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NEWS OF THE SPO
WIN "FEDT PENNANT '
Indianapolis Captures Second Straight;
Pennant in Close Finish —Team's
Attack Brought Flag
Indianapolis, I ml., Oct. 8. —Bv win
ning from ft. Louis yesterday the In- !
dianapolis Federal League team for the
second time in two years captured the
Federal League pennant.
To Manager ''Whoa, Bill." Phillips.
tJie "Silent Leader" of the team, who
also was at the helm of the club last
year, when it won the lirst (lag of tiie
le-ague. is given credit, in a large meas
ure, for the winning of the second
championship. He, however, ascribes
the victory to his players. The feature
of the local team's work this season
its strong attack. Yesterday's vic
tory for Indianapolis, while Chicago was
losing two games, gave the local team,
which was half a game behind, a one
President Gilmore, of the Federals,
has announced that lie will challenge
the winner of the world series on be
half of the winner ol' the Federal
league pennant, but there is little hope
that a series can be arranged.
The Federal League ra • was hard
fought from start to finish, nearly ev
ery team at one time or another taking
•part in a rally that gave it an appar
ent chance for the Hag. The addition
of Charlie Carr, the veteran, |ut such
batting strength into the Hoosier line
up that Indianapolis began to climb in j
June, and 011 June Iti a double defeat!
of Baltimore by Kansas < ity and In- j
■dianapolis' win over Pittsburgh gave j
the Hoosiers the lead. .
The Chicago team was 011 to;> in the
last few days until a double defeat by ,
Kansas City in Tuesday's game pushed'
Tinkei's men into second place, as In
dianapolis beat St. Loais.
Leading factors in the Indianapolisj
victory were tui pitching of Fulkenberg
and Kaiserliug, the batting of i;s team I
in general and the all-around playing |
of Benu.e Ka'jff, who led the league in 1
stolen bases and for the greater part
of the season was leading batter.
LUCKNOW CLERKS BANQUETED
Koy Leslie, Fvesidont of League, Pre
The Clerks' Association of the Luck-1
now League banqueted last night a,
Riverside inn. celebrating the winning ,
of the season's pennant. Roy Leslie,
president "f the league, as toast
master. Supper was served to the
R. J. Leslie, A. X. Young. W. G.
Ford, W. F. Wo' lfarih. L. W. Chard,
F. S. Marshall. S. 1 . Greene. I. C. Wevo
dau, O. F Waltz, I H. K. Leedv, G. \\ .
Smith, .1. B. Pagan, A. C. Taylor. R.
Levan, 1. M. Arthur, A. s. Mover, V.
1.. Huntsberger, I*. C. Zeigler. C. M.
Ihtnlap and 1. J. Feglev.
Central Plays To-day
Because the Lebanon Valley Sc-jlm
—Ceutral High's opponents in the.
weekly game—wanted to see the var
sty team play Franklin and Marshall
the game with tae local team wbic'tt
was scheduled for to-morrow, was play
e.l this afternoon. All of the Blue and
(Irey 's opponents this season have been
weak, today's game being the first to;
try the strength of tae team. |
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SMITH OCT OF SERIES
Star Third-aacker of National League
Representatives Breaks Leg
J. Carlisle (Red! Smith, star third
| baseman of the Boston Braves, who
are to play the Athletics for the world's
\ series, fell In a game recently and .
broke his leg. This accident at suvb
I . I
n critical time Is sure to hare some
effect ou the Braves' playing.
A I). M K.N AMI LINOS WIN
I Weekly Games in the Patriot Dutk Pin
111 the Patriot Duck Pin league
matches yesterday on the Casino alleys
! the Ad Men defeated the Makeup Men, !
, and the Linos defeated the Steros. The
M A K El" P
| l.osh 96 101 — 2St> j
Mossier .... Tfi tfti 7S— 220 ;
i Brown .... 12S 91 118— 337 1
Totals . . 300 246 297 543 !
AD M FX
Sohmer .. . 100 84 93 277 j
','eitt'er .... 130 127 93 350 j
Herman ... 135 127 119— 381■
Totals .. 365 33 S 305—100*^
arpenter . 124 SS 91— 303
jCarman ... 7s 109 127 314
Wagner ... 82 96 83 — 261
Totals .. 291 293 301— 878,
Got wait ... 104 103— 295 .
fceiyler 101 114 93 308 !
."■'tigeliiißii 103 90 97 220
Totals .. 292 308 293 893;
FEDERAL LEAGUE !
At Indianapolis— R. H. E. j
, St. Louis 0 3 3 1
Indianapolis 4 8 0j
Davenport and Chapman; Faikenberg
At Baltimore—lst game— R. H. E. 1
Pittsburgh 3 9 11
Baltimore 5 10 2
Karger and Roberts:* Withe 1m and
Second game— R. 'H. E.
Pitt? c.irgli 3 7 2
Baltimore 4 8 2
( Came called in Bth: darkness.
1 amnitz and Berry: Smith and Kerr..
At Buffalo— R. H. E.
! Buffalo 4 7 4
1 Brooklyn 10 9 1 ;
(Game called in Bth;
Moran, Moore and Blair; Brown and
Tech Plays Here Saturday
The Technical High school eleven l
will play its first game in this city on :
Saturday afternoon, having as its j
opponents the Siinburv High school j
team. Play will start at 3 o'clock.
HARRISBFRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THTT?ST)A V FVFNTyft. OCTOBER 8. 1914.
Standing of the Teams
W. L. Pet
Athletics .. . 99 53 .651
1 Boston 91
i Washington 81 73 .526
Detroit 80 73 .52?
St. Louis 71 $2 .464
| New York 70 84 .455
Chicago ... .. . 70 84 .465
| Cleveland 51 102 .333
! Athletics, 10; Xew York, 0.
i Washington, 11; Boston, 4.
Standing of tho Teams
W f,. Pet.
Boston 94 59 .61 4
; Xew York 84 70 .54 6
St. Louis .. . 81 72 .530
Chic agio 78 76 .507
Brooklyn 75 79 .487
Philadelphia ?4 80 .»st
Pittsburgh .' 69 85 .448
I Cincinnati 60 94 .391
Standing of the Teams
W L. Pet
Indiana olis 87 65 .572
•Chi ago 86 67 .562
Baltimore 82 68 .547
Buffalo 78 69 .531
! Brooklyn 75 75 .500
Kansas City 68 82 .453
Pittsburgh 61 85 .418
St. Louis 62 88 .413
j Brooklyn, 10: Buffalo. 4.
Baltimore, 5: Pittsburgh. 3.
Baltimore, 4; Pittsburgh, 3 (2d
Indianapolis, 4; St. Louis, 0.
Brookly® at Baltimore.
| Kant as Ci ty at Chicago.
B fTalo at Pittsburgh,
j St. 'Louis at Indianapolis.
Athletics, tO; New York, O
Philadelphia. Oct. B.—The Athletics
won their 99th victory yesterday aft
ernoon. in the closing game of the sea
| son here with the Yankees. The final
! score was 10 to 0.
R. H. E.
j Xew York 00000 000 0— 0 3 3
Athletics .5 2000 12 0 x —lo 11 1
P:eh anl S hwert; Bressler, Bush,
> Shawkev, Pennock anil Lapp.
Washington, 11: Boston, t
Boston. 'Mass., Oct. B.—Washington
J won from Boston 11 to 4 in the final
1 game of the season yesterday, the Xa
, t ionals gaining third place in the league
standing bv the vietorv.
R. H. E.
Washington 00400 24 0 1 —ll 18 1
Boston .... 1 1 0 0 0200 0 — 4 1 2 2
Rentley. Griffith and Henry; Bedienr,
Ruth, Cooper and (adv.
Chicago Nationals Win
Chicago, Oct. S.—Chicago .Nationals
j drew first blood in the series to decide
; tihe championship of Chicago yesterday
' when they defeated the !<*..■;<' Americans,
[ 4 to 2. The Nationals bunched hits
| off Wolfgang and won easily. Goo.i's
| double and Saier's single gave them the
j first run, while singles by 'Bresnahan
and Good, a fielder's choice and Leach's
| double netted two more in the fifth in
j ning. which was enough to win tiie
R, H. E.
Xationais ..1 0002 00 1 0 4 9 3
Americans .. 00000020 o—2 8 0
\ a ugh ii and Bresnah.in; Wol: gang.
Taber. ''i.otte and Schalk.
Rain Halted Tennis
Rain prevented matches in the
ladies' singles at the Harrisburg Coun
try Club yesterday and arrangements
; were made to play postponed games in
; the third round to-day. Should the
weather again interfere the games will
be played to-morrow.
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Other Newark Stores Nearby: York, Reading, Altoona, Baltimore.
1 " 127 Stows in 97 Cities." J
Camp Curtin, 18; All-Stars, fi
The Camp Curtin grammar school
eleven won from the All-Stars yester
day, score, IN to 6. The line-up:
All-Stars. Tump Ourtiit;
[ Wingard R. E Moore
Johnson R. T Garrett
11. Gohn 'R. G Nissiev^
Peters C Moody
Free L. G Early
Werner L. T Colestock !
Deppen L. E Lathe
Sykes B Richards
I)itum R. H. B Keener
Goodyear . . . .L. H. B. . . .Schubauer
P. Gohn F. B Wallace
Touchdowns, Goodyear, 2; Moore,
Lathe, 2. Referee, McKeever.
Lincoln, 42: Cameron. 0
The Lincoln gr a miliar school team
defeated Cameron at Seventeenth and
Chestnut streets yesterday, by the score
of 42 to 0. The line-up:
Lincoln. Cameron j
Molt/. L. E LandiSj
Kistler L. V Kamskv |
Bachman L. G Martin 1
Ogelsby C Stark
Conner R. T Mowery i
Starry K. T Gamble'
Yowler *...... R. E Wilisky
Beck R. H. B Wenrich
Thomas L. H. B. Yontz i
Leeds F. B . .Fields'
Walker y. B Miller!
Touchdowns. Moltz. 1; Leeds. 2;j
Thomas. 4. Keferee, Challenger. Time-]
keeper, Fohl. Time of quarters, 10 min
Enhaut High Without Game
Through the disbandnient of the Me
chanicsburg High school eleven En
haut High is without a game for Sat- 1
urday and would like to arrange with \
any second class high school team of
junior eleven. Address W. S. Metka.
Golf Entries Close To-night
Entries for the handicap medal play ;
golf tournament of the Harrisburg;
Country Club will close to-night with '
the committee. All entries should be.
made to the golf professional.
Mra. William Erb Found Dead By a
Mechanicsburg, Oet. B.—About noon
on Tuesday, Mrs. William Erb was;
found dead in her home on South Wal- 1
nut street, by a neighbor who had not j
seen her around in her home as usual i
and feared she might be iii and weQt'
lo inquire. She found her lying on the i
floor in her kitchen. She called assist
ance but all efforts to restore con-1
sciousuess wore unavailing. Dr. Dear
dorf, Coroner, was called and on ex
amination decided that death was due
to heart trouble. Mrs. Erb was 58
years old. She is survived by her
husband and three' sons, Harry Krb and
Calvin Erb, of Lenioyne, and Elmer
Erb, of this place. Her funeral will bo
held to-morrow morning from her late
home. Services will be held in St.
Paul's Lutheran church, along the
State road, of which church she was a
member. Services will be conducted by
the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Garner. In-1
terment will be made in the cemetery |
adjoining the church.
Lehnier Williams and family, of
Hershey, were week-end guests of Mr.'
Williams' aunt, Miss S. Elizabeth
| Bnck, West Keller street.
; The public schools closed at noon to
[ clay to allow teachers and pupils to go
.! to Harrisburg to see the firemen 's pa
| rade. Many of our stores and business
j houses were closed also for the same
! i reason.
j The Rev. T. Q. MeCarrell, of Mid
i dletown, was here yesterday to assist
j in the funeral services of Mrs. Van
.J. K. Hinkle is in Baltimore on a
j business trip.
In the fire at Lemoyne on Tuesday
i two of our residents were losers by
i the burning of their automobiles which
i were in the Heikes garage. George E.
| Lloyd's was valued at ?4,000, and H.
; L. King's at $3,200.
John Kiracofe, of Harrisburg. is vis
iting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. I>etrichs, South High street,
j Our town is full of visitors not only
| the members of the U. B. conference
i but many visitors are here to attend
j the conference.
Last evening at the mid-week serv
! ice in St. Paul's Reformed church, S.
S. Brenner gave his report of the mis
| sionarv conference held last week in
| Salem Reformed church. Harrisburg.
: Mr. Brenner and A. A. Marrett were
| delegates representing St. Paul's
I church in the conference,
j Tuesday evening at the office of F.
I S. Mumma & Son, the Hampden Water
I Company was organized. W. O. Neidig,
president: W. H. Riegel. vice presi
| dent; R. D. Mumma. secretary; Fred 8.
! Mumma, treasurer; George E. Lloyd,
I solicitor. It is the purpose of this
: company to furnish water to the resi
i dents of Hampden township and vicin
! Ity, and more particularly for the bene
fit of the W. O. Neidig tract, of land
1 east of town for cutting into building
' lots and the development of Emandar
| —the new plot acquired by Mumma &
Riegel, to be cut up into five and ten
Funeral of Mrs. Annie Yinger Lease
New Cumberland, Oct. 8. —The
! Standard Bearers of the M. E. church
will meet at 7.30 Friday evening at
the home of Miss Miriam Lenhart, on
Geary street. All officers and members
are requested to be present.
The Rev. S. N. Good, pastor of the
Church of God, conducted t'he funeral
! services of Mrs. Annie Yinger Lease at
rhe home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
1 Mathias, yesterday afternoon. He was
, assisted by the Rev. J. R. Hutchison, a
retired minister of the United Rreth
j ren c'hnrch, who married Mr. and LMrs.
I Lease years ago, and the Rev.
j .1. V. Adams, of the iMethodist church.
I Mrs. William Keisiter rendered several
I solos. The pallbearers were tihe three j
[ sons-in-law, J. W. Matlhias. O. V. I>an j
i ner, 'H. M. ißair, and S. F. Prowell. a
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nephew. Beautiful floral offerings were I
given bv the following: Sunday school
class. Church of God. white roses;
pink carnations; the fam
ily, a blanket; Adam Berger's family,
white chrysanthemums; D. K. Yinger's
family, Chrysanthemums; Ben Kauf
man's family, snap dragons: Mrs.
Yinger, carnations; Mwrv Kapp and
family, pink roses. M. A. Hoff was the
funeral director. ,
Mt. and IMYs. George Attacks have re- |
turned from a visit to Ashland county,
The borough schools were closed to- J
day to give the teachers and scholars a
.-hance to witness the parade in Harris
Mrs. H. A. Hanker has returned from
a visit t-o 'Huntingdon,
ftion of god, •clean, fun making and
a gaiest of Mrs. fl. C. Packlor. Market
talked of shows on exhibition there.
William Kei«ter's family moved into
their newly-purchased home on Market
square this week.
Miss Julia Sutton, of Lewisberry, is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Ida Kline and John O'Hara Mar
ried This Morning
'Middletown, Oct. B.—iM'iss Ida Kline,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kline,
of this place, and John O'Hara, of
'Lewistown, were married at St. Mary '«•
Catholi-c church this morning at 8.3 u
o'clock by Father John Danaker, as
sisted by Father John Melchoir, of
rLewistown. The church was beautifully
decoraJted with ferns and pot/ted plants.
Gdorge Dasher played the wedding
■march. The church was crowded with
relatives and friends. After the cere
mony a wedding breakfast wan served
at the home of the bride's parents on
Bast water street, after which the bridal
party left on a wedding tour. After
their return they will make their home
At the Tegular monthly meeting of
the Pa-stor's Aid Society of the M. E.
chihvlh held at t.he home of .Mis? Pauline
Rei/tzel, Tuesday evening, the following
officers were elected: "President, Miss
<tara Bectk: vice 'president. Viofta
Koons; treasurer. Margaret Palmer;
secretary, 'Fan Gross.
Manager E. H. Condran, of the Reality
theatre, has rented the hall to the
White Spear Medicine Company for two
weeks, starting next Monday evening.
William Zimmerman, of Susquehanna
street, while cutting wood at his home
with an ax, severely cut the thumb on
his left hand.
Kirk Schwan attended the York fair
Clarence Wise is spending two days
at the York fair.
Mrs, William Dintaman, at Pike
street, went to the Harrisburg hospital
where she wiill undergo an operation.
Harry Longsdorf, who lives with his
uncle and aunt, MT. and Mrs. Oharles
Tjamby, 'High street, is the smallest man
in town. He is a member of Dhe Liberty
Fire Company and will contest for the
prize for the smallest man in the fire
men's .parade at Harrisburg this after
noon. He is 31 years old and is not
four feet high. J, G. Peters furnished
thirty-five suits for the Liberty com
The'Middletown Gun Club will hold a
shoot on the grounds on ißace street, op
posite the fair grounds, on Saturday
afternoon. Thirty prizes will be offered.
Each person entering the contest will
be charged a fee of one dollar.
The schools of town and Rovaltou
were dosed to-day on account of r'ne
firemen 's parade at Harrisburg.
E. C. Steiner and Richard 'Hippie
transacted business"'at Walton ville yes
The apparatus of the Darktown fire
'brigade was taken to 'Harrisburg this
morning for the parade this afternoon.
T. O. Fckenrode has resigned as or
ganist at the St. IMary Catholic church
and Oharles Kirkessner is filling his
Samuel N'ey, of Royalton, has taken
the place of H. V. B. Garver, seeking
subscribers for the Keystone State fair.
Mr. Garver having moved out of town.
To-morrow afternoon and evening.
Fay Foster (Burlesque).
Saturday afternoon and evening,
"My Best Girl."
Monday, matinee and night, Octo
ber 12, "Every Woman."
Tuesday evening and Wednesday
afternooD and evening, October
13-14, "The Traffic."
Thursday, October 15, "Help
Friday, afternoon and evening, Octo
ber 16, Burlesque.
Saturday, afternoon and evening.
October I*, "Seven Keys to Bald
Every afternoon and evening, high
Daily continuous vaudeville and pic
"To-day," George Broadhurst s and
Abraham Schomcr'a powerful modern
drama of New York life, Which ran a
season at the Forty-eighth Street thea
tre, New York, comes to the Majestic
this afternoon and to-night. The plav
tells the story of a young couple, Fred
erick and Lily Waguer, who are typical
of modern life in New York, in that
the man is bending every energy to
make money fnd the woman to spend
it, and they are living beyond their
means. The man is a tine fellow, who
has made a great deal of money in dar
ing real estate speculations. The-wom
an ie a selfish little fool, bent on get
ting into society, vain of her good
looks and of her reputation for always
kjping dressed in the very extreme of
style. Harry Von Tilzer, the producer,
has provided a magnificent production
and a cast of notable players, includ
ing Arleen Hackett, Hailett Thompson,
Marie Reichardt, Anton Ascher, Marie
Bantes, Arthur J. Wood, Marie Burke,
Sarah Hubbard and Frank Stone. Adv.
The Fay Poster Company
The famous Fay Foster and big com
pany of well-known stars, comedians,
singers and dancers will appear at the
Majestic to-morrow, matinee and night,
in two rollicking burlettas. All the
scenery used in the production is car
ried by the company and many new
and original mechanical and electrical
effects of a startling nature will be in
troduced. The costumes worn by the
lady member* of the company are said
to be the most elaborate seen this sea
son and were designed by a well-know u
creator of fashions of one of the fam
ous establishments whose ideas are cop
ied all over the world. Adv.
' My Best Girl"
I With what is claimed to be one of
the best casts ever assembled for mu
sical comedy nud, judging from the past
records of the players, the statement, is
made truthfully, "My Best Girl," the
Ohanning Pollock-Retinold Wolf-Clifton
Crawford-Augustus Barratt musical
i play, which scored an emphatic success
; ai the Park theatre. New York, comes
| to the Majestic Saturday, matinee and
j uight. Victor Morlcv, who is well re
membered because of his capable, work
in "Three Twins" and "The (Quaker
Girl,'' deservedly enjoys featured dis
tinction with the company, and in his
support are a score of well-known play
ers, a goodly-sized and appearing chor
us, together with an especially aug
mented orchestra. "My Best Girl" i-<
a bright, breezy American farce, well
punctuated witn enjoyable musical
numbers. The story is as unusual as it
is interesting. Adv.
The largest musical and dramatic
production which has ever been housed
by the Majestic theatre will be offered
on Monday, afternoon anil evening,
when .Henry W. Savage will disclose
his enormous production of the dramat
ic spectacle, " Every woman." Over
1 10 people appear in the various ensem
bles of the famous play and the organ
ization is accompanied by a special
symphony orchestra. It is without
doubt the most sumptuous production
which Henry W. Savage has ever sent,
on tour. "Everywoman" has been
' witnessed bv lour millions of Americans
and it has been played iu five foreign
' countries. It is an absolutely new idea
in theatricals and partakes of the na
ture of grand opera, musical comedy
and drama. This is the only " Every
' woman" company touring America and
' the cast contains several members of
' the original organization. The seat sala
' opens to-morrow. Adv.
'' The Traffic''
Over 1,000,000 theatregoers have at
tended performances of "The Traffic"
since its initial presentation one year
ago, and most of them have enthusi
| astically applauded the portrayal of the
unfortunate Agnes Berton by the clever
young emotional artist, Miss Bessie
, Sankev, who will head the company
presenting "The Traffic" in this city
t at the Majestie next Tuesday and Wed
nesday and Wednesday matinee. The
, production carried by this company is
one of the most complete on tour this
season, the tour big acts being shown
, exactly as during the record engaga
, ments in the larger cities. Adv.
At the Orpheum
The gem of purest ray serene of the
Orpheum's new season is Irene Frank
lin, who may be called a metropolitan
favorite, for she undoubtedly is. but
that doesn't mean that she is thought,
of in any less light in Harrisburg. Her
popularity is attested to by the big au
diences and immense receptions at each
performance. And right here we mu-t
bear in mind that other old favorites
are here this week too, no less than
our friends Frank Milton and the nifty
Belong Sisters, presenting a revised
edition of their great comedy sketch
"Twenty Minutes L«ayover at Alfalfa
Station." The girls are spirited an i
1 good to look upon, wearing some strik
ing costumes to a nicety, while Frank
Milton keeps the house convulsed witii
his "rube" gags and side-splitting an
-1 tics. All that remains of the old act
is the station idea and Mr. Milton is
also retained as the man of all jobs,
| with a special hat for everything he
does. But the lines are vastly differ
ent, the situations are new and the
. girls sing. But the well known efforts
of this trio are always enjoyed in Har
risburg, for they seem to have a warm,
warm welcome awaiting them whenever
it happen? that their names appear on
! the Orpheum program. Of course, one
I can't refrain from referring to Iren*
| Franklin when talking about the, best,
| things at the Orpheum this week, o'
' for that matter, the hest things this
Miss Franklin is an artist to her
| finger tips with a manner and style of
| delivering her songs that isn't to be
I compared with anyone else we have
| ever seen. They arc sung the way that
I Miss Franklin sings them and I be
lieve she could make a gem out of any
j old song she might choose to sin;j.
i Her new numbers are delighting Orphe
| um audiences immensely and the}' are
j equally as good as those she sang here
I two seasons ago, if not better. Tone.v
| and Norman, young man and woman in
lan eccentric song and comedy turn,
■ are coming in for big honors on the
! current offering too. Adv.
At the Colonial
A breezy comedy skit presented bv*
| really clever players known as Leonard
and Arnold, will be the leading attrac
j tion in vaudeville features to be un
I covered at the Colonial to-day. Thc-«
' plaverg comprise a clever anil pleasing
; miss and an excellent comedian and
i their offering is one that has appeare I
in many theatres where the prices wer
far in excess of those at the Colonial,
j Burke and Walsh, sidewalk patter fun
j sters, will have plenty of good gags an I
new parodies, while Dorothy Curtis, a
| dainty singing comedienne, is bound to
please admirers of pretty girl acts. V
; fine program of first run licensed films
will attract lovers of good moving pic
LARGE CROWD AT CARNIVAL
Grounds Are Expected to Be Packed To
night and To-morrow
Despite the very bad weather last
| night the Ferari Carnival Company 's
I grounds on Seventeenth street, betweeu
j Chestnut and Derry streets, were crowd
| ed with a happy, jostling Dhrong who
I waited their turn to enter the much
pleted all preparations for taking care
To-night and to-morrow record-break
ing crowds are expected on the grounds
f,nd the carnival company 'has com
pleted all preparations for taying care
of the vast crowds that are looked for.
The many frequenters of the carnival
will be sorry to see this large aggrega
! tion of good, clean, fun-making and
clever shows leave here on Saturday
" You persuaded your husband to join
a glee cluht"
"Yes," answered Mrs. Biggins;
"when he starts to sing at home I can
now advise him not to tire his voice,
and when he sings in the club I cau'l
hear him."—Washington Star.