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REDUCE YOUR COST OF LIVING
THE FAIR is the reliable store that keeps
up the quality of its merchandise no matter
how iow it cuts the prices.
GROCERIES, MEATS AND FISH
WW? and Reels
Harness and Saddles
SUta,Adamf and Dearborn Sl. Phono
Chicago Established 1875
Tempting Things to Eat
Picnic Outing Informal lunches.
Men buy them we help with sug
gestions. We pack so that they
make your mouth water when the
package is opened.
The Tebbetts & Garland Store
16-18 N. Michigan Ave. Rand. 7000
Goodrich Transit Company
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Continuous Round Trip, McnW and Berth
TO MILWAUKEE Stf- $1.25 SB $2.25 W
$1.50 Excursion Daily
TO MICHIGAN CITY $1.30 Excursion Daily
Docks Foot of Michigan Boulevard
CITY TICKET OFFICE: 104 SOUTH CLARK STREET
Electric Lighting Supplies
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CARBONS CORDS BRUSHES
SOCKETS SWITCHES MOTORS
fcj Double Service
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Hardware and Tools
Hats and Caps
Incubators mid Drooders
Jewelry and Slhcrwaro
Nets and Seines
Pipes and Smokers' Articles
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs
Tents and Awnings
Trunks and Suit Cases
Uacliango J Mali Orders Filled
by E.J. Lehmann
St II fill
fits any of your present sockets,
and makes room for an electrical
home appliance, and a lamp at
the same time. You need a Two
Way Plug in every room.
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JOHN EVERS SLATED TO REPLACE
M'GRAW AS MANAGER OF GIANTS
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John Evens Manager John McGraw Christy Mathewson
Christy Mnthowsoii, who iiinilo his
tory us "Hlg Six" of llio Giants, who
loft tlic nmiiiigeinont of Hie Chiiinnntl
Hods to outer the iirmy mill generally
supposed to ho the no.t lender of the
Glnnts, will wrlto "Finis" In his luce,
hull hoot; nt tin- eloso of t tis season,
nccordlntr to icports.
Tho hlg pitcher whose iiiinie Is link
od with some of tho bilghtost chapters
of lmchall during tho lust dorado Is
to dovoto his nttoiitlou to prlvntu busi
ness next your, his frloirls say.
McGraw Shows Gratitude.
John MeUniw, iniinngor of tho
Glnnts, who bus shown his grntlttido
to tlio "old guard" of tl.o club by
wrecking his chances for u pennant
rather tlinn cast out tho veterans
that miido tho club tho host paying In
vestment hi hiiKubull, hud selected
Matty ns the tiiun to tuke liol(l of tho
PINCH HITTERS GOOD
WHEN RISK IS GREAT
Manager Cravath'o Feat In Knocking
Home Run Against New York
Giants Brings Up Other Suc
"Onvvy Crnvnth'S recent font In
knocking n home run while uctltiK as a
pinch hitter iicnlnst tho Now York
Gluiits," suys lluchey I'ullorton, "ro
culls to mind some plnchdilttlng feats
that required tho ureatest kind of cour-
"I remember ono time when Harry
I.uuilcy, inuiiuRer of tho Ilrookljn
Manager Gavvy Cravath.
team, was Iii.nIuk lf ullli a hud Iok.
Ills ti-iini miiile u lute rnlly knocking
a Oh .-ii.' pitcher oif the blah, ami Chi
cai,' ailed oil Helllhuch to sae the
dllj Olio Of Illnnkl.WlV host hitters
wax up but I.umley tiHik hlni out and
llui i: up to the plate, ami niiiuhIiimI a
i mi oer the il'ht Held i'o:ice,
-' llie KUIIle.
ie limy ho miiiio psjolinloKh'iil
fur pliul. hitters succeeding
the rihU Is ureiiteM. Hut the
-I Itistanee ut' pinch hlttllu; I
aw happened hi ItiMnii, when
Lake with mauaul-i the team.
i Son wore uiiIIIiik. needing u
bit l i ie. (.'ui'rlh'illl, u leallj Kl'OUt 111 t
tn ".m ut bat, when l.ul.e suddenly
ton' 'nnlL'an out and sent Dnuolnie t'
: him. The move win. ustouiiillUK.
mi iiorn ut 1 1 wus cln-e to a .:()()
-iixl duiutiiiuiM I'l u pint. 1:. Dun
mis luck. to hit .'Jir. Vet Dun
nuked a hit ihiwii the third Iuim)
nil won the piliie.
iir Lake cnlnil. remurked: '1
. hillK.li. It iiiino to me like u
I know it loukeil ciarj hilt II
YALE'S H0USAT0NIC COURSE
Excellent Stretch of Water Afforded
'or Three Miles and With One
Bend for Four,
Vic's llouMitnnle coin so t Deih,
C'oi i , affords an excellent stretch of
wiiii: for thioe miles and with om
bond for four miles. It bus been nilnpt
od nt. the olllchil coin so lor VnleV
home rates, aiid Peiin will compote
there ngulnsi the Hhie next Ulster
tide Tho Hluo bus won ton out of Ut
dual races from tiu Hod and Hluo van
reins wiion lie leaves, It was believed.
Matty fulled with the Cincinnati
Hods, hut Mciiruw tool; l.lm Imek ami
pliiniii'd to kKo hlin IiIh chance with
tin; team that he tool; u major part In
However. It seeinoil Unit Matty
lacked the HkIiIIuk itiiilltles, tho tem
perament that bus always been cluir
nctoilsllc of ii fllant lender.
When Johnny Kvors, tl.o Ilory Tro
jan, was slKiied up by tho Ci hints ns
conch, MeOraw uiinouneed, dosplto
Konernl belief to the contrury, that
MutiyV stntus us usMlvtuut inuniiKor of
the club would not be iiffected.
Hut when Mrdruw was uiiKpendod on
tlio western tilp, Kvors was tlolaj; most
of tho IiosnIiik mid It Is Koiierully be
lieved that tho toKii of clan lender will
full on Ills shoulders when McQrnw
tosses It off.
CLEMENCEAU AND TIGERS
Georges Clcnioiicoiiu, tho for
mer French premier, known as
"tho TiKor," honrd the Detroit
team wns named In his honor oc
somothlnp, so ho sent MannRcr
HurIi JciinlnKS n t Ivor's clnw us
n token of pood luck. The De
troit Timers and the French Tl
Kcr both soom In tho sumo bout
down and out of It desplto
tho K"d luck tokens.
LITTLE PICK-UPS OF
Soccer footbnll Is popular In Ger
many. Princeton Is hopeful of letnlnlnp tho
Intercollegiate pdf title.
Syracuse university bus added n soc
cer team to Its spurtlnu list.
United Stntos Golf nssochillnn Is af
ter KUinhlln on solf toiirmiments.
All American contestants nro out
of tlio HrltMi ladles' pill' tourmiinent.
.Teronio D. Travor.s, former ninnteiir
Kolf (hnmplon, will try u "comehncl;"
William K.' Vnndeihllt leads the list
of wliinlnj.' owners In lint Hack rachiK
In I'l mice.
Tho American hockey teuiii, which
placed second In tho Olympic matches,
has returned to Amotion.
niiKland bus olllolully rocopnlod
tho campalKii for funds to hend n
Ilrltlsh teuiii to the ni.Miiplcs.
Schulklll Navy of I'hllnilelphln
innile up of tho rowhiK cluhs there, do
niitod .100 to tho Ameilcan OI.Miiple
Oniindn, It Is cstlmnled. will receive
throe-quaitorri of n million dollars
from Its tuv on Imiio nice trucks this
Ohio State iinlM'isity athletic de
partment nu'inbern will receive a "0
per cent salary lucienso uffectlu In
Aston Villa Miccor eloen of Uns
laud bus won tlio DikIMi cup em
blenmtle of supremacy In the klekliiu
stjle of toothall six rimes.
CORNER ON INDIAN PLAYERS
Joe Guyon Makes Third on Little Rock
Roster Yellowhorse Developing
Into Some Pitcher.
Kid Klberfeld seems to be trying to
corner the niuike on Indluii players.
He claimed Joe Guyon tmir Ailnntn
on wuImi-s mill iwerjlioih knows now
that the Utile Hock club tried In sign
Cnse Smith, dlMiilsM'd fiom the Pn
clfle Const league under a elnud
Gu.Min innkes Hie Iblid Indian on the
little Hock toster, the others being
Wano nnd Yellowhorse. And the hit
er by tho way, Is developing Intn
Al Hrldw ell's Hocky .Mount pitchers
are not koIiij,' well.
The JopUn club bus sold Klrst Huse
niiin Hill Hrowti to Nuslivlllo of the
I.nto Teens league u erases show a
lot more liltthu; than Is tisitiil In tho
.one Star circuit.
Al l'latte bus found tho Western
icukuo about his class and Is going
good with Ouiulin.
IMtcfier Joe Willis has Jumped tho
Columbus club. Mnnugor Ulmer siijb
ho doen't know why.
Pitcher New kirk tins been pur-
cluied by the Columbus A. A. team
from the Chicago XiitlotuiK
George CiiMiiiw vies with Trls
Speaker, ns they lire the only players
to tally four runs in a gutno.
American nsnelntlon dub owners
will mnke u Mulsh light ngulift plnjcrs
who Jump to Independent clubs.
Huffnlo, nftor several yours of In
tllfferenco ' to Ititernntlonal baseball,
seems to be coming buck Mrong.
Pitcher IMdle foster bus Jumped
the St. I'uitl Saints to piny with nn In
dependent team at Virginia, Minn.
The veteran Jnck Warner, after less
than ii month of It, chucked bis Job ns
nn uniplie In tho Inteinathuiiil league.
Whoever Dell snys bo gets $.'00 n
month for pitching nnd working for
nn electric company In Ulchtnond,
Cleveland Ainerlcnns liuve released
Prank Grnbfeldor, sundlot recruit out
fielder, to Cednr Itnplds of the ThreC-1
Tulsn released Inflelder Hob I.nr
more to the Cedar Itnplds club of the
Three-I league, where be has started
Leo Mangum, after his no-lilt game
for Albany, hnsn't done mueb. An
nllbl for him Is tlmt ho bus been un
der tlio weather.
Joe Tinker solemnly deposes and de
clares ho offered the Chlrngo Whlto
Sox $5,000 for Orover I.owdermllk and
waa turned down. i
neals necker, outllelder of tho Kan
sas City cluh f the American asso
ciation, has been purchased by tho
Seattle Pacific club.
The Syracuse club has released Out
llelder Dun Costellonnd Pitcher Cuddy
Murphy. They linvo Joined a steel
team la Ponns.Uvanln,
Tncoinn, which has been the grave
yard of tunny a hall club, shows some
signs this your of giving Its P. T.
lenguo team real support.
Pitcher CasMizn, secured by Jersey
City from tho llostnn nraves, got the
rnz7.ii7a from Hill Donovan. He
couldn't pitch nccnnllng to Hill's Ideas.
Some ragged scores nt Akron have
ho:i blamed on the now grounds.
Pitchers say the sand of the diamond
roughens tho bull -o they can't handle
The Kansas City dub sent Fred Pip
kin nnd Walter Poster, two recruit
who have boon worming tho bench, to
Kuld of the Western association un
der option of recall.
Clnclnnntl In tho National, Clove
land In the American. Columbus or
Toledo In the As-oclutlnn nnd Akron
In tho Iiiternutliiiml Hint's the wn
Ohio funs evpect them to put the
Hucl.-eye state on the mnp this jenr In
hasehull. Some -lute Is Ohio.
SAM AGNEW UNFORTUNATE
Sam Agnew, etornn major lengue
ciuchcr. who Is now villi the San
Francisco cluh bus been unfortunate
this mmisoii. First lie wus hit on the
throwing urin and after getting buck
Into the game an unturned shoot con
nected with his our. He locoNcied
from both nnd Is uguiii woiklng be
hind the bat.
SIGNING OF CARPENTIER TO FIGHT
LEVINSKY IS POPULAR WITH FANS
The signing of Georges Carpentler
and Hut I.evlusky for n bout for the
world's llglit-henvywelght champion
ship Is hailed with approval by boxing
fans throughout the country.
Despite repented assurance that ho
came hero to fight to meet Jnck
Dempsey, If possible ninny American
boxing funs bud begun to believe that
Carpentler would eventually return to
Franco without drawing on the gloves
In n professional contest on this side
of tlio pond. So his matching with Le
vlnsky wns welcome news.
I.ovlnsky, recognized us Anierlcn's
llglit-henvywelght champion, should
provo n worthy opponent for tho
NOW HOLLER "KEEP IT"
In former days when a fan
caught a foul hall hit Into the
stand his neighbors used to yell
Today they holler "Keep It 1"
Haseballs cost tho magnates
$2X0 apiece, wo understand.
Yet sonio think nothing of pock
eting a hall when they'd hcsl
tato over pinching a necktlo In
n drygoods store.
Tho principle Is tho same.
Georges Cnrpenfler bowls ns pnrt of
his athletic exercises.
San Francisco's annual playground
tennis tourney attracted -103 entries.
Vancouver, n. C, will construct a
municipal natntorlum 100 by -lO- feet.
O. K. Gray, a professional, will In
struct Toronto Lnwn Tennis club
Ottawn Cricket cluh Is 01 years
old. It will bo a member of tlio
Ottnwa Cricket lengue.
Tho Year nook credits .15,005 trot
tors with records of a mllo In 2:110 or
better, and 20,070 pacers In tho 2:25
Last season a tntnl of moro thnn
1,000 boats competed In races under
tho Amerlcnn Power P.ont association
Tho wrestling game has hit Nash
vlllo with a sudden wave of popularity.
The Inst fow matches drow In $."0,000
Tryouts for tho Women's American
Olympic swimming Jenm will bo held
at Manhattan Poach, N. Y July 10
Tho yacht America won the cup In
1851 around thu Isle of Wight, nnd It
hus nover been iccovered by tho Hug-
Wlllnm M. Johnston, nntlounl lnwn
tennis chnmplon, has donated a prlro
for tho winner of u tourney of Ameri
can Legion members.
Now Yoik city Is without u track
where cluhs enn hold meets nnd charge
nilmlsslnn, except tho old Celtic pnrk
race track on I.nng Island.
ORGANIZE "KNOT HOLE" GANG
Joplln Club of Western League Plan
ning to Admit Kids Into Park
for Small Fee.
Tho Joplln club will organize n
"Knot Holo" gang among the kids of
tin inu'ii nml let lliem In for 1(1 cents
n throw. Since Joplln, by Its nrrunge-'
neat with tlio western tongue, does
not split receipts but gives tho visiting
club n set guarantee of $100 a gamo It
can open Its gates free, so fur ns other
clubs are concerned. Joplln In Its first
home stand drew an nverage of bettor
than 000 paid admissions per game, so
that the other clubs of the league lost
money In making tho gnu run tee arrangement.
in -"" J" jtnWW
l'l-ciiehman. I.eWusky combines speed
nnd cleverness with qulto n llttlo
punching ublllty, and though bo has
been In the ring for a number of years,
and bus always ranked us ono of this
country's busiest boxers, ho Is a good
trial horse for Georges.
Will Be Title Affair.
As Carpentler Is holder of both the
heavy and llgbt-boavywclglit titles In
Ihiropc, his mutch with Levlnsky will
bo a title affair nnd If ho hopes to
meet Jack Dempsey, he must defent
tho battler a task that none of tho
Amerlcnn heavyweights asldo from
Jack Dempsey has been nblo to per
LAUD JENNINGS FOR
HIS RULE ON CARDS
Struck Squarely at Heart of
. Bad Condition.
Manager of Detroit Tigers Wants Hit
Men to Devote More Time to Study
of Baseball While Off the
' Playing Field.
Hugh Jennings when ho Issued nn
order forbidding tho Detroit plnycra
to play cards during tho pennant sea
son struck squarely at tho henrt of a
bud condition of present day baseball,
writes William II. Hniina In New York
Sun. Hugh wants his men to think
more baseball when olt tho field, nnd
that Is exactly where most baseball
plajers nro shy. I don't Imnglno Jen
nings hud any particular objection to
curd playing per se unless tho gntn
bllng factor threatened harm to team
morale but that ho wanted to do
something to have his men give study
to their culling.
To a large extent iimong modern
ball players there exists a poso that It
Is not tho thing to talk shop, Any out
sider who does Is n "hoi o and u pest
nnd that sort of thing. Tho ball player
Isn't any too shrew d a hasehull thinker
on the Held that he can nfl'ord to foro
go entirely thinking off tho Held. Tho
gumo would be better off In quality
with twice us much Impromptu and In
formal discussion of J'bhop" as thero
l those days, and such discussions
mnke for unity nnd esprit do corps.
They mnko for community Interest.
Card phi lug Hint reduces off tho Held
thought of one's vocation to somqthlng
like nil Is harmful, as would bo any
other innctlco that hud tho sumo effect,
Tho senslblo bull player ought to llnd
titiio for both business mid recreation,
for ho has so much time ofl' tho Ueld.i
PITCHER IS TIMELY HITTER
In Recent Game Shoet McBride Did
Not Allow Hit or Run and Drove
In Winning Score.
Sheet Mtllrldo, Now Iberia pitcher,
seems to bo also u timely mm Iter. In a
recent gamo against Ittiynu be not only
did not ullow n hit nor a run, but bo
delivered tho hit that put over tho run
necessary to win his game. Ho struck
out ten batters In this game, Mcllrldo
than 000 paid admissions per game, so
foro eallstlng with tho Loulsiaua State,
lie was with Annlstou In tho Georgia
Alalmmu In 1017.
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