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THE FAIR is the roliablc store that lccps
up the quality of its merchandise no matter
Ikw low it cuts the prices.
GROCERIES, MEATS AND FIS !
Cigars anil Tobacco
Harness and Saddles
Suit, Atlami and DeukornSts. Phone Cicliatifo i Mall Order Tilled
Chicago Established 1875 by E. J. Lohmann
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
Lubliner & Trinz
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801 Kimball Building
Electric Lighting Supplies
Edison Building, 72 West Adams Street
CARBONS CORDS BRUSHES
SOCKETS SWrTCHES MOTORS
Hardware and Tools
Hats and Caps
Incubators and Brooders
Jewelry and Sllcrwarc
Pipes and Smokers' Articles
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs
Tents and Awnings
Trunks and Suit Cases
From One Socket
fits any of your present sockets,
ano 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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The "old fox," ClnrU (Irllllth, Is irliiK tn t-t moiiii new lilnoil on IiIh icuiii.
IMtihiT Acosla mill St'coml HnsiMimti llolnlinn woro itirvtinsiil rewntly from
the Itoelicxter club of tln Iiitciiuitloniil Iinikuc. (Irllllth Ititotnlutl to convert
llololmn Into a Miortmop, for ho Is highly thotitiht of nn n lleltler. although not
i imrtleiilnrly heavy hitter! TIhmi the WnihliiKton iiinnaKcr m'cureil the serv
ice of Frank O'ltonrke, shotHlop of the Toronto club, to report at the end of
the Internnthiiiiil mmisoii. Following this, CirKTIIli dickered with Connie Muck
mill secured the eternn third baseman, Fred ThouuiH, In uxdiatiKi for Mnurlco
Slniiinoii, the youiiK lulleliler. Then he pit In touch with the Titinpu club of
the Florida State lennue mid liniicht two Inllehlers, Fork and I.amottc, to
lepurt ns wioti us they can he spuVed by Taiiipn. And last, but certainly not
least, he purchased First IIiim'Iiiiiu Frank Hrowcr, the llabo ltlltli of the In
ternatlmuil circuit, from Itfiidliii; for $15,000, and this star is to report ut the
end of the season.
Squibs of Sport
I.os Anpele anil Phlcaco want the
10'JI Olympic kiiiiics.
The original Olympic gaiaet date
Imek to the days of Homer.
In 100 meters to l.fiOO meters Nor
mnn ItosM leads the world swlmmliu;.
Karly football preparation Is under
way among many colleges ami club
Seattle Y. M. C. A. will erect two
tennis courts on the roof of Its bend
Kansas Pity (Mo.) (Jolf association
Is In prongs of formation. An or
ganization of public luun tennis clubs
Is also being formed.
Sir Tlmmns Upton will challenge
for the America cup races to be held
In IDJ'J. lie will bring over Sliumiock
V If the challenge Is accepted.
Fred Siniie, the actor, never misses
a chance to shoot. Kvery town that
Stone pluvs In he looks tip the 'gun
club anil ntnUes arrangements to shoot
at the cl.is.
A. It. Mill", a farmer's sou, won the
recent r.iigllxh marathon race from
Wind.-"!! "i Stniiifonl bridge, London,
lie coM'Ml the full marathon course
Frank .1 icksou of ICellerton, Iowa,
won the li i'm0ioo pitching champion,
ship of 1 ie Fulled States recently
held at Al.rott. Ills total score for
the wed nas 1,71)0.
A goll match has been proposed by
some of the fans, between Until and
Hay agnii -t Cobb and Varilon. This
would in ke It Interesting for both
baseball nil golf fans.
Marcol I'abljo-.. champion fencer of
the Frt n ' na,v. has been sent to
this conn by the French National
Fencing "ilenitlon to Introduce the
new sch 11 ' of "epou" fencing.
In a i 'lit tournament of tho Her
gen He. .'1 (I.. I.) club. Miss Nun
Smith. t'i llrl time liefotc u trap ami
on n dn' In which the heM sliois
found tin going illlllcult, broke IIS tar
gets In M.
Dulut'i H. f, senior eights prexlous
to this !'. oijinple legntta at Wor
cester, -li tfie llnl-lieil tliliil to An
napolis ml S.Miicu-e Mtrslly eights,
won tb fcaliuii nice live ,ears In
fleorg H. f'orsan, an authority on
swlmmli who during the last twenty
years h taught :iim,ihhi men. women
and eiili "it to swim, siis theie are
not 11 h iiluen expert hWlmiueru In
It Is r ported that Mob nibble of
Hon It ig club. Toronto amateur
single s niiiig cliiiuiplnu of Canada.
iiiii.v I"11 irofeslojial ami compete
against I 'Idle luirnan American ami
Canadian liauiplon, next ear.
It Is .ported that O. H. Tralsor,
owner 01 ilie sensational pacing mare,
Miirgaiei Dillon (ft) 1!:MU "ii half
mil.) track, refused $2n.XH for tin
daughter of Dillon Axworthy that was
sold when a jwirlln.' for SUM.
PECULIAR PLAY PULLED
IN SOUTHERN LEAGUE
Here Is a play that came up
In the Southern league, Atlanta
and Nashville playing:
Wlngo was on llrst and lira
7.1 1 1 at hat. The strike and
steal was called for and Wlngo
went down with the pitch. lira
sdll failed to strike at the pitch,
hut after the hull had lauded
In the catcher's hands ami ho
had let loose of It on a throw to
second, Ilruzlll decided to swing.
Ills hat hit the hall and It rolled
Interference with the catch
er's throw, you say? Well, Um
pire Hill lticiiniiii ruled It 1111 ac
cident, according to the story,
held that Wlngo had stolen sec
ond and no penalty on ltnizlll.
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WILSON IS REAL STAR
AS A SOUTHPAW BOXER
Although .lolinn.v Wilson shot up
Into a champion lather suddenly, Dave
Mackay, Newaik promoter, does not
think the newcomer Is 11 "sap" by any
means. He says: "I never saw 11
southpaw who was as eflVctlo as
Wilson. Everyone will have to admit
that Lew Tcndlcr Is suppo-ed to he
the last word In lefthanders, but take
my word for it that, as a lighter with
portslde effectiveness, Wilson Is fit) piT
cent better than Lew.
"I saw I1I111 bmlng his spurring
pari tiers 1 cecal ly. ami It was a shame
what he did to them. From what I
can learn about the Wllsnn-O'Dowil
uuitcli, Mike I1111I all his trouble In try
ing to miIvh the southpaw delivery of
BILLIARD OWNERS ORGANIZE
Purpose to Govern Management of D.
Hards and Pocket Billiards In
New Voik billiard and pocket bil
liard ncaili in owners me organizing
a state orgnnlntloii to govern the
nuinageiiient of the pastimes, similar
associations are in operation In Illi
nois. Michigan, oido, Missouri, Arkan
sas, Louisiana. South Dakota, Tennes
see mid other states.
FOOTBALL TOGS COST $3,000
New Outfits Purchased for Members
of University of Missouri Foot
When ie Fnleislty of Missouri
football team takes the gridiron next
fall It will lie toggi-d In a new mid ills
tlnclhe 'liter uniform. The outfits,
which are to cost about $.'1,000, will
consist of striped stockings, striped
Jersey sleeves nnd a new type of hend
gear never used there define.
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WINS 14GAMES IN ROW 5
AND LANDS YANKEE JOB
Pitcher Jess Hojleiiiul lullelil
er "Mud" McMillan have been
Kohl bj the (Ireenvllle club of
the South Atlantic league to the
Yankees. Doyle Is one of the
leading hurlcrs hi the league,
having established two new
pitching records for the circuit
by winning II conscctitlxc games
ntnl l striking out l.'l In one
Hifebull gets a black eye when a
mob starts In.
The ltrooklyn club has signed Har
old Goldsmith a college pitcher.
Dave ltuneroft Is pla.xlng the great
est game of his career with the (Slants
The Miisslllon Independents are af
ter Ilenny Katilf, according to latest
Killing the baseball umpire Is one
of the old-time sports which seems on
the verge of revival.
IMtcher Shawkey says he would
rather face ituth than Cobb. Hut no
experienced baseball would.
John O'llern, who wn4 an umpire In
the Federal league, has been added to
the Mint league staff of Indicator men.
Johnny Walker, the young backstop
Connie Muck picked up lost fall, has
been hitting hard In the International
Honisby has miido the most two
base lilts In the National league, with
"0, while Myers of the ltohlns 'tails
with 10 triples.
Cy Williams was halted by Alexan
der after a ten-game hitting streak, in
which Cy punched out 15 hits In 40
tries for .1175.
In n recent game ngulnt tho White
Sox, Iliibe Ituth hit one so high that he
was at second base by the time His
berg caught tho hall.
Miller Ilugglus states that he be
lieves the team which will lead the
American league next October will he
the one that gets the breaks from now
Gotham has had some sweet short
stops lu the days gone by, Including
Herog, Itrldwell and Fletcher, hut
"Heauty" ltuneroft bus a luster all his
John McGraw, Instead of recalling
Hill ltyan from Toronto to the Giants,
wants to get l'nl Shea, the Holyoke
twlrler, who bus been Toronto's big
The Seattle ball club made a rather
poor showing the tlrst half of the sea
son, but the pitchers have rounded Into
form. From now on the Slw ashes will
cut a llgure.
It Is announced that Ty Cohb Is go
ing to make political speeches. Tyrus
probably feels that since tho arrival
of Mr. Ituth and Mr. Sister lie must do
something to get lu the picture.
Athletic fans believe Connie Mack Is
wUelug up. lie made a big bid for
Frank Urower. It's the llrst time Mack
has nibbled big since "Lefty" Kussell
went bad after he'd paid a fancy prlcu
The Knights of Columbus helped
Sillier Ilugglus' prophecy come true
when they gave Hade Ituth a cluster
of sparklers. Hug once told Ilabe:
"Slick to mo ami you'll wear dia
BEST CONSECUTIVE HITTER
The het inn ol inning lu consecu
tive games In the National league this
year was made b Charles Hollocher
of tho Chicago Cubs, who went 10
games before he was stopped. Tho
National league natters bhow no
phenomenal batting breaks this year,
compared to those of the junior major.
OLD-TIMF. BASEBALL STARS GET
COMFORTABLE JOBS AS COACHES
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A list of college baseball coaches shows that a number of former big
leaguers acquired comfortable Jobs looking over the jouugsters. Amherst'a
couch during Its seus-on was Fred Jacklltsch, who caught for many years with
Brooklyn und Philadelphia.
Hen Houser, once a prominent first baseman, hod charge at Howdoln,
John Henry, who used to hold Walter Johnson, taught 'eta how at Cornell.
Big Jeff Tesrcau looked after the hoys at Dartmouth. Art Devlin was run
ning the squad at Fordliam.
Iru IMank, brother of tho great wmthpaw, and himself n pitcher of merit,
was at Gettysburg. Jack Slattery, of long experience "up there," was at Har
vard. Jesso Hurkett, famous slugger, watched over the Instruction at Holy
Hay Fisher of tho neds was with the hoys at Mhldlebury, Vt. Hilly Lush
was at Annapolis; Monte Cross, with the University of Maine; Carl I.unilgrcn,
oneo a Cub pitcher, produced n champion team at Michigan; F.ngle, late of
tho Hed Sox, was ut the University of Vermont, nnd Hilly Lauder was with
tho Yale squad.
Canada has twlco heforo fulled to
lift tho Amcrlca'u cup.
Peter tho Great, 2:07,4. has four
teen trotters In the 2:05 list.
Huffalo and Los Angeles want tho
1021 national rowing championships.
A total of I.-IOO rlllemen nro expect
ed to competu In tho Camp Ferry test.
Lawrence, Mass., boasts a soccer
football league of Industrial couccrus.
Tho New York Yocht club has do
fended tho America's cup for seventy
James It. Graham of this country
holds the Olympic clay bird shooting
New Zealand cricket council wnnts
an English amateur team to play
there next season.
Tho .Too Heckett-Frank Moron box
ing contest Is scheduled ut Ilolhorn
stadium, Loudon, September 21.
The middle stnto regatta, over n
mile strolghtnwoy course on tho Har
lem, Labor day, closes tho rowing sea
son In the enst.
Frank Shehlo of the Shnwnee-on-Delaware
club sprang n sensation
when he won tho sixteenth holo over
tho water In one.
Sir Thomns Upton, who has been
trying to lift the America's cup over
a period of twenty-ono years, will
come again In 1022.
Coronado's winter polo season will
open on January 1, 1021, and will con
tinue until April 1, with several
match games every week.
United States Naval academy sports
will bo lu control of commissioned offi
cers and experts or professionals as
coaches of the various squads.
New Hampshire motor vehlclo deal
ers nro organizing a stato association
and will alllllato with the Natlonnl
Automohllo Dealers' association.
F.rnest R. Hearg, formerly nthletlc
director of Washburn college, Kansas,
bus been appointed a member of tho
University of Illinois athletic stuff.
Tho fastest mile eer run by a race
horso In this country was registered
over tho Saratoga (N. Y.) courso when
Hoamer ran against time In 1:!I4 4-0
two seasons ago.
Teter tho Great. 2:07U. will soon
havo 100 2 :10 performers, and Is also
likely to havo 20 2:05 trotters heforo
tho season ends on tho various tracks
where the light harness sport Is popu
lar. Tom Nleoll, superintendent of tho
Manila municipal golf course, will go
to Tokyo, Japan, to lay out a courso
for a club recently formed there. Dur
ing his two years at Manila ho has
Instructed enthusiasts of 18 different
nations how to play tho great Scotch
M.rfj; cijf.c Wlil
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J EVERS IS OVERLOOKING
nnnflrno m n r ntnr
t Johnny F.vors, couch for tho '
Giants, Is busily engaged on tho J
t problem of picking tln Notional ,
J league winner for a syndicate J
t of eastern papers. So far ho $
' has decided that the team that J
' heats Cincinnati and Pittsburgh t
' will he the one to land the pen-
mint. Ho does not llguro Hrook- t
t lyn In the running ut all, but '
' that may be the way he gets J
0 from living lu Manhattan. Of
course John thinks the Giants
t havo a good chance, barring uc- t
AARON WARD OF YANKS
PULLS NEW BONE PLAY
Here Is a new none play pulled in
thu American league, players of the
Yankees and Drowns being guilty:
Anron Ward of the Yankees was on
llrst. A pitched hall grazed tho shirt
of Sam Vlck at hat and, claiming ho
was hit, ho started for llrst base.
Ward seeing him coming, trotted down
Tho umpire, however, refused to nl
low Vlck to take his base for being hit
by n pitched hall ami called him hack
to bat. Wlioieupon Ward turned
around and slowly walked hack to
Ward technically had stolen second
huso ami was entitled to It. Hut no
St. Louis player attempted to Interfere
with hlm returning to llrst or miido
any movo to tag hlm off that bag,
which was tho one he legally held, and
tho only oue.
Tho gamo went on.
NOTRE DAME SECURES HALAS
Former Bloomlnaton Pitcher Has Been
Selected as Baseball Coach to
Walter Halas, two-letter Illinois ath
lete, who was a pltchor with Hloom
Ington In the Three-I leuguo last
season, was selected by the Notre
Damo board of athletic control to suc
ceed Gus Dorals in , tho position of