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NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD
CENTRAL EMERGES FROM
HARD GAME VICTORIOUS 510
Xiefcanon High, With Reputation of
Beating Steelton. Puts Up but Fee
ble Defease Against Central—Rote
Buns Wild in Broken Field
Showing championship form, Central
High Saturday afternoon walloped tliej
Lebanon High eleven—touted as Leba- !
non's strongest team in yearn —as eas :
ily as the other high school teams have ;
gone under, to the score of 57 to 0.
With the exception of two moderate \
gains, which netted first downs, the I
team that defeated Steelton decisively j
this season did nothing more against ;
The work of Rote, Central High's |
qunrterback, was perhaps the best that
Lebanon played against this season, i
for they did not seem able to meet him j
at his own game and time and time
again he got through the team for long
gains, running in one instance 80 yards
for a touchdown witlj the whole L<eba
jwm team trying to down him. His I
dashing tactics from the start put Leb
anon out of the running.
During what little chance there was ;
for defensive work Central showed im- !
provemcnt, the line getting the jump on j
the opposition. For two periods the j
game was nothing more than Rote get- '
ting the hall after Central would re
cover a funvble or on an opposition for- ;
ward pass and dashing through a brok j
en field for a score. .
Snieltzer has developed into a hard !
line-plunging fullback. Repeatedly he j
got, through fi 1 consistent gains and his
•playing worked in well with Rote's and
together they made a hard combina- ■
tion to beat. While Rote stayed for j
tint half the game, Snieltzer remained
the entire game and in that time went
over for four touchdowns, equaling)
ilote's record tor the day. Bingham is I
punting excellently and may be given
this department of the game. Roth '
played a splendid game at half ami
Houtz and Smucker played well on the
Imp. The lineup and summary:
Gamber L K . . Winn
J. Waiters .... 1. T Bvers j
Milberrie I, (1 Smucker !
Albert C Diffenbach I
Bucket* R G Sellheimer j
W. Nagle RT Black
E. Nagle R E Houtz |
Hynsou H Rote
Short L H B Roth I
11. Light .... R 11 B Bingham !
Waiters .... PR Smeltzer
Touchdowu, Rote, 4; Smeltzer, 4;
Bingham. Goals from touchdown.
Rote, 2; Bingham. Substitutes, Leba-j
non, Crauinci for E. Nagle, Harper for i
•I. Walters, Bollmau for W. Nagle, W. j
Nagle for C'raumer, Moore for Hynson.!
Sonnor for Harpel, B. Light for Bell
n.an, Rhuteheardt for Bucher, C. Wal-;
ters for Homan, Kerchoff for B. Light, j
Longnecker for E. Xagle, Wei'l man for
W. Nagle. Wallace for Rhineheardt; '
Central, Bake: for Byers, Zeigler for
Rote, Eioehlich for /eigler. Lynch for
Winn. Umpire, Walter, Dickinson.
Referee. Fletcher, LawrencevHle Acad
emy. Linesman, Loeser, Dickinson.
Time of quarters, 10 minutes.
DR. KLUGH, Specialist
» , l»Tllclan nnd Snrireoa
20H Wnlnnt St., Hnrrlnburic. Pa
of iromrn nrrt inrni wpeclal,
private. npr«lfl«\ ncrrnuft and rbroale
dlmoanc*. ficnfrnl offlcr work. CnnnaU
Intion free nnd confidential. .Medicine
furnished. Work ktiio run teed. Cburicea
moderate. 2(» yearn' experience.
UK. M.I (ill. the iiell-kßoun Specialist
CHICHESTER S PILLS
V-J. THE UIAMONU RRtHD. *
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r SOUt BY OKlififiiSTS EVERYHfHEJif
J I I p sule beam the (MIDY I
I name \ ~y
Hon. William Jennings Bryan
SAYS, Grape Juice is a Temperance Drink.
IF YOU WANT A MILD DRINKT
It is LOW in Alcohol and HIGH in Quality
JOHN G. WALL, Agent,
tih & Cumberland Sts. Harrisbllfg, Pa. Both PhonM
Hollenback's Crew Has Mot Bean
Scored on This Season, Totaling
78 Against Opponents
Three members of the "Big Six"
! have passed 'the century mark in seor
• ing. They are Dartmouth, Harvard
and Cornell. Other teams that are
j above the 100 mark are 'Michigan and
; Washington and Jefferson. Michigan
still leads this field with 180 points,
: as against 1 0.
Washington and Lee is above the
j 200 mark and has not been scored on.
but its opponents do not compare with
i those of the other high-scoring teams.
Dartmouth, which comes to Princeton
next Saturday, has run up 166 points,
j as against 9, and Folwell's W. and J.
team, which meets Yale at New Ha
! ven next Saturday, has a record of 168
points against its rivals' lo (all were
scored by Harvard).
Cornell's easy victory over Bucknell
swelled its total to 103 points, against
j near the top in scoring, are on the
i mark when it made 13 points in the
Tufts game. Opposing teams have mus
| tered 15 points against the Crimson.
State College is the only eastern
j team with a perfect record, not a point
' being scored against Bill Hollenback's
! team, which in four games has totaled
! 78 points.
Petni only shows 27-16 in its four
! games and the Indians, who are usually
wrong side of the card with 42-52.
] worng side of the card with 4 2-52.
(ALAC TO LEAD INDIANS
Brilliant Backfield Player Succeeds El
mer Busch, Who Resigned
Carlisle, Oct. 19.—The members of
j the Carlisle Indian football eleven
| have elected Peter C'alac captain, to
I succeed ex-Captain Elmer Busch, whoso
resignation was forced last week.
Calm* is h Mission Indian and, like
Busch. a Californian. 'He is 20 years
"hi and has played two vears in the
I < arlisle played its best game o!' the
year against Pittsburgh Saturday and.
j in the opinion of the officials, with a
j strong man as leader will enter upon a
, streak of better football work. The
annual game with Petin will be plaved
i next Saturday.
GETTYSBURG TO OPEN SEASON
Harrisburg Academy Team Will Start
Play on ifatudlay
The Gettysburg Academy will open
' tne season at the Harrisburg
1 :V. a ! len '/ next Saturday afternoon.
, With the exception of November 21,
Manager Bailey has completed the
I schedule for the Harrisburg team It
| October 24. Gettysburg Academy, at
October 31. Franklin ami Marshall
A.ca<lemy, at l-/amasfer.
November 7, Yeates school, at Har
November 14, Lebanon Va'llev 'Re
serves att Harrisburg.
November 21, open date.
ACCURACY IN GOLF
i Methods Adopted by Ouimet in Acquir
ing His Stroke
For my own part I never have tried
to achieve distinction as a long hitter.
To be successful in open competition a
; golfer necessarily must be able to hold
' his own fairly well in the matter of dis
tance. But 1 have found it possible
to do this to a reasonable degree by
' trying to cultivate a smooth stroke and
i timing it well.
Being of good height, almost six
feet, and having a moderately full
j swing, my club gets a good sweep in
its course toward the ball, so that the
point I strive for is to have the club
head moving at its maximum of speed
■ at the moment of impact with the ball.
I know 1 could get greater distance
than I do ordinarily, for now and then
, I do try to hit as hard aud as far as
1 can, with additional yards resulting.
These efforts, however, are made
I when there is nothing at intake and
are merely a bit of experimenting. To
make such extra efforts the rule rather
j than the exception would be the old
j storv of sacrificing accuracy for dis
j tance. The minute a golfer begins do
| iug that in competition he is "lost,"
; or such is mv belief.—Francis Ouimet
| in St. Nicholas.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1914.
TECH WINS UPHILL GAME
FROM STEELTON HICHI9-6
Blue and White Eleven's Speed Suaf
prised Local Team and a Score Was
Pushed Across Before Latter Woke
Up—Beck and Britach Flay Well
Steelton's fast football at the start
of Saturday's game with Tech on the
Cottage Hill gridiron, Steelton, took
Tech by surprise and it was not until
the second half of the game that the
local school showed anvthiag" like the
game the teem is capable of^
As a consequence the Maroon and
Grey team was compelled to play an
uphill game. Steelton scoring before
the Tech warriors were warmed up to
the job. The heavier Te?h team show
ed a reversal of form after the inter
mission and scored enough to make the
game decisive, winning 19 to 6.
Tech's greatest fault was fumbling
the ball and although her backs could
gain consistently a fumble in the first
half would invariably fall into Steel
ton's hauds and the gains would lie lor
naught. After a pair of fumbles at
the start of the game the Steelton
backs pushed their way through the
Tech line and a forward pass, Gardner
to Keiin. put a Steeltob score across.
The half ended with the score that
Coach Dunkle gave the local war
riors some heart between the halves
and the local eleven showed to better
advantage. Beck being able to hit the
line for consistent gains and Britsch
making long gains around the end.
Britsch also showed well in running
back punts in the latter part of the
game. Beck twice ploughed through
the line for scores and Britsch made the
third touchdown alter a forty-yard
run. Gardner and Keim showed well
for Steelton. The live-up and sum
Keim L. E S-titeler
Wren L. C», . Miller
Levitz L. G Fitzpatrick
Norris C Cless
Morrett K. G -..McKay
Crump R. T Kutz
Eckenrode R. E Emanuel
Davhoff Q. B Britsch
Phillips L. H. B Harris
Conklin R. H. B Beach
Gardner P. B Beck
Touchdowns, Keim, Beck, 2; Britsch.
Goals from touchdowns, Kutz. Substi
tutions. Steelton, Rupp for Phillips,
Hoffer for Levitz, Crowley for Morrett,
Levitz for Hoffer, HofTer for
Levitz for Crump. Tech, Wier for
Fitzpatrick. Referee. Hitchler. Dick
inson. Umpire, Wilson, Dickinson;
Head linesman. Johnson, of Bucknell.
Linesmen, Gaffnev, University of Vir
ginia, and Killinger, Harrisburg Tech.
Time of quarters, 11 minutes each.
L. H. Kmuard to Speak
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Telephone Society ot Harrisburg to
night L. H. Kinnard. vice president of
the Bell Telephone Company of Penn
sj'lvania, will make an address. Mr.
Kinnard was formerly a resident of this
Henry Olyds Will Speak
Henry Olyds, of Philadelphia, will
lecture to-night to the Harrisburg Nat
ural History Society at 8 o'clock in the
auditorium of the Technical High
school. His subject will be ''Birds and
"A PIH-siri-AsS WoTEI ■
|*| IN THE MOUNTAINS | |U
i|- Resident Physician )Jjsu§
>1 Massage; Electricity; Cabi
-11 net Baths; Diet Kitchen.
y Same management as
SIDES c£ SIDBS
Highspire Wins From Ell*ab»thTtr|>
High By Touchdown—Belmont
Tops Penbrook Team
1 Highspire defeated Elizabethville
High school at Hightpire Saturday in
, a well played game, score 7 to 0. Cap
! tain Wolff scored the only touchdown
after an end run of fifteen yards. 8.
i Sides booted the goal. The line-up and
1 Highspire. Elizabethville
| F. Wolff b. E. • Snavely
i Nelson b. T E. Zeigler
j Daniels ..... ,b. G. 7. . . .Gallagher
j R. Diffv C Keaffer
8. Side's , R. G O. Uler
jHoch R. T F. ITler
, Diff iR. E Swartz
i White B !J. Zeigler
jG. Wolff .. . ,'b. H. B Botts
j Mumma R. H. B Hoke
! W. Sides F. B H. Weaver
Substitutes, Thomas for S. Sides.
Green for Diff. Diff for White, S.
. Weaver for Gallagher, bentz for O.
! Uler. Touchdown, G. Wolff. Goal from
touchdown, Sides. Referee, White. Um
j pire. Mcbaughlin. Head linesman. Btter
i Timekeepers. Weifcle. C. V. S. N. S. and
| Wilson, Princeton. Time of quarters,
| 10 and S minutes.
Belmont, 14; Penbrook, O
I The Penbrook A. C. lost to the Bel-
I mont eleven on the Belmont field Sat
| urdav afternoon in a herd fought
i game, score 14 to 0. Both touchdowns
| were scored on forward passes after
Screiner and Basehore had plunged
' Penbrook's line for long gains. The
line-up and summary:
I Belmont. Penbrook
IC. b. E. .D. Maddenf ord
|S. booker b. T Huber
! Hendricks b. G Yountz
, S. Hoover C Whitman
Nissley R. G ,'M. Funk
| Filling R. T Farling
j Black R. E Aungst
! bongenecker .. Q. B Sellers
jSchreiner . . . .b. H. B Cook
Umholtz R. H. B Rhoads
! Bashore H. 8.. .H. Madenford
] Touchdowns, Umholtz, Black. Goals
j from touchdowns. Umholtz, Schreincr.
! Substitutions. Ix>ng, Hoover, Homier
I and Black. Referee, C. Barnliart. Um
-1 pire. Shields. Time of periods, S and
1 10 minutes.
Scholastics, 47; Camp Hill, O
The Penbrook Ail-Scholastics won
! easily from Camp Hill A. C. at Camp
j Hill Saturday, score 47-0. Cooper,
' Bobbs, Geary were stars for Penbrook,
• while Brownfelter, Good and Bell did
jCamp Hill's best work. The lineup and
All-Scholastics. Cainp Hill.
j Garverich RE D. Cooper
Garman ...... R T ....... Bsrder
| Florry R G ... Frownfeiter
j Gumpher ....... C Bigler
i Koons b G Foulk
| Kcomes b T E. Cooper
| Geary b E H. Cooper
| Zeigler Q B Good
I Bobbs b H B Hilary
| Cooper R H B Bail
| Nagle . . . F B Myers
Substitutions, Moore for Gumpher,
| Shields for \agie, Nagle for Koumes.
| Referee, Myers; umpire, Xivinger: head
| linesman, Mecklev; touchdowns. Geary,
I 2; Bobbs. 2; Cooper, 2; Garman. Coals
from touchdowns, Bobbs. 2; S'agle, 1;
! Cooper, 1.
Ex-Webster, »6; Clifton Heights, 7
Ex-Webster easily defeated the Clif
[ ton Heights team at Tnirteenth and
I Sycamore streets Saturday, score 36 to
j7. The lineup:
Clifton Heights. Ex-Webster.
I McKcever .... b E Hollinger
; Grass b T W^eber
j .Jones b G Grier
jMoody C fleagle
I Baltosser R G V. Ditzel
; James R T W. Ditzel
j Wingard R E Cashman
Huntsberger ... y B Keister
Moore bH B Osier
! • lark RH B Wilson
I Crist F B Madden
j Touchdowns, Hollinger, 2; Madden,
2; Keister, Cashman, Wingard. Goal
| from touchdown, Crist. Time of qusr
; terft, 8 and 10 minutes. Referee, Uncle
Mlddletown Downs Palmyra
I Middletown defeated Palmyra Sat
i urdav afternoon at Middletown by a
I score of 38 to 0. The lineup:
j Middletown. Palmyra.
Arnold RG Lousar
Bryan. Sbaeffer ,R T .... Zentmeyer
j Titus R E ....... Brvson
Sn . v der . C Bishop
j kutz, Kurtz ... b G . Hollingaworth
i Gingrich b T Dampman
: Hummel b E Shcnk
| Weineh OB Bradv
| Vmger b H B Slesser
! R'issel F B Birkhold
Touchdowns, Russel, 4; Yinger. Hum
mel. Goals from touchdowns, Yinger,
j2. Referee, McCore; umpire, Spangler;
| head linesman, Weidner.
Sycamore, 46; Bressler, O
I Sycamore triumphed over the Bress
ier A. on the Sycamore grounds Sat
uiday to the tune of 46 to 0. The
Sycamores would like to arrange
games with teams w'hose average
weight is not more than 120 pounds.
Address James Zimmerman, manager,
1310 South Cameron street. The line
up aud summary:
'Miller R, E..., Zimmerman
•fisher R. T H. Sehreck
O Neil R. O ... i... . Coover
'Bressler C Yost
Reynolds b. G Blade
(Mike b. T. . . .R.. I>owney
Papenfus b. lE Robison
'Bartles Q. ® Rodgers
Gluntz R. H. B Minich
Konig b.'H. B J. "Downey
Swetzler F. B W. Sdhreck
j Touchdowns, (Minted, 3; \V. ScOireck.
2; J. Downey, 1; Rodgers, 1. Goals
from touchdowns, Coover, 2; /Simmer
Central Scrubs Win, 7-6
The Central Scrubs played 'between
t'he halves of the big game on Saturday
and defeated the Hamilton A. C*. by a
score of 7 to 6. The line-up:
Hamilton A, C. Central,
Smith ib. E Nell
Deal b. T Segelbaum
'Potteiger R. G Doehne
ißeed p Marcus
Murray R. O Frank
Schultz R. T Deniiey
Yountz 'R. E Mte/Na-nney
Madhener Q. B. . . .J. Froehlich
• C. Walls b. H. 'B Sounders
j IH. Wa115....... R. H. 'B Carter
I Kellev 'F. B iHall
I Touchdowns, Saunders, H. Walls.
Goal* from touchdown, Hall. Referee.
Houtz, Central. Time of quarters, 10
Mechanicsburg Ties With Oberlin
Mechauiic#burg. Oft. 19.—(Mechanics
burg A. 0. and Oberlin .played a score- '
less tie oil the Meghanic*buig gridiron
Saturday afternoon. The line-up:
'Dinlev F. 'B E. Stepp
Walters b. T Aungst
Ho wo 1,, o , Wise
MdKay C G. Young 1
Kunkle R. G Suskev
Dull . . . . R. T iHa.nchu
Miller R. E G. Casfoman
Frysinger, Cap*. .Q. « W. Jan son
Jacobs b «. B M. Miil'ler
Bowon iR. H. B. . . /Me. Young j
Fisihel • ■ • F. tB C. Stopp i
Substitutions, Oberlin, Finiiev for
Voung. Referee. Merger, t.Vl'echanics
'burg. Unvpire, Stehle, fMee'nanicp'ouig.
Time of quarters, S and 10 mimitos.
Bella Vista, 6; St. Mary's rt
Bella Viata and St. Mary 's played a
; tie game on Saturday, each side scor
ing a touchdown. The lineup:
Belia Vista. St. Marv's.
A. Waugh .... b E Hocker
Millard b T Pve
j Parthemore b G Goll'as
Snoke 0 Donatil
i J. ..... BG Zerance
Taylor R T Siavine
, Stetler HE Stanalev
® B So.»tar
i fickle b H 1 B .... Staraeinic
c <»ok RHB McCakin
Shenck F B . . . . Diffenderfer
Substitutions, Bella Vista, Wire for
Taylor, G. Waugh for Shenck, Shenck
lor Cline; S). Mary's, J. Zerance for
Starasinie. Touchdown. Stanley, Wire.
! Referee, Hummel, Steelton. Umpire,
j Gallagher, bebanon Valley. Head
| linesman. Cookerly. Time of quarters,
! 12 and 10 minutes.
SiJrth Ward Scrubs Win, «-»
The Sixth Ward Scrubs defeated the
'Olympic first team Saturday in n close I
j game. 6 to 0. The lineup:
Sixth Ward Scrubs. Olvmpics.
1 W. William ... L. E * . . Shaw j
I Wallace b T . . . . H. Waricks
Colbert L G H. Grav
G. Williams 0 Potter
I Johnson R G Raed (
| Pierce R T Comptou
Bu,! 's RE P. Tav ior
Ib. fav,or .... (J B bavtou
i Brown b H B . . R Wanvicks
| Smith RHB Hooper
Stewart F B T. Grav
j Pouchdown. Stewart. Substitutions,
j Olympics, Coles for bavtou; Sixth
: Ward Scrubs, Scott for Wallace. Kef
■ eree. Burton. Umpire, Howard. Time
of quarters, 10 minutes.
POLITICAL MftSS lETINCS
Republican, Washington and Demo
! cratic Parties Busy Holding Gath
erings Throughout County
It was Washington party night on '
! Saturday night, and anion/ the meet-,
I ings held was a mass meeting ih Mar- 1
I ket square, presided over by Dr. R. M. j
i Dunlup, city chairman, and addressed j
Iby Congressman Arthur R. Rupley, j
j candidate for re-election as Congress- j
| man-at-iarge; Horace A. Keefer, of'
| binglestown, and James W. Barker, I
| candidate for Assembly from the city.!
Washington party meetings were
also held at Elizabethville. Berrysburg '
! and Pillow, at which addresses were
made by Dr. J. B. Kreider, candidate'
for Congress, and J. B. Martin, candi- '
date for Assembly.
This evening a Washington party
mass meeting will be heldjit bemoyne, |
at which addresses will be made by A. j
b. Bierbower and George Horning, i
candidates for Assembly, and Dr. J. B.'
| Republican mass meetings were held
jat Berrysburg and Elizabethville on
, Saturday night, at which addresses
i were made by Senator E. E. Beidle-
I man, Congressman Kreider, of beban
on; James bentz and Assembly candi
dates, Walter Young and John C. Nis- 1
Palmer-McCormick beague meetings 1
| will be held this week as follows: To-!
night, Ninth ward, HlO Market
! street: Eleventh ward. Garland's liall.
I Thirteenth ward, 1931 Derry street;
Tuesday night, Twelfth ward, 1702
' North Third street.
NEW I. B. CHURCH DEDICATED
i I>r. D. D. Lowery Delivers the Dedica
Marietta, Oct. 19.—The new United |
I Brethren church at Newtown, north-
I east of this place, the Rev. Oliver R. 1
Brooks, pastor, was dedicated yester- !
day with special ceremonies. The Rev.
Dr. O. D. Lowery, superintendent of
the Harrisburg Conference, delivered
i the dedicatory sermon in the morning, |
| the Rev. Samuel bong, of* Mount Joy. |
| preached in the afternoon and the pas
! tor last night.
The structure is of brick and was
i erected in a very commodious style. A
basement and gasoline plant for light
ing, new pulpit ami altar and pews of
•late design are among the interior dec
orations. The cornerstone of the old
edifice was laid in 1860. The congrega
tion iB in a thriving condition. Special >
music was furnished by an augmented 1
choir and the Famous male quartet, of j
Mount Jov. Services will be held ev- j
erv night during the week, with scr- 1
mons by formei pastors. •
Killed Dog With His Fist
'Hazleton. Pa., Oct. 19.—/ Mayor!
James G. Harvey, who at the age of*l9 j
defeated John !b. Sullivan in a calf-lift
ing contest, showed his strength at City
Hall here by killing a dog with a blow j
of his fist, w)hen the animal toad 'been j
rounded up to be killed and no revolver :
was handy. *
Manheim School Building Dedicated
Manheim, Oct. 19.—The handsome
new brick school building was dedicat
ed yesterday with special ceremonies.
The structure is one of the most com
modious in the county, and was erect
ed to accommodate the rapidly-increas
ing number of children. Professor B. F.
■Heiges, principal of schools, is in
charge. School was opened in session
Church Marks Anniversary
Milton, Oct. 19. —The first Metho
dist Bpisc6pal church here, the Rev. J.
P. Anderson, pastor, celebrated its ,
thirty-third anniversary yesterday. |
The sermon was preacheil by the Rev. i
Dr. Silas C. Swallow, of Harrisburg. j
He was pastor here 4 0 years ago. More ;
than a thousand persons attended. i
TIGER'S GRIDIRON MARSHAL
Princeton's football hopes «re sort of betwixt and between. Supporter*
j cf the Tigers do not know wbethpr to expect sweeping victories in the two
| tig games toward which the ornnjje auJ black Is pointed—those against
! Harvard and Yale—or whether to anticipate defeat. Hut whatever the ver
■lict in these Karnes more than fifty per cent of Princeton hope is centred
I about a husky young man natne<LHarold It. Rnllln. the varsity captain. To
J him supporters of the New Jersey university look to lend the Tigers to the
heights of success, and that he is capable there can be but little doubt., frivpn
■ the materia! BaMtn will inspire it with his own fighting spirit. That is all
i that any field marshal can do
CHAPEL CORNEESTONE LAID lumbia, delivered an address; the Her.
Arthur Rirhanls. of Mortonville: th*
Large Crowd Attended Prosbyterian Ex Rev. William .I I,o\ve and the Rev. !•:.
I orcises at Marietta Yesterday K. Kauffman, Maytown; the I'ex H. H.
i Marietta. O.t. 10.—'flic ro-ix'rst n> I'otirhor, Mariett:", we:c a m 11/ inn
jof the new Prevbvtcriau chapel was ''* ( .' < VV ' 'i', I ' ln '
, . .' , _ , ! was ;II charge of M«s Mavme \fc.\rai,
| laid yesterday afternoon before a large „„„ augmented . h-ir
j crowd with impressive ceronionie?. : assisted.
! George Mab'e, who has been affiliated
! with the work of the chapel since ISS6, The annual search lor Guy PawVen
j when it was organized, hud charge of in the cellar of the houses o»' parlia
| the ceremonies. meat may soon cease to be an empty
The Rev. George Welis Klv, of Co-, form.
Why don't you smoke 10c cigars?
Can't afford 'em?
How many times have you thrown
your ivonoy sway on cigars that
didn't give satisfaction?
give you an all-Havana quality smoke that
makes you forget the price.
You can't afford not to smoke em.
Made by John C. Herman & Co.
i AMUSEMENTS. | AJ4X3SEMENTB.
THE MUSICAI. COMEIU Sill I'll INK
THE DINGBAT FAMILY
' •he "TANGO/' "HKNITATIOX,** "M 4XJXK" ninf all flic other rtmicr rrnxen.
SIGHT I*lll CBS, 35c, no,-. 7.%r nuil 81.00.
Thursday, Matinee and Night, October 22
SP&CIAI, I'HICES, MATINEE, 10c. SOr
NIGHT, 10c, »!«-. 30c and BOc
A GIRL OF THE MOUNTAINS
A TALE OK THK ('All WEST
| STRONG I* EMOTION IIEAIIIKI I. IN SENTIMENT
SKAT SALE TO-MORROW
j NEW FOLICI TO-l)A V
I Lew Dockstader m acts
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