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SPORTS AND DANNY KDWAHDS 11KAT10N. ? (ProBton News Sorvlco.) Now York City, Sept. 19.?Danny Kdwarda, Golden West Hantaiu was out-ltoxed last Monday night in thu main event df a 12-round bout at the Oakland Club in Jersey City. Terr> Mali in. of Providence forced the fight ing and appeared to lihve the best oi the bout all the way. f] KID XOIirOIJv WINS OVEIt ANDKIISOX. 1 I Preston News Service.) Boston, Mass., Sept. 19.?Last. Moil- | day night Kid Norfolk defeated Lee i Anderson in a ten-round bout at the i Boston Arena, under tho auspices ot I tlie Arena A. C. Norfolk won by stiff i body punches. Largely to the kidneys 1 and by taking advantago of every op- 1 port unity afforded by Anderson. . i However, Anderson made a splendid showing in tlio early stages of tho fight, taking tho second, third, fourth and fifth rounds, by making a vigorous aggrertive fight and pounding Norfolk about the body. But his unmindfulness of defensive tactics cost hln tho battje as ho permitted Norfolk to land several sledge-hammer blows oe- ] oasionally to the pit of hia stomach ; and to tho kidneys which finally bo- 1 gan to weaken him. Norfolk appeared 1 to be more heady tlttin Anderson ah through the battle. The effect of (ho punishment ln> was receiving fn m Norfolk became quite FOritTll BAPTIST CIIUKCII. Tho Fourth Baptist. Church locatod :U 2Sth and I* Streets, having undergone extensive repairs costing about ?s,noO, wiH hold, ru-dedication services on the first Sunday in October in the main auditorium. Further notice of program will l:e announced I later in tho.-e columns. The Rev. E. Pay no spoke to a capacity house last Sunday morning. WYTHKVILL'* (VA.) NOTES. Mr. .liichard Holiday gavo a roception at his homo, Tho Excolsfjy Lodge in East<Wythovlllo, Wednesday, Sopv.( 13tli, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.J Harper. Tho surrounding la a scene dv ' beauty; the veranda and terrace were well lighted. Miss Maggio Coatcs receiv od tho Kuests. Avhllo Mrs. E. M. Ilv | ibron i/hiycd the role of hostess. Among j tho guests were: Mr. and 'Mrs. Marion : Watkinsv Mr. Goo. Jones, Mr. W. H. i Gilvson, Jr., Mrs. Florence Johnson, i Mr. and Mrs. Ilarvey Reynolds. Missos Ida Clark, Eonsuta Russell, Myrtle Hamlin, Lizzie Scott, Ella Mao fag?, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Longor. Mr. an I Mrs .Clias. Allison, 'Mr. and Mrs. Toney Chaflln. Mrrt. Darren Johnson. Mrs.? Ionian Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hairstrin, Mrs. Dora Seals, Mr. Willie Grundeo, Mr. W. V. Gibson and Rev. T. W. ITehron. Monroe's orchestra furnished music. The guest dispersed at 12 o'clock while the orchestra playcu "Home Sweet Home." An entertainment was given on East Spring street in front of the home of Mr. W. H. Stepteau, by Mrs.! Effie Chaflln and Mrs. Ethyl Hebron, i for the A. M. E. church. It was a sue-', ee.?s. ' Rev. T. D Alston preached two nblo sermons Sunday at the Daptist church. The Daptist church rally has been < postponed until the Second Sunday in October 1022. (Mr. Jas. A. Harper is much impro> od. Rev. W. W. Ward preached Sunday.] ni 1?i? l.^.A.J.i:.. 04..AA1 n* i 1?? i ii ip i iiuiur, in*, i' i ?i ii iv 11 ii nil uui m 1 10., morning ami evening ami all who < lioanl h'tnn enjoyed themselves. < tPVov. W. W. Ward, choir and congro J gallon assisted "Rev. 0. O Wing of tho 1 A. M. K. church Sunday afternoon. ' The services were well attended, while ! tiie spirit of Clod seemed to move ui? 1 on tho hearts of men. ' Mr. M. A. Hill. Mr. Albert Tlolhlav i and Mr. Paul John.con left, for Pine- 1 fiohl. W. Vn., last week to complete t tho M. E. church in which tho confer- ] once is to lie hold during October. | Mrs. Janie Hoard of Olon While. W. j Va., is visiting Iter cousin, Mrs. Kent ' Ha My. > Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Peoples of Aflex Kentucky are visiting her sister. Mrs. ' Kit a P. Shoffoy. ! Mrs. James A. Chapman loft on ' train No. 12 Saturday to visit relatives 1 in Pulaski, Va. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith of Saun j dors Mints, Va., and Mrs. l.-zzie (Mark ' of Columbus Ohio are visiting (heir ( T brother and undo, Mr. Reuben Ho'.i- 1 day. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence llif.l whose ' son was operated upon Saurday and i: Mr. and Mrs. Lenard 11i11 were liKi 1 guest of Miss (Sortrude Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Longloy of John ^ r'ii ? T = I...... .... mill.. illH'l \ K'l II.H IIIWl' son, .Mr. David l,ongley of Richmond. Yn., and other points of inures! in I Hie Eastern soot inn on their return slopped over in Wviheville, and wero 1 I ho guest of Rev. and .Mrs. T. \V. He- ' hron. ' '' Rev. J AV. Will)? of th'o Raillmoro 1 A. M. 10. Conference preaehod at. Deth- ' ol A. M. 10. church Sunday morning ^ from subject: "Healing." At S P. M. : Sub. "Ciod with His People." ^ Mr:. C'has. W. Drown of Speedwell.. 1' Va., was the week-end ?uest of ho:* ( son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam 1 uel W. Carter. Dev. J. W. Wing of (lie Dnltimore. ' conference is visit in/; his scm, Dr. Or. ' Oliver Wing tire beloved pastor of Doth 11 ol A. M. 10. Church. j c Mr. and Mrs. W1/11 io Greenlee gavo P " dinner in honor of Miss Carrie Aus-, u \< in of Memphis, Tenn., Monday,, Sept. V ism.. \ .?-Mr. Theodoro Gibson of Cleveland ? SPORTDOM. t obvious In the sixth chnptor. Anderson had ylowed up cons'.doraoly whtlo Nor folk began to cut loose and could land Jfc tiainmer blown to tho kidneys almost f it will. From tho Hlxtli round until ?& tliHj close of the fiptlanii debate Norrolk luul tho best of the affair. Ander ^ ion was lucky that he escapod a com- "V* [)lcte knockout before the ond of the right. 2 if _? , y I'llK llO.MIvSTlOAI) (JitAYH DEFEAT t IiAXGEl/OTIf. r (Preston News Servico.) ^ Ijangeloth, Pa., Sept. 10.?The Homo ^ stead Grays gave the local team one of the hardest battles of the season her1? A* last Tuesday afternoon and defeated ( 1 them 2-1. Tho local hoys got away to ? u;oo<l start in the first frame when , niarke was touchrd for one run, hut tho Grays panto hack in tlve next inn- ? ing and shoved two across tho homo [ V r>Iate. During tho rest of the ganio nothing hut hollow gooso eggs could ^ t?e placed on tire score board for eith ' ^ er team. ? f ' V IjlflFTY WIIjI.?IAM8 IKJURKI). !? Jl (Preston News Service.) ? Lefty Willliams, recognized as tho loading southpaw in independent Ikiso ftf l>all circles in Wostern Pennsylvania und ISastcrn Ohio, was injured las* X Thursday evening when sliding into a base. His spikes caught in the earth in some fashion and caused his right foot to be injured so severely that ho ? will be out of the lineup the rest of the season . , ?To I X Ohio. is visiting his mother. Mrs. Phoebe Gibson on Main Street. J ^ Tho Grand Rally at tho A. M. 15. Church was quite a success. The ?*? amount raised was $K7R \J ^ I ?? A SPORT WRAP. & An oxcfcisive model In wraps ?or V sport wear, made of Argyle Tweed o with leather trimmings. JJL V ? f )HIO SOCIAL WORK ICRS l'ORM % ORGANIZATION. V (Preston News Service.) ^ Columbus, Ohio., Sept. 10.?On hist ^ Friday there met in this city promi $ uent colored social workers from all V aver the slate for the purpose of clos r co-operat.ion among themselves and ^1^ *lso to make some suggestions to the ? Dlnio State Hoard of Health, which nealt h commissioners were in session it the same time. After an all day con i!erenco taking np subjects of interest j o the colored social workers, sunu resolutions wore prepared and present <,a d to Or. If. II. Snivelv, Director of' ^ .lie Ohio Stale Department of Health,; ? ,vho attended one of our sessions, ask* ^ iik for an increase in the personnel n the Ohio State Department or % lealth. That is for additional colored vor Iters. J. 0. Logan. a colored man has been 11 the office of the State Health Depart ? >? nent. for the past nine months and it, s reported that he has made a comnendahie record in that office as an 'lliciient worker. It is budget making ime and the Negroos of Ohio are try ng to get nurses and colored pliysiians on the staff as well as a lecturer t was the concensus of opjn.'on among he Ki'oup of social workers assembler iere that, it would be of great advant:ve ii> the Negroes of the stale if u >al aggressive educational campaign ould be carried on throughout tfift tate for (Ik* betterment of living conit ions among Xcurocs ' ? t The sonlal workers present decided i o ms.kc this iin annual conference and i moo! next year in Cincinnati. Nim-j <>d II. Alio wnas eleeled president of ! ( conference; (! \V. Thompson.] tkron. Ohio, oxecntivo secretary o*' he Y. M. C. A., there, secretary; lvlrs. !ilda Cabaniss, of the Family Sorv'ce ioci<ty. Columbus, treasurer. The conference was addressed by )r. Snively, Director of the State fit? artmont of Health; Dr. J. 10. llauman 'hief of tire Division of Admiinistriion of the Department of Health; Dr. tijucoo Drown, of the United Stales 'abl e Health Service; .Tames If. Hob ison of the Negro Civic Welfare Com lit tee of the Council of Social Aperies of Cincinnati; Truman Gibson; resident of tlie Supreme Life and Ons alty Company Columbus; Dr. W. .T. Modlin; A. W. Hardy Spring street '. M. C. A. and Miss Alberta Ransom T f the Columbus Juvenile Court. mm THE RICHMOND KLANET. RIOHIM WHEN THE C SOUTHLAI ELIMINA they went into business with the t 41 4 A* j < + * . ^ ana realized that this would tend are regarded as being amongst tti the better class of white people li Financial institutions, well ment. This is why the colored p faults and blunders, the Mechanic thrifty classes of the colored peo] Luke Penny Savings Bank, the S are doing a good business. Colored people have retainei cordially co-operated with the M ness enterprises have done what oir r>nmt*Q/lA ru~ ustll I/Umlaut 111 UUdlUCddi JLIIC help in this time of trouble. The complaining during these dark da The Receivers are now expr< Let them have them. Let us do v normal conditions. p v; I ,, , . - - ! ,,.V.y.-,-- y ; - * i ! 7 ; ; : . ::;-:!? ^ !: : } ' V;: Wk.' ' Vi^l i :;' *. x\ . " ,: \ \ ' j FIRST GERMAN NAVAT, M> ho lino ship Braunschweig, stea' mi up up Tjaorlandsford, on t1 loouvres of tlio German forces s inco tho Worltl War. ~r LONP, VIRGINIA ^ i^\ 3 / M-^B-r^ p^B-^i-%, ?. wa_\-mELU rt.Uh'Lt MD WERE PRACTl TED FROM POLI1 cordial approval of the better class of to make of them better citizens. As a le most progressive in the world. Refar a <v> ~ ** ~ "" 0"""~ iave aided them in business and religion supported, have been built up in this at eople of this community are insisting th cs Savings Bank should be permitted 1 pie have the money or the assets to brii iecond Street Bank and the Commercial d their confidence in these institutions, echanics Savings Bank in its troubles a they could to create sympathy in favor Mechanics Savings Bank has assets, w Depositors are loyal and practically all ys. issing sympathy. They want the pass-l fhat we can to aid in the work of res ,'r" \ :vTT'.*r'Y'.J rr; \ JOH] V* ?$ ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? <^> ?? wiwif?mkaabaan??t%?itbMtaKWL> < ?a? ? ? f??i umimiii h n i lfT VNORUVUBS SIICR TIIE WAR. ONT/V DAIRY FARM 101 ho Norwegian coast, during tho first Naval Roprosontativo John j liomo on tho old milk FIVE I : OF THE | I CALLY | I nr.? I I T T T T T T T T T X white people, who knew $ result, those of Virginia dless of their affiliations ? I X mosphere of encourage- 4 at with all of its alleged j to function again. The ? tig this about. The St. ? Bank & Trust Company ? $ ? t nri * i?i ..i? t 1 mese insiuuuuns nave % ind with the other busi- i * V of the restoration of % hich have done much to ?' i of them have been un- % 4' ' f y T T books of the depositors. % storing the institution to % X MITCHELL, JR. ? V Y <&> 4> ?? T A T t v rtliMWC^;U U^ejaBZVMOBCUM^V HUMMTl'^Xil A/^j vvk'i>irwt v u?HMMUAwotfoj :l CO ' D. Clarko. < f Now York in shown liero quite at stool milking "llos?io" a thorouglvbrod liolstein.