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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917.
"A naemiaLack of IronIs Greatest Curse
To Health and Beauty of American Women"
Says Dr. Ferdinand King, New York Physician and Medical Author
Any Woman Yiho Tires Easily, Is Nervous or Irritable, or Looks Pale, Haggard and Worn, Should
Have Her Blood Examined for Iron Deficiency.
Administration of Nuxated Iron Will Increase the Strength and Endurance of Weak, Nervous, Careworn Women
- Per Cent in Two Weeks' Time in Many Instances.
THE CHILD'S APPEAL
down. Instead of dosing themselves with
habit-forming drugs, stimulants and al
coholic beverages, I am convinced that in
this way they could ward off disease, pre
venting it becoming organic in thousands of
cases and thereby the lives of thousands
might be saved who now die every year from
pneumonia, grippe, kidney., liver, heart
trouble and other dangerous maladies. The
real and true cause which started thi'lr dis
ease was nothing more nor less than a
weakened condition brought on by a lack
of h-on in the blood.
On account of th peculiar nature of
woman, and the great drain placed upon her
system at certain periods, she requires iron
much more than man to help make up for
Iron Is absolutely necessary to enable
your blood to change food Into living tissue.
Without It, no matter how much or what
you eat, your food merely passes through
you without doing you any good, v You
don't get the strength out of it, and as a
consequence you become weak, pale and
sickly looking, Just like a plant trying to
In mrtt rlAArlAnr, In Irnn T f vmi urn
'Mother, Why don't yOU take not strong or weU. you owe it to yourself
UITV 1 TCT TTkXT A 1. W maae mo luiiumui vest, oto nun iuug
NUXATED IRON ana be strong you work or h0w far you can walk
President, Mr, Thos. Cannon, Vice
President, Miss Laura Brooks, Re
cording Secetary, Mrs. Cora Jordan
White, Corresponding Secretary and
purpose of this organization was to
Mrs. Octavla Elk ins. Treasurer. The
increase religious enthusiasm among
the classes and to prepare for the en
tertainment of the visitors who year
after year are tendered a reception
by the local members of the Metokas
and Galeda Classes. The organization
used the pledge system and each class
pledged as much as thye were able
and paid the pledge.
At a meeting hed in May, Mrs. Alice
Douglass was elected as cateress and
Mrs. Washington as Chairman of the
Decorating Committee. The waiters
were members of the flaleda classes of
the various churches who volunteered
The week of the Congress
"Resurrecton Week" among the Me
tokas and Galedas of Nashville ns was
HEARTILY REGOM- -MENDS
Suffered Three Years Found
No Relief Until She
Used Impgo. i
Mrs. Stephens, 15 Decatur street,
Nashville, Tenn., says she wants ev
ens' ery one to know what a wonderful
remeuy sne iouna in impgo imment..
Suffered for three years with pain In
.(footo.1 i,. , .niM , , her heel caused from a stroke of pa-
people who long before the anpointed "V13'8' A " had t0 w,alk ith a
VOLE HAIR. GROWER
The bo( Cor more t li n n lO years
Manufactured by Trained Cheiniafa
Knd or aaxl by seores ol load ins) Physicians
Keeosnmessdesl by Thoasaads of Maatiatied LTaers
GUARANTEED TO GROW HAIR
Hats- and Iteanty Culture laafhl praetiealljr aad
thoroughly. H'eehatieyon lesa and teaeh
y n more.
THE VOLE COLLEGE
Hair atad Meanly Cullnre
Uury & Fain Htm. Nashville, Tenn
hour took their places, In the ban
oueting hall. If it becomps necessary
stick. Had used various liniments and
medicines, hut found no relief until
to enumerate only one of the beneficial X nwd lmpw Liniment. Am happy to
things wrought by the Congress In this
city, we have only to point to the
awakening of this great number of
say after the second treatment with
Impgo I was free from pain and got
about with comfort. I think Imp-
CHARY B. MOWSE
PHONB MAIN 109
heretofore disinterested Members of f ,Unlteat Is the greatest reme
the organized classes of the various , 1 ever say for relieving aches and
paiurj, ttuu uearuiy ruwiuuieuu it, w
everyone. All druggists 25 and 60
Yhu ran tpTl the wnmen with
and well and have nice rosy JE TTnZl olentv of iron in their blood-
cheeks. Instead of being so LSJ beautiful healthy rosy cheeked
nervous and irritable all the bow much you have Rained, i have women full of Life, Vim and
., At i - , seen doiens of nervous run-down people ,r. ...
time andlooking so haggard ana wno were aning aii the wwie double their Vitality
..-,,. strength and endurance and entirely rid
"Old. The doctor gave SOme tO themselves of all symptoms of dyspepsia. ,,, . ,
. , . 4 4 Uver and other troubles, in from ten to lW latod to do y0,u W S00- otherwise It may
Susie Smith S mother and She teen days' time simply by taking iron In the Prove worse than uscloss.
t . proper form. And this, after they had in I have used Nuxated Iron widely In my
Was worse OH vuan yuu slit, BOmo casus been doctoring lor months with- own practice in most severe aggravated con
j out obtaining any benellt. But don't take dltlons with unfailing results. I have in-
The dining hall of the Colored Y.
M. C. A. whose handsome apartments
makes It naturally a place of beauty
was decorated in Organized Class Pen-
pi"t aii a'rint.'o colors. Trie color
scheme throughout was red, white
snd bluo as these are the Organized
Tia program for the aftenoon was
Inspiring. Mr. Henry Allen Boyd had
been senoted as Master of Cere
monies, but owing to the many de
mands upon his time and his lnabilltv
to be in more than one place at the
Edgar Harrison and Christine
White, 904 Eighteenth avenue, south.
George Bradley and Lucy Waters,
John K. Teus.ey and Amanda E.
Jordan, 925 Jackson.
George Holmes"and Emma Hyde,
Arthur Robinson and Kate Sanders,
84 Green street.
Robert Ford and Lena Work, Sec-
uuu uuuiuiu) uoiw.v. ulfu v anions witu umauing results, l nave in- ii,a ni- p.,. Trt,qM tttvh- iuuch ruiu aim
the old forms of teduced iron, iron acetate. dllrRd manv othK. phvsiclans to eive it a samfl tlnip- Mrs- Cora Jordan White flVpniiP smith
Z.STJSZ ffanT,tohat.2SSiL Toastmlstress. The Local j "d.
seqiionct-s of iron di'iiciency in the blood of
American woir.cn I uavo
stronptly emphasized the
fact that doctors should
prescribe more organic
iron nuxated iron
for their nervous, run
down, weak, liac;;anl
looking women patients.
Pallor means anuemia.
The skin of an anaemic
woman is pale, the flesh
flabby. The muscles
lack tone, the brain fags
and the memory fails, and often
they become weak, nervous, irri
table, despondent and melancholy.
When the iron goes from the blood
of women, the roses go from their
"In the 'most common foods of
America, the starches, sugars, table
syrups, candles, polished rice, white
bread, soda crackers, biscuits, mac
aroni, spaghetti, tapioca, sago,
farina, degerminated enrnmeal, no
' longer is Iron to be found. Ee
lltiiii!? processes have removed the
iron of Mother Earth from these
impoverished foods, and silly meth-
. ods of home cookery, by throwing
down the wnsto pipe, the waters in
which our vesetables are cooked
are responsible for another grave
lion loss." - .
' ThArufnrp t vnn ivlch
serve your youthful vim and vigor to a ripe
"id age, you must supply tne iron aeiicieney
In your food by tisinf? soii'e iorni of organic
Iron, just as ou would use salt when jour
ood has not enough salt."
"As I have said u hundred times over
organic iron is the greatest of nil strength
builders. If people would only taku Isux
atcd Iron when they fool weak or run-
Charlie Vaughn and Saniuella Wil-
: son, 2709 Albina avenue.
"Thoro can be no healthy, beautiful, rosy- Nature for the red coloring matter in the prising reports in regard to its great power , Executive Committee was presented
cheeked women without Iron, says Dr. bjood of tier cliildre
u-i..ir & Vnrk Phvslnian and wm mi an
Medical Author. in my retein lium m r ..X 'vJ il "u "' won tne day simply oocauso ne Know tne ,, t t), v,t , , ,u unnina
physicians on the grave and serious con- I:Z:M1 ItVS, secret of great strensth and endurance and " "' w.. ...... Selma Edwards. 17, Tuberculosis
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can be easily
filled his blood with iron before he went
pnlnvfri? this. Mr. Tims. Ci. Marshall
to whose inspiring efforts much of .the
smcprss of this umlortat;ins was tine
delighted his hearers with a hunior
: ous readin ec. Mrs. Ttinlello .Tolinson
llo'l wlirtsp dramatic soprano voice
delighted the attendants at the Con-
Dr. Ferdinand King, New York Physician
and Medical Author, tells -physicians that they'
should prescribe more organic iron Nuxated
Iron for their patients Says anaemia iron
deficiency is the greatest curse to the health,
strength, vitality and beauty of the modern
American Woman. Sounds warning against
use of metallic iron which
tratherprt to do them honor,
absorbed lnt0 the aliray; wtiuo many anoiner nas ; a. tien.maiui two course menu itn
and assimi- gone down in inglorious defeat simply for : served the Ernests and while thev were
the lack of ironj
Dr. .Schuyler C. JaMUes, Visiting 8urgeon
of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, New York City
said: "I have r.ver before given out any
medical information or advico for publica
tion, as I ordinarily do not believe in It.
But so many American women suffer from
iron deficiency, with lis attendant ills
physical weakness, nervous Irritability, mel-
musclcs,' etc.. etc.-and in consequence. Press sang one of her own composi-
of their weakened, run-down condition tions and was compelled to respond
they arc so liable to contract serious I
and even fatal diseases, that I deem it ' to an encore. Mrs. E. W. Moore, or
my duty to advise all such to take Ohio who ha3 had the advantage of
Nuxated Iron. I have taken it my
self and given it to my patients with
most surprising and satisfactflry re
sults. And thoso -who wish quickly to
Increase their strength, power and en
durance will find It a most remarkable
sand wonderfully effective remedy."
30, rear 1211 Cedar
Liny Elliott, SI,
.vur.ts Hands, 70, 921 Pearl street.
Hossic- Couch, 21, (Men Cliff.
Mary Fowler, 70, Whites Creek pike
Arthur noyd Bowen, 26, Cincinnato.
Alice Davidson, 70, Chicago 111,
John Turner, 6 months, City Hos
ihay injure the teeth, corrode.
the stomach and do far morel
harm- than good; advises
use of only nuxated iron.
NOTE Nuxated Iron, which It orewcribod an!
rMommrndod Bhov by pbyiciftna in aiic-h a KrtV.
varirty ot nun, ia not a patent nipilirine or aecreL
remedy, but one whirh la well known to ilrUKRiitiM
and whom) iron ronolituenta aro wiili'ly priwiibod
by eminent pliynieiana both in Kurope and America.
Unlike tbe older inorganic iron product, it ii
eatily aiwimilated, doea not iniure tbe teeth, make
ttiem black, nor upael me aiomncn; un inu eon- t
trary, it ia a moat potent remedy in nearly all
forma of indiaeation an well ai. for nervoua, run- i
down conditions. The manufacturers bavo such I
(Treat confidence in nutated Iron that they offer to forfeit
9100.00 any chariuhle inetitution il they cannot take any ,
man or woman under 60 who tacks iron, and increase their
strenith 100 per cent or over in lour weeks time, provided
they have no aeriotis oraanic trouble. They ulso offer to ro
und votir 0 oney if :t doea not at least double your streusth
nnd endurance in ten dayi' HUM, It If dupeiuwa IU. "
by all good druggists.
studying in Scotland under the old mas Josge R Hm 5 dayg E0 Robingon
ters delighted the guests with herigtreet
singing. Technique such as Mrs. George Gemmni 2 yearSi 53 Lewia
Moore exhibits In vocal work Is rarely 'Btreet.
equalled among our people. Miss Ma-j Henrjr Harrigj x yeari E!ghteentll
rie Boyd a local favorite delighted the 'avenne and Jo Johnstoni
guests with a reading. A request was j: Mary A- Carter E3 40O gecond
made for a readiny from Miss Katie !aV6nue, south.
Boyd but owing to the lateness of the ' iLizzio Hobson, CO, 1101 Summit
hour this number was omitted. street.
Kings Nu-Kair Q:ii:iir-c rciiiadc
Tliis wotiderfulluir Qfuwer cLans the seals ol sll
dandrult, teeds the rotts ol the studoom It air and
teed la do as we say.or money rcfniiui4. At your
sniogtsi or maiieu flirect en rucetoi ot a cents.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. 4
CHATTANOOGA, TENN, '
Ctinttanooca, Tenn. Chattanooftu, Tenn.
Kioj Specialty Co. I used your Nu-I lair .mm K.nft Specialty Co. Dear Company: Your
only a short time and my hair ha gruvtnto iu-Hair dnca lust like you say and ! can
wouderlul length. It is the best! ever used. t ntlilully i:;y in the best hair Rro-ver and
Mrs. bliza Ucvd tonic in the wo. Id. Ma. garet Meycrt
National Baptist A. F.
FOURTH ANNUAL ENCAMPiMENT.
The Use of Stamps.
When the women of. the M. E. C.
So., of the Miss. Council selected this
grand and noble woman heart of this postmaster Shannon has received a
settlement home for the colored peo- letter from Hon a. M. Dockery, Third
M T T n,l Voct MoaViirilla . . , . t J
, int ui n. . 1. .vim ju.-h. i'o ' Assisi am 1'osrmasier uenerai, regaru
: trulv thev niado no mistake, for like1 io- tv,o no of ot nnma TVita will he
rrv, ?n,GAe,?!n!iGi?0ir;mot Rachel of old, weeping for her children : of genorai interest to "the public and
The Fourth Annual Encampment of t antl not being comforted because they i i3 as follows:
Y. M. G. Bai.di1.1i
Yes, Do "Your
the A. P. Cadets closed a very suc
cessful and promising meeting. The
sessions were held at the Mt. Zion
Church, followed by drills on Fisk
campus. Gen. W. H. Crawford and
his staff conducted the maneuvers.
There were three companies of Nash,
ville Cadets represented, viz., Mt.'
were not, Miss E. II, saw and knew the
condition of her black sister and broth
er, and would not be satisfied until they
too, like her own race, had the Bethle
1 hem House as the whites boast of Wes
I ley House. Assembled within the
I main hall of this house 708 Cedar
street, June 5th, to witness the exer-
Olive, Troop A; Pleasant Green, cises of the kindergarten children and
Troop B; and First Baptist, E. Nash- j exhlbit of the Primary, Intermediate,
ville. Troop C. Music was furnised and Advanced sewing, cooking and
by the Cadet Band of Gallatin. Adair-1 house keepers classes, also the Junior
ville, Ky., was' represented by five ; ,,oya v;ork were niotnerg from .the
meinoers 01 us tuuei, corps. i humble walks to the highest class and
mission was offered to the captain
whose company enlisted the largest
number of recruits by Friday night
and was won by Captain Frank A.
Bos worth, now major of Tennessee.
On Friday night a very interesting
program was perfected as thisvas
Saturday at Greenwood Park the
Cadet companies gave a 10-minutes
exhibition drill, each company drill
most refined. The House Mother was
assisted in receiving by Miss Estelle
Haskin, Miss Emma Olnwtead, Miss
Ella Keer Bulsher, and 'Miss Marion
i M. Hadley. Throughout the day.
many callers visited the home, prom
inent among them boing Mr. and Mrs.
Easley, Master and Mrs. Lee, the new
undertaker, of Fort Wayne, Ind. These
expressed themselves as being highly
pleased with the exhibit and indeed
ing separately under its own captain, charme(1 wlth tnQ pleasing many and
Col. James Payne, commanding ofli- Bunny dlspoaition of the House. Mother
cer of the day, was in charge. Sawyers, a member of the blue and red
-baseball game was then participated ril)1)HI18 were awar(l0(1 the foIIowlng ln
in by the Cadets of Troop A. After I part. Iiise,.s Lucille Jordon Emma
spondin.s a great day at the park tho Ree(, and M B T Madames Ella
taps were sounded and the Cadets re- BmUh EeUie IIiubot( Elizabeth Jack.
turned, to the city on a special car. ! son many othors tnat e wU1 not
Sunday at the mammoth parade the permIt t0 mentlon and a number of
tjaaets were again a leature. i u.. , ,,.,. on kimierKarten work. Judges
military bearing added much to the ( were Madamea chavl8 ot Walden
entnusmsm ui ui uau.i. t , Lula M. Crosthwaith of Fisk, Fitz
close of the day they were bid gooO- gerald Parks of the M E Churcb
bye by Gen. Crawford and the fourth w, M- CoUncil. During the summer
annual encampment passed into his-1 month8 meetings will be held for those
ory' a am mi I wno desire to attend. It will be well
TrfP. A Mt;,r X?; TM f 1 to mention that the House will he de
Troop A of the Mt Olive Baptist , m.ived of MIa8 Butcher the kindergar
Church was in line 20 Cadets strong tM teacher who haa been B0 klnd;vB0
under the command of Capt. Frank , t, 80 lmpartfal and yet so lnstruc.
Bosworth, assisted by Sergeants Gme tlve t0 her lm,e chargea Hhe -and
and Creech. This is the oldest troop her nlnua mother returns tQ Mexlco
In Nashville and raised the largest Miss 01mstead return8 t0 the Bethle.
number of recruits, starting with .0 ; hem House Nashvlne( Mi8a Julia In.
and bringing back 63. Three cheers , bouden wI11 have cha of the pia
lor iroop a:
' Troop B, Pleasant Green.
Troop B, of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church, under the command of Capt.
beta.5t5.e. IH'i",? h i W. S. Willis Elected Grand
a very active part in all maneuvers.
Three cheers for Troop B!
Troop C. First Baptist, E. Nasnvme
"Office of Third Ass't P. M. Gen.
Washington, June 2, 1917.
As a measure of economy postmas
ters and post office employees are
directed to encourage the public to
use stamps of the highest denomina
tions suited to the amount of postage
required on all mail. For example,
a 2, cent stamp instead of two 1 cent
stamps should be affixed to letters
needing two cents postage; and a 10
cent stamp instead of five 2 cent should
be attached to parcels requiring ten
cents postage. Co-operation between
post office employees and the public
in tbe sale and use ot stamps of the ,
higher denominations will effect a i
large saving to the Government ln the
cost of producing, transporting, and
canceling them, and will benefit the
public in minimizing the number of
stamps handled and affixed to mall.
This benefit will be especially impor
tant to business concerns mailing large
quantities of letters and parcels, and
postmasters are directed to bring the
suggestion particularly to their notice
Postmasters will cause this sugges-:
tion to be published in thenewspapers
when it can be done without expense
to the Department.
(Signed) A. M. Dockery,
Third Ass't P. M. Gen.
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DON'T FAIL TO SEIi THli
Nationals vs. lilaclt Soxs
(;ui:i:vo(M) park, sumuy
TAKE GRKKNWOOI) CAli
I SPORTING NEWS ffl
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3 0 0 0 3 0
All-Stars 0 0 0 1
N. Indians 0 0 0 0
9 2 27 9 2
Win. A. Glenn, Scorer.
Ground. Miss Lee a former student
and graduate of Fisk class June '1917
also leaves for New York, N. Y;
Information has reached Nashville
Troop C, of the First Baptist ! that W. S. Willis the progressive real
estate and business man ot Waco nas
been elected Grand" Chancellor of the
Knights fit Pythias for the Lone Star
State. This election took place at the
Grand Lodge which closed its session
last week at Waco. The former Grand
Chancellor was Dr. R. S. Prince of
Sherman, Texas, who has served con
tinuously since' he succeeded- Mr.
Lewis Mitchell of Austin, Texas. For
the past several years Mr. Willis has
been the secretary of the Endowment
Board. ' His-enviable record of the
management ot that Board, Is said to
have automatically brought him to the
front for the position of Grand Chan-
Church, E. Nashville, was in line 20
strong under the able command of
W. S. Ellington, Jr. This is the young
est troop in Tennessee but is by no
means the least. It Is Company C
with big C. This troop Is in, a class
all of its own in the manual of arms.
Three cheers for Troop C!
Exhibit and Closing Exer-
June 5th marked another closing cellor. He is of the firm, Willis and
chapter in the history of the above
named house, which begun 4 years ago
in Capers Chapel or once called Jack
son' Temple, this settlement house has
grown until It was deemedessential to
.locate or move to larger quarters
about two years ago. At which time
our supervisor, Miss Estelle Haskin,
who is head of this Dis. and whose
wise council has been a blessing to the
house. - . ' . ' -
To keep physically, mentally and spir
The Colored Yound Men's Christian
Association is Open for Members and
Roomers. Rooms and Shower Baths at
the "Y" Are some of the privileges to
lie accorded for your membership
Which COST ONLY $6.00 A YEAR.
The "Y" building is the coolest
place ln town. It is easy of access. It
An Old Time Play
To' cuples on de flo
Bow ter de lady
Face yoh pardner, desso
Bow ter de lady,
Haid -en foot yo' meet fus
Bow ter de lady
Change pardners, den yo mus
Bow ter 'de lady.
Now tun ter de right en how ter lady
Now tun ter de lef en how right low
Ring rown all de way, bow ter de lady
Ketch yoh lady by de han' en back
Site fo' fom a ring
Bow ter de lady,
Break eway, en den, swing
Bow ter.de lady K"
Hoi yoh holt whar yo'- Stan's
Bow ter de lady
Ha'f way en jine han's
Bow ter de lady.
Now tun ter de right en bow ter de
Now turn ter de let' en how right low i Kid when it comes to playing that
ivuig luuii, a,i ug yy a uuir let ua laujr uui-iiciu,
Ketch yoh lady by he han' en back I The Black Six. will use Mr. Stratton
desso. on tbe Rubber Sun and the Mighty
, Frankle C. Deberry. Nationals says they will give him 2
" 'innings to stay on the rubber, that is,
Mr nA r.JJ R if he will take out insurance in case
mciurvci aiiu vjcucua Mali- 0 d,
You can talk about A. L. C. and the
Great Robe Foster, but don't forget
(he mighty -Nationals, the only team
that ever put Nashville on the map.
President Tabor has gotten one of
the best teams picked for his all-star
that has been presented to Nashville
fans in a long time, including such
nlnyers as Shot Boyd, Charleston
Hurt, Myers, Ware, Stratton, Ellis,
Shatter Williams. Manager Ellison of
the Nationals said Jt was one thing
certain, Neal Boyd is some Wogg, but
lie is proving to ibe'the greatest ball
player on the National's teat Charles
ton of the Nationals is certainly some
Base Ball Dope.
The All-Stars and the Indians play
ed tlie last of the three game series.
the All-Stars 'Winning 5 and 2. The All
Stars took the big end of the series
winning two and losing one.
As Mr. Campbell called the game
Sunday. Mr. Ware and .Mr. Stratton
iiad a short talk the Indians were
wondering what was going to happen
and then in a few minutes you could
see them laying it down and slowly Mr. W. King of tho Champion Sox
walking away. Mr. Witre still crying is playing a great game in right Held
shoot at him cap I am your target, and is hitting the ball hard. He is
Old George Mayberry in the grand one of the most feared hitlers in the
stand having his fun-schafter John league.
i on second, better known as Texas Kid 0
hollering, let him run. I Mr. Thomas Anions, the Sox's utili-
The All-Star hackers in the grand j ty man Is a cracking all round Ball
stand sitting level brim, captain street player and can fill anv position (in
will saye the up-town boys who atop I in short hollering, I'll take him. ,the diamond. He Is from the St.
there many dollars carfare. I I love my sweet heart, but oil you Louis Giants and knows all the points
lane a Data as otten as you please. Nationals, you hard-hitting Nationals, of the game.
you all-round Nationals and soon 0
Manager Ellison has just signed up I H. MeHavoek, of the Snx has not
a New South paw. He Is just ln Irom rounded to born in his fielding, he will
California. The boy is a bird. I strike his stride soon.
Mr. Boyd, the big Negro Ty Cobb, Come on Hub, you aro a star,
of the Capital City League is (level-1 0
oping into an outfielder. The big boy Kid Moorman will pitch Sunday
says he Is no outfielder, but will against the Nationals. He is a great
make all of theil call him Mr. Boyd, pitcher and will ho up among the
leading pitchers of the league.
If It's a tub or a shower, hot or cold
water, you can get these and much
more, all to your liking. Call at once
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION. Cor. 4th Ave., and Ceoar Street.
il Grand Succe
death for the Nationals certainly
An mta trout a nltr-her. Fait. Mvers.
qiiet Urand JUCCeSS. left fielder of'the Nationals .will like-
Held In Dining Room of Colored I ' !r failed ro the Black Sox. All of
Y. M. C. A. the Nationals wish him a great suc-
The most elaborate entertainment cess because he was certainly loosing
aj i i I nvmmil n-ift. V, rt XTtitlnnnla urtth ollnh
Tnnnr Thv bnvn nno nt I Via mnat Bvcr i"'-P"s "y ieiiioiia bio-ifiu"u iUU avUm ....... -----
onor. iney nave one oi tne most . . ,.v,i, , ,, ,,.i, nin0n, ni,gHaDtnr, stroof Vninrhn
beautiful office -buildings in the whole "TV " Zr'fZ ,I m , wi-iinm-
soutjli and Galeda Banquet given in honor 'Shatter, Boyd, Hurt, Ellis, Williams,
t ' of the visiting members of these or- Mama.
Mrs. Fannie Gordon and Mrs. Ethel ' eanized classes who were in the city , Manager Ellison has declared he is
Trimblo wnrA thn PHBfltH nf Mi-a a r. ' In attendance at tne National Baptist ct na ly inrougn whii om siump
days, 815 Tenth,
Ernest Howlett, 20, Chicago, II.,
Manager Ellison Is out trying to
hire some one to fool the Sox out to
Greenwood Park Sunday. Anyone
wishing the job apply at 1110 Grant
BIRTHS st- Samuel Ellison.
Wm. and Ludie Hamnton. 2417 ilr- W.Ulams says If the boys gives
Merry street, girl. ihim h'8 brandy he will sit them down
Erskln and Minnie Bantlev. 2115 i'n oraer.
Herman Street girl.
Mingo and Fannie Scott, 919 Forty
third avenue, north, girl
Frank T. and Olivia Luckutt, Eighth
avenue and Demonbreun, boy.
Jesse and Minnie B. Hill, 50 Robert
son street, girl.
Morgan and Nannie Bishop, 102 1-2
Short street, girl.
William and Mary "Wright, 3909
Delaware avenue, boy.
William and Marlah Wllhoit, R. R.
Standing of Capital City League:
Black Sox 4
B. H. Swifts 1
Mr. Webster, better known as Shot,
has had a trial with the Louisvalle
White Sox, He failed to make good
and is bacta again with the Nationals.
Mr. Ellison put lots of faith in Mr.
Merrilt, The Star south paw of the
Nationals who has just come in rom
California. The kid is anxious to play
and Is suret to make a winner. Captain
Hurt is waking up now and is sure to
make it hot for the boys. Please don't
The Capital City League,
June 17th 1917.
All-Stars AB. H.R.
Sunday School Congress last week, players, nothing is going to ride out
About three months before the date the pure in heart, so good night Mr.
set for the visitors to arrive the class-i Myers and good morning MT. Charles-
Mr. Ernest Dowell la on the sick es of tho city organized themselves cry, you 11 be .rellgiouB bar and by.
list this week. . i .' I U13S3mto a Union with Mir. T. G. Marshall, ton and Boyd and Mama don't you
dinle Willis Sunday afternoon,
Miss Mamie Willis is able to be out
Oscar and Nancy Patton, R. R. 4,
Arthur and Luillle Covington, 373G
Whltland avenue, girl.
Robert and Bessie Haley,
Dan and Maggie Hooper, Clifton
pike, boy. N
Willow Meyers Lt.
To all Sister Lodges:
Make all necessary . preparations to
send a delegate to the grand session
which convenes in Brentwood, Aug.
1. We are expecting each lodge In
the Jurisdiction to send a delegate.
Wo are sparing no pains to make lt
a grand session.
J. N. W ATKINS, S. G. P.
BASE BADL NOTES BKQ WILLIAM
I There was plenty of dope for the
fans to read last Sunday. The dope
P.O. A.E. tbat Manager Ellison had in about his
113 0 jrinOO.OO inflelder mnks the fnnst ston
0 13 0 :iin(1 fhtnk. T wntulnr what that Rlnck
1 Sox inflelder cost Manager Stratton.
" jit must be better than Ellison's, from
u ) where it stands in the clubs percent
u age. '
McGavock ot the Sox is undoubted-
i ly the best fielder in the" league. He
32 10 5 27 9
Nebraska Indians AB.H.R.
W. Bull, C.
1 . 8
i 1 is hitting over the 300 mark and is
a fast base runner and -sure hands It
A.E. back to Ware from any part of his
1 t position.
3 1 The Black Sox's inflelder is built
1 0 ( like a brick wall. There is no way to
0 0 , get it by and if they go over, don't
0 0 fall on that tange foot fly paper on
1 0 , the other side. McGavock, Carpenter
0 0 and Jones is the name of it.