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NEWS OF THE SPORTIN
BRAVES HAVEFIANL GAMBOL
Poee for Movies, Write Names on
Balls, Collect Money and Say
Boston, Oct. 13.—The Braves had a
farewell gambol at Fenway Park vcs
tprday forenoon, received their world's
gfrries checks and last night most of
them attended a banquet given by the
city in their honor at the Copley Plaza.
Several of the players left for their
homes yesterdav afternoon and others
departed last night. The marriage of
"Rabbit" Maranville at Springfield 011
October 28 will bring the boys togeth
er once more.
The Braves performed all sorts of
stunts in the field. They posed for
movie men and wrote their signatures
on baseballs for fans who wanted
(rowdy and Schmidt were the first
two to get out on the park. They wore
street trousers and baseball shirts. A
moment or so later Strand, Crutcher,
Mann and others, togged in their fight
ing regalia, romped 011 the field and
then some pretty snappy work was wit
A movie man lined the men up. When
he thought he had them arranged he
announced that he could not find a
crank. This was the cue for Connolly
to step to the bat. His offering was:
* "You can find Johnny Evers in the
front row, mister."
Chief Stallings was very happy. He
moved here and there acknowledging
congratulations modestly. He was glad
to see his men happy and said they
were the ones to whom all the credit
FORM BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Eight Clubs Enter Ne-w Middletown
An eight-club basketball league was
formed last evening in Middletown
with the election of the following of
fi -era: A. B. C'ressler, president; .Tos«pb
Flanagan, vice -president; Samuel Suy-
The league will be composed of the
f' .owing clubs: Middletown Car
Works, I'nion Hose Company, Wineroft
Stove Works, Liberty Fire Company,
Kreide- Shoe Factory, Rescue Hose
Company, .lednota School and n team
fl'or.i the Middletown A. C. to be known
as the Wharton team, under the lend
o:-diip of Paul Wharton, manager of
t!ii« year's championship baseball
The sanies will be played at the
M ddletown A. C. ciub rooms. It is
p rir.lie.l to open November 1.
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IF YOU WANT A MILD DRINK
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tth & Cumberland Sts. HaiTisblirg, Pa. Both Phonts
WORLD'S SERIES MONEY IS I
DISTRIBUTED TO PLAYERS
"Then Braves, Athletics, Giants and New
Yorks Begin to Scatter Homeward
—George Graham Takes Connie
Mack's Check Home to Philadelphia
New York, Oct. lo.— Kxrept for a
few echoes in the form of banquets to 1
world's series heroes the. 191 4 baseball 1
season passed into history yesterday,
with the National Commission's settle
ments with players, officials and club j
owuers concerned ia the post-season ac-1 *
tivities. Owing to yesterday's post-' 1
ponement on account of raiu a game re !
mains to determine the city champion
ship of Chieago. But the represents
tives of the commission in that city!
have been instructed to effect a settle- ;
ment for the Triumvirate as quickly as;
The National Commission at a meet
ing in the Waldorf-Astoria yesterday
morning instructed Secretary John
Bruce to draw checks necessary to'
square all accounts with those con j
cerned in the world's series and the
New York city championship series. 1
Bruce mailed to Manager Oeorgc Stal 1
| lings in Boston a. paper valued at $73, j
139.45, which is supposed to be shared)
! equally by the members of the new j
j world's champions. Representative j
George M. Graham, president of the 1 j
I Tri-State league, who superintended j
| New York's series, met Fred Merklc;
and Roger Peckinpaughi at the Giants'!
| Fifth Avenue Building offices before!
noon and turned over checks ot' $9,-
i 537.91 and sts,3f>iS.6l respectively.j
The players were allowed to divide the 1
money as they chose. Just how the
split was made was announced. The 1 ,
; Giants staked Mascot Jimmie Ford to;
the price of a winter wardrobe.
Graham departed for Philadelphia at i
1 o'clock with a check for $45,V59.63,
which he was to turn over to Connie
Mack at Shibe Park, where the 1 former
world's champions assembled at 3.
o'clock for the divvy. It was under
stood though no official confirmation
could be made, tha. Jimmy Walsh, of
Philadelphia, ami Pete l>ah»y, of the
New Yorks, will share equally one por-1
tion of the losers' end of both the!
world's series and the local series. Thisj
agreement was made at tbeytime Mack
traded Daley for Walsh.
BI LLET JOEIBISH ISiMARRIEBI
Athletics' Pitcher Will Take Bride
on I>ong Trip
Philadelphia, Oct. 15.—1n less than
two hours after he stepped off the Train
from Boston yesterday morning .Toe
Bush, the Athletics' young pitcher,
'led Miss Sylvia McMahon, of
. West I/chigh avenue, this city, to the!
I altar of St. Columbia 's Catholic church j
: and was married.
Bush was attended by Jimmie Walsh,
| his teammate. The only other members j
j of the Athletics who were present at!
I the wedding were Frank Baker and,
To-dav Mr. and Mrs. i Bush left for
(the West preparatory to'a long honey ;
moon with the all star baseball team'
! that Bush has .joined for the winter.
ENTRIES LARGE AT NEWPORT
O. P. Green, of Higiispire, Has Entered
Newport,* Oct. 15. —Entries for the
Newport fair harness races closed yes-1
terday with the largest list of en-1
Grants known here for many years.'
Purses of S3OO will be offered for each <
of the three events which were run off
to-day. O. P. Green, of Highspire, en
| tered Silver Mine in each of the three;
Hummclstown vs. Steelton Scrubs '
Hummelstown High school will meet
the Steelton High scrubs on Saturday;
afternoon. Three dates for November
i 7, 21 and 28 are open on Hununels '
town's schedule and managers of sec
i ond class high school teams desiring |
games should address Milton F. Liandifi,!
j manager, Hummelstown.
Bressler Jrs., Without (feme
The Bressler Juniors are without a
game for Saturday, October 17, and!
would like to schedule any amateur I
team for that date. The Bressler Ju ]
niors' average weight is 120 pounds.;
| Managers desiring games should ad '
j dress Harry Papenfus, Bressler, Pa.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 15, 1914.
BOWLERS OUT IN FORCE
Three Matches Played Yesterday on
Local Alleys—Trl-Staters Win at
Ducks Over Centrals
The Tri-Staters rolled up a score of
1,440 against the Central Leaguers in
their duck pin match in the Holtzman
'league last night, winning by 51 pins.
Fox and \V hat'tou tied for nigh game
score with marks of 118 each. The
Dcmnva ... S9 95 99 283
Winn 83 102 71— 2GI
iGoudv 106 89 79 274
Shipley ... 11l JOti j)9— 316
Wharton .. 91 9 7 118— 306
Totals .. 485 399 466—1440
Fox 94 118 85— 297
Thome ... 76 74 86— 236
Mourer .... 87 -105 100 — 292;
Yoder 77 87 113— 277
Gable 96 89 102— 287
Totals .. 430 473 486—1389
Machine Shop Wins Easily
The 'Machine Shop five wou froth the
Outside Construction team on the Ca
sino alleys last night by a margin of
178 pins, .benhart was nigh man. The
'Lenhart ... 166 124 158—r 448
iMiller 143 138 130— 41 1
Shannon ... 80 80 133 — 293
Books .... 162 140 134 436
Coleman .. 113 115 103— 331
Totals .. 664 597 658—1919
Hayes .... 146 160 122 428
Kennev ... 93 93 96 282
S'hipp 131. 98 116— 345
Marks 108 86 1 14 — 308
Nace 114 145 119— 378
Totals .. 592 582 567—174 1
Steros and Makeups Win Games
The cstcros and Makeup teams of
the Patriot Duck Pin League £ach won
the majority of their games against
the Admen and Linos 111 yesterday's
matches 011 the Casino alleys. The
Solmier .... 91 87 96—274
l'eiffer 87 105 106—298
Herman ... 40t 134 90—325
Totals ... 279 326 292 —897
'Carpenter .. 129 124 133—386
Garniun .... 92 93 105—290
Wagner ... 93 S4 83—260
Totals ... 314 301 321—936
Losh '. 88 112 91 —291
Brown ..... 115 141 109—365
Fry 93 100 122—315
Totals ... 296 353 322—971
Stigleman . . 98 106 96—300
Zeigier .... 101 111 94 —306
Gotwalt .... 105 119 98—322
Totals ...- 304 336 258—928
Want Football Games
H. F. Melntyre, manager of tho
Enola A. C. eleven is anxious to com
plete his football schedule for the sea
son. He would like to hear from the
Pen brook A. C. or teams in that class.
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JOHN EVEBS GETSS4S,OOO
His Total Earnings for the Year Great
er Than any Player Ever Earned
Boston, Ort. 15.—Twelve years ago.
an employe of a collar factory in Troy.
N. Y.. at $4 a week, Johnny Evers yes
terday received & check for his share
ot' the world's series money, making
his total earnings for the year in the
neighborhood of $40,000, the greatest
sum ever earned in a year by a player
in the history of baseoall.
Fans will remember that when Evers
signed up with Boston last winter he
received a bonus of $25,000. His sal
ary, in addition to this, was SIO,OOO.
W hen the Braves won the pennant he
received a further bouus of $2,000.
while the share from the world's sc
ries receipts was approximately
$2,750. In addition to this, his news
paper work is said to have netted him
52.500 and he was given an automo
bile Monday that cost $2,700 more.
I u his twelve years of 'baseball
service Evers lias earned about $75,
McGraw Gets SIB,OOO a Year
New York, Oct. 15.—Manager .lohn
'McGraw, of the New York Natioual
League team, told Tuesday what his
salary is for managing the Giants. It
is $i 8.000 a year, according to his
statement when he appeared at the
tax oitice to swear oil' personal assess
ments the city had levied against him.
.McGraw declared that all ot his salary
is required for the maintenance of Ins
The amount which the New York
National club owners pay McGraw lias
long been a matter of speculation, some
guesses putting it as high as $25,000
Archer Arrested for Assault
Chicago, Oct. 15. —Jimmy Archer,
catcher tor the Chicago National
League baseball club, was arrested yes
terday on a warrant charging assault.
The complainant was George E. Wolf
son. 28 years old, a rug manufacturer,
who "ays the ball player attacked him
at the close of Tuesday's city series
game between the Cutis and White
Sox. Archer declares that Wolfson
annoyed Mrs. Archer. Wolfson denies
Rain Holds Up Sox-Cub Game
Chicago, Oct. 15. —With the games
tied at three-all, rain yesterday tem
porarily halted the Cu'b- White Sox city
championship series. The seventh, and.
it is expected, the concluding, game
will be played to-day on the American
League grounds, weather permitting.
Summit Street Tigers Lose
The All-Stars defeated the Summit
tStreet Tigers yesterday, score 16 to 6.
Emanuel, Williams, Brenner and Maz
iy played best.
Greeks Win Second Game
The (Jreek= won the second Ureek-
Romau game at the Harrishurg Acade
my yesterday afternoon by the score of
6 to 0. The lineup and summary:
.1. Hjirt EE Craig
Harlacher L T Fisher
Wall is . L G Ilokc
Krall C Rutherford
Ross R G ..... W. Bennet
Lawson R T White
R. Bennet .... R E .... Broadhurst
Stackpole Ij B Holmes
Jennings ... <. LH B Seitz
Holler R H B .... Gurnette
Horton F B Saltsnian
Touchdown, Saltsman; referee and
umpire, Tatemj head linesman, Bailey;
time of quarters. 10 minutes.
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10 N. Third St., and P. R. R. Station
To night, " Help Wanted."
Tomorrow afternoon »nd evening,
"The Girl from .loyland'' ('Bur
Saturday afternoon and evening,
"Seven Keys to Baldpate."
Monday, matinee and night, Octo
ber 19, "The Dingbat Family."
Thursday afternoon and evening,
Oct. 22, '"The Girl of the Moun
Every afternoon and evening, high
Daily continuous vaudeville and pic
'' Help Wanted," which comes to the
Majestic to-night, is a play of the pres
ent in which the author, Jack 1/ait, en
deavors to point a moral in a story that
is skilfully adorned with intense pass
ages, plentifully intermingled with
waves if 'highly humorous situations,
both vomed.v and sentiment being al
dressed !o the mind of better minds.
The story has to do principally witih
Jerrold R. Scott, a millionaire importer,
whoso acquaintance with young women
stenographers employed in Tils office von
stitU'tes the pivot around which revolves
the dramatic situations of the play.-She
obtains employment in the office of the
father, who. while ho loves his wife,
is somewhat thought less of what m 1 girt
result from his lifitte sideline of flirta
tions. Conditions become #uch that the
girl is forced to leave 'her work, but!
finds a haven of peace and happiness in !
the a waiting arms of the young man, j
a stepson. Ad.v.
"Girls From Joyland"
With a cast including Frank L. j
Wakefield, Fred 'Bulla, Joe Phillips, I
Dolly Sweet, Maisie L'Estrange, Lillian j
Raymond, Jean Schiller, R.ussell K. Hill
and Frank W. Martin and a chorus of
musical comedy-girls, "The Girls From
Joyland'' comes to the Majestic to-mor
row matinee and nigflvt. This company
of funmakers will be seen in a tw-o-act
comedy written bv Frank L. Wakefiold, !
who is also the featured co-median.
Wake field will be seen as Steve, the I
dope. The scenes are enacted in Paris
ami on the 'boundary of Mexico, every |
line is up-to-the-minute, a burlesque on!
something, not 'the old time "hit" and \
"number" show. Adv. j
"Seven Keys to Baldpate"
The heartiest laugh that has 'burst'
upon the amusement world for a long,!
lonig time is George iM. Cohan's mys- I
tery farce, "Seven Keys to ißald'ptate,"
which is to be seen at tlhe Majestic
theatre Saturday matinee and night. |
It is as redolent of the gifted George IM. I
as an American flag is full of freedom, i
Mr. Cohan's recipe for a (happy even-'
ing is a reeipe for Wie grouches of Wie j
universe. In his prescription the au- j
t'hor has mixed with exact proportions J
mystery, thrills ami laughter, with al
sweetening dash of love as a tribute to I
onpid, the result being a tonic -which j
may be token with remarkably -bene- j
fioial results. Adv. i
"The Dingbat Family
We will have to assume, for so tthe i
best theatrical writers tell us, that tfhe
tremendous success of "The Dingbat
Family,'' the famous subjects adapted
to the musical comedy stage by 'Frank
Stammers, is due more than anything
else to the real, red-blooded fidelity to
characters and incidents of everyday
life portrayed comically and sometimes
satirically, as the theatregoers. want
them. The "family upstairs" is a sub
ject ttiat, enters niort vitally into the
daily lives of proboWy four fifths of the
enibire population of our country and 1s!
'beyond question the source of as much I
discussion as aid oflier 'home topics. The
troubles of Dingbat anal 'his wife, "the
'Duchess" witoh "tlhe family upstairs,"
m*y toe a trifle exaggerated, but t'hey
are, nevertheless, lhonrely troubles and
combined with tlhe delightful music ami
tlhe gorgeous display of femininity
(Should, as a musical Kiomedy, prove a
•potent attraction at tfho (Majestic Mon
day matinee ami night. Ady,
At the Orpheum
Harmony is tlhe cliar-m of fhis week's
>bi'M ait the Orpfeeua. It is provided by
the Bison City Pour. These artists are
just back from tihe war and they ha.l
a pretty hard time getting 'back, tout
now t'hait. they are in America again
t'hey seem to have forgotten their hard
ship and are singing 'better and are
funnier than ever. No better evidence
of .just how close to the front tlhey were,
could 'be given, tlhan the tattered uni
forms 'they wear for one of their "com
edy songs. This iB a medley of foreign
national airs, and while singing it, the
'boys wear military unforms of Euro
pean countries. When it comes to ex
quisite harmony tfhere is no quartet in
vaudeville that has anything on the
Bison Oi'ty (Four. And When it comcß to
wholesome foolishness t'hey stand alone
again. HarriSbwg has evinced its lik
ing for good male quartets time and
again and naituraJly the IBison City Four
is singing all its en-cores this week, and
then their audiences 'keep demanding
more. Another 'big 'Comedy liit of the
week is a playlet, called "iHiring a
Maid," presented by Mr. and Mrs. Cap
pelen. These two splendid novelties,
also the Mystic Bird, are tlhree Keith
novelties that are worthy of head3ine
position on any bill. They are include,!
among the sterling attractions grouped
about Frederick Bowers and company
in a great variety act of excellent sing
ing and good dancing 'with dashes of
rich comedy. The Orpfoeum's is
pood throughout and as one vaudeville
fan expressed it, "its 'like a perfect
lettuce head, ivninarred 'bv bugs in the
At the Colonial
This should be a day of mirth at the
Colonial. Not only because the top
notch vaudeville acts are all of the
type, but because two
feature films are scheduled to appear
there to j dav that are tootih declared to
he laugh ringers of the first water. A
Vita graiph feature, entitled "Eats,"
and an Essanay comedy in two parts
called "Golf Champion Chick Evans
Links with Sweedie," are included in
today's moving picture program. A
corking srood vaudeville bill makes rts
initial appearance there to-day, com
prising .Terge and Hamilton, comedy
song and patter artists; the Azard
Brothers, offerilig a wonderful balan
cing act. and iMclver and Scott, splen
did Scotch dancers.
At the Photoplay
It is seldom a film story so- vividly
portrays the human emotion in all its
ramifications as does the "Shadows of
the Past," a thrilling political narra
tive of powerful dramatic situations,
intense moments of thrilling action
and startling climaxes. A cast of Vita
graph players noted for their excellent
work were assembled to enact this
sensational drama of life, a story
taken from the history of a trio of ad
venturers, who, pfter a term in prison,
determined to follow the straight and
narrow path of rectitude, and how
well they conceived the possibilities
of the various characters is evidenced
by the reception their work elicited
from the capacity audiences at the
Vitagraph Theatre, New York City,
where it enjoyed a run. "Shadows of
the Past" is a Vitagraph Broadway
Star Feature picture and will be the
big feature at the Photoplay. Adv.
"Westminster Presbyterian Church Pul
pit Is Declared Vacant
Mifflintown, Oct. 15. —Mrs. Jacob
Dubbs w visiting at the home of her
parents in Manchester.
The Rev. Wesley M. Hvde, of
Acadetnia, declared the pulpit of the
Westminster Presbyterian church Uere
vacant on Sunday evening.
Miss Mary Knlp, of Harrisburg, is
spending a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Kulp.
Mrs. R. Ijouis Bo isum and Mrs. Jo
seph Arbogast spent Saturday in Lew
' .1. M. Donnelly, of Altoona, while at
tending the soldiers' reunion iu MvAl
isterville Saturday, spent some time
j with friends here. (
Leslie Allison, of Philadelphia, is
I visiting his mother, Mrs. Ellen Alli
Miss Marian Bashore has returned
home after au extended visit with rela
i tives in Philadelphia,
j Mrs. D. L. Berry anil son, Harold,
j spent Saturday in Port Royal
Lloyd Arbogast, of Carbondale.
spent Sunday with bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Arbogast.
Miss Ella Seiber returned from a
visit to Sunbury and BlOomsburg.
Mrs. R. Boyd Parker and little son.
Robert, returned home Sunday after a
| two weeks' visit in < arbondale and
Mrs. Charles Stahl, of Lewistown.
spent Sunday with her father, Or. An
Mrs. Margaret McClintic and daugh
: ter, Mrs. Isabelle Beuhn, and children
j spent Sunday in Lewistown.
Miss Anna Mayer spent a few days
! last week in Berwick.
William Zeidei's attended Synod in
j Lewisburg last week.
'Misses Josephine and Elsie De-aver
' are visiting friends at Osceola.
'Mrs. Wilson Warner spent a few
I days last week in Harrisburg.
Mrs. Blanch Koblnson Entertains
Guests at Maple Farm
Dauphin, Oct. 15. —The Ladies' Mite
| Society of the Methodist Episcopal
I church met ftt the home of Mrs. 0. W.
Wolfe on Tuesday evening. After the
regular business was transacted re
j fresh men ts were served
Mrs.planch Robinson ehtertained at
dinner \t hto home, Maple farm, on
Tuesday, The guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Greenawalt, Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Gertierich, Mrs. C. H. Forney,
Mrs. H. M. Reed, Mrs. Jennie Hicker
nell, Miss Mary Greenawalt and David
Hickernell. The table was decornted
with flowers, vegetables and pumpkins.
After dinner the party enjoyed a chest
nut hunt In Simnsler's Hollow.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speece, of
! Speeeeville, celebrated their tenth wed-
I ding anniversary on Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Cof/ode and Miss Cora
Cofrode are visiting Mrs. Walter
Speece at* Speeeeville.
Mr. and MTS. Chester Bowman and
daughter, GtsraJdine, of Kenovo, spent
Saturday wilh Mrs. Samuel Maurey.
Mrs. Ora Kling, of Shiremanstown,
is visiting Mrs. Sarah Spongier.
Miss Bertha < ofrode, who was the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Marjr
Cofrode, returned to Johnsfbwn Satur
Reginald Fernald, of New York
City, spent Monslay in town.
WEST FAIR VIEW
Pastor Given a Pleasant Surprise on I
Return foi; Fourth Year
West Fairviiew. Oct. 15.- —A verv
agreeable surprise was given the Rev.
J. A. Shettel,,pastor of Grace IT.1 T . B.
church, on hist return by the Pennsyl
vania annual nonferencc for the fourth
year. Four beautiful double chrysanthe
mums, white" in color, were presented
by H. D. Musaer in a neat speech speak
ing for the congregation and Sunday
school. Three «to represent. three vears
of past servicetand the fouth the year
.lust begun. B. C. Hoon spok 0 for the
Y. P. 8. C'. E., and *KdwaTd Kutr. in a
speech presented a delicious basket of
fruit given by Mr. ,and Mrs. f) K
Eshenauer. Mr. and-Mrs. H. W. Neidig
procured the chrysanthemums. ,\n ex
eel lent repast was served to all pres
ent who were as foillows: Mr. and Mrs'
J. A. Shettel, H. D. Musser. H. M.
«!?r ner 'J' G- y P fflrr °w, Mr. anil Mrs.
William Henneman, Mrs. Marv Zeiirler
Mr. and Mrs. IsraeUSmith. Mr. and'
Mrs. F D. Luse, F. Mrs. Oath
snne Bowers, Mr. an*! Mrs. George
Sm.th, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Neidie
Miss Annie Neidig, Mlrs. W. T. Smelt
zer, Mrs. B. W. Boley,,Mrs. Edna Mar
zolt,. Mrs. George Enswr, Mrs. C IF
Burns, Mrs. Daniel Bnet?:, Mrs. Daniei
utiles, Mrs. Catharine Killheffer, Mrs
U B. Crauford, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
( ~".r r ' V ' ; V ' r . s - N °»h Hippie, Mr. and Mrs!
Edward Kutz, Miss Ellhel Wolfe Al
verna Richmond, Rnth s Marv, Rhoda
and Ksther Shettel, Mr. and Mrs. Har
!J...^ w " rtz Hiid .daughter, Grace; C. C
Killheffer, Mrs. C W. l, tlse an(l chi| .
.7 Robert Jinj Wlndva; Mf. ahd Mr*
a W. Shettel and son,' Divides
Ponesmith and children, Racl.ael and
" "v Mrs - °- K Eshenauer,
Jospehinc Weaver, Mr. and Mrs Wil
iam Ffiulk, tSopliia and Paul Curry B
O. Hoon, Mrs. George Cupples and' son,
Vaughn; Mrs. Emory Wert, Mrs
Uiarles Honich and daughter, Romaine;
Miss Lottie Zeigler, Katherine Kuf/
Margaret Gamber, F. .1. Shaull, Edward'
Stiles, Mrs. Fred Baker and Mrs I'' .1
sfr^!l M « 1323 North
street, Harrisbnrg, and Uwis Albert,
of Newark. N. .1., were married Tue«
day evening at S o'clock at th e home
ot the bride by the Rev. S. B Bidlack
of this place. The bride was attired in
a beautiful pink, silk, mouseline. Those
TTu'Tr, thi " |,lai ' e wer e the li'ev.
B. S. Bidlack and son, Kenneth; Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Weaver and daughters
Hazel, Josephine and Emma.
District Sunday School Convention in
M. E. Church Next Monday
Halifax, Oct. 15.—Mrs. C. A. Funk
spent, last Sunday at, Lebanon wher®
she spoke before the Missionary So
ciety of tlhe IT. !B. churc'h.
_ A district Sunday school convention
will be held iu tbe M. E. ulhureh next
•Monday evening. Prominent speakers
from Harrisbiiirg will be in attendance.
Mrs. Lydia lAndis and son, Kee.l,
sjieiit over Sunday at 'Harrisbnrg with
the former's son,' Charles Land is, and
Undertaker Helwig, of Millersburg,
j was in town on business yesterday,
i Mrs. J. T. Wilson, of York Haveu,
spent Tuesday a! the homo of Mr. and
| Mrs. Frank Mot.ter.
| J. Herbert Pike, of IMiddlotown,
J spent Wednesday with his mother, Mrs.
! Sarah Pike.
| W. H. Rigler, of Hot Springs, South
j Dakota, is visiting friends in town.
; 'Mrs. fJeorge Ppwle.v, 0 f Harrisbnrg,
j is visiting her brother, (i. W. ShlHlz,
; Many Persons Attended the Firemen's
Parade in Harrisburg
New Germantown, Oct. 15. Miss
Keen, of Philadelphia, who spent ten
days looking over her farm here, has
S. Berry, of Bell wood, visited his
cousin, Mrs. Martin Rhinesmith, rtf
Mrs. Wilbur Mumper spent Friday in
The Johnston brothers, of Harris
| burg, spent Sunday at Hotel Keim.
The Rev. Mr. Reighard preached an
impressive Harvest Home sermon last
Mrs. William Piatt, who spent last
week in Harrisburg, returned Saturday
Those who attended the firemen's
parade in Harrisburg from here were
Mrs. Benjamin Gring. Mrs Harry
Showaker, James A. Noel, .lame's
O'Donnell, Frank Johnston,, Alma S.
J. .Morrison, who went in the train,
and Wilmer Mumper took William
Piatt. George Arnold, Samuel WUrou
and Herbert Smith iu an auto. All
enjoyed the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Adams attended
the York fair and the firemen's parade
Mrs. Homer Kelt and sister, Dessie
Shearer, visited their brother, Charles
Shearer, in Lancaster county last week.
A. < . Willhide spent a week with
i his daughter, Mrs. Sowers, in Consho
Milton Wilson is now lineman in the
i place of Lewis Lehman. The latter
! resigned on account of ill health.
Mrs. Edward Barnhart visited
i friends in Harrisburg last week.
1 Miss Grace Light Returns From Bal
timore After Operation
: Special Correspondence.
iMillertftown, Oct. 15.—Prof. J. O.
Oharles spent Sunday at 'his home near 1
Mr. ajid Mrs. Frank Ward and two
children, of Eldorado, (>,, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Ward.
Miss Iva Brown, of Thompsontown,
was a recent g*iest of Miss Olive Ranch.
Mf*. Oharles Miller, of New Berlin,
visited at the home of H. W. Page this
Mrs. H.. M. Cochran is vteiting rela
tives in Marvgville.
Miss Grace Light, has returned home
from the iHdbrew hospital, Baltimore,
after a successful operation.