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VOL. INO. 51
PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914.
Corrittant. 1014, t tnBrnito Lkdoct CoMFAtr,
!PBICE ONE CENT :
Germans Capture Dixmude
tatewide Appeal for Belgians
Cossack Dash Cuts Foe's Line;
Fire at Jeannette
. A PICTORIAL REPORT OF THE DAY'S ACTIVITIES
"DONKEY" .RAISING LOAD OF FLOUR. FOR ..THELMA'S HOLD
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This morning found the workers at' the 'foot of Dock street putting; every energy into the task of getting off
the Belgian relief, ship at 'earliest possible moment.
THE THELMA'S COMMANDER
Captain Hendrickson, who will get
all the speed his vessel's engines are
good for In his errand of mercy.
Copyright, Underwood & Undrwood.
BELGIAN REFUGEES AT ALEXANDRA PALACE, LONDON
Petrus Vorhoovon, his wife and nine children. They lo st everything in the burning of Louvain. All wear
tags inscribed with their destination the homes of charitable families.
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SPOIL OF THE AUTUMN WOODS
At a hunting camp near WarrenvlHe, Somerset
County, N, J.
THE DEER SEASON IS OPEN: SCENE IN FRONT OF A LYCOMING COUNTY HUNTING CAMP
Some of the best deer hunting on the continent is found in this section of Pennsylvania. Two hunters and their wives are shown at their
temporary home, with a youthful neighbor who brought down one of the animals.
A FULTON COUNTY HUNTER
He has just brought in his quarry and hung it up for his
son to skin, while he hastens back to the hunt
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JAPS SHELLING 1SING-TAO
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