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Jeff's Sense of Humor Aggravates Mutt f HHX AMD He AMY* - ( IT'S A £*** *** Voo ) . WHAT ] one ue-r* J 1,0 ""TUT! J *«R?| LOOK. AT TK€ ] see It J V" 1 Y B<& V. r~ \ I .-X" % % , WAreRfAtLOM / J'*V <SoP4MA. I f SO THB>( \ % 'Qy r\iG 6cfr, MUTT./ IST-p} SCNb «T "to c **< '•eeo thg] M ojf '' ftuoyyftfuy f?m» Ctt . THREE BIG STARS IN GETTYSBURG COLLEGE LINE-UP With, the .exception of Elscheid, every man in the Gettysburg- line-up on Saturday will be a varsity star, foach George Oocklll, of Burknell, sends word tha.t he -will uonu- to Harrihburg with his regulars. There is some Joubt as to Gdianee being in Bucknell's line-up. This boy was last season's big star and Is looked upon afe a* Im portant factor for Saturday's game. He has been nursing a sore arm. The Gettysburg stars in whom local supporters are interested are pictured above. Reading from left to right they are: Captain "Bearcat" Scheaffer, former Tech star, who will play end for the battlefield team; Hoar, who won many laurels as a member of Harrisburg Academy eleven, will be in his quarterback position, and Me'haffie who has been out of the game, but will return to the back field and add strength to the team. f Make \ I your nickel do \ \ the work of | a dime J Sounds too good to be true. But you do get ten-cent quality when you spend a nickel for an El Dallo Cigar. We leave off the expensive band and put the difference into honest to bacco quality and a tin-foil and tissue wrapping that keeps Cigar fresh clean until I<it'\ ou smo^e We P ut \ Ml, ih this wrapping on by \f machinerywhichdoesit [ at a cost next to nothing. El Dallo Cigars are J made to satisfy you. Quality, then protec % . \ tion, is a combination \ smokers like. V• \\ Open' an acquaint ance with one today. /TV\ l R EID tobacco company Distributor* Milton and Altoona ' Try Telegraph Want Ads. Try Telegraph Want Ads. WEDNESDAY EVENING, i IiAXGFORD GHTSX DECISION Tom McMalion Was Knocked Down in Sixth When light Was Stopped By Associated Press Eos Angeles, Cal., Nov. 11.—Sam Eangford, of Boston, was given the decision over Tom McMahon. of New Castle. Pa., in the fight at Vernon Arena last night after a county con stable stopped the tight in the sixth round. It was announced as a twenty round match. Early In the sixth round Langford knocked down McMahon, who took the count up to nine and then arose, seem ingly refreshed, and gave a whirlwind finish to the fight up to the point where the constable superseded the referee. Although blood flowed freely from the defeated man, he closed strong. BITS OF SPORTS Pittsburgh will have a boxing com mission. The Tri-State League waa not hit hard by drafts. Outfielder Eee, of Trenton, drafted by the Athletics, is considered a good find. Baseball officials in Harrisburg would like to know what became of Charley Kelchner's options In the dra'ts. Sycamore defeated the East End eleven yesterday; score. 65 to 0. Bailey Street Stars won from Cam eron Athletic Club football team yes terday: score, 13 to C. Ilighspire High will play Hummels town High at Hummelstown Saturday. In winning from the Alphas last night the Monarchs had a margin of 186 pins. The totals were new records east of Milwaukee and Pittsburgh. The Monarchs had a total of 2 867; the Alphas, 2681. ■Hamilton Grammar School five de feated Maclay; score, 12 to 10. Both Tale and Princeton will dedi cate their new stadiums this week. In the P. B. B. Y. M. C. A. bowling league series last night the Federals defeated the Eagles; margin, 360 pins. Pat lawyer, who has acted as trainer for the Penn football team this season, announced to the football authorities yesterday afternoon that he would be unable to finish the season with the Bed and Blue squad because of illness. FIGHTERS DIVIDE BIG PURSE Special to The Telegraph Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 11. —Receipts of the ten-round contest between Fred die Welsh, lightweight chamnion of th" world, and Charlie White, of Chi cago, here Monday night were $24,000. TOD SLOAN'S BROTHER DEAD Special to The Telegraph Chicago. 111., Nov. 11. Freemon Sloan, brother of Tod and Cash Sloan, famous Amerlc&n jockeys when Amer'. can racing was at its height, died here yesterday at the county hospital. OLD-TIME PLAYER KILLED Special to "the Telegraph Sacramento. Cal., Nov. 11.—Henry Beltz, at one time a member of the famous Baltimore Orioles' infield, wasj killed hero yesterday by an automo-1 bile. HARJRISBURG (61A& TELEGRAPH SCHOLASTIC CAMES FOR NEXT SATURDAY Tech High Will Meet Williamsport; To "Get Beck"; Central Plays Stevens Local scholastic teams will have hard games Saturday. Neither Cen tral or Tech will play at home. Cen tral meets Stevens Trade School at Lancaster. This year the Stevens eleven has been cleaning up every team !t meets. Tech goes to Williamsport. Here is how the Harrisburg eleven is rated in "Bllltown," according to the Williams port Gazette-Bulletin: "High is preparing for its hardest struggle of the football year. Harris burg Tech will play the Cherry and White on the new athletic field next Saturday. "This team comes with the best rec ord of the year. Last Saturday Tech defeated the strong Allentown High team by the overwhelming score of 4 8 to 0. Beck, the captain, is probably the best all-around athlete to be seen here this year. Last Saturday he scored four touchdowns for Tech, one being after a run of eighty yards. That he will be a marked man and that High's motto is 'Get Beck' is plainly heard at practice, both from the coaches and the players them selves." Steelton high will entertain Wilkes- Barre high at Steelton. Another in teresting home game will be on Aca demy field between the Harrisburg Academy eleven and the Lebanon Val ley Reserves. IR^VOUSWIN^OI^^^| I some real tobacco! I ««£»& B If you're a red-blooded citizen, you beat it across the Jgaßl fields to a tidy red tin of Prince Albert and get some smoke joy jammed into that system of yours. Because P. A. was produced to put a new high top record on pipe and cigarette liberty. You can smoke H it until the cows come home, it can't bite your H tongue, can't parch your throat. And that's a fact! MI FRINGE ALBERT I t Prince Albert it told everywhere in toppy redbagt, sc; tidy red tins, 10c; alto in handtome pound and half-pound humidort. HB Houck to Meet Wagner; First Ring Engagement Leo Houck, the Lancaster middle weight, will make his season's de but in his home town, Monday night, November 16. Houck's opponent will be Kid Wag ner, the rugged Wilkes-Barre lad. Houck has met the best men in the middleweight class in America, and Wagner has a very good record as his opponents have been the very best men. He has won twice each from Battling I.evinsky and Jack McCar ron; four times from George Ashe and i has bested George Chip, Tim O'Neil, I Jack Fitzgerald, K. O. Brennan, Peck .Miller, Jack Blackburn and Jimmy Tighe. He stopped the last three named inside of two weeks. Tim i Droney boxes Johnny Ferguson, of Philadelphia, and Young Kitchey will go against Johnny Gill, of York. FINAL CONFERENCE ON PEACE Chicago, 111., Nov. 11. Whether war shall continue between organized baseball and the Federal League will be decided in Chicago to-morrow yhen Charles H. Weeghman, of the Chifeds, and Garry Herrmann, repre senting Charles H. Taft, owner of the Cubs, and Ban Johnson, president of | the American League, will meet for a i decisive conference. CARLISLE HOTEL CLOSED Carlisle, Pa., Nov. 11.—The Wash ington House, for many years a li censed hotel conducted by the Sheafer family, has been closed. The proprie tor. Kobert Sheafer, has left town, and several weeks ago the household goods were sold. Before that the property was sold at a sheriff's sale, the purchaser being Dr. Lee, who owns the adjoining property. For the past few weeks the bar only remain ed open and the conduct at the place was such that it was ordered closed by the county court. NOVEMBER 11,1914. 'MINORS REFUSE TO | RECOGNIZE OUTLAWS Will Stand by Organized Baseball; Pass Irn Bound Re solutions Special to The Telegraph Omaha, Neb., Nov. 11.—Unless there is a switch in minor league circles to day, the Federal League will have to look elsewhere for reinforcements. Not only was emphatic action taken vesterdav endorsing: organized base ball, but leaders of every minor organi zation gave notice that prompt action would bo taken to prevent any inva sion by the Feds. At the meeting to day further action will be taken for the better protection of the minora. A resolution was adopted in the pres ence ol' Garry Herrmann and Ban John son. of the National Commission, hi part as follows: "Whereas, the practice of encourag ing and inciting certain ball players to disregard their obligations to organized j baseball has raised ;i doubt in the mi.nls of the public as t-i the honesty and in tegrity of ball players as a class, be it "Resolved, That w<, the representa tives of organized baseball in the mi nor leagues, at this first session of our fourteenth annual meeting, mosi em phatically and unequivocally reaffirm our allegiance to organized baseball as the ideal condition for the future pros perity of the great national game." MORE liIKTHK THAN DEATHS Just ten more births were reported to the Board of Health during October, 1914, than for the corresponding month last year. Seventy-eight deaths occur red during October, 1914, and eighty two durin'.r October, lt>l3. Births for October. 11114, total 131; for October, 1913, I'Zl births were reported. SANFORD—An Ide Collar SIDES & SIDES NEW ARMORY FOR LEBANON. Citizen* Purchase Site For Home For Fourth Heglnicnt Command. Special to The 'telegraph Lebanon, Nov. 11.—Local militia men were highly elated to-day with tha announcement that the deed for the new armory site for Company H Fourth Regiment, N. G. P., has been filed at courthouse for record. This desposes of all objections to the site and it is hoped that bids for the election of the build ing can be taken within a few weeks. The site is at Third and Chestnut streets, a beautiful residence district and $30,000 will be available for tha building as Lebanon citizens pur chased the ground at a cost of $5,000.