The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 13, 1914 · Page 4
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 4

Decatur, Illinois
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Monday, July 13, 1914
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T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Monday Evening, July 18, 191* GREAT TO BE UMPIRE IN THREE-I LEAGUE TME-I PIKER "FIND" OF Faber Pitching Great for White Sox. And Twirled Before King of England. Ball mstead of pop bottle*, cushions and other articles common to lots where the national pastime la player, created much amusement, especially with th« fair fannettes who tee-heed and then tee-heed some more white the masculine sender hah-hahed and shouted, the I , lub. Crabb went fo the Philadelphia A t h l f t l o from Davenport and was s h i p p e d by Connie Mack to Los Ange- I«B Lnur he went tu the Oakland. Cal., icum u n j was recently released. Then h« h o o k r j up with Omaha. , Derilcnte FW« fol*. The n*s pol« presenti-d to Dubuque , «'h»rl*s Comlskey will be dedicated n M i t i n . l . i v , Aug. 1. There Is no ob- j . - i t l o n to Dubuque having s. Hag pole I ,n n n t l n M l l * l urc they going to hanB j ' m I I ' i ! Straus;* About" Harper. ^r.. n..r. T Q i n i Central league batting averages show MADE WORLD'S T R I P 1 , , , . , B111 H .ip.r !»· made .Ix hit. in | , l x K anu-. nnd stands third the league \ I t h a .«'8 average. Bill never dared ' h i t like that hero McNocly, who was w i t h Musro,Un« for a time, hit .314. Judo the former Dubuque outfielder, t h i t t i n g add. while McGlnde, the Der a u i r boy. Is h i t t i n g .204. There Is H - n n i-mirs butting .261, and a Sweet .minis next with a .263 average OhllB Bol«f It IK reported Danville has sold Out, Irr George Ohlln to Muscatlne. Alcoholic Name, P i v o n p o r l Times.--Qulncy hae signed pitcher named Bierman. Peorla will . h i h l v rtraft him That'* What They All Say. i.'ulncv lui «l«o slKnort a pitcher. ' M ,,ni. ii-imo t h e y rton t know. All they , .,nw a b o u t h i m Is Hint he Is the beet i Itcher on any of the 600 teams play- ,nar on the Chlcaso prairies. Arthur Wilson Hits Homer. A r t h u r Wilson hit another home run 'or tho Chicago FerteralB Sunday and cored M s n n g o r Tinker utiead of him. His h i t lied the score with Indlanap- i!s nnd Chicago won out in the thlr- t r c n t h l.»c» lUntiuerlnic Drill. Mn-i Bloomlngton h n s sold Lucas to I ,.orli, h» has I.e. 11 h n m m e r l n g the I lull H l » h l t t l n s his h"lped the ris- I t i l l e r s « l n "· !"»' t w o B 1 "" 08 - There ' m u s t be nome J l n t on - fellow when to B l n o m l n i t t o n . «rrk o K*«w»r Claim. \ V i l t . r P a r k . i . n plti-her. relca«»d \ \\ i M ' l f l i l . his b i o j g n t action In a 1,1 u o l o i i r t t o lecovor a claim which i l t s d l l o n t d by tho national com:M ParkiT failed to K«'t Into con- .n K l \ e n t h o pink Blip, ·itl nnw he believes hi has a month's la,--They pullei off an -Umpire Day" down at the city-owned bull yard Friday afternoon and showered Frank Donnelly, the cream of Tearney's umpire staff, with everything from a bouquet of carnations and roses to a shaving outfit Incidentally the Hustlers slipped another w i n over on Bloomlngtoa by the score of 2 to 1. ENTER, MR. DONUELLY. Promptly at «:1B his royal nibs, the umpire, was wheeled onto the diamond from behind the grandstand In an Invalid's chair by a couple ot husky Hustlers. Donnelly had all th« ear marks of a Spanish Peon after an encounter with a bunch of Huerta's guerillas He wore on hi* nose a huge pair of tin goggles and a sign bearing the" words, "I am blind," was attached to hlo starboarv! side. He also wore huge grin In anticipation of the Santa Claus program about to be carried out HAULED GIFTS. The "umps" was wheeled to the home plate and the Bloomington players were given the high sign to form a triangular wedge In the vicinity of ths chair. Then the~~Hustlers started toting gifts from their bench to the fortunate Mr. Donnelly. Joey Evers started off with a box ot New York specials and the remainder of the Hustlers took their turns in their regular batting order. There w a s an umbrella, a. thermos bottle, a couple of passionate neckties, a pair o£ galluses, a sweater coat, a razor Etrop, shaving mug and brush, a lot cf other things we oouldn't see and big bunch of flowers. EVBRYEODT WAS HAPPY. unusual panorama of "Pretty soft for you, you take for the Job.' Frank. Wot'll . The score of the game follows: R.H. E. Decatur ____ 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 x-- 5 8 « Lincoln ____ 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3--4 S 3 Batteries -- Sutherford and D. Cope: P. Davey «nd B. Davey. r TOP JE LEtt Close Game is Taken from the Lincoln Club. By defeating the Lincoln Moose on Sunday, the Decatur Mooae team again takes the lead in the league race. Th» score Sunday was 5 to 4 but was almost changed in the last frame, when Lincoln staged a desperate batting, rally, which barely fell short. Before the game, the players of both^teanw en- .owing were the winners: Fungo hitting-- Demmon, Deeatur. Circling bases -- Houck, Decatur. Running; to" first-- Schwelnbold, De. Accurate throwing-- Williams, Lin- Annual Trip for Encampment on Aug. 23. Captain Roy Riggs and member* of company L, Fifth infantry, Illinois National guard, will leave on Sunday morning, Aug. 2. for Springfield, whera pill srend the day shooting on he range at Camp LJncoIn. The com« pany contains a nfimber of expert riflemen and they are hopeful of ttlll further Improving their standing oa the range during this trip. The company will make l*s annual trip to Camp Lincoln on 'Aug. 23. for a week's encampment with the Fifth. Company L now contains a totttl of !orty-four officers and enlisted men and is in the best of condition. FEDERALS BEATEN AT BLUE MOUND The Decatur Federals were defeated at Blue Mound Sunday In a close game, 3 to 2. Htse, a pitcher from Stoning. ton, whiffed twelve ot the Decatur players. The score: E. H E, Federals . . . , 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0--2 3 t Blue Mound 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 x--3 6 I Batteries--Swisher and Hawk; Hise and Bea'd. F»lrvlew Arrests. Charles Miller and Elsie Wright wero arrested Sunday evening for disorderly, conduct In Falrview park. They pleaded guilty and-Justice Glle fined eacli J12.30. GOING Before You Go-- Check the List Don't take chances on finding just what you want away from home. The best plan when you start on your outing is to take along the things you're likely to need. No matter where you go to the country, to the lakes, to any of the large cities, or out on a t1» 'I t h i n fit 1 -' )·' r . 1] , i on* ·m I ' " i r 11! 8 In" rin 1 ' r t - n f ,,' T» i r ,. f i »m 11 i R i « . II « , i . n i ···· hn r , i ,i i h i t i n, t r ^ " l | i r In h i n t M '" "' ; I i I if. i t «"IH , r n t ' " r t U K H f l ' . Spiro Powder Just a little SPIRO POWDER applied after the bath gives one such a comforting sense of cleanliness--free from perspiration odors all day. It makes your feet feel fine, especial!v when on them long hours or wearing tight shoes; and does away with chafing, prickly heat and such annoyances. Don't you wish to be comfortable?T!se SPIRO POWDER. 25c metal box with shaker top, our price... gOOO.S ana me low yucca we HUULG an a" nm.--. .. ·-., ---- ~~ ting these goods here? We're headquarters for helpful Summer Vacation Goods---A Few Suggestions 20c * t" i -, i ' t o r n t l v SPORT STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD h.. r ( rnliti VI ltd .,, ,, e n - I ' · · n u h i « » » t ' ague No Game Sunday at Quincy --Other Conte»ts. The Commodorrs and Qulncv could not I ' l l - ^ u n d n \ biCiUDe of a h e a \ y - n l n % u t fie K»'i'e was scheduled f o r v u l n ·· ami not In Decatur. The 'oral ,.h w . i u l r t lie K'nil to l u s t ona day for ,, ,r,,l m i l w l . l l p Q l l n e y would l i k e (n lone a n t n for a Sunday game be,, i*. n e x t v,'edn*sila Is pay dav. PLATED DO' - BLB BILL ri i n p o r t and B l o o m i n g t o n pla cd T. 'r .v,i,i, c ad«r f - u n d a j one of these J ! k i n t tho p!a-o of the Kame schefl- ' u l t d ('·· Tii.sJ.iy T h a t will give these t c a m m o divs o'.t in n row. Wednes- i!aj iiay ilv- m the league "·nrlpp:"'!d nnrt PanvilU are not play- I n s M"-diiv n ' t » r n o o n . but will make t h i s t h ^ l r holidav I r s t u d of next YVtdncsflay. n« that dav if the half hol- i d a y In S p r l n K f l e l d and furnished bet- t u r opportunity t o g^t a good crowd | Hay's Hair Health Why Have Grey or Faded Hair That Makes You Look Old? Whs- lose your good looks that Great Shirt Sale! RIGHT in th* m:d?t of the Negligee Shirt season we're going to givp you a regular shirt benefit. We've the best Shirts ma de--the best shirts the best best makers could make from the best shirting?, but this is our clean-up time and we're going to FORCE THE SALE OF THE STOCK We're going to do it by offering such good Shirts at such low prices that every man who wears Shirts will be tempted"" to buy all the Shirts he can use for some time to come. The pattern^ are the very newest and best of the season. The Shirts are cheap at the regular marked prices--but look at this--Read. | Come at Once While the Sizes are Unbroken. 81.50 and S1.75 Shirts.$1.15 $3.00 Shirts $2.35 $2.00 Shirts $1.35 $3.50 Shirts $2.65 $2.50 Shirts $1-85 50c and 75c Shirts 38c will restore your gray hairs to their natural color and beauty, almost Immediately and It will look even more beautiful than ever -- your money back if It doesn't. Get a bottle today -prove It to your own satisfaction. Ask for Health. 50c size . $1.00 size . Hay's Hair 40c 75c 240 North Water Street. DODGE Corn Cure IT GETS THB CORN HAS WBVBR FAILED Heally cures Hard. *na Soft Corns, CaJlouses, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Warts. Applied In two seconds. No Pain--No Danger Never has been a Corn Cure to equal it. Does the work speedily, and If not Just as we advertise, we Pay the Money Back. Th» only Corn M«41clne Bear- Ing Union Label, 25c size Toilet Soaps. Take along on your trip your favorite soap. We handle all the popular brands. Colgate's, Kirk's, Jergen's, and oth ers. 5c cakes, 6 for A splendid line of IOc toilet soaps, including genuine Castile, Jap Rose. Peroxide Bath, Colgate's English Palm, and others, 3 cakes Scott's Tissue Towels. A genuine toilet necessity. Handy, economical, clean. You'll like the nifty sealed Tourists' Package of sanitary products; contains 6 soft, clean, white Scot- Tissue" towels, 1 Scott Sani-Komb, 1 clean, white wash cloth. 1 portion of soap and 1 sanitary drinking cup. 11IP All for - LVt ' Colgate's Week End Comforts. Just the thing for the short trip. A combination package, containing a small bottle Colgate's Violet Toilet Water, a small can talcum powder, a cake of Cashmere Bouquet soap and a small tube of Colgate's Dental 9nsi*» Cream. All for *****, Stationery. Take along plenty of writing paper. We have a splendid selection of box paper with envelopes to match. Tablets of all kinds. Popular prices IOc and up. Combs and Brushes. A big assortment of combs in rubber, horn and dressing combs in white or black, IOc to $1.00. All kinds of hair brushes, 25c to $2.00. Tooth Brushes, IOc to 50c. Clothes Brushes, Nail Brushes, Bath Brushes, etc., at popular prices. Drinking Cups. A handy collapsible aluminum cup at Leather Novelties. Big line of card cases, wallets and purses, 50c and up. See the traveling sets, stationery 7K p CO fill sets, in leather I Ot to *J£.UU Thermos Bottles, Carafes and Lunch Kits. Newest models--a large line of d»1 A A genuine Thermos goods, up from. «P J-.VtF Fountain Pens, largest line in the city. We feature the Parker Self-Filler, Parker Jack Knife Safety, Parker Lucky Curve, and the new popular Shaeffer Self-Filler. A splendid line of pens to meet fl»"i individual tastes; up from »4J J.. Antiseptic Solutions. Take them with you. Save money here on Peroxide of Hydrogen. Highest grade, lOc, 15c and 25c. Listerine, lOc, 20c. 40c and 75c. Dioxogen. 20c and 60c. Glyco-Thymoline, 20c, 40c and 85c. Mosquito Lotion. Zemo will relieve mosquito bites and poison ivy. 20c and 75c. We also recommend Nyal's Mosquito Lotion shaving Supplies. Here's the place to buy safety razor outfits. Gem and Ever-Ready, SSfete, $1.00. Sexto-Blade, $2i andI $3.00. I Durham-Duplex, Auto-Strop, and Gillettes out- its, $5.00. We handle extra blades. We 11 lave you money on shaving soaps, creams, jowders, talcums, toilet waters, etc. All the opular advertised brands such as Colgate s. Villiams', Sanitol, Mennen's, and others, sold it lowest cut prices. Jeadache Remedies. Have a package of good leadache remedy in your suitcase. It may ·ome in handy. Royal Headache Remedy, iOc and 25c. Davis' Headache Powders, lOc and 20c. Orangeine, IOc, 20c and 40c. Big line of similar remedies. Mothersill's Seasick Remedy. A positive relief in all cases of seasickness, train sickness, and nausea caused by motion, climbing, etc. A boon to all sufferers from sickness of this kind. Two sizes, 40c and Preparations for Sunburn, Tan. Etc. We have your favorite toilet preparations on sale at cut prices. All the advertised reliable preparations, Palm Olive Cream, Kosmeo Cerate, Sempre-Giovirie, L'Almo, Hind's Honey and Almond Cream. Berry's Freckle Ointment, Wilson's Freckle Cream, Pond's Vanishing Cream, and scores of others. 50c packages at 40c; others at 35c. Most 25c packages at 20c; lots of them at 15c. A big line of foot powders and anti-perspiration powders. Ask for them. Dentifrices of all kinds. Tooth pastes, powders or creams. Ask for your favorite, at 15c 20c or 25c. Take a fresh supply with you on your trip. Don't Throw Away Your Safety Razor Blades Bring or send them to us. We'll have them made sharp as new--oft mes better than new and the cost will be far less than new blades. All standard blades sharpened, such as Gillette, Gem. Ever-Ready. Durham- Duplex, finders, Keen Kutter, etc. All work done by Keeneflse Eleeirli' Process--every Wade stropped and sterilized. Try u» on a doien blades »nfl be convinced. Our price for this work IB only 30c a Dozen. PALMOLIVE SOAP FREE We have arranged with the B. J. Johnson Soap Co., makers of the famous PALM-OLIVE products, to supply us with a quantity of PALMOLIVE SOAP for free distribution among our customers. Present this coupon to us signed and purchase one bottle of PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO AT 39c, regular price 50c, and we will give you THREE CAKES OP PALMOLIVE SOAP FREE OF CHARGE We have only a limited supply of this soap on hand and only a short time to work the offer so DON'T DELAY bringing this coupon to us for redemption. This is your opportunity to give PALMOLIVE a trial. Name ' Address THE DECATUR DRUG CO. . dr . THE BIG D R U G S T O R E ^ H.C BURKS.Reg.Pk.Mgr, 331-333 Nor4k W.rer St " T H E M O S T O F T H E B E S T F O R T H C L E A S T " Don't Suffer With the Prickly Heat For itching of the skin and Irritations, such as chafing and Edema, try Heyer'B Prickly Heat Powder. This IE a scientifically prepared powder made particularly for this purpose. It will ootho that burning, prickly heat sen- Bation and give Instant relief. Recommended by leading druggists and physicians. Don't suffer with Prickly Heat. A 25c box of Heyer's Powder will help .you to keep comfortable even in extremely hot weather. Just rub the powder In with derful the relief it gives. Get It here for soft cloth. It's won 25e Removes Stains Gartside's Iron Rust Soap takes out grass stains and mildew. Removes Iron Rust or Ink Spots from white Cloths. It will clean and bleach straw hats. Put a thimbleful of Iron Rust Scan in your blue rinse tub on wash days- it will take the yellow cast out of white clothes. Iron Rust Soap is used by mechanics who work In lirae or cement It will remov» ink and other stair.s from the hands without Injury to the skin. Will remove ink stains Irom desks and floors quickly. Regular 25e tube on sale Catarrh Sufferers will be glad to know that there Is a remedy which affords Immediate relief. When the first symptoms appear, come in and set a tube of Adrelol Cream This is a soothing heallnff, emollient balm giving immediate relief. In Nasal Catarrh, Hay Fever, Rose Cold, etc. It's application quickly reduces the Inflammation In the air passage! and stops the congestion. A few applications repeated regularly will soon result In a complete cure. Adrelol Cream is not unpleasant to use. We're so sure It will be effective In all cases of Catarrh, that It Is sold under a positive guarantee. If It does you no good, bring back the-unused portion and money paid will be refunded. Regular 50c size on sale now at HEALTH NOTICE Clear complexion, sound sleep, good digestion, active Kidneys and Liver. Ambition, energy and great reserve strength are acquired by the use of SCHOENFELD'S KIDNEY AND LIVER TEA 2^c Red , 9Qfi paekwre fcw *

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