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NO PEACE DOVE FLUTTERS
OVER NATIONAL LEAGUE
Older Circuit Has Taken No Cognizance
of Federal Meetings and Will
Make No Overtures to Bury the
New York, Oct. 28.—N0 dove of
peace flutters over the National League,
according to Governor John K. Tener,
president of that organization, who is
making a short business trip to New-
York. The chief executive of the older
league declared last night that no over-1
tures had been made to the Federal
League and that none has been contem
plated. Also Governor Tener emphatic
ally asserted Uiat th« National League
had taken no cognizance of the two
day meeting held here by the Feds last t
"I am not here on baseball busi-)
ness,'' said Governor Tener when asked
for a statement concerning the stand
ing of organized baseball and the Fed- j
eral League, "but 1 do not mind say
ing that the National League is perfect
ly satisfied with exisjung conditions
and is not at all anxious to treat with j
the Federal League, either peacefully j
or otherwise. It was only through the 1
newspapers that I learned of the Fed-,
eral League meeting, and therefore 1
\ could not have been interest in what j
the opposition was doing.
"The National League enjoyed a I
most satisfactory season this year, con
sidering the existing business condi
tions. and the directors of the league |
are far from any worry that might be
caused by B rival organization. We
have nothing in common with the Fed
eral League, excepting that we both
produce baseball games for the public j
and as long as the public enjoys the |
brand af baseball that we portrajl- 1 1
can see no reason why we should be!
frightened even should a dozen more j
leagues invade our territory.
Knows of Business Meetings
"I understand that some of the owp
ers in t.be National League have talked
with Federal League owners as to what I
might take place should organize base
ball recognize the Federal League, but
I am sure that these meetings have only
been from a business standpoint that
each may understand just what could j
be expected of the other. It did not |
mean peace, by a long ways."
Asko'd if the National League had
made any arrangements for continuing !
the war and fot next year, Gove?tfur
Tener said that /the war was over as
far as the National League "is coueern
ed; and explaining that, he said the :
National League was satisfied that the
Federal League could do no further
harm, and for this reason the National
League was not anxious. There have
been no arrangements completed for
next year, nnd there will be none until
the directors of the league meet early
CRIPPLES IN J. S. SOUAD
Bote. Bingham Froehlich and Smeltzer
Out of Game oil Account of
In the t enrrAl 'High school football
camp foMowing the game with Steelton
Saturday there is a large number of
cripples and the atffletic authorities
nre now thankful that Saturday's game
is an easy one. New Bloomfield Acade
my being scheduled to till in an open
Kote's injury is believed now to be
so serious that he will be out of the
game until Thanksgiving Day. Bing
ham is suffering from bruises of the
legs and is barely able to walk. Froeh
lich is still sull'tring from a severe cold
that has kept him out of the game for
some weeks. To continue this chapter
«>i" hard luck,'Smeltzer twisted his ankle
in practice Monday and will be kept
out of the game for some time.
The team, however, is undeterred by
this chapter of accidents and is striv
ing hard to perfect a machine that will
humble Steelton af the next meeting,
November 7. Coach Smith is busy
working out a number of plays and will
perfect them by that time. Zeigler i.s
tilling in ;:t quarterback and Roth is
running the team. Measures will be
taken to perfect the defense, which
proved weak ,ii the Steelton game.
BIDDING HKiH FOR JOHNSON
St. Louis Federals Beady to Pay Any
PTice for Washington Star
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 28.—The direct
ors of the St. Louis Federal League
team yesterday gave Manager Fielder
Jones instructions to go to C'otteyville,
Kan., and get Walter Johnson. They
placed 110 limit on the bankroll, .lones
was simply instructed to "get Johnson
it- all costs "
Jones declared that the big pitcher
will jump if he is offered enough money.
He told the directors it would take a
voung fortune to get Urittith's star.
Their answer was to "go get him."
Kddie AinsnTith and Clyde Milan, ac
sording to Jones, will be with the St.
Louis Federals next season if he is
iuccessftil in landing Johnson. "I
know," he said, "that both the star
■arfcher aud the star outtielder of the
Washington club have told Johnson
rhey will sign for 1915 with Whatever
club he joins."
Jouos leaves for Coffeyville the lat
ter pa-rt of the week. He refused to
say how much he would have to_ offer
"I know his price," he said, "and
I'll toll you frankly it is going to take
a check that will stagger even the
earnest owner in the league. But
they've told me to get him, and I'll
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HARRISMURd'S POPULAR MMMtTHBNT STOM HA»Rl*»Ußa'* POPULAR OIRUTTMKNT STOftf
To=morrow-our Second Great One=Day Sale
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y All who remember this great even Mast year will recollect the wonderful money-saving opportunities offered, and we have spared no effort to make to-morrow a repetition
> of the last one, and even better. It will be impossible for you to fully realize the extent of the savings you may secure. Items advertised on these two pages are on sale'
y Thursday only.,
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LjC 'TS : LjoN />>/
White Goods and Linens The One-Day Sale—As Now is the
for One Day Only Men Will See It Time to Select
, . ,ij A rousing big saving event in seasonable suits and A UUIC vU OCAOV/l
Longelotn. 55c reyularlv 89c — Face Cloths. IHc —regularly 4c— i m -n AA. -J. ±1
fun p«fect pieces. chamL finish; white, pink and blue. . overcoats. Every man will want to visit the store t(V 11 T>
10 yards to the piece. Limit, one pattern Cloths. s2.s9—regularly UIOITOW and receive his share of the SavillgS. /ill M
piece to a customer. $3.19—a1l linen, size 70x88 j H
Toweling 'lVic yard—exceptional inches: beautiful patterns. I JM.OII S <pIU.UU 3.11 CI <+>i^.DU
value, cotton. bleached, red Face C i oths 3c —regularly sc All Wool Suits at $7.00 this one I)a . v Sale > VH ." h » v<
_ der .' . white, pink and blue. Forty-four men's all wool tailored suits, sizes 34 to 12; blue striped. at your command a large selectioi
os, *>c oac a jnen a soi ■ Table IJamask, 19c yd. regularly brown cassimcres and worsteds, and grey and mixed worsteds. Special Tor of attractive papers and the prices
tower ninde tor the U.S. A. Medical 2 5c—cotton damask, 5$ indies * the one day only. „ "it for thi mselvcs
Department—we have been able « iHp xr *kjr *» t -a* » a*rr m\ spiaK 101 llKliiMlxts.
to se- re a small lot and will put Blan k'ts 3»c each—single sheet Young Men's and Men's $7.50, • .
/ them»on sale for the One-Day Sale. blankets in grey with pink and $8.50 and $9.90 Suits at $4.25 Tn '.'Tiri J+
j pi 11 pin t - Xo J blue borders, large bed size. I Fifty-one auits in grevs, tans, browns, blues, mixtures and stripes. ' and lloial <' ects
► ?o e « regularly Blankets, sl.9o—regularly |2.75 j Vnnnrr
/ fl|f extra fine quality. Tn double bed size, in tan with JVLGII S tind. ill6II S $13.50 linrflors t(i mntph
£%& 6c io. antl
I Si r! f Flaxon, 9c yd—regularly 19c—40 Dro chet Bed Spread. 59c-re ß ularly I tans, striped blues and mixtures; all wool, hand tailored. .. I _9 and 18-inch borders t(
J J inches wide, extra fine quality; —white crochet bed spread, Men's $1.98 Corduroy I match: suitable for bed roomsH
/ } Turkish 11c— regularly 19c of* patterns' 1 to soWt "from. ! TrOUSerS at $1.35 halls and kitchens.
► f li>q ■'L, / —unble-ched, full size, very hemmed rendv for use. j Heavy corduroy lined trousers,-sizes 32 to 44 waists. _
► I.?I 0 lil'i" Fs Ch n / heavy quality. Down comforts, «B.so—regularly Men's and Bovs' 25c Q., roll: IJC ami L'Oc—
/ a ° rs \ e Linen Damask -66 inches wide, $5.00 —only one dozen in the lot. | « . «>i /Ji satin and floral stripes, foi
(the i 0 I sgc yd—Thursday, Regular $5.00 quality, and special Caps at lJ 1 chambers, with handsome cnt-oul
► /,„ e , "ain, te 'l tin, lp B / yu- - j- or Thursday only. ! In mixtures only, .lust the cap for tall weather. , , ,„ Q ,
. fa n J e *>y e : to ul / 39c yd.—Thursday, yd.. ' TR A VTPT TTJP WFPnc! borders to match.
in lnr\, 7,6 of Ht- I A fine assortment of pat- f)vi TahlP Nn 1 xvA V XjLiIJN ly WliliJJb
k «»7o ! n^>>Ube^ / terns u select from. German . ' SI.OO Suit CaSeS and Hand 1 on' r(! B ularl >'- )C arlC
' /di e "i te d J ct Hr I damask. you will tind checked inatenals, j _ tIVZJ, *■■**! Joc—A complete assort
* / y ' Pair e B. 2? do. t Satin Damask, 55c yd.—regularly j voiles, lawns, flaxons and madras, ISagS aX OJf t f natterns v or tuos t ~o o ms
y I, \i .'• • . ''(/!•« I 75c —a German satin damask, 64 j values up to 39c yard. Thursday, Karatol and matting. Special for Thursday onlv. .' '. , . .
a 'f jrti '• •. / ; n L-irH 10p m■ with or without borders.
, 2»e/ inches wide. | yard, .. ; . ioc $5.00 and $5.50 Steamer
, loor-BQWMAN .. Trunks at $3.50 39c 1,oll ( ; regularly 60c and 90c
. I Also full size trunks: with 2 straps, brass trimmings and vulcanized fibre 0 ' ( ' ground , grass
/ rriTAP 1 .T)av JSTIP- i TD Arvnl o«• CO/% bindings. Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. cloths, ooze, leathers, engrave®
I Xlii - cc 1 u<x j > leeguiar Dye i
► I GirtH 6 / c ials Represent- PnrcA+e ® ere re wo Exceptional ,m « ,s
/ft to% dles / intr t u p m ,. Un Corsets. 69c Dress Shirts for Shoe Offerings »-■>
l /c#w / tile JXLtlSilll j And this price is for Thursday only. I *■«»■ A h
O e s / ° Our best Boe model—the very latest 1 dt 79C Women s Shoes, $1.69
I<»» &5c I Wear Department Corsets at 29c—value s*oc—slightly Kor one day only. Fine qual- a^ues
/ B t\l Pv l e . ar P t . **/ I soiled; broken sizes. it c ~,n t l ■ attractive nat- I Wo,ncn ' H patent colt vamp o\er OcLVC JL* UTV Oil
* l?°r ( h ?!'"•t coo h j Corset Oovors at 15c—value 25c— Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. , ' ' t fv V, i L\,,f le i, iff lt f r 'j? w]th bla . < ' l :' ( ; loth °[
/!"" u °**i we mean our regular 25c corset ! terni; coat style and irench black sat.n tops, new pla.n toes and --
/"'a li„ ts - i / <■ j • i * (tufts. concave spool,heels. All sizes from If « H |4.1 ATTrtf}
► J""' Z" P h ' *ll / covers, tome ,n and pick any two CftlOredSllk Men S Half Hose, 13' to 7. l\J.a UIOVeS
► / ' "'fc ol ' the f wan -nni ,-o .i ■ n> mm l • 25c*; black and colors; col ton Children's Shoes, 79c . ..
> I *A'" a " tf ««C / White Petticoats at 4»c-value 75c NetS, 2SC Yard and silk lisle; double soles; Values $1.25 to $1.69. to-moCv'"mlel! t°be«
► "i 11 ' >U V \ - i Children's fine high cut button gloves fully 20 percent, lees than regl
I / sertion. - and Copenhagen. A'wonderful value. , itv. shoes, in patent colt and gun metal ulurly.
White Aorons 9c—value 19c 450 .V ar ' ls white and ecru cluny | Children's Underwear, Wlth .f, e an(l recl „ . r . ~
► /7T , r? " . , , , laces; regularly 10c—Thursday, 1 —value 25c • white and peeler t°PS- All sizes from 4to 8. 2-da»p Oversea." Gloves, all sues;
/ p T—made of lawn, Swiss and barred V ard 5c ' '° mt * Ht • ' . . " Also patent colt, regular height, regularly $1.00; pair, iSc
/ 3 dimity, lace and embroidery trim- Shadow lace flouncing, 27 inches I color; fleece lined cotton. sizes up to misses' size 2at »8c pr. v • 2 , .... n . reini
► / X>l °OQ / med. Wide; regularly 60c—Thursday. ! Seconds. Third Floor-BOWMAN'S. - larlv »3 00."Thulsdav pair? .slSi
y I f v ard 25c
/ ■ t *«C6/ , C l Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Torchon edges and insertions; reg- . i „i. A-.A * 1 Bacmo 1 clasp Capeskin Gloves—tan
I ► / -oO VA/I, / • Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. J .. •. . TJ- LV M
/ (P 7 _ Ue / Fanr-ir Qillr Brass Bed, One o.s*.tw*™.oa, _Jcr«iftJr.."KS'a3S
r / 1rJ..5() I <llll/y Qlllv Black Coney DAV Onlv 510.75 I , 10c PoUnd bOXeS talCUm p l w " Bacmo real Chamois-skin Gloves in
. ► / for / _ . . I » ff j J ' der, •. natural and white. Thursday, pair,
► »<»»er, / (TirniP SSr J*LUnS, This « the tanie bed that we j 10c to 25c fancy and import- * l,s ®
VUUIC, . Its'9s soap ~SC Bacmo 1-dasp Washable Doeskin
/eaei,. >r,, av > , 0 ,7 \ very special offering of silk dllQ. j - to-morrow only we offer it at 25c bottle double strength Gloves in all sizes—guaranteed to wash
/ .A'l A very special ontring ot silk . It . $10.75 kitch hazel, IT** or another pa.r g.ven. Specal. pair
r C eo
(► J match the season's gowns. | popular this season. Scarfs to . SHuff Up b0xe5,.............. Main Floor-BOWMAN'S.
* Main Floor- BOWMAN'S. j match. bright or satin finish. i Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. *
BEADY FOR I-'. AM) M. «AME
Academy Students to Accompany Team
The Academy team is practicing hard !
for the game with Franklin and Mar- j
shall Academy Saturday afternoon. The j
• game will be played at Lancaster and j
enough Academy students have been as
sured by promoters of a trip to that ;
place to have a special coach. Head- \
master Brown announced yesterday i
that players will be given gold foot- I
i balls instead of sweaters if the players
! prefer the former.
Cross-country runners at the Acade- ;
my arc getting into trim for the annual j
inter-form run before Thanksgiving re- j
! cess. Gold, silver and bronze medals j
will be given for this run. The second |
j round in the Academy tennis tourney '
| will be played this ®eek, being post
poned on account of the cold weather.
Lebanon Plays Tech
The Lebanon High school team will
j play Tech on the Island grounds Sat
urday afternoon. The game will be
called at 3 o 'clock. This team won
from Steelt4n earlier in the season but
was snowed under by Central High aild
Tech should not have much trouble in
winning. It was erroniously stated in
the Star-Independent that Steelton
pl.'.yed Tech here Saturday. That game
wiil be played later iu the season.
Temperance and labor are the two
real physicians of man.—Rousseau.
HABRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVF.NTNO. OCTOBER 28. 1914.
FORM ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Planing Mill Team Banquets at Fort
A permanent Planing Mill Athletic.
Association was formed at the annual
banquet of the team that competed in
the past season in the Lueknow Shop
League at the Fort Hunter Inn. The
following members of the team were
H. E. Stoner, B. B. White, C. R.
Hoover, S. S. Belim, H. E. Casßel, B. F.
Beed, John Sides, E. C. Swift, M. F.
Madden, Cljnton Hoover, W. H. Peifor,
VV. <>. Stoner, E. E. Bricker, C. A.
; o laser, L. F. Clark, C. R. Cassel. H. R.
j Finfrock. A. G. Longacre, C. R. Mueht
i man, L. W. Magill, J. A. Hemperly.
AWARD EIGHTEEN LETTERS
Methodist Boys' Club Athletes May
W. R. Winn was elected baseiball cap
tain and J. K.- Hall track captain at a
meeting of the Methodist Boys' Club
last evening. Letters were awarded to
Track —E. J. Flickinger, captain; G.
Arthur Winn, manager; H. Elmer
Barnhart, Frit/ Rudy, John Krepps, W.
Baseball —Sinclair Guelly, manager;
H. E. Barnhart, manager; Robert An
drews, captain; Bob Guelly, Rabbit
Washburn, Buddy Lynch, Norman Ford,
Blonde Bitner. Red Crane, Elmer Liglit
Football —H H. Long.
BRICKLEY WILL SEE GAME
Harvard Captain to Don Uniform and
Mix With Subs
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 28. —Captain
Charley Briekley, of Harvard, will be
back on the firing lines Saturday. The
Harvard leader, who was whisked away
Monday to the country, will return to
his collegiate haunts Saturday, where
he will get into his football togs for
the Jirst time in three weeks, and will
be seated with the rest of the squad 011
I the Harvard sidelines watching the
1 game between Harvard aud Michi
j Brick ley declares he will be an ac
i tiwc member of the team which will
try to dish their Yale rivals in the lat
ter's new 'nowl next month. "1 ain go-
I ing to play,'' he states, "and am con-
I Aden*; that I will be fit to put up a good
DR. KLUGH, Specialist
PH<ral<-lnn nnrt Surgeon
omrra: i'OO Wnlnat St„ HnrrUhurc. Pa.
Dlkmmii nt women and nirni apr<-lnl,
private. i|»rlfr, irrvoon and rfcronle
4lwur>. General office work. Consul
tation free and confidential. Medietas
furnlalieiL Work guaranteed. Ctaargea
I moderate. 2« yeara' experience.
UR. KLUGH, the well-kauna Specialist
PLACE BAN ON BUCKET
Individual Drinking Glasses for Crim
Harvard has lost its elms anil now |
another landmark is threatened. The j
manager of the football team has fallen
into belief in new fangled ideas of sani
tation and has decreed that the old tin
bucket of Pooch Donovan, trainer of
the eleven, shall be abolished.
The bucket was an institution- all- |
embracing in its functions. Players in
the midst of battle were sponged from
the water of the bucket and with a tine |
democracy drank from it as well. The
' men rejoiced to soc the bucket coming
from the sidelines, even at Kipling's 1
Tommies rejoiced at the advent of j
But now the bucket has been demo! 1
| ished. This season when time out is
j called Donovan will advance to the
j gridiron bearing a tray, and on the tray
will be individual drinking glasses.
L. V. Reserves Win, l» to 0
Annville, Pa., Oct. 28—Lebanon Val
ley Reserves defeated the Palmyra
C. yesterday, score 19 to 0. The iine
j up and summary:
Lebanon Valley. Palmyra.
I Morrison L E Miller
Bachman LT . Hollingsworth
! Blauch L G Poormnn
Markowitz C Bishop
Yingst KG Lauser 1
tnrnan R T Daupman
Swart/, RE Bryson
Rice Q B Spangler
| Eichelberger . . Tj H B Brailv '
I Poltz R H B ...... Centyer
| Walters F B .Tames j
Touchdowns, Inman, Rose. Goal from I
j touchdown, Walterß. Substitutions, for j
I Jjebunon Valley, Kleinfelter for Yingst; ]
Wyand for Swartz; Kreider for Walt
ers; for Palmyra, Hartz for Hollings- I
worth; Yocter for Miller; Ludwig for
Bryson. Referee, Kennedy, University
of Pennsylvania. Umpire. Murphy, Leb- 1
[ anon Valley. Head Linesman, Seltzer.
I Time of quarters, 12 minutes.
€amp Hill, 72; Willard, 0
The Camp Hill High School wallop
qd the Willard grammar school team !
| to the tune of 72 to 0 on the Camp j
! Hill grounds yesterday afternoon. The
! lineup and summary:
Camp Hill. Willard.
S. Armstrong ... L K Gorkes i
White L T Bower j
Nell L G Bond j
P. Armstrong . . .. C ...... Richards j
Porter R 0 Bachmaff ,
Prunfelter R T Ijaustcr I
H. Cooper .... R E Ownmert j
Goorl Q B Hammer |
Bigler 1> H B Hassett
Bell R H B Smith
Stevenson P B Levin
Touchdowns, Bell, 3; S. Armstrong,
Cooper. Goal from touchdowns, P. Arm
strong, 3; Bell, 1; Stevenson, t; Good,
i 2; Stevenson, 2; Good, 2; Bigler, H.
I. Referee, Storer; umpire, Beck; head
linesman, Nell; time or quarters, 8
and 10 minutes.
Alphas Win Easily
The Alphas won from the N'ationa
I in last night's match on the Casino a
S leys by a margin of 241 pins. Burgi
j was high man. The score: '
1 tennis I !>!) 179 187— 56
Mart/. ... 171 142 123 — 43
Burger .... 182 210 174 57
Buttorff ... 205 1«8 172 —• 54
Morrison. . 202 193 172 56
Totals . . 959 898 828—26S
A. D. Miller 173 182 164 51
Thompson 142 149 123 — 41
Haines ... 137 156 161— 45
1 Jones 168 169 «»3
Luck IS2 163 174 51
Totals .. SO2 819 823—244
Tale of a Tail of a Stuffed Horse
The stuffed representation of Nap(
leon's famous charger, Vizier, haviu
i worn out its third tail since its ma
J ter's death, has recently been supplie
I with a fourth flowing appendage fa
' the benefit of visitors to Paris. ViEie
I except for its tail, is the '• authentic 1
war horse ridden by Napoleon. Aftf
tuc animal's death the skin was stuft'c
nnd placed among the Napoleonic co
lection in the Invalides museum, an
it became one of the objects which at
tract most of the attention of visitor
Of the three tails that have alread
disappeared at the hands of sightseers
despite the vigilance of the guardian:
it is believed that at least two are i
America in small dctuchnients.