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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907.
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5th Ave. and Church
Authoritative Fall Models
Initial display in women's, men's and boy's apparel assem
ble from the world's fashion centers. It is' conceded that our
showing of fashion fix the styles for the session.
Ladies' Fall Suits
pre indescribable; beautiful in semi and tight fitting
effect-; jaunty "Prince Chaps," singleand double-
bresttd. Materials are principally Serges, Worsted
English Suitings and Broadcloths. Novel effects
produced by judicious use of fancy braids. A io
day special twenty-five dollar suits for fifteen dol
lars. Men's and Young Men's fall Suits
For men and young men our establishment is an
exposition of the advanced creations from the
best artists in our country. You will see clothes
that only vast institutions can afford; such varie
ties making it possible to out fit the extra lean, the
tall, the short, and the stout. With such makes
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fail to make a correct selection.
in CIoIIks Mikcn fV'-'
The only store that can completely cloth 3 our boy in Suits,
Shoes, Hats, and IJnderwear.
All the newest creations in SHOES, i HATS, SHIRTS
NECKWEAR and UNDERWEAR for men.
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for ladies who know and want to
shod-$3, $3.50, $4. .
be properly fitted and
913 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE, NORTH,
r Home School for Girls, Literary Courses and
TERMS FOR BOARD, TUITION AND ALL
NECESSARY EXPENSES, $1.25 PER WEEK.
Next Term Begins Saturday, September 21st, 1907.
WRIT K l OK rROSl'KC'iTS.
Kuhn s Capilline
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF.
My favorite sport, I have no song for
No condor could kiss the clouds so
Yet, since we must part, I say good
Be good and better, and yet bo clever;
Do great things and do not dream
the winter long;
And so make thy aim, In the
One noble, sweet song.
The time has come when the ball
and bat must be laid aside, for the
ball a few times larger, but before
this large ball is introduced, the
Standard Giants, champions of the
South, and the National Baptists,
champions of the state, meet for the
finish at Athletic Park Monday, Sep
In the Ropes.
The Gans-Brltt fight, from a gen
eral standpoint, was very disappoint
ing, for it was hoped that Brltt would
stay long enough to be knocked down
and out, but the wily "Westerner was
too smart; peeping into the future, he
saw his finish and tossed up his
sponge in the fifth round. Following
is the fight by rounds.
A left swing to the body cleverly
blocked by Joe Gans cost Jimmy Britt
any chance he might have had to win
the lightweight championship of the
world Monday and brought to a close
five rounds of fast fighting, witnessed
by a crowd of about 14,000 people at
Recreation Park. The blow caught
by Gans on his elbow was struck in
tVip mirMlp nf thn fourth rmind Tt
broke Britt's wrist, and though he
went on again in the fifth round, he-
was helpless in both offense and de
fense. It was not until this round
thnt he informed his seconds of the'
"What's the use of my going on?"
I can't fight. I am helpless," he said
to Tiv Krelling. Captain of Police
r.Ieason was notified at the ring side
and stopped the fight. Referee Welch
gave the decision to Gans. . Three
doctors ,fter an examination stated
that the injury was a fracture and dis
location of the lower end of the ulna,
the innermost bone of the wrist.
Whether it is a genuine fracture or
not. Britt showed such intense suf
fering while the doctors were manip
ulating Ms wrist that the tears rolled
unchecked down his cheeks.
"I was utterly helpless," he said.
I could not even hold up my left hand
after' I broke it. I had to guard for
Gans' left, and had no punches except
with my right."
The fight, while it lasted, was a
slugging match, but it was perfectly
evident to every, trained observer that
Britt had no chance to win from Gans.
For the first time in his life he was
outmatched. Britt's lack of coolness
was partly responsible for the misera
ble end of the fight.
From the first tap of the gong he
appeared over eager. He was not con
tent to take the advice given him by
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We think this preparation will trive pn
tire satisfaction when used to arrest de
cay and falling out of the hair. Tf
used as directed, it will tend to change n's seconds to make Gans do the lead
dry, wiry, discolored hair to trlossv and ing, but he rushed headlong into
luxuriant tresses, and will keep the scalo Quarters that developed an inequita-
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ncau ami neaiinv. it is germicidal and 016 slugging maicn in wnicu tne cnam-
a short time
will relieve dandruff in
Nashville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-t (1'ite picture enlaiin house in Nashville
where customers- receive eordiiil treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
AJNl) OENEHAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
CASH OH CREDIT.
Your OM Furniture Taken In Exchange.
rr.i-EPiioxK, main is-i
N. E. Corner Br:i!:'r.y Tliiril Avnnio,
On last Monday Mrs. Vostor and
Mrs. Church ontertainod in honor of
Mr. Vpster, of Cincinnati. Games
were tiie features of the evening.
rhoso present were Misses Marv
Cliurrli, I.nella DieKerson. Lizzie Wal
ton. Jennie Clen, Mandie Brownlow
Ml la Malovo. Minnie Church, Messrs
wiiiiara uaiton, James Frye and
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Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave., North.
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We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $!i0 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand
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$260. Specifications furnished on banners
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pion had by far the advantage.
In the first round Britt staggered
Cans to the ropes with a left swing on
the neck that had lots of force in it.
In the same round he also used left
ind right successfully to the body and
face, but took in punishment a
straight left on the nose that slowed
The second round developed a mix-
up at the ropes in which both men ex
changed vicious rights and lefts, Gans
taking the advantage.
Tn the third Onus fnllnwprl hta tap.
FfinnV Trivlor Rptfaiirant tios of cr0W(linK rltt into a corner,
I UIIIIJ I UJIUI lltOiaUl QUI, and the Californian had his hahds and
feet busy working his way out. The
FINE LUNCHES. (Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, io. 15 and 25 cents.
139 Fourth Aienue. .-
1 lie marriage reception of Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Hopkins was held at the
residence of the bride's mother, 818
Tenth avenue. South, Thursday even
'iv:?. They were recipients of a large
number of presents. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Green, Mr.
and Mrs. I'Jugene Douglass, Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Garrett, Mr. and Mrs
James Crockett, Mr. and Mrs. Millard
smith, Mrs. Alice Smith. Mesdames
' uey Bright, Callie Jones, Estella
Webb, Manerva McClenon,, Ellen
Haddox. 'Mollie Thompson, Misses Mv
linda White. Mamie Grant, Lillie
f.oodloe, Marie Fin- yllart, uloCenr
ner, an Caruthers, Thomas Sanders,
round was even.
Gans drew first blod in the fourth
witha lightning-like straight left that
brought a scarlet stream trickling
from the corner of Britt's mouth. It
was right after this that Britt threw
all of his strength into a left swing
that proved his merciful undoing.
The public has from time to time
had its attention called to the great
fall entertainment which is to be the
first half of October. Since nothing
of Its kind has ever been pulled off in
the South, a grand time is looked for,
It is the aim of the young men be
hind the scheme to give the people
something new, hence they decided to
have a Horse Show. All owners of
horses and buggies have an opportu
nity to show the public how soft it is
to be easy. The exact date and place
will be announced next week. Those
wishing to enter may 'phone 4496 Y
Boyd and Battle, Tenth avenue and
Mr. ana Airs, smitn, or sixth ave
nue, North, who have been very pleas
ant neighbors and friends in North
Nashville for quite a while, , have
moved to West Nashville,
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housekeeping, 1404 Church street,
Apply before eight in the morning or
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