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Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, January 25, 1915, Night Extra, Image 16

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January 25, 1915
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PERSONS AND PLACE& THAT FIGURE IN THE BATS NEWS AS RECORDED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER
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that the condition of the jobless men of Philadelphia mfH )!C xC WjMf Fm& W 'WM "
t is desperate. The men make themselves as com- f R fbf '$ jMKfMifMilK'.' VWWl!'lill THE MAN WHO MADE EMPLOYERS GASP ' 1
' fortable as may be on the bare floor. Newspapers fiPM :$Mt4&Wm i'W ' 'tmSmSwIIKIL' I1P!?Ik !'- Jll"!!-' fill Henry Ford, the Detroit automobile maker, told the I
suffice as coverings for most of them. The place l-vkfvWi-f' & mS JW4siS - "Mmm Mafr Federal Industrial Commission he was willing to '
, was provided through the charity of friends of the Jjsk'MfWJ''Wm&Wi take any convict out of Sing Sing and make a man ' 'a
i Sunday Breakfast Association. OL M& MTwlv'SRf S f h'm' H'S firm'S- prfit laSt yCar WaS Ver $25'" ' 'd
BMS. j HUNGRY AND RAGGED MEN LINED UP TO( AWAIT THE- OPENING OF . Vlfe!. MX'' '' M
iPk The "hotel" has been open about tw0 weeks and so far not a case of drunkenness has FLl'SS-' 21
P - professional and business men as well as artisans and mechanics thrown out of work a'k'jlWfSIP' IS
Sm!,'' by the develPment of modern automatic machinery, which renders their, skill useless. &:( iN!Sif Ky 'wfffBg'-H
BOSS OP WALLS OF IRON
Wjirfwi Robert J. McKenty, qf the Eastern Peni.
ttjtfabuy, on tile street, m his unofficial clothes. His
frttad foclurs Ms grim fate belios liia character.
ENGLISH AMAZONS PREPARE FOR ACTIVE SERVICE
Members of the Women's Volunteer Reserve op their first route march through London. The object of the corps is to train a body of women skilled In the first aid
work, cooking, signaling, riding, driving, management of horses in general and marksmanship. When the corps is fully trained it will be offrted for service to the
War Office.
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