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NEWS OF THE S
CENTRAL HSCIi WILL PLAY
AT STEELTGN SATURDAY
'Aote Still Out of Game. But Roth and
Smelt jc: Arc Back—Tsch Will
Meet Allentown High Ou Island
Central High play* - ret..n :amr
011 the Cottage Hill fiel i, Steeltoi.
(Saturday afternoon at o'clock. the
fc>teelton High school t am being t.ie
opponent Steelton ent« - : o :i«n'
with the a lvantage of a v > tory over
Central High, while > entral will have
to try to reverse the result of the la-t
It is not believed that Rote will be
is tiie game, the fast quarterback of
the Centra! High s.-hool tonm being
still on tiie list of ripple* with a very
tore shoulder. Koto was :r.,uire.i r.
tho Steelton game in th : .« ity two
weeks ago and is yet bardlv aide to I
use His rijt.it arm.
There is some degree of joy ti the.
local sohoois ranks, however, fo: 1:
was announced yesterday- that K>th
and Smeltzer two baekfield sr::-» woul i
be allovvel to jet tuo the game
..gainst tne Blue and White. Tht
Non-Rreaay Toilet Crea rr. —Keeps the
Sktn -Sol: find Velvety in R« uj?
Weathe-. An Exquisite Toilet Pro,
GOKCAS (IRIT. STORF>
Hi >. Thir.l M.. mid t\ ft. li Mailon
CHICHESTER S PILLS
e" Tl»e MAMOIU BRAND. A
Hllto in Br4 »■»! Weld i.ci . ;; (v/
DRAMATIC SCENE FROM THE M YRKLE* HARDER
PL A V .4 T MAJES TIC SA TURD A Y MA TIN EE A ND MIGHT
Lancaster's Favorite Brew
JNO. G. WALL, Agt.
Harrisburg, Pa. Frank J. Rieker, Mgr.
HAKIUSBrRO STAR-IXIIKPKXHKXT. THURSDAY EVEN I NO. NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
i have been out of the game since the
Steelton struggle two weeks ago and
will go hack with a determination to
io the:: best to bring home the baon.
Tin- -how ,11s; of the team at New
Bloom'ield was disheartening to many
' hut five of the regulars were out ot
the line-up and they will all lie back
with a possible exception of two men.
one of which is Koto.
Coach Smith has had his troubles m
yetting au efficient pivot man to till
Koto's place, but Zeigler, a husky play ;
er, is tilling in and can bo counted to
give a good account of himself.
At Steelton the team is in slightly
better -hape. Gardner an.l Pavhoff, the
tno :ast backfield men, who suffered
leg bruises in Saturday 's game against
Wiiliauisport are out again and will
get into the game.
To • i will again have the call on the
local football fans Saturday afternoon.
laying the Vllentown High school
eleven ou the ls'.aivl Park grounds.
The Tc.-h team is in pretty fair shape
and ia. e been going through signal
I rill- and >cr r.image this week under
the direction of Coach Duukie. The
game will be called at 3 o'clock. The
Tech scrubs will pl«v the Enhaut team
. i' a rouble attraction, the game start
ing at 2 o'clock. The Allentown team
is a newcomer and little is known of.
;« strength hereabouts.
NATIONALS BEAT MONARCHS
Had Margin of tiss Fins in Game at
The Nationals won from the Mon
archs :iv 2S N pins in a Casino Ten I'in
I.eague :i aUh on t:.e Casiuo alleys, get
ting h total ot 2,*>:J4 for the three
games and setting a new season's mark.
The wiaaar* set a mark of 972 'in the
; opening game, which is also the t>ea:
mark of the season, .lone- and Ford
carved ofl "he individual honois. The
Bent .... 125 204 214 — 543
Senior .... 135 145 167 447
rankle ... 122 171 155 445:
l'ord ltiti 123 152 554
Atticks ... 14$ tS2 214 — 544
Totals . . 696 93$ 902—2531>
Basel. 206 183 146 535
V. D. Miller 193 196 149 43S
Thomson 201 159 193 553
•lones 190 200 232 622
Luck Is 2 215 179 576
Totais . . 972 953 $99—2824
Tin Impure, the ie eiving and the
.n.-haritable extruie themselves from
•-rental bits? by taeir unfitness for en
joy ng.—Burns. •
COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS!
State College, Pa.. Nov. a. —Only
two Penn State regulars scrimmaged
against the freshman eleven yesterday 1
afternoon. James and Kratt lined up
with a team of second-atriug men,>
while the other varsity men rested for'
the hard game expected with Lehigb on
Saturday, l lark. Wood. Lamb, Iliggins.
Miller and McDowell were battel el in
the Lafayette contest, and thev will
have little roujrli work before they face
the South Bethlehem team. Every one!
of th# cripple, with the exception of i
Captain Tobin and Whitey Thomas, will I
be in his place against Lehigh. State's
coaches are looking for the har.iest test
ot the eleven's defense faced this year.
Only ten tirst downs have been ma.icj
through State's line in the six game.*
| played, but I.ehigh's strong open game '
is expected to tax every resource in the!
blue and white defensive game, j
Equipped wijh l.ehigh's formations, the]
scrubs successfully gained against the;
varsity's line and ends throughout the.
practice yesterday. 1 jamb kicked sever '
al placement goals from midfield. His!
ability along that line will i>e used ex
tensively on Saturday. Kratt, the left i
tackle, was use I in the baektield yes !
terday. He tilled Captain Tobin's shoes'
at left halfback.
Ijcvvisburg. Pa.. .Nov. s.—The Buck
neil eleven was given what wiil likely
j he the hardest scrimmage of the week
yesterday, as the coaches have decided
' to ease up in their work with the var
sity in view of the Saturday game with
Albright. The team is moving along
in much better shape than it has anv j
time this season. Banks and Aleshoukas j
are showing up better every night on
the ends. Danowski is the oniv line man j
out of the game and he wiil likely be in j
shape for the Albright game. Topham i
did a lot of drop kicking yesterday an i j
was fairly successful. MacOermott and!
l>avis alternated at quarterback, but |
Ma.'Dermot-t will start Saturdav's con
Gettysburg. Pa.. Nov. 5. The liet!
tys'ourg squad returned from New York
yesterday in a badly crippled condition.
Nearly every man is suffering from !
bruises and strains of a more or le>s se-1
vere nature. Coach O'Brien ha i thosej
who were able run aroun.i the track:
several times to work out the stiffness.!
The work will be iigln for the two days j
before the team must leave tor Haiti .
more, where the annual game with
Johns Hopkins will be piayed on Sai
urday. It is likeiv that several of the,
men wili be unable to get into this
game and others will lie drilled at once :
to take their places.
Aunville. I'a.. Nov. s.—The vanitv ;
team of Lebanon Valley College was i
given a long signal (raeticc yesterday :
afternoon on Aunville tield at the en!
of which time the scrub team was
[laced against the tirst eleven. Thei
coach ordered his quarterback jo us?
forward pusses and e" i runs, all other
signal:- ;o be relegated. In the tortv
minutes of play the tirst team aggre
gation made four touchdowns anil the
s.-rubs were contente i to finish the bat
tle with but one. made by Ka.-e. quu.-
Outside Construction Wins
I lie Outsuit ' oustrurtion ream won
from the Machine >lu i> live on the Ca
sino alleys las' nigiit. winning a hard
fought match bv a margin of 5 pins.
MA: IllN K SHOP
Lenhart .. 15T 153 K>» 463
-Miller .. 126 156 126 — 408
Witt ..... 10S» 106 121— 336
Shannon . . 94 133 123 350
Books ...., 111 169 203 483
Tot.vls 59T TIT T32—2046
OCTSIUt CONSTRU' TIO.N
Hayes .... 136 13T 160— 433
McCoanel . 10 s 136 122 366
Shipp .. . nr. l.».» 100— 3TO
■ Nacc IT3 Imi 120 — 453
i John .. .. 150 129 150— 429
Total* t.i s 2 TIT 652—2951
Correct cat-away shape to
satisfy fashion's edict and
to satisfy comfort and
convenience, found in all
l niti»d Shit r& Coliar Co., Troy,N.V.
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BARNEY DREFI SS ILL
Condition of President of Pirates
Pittsburgh, Nov. s.—The condition
of President Barney Dreyfuss of the
Pittsburgh National League club, who
has been ill for a couple of weeks, took
ou a serious turn yesterday, and it is
giving his physicians a measure ot
alarm. Mr. Dreyfuss went home from
his office on October 26 with a cold.
I which was considerably worse before
| the next moruing an I has been getting
worse gradually ever since.
I Other complications have set in, and
» it beiins to look as if the Pirate boss
, is in for :i serious time before the skill
I 01 the physicians ran stop the malady
| which has overtaken him. Ho had in
; ten.le.l to go to Omaha next week to
| attend the meeting of the minor
i leagues, and expected to meet Fred
i Clarke there, but the trip has been
; called off.
FOOTBALL U VMK.S WANTED
The St. Mary's eleven, of steelton.
; would like to arrange games with teams
w hose average weight iloes not exceed
, 130 pounds. A Uiress ,1. Sostar. 520
i South Third* street. Steelton.
The Camp Hill iiigii s.hool eleven
, j is anxious to arrange games with teams
, whose average weight does not exceed
120 pounds. F. K. Armstrong, Camp
j Hill. Is manager.
INTEB NATIONALS WON
Took Game From Centrals by Margin
of 104 Pins
| : The internationals won from tne
■ i Centrals by I'U ; i:is in tiio lloltzm.ii
1 ; League on the Holtzman alleys last
levelling. Heiv- JU was hi o h man. The
' j score:
r | INTERNATIONALS
'j Morrifon . . 17" 12"> 83 — 321
Eranca ... Tl 123 S6— 280
' > R«l'p *2 P«S J-2 250
Ryan . . . 1 <»3 ss PS— 28S
Hobson ... 134 1 Iti 97 34 7
Totais . . 493 54S 146 1457
i jFox ...... 77 69 106— 252
Thome ... 77 124 84— 2So
; Port 83 86 So— 254
| Voder .... 62 93 97 252
' j Gable .... 13! 132 86— 310
tj Totals 130 495 455—1353
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n Entrance ou Third Street
j K OG ins provided with Heat, Hot and
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Euiopeun P'an Kates Jl.uu per day arid
up. Rooms jiiig.t or en suite, with
Luncheon. 11.SO to 2 p. m.. ;ise
pinner daily, 5 to p. in., .%Oc
bpeciai Sunday Dinner. 1- noon
10 5 p m.. 7.1 e
A la carle se. viv.e. 6 a lit. to 1? p. n.
HOH A Proprietor*
I The Metropolitan
For something good to eat. Every
thing ill season. Service tha best.
Prices tlie lowest.
No. t!."» Soul ft Fourth Btre«t
Uirtvll) opp«»*(r t uioo Million
rqui|i|*«*«l witu ail Hoilt-riJ Improve*
atrnui runutui; \%uier in rvvr> rooa*i
. (.Be bath; |irr(nll> (uiallarji ui<«W
' MI «-»<«krouul»util. I'.ntf* OIIMI«TUI«».
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I • Market Square
Large and convenient Sample Rooms
, Passenger and Baggage Elevator. Elee
trie Cars to and troui depot. Eleetrie
Light and Steam Heat; Rooms en suite
or single with Baths. Rates. 52.00 per
day and up.
J. H. ot M. S. Butterworth, Prop*.
Market St.. Harrisburg, Pa.
j At the Entrance to the P. R. R. Station
F. B. ALDXNGER,
SO Rooms and Baths
Maurice E. Russ, Proprietor
Third and Walnut Sts., Federal Square
FORM BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Six Teams Expected to Enter for
Silver Cup Offered By Local
A baseball league fostered by the
Harrisburg Basketball Association will
be formed this evening at a meeting
to be held in the City Gray's Armory,
Second and Korster streets. The local
association decided on the league last
evening and called a meeting of man
agers of proposed teams to be hold
this evening. A Harrisburg team to
gether with lives from Ob'erlin, Pen
brook and Steelton will be included iu
the new league.
One game a week will be scheduled,
games being played on the Armory
tloor between the halves erf the Har
risburg game on Saturday nights.
Other towns interested iu the forming
of such a league are invited to attend
to-night's meeting so that definite
plans can be arranged. A silver lov
ing cup will be offered for the leading
The Brookwood Club, of Philadel
phia, will open the local basketball
season to-morrow evening with the
Harrisburg team. McCord. Baumbach,
Atticks and Tom Gnffnev will .igaiu be
members of the team. Haddow. Bovle
and Krout are candidates for the
team. Horace Geisol, forward on last
year s team will officiate at the game.
STEROS WIN FROM ADMEN
Linos Also Lost to Makeups in Duck
Pin Matches Last Night
The Steros downed the Admen by
84 pins and the Makeups won from the
Unos by 77 pins 111 the Patriot Duck
Pin League mutch 011 the Casino alleys
yesterday afternoon. Carpenter rolled
rhe highest score of the afternoon. The
Sohmer .... 101 97 90—2SS
Peiffer S7 7-4 100—261
Herman .... 101 102 116—319
Totals .. . 259 273 306—868
Carpenter .. 99 121 145 —365
Carman .... 100 SO 120—309
Wagner .... 85 86 107 —278
Totals ... 284 296 372—952
Gotwalt .... 82 93 100 —275
Steigleman . 9S 100 83 —281
Zeiglor 104 lis 54—306
Totals ... 254 31 1 267 862
lx>sh 74 9 7 103 —274
Frv 110 126 112—348
Brown 11l 11 4 92—317
Totais .. . 295 337 307—939
St. Mary's 12: Steelton Scrubs. «
St. Mary's defeated the SteeltJti
•scrubs last evening on the Cottage
Hill field by the score of 12 to 6. The
St. Mary's. Steelton
Cooper 1., K. . . . Diffenderfer
Slavan 1,. T Staub
Baitles I* G Sharosky
Pfinatella C Wushinski
Youtz R. G Keim
Piech ........R. T Beard
Stanley R. E Eckenrode
Zeran.e Q. B Alberts
M. Zerau -e . . .L. 11. B Co-klin
Starasinic . . .R. H. B Turano
McCalian F. B Miller
Touchdowns, Starasinic. McCahiin.
Cocklin. Referee, Taggart. I'inpire,
| Murphy. Time of quarters. 10 minutes.
Harrisburg Si?us Scranton Lad
Scranton Pa.. Nov. s.—Harry Scull,
one of the best amateur catchers in
this part of the State, has accepted
terms with the Harrisburg club of the
Tri-State League for next year, lie
was in much demand among minor
leagues, but the offer of the Harris
burg club looked best to him.
Open Basketball Season
The Baldwin Athletic Club, of Steel
ton. will open its basketball season at
Oberlin this evening with the Neidig
Memorial five, of that place. Law
rence Aigust. of Enhaut. manager of
the Memorials is anxious to complete
his season's schedule.
Lost Through Default
Duukle defaulted to Broadliur.»t in
I the Harrisl>urg Academy tennis tuur-
I uev yesterday afternoon. leaving
Broadhurst to meet Horton in the semi
finals this afternoon. John Ross will
meet the winner of this match in the
championship go to-morrow afternoon.
STUDENTS GET THE BODY
As Directed in His Will, Colonel
Grover's Remains Go to Science
Philadelphia, Nov. 5. As he had di
rected in his will, the 'body of Colonel
Holmes Grover. United states Minister
to Italy during the administration of
Pre«i lent Grant, was delivered to the
Jefferson Medical College ye«erday
Colonel Grover. who died last Mon
day, won his commission in ttie army
in the Civil nar. and was one of the
military aids to ('resident Lincoln iu
Ford's theatre iu Washington when the
President was assassinated. Ijater. aft
er serving as envoy to Italy, he was
employed by the foreign offices of sev
eral European Powers and wa< sent on
many delicate diplomatic missions.
In the last ten years reverses
stripped him oJ' all income 'bu; his pen
sion. but he refused to accept aid from
friends or to communicate with rela
tives in New England.
.Mrs. Ruth A. Carey, of New Bruns
wick. N. J., a sister, is the only rela
tive whose address is known.
FORTY PASSENGERS IN PANIC
Gas In Main Explodes and Wrecks Car
New York. Nov. s.—Forty men and
women passengers were thrown into a
panic and Motorman Charles Hultz was
badly cut when a trolley car of the
Monmouth Traction Company was jmrt
ly wrecked and the Throckmorton
bridge. Red 'Bank. N. J., badly dam
aged last nig-ht by the explosion of gas
in a main. The re|ort was heard for
miles. Many houses were jarred.
The explosion is believed to have been
caused by a spark from the trolley
rails igniting tttie gas. The large road
boards of the 'bridge were torn up for
thirty feet near the residence of ex-
Judge Charles E. Hendrickson. Every
window in the trolley car was blown
"Comedy Night" at Elks
The Elks will celebrate "Comedy
Night" to-night with a motion pi.ture
program. The feature is entitled
"Round I.'p." Refreshments will be
The NEWARK Shoe—for no man who tries |H|
The NEWARK would ever dream of paying
more than $2.50 for his shoes again. fIH
/ T N NEWARK Shoe
/ \\ 01 is solved the
Cr ' B dealer's j
For Boys at 51.5 0n a pair
Oreatest Value Ever Given* 6^oea *
NEWARK SHOE STORES CO.
| HAIIKISIII Mi IIIIA M il
I 315 MARKET ST., Near Dewberry St.
Other Newark More* Nearby: York, Itemling:. Altoonn. Ilnltimore I
M\ll, OiIDIOIIS FII,I,KD in PARCKI.S POST
9 Open Saturday evenings until 1 0.30 to accommodate our customers. I
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AMTJRI JiTENT*. | AMTTSRMBXTS.
.NEW 1111,1. TO-nAV OK KEITH
Ihe Last iango v«dev.lle. featuring
A DANCE SENSATION WITH 13 ■■ • 11 J | ft
MOVIO IflOuGlS f
NEXT WEEK A ««««' ACT
T n . THREE OTHKH ACTS A\P BKST
The Lawn Party ...t.ke*
' MATIN ISKS T.e nn.l 10c
\ MIMMI Id: >l( SIC Al. rOMKin KYEMNGS lOe and l."»e
«■ .—— ——
"PHOTOPLAY-To-day and To-morrow
My Official Wife
Wonderful 5-Act Vitagraph Broadway-
Featuring EARLE WILLIAMS and
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
< A REALLY WONDERFUL PICTURE
•v - I J
MP Ail This Week
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1 -'-M fWyrkle-
33""NLNHI ' A \H.H IS, r\w. aoc, aoc
I What Happened to Mary
The Entire V V. Production*
Will He Presented
Friday— lhe Eicspe
Positively the drtimatle event of
the MenMuii. All draperies. fnrni
ture carried especially for this
on I nwlne >larriane*
Under Southern Skies
Millions have lauiclied nnd
Krieu'd at thin strand old South
TO INITIATE NEW MEMBERS |
Sphinx Scientific Club of the Harrisburg
Academy Meets To-night
The Scientific <'lub of the
Harrisburg Ajead«my will initiate new
members to-night at a meeting to bo
lieM at 7.30 o'clock in -iV Academv
building. Otiher imjM>rtant tiusiuess will i
also be transacted.
Treasurer George Bailey report?
aibout $25 in the treasury. Pins will >
be ordered for new members and an- '
ortier lawn fete probably will be dis 1
wssed for next spring. New mem- [
bers will l>e .1 olin Wallis, Jack Holmes,
Charles Salesman, Dana Ghimette, Ar
thur Snyder ami William Smiley.
DRYING OUT OASES
Various Methods By Which the Mois-'
ture is Eliminated
In the manufacture of gases like!
oxygen, acetylene or illuminating gas,
to be used immediately in chemleal,
processes, it is often necessary to free
them from al) moisture.
One of the commonest means is to
bubble thp "wet" gas through con
centrated sulphurii- acid or through a
heap of glass beads covered with this
liquid. Ooicentrated sulphuric aeid hns
a powerful tendency to absorb mois
I r t
MIRTH. GOMBDI INO Ml SIC
TECHNICAL HiGH SCHOOL
Thursday and Friday Eve.
November sth and 6th
At 8.15 O'clock
KUSEH \ ED SEATS lOc EXTH A
Ticket* ro«en e«l at >pnnrk Shoe
Store* 315 Markft St., >»r. Sth iV tltli.
'' I>i I you hear alb out Muggins taking
i up settlement workf'
■'Yes. Ilt> usually works his credi
| tors lor 50 I'ents on the dollars.''
| ture from other substances—a prop
erty which is aptly illustrated when a
splinter of wood is dipped into the
liquid. The acid extracts from t'lie
I cellulose (which is the principal con-
I stitueut of wood) all the hydrogen ami
oxygen, which cellulose contains in
just the proper proportions to form
i water. The only other component of
cellulose is carbon, and this alone is
i left, leaving the wood charred as if
; by fire.
Another way to dry a gas is to pass
it through small chunks of calcium
chloride. This extracts water or vapor
I from everything.
The most efficient of all methods «
| fhta adopted by the bureau of stan
dards at Washington, where a machine
' is used which, by lowering the teinper
j ature of the gas passed throught if,
• freezes out all the moisture and leaves
[ the gas absolutely dry.—St. Louis
Breathe Well and Keep Well.
To breathe well helps to keep well.
To live longer and better make it a
habit to take some breathing exercise
each day. Are you aware that ordina
rily you use only one tenth of your
lung spacet Is it any wonder that
diseases of the respiratory tra-t are
I contracted so euxily?