'Trr iPiLlrpir irEnTfi irnlMTr. " T"nrwBiriTiiiiitf.i "
fSff&' towSs -i s ImmSBt
From left to right Miss Margaret C. Daley, national organizer
of United Garment Workers; Miss Mary R. Sullivan, president Local
80, International Brotherhood of Bookbinders; Miss Anna Fitzgerald,
president Woman's International Label Leasue.
' From left to right! they are. James W. Kline, president of International Brotherhood of Black'
smjths. and Helpers, and James O'Connell, president of Metal Trades Department and third vice
president ot American I'eaerauon ot ianor. ,.
?-iit'. -') vt-
mmmWM! ' " ---?
11 ! HI I III - V UBKtlK'CHIl' 1- "'
lilliilliSli iiriiil' HNk.
SYr.SPw i ii ior
ICiFllWriTnnMffffTTTffTwTnrT iiTillllfilMi liirtMi iTTffi ii' "f ? iTiiiWmi "i f iff i nfiiiiiBIW
From left to right William H. JohnstQn, president International Association of Machinists, ano
John W. Tobln, general vice president of Internat ional Brotherhood of Blacksmiths and Helpers.
Ijl I ipuwy
PREPARING FOR ORGANIZED LABOR PARADE
Court -of Honor-is prosws of construction on Broad street,
SAMUEL GOMPERS President.
DELEGATBS TO A, P. QF L. CQJiYNTJON. WHPH
. 0P8NS HKRB MO.KDAY
PLASTER CAST OF LAST OF CENTENNIAL HKRU
Buffalo's kide will be atretcbed arijuRd thw, ewktegUI ijtre;-cserta.;a.
V rt m JJ1M
K MK '