The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 10, 1914 · Page 5
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 5

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, July 10, 1914
Page 5
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_.«ay Evening, July 10, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W S P O R T S Outsiders Except Morrisonville are Eliminated. BUSHER AND MILLER In Finals--Haines is Reelected President. Decatur is one of the strongest con- 1-nders in both singles and doublei in tin Central Illinois Tennis tournament t h i s ^ear. CnrlK Busher, Millikln s rr... k net pltier f o u g h t an up-hill bat- «le t h r o u g h the whole tournament and ^ 11 meet Phil Miller, also of Decatur, ;or the f i n a l honors in singles on Sat- nn!c*\ a f t e r n o o n Busher has had to meet the strong- put m«-n In the tournament diawine; O.itier of Morrisons Hie for the f'rst j u f h «nd defeating him In two out ·if three sots He also met and de- fratcil \t.innlng of Morrisonville -nho nap 1 ioked on as ft strong contender loi t h " x l n g l r s v ttON THBBEi MATCHES Busher placed three K-treatlonal matches Thursdaj. defeating -Bcnus of Tifcatur, S-2. 0-J, «-l Bonus was ..serrome b v the heat near the end of ne la--t match and had to bp carried into the club house Buslicr t h e n defeat's Vanning, the \ c U r a n from ·Morrisons Hie. 6-J, fi-4 In the afternoon he met De\ of Mnrnsom llle in t h e semi-finals, defeating him. 3-6, 4-4. «-3 Relgel of Pforla d c f e i t e d Ti\ lor of Hement 6-2 6-1 Miller of Decatur ·lowmd Relgel 6-2. 6-1 Main of Reit , r l e points In his match w i t h Mllle- v prf lost by serving douhles Most of the games were closely tontested MATCHES IN DOUBLES Three exceptionally strong matches li d o u h K s were btaged Thursdav M i n n i n g and Bodman of MorrtsonUlle defeated Camp and Taslor «f Bement, fi-; fi-S One of the be«t matches in doubles in the tournament was wlt- Jics«eci Thnrs'lTV when M a n n i n g and Bodman the i c t i r n n s m t h t game, met Oauor and Df\ The Kaine w a s hotly · 0-itested but the Mjunger men were loo fan for the older team The imtch f m H h e d 6-1 6-4 6-3 for Gauer · nd Dej Miller and Hainns the local contend- p i n for the title In doubles defeated dams and Odor, also Decatur men, 1, 6-4 The match was rather Blow and was won without any apparent effort on the part of Miller and Haines HERB NEXT TEAR. In the annual meeting of the Central Illinois Tennis association, Decatur received the tournament for the fourth consecutive year, and Harry Haines of Decatup- was re-elected president of the association H W Wiley w a s elected secretary The association also voted to throw the tournament open to plai erg from any part of the slate Formerly only players outside of Cook county could compete The f i n a l match in doubles w i l l be plaved t h i s afternoon at 2 30 between Miller and Haines of Decatur and Gauel and De\ of Morrisonv ille The match w i l l w i t h o u t o doubt be a hotly contested one and a large crowd is expected to be present The final match in the singles will not he pla\ed until Saturdav afternoon on account of an Injury to Busher B foot There will be no admission charged to an\ of the games and th«= cuih management Invites the publu. to attend. --(Si SPORT STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD -as Ronlanrt Makes Promise. Prloi to their departure for D a v e n port R o w l a n d called the team together and promised them that if they w o n i w o cut of three at D a v e n p o r t and a similar n u m b e i at D u b u q u e he would take the entire team into Chicago for the Giants-Cub game on J u l \ 15 an off d a j in the Three-I league The c l u b gave t h i e e whoops and a tige' for Manager Clarence and assured h i m he w o u l d certamlv be called upon to f u l f i l l his promise ENGLISH HAVE LIFTING HABIT St tbuls Post : No, Priscilla. Willie Rltohia Isn t champion Any more. For he leJt the Lishtweight title On a hostile, Foreign shore. In his home town He's a devil, But he went Across the sea, Where he wasn't "Well acquainted With the British Referee Johnnv Buil was Lately measured For a suit of Winning clothes: Then he came-he-e and Swiped our polo rup from under- Neath our nose When thej want a Thing they grab It On our cups they Slmpl\ dote The\ h a \ e g o t the Lifting habit So they lifted W i l l i e s goat LATHAM TEAM WANTS A GAME \lant to Trade Delos Brown? Bloomington P a n t a g i a p h -- D e c a t u r has offere-i Peona Delos Brown, the collegian to succeed Manej Rowland preferred Berkel but De«atui will not part with the latter May Fight Rock Inland. It is not likely that the Three-I m a g n i t e s will stand idly CA and see the Central association pla«e a team i n Rock Island Manager Rowland *t-ued that- he would go into confer- t n o e T^ith Jim Ha^es the Daienport n ogul rega'-ding the matter immedi- i\e\\ upon his a i r n a l in Davenport Rowland helieies that the Three-I h . g u e should make e\ er\ effort to r c t i i n Rock Island u l t h its temtois nd f u r t h e i advocates that Rock Island be made a p a i t of the circuit next ear It may be inferred from this that Rowland w o u l d like to see D a n t i l l e dropped out of the leagn* 1 and Potk Island taken in The Latham team is Tooking for a game for Sundav with any strong cen tiai Illinois aggregation The Lrfitham management is much put out over the aotlon of Manager Dombroskl of the Decatur Monarchs because -ihe Monarchs were booked to plav there Sun- oav but on about Wednesday of this week, cancelled to take a game with Ashland Anv team wanting to plaj at Latham next Sunday should get into communication with the Latham management at once ARGENTA TEAM , DEFEATS MAROA Crlpe, \lKltlnK Pitcher, H«rl« a Great Game. Maroa Julv in --The Argenta team defeated Maioa. here Thursdav afternoon at the booster dav game score 5 to 3 Cripe the visiting twlrler pitched a great game and hut for errors behind him would have allowed but one i un The score ^ Maroa . - · "° 02n 10 °--^ A.rgenta 100 102 010--n Batteries--Maroa Ellison R e d m a n and Cramer,. Argenta Cripe and Troxell. ^ More Orioles Sold. Boston Mass, J u l v 1"--President lames J Lannin of the Boston Amer- u a n league baseball team announced T h u r s d a v t h a t he hart purchased Pitchers R u t h and Shore from the Baltimore club of the International league Catcher Egran also was included In the deal Lannin said the three plavers repiesented an outlay of more than $2i OOP bv the Bostoji club THE POWER OLLARS If there's any difference between handing a man $5.05 and selling him one of our new handsonie $20 Suits-- that are cheap at $20-- for $14.95, we fail to see it. That's what we're doing here, these days, handing back money on every sale we make. Its the Power of Dollars. Its our mid-Summer Clearing Sale and every buyer receives a benefit. Are You Getting Your Share? If you are not, the fault is yours and not ours; come see the crowd of pleased buyers. and note the Power of Dollars. $10 Men's Suits $ 7.45 $12 Men's Suits ^ $ 8.95 $15 Men's Suits $10.95 $18 Men's Suits. *....,....,,. i. .$13.95 $20 Men's Suits $14.95 $22 Men's Suits $16:95 $25 Men's Suits ,..., $18.95 $28 Men's Suits... .^.- $21.95 $30 Men's Suits $23.95 $ 3.00 Boys' Suits $2.35 $ 3.50 Boys' Suits $2.75 $ 4.00 Boys' Suits $3.15 $ 4.50 Boys' Suits $3.55 $ 5.00 Boys' Suits $3.95 $ 6.00 Boys' Suits $4.75 $ 7.00 Boys' Suits $5.55 $ 8.00 Boys' Suits $6.15 $10.00 Boys' Suits $7.95 'Men's Trousers, 20^ discount. Blue Serge Suits 20% off. Straw Hats one-third off. Small lot Yoimg Men's two-piece Suits, values up to $18, sizes 34 to 38, to close, $6.50. This merchandise is all from our own stick and not bought for clearing sale purposes. , \ 240 North W.ater Street. Citizens Bank Building. Friday and Saturday Will Be Busy Days At Our First July Clearance Sale WE SAID THAT THE NEWS OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE WOULD BE WELCOMED BY HUNDREDS OF DECATUR WOMEN AND JUDGING BY THE WAY THEY CAME AND SOUGHT WE KNOW THAT THE VALUES OF 7ERED WERE REALLY GREAT BARGAINS. WE ARE OFFERING AGAIN FOR FRIDAY AND' SATURDAY MORE OF THESE SAME BARGAINS AND YOU'LL FIND OUR ASSORT MENTS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE. COME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND JOIN THE EAGER BUYERS WHO WILL TA??S il- TAGE OF THESE PRICES. NEW SUMMER DRESSES Summer drebes, made of fine lawns, striped, in black and white, blue and white and lilac and white, made in the very fashionable tunic styles; collar and cuffs made of white organdy, velvet belt and silk cord and tassel around neck; these regular $5.00 values; during are this sale we will sell them at $2.98 Black Japanese silk dresses, made in the new long tunic styles, guaranteed waterproof and perspiration proof. They are regular $10.00 and $12.00 values; for this sale"we have marked them $6.98 and Linen dresses, in white, new shade of green, tans and blue; these are regular $10.98 and $12.98 values, for this sale we ha* i marked them at one price; now $7.98 150 new dresses, made of lawn, nev. tunic effects and pepluni styles., they are regular Qftf* $1.50 values, now t/OC WAISTS The greatest bargains ever ·shown in this city, are the manufacturer's sample line of ladies' lingerie blouses, now on sale in our store. They are actually marked half and some are marked less than half regular value. Get your share of the bargains before it is too late. 5 dozen niiddj blouses, regular $1.00 value, 49 C now 10 dozen new middy blouses, all new, up-to-date styles; regular $1.50 98C values, how t/UV HOUSE DRESSES Coat dresses. We want to especially call your attention to this new dress. Unbuttons to the floor in front. A convenience recognized at once, as it means no more disordered hair caused by putting skirt over the head. You put on same as you put on your coal. Regular $1.50 value, now ... 98c Odds and ends in corsets. Regular 75c and 4-'if $1.00 corsets now. .*«'v One lot of corsets in the better makes; worth up "to $2.50, now 6 dozen dresses made of gingham and percale; regular ?1.00 values, now 5 dozen dresses, gingham and percales, odds and ends of regular $1.00 dresses; to close them out we have marked them 50c Muslin Underwear 10 dozen muslin, nainsook and cambric night dresses, embroidery and lace trimmed; regular 75c values, now ................. Corset covers, new styles, lace and embroidery trimmed; 50c values, now s Ladies' cambric drawers, trimmed in lace and 'embroidery, now .......................... One lot of brassieres, embroidery trimmed; 50c values, now ....... Ladies' white muslin petticoats, double panel; 75c value, now ..... Silk Messaline Petticoats Regular $2.50 value, $1.49 Bungalow Aprons Now for another rousing sale of bungalow aprons --every woman knows the advantage' of these and we have a lot which we will close out, regular 50c values now 29c White pique separate skirts, made in tne $1.25 new tunic styles; regular $2.00 value, now. .^. White ratine and linen skirts in tunic * style; regular value $3.00, now. ."SPA.T'FTU $1.98

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