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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 24, 1914, Night Extra, Image 1

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German Aid Rushed to Poland Relief Ship Fund Complete
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SCENES AND' EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY
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It is estimated that 100,000 turkeys arrived in the city yesterday. Wells-Fargo Express Com
pany wagons are shown here unloading several crates at 24th and Chestnut streets. Price ranee
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SOUTHERN BELLE ENTERS CAPITAL SOCIETY
Miss Elizabeth Harding is.the daughter ofW. P. G. Harding, of Birmingham. She is
one of the belles of the Southern city. This winter she will spend in Washington,
where her father is a member of the Federal Reserve Board. She has already made
her bow to society in Washington.
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That rabbits are still plentiful in Monroe County is evidenced by the photograph,
showing the results of a two-day gunning trip into the mountains near Stroudsburg
by four Quakertown gunners who succeeded in bringing down 42 rabbits, five pheas
ants and. one woodcock. The party consisted of William and Charles Blnkley and
Harry and William Derstine.
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WIFE OF CHIEF BRITISH AVIATOR
Among the prominent arrivals on the steamship
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