The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 19, 1914 · Page 9
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Sunday Morning, July 19, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Fire 1 Put the RIGHT kind of PLUMBING in your home-- I use only the best materials. My plumbing work MUST stand the test of good service. I will make you a price on any plumbing you desire before you contract for 1 he -work. It will be put m right--as modern sanitation demands If you have any original ideas they will be carried out to the minutest detail. LET ME FIGURE WITH YOU. F. W. RIEDEL PLUMBING HEATING LIGHTING 225 S. Park. Bell 4260. Auto 3283. , Schreckengost Guardian Of The Great Waddell NEW COACH AT MILLIKIX. Osaie Schreckengost greatest catchers w ho one e\ er of the donned YE BIKE SHOP "REMEMBER THE NAME" Exclusive agents for the HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES A new shop and new goods. 227 EAST ELDORADO STREET M. S. SLATER, Mgr. Bicycles, Sundries and Repairing. Keep On Smoking Decatur Hand Made Cigars There are cigars that you \vill enjoy. One of the BEST SMOKES you will e\ er find is the CIGAR Hand Made p Try It |U Today BOOTH SCOTT Manufacturers. 756 E. Eldorado St. Both Phones 1479. Anysize . . 3c Films developed lOc Correct developing insures better prints. All prints made with a wide white margin, and he absolutely flat. Work completed every day. 215 N. WATER ST. lask and windpaJ Is dtad Singularly :nough: he died in P h i l i d e l r h i a -where i? the batter-} paitner of the late Rube \ addell, he M on fame and fortune ·rly to see them fU avitn again HP HAD N01HIKG When Schreck died he "ft as poor, so oor that m a n y of his old friends ha.d ried to offer him aid but his pnde \\a s 10 gr at that he \\ould allow no one to assist him Out of the scores of thousands of dollars that Schreck received from Connie Mack, manager of the {.him p ion Athletics the one time celebiity a possessions had d w i n d l e d to nothing and when he died the ragged suit of clothes on his ba-"k v/is practically all he had His fan T\tather fnends ha-fl deserted him and tno«e who would haw rradi. his list dis easier knew not w heie to find 1 im AT C!UD\R RAPIDS ^\ hen Connie "Mack reached into the 1 ushes more thar a dpcade ago and I lucked forth Sohreok he t h o u g h t he \\j-s taking a chance b i h r e t k h i d l l a j e d at Gc Ui Rapids l i , and had a3 c o shcnvn In bu^h le i£,ue towns, but his caliber as a major leaguer \vafa o t to be determined Abo it the same time Connie decided to take a chance on 1-uhe Waddell Vi iddell \\is then Kiouri as a w o n d e r f u l pitcher but v, as so full 01 ectentneitios ind bilked. PO much at discipline that other m ijor league an inigers could not handle him R U B E S VLPSE ' Connie soon decided that Schreck \sas t*ie \ e i y man to subdu f i d tame the "U lid Hube ind placed him in ^chreck 3 chaise " \ \ i l i l t l l was a giant in height and pin b iue and h i d «i lo\ e for red liquor v, hieh %\ as almost a minia Sv.hrrck -\\ is a t\pica] German short pow erful ind ph'T^ma tic His onl\ t i r p l e in tho^e daj s TV at leer "L pon ^chrcck had dt\ oU ed the most onerous job TM Inch had c \ t _ i faU- en to the portion of a majoi l e a g u e r He was not onh the guardian of the eLtentric Rube, but hfl v. T- also 1 is nurse his bank inl his rcluge in iU ' in -which the o) the mad escapades Hube indulged BECAME V TMiFOR Lnder the t u i t i o n of ^ c h r t r k \ \ i a d e l l soon ^n" ^ h P r T ° t h r V m e r i an 'eague l usim n n hen he w is n t h i and ho u n * r j f e h t neirh all the tune for t l?e fir/ ufo or th^ee \ e ir* he -vvis p i t alK t i n h i t t a b l e Schrctk p ! a f l upon t h i MMtv of tha hie -11o» and told h i m h. « a a the gp?ite« man The hip f ! \ rtsponaed b \\orld i eitricil was ao t a oppcttcular ilprht and norrotv J niji ball v,ii u 1 hit it The in t le vorhl p i t r h i n E t h e best bull in th R u l e . - I n i e of t h i l l s -.tr ni, lint Schreck d. M. M u n i to ho 1 him in thr .,, ] th \M n V addell * u k m t rii.lt no nnn ,ani c u n u l l piocic=s i,nt n r p p o = liig tf-am i r e to h i t foi the n i m n i n p Tl en U - U U 1 1 \\ ild call in t r o t f e k l e r * and ^ h r e t k v. oul 1 "It d o w n L Inn,! th plate nd l i o l l his l i p m i t t in UIP air M T a M c l l AOII ri then proceed To f i n o it the next .hrp t batwen I m p c - t n s tills s t u n t ^ eric-d ^ h r n t h r sticks? i r s fia K ibe hid o face v.tf con"idert.d n t a r l y aluays , c t a « i j w i t h i t F V U O L S B A T i r P Y Phi adflphia and In fTtt P\ e r j to^ n In he American Icagi c «as c n ? about these r imous 1 itter-v men j i mere an no n c e m n n t th it the v.er to play n l w a ^ B inbur i an enormo is cro \ ^ a d d r l j -no.* TS mil of t u c k s on the f k l d as a T i o n k c j u n r l c r t i e ap m e l to Ero l n se w ill u h i e l i 1 e M is t c o k this appall e a» i I The eccentricities of I p i s w d F rst Schnck w to rescue him from i i me nnd carouse On shon r 1 flcl reek n i , proposition il crtw as time i b nl d upon i i , s ation alter of hK specltlt e°i U T S ^ H p p i n t ? a policeman Tfter ^ h i c h he u t u l d e M. him 1 -V hill \ o v e r t i m e s he \ \ o n l l d "Tppear o er n Uit ind ^chreek \ o I I h i \ e to go h u n l r Is of mil Tnd t nnff Iiini bTck from oni f i s h i n g re 1 r Vt am tli - time he r c s l p i t i ( T1 the vth- 1 tit ^ a n ! n c c i p t M a 1nb t n l i n e bit n t h ster ^ i L i o n rich a 1 all of th^e 0 -i«lon-i Scl rerk had to I rn - him bick Tile burle\ h a c k c t o i i; T« r-j i I to the oc taslon but ht ilso fell i n t o bid habits a n j 1 ec;an to t a k e on f rs L O N t ED FOI the Rul L T i l l TU ^r - . a t the o 1 n i \ of hi* circer he pot married H tr-] i r i pd this irk k]11in 1 is f- 1 - i, ]. u w i t i -i I i g h t t r kt r «-pne Inn p ar ! it t o i in O f hrc t ·» s] il to e\ ri it | ,n jot i tl r i^Fru IIIIR: m that f o l l o v , e ] ^ i eJc i n u r a 'ii] i cd tlu ni td p T s tint 1 i u, = f ro«.d to fol ou Tnd \ v h e n i n a i h M i r k v as l o i t e l to rtln" t h e I uh i n nc r -e j-\ Lred f r o m f l i c p o k IT ^ T\ r ( ni i 1 \ iloteriontcd a i d six n I t t n w ai, i t t tho busht?" "\\ ht n t \ r r hf n rt hl«i o d f r l t n l s h i s flm l l ujr'h « T for t i n P u r r ere I 1 ? 1 T n i u at is IK do ng" \\a = i 1 ^ "il qiie^t rii v t i il DK i tl s i^o the ] i l P fT v l fit rap l l j in l i e i l t h tl i t it « ? ^ en T! it tlu r w T* n p i r i 1 m^ ^ hr 1 hi n u p n n n i L M i t Tn ' tc 1 1 i t! i l i L h t ni iio f u r st i Mi 1 irn 11 cU 1 n o i i 1 l it m i n M o b 1 h t i f 1 h l m « i t u o cnn i ^ t b an 1 =pnt 1 ini \v \ 1 rr 1 o 1 Td t i«» 1 H of are i i t 1 1 1 i on a nncl J f m n r t I f t t l to ·- ] t u i t r jils · r i c r tt r\ pi t r * - s 1 i !!r hitintf 1 mo n f the = locns n h c r ^\ id p i t -=i nt h i " m u h f i i tiK-v - u r n Ir hr 1 \ la f t h o i r f. ar\ U*? gre^ moro«e n 1 p It n a i lun t h t en i c me v 1= i n l allv ri -ert d I To v. T) onl\ f irtv \ ? rs f ice I ut t h e Milan's Injury Not So Serious As First Thought. NEW CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT "V\ a^hington Jul\ 18--Further ej.atn- nation of CKde AFllan center fielder of the "tt Tshlnffton ATnerlcano todas disclosed tint hit i n j u r i e s W G I O not ''o r ious MiHii crashed int D n n n v "Moel'er going i f t t r a f)s h i l l \ e f a U r \ nnd chipped ] is IOM ^r LT\ I o n * He "ivill be back in the g"ime in a about a ·ut.ek, it le expected ITandv. Sirs Knlcker -- I suppose \ :ni ve missed \ o u r husband terribly emce he s been iv i\ 7 JIrs Bocker-- Oh drt.id"um He mikes such a, splt-ndid fourth at HERE'S BEST TENNIS PLAYER IN WORLD \VILDIJtG. .Anthony F Wilding arrn ed at New lork Thuisday to tike part in the in teinational tennis matches with Canada for the Davis cup lie is the holder of three wor]d s championships He n a s born at Chnst Church Nei\ Zealand in 1883, and learned to be a t n ·iis plax-r from his father HH uon the hamlicap singles in Pse\\ Zealand ·when he "was only sixteen years old and later the freshmen s tournament at Cambridge and he pla\ed for Cambridge twice against Oxford ...i.. FRFDDIE 1VTI SJI. Freddie Welsh the ni_w lightweight champion He defeited "tt ilhe Ritchie on points /i\ I^ondon in a 20-round con- tft Ullv 7 Herzog Leads Base Stealers --Other Averages. Chicago TuK 1* --Bpal« Herder Philadelphia u i t h an a\e age of ?io ig leading the batters of thf N i t l o n a l 1 igu e according to fi^urts pubH^cil h r - p tnda\ Next ·omos Grant of Noir York TI Rh ^7 E Burns P h i l a d c l p ) ia ^2" DT i 322 Humntell B r o n k l v n T'A G Burns Iscw Ion 110 I Ivn 'iQS E r o o k K n w i t h 2f ^ nnd \, f" lend in ciuh h i t t i n g HcrznR: « f t h M 1 T Is in Amonp th« j l t f h r*. MT ln«; and Tour d p f n t c \ i t e ] = w i t h 6 inil 2, "Vaup n Chicij.o r i n k highest n B r o o k h n M\ers, 1J7 1 crt Brook- ^^ York with f i l m bases 1 ^ on with r Brookhn h 0 and 4, BAKJ-P Tl ^T BFHIND COBB Cnbh Detro t Ir^s tho A m p r i c a n I*-a w i t h *U2 Then r u* 1 ") B a k e r 1 h t l i d e "·JO Jackson r i r \ e ind i". \\ a kol i ouls 3^2 Cri« r J Detro ^ ^ Ine P h i l a d e l p h i a !' r A ^ n m t T n t t o n US ^fi!a^ ^ i ^ h l n R f t _ ^7 ^ T Boston 2^1 Mclnne 1 ? Phi! o i p j [^ Phllatlc phi a. Icide In club b t t l n c w i t h °i 1 in i Detroit and "tfT=hlngton ITL nett with ·Mr each "ifai^cl Now York leads In tolcn hascp v l t h 31 Leonard Boston \M h ] 2 Mctorip^ nd 2 defeats B o n i e r with 7 a n d ·» .' , lank PhlladelphH w i t h ft nm 2 are ton notchers In the p tching depirtnicnt. KA.LTF P r ^ 4 T N S i r * D Kauff Indiampo'ic h n p rt mined thp b n t t i n p le i T In t h e n r t i n l !r D w i t h VM and lends in stolen l i a e n n i i h Next ire IXins ^ r o o k i j n 1 C"irr I n l l a n a p o l i s ^!2 Eastcrls Km is CiU [ Cnndill St Louis U4 En 1^ P u urqh r\ V fn I S h , B ,^, t l l I I O r ?. h ,^tn ^"-To^ I J t t s h u r g h E t Col- o,:, " Chicago -J21 M u r p h BronK \ n 2 1 Pitching houor« t elonp tr Rji!: er ]j n g. I n _ d i i n p r o l i i -nlth *i ^ n 5 ; and 1 rj OBpt ; Ford B u f f a l o w i t h 12 and 4, Cranda I st Louis JO and. 4. Neal Price Looking Arouncl and Getting Acquainted. HAS A GOOD RECORD Decatur Man Knew Him At Cadillac, Mich. Neal Price. --Photo b R e m b r a n d t fctu I o A $5.00 Pair of Pants With Every Suit, Hand Tailored to Your Measure. --Made to \ r t i r I n d n i U i i l tastes of the season s latest woolene Every suit !s tailored to o u r order an pattern anj stUe T.OU select, and a $5 00 pair of pants Included free Remember from Saturdav, Juls IS to August 1st The free e\tra Troupers ^111 be tailored to o u r measure -anv st*Ie sou care to ^"lect onl\ remenil LT they are free A pair of {5 00 pints with e-verj suit to order A suit tailored to your order, to x o u r indlUdual measure, all the well k n o w n w e a v e s in all colot ngs and a $5 OQ pair o" pants Included for $16 50 Come in and take o u r choice Wllks the tailor, first door north of Empress Tl eatre -- Neal Price, the new coach and Instructor of athletics at the James Mil- ikln university, "was in Decatur Saturday Interviewing President Fellows and looking: over the field He visited the J M U Siturday morning and was shown throuirh the buildings B A Benson, of t h i « cits who formerly lived in Cadillac M i c h , knew Mr Price through his pon, Edward Benson who attended the Cadillac High school w h i l e Mr Price was athletic coach there Both Mr, Benson and his son spoke in the highest terms of Price and his work WAS WELL, LIKED "Mr Price taught history and economics at the Cadilla- High school as well as being in charge of the athletics said Mr Benson "He was well liked by both the students and faculty there and commanded the respect of both He was %er successful In his athletic work, dev eloping- first-class teams out of some v e r y raw material. The baseball and football teams only missed the championship by a very narrow margins IS HAP.D 1TOP.KCR. 'Mr Price is quiet and unassuming ' said Mi Bcn=on "but a very pleasing persona'itv and is a hard worke** He believes in a square deal and will not show f a v o r i t i s m I believe that thero s no doubt but that he w i l l make good here at Millikm He Is a man who gets results \LL-AROIjND ATHLETE Price went to the Cadillac High school f i o m Olivet college. Olivet, Mich , where he received his A B degree m 912 He was a star all-'round athiete n Olivet being captain of the baseball and football squads and also playing: basket bill He is now taking the summer coirhmg course at the Unl- orsitv of Illinois under George Huff Morning IT" · __ 1X7E Start Our Twice-Yean) ^ * Clearance of all our remaining stock of $1.50 and $2 shirts at If you have ever followed similar events at this store, you know what this announcement means. Safe Starts Wednesday Morning Plum THE CLOTHES'SHOP' 'Correct Apparel for 48 b _ j Ji7 in. "Water St. To The Home Builder ·aid like to If you are building a home or are figuring on doing !-· talk to you about the electrical fixtures and installation wm * A home is built for comfort and conveniences--and anything that will increase that comfort and enjoyment should receive your earnest attention. Good lighting fixtures are most important in the home. It does not pay to install inferior fixtures nor to have it done in a slip-shod way. "We will be glad to assist you in selecting fixtures that will harmonize in color and with other furnishings of the home. That is our business and it will cost you nothing to get our best suggestions. STEP IN MONDAY AND LET US CONFER ,WITH YOU Rex Electric Co. Both Phones 1321. 328 N. Main St. nFWSPAPFRI

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