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KLEIN TEAM IS GIVEN FAREWELL Firm Tells of Plans For Next Season at Big Feast Last Night Baseball history was made by the! Klein Chocolate team this season.; Still greater things are promised | next season if plans announced last' night are successful. Players who j put Elizabethtown on the map this • season, gave Harrisburg good sport, j and won recognition all over the. United States, were told last night! at a farewell banquet that they were j wanted back in 1920. The big feast was the closing i feature of a farewell celebration at, Elizabethtown yesterday. A number of the players left immediately after! the banquet for their respective j homes. Others who are still here] will, in all probability, remain as. employes of the Klein Chocolate I Company team. All day yesterday Klein players were the recipients of many con- j g'ratulations and expressions of ap-i preciation for their work, frcrn | Elizabethtown citizens. At noon aj dinner was tendered Manager .Tohni Brackenridge and his crew by J. H. j Jfornofius, one of the leading busi nessmen of the town, at his cafe. Banquet Big Event Of course the big event was the j banquet last night at the Elizabeth-1 town hotel. It was some feed. ' Covers were placed for 50 and in j addition to players and "Brackey" (A Health builder For Weakened Lungs "Where a continued cough or cold ] threatens the lunge, Eckman's Altera- ! tire will help to stop the cough, ! itrengthen the lungs and restore 1 jealth. 80c and |1.50 bottles at drug ■Hrts. or from CKMAK lABOSATORY, Philadelphia When Children are Sickly tare Constipated, Feverish, Cry out in their sleep, Take cold easily, Have Headaches, Stomach or Bowel trouble, Try MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN They are pleasant to take and a certain relief. They act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders. 10,000 testimonials from mothers and friends of little ones telling of relief. No mother should be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for use when needed. Aik to-day. At Druggists. The need of them often comes at inconvenient hours. Used by Mothers for over thirty years. Do Not Accept Any Substitute (or BOTHER GRAY'S SHEET POWDERS. INSULATION Brine and Ammonia Piping Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering Insulating Materials Applied -Estimates Furnished William R. Dempwolf Insulating Engineer 216 S. Second St., Harrisburg 8e11—3978 Dial—4234 LOOK Kelly Trucks Are Better Trucks KELLY jji KELLY For Your Satisfaction Stop at the Atlantic Motor Truck Co. 17th and Chestnut Sts., Harrisburg, Pa. J. E. DARE, President LOOK =. When you puff up on a King Oscar Cigar You're getting a darn good smoke for the money. Care, brains, experience and the de sire to do the right thing takes care of that. 7c at AH Dealers, John C. Herman & Co. Harrisburg, Pa. WEDNESDAY EVENING. there were present representatives 1 of the Chocolate Company firm, ] newspapermen from Lancaster.' Elizabethtown and Harrisburg and I ] prominent citizens. The decorations ] I including an elaborate floral display, j 1 On the table at which were seated j the players was a mammoth cake, 1 1 eight inches high, three feet wide! 1 and five feet in length. On the top ] lin icing was a miniature baseball < I field with ail the Klein piayers. I bleachers and grandstand. Pyramids of fruit was another attractive fea-! i ture. Roasted spring chicken with j ] everything that goes with it were in- i ! eluded on the elaborate menu. Praises For Everybody ! Of course there were speeches, j 'and the best words of praise possible' i and then some more were given the j Klein Company, players, managers |and all who had a part in making, I the season a big success. It was from ! | one of the firm the announcement ! came, about next season. Some ' things were not lold but enough was 'said that the well-known Elizabeth-, I town firm intended to go to still ] jgreater expense to keep tip the high (standard reached by the Klein base ' ball team. Manager Brackenridge also thank jed the firm and players for their hearty co-operation and told of.ar- I rangements with big league teams it play in Harrisb"rg and other | cities. His work was specially alluded jto by firm members and all who • spoke. | The Klein team history is now in course of preparation and includes | interesting facts. There were 84 I games played. The Klein team lost j 14, tied three and forfeited one. I There were ten players who batted |at .300 and over. Wrightstone was ; the leading hitter with his honte i run record. ] Before leaving last night players j thanked the members of the firm ! and promised to be back next year. SHOT IN T.EG j Struck in the legs by the discharge from the gun of a bird hunter. Att | gusto Porticello was treated at the Harrisburg Hospital late yesterday. Porticello was himself hunting black birds at the time of the accident. LIVE SPORTING NEWS VOLLEYBALL IS POPULAR HERE Indications Point to Record Crowd Tonight For Sec ond Game Time—B P. M. - Place Auditorium Chestnut street. Event —Volleyball and dance. Open to the public- Zembo pa trol vs. Businessmen. Early practice to-day by two vol leyball teams indicated that some thing will be doing to-night. The indications were correct. There is much concern over the result of to-night's contest. The contestants will be the Zembo Patrol and the Businessmen representing the 5.45 class at the Central Y. M. C. A. Ever since interest in this sport started in Harrisburg there have been many expressions of opinion regarding champions in this sport. It is proposed to settle this question with real games. One has already been played. Zcmlw First Winners Zembo Patrol won over the Noon day class businessmen's team. To night at Chestnut Street Auditor ium the winners in the first game will play another team. This con test is attracting much interest. As the people of Harrisburg have awakened to the fact that volley ball games are open to them a big crowd is looked for. After the game to-night there will be a big dance progam. The Franklin orchestra of twelve pieces will furnish the mu sic. Indications point to a long sea son in this sport. There are more teams from the "Y" to come, and already inquiries have been made by businessmen from Lancaster and other cities, who have been getting into fhis sport. New York Giants Get Surprise at Shibe Park Philadelphia. Oct. B.—For a fleet ing few seconds yesterday afternoon at Shibe Park the Bacharach Giants, Atlantic Pity's star colored team, felt like the best club in the world. This was when they rallied in the fifth inning for as many runs and held a 5 to 1 lead over the New York Giants, second place money winners in the well-known National League. It was a temporary tri umph, for as soon as the Giants got to bat again they proceeded to tie the score. Extra innings looked in evitable until the eighth, when the Polo grounders put across a pair of tallies for a 7 to 5 victory. The battle started off like a pitch ing argument between Rube Benton, McGraw's premier southpaw, and Cannonball Redding. First blood was drawn by the National Leaguers in the third. This run looked large till the Boardwalk Beau Brummels became gay in the aforementioned fifth, after which the game became more informal. N. Y. Giants 00100402 o—7 Bacharach Giants 00005000 o—s Batteries—New York, Benton and Snyder; Bacharach Giants, Redding and Gatewood. [Other Sport News on Pake 13.1 MEMORIAL PARK ADDITION The Suburb Unparalelled.—Adv. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAY BE OVERCOME If you have Catarrhal D'eafness or head and ear noises or are growing hard of hearing go to your druggist and get 1 ounce of Parmint (double strength), and add to it Vt pint of hot water and a little granulated sugar. Take 1 tablespoonful four times a day. This will often bring quick relief from the distressing head noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breath ing become easy and the mucus stop dropping into the throat. It is easy to prepare, costs little and is pleas ant to take. Anyone who has Ca tarrhal Deafness or head noises should give this prescription a trial. H9LPSES Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat ing, Antiseptic Liquid It is unnecessary for you to suffer with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes and similar skin troubles. Zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c or $l.OO forextra large bottle, and prompt ly applied will usually give instant relief from itching torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin and heals quickly and effectively most skin diseases. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, disappearing liquid and is soothing to the most delicate skin. It is not greasy, is easily applied and costs little. Get it today and save all further distress. The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O. Are You Acquainted With Your Furnace? Go down in the cellar to night, Mr. Busy Man, and get acquainted with your furnace. The cost of fuel is too high to remain indifferent. You can manage your heating apparatus this Winter at a minimum of wasted fuel if you know what is the best size and kind of coal for your own particular furnace. See that all soot is removed from the chimney—see that the grate is in good working order. You can get Kelly's "Blue Ribbon" coal —the best mined in Pennsylvania. H.M.Kelley&Co. IN. 3rd St. 10th & State Sts. BJtimiSBTTRa TET .FGRXPH FEW OUT TO SEE LAUGHLIN FIGHT Small Crowd Disappointed by Poor Battles at Motive Power Harrisburg boxing enthusiasts were disappointed last evening in the box ing exhibition staged at the Motive Power Boxing Association Club room in North Seventh street. The sched ule called for 30 rounds of real fight ing. There were only four rounds of what could be termed boxing and four rounds of exhibition work between Sammy Schiff of Harrisburg, and Joe Marks, of Philadelphia. What tights were pulled off showed very poor judgment in the matching. The wind-up feature of the evening between Willie Luughlin and Jimmy I.cggett failed to materialize. At- j ter the finish of the third preliminary exhibition these two fighters werO brought into the ring and it was an nounced by referee Charlies Sollers that Leggett refused to fight because of the smallness of the audience. He had agreed to fight for a percentage ol the gate receipts or a guarantee of a certain sum which the Motive Pow er Association could not meet. The expected crowd did not materialize, name not being the hoped for drawing card. Every fight that was staged last night was one sided. The first pre liminary was between Young Piatt and Bobby Shultz. After two minutes of fighting Shultz had Piatt all but knocked out when Piatt sent a weak blow into the pit of his stomach that didn't look hard enough to even make him breathe hard. However, Schultz straightened up and looked at the referee as though he was ready to quit. Piatt was too dazed to fol low up his lead and the bell saved the situation. In the second round Shultz again went after Piatt like a whirl wind and had him groggy but anoth er blow in the stomach, so weak that it was hardly noticeable, gave Piatt a technical K. O. for the referee stop ped the bout when Shultz appeared as if he hadn't a friend in the world and no where to go. • The second bout was the same. "Billy" Atticks, who has been tooted as a knockout artist, met his water loo in the form of Schoolboy Wiltse. Wiltse has the advantage of Atticks in weight and everything else, for it took him only two minutes to make Atticks decided that he had enough. Atticks must learn that a boxer must go through a hard school and not quit when a blow lands that hurts a little. The third bout of the evening was between Nate Isaacman, of Harris burg and Red Singer, of Dauphin. Iraacman played rings around Singer. They sparred for two rounds. Red taking the count of nine two or three times in order to retrieve some of his fast disappearing breath. In the third, his stomach got on the busi ness end of a sharp uppercut and he took the count of ten. The fourth fight between Joe Marks and Al. Clark, wound up in a knock out for Marks after a minute of fighting in the second round. The first round appeared to be about even, although Marks landed some pretty stiff blows. A solar plexus cut short Clark's chances. What Winning Team Will Get For Big Series According to unofficial figures based on a total players' share of $260,349.66, the winning team of the World's Series will divide among its members $117,157.35. The losing team will take down $78,104.90 to be shared by its members. The amount that will go to the American and National League Clubs that finished second and third also was determined by the fifth game of the series. To the New York Nationals and Cleveland Amer icans, according to the unofficial fig ures, will go $39,052.45 to be shared equally, while the Chicago Nationals and New York Americans will split $26,034.96 for finishing third. Based on a division of the team shares among twenty-three members the winners of the championship each will receive $5,093.79 and the members of the defeated club each will get $3,395.86. Each New York National and Cleveland American player, provid ed twenty-three equal shares were made, will receive $848.96. To players on the Chicago Na tionals and New York American League Club, a share to each of twenty-three men would award $565.97. Senators Win Match in Academy League The Senators and Giants were vic tors in Academy Duckpin League matches rolled on the Academy al leys last night. The summaries: Senators Shields 14 4 152 153 449 Buela 97 97 118 — 306 Miller 141 124 1 22 387 Hinkle 190 131 174 495 Bamford ... 132 110 139 381 Totals 704 608 706 —2018 Braves Rice 89 160 95 —344 Burd 'l2 112 112— 336 Magaro 63 109 101— 373 Sol 142 153 106— 401 Andrews ... 129 129 129 387 Total 635 663 543 —1841 Cubs Low 122 106 125 353 Shipley 108 116 140 — 304 Siblc 107 131 84— 322 Nunemaker . 108 90 134 332 Burger 122 131 162 — 415 Total 567 574 645—1786 Giants Page 114 141 156 — 411 Stull 75 122 105— 302 Rowe 88 153 137 383 Coloviras ... 134 150 149 439 Simmons ... 110 94 106— 315 Total 527 670 653—1850 Another Beck Is Showing Real Football Work Annvllle, Pa.. Oct. B.—Among ttie promising candidates for the 'Varsity football eleven at Lebanon Valley College is Ferdinand Beck, the for mer Harrisburg Tech athlete, who enrolled here at the opening of the college. Beck has proved himself a veritable tower of strength in the scrimmages thus far and is virtually assured of a berth in the line on the "Varsity team. His heady and de pendable work has been the subject ot much comment among the pigskin devotees here and Coach Strickler is locking to him to play an important part in buckling Villanova's line in the opening contest at Lebanon on Saturday. Beck will be surrounded by an equally reliable coterie of players as material has been so plentiful here / that the coaches are as yet at a loss to say who will start the opening game. Four teams have been work ing at breakneck speed each day, each realizing that no berth on the team has as yet been definitely filled. Besides Beck, Harvey, Giles and Sl.umaker also showed up well in yesterday's unit. Professional Football Is Called Off at New York New York. Oct. S There will be no Sunday football games at the Polo Grounds. This announcement was made by Charles Brickley. who was managing and coaching the New York Giants' professional football team. Brickley learned yesterday that there was no law which permits the playing of football on Sunday in this state. The baseball bill covers only i baseball games. The project to play professional 1 football games here on Sunday, there fore. had to be abandoned. Many of the players Brickley had signed up, on learning of the abandonment, im mediately opened negotiations with promoters of teams in Western cities. New Trap Record Is Hung Up at Washington Washington, Pa., Oct. B.—What is claimed to be a trapsliooting record for the State and perhaps for the country w.ts established here yes terday by Harry Kochendorfer, of the Washington Gun Club, who broke twenty-five double targets straight. Facing the traps at the range of the Washington County > Golf and Country Club, Kochendor fer hit fifty clay pigeons, which were j thrown in pairs from the traps. So I unerring was his aim that every , target was shattered, not a single j "break" being a scratch. Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 8. —Dickinson i featured a thirty-minute scrimmage j between varsity and scrubs at her j football practice, following a pre- I liminary period in which running ' down under punts, dummy tackling and bucking the sled were em- I phasized. Coaches Craver and My- j ers gave the linesmen a thorough : drill in the art of forward passing, ! contemplating a good bit of this ' work in the coming game against Ursinus, at Collogeville, on Saturday, • which will be attended by a number > of Dickinsonians from the eastern j ~...( 0 f Pennsylvania and New Jcr-: ■ey. | Boston Garter The comfort and long service you enjoy in wearing the Boston Garter are the result of our fixed policy— a—. Quality First! GCORQC FROST CO. flgf \ MAKERS BOSTON K \ A Practical Kitchen Range Detroit Vapor Oil Stove Heats, Cooks and Bakes j at a cost impossible to any other Stove Which Do You Prefer? j A small can of oil or —a large bucket of expensive coal and the dirt and ashes after burning? tWe GUARANTEE the! ? VAPOR RANGE tot I HEAT ANY OR-I j DINARY SIZEDj j KITCHEN. j When you see this Stove you will say it is the j most wonderful you have , ever seen. Cheerfully demonstrated without obligation to buy at either the HARRIS- 1 BURG or CARIMSLE ( STORES. j Special Offer For One Week ! With every Vapor Stove Isold we will furnish the 1 following: " I 7-Piece Aluminum Outfit ( 1 $8.50 tW This applies 01 i/ to j I Stoves sold bctwee. this ' i date aiul October 13. HOOVER ! Furniture Company 1415-19 N. 2nd St. : Carlisle: 23 W. High St. OPKN EVEIIY EVENING Dives, Pomeroy Stewart Coat Values That Make Your Dollars Count s I2T ( Women, who know, turn invariably to our displays when they want "something different" I tfu \' r in Coats, because here they can always be sure | iK in ft | - of finding infinite variety, service-giving fabrics i ! and incomparable individuality. i If 4,4 These timely Coat offerings arc, by no means, exeep- ? They are developed of such desirable fabrics as velour, fortuna, duvctyn, silvertone and Aao||| nil iffluv Bolivia, and well represented are all the warm, rich colorings of Autumn. Each garment boasts some distinctly novel style fea- ! turc and all coats are handsomely lined and interlined to IgB f insure adequate warmth during the coldest winter Complete, sizes for Misses and women; prices be- I "" - 1 1 Modish New Furs Moderately Priced aSPS* afflLjidh,- With cold weather rapidly changing from a suggestion to -..SlljßTv- .11 a steam reality, you will no doubt want a Fur Scarf to supple- TOVk fogfl ment the warmth provided by your suit or coat. flqflwn We are quite certain that you prefer the Fur piece that adds to the modishness of your costume as well as to your comfort, 1 SteS <£m and we are offering a collection of styles that will at once meet iw* vff ijjjffl * ?rom t^ie standpoint of quality and style they are without I Coats and Coatees of Fur arc also pleasingly represented, ■ at prices that are extremely moderate. You will Want to Share in these Special Suit Values —after you have given them the careful personal inspection they deserve. Among them are models in tricotine, wool velour, twill and silvertone and every Suit is fashionably developed along the smartest lines for Fall and Winter. Jackets vary in length and all have rich silk linings. Taupe, brown, Navy and plum arc some of the Autumn colorings from which you may choose at $39.50 and upward. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, Second Floor A Showing of Draperies for Doorways and Windows And A Special Exhibit of Quaker Craft Laces Personality in home decoration, as in personal adornment, must be expressed through the use of designs, originality and imagination are brought into great play in selecting the right kind of trimming for doorways and windows. This Is the Week of the Quaker Craft Lace Exhibit Ouaker nets in fine mesh of small allover patterns, trimmed with lace edge. Ya ; d $1.25 to $1.50 Quaker nets in white and ecru allover patterns. Yard $1.75 Mercerized madras, 50 inches wide. Yard $1.75 Repp and tapestry for upholstery uses. Yard $1.50 and $1.75 Cretonne in many beautiful colorings and patterns including double and single panels. Yard, 500 to 75c Quaker nets in plain square mesh, scrolls and dainty figures; in white and ecru. Yard _ • ' ''^? c Plain voile with colored border and flat hemmed edge; hi corn and white. Yard. ...... .50c and 75c Plain scrim and marquisette in ecru and white, with selvedge edge; 36-inchcs wide. Yard 39c and 50e 48 Inches wide. Yard •••• Velvcnet, the new weave in square mesh and open work; figured all over damty colors hi combinations of blue, rose and gold and dark mixtures. Yard, ••• • • 51K ' Scotch madras in cream grounds with small patterns through a center of colored figures; rose, green, blue and gold. Y'ard • • Scotch madras hi cream grounds with small patterned edge or plain selvedge; very durable and easily laundered. Yard 50c Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart —Third Floor Tomorrow: First of the Thursday Remnant Days Colored and Black Dress Weaves in Desirable Lengths Beginning tomorrow the Thursday Remnant Days, interrupted by the Summer months, will be resumed. Scores of colored and black goods will be offered at savings ranging from 10 to 40 per cent. Included will be serges, poplins, plaids, broadcloths and coatings. Colored Dress Patterns Lengths From I*4 to 5 yards 3 1-8 yards navy serge; 40 inches wide. Thursday only, yard *3.89 414 yards navy serge; 40 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 3 yards plum serge; 54 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 37.0t 3 0 yards French serge; 43 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 37.50 414 yards brown serge; 51 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 39"5 3 yards Copen poplin; 38 inches wide. Thursday only, yard 34.39 414 yards navy serge; 36 inches wide. Thursday only, yard 33-"-> 4 3-8 yards grey serge; 42 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 34.9.> 1% yards mixed suiting; 64 inches wide. Thursday only, yard 3|>-69 2<4 yards plaid skirting; 42 inches wide. Thursday only, yard *3.69 3% "yards Copen San toy; 42 inches wide. Thursday only, yard sj.so 3 yards grey .Jersey cloth; 54 inches wide. Tliurday only, yard $9.75 Black Dress Goods 2 yards gabardine; 54 lnche-j wide. Thursday only, yard 3 yards French serge; 43 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard 30.80 3 5-8 yards men's serge; 54 Inches wide. Thursday only, yard $6.9.> 2 14 yards poplin; 41 inches wide. Thursday only, yard W.M 3 yards poplin; 43 inches wide. Thursday only, yard 3®.95 3i/ f yards diagonal serge; 42 inches wide. Thursday only, yard •" 83.95 4 3-8 yards sand crepe; 42 inches wide. Thursday only, yard 39.75 414 yards costume serge; 51 inches wide. Thursday only, yard $10.60 4 1-3 yards poplin; 40 inches wide, Thursday only, yard $6.75 414 yards costume serge; 54 inches wide. Thursday only, ynril $7.90 414 yards French serge; 54 inches wide. Thursday only, yard $13.50 4 yards storm serge; 42 Inches wide. Thursday only, ynnl $3.95 Dives, Poineroy and Stewart—Street Floor OCTOBER 8, 1919.