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NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD
"PEP" YOUNG TO BE TAKEN
SOUTH BY HUCB JENNINGS
He has Developed Into One of the Fast
est Infielders In the Game—No
Holdouts on the Detroit Team Says !
Atlantic City, Oct. 29. Tv Cobb, ]
Sam Crawford and the rest of the reg
ular team will again be in the field i
with Detroit next year, according to '
Hugto Jennings. '"The Federals have
made out men no offers and contracts j
are all returned from fhe players," said 1
riie leader of the Tigers. '' President j
Prank Navin seems in perfect harmony
with his men and no kick at all was reg
istered at the close of the season." i
"Yes, the Federal League wanted me
two years ago and I then came out;
with a statement that 1 thought the 1
time was not ripe for a third league,
and still think the same." added the,
Detroit pleader. "As to myself, I ain
uot under any iron-bound contract with !
Detroit, verbal agreements being reach- I
ed between (Mr. Navin and myself each I
year. When Detroit wants to dispose \
of my services I am going and not be
fore, as one cannot help admire the
straightforward way of the owner and
men behind him on this team. The fact
that no holdouts are reported shows
this, and I believe that the so-called
"outlaws" could hardly attract our
men, no matter how alluring the of-!
Detroit will again hold spring train
iug at Gulfport. Miss. The Tigers train 1
... . .■■ ■ i i. \
Large and convenient Sample Rooms.
Passenger and Baggage Elevator. Elec
tric Cars to and from depot. Electric
Light and Stc*m Heat; Rooms en suite
or single with Baths. Rates, $2.50 per
day and up.
J. H. Os M. S. Butterworth, Props.
423-426 Market St., Harrisburg. Pa.
At the Entrance to the P. R. R. Station
F. B. ALDINGEB,
90 Booms and Baths
Maurice E. Russ, Proprietor
Third and Walnut Sts., Federal Sqi'ara
. The Lo
Corner Market and Third Streets
Entrance on Third Street
Rooms provided with Heat, Hot and
Cold Water. Baths free to guests.
W. H. BYEBLY, Prop.
308 MABKET STREET
European Plan. Kates JI.OO per day and
up. KOOlll9 single or en suite, with
Luncheon. 11.30 to 2 p. m„ 35c
Dinner daily. 3 to 8 p. m., SOc
Special Sunday Dinner, 12 noon
to 8 p. m., 75c
A la carte service. A a. m. to 12 p. m.
HOIITI.NCi A MINGLE. Proprietors
For something good to eat. Every
thing in season. Service the best.
Prices the lowest.
No. 2." South Fourth Street
Dircctlj opposite 1 nlon Station,
rquipped with all Modern Improve
nrntNi running water lu every room
Hue buth; perfectly limitary} nicely
fut-ulfthed throughout, ftntea moderate.
JOSEPH GIUSTI, Proprietor.
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Hon. William Jennings Bryan
SAYS, Crape Juice is a
| IF YOU WANT A MILD DRINK,
»» » DRINK« ««
It is LOW in Alcohol and HIGH in Quality
JOHN G. WALL, Agent, !
Ed there the last two years and always
met witlh success in the way of weather
and accommodations. Some 10 or 15
new players have been recruited, prin
cipal among these being ''Peip" Voting,
•who was with the Phillies two years'
ago. He was drafted from the Tri-State !
League and then went wtitfh Sacramento, i
IHe developed into one of the fastest]
infielders in the game.
DUCK PIN MATCHES
Steros and Makeups Win Patriot
The Steros won from the Linos by I
1 1 pins and the Makeups won from the •
Admen ir. yesterday afternoon's
matches on the Casino alleys. So-inner
was high man tor the Afternoon. Tiie
Got>wah ... 101 101 93—-'95 j
Stigelnmn . . 9S 9S 92 —288 ,
Zeigler 80 107 106—293
Totals ... 279 306 291—876
Carpenter.. 97 88 113—298:
Wagner .... 8 7 90 134—311
Carman .... 85 103 90 —278|
Totals ... 269 281 337—887 |
Sohmer .... 112 102 92 —306 i
Pe\ffer 104 92 83—279
Herman .... 92 93 110 —295
Totals .. . 308 257 285—SS0 |
Lo.*h 11l 81 89—281,
Brown 94 103 10J?—305
Fry S3 107 130 —320
Totals ... 288 291 327—906 1
Tri-Staters Lose by 78 Pins
The Americans downed the Tri- |
Staters in the Holtzman Duck Pin j
League last night in a close match by
78 pins. The score:
Claster ... 113 69 96 27 S j
Capin SI 83 96 — 260 j
Ooudv 74 119 95 288
Peffer 136 118 132 386 1
Miller 94 99 85— 278 j
Totals .. 498 488 504—1490 1
Winn 109 74 1 18— 301
Martin ... 100 87 72 259
Denuna ... 75 90 102— 267
Shiplev ... 71 107 99 277 I
j Wharton .. 72 130 106— 308 j
Totals ..' 427 488 497—1412 j
Machine Shop Wins Out
The Machine Shop, by a margin of
136 pius. won from tlhe Outside Con- !
struction team in the meeting between |
the two Steelton teams on the Casino
allevs last night. The score:
Lenhart ... 146 166 143 — 455 j
Miller 128 156 137 — 421
| Coleman .. 96 96 i
[Shannon .. 113 121 96 330^
Books 149 131 132 412 ;
Wilt 132 147 279 j
Totals .. .632 706 655—1993 I
i Hayes .... 165 157 158 — 480
Kennv .... 143 104 107— 354
1 Xace" 101 118 118—337
! Sh'ipp 132 125 102 — 359
i Marks .... 114 75 14S— 337
Totals . . 655 579 633—1867
Non-sreasy Toilet Cream—Keeps the
| Skin Soft end Velvety In Rough
Weather. An Exquisite Toilet Prep
i aratlon. 25c.
GORGA9 DRI'G STORES
18 N. Third St.. nod P. H. H. Station
SAll BY DRUGGISTS £VEfYViE£|
HARRTSBUKG ST AR- fNDKPENDENT. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
ARE SCARCER THAN EVER
With Limited Number for Sale There
Promises to Be a Big Scramble for 1
Admission—Over 23,300 Go to 1
At a meeting of the Pennsylvania
committee on the Army and Navy foot
ball game, which was held yesteruay
afternoon in Philadelphia, all arrange
ments for thas contest were completed.
Sub-committees were appointed to re
ceive the cadets on arrival, to super
intend Che ere-tiou of additional
temporary stands, to take care of the
grounds, and for various other pur
In view or the tact that tfbe Pennsyl
vania committee has 3,000 seats less
for distribution this year than in former
years, the Army ami Navy getting 23,-
300 seats this season, -it was decided to
restrict the sale of tickets to a limited
class. For Shis purpose t'he committee
has prepared tiie following statement, a
copy of which will 'be mailed to the
< con; ris'iig tiie various bodies,
entitled to apply for Pennsylvania
'•The seven thousand seats allotted
to the University of Pennsylvania will
ibe sold as usual and the net proceeds
divided between the organizations for
the relief of dependent widows aud or
phans of officers and enlisted men of
the Army and Navy of the United
'" Application for uot more than two
numbered reserved seats may be made
before Monday, November 9, by those
included in the following University of
Pennsylvania classification: Trustees of
the University of Pennsylvania, mem
bers of a University faculty, contrib
utors to t'he University, members of a
varsity football team, members of the
Athletic Association, football season
kticket holders (1914)."
The price of each ticket is $3. Ap
plications must be made on cards fur
nished bv the Pennsylvania committee,
and will not be received at any place
other than Lock Box No. SI6, Philadel
phia postoffice, nor later than 6 p. m.,
I.Monday, November 9. Every application
must be accompanied with a full re
mittance for the tickets.
Applicants wishing their allotment of
seats grouped together must. inclose the
several applications in one envelope.
The committee will endeavor to coroplv
with such requests, but cannot prom
ise to do so. No tickets will be mailed
I prior to iNoveircber 23.
Members of the Athletic Association
will mark on their application cards,
where indicated, the number of* their
coupon books and inclose Coupon No.
32. No cash allowance will be made
Lfor Coupon No. 32 in the mail applica
[ tions for reserved seats.
Members who desire to be admitted
■ upon their athletic coupon books must
| signify their intention of attending the
game by mailing Coupon No. 32 to the
committee, addressed to Postoffice Box
No. 816. accompanied with a self-ad
dressed envelope (use the one inclosed)
on or before November 9. The commit
tee will make valid Coupon No. 32 and
return it 'by mail, at the risk of the
members, on November 2,"). Coupons so
validated accompanied by membership
book must be presented at the northeast
gate of Franklin field by tiie members
personally, who will be admitted to
seats in the section reserved for tiie
Athletic Association. Identification by
signature of members may lie required
at the gate. Because of tiie limited
capacity of tiie field, coupons mailed
after Novermber 9 will not be honored.
CABINET MEMBEBS ON STUMP
President's Advisers Working for Dem
ocratic Party in Many States
Washington, Oct. 29.—With the ex
ception of Secretary McAdoo and At
torney General Gregory, all ot' the
members of President Wilson's Cabinet
are now :n various parts of the coun
try making speeches in the closing
week of the campaign.
Secretary Brvan, Postmaster General
Burleson and Secretary Houston are
speaking in the Middle West; Secre
tary Garrison is on a speaking tour in
the East: Secretary Daniels has gone
to Missouri; Secretary Lane is in Cali
fornia; Secretary Redfield is stumping
in New York for Gerard and Glynn,
and Secretary Wilson is in Pennsylva
nia. aiding Representative Palmer in
his campaign for the United States
No premiums or coupons with Camel Cigarettes. The
cost of the tobaccos prohibits their use. >■
Camels, 20 for JOc, a blend of
choice quality Turkish and domes-
Camels smooth and even.
Mftrok f If V our dealer can't supply you, send 10c for JMM
IBkW YgafiEfGr wu one package or SI.OO lor a carton ot 10 pack•
- §ff % *9 es '2OO cigarettes >, postage prepaid.
IHu jMfa . After smoking one package, if you don't /KkII
■BSftAi find CAMBLf as represented, return JWj&Jmmm
the other nine packages and
TECH IN SECOND HOME CAME
Lebanon High Engages Maroon and
Grey Saturday Afternoon— j
Scrubs to Play
Tech's second home game of the!
present season will be played Saturday
afternoon on Island Park, the opposi
tion being the Lebanon High school i
team, which defeated Steelton early in i
the season. While the local team ex-i
pects an ultimate victory, they will uot ,
have easy sailing, as Lebanon prom- j
ises to put up quite a tight. The game I
will be played at 3 o'clock.
It will gi\*e local fans a chance to!
see Tech in action in mid-season form, j
The Tech players engaged in scrimmage I
practice yesterday with the scrubs for j
the first time since Saturday. The
players are suffering from leg bruises, |
but there is no serious injury on the
squad. The second team will play the I
Highspire A. C. at 2 o'clock. This j
game will be called at. 2 o'clock.
Steelton at Williamsport
The Steelton High school eleven will'
have a stiff game in Williamsport Sat-j
urdav. as the High school eleven of
that place has a heavy team and a fast I
one. Steelton has been going at such \
speed lately, however, that the game is
expected to result in another Steelton
KNIFE CURE FOR EPILEPSY
Surgery on Intestines, Not Brain, Most
Cincinnati,-0„ Oct. 2 9.—That a cure
for epilepsy through a surgical opera
tion on the intestines, instead of the!
brain, has been demonstrated in many 1
cases was announced at the meeting of
the Mississippi Valley Medical Associa- j
tion here yesterday by Dr. Charles A.
L. Keed, of thi.i city, who first described j
his new method ot curing the disease
several months ago.
Dr. Reed held that the majority of I
cases of epilepsy are caused by poisons j
absorbed by the human system from '
tP Do You Wear the
Same Hat Every Day
\JO one hat was ever made to serve
In every purpose—yet how many meu
wear the same hat every day. It becomes
monotonous. Nothing puts more ginger
in your makeup than a new, "different"
hat'. POULTON HATS have "character."
$2 to $5
1 SN. Third St. I>
•WHERE THE STYLES ORIGINATE"
AMUSEMENTS. I AMUSEMENTS
MAJESTIC THEATRE WILME " S,* ,PMU
TO-NIGHT—LAST TIME ALL WEEK
H. G. DHehnmrr Offer* Starting mi a
FRECKLES &e " ov " 2
11, Q... St rat ton-Porter MY R KLE" HA R D ER
Author of **A Girl of fhe l.lmbcr- POMPATSIV
' IST A
NIGHT PRICES. 10c, 25r. 83c anil 50c REPERTOIBE OF
TO-MORROW —Mat. and Night w t . "cmjdwo
° Elevating a Husband
TUq Girl of the Golden West
I llu Under Southern Skies
Charming Widows The Escape—Stop Thief *
with Hdiiie Daic and i.iiiinn KnKiNb 2—Carloads of Scenery—2
a— IN kkATI REM ki.eitiik ai. kkkhcts (.ai.ohk
THE D ANCE OF THE FIRST SIN
princess ka. tiik >ivsteh» of Matina# Daily I Night Prioes
THB 20 and IQc 20 to 500
PR It ES— Matinee. 25c. 83c anil 50c| 1 ,w
Eve., 15c, SSc, 50c anil 75c. SEAT SALE OPENS FRIDAY
Kg- aSSS. HIGHES * to New Bill To-day
SOI'HIK BARNARD. " * J
4 OTHER EXCELLENT ACTS FOUR KEITH ACTS
——— AND PICT! RES
HALLOWEEN PARTV SATURDAY „ . YMONn
NIGHT. COME WITH YOl H 1.A»A1,1,E A*ll HtIHVKU
MAKE DP ON DEAN AND FAY
O'BRIEN. DENNETT « GiOSLER
SEATS NOW SELLING FOR HOYES AND AI.POINT
Midnight Matinee Election Night MATINEES, .... 5 and 10c
AI.,R K TIRNSFRO« STATE AND fVENINGS, ... 10 80(1 15C
CARPENTIER WOUNDED IN WAR
Letter Says Famous French Pugilist
Has Bullet in Lung
San Francisco, Oct. 29.—According
j to a letter received here yesterday by
! Mrs. Norman Selby, wife of pugilist
i Kid McCoy, from a friend in Paris,
| four famous French boxers have been
i killed in the European war and a fifth
j is badly wounded.
Those said to have been killed are
j Charles Lcdonx, Charles Struber, Ad
, rian Hagan and Max Stinger. Ledoux
| is known in this country, having fought
! at New York and Los Angeles.
The wounded boxer is Georges Car
j pentier. the idol of the sporting public
! of France, who recently defeated Gun
j boat Smith in London. Carpentier was
j taken to a hospital with a bullet punc
tured lung, and is not expected to re
FIGHTS VOTING MACHINES
] City of Chicago Seeks Injunction
Against "$1,000,000 Contract"
I Chicago, Oct. 29.—A bill for an in
j junction restraining the Board of Elec
i tion Commissioners from forcing or
j carrying out the "$1,000,000 con
; tract" for the purchase of voting ma
j chines from the Empire Voting Ma
chine Company, was filed in the United
1 States District Court yesterday after
The complainant is the city of Chica
go. The Voting Machine Company and
the three members of the Board of
Election Commissioners are defend
Insane Prisoner a Suicide
i Winchester. \'a., Oct. 29.—An in
sane man, known by the name of Scriv
j ner, who was found wandering in Fred
' erick county 'by Sheriff I'annett, hacked
j his throat witlh a pocket knife early
| yesterday morning in tihe Winchester
i jail and was dead when Jaiiler Armel
j found him. The man worked in coal
| mines near Frostburg. Md„ and in West
' Virginia peach orchards before coming
* THE DAILY FASHION HINT. ,
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Charming dancing gown of white taffeta net. The sleeves are bordered
with spangles and Hie wreath of old fashioned flowers trails, artistically along
the border of the belt. i'Uoto by Joel Keder.
JUDGE'S SLIP SETS VEKUH'T
Corrects Himself, But Amount of Dam
ages Sinks Into Jurors' Minds
Wilkes-Barre, Oct. 29. —Bv award-j
ing $4,500 to 11-year-old Harry Hir-j
showitz, a .jury in common pleas court j
yesterday followed instructions given
bv Judge Carman. who unintentionally
named the price at which settlement j
should be made tor the loss of Hirsho- ,
witz of both legs.
I'pon the conclusion of testimony the
jurist took the case in his own hands
and told the jury to immediately return !
a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. He j
added the words "for $4,500," and!
then corrected himself by "for the:
plaintiff'." But the jury took the hint!
and made their award in the sum men
Young Hirshowitz collided with a i
traction company car and both legs i
were cut from his body. The suit
against the traction company has been j
pending for three years.
LOCAL DOCTORS AT CLINIC
Over Forty Harrisburg Practitioners
Went to Philadelphia Yesterday
The Philadelphia County Medical So- !
ciety yesterday heid an all-day clinic at !
which over forty Harrisburg doctors!
were present,, all of whom were mem
bers of the Dauphin County Medical So- j
ciety. After the clinic a smoker was
held, during w'hieh an interesting talk |
was given by Dr. John B. Beaver. The j
doctors returned to this city early this |
Among the Harrisburg doctors who
attended the clinic were Dr. C. S. Re-I
track, Dr. D. B. Traver, Sr.. Dr. Bv-|
vev Smith, Dr. .1. >M'. J. Raunick, Dr. It. i
D. Swiler, Dr. C. <3. Stauffer, Dr. H. B.
Walter, Dr. IM. L. Wolford, Dr. W. R. i
Wright, Dr. C. E. L. Keene, Dr. .1. W.I
McMullen, Dr. P. D. Kilgore, Dr. T. >
A. Bowman, Dr. <>. L. Brown, Dr. J. P. j
Cnlp, Dr. P. W. Coovcr, Dr. -T. E. Dick ;
inson, Dr. .1. W. Ellenfoerger, Dr. .1. B.
McAllister, Dr. J. H. Pager, Jr., Dr. 11.
H. Farnsler, Dr. Maude ''. Exlev, Dr. O. |
R. Zimmerman. Dr. Eherhart, Dr. R. L.j
Ridgway, Dr. <'. E. Flowers, Dr, C. W.
Batdorf, Dr. 1.. I\. Oraiber, Dr. Reese 1.. |
Lenker. Dr. Hiram >Mi Cowan. Dr. L. A. :
Marshall, Dr. D. J. Miller, Dr. O. A. 1
Moffit, Dr. 'H. L. Xissley. Dr. John Oen
slager, Jr., Dr, and 'Mrs. J. W. IMc- j
ANOTHER KMPLOVK TO RETIRE !
Pennsylvania Railroad Pensions Wil- i
liam B. Shuey, in Service 32 Years
William R. Shuey, 266 Cumberland
street, a Civil war veteran, who has j
worked as a machinist in the Reily |
street shops of the Pennsylvania rail- J
road, will be retired on pension Satur- I
day, at the age of 69 years.
Mr. Shuey has been a resident of i
Harrisburg all his life. It was in the 1
old car shops on Allison Hill where he
served his apprenticeship. He served !
with the 210 th Pennsylvania volunteers
under Colonel Sargiint during the Civil
war and was taken prisoner at Ander
He is a member of the Firemen's
Relief organization and was one of the
organizers of the Mount Vernon Hook
and Ladder Company, of which lie is j
Still an active member
Auto Spill Kills a Mechanician
Gales+nirg, 111., Oct. 29.—Frit/. Walk-!
er,automobile race mechanician, died in ,
a hospital here yesterday from injuries
received last Thursday when Jack Ca
bers'machine turned over in a 100- j
mile race here. Walker's real name is!
saiil to have been Von Wolkenstein.
Whirled to Death i
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Oct. 29.—While '•
working about machinery in the hosiery
mill of TitJow & Pfcifle here yesterday.
Walter N'owonick, engineer of the mill,
was caught in the shafting and whirled
to death. Founding of his body
against the floor brought the owners
of the mill to the scene. His body was
A Peace Definition
"What is your idea of peace."
"Peace," said Mr. Dustin Stax. "is
a state of affairs in which everything
is going my way so strong that there is
no use of anybody's making a kick
about it."—Washington Star.
SENATOR GUFF PAYS FINE
Victim of Trickster, But Pleads Guilty
of Violating Prohibition Law
Clarksburg, W. Va.. Oct. 29.—Unit
ed States Senator Nathan 11. Coll. West
Virginia's wealthiest citizen and a for
mer judge of the United States < ir
cuit Court, was arrested here for re
ceiving liquor in violation of the Yost
State prohibition law. lie pleaded
guilty and was ned for the offense.
e arrest was the result of a trick
played on Senator Ooff. His offense
consisted in not ordering )nsj.-n
--ment of booze.
The Yost law provides that no resi
dent ot the State shall receive intoxi
cants unless it is ordered outside of
the State. His offense consisted of re
ceiving it and lie was an innocent vic
tim. A man called at the Senator's
door with a package bearing the Sena
tor's name. Senator lioff told the man
that he had not ordered anything, but
the man insisted his name was on the
package. Upou opening it he found it
to be whiskey. A warrant was sworn
out lor his arrest.
An investigation is now made
in an effort to ascertain the identity
ol the party responsible for the trie!*,
which, it is said, is bein'g worked on
other residents of the State.
Quake Imperils Royalty
Turin, Italv. Oct. 29.—Castle s f „.
pinigi. where Queen Mother Margnrit i
is residing, was damaged bv the eartn
quake which occurred here Tuesday af'
ernopn. |'en teet of a hea\v cornice
fell, producing great alarm among the
occupants. Otherwise the castle v.as
Heads Scottish Bite Masons
New York. Oct. 29.- At the one hun
dred and seventh annual communicatio i
Of the Supreme Council of tiie Ancient
and Accepted Scottish llite ol' Free Ma
sonry for the I'nited States of Amer
ica, held here yesterday, M. W. Bavlin.
of Washington. I). ('.. was elected sov
ereign grand commander.
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