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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY. .HWE 12. 1&0S.
CALL L. M. KLEIN MANUFACTURER OF m), cms, m: am All orders filled and deliver ed promptly. Special prices on CoNFtciiONi.KY and Ice Crkam for Festivals and Picnics. CARROLL STREET AND-SECOND AVEU K. 'MARKET STREET.) NASHVILLE. TENN, ARADE FOR LODGES. 1 ma PLATf ? We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners ts per illustration given above, at prices iccording to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $."() to $7J; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from $135 to $260. Specifications furnished on banners at any price desired. :: :: :: ... ...vr- ... 1 I PLATE 2. This snows a very popular design for . U. O. of O. F. Lodges. .Front made rf white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur &in, of red silk. Fainted in gold leaf und oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold laee, fring f tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, woodcrof lar, iriu cover and holster. Prices IQ tv. the abe Banners will 1$ made for any other orj1 'on at sania prices, changing emblems and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: '1.1 HI I For further information wr'.ie to National Baptist Publishing Board. R. H. BOYD, Secretary. " 3 Second Ar, K. NwbvUl Tnn (Hp Ivx. . , I. Si ; ni bSlfc' "'--,-.ifev ' - iSM L . i r 4.1 ' jl G.L.O.ofO.F ' i SPORTING NEWS Dy Leon. J. LEE, THE MIGHTY ROOM." "MUSH- JoiUpv J. Lee, the little whirlwind, ho sprang into prominence last year by his success on the race tracks in the South and West, is attracting much attention in the East this season by his success in the saddle. About the middle of the season of 1907, while Lee was riding at Latonia. the local press was criticized for lavishing so much praise on. the little black boy. Some men who are considered good author ity on race matters went so far as to i all him a "mushroom;" another re ferred to him as "an accident;" but despite all this the little black artist is the sensatiou of the East this year. Last week he. added to his long list of victories the Parkway, handicap one of the classic events of the Gravesend meeting, and another big stake. Lee is going along at a great clip, putting one and two under the wire first every day. Last year the charge was made that there were no first-class jockies in the West, and that if Lee had such boys as Dugan. Notter. Miller, Mus grave. McCarthy and others to con tend with he would not stand a ghost of a show. But Iee is now winning ever)' day from these same boys and with the same ease that he did from the western boys in 1907, which proves conclusively that he ranks among the best Jockies in the world to-day. He is a very young boy yet and if proper ly handled will some day be the pre mier Jockey on the turf LETTER FROM SAN ANTONIO. The original of the following let ter and other information may be found at the Globe office: San Antonio, Tex., June 2, 1908. Sporting Editor of Nashville Globe: Dear Sir I beg to state that the Black Bronchos, who claim to be the fastest team of balltossers in the South, are anxious to arrange a se ries of games with the Giants of your city and will thank you for informa tion leading to corresponuence with their manager. Already we have scheduled New Orleans, Birmingham and Memphis, and would like to make, a match with Nashville. Any miormation you can give will be highly appreciated by Yours, CHAS. BELLINGER. Mgr. Bronchos. 524 E. Commerce street. GANS GOING BLIND, SAYS HARRY I TUTHILL. j Joe Cans is going blind. The eye sight of the wonderful Negro who xteen years has been a mighty fig ure in the prize ring, is gradually be coming afflicted. He knows it but sughs heedlessly. I can whip any of them doing justness now with only one ey2, so what's the use of worrying?" he maintains. Harry Tuthill, at .present trainer for the Detroit Tigers, who trained 'Young" Griffo, Corbett, McGovern and many other famous boxers of note, is authority for the statement that the black champion's eyesight is weakening. "I met him down East some weeks o," declared Tuthill, "and noticed that he could not see very well. I commented on it and he admitted that his sight was weak. Gans is pretty well fixed now and he appar ently intends to clean up all the money in sight before it becomes too late." First Sign of Age. So it. is that the first sign of age is shown in this physically wonderful man, who has seen the greatest of fighters pass and leave him alone, conqueror of all his class. "Joe Gans is the great wonder of the athletic world to-day," maintained Tuthill, who has made a lifelong study of fighters, ball players and other athletes. "He has the most re markable constitution of eny athlete I have ever studied, and I have seen them all. "Other men have lasted not as long as Joe Gans, perhaps, yet almost as long but they always took care of themselves. Joe Gans never did until recent years. He has gone hungry many and many a day, he has 1 .fen punished in the ring and he has tillered from every form of illness ordinary mankind suffers from. He has enjoyed himself with every ex cess money could seciire. He has gone through the mill until made wise by age, and still retains all his vitality and strength. He says he could whip any of them now with one eye. Joe could take any of them and beat them with half aD eye. Knew Nothing of Game. "I knew Joe Gans before he started on his remarkable career as a prize fighter. He knew nothing about the science of the game and could not hit. He was just a fast young kid. From that he slowly developed until to-day, ! Mi-ring his eyesight, he is better than I.;1 ever was. ,h)P h;is inon.'v now end nas learned his lesson. He is keeping It. Don't believe these stories that he is broke, fcr he i;-n't. He is making his last campaign, I think, to cloan up all he can before he cleans up for good." T. Clay .Moore, Agent for the Boyd Building, is having the building en tirely renovated and papered through out. Handsome offices and furnished or unfurnished rooms for men only. Under the new management the build ing will be kept tidy and clean, suit able for first-class tenants. None but those who can furnish references will be rented any part of the build ing. . DAY HOME The Day Home Club will have a meeting at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Napier, on Thursday, June IS, at 3 o'clock. All members are ; urged to be present. STATE INSTITUTE. The State Institute, which is in session at Fearl High School is being largely attended. It opened Monday with an enrollment of two hundred teachers. The instructors are deter mined to make this institute a de cided success. A Globe representa tive visited the High School building cne day this week and was very much impressed with the work and the order in which the Institute is being conducted. A CARD OF THANKS. Miss Westelle Burns, who ha3 just tecovered from a severe illness, wish es to thank her many friends for acts kindness shown her during her illness. GREENWOOD PARK. The grand stand at Greenwood Park when completed will be one of the finest in the South. It is over two hundred feet long and stands upon one of the highest points in the com munity and will accommodate thou sands of people. The building will be completed by July 4, and will be opened with a game of baseball by two crack teams, one of which will come, from abroad to play one of the vtrong home teams. MRS. ESTHER ROBERTSON PASSES AWAY. Mrs. Esther Robertson, who re sided at 621 Webster street, died Sat urday morning. 'Mrs. Robertson had been sick for a number of month?, and bore her suffering with Christian bearing. She was for a number of years a member of the First Baptist Church, East Nashville. "Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon from her church, Rev. S. E. Griggs of ficiating. Mrs. Robertson leaves one daughter, Miss Annie lionise Robert son, one son, husband, mother and numerous relatives, who will mourn her loss. HELIOTROPE CIRCLE. The last meeting of tho Heliotrope Circle was with Mrs. E. D. Richman last Friday. Late in the afternoon refreshments were served by the charming hostess. Miss Beatrice Taylor furnished music for the occa sion. Mrs. Wm. Royster was the truest of the Circle. Owing to the illness of several of the members only a tew were present. Those present e-'- Mams S. V. Lofton, J. H Franklin, S. T. Shelby and J. S. Mc Kay. NOTICE. Attorney G. F. Anderson, of Cedar street, Boyd Building, moved to 408 1-2 Cedar, Rooms 5 6 Brown Building. 419 has and DEATH OF MRS. SUSAN HARRIS. Mrs. Susan Harris, who lived for many years at 419 Jo Jchnston ave nue, died Monday morning after a brief Illness. Mrs. Harris has a large circle of acquaintances in the city and was loved by all. She was a de vout Christian and for a long time an active worker in St. John A. M. E. Church. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon. Miss Madeline Dunlap, of 1821 Jef ferson street, Is spending a few weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Dunlap, of 41 Wharf avenue. Mr. Fred J. Ewing. of this city, who for some time has been a linotype operator at Tuskegee, will arrive in this city on June 29. Mr. Ewing will probably stay a month in Nashville. Miss Ladye R Stringer and- a friend i were badly frightened on Wednesday evening while passing through Fourth avenue, North. On the sidewalk they saw a boy lying at full length. He did not move a muscle and the young ladies thought he was dead. All at once the boy jumped to his feet, and the screams of the women were heard a long distance. A policeman after learning the particulars forced the young gentleman to apologize for his S conduct. .it 1 .mm 1 I Xt 'i i, v.- - K. O.Co. ami hiqhest clttss Alden of shoes P. M .1 V : 111 416 UNIOIN STREET Bitf Bargains in O ds and Ends at Our Old Stand, Arcade Fifth Avenue, at prices that cannot be duplicated, TEUEPH ONE ; ORDERS 0 u . u ICE CREAM and SHERBET SPRCIAL ORDERS TAKEN FOR PICNICS and PARTIES Factory anil Parlor, m Jefferson St., Tlione Main 1920. G-12-08-U J .... ........ -.-,..-?; . r"" THE STOVE PEOPLE Lcuisville & Nashville R. R. New Union Station City Ticket. OfUce, 24 Telephone Main 768 Fourth ave.. North. Leaves. it Cincinnati ... 3:47ani He Om-iiin.-iti .. 7:Mnm S; (JiiM'iniiMti... 8:(Kpm AriiTd 2:t.)am IjOlllbVlIlt' Lomsriiie LouUviIk K 30pra I a3 06pm I lO."am H.luam i :05am i Lo in v 1 1 1 1 A ceo in-' i I h al,':Ji pin kranswlu-ri: t 'liicueo... Kvaiisvnlf .V Chicago Kvansvill A St l.tiuib... Kvansville . m Loins... Kviinsvillf & i Loin . . Uirminghiiiii, Montgom ery, iMobilt? auil New Orleans . ... ...it:diani 7:4opm . . 3 :57m in . a7 :30am ...7:40ra as:l(ipm ' 8: loam ..2 :25am :i::i7am ItiiHiinphani. Mnt)(oni erv, Mobile and New Orleans 8 4,am 7:-'5pm iu:15um t7 :5()ani 10:00am Nashvilli A Srntuville Acc mmodaiion . .. Nji-hville ft Hartsville Ai'roinmoilation llupkiniivillc i'ioin'odit. Nashville ft Cliirkville AcCOIIMllOlt Itllill Nashville H e:itiir Ac- cum mortal ion Columbia & Mt IMei. nt Columbia. Klornice, hctlle d. .t Tiiscinnliia . 3:l0pm 5:10pm a6 :45pm 4:16pm tti:l7am 8:50 pm 8:50pm 10:10am 7:26pm 7 :40am 6:00pin D.iilv thallv except Sunday. a Stops Ht North Colli (re-street station. Tram nrrivinir Ht tp.m. runs from Mt. IMeasant oniv Train arriving at 7:4. p m brings connec tions from Tuscuinhia and Florence. K. C W'At.l.lH, W 1 1 A I.. MU8TAINE , District Pus. Airent Citv Tickf I Asr nt B. H. Gray, Reliable- Tailor. Ladies' and Gent's repairing a Specialty. f LEASISG, IUEIM Al PRESSISG. 410 Jo Johnston Avenue. Have Your ry -TT-i TUT A T 1 PLANNED AND BUILT GLIOSES LMISSACK ARCHITECT and BUILDER Personal attention pven Plans, Specifications :ind Super intending. ROOMS 1 y 2 NAPIER COURT. A meeting of the delegates to the Grand Lodge K. of P., was held Friday night. Only business incident to the trip to Clarksville was transacted. Uo Are Showing Everything in Nobby, Drossy Footvoar Tan. Colonials, Buckles, Pumps for Latins, Misses and Children. v Bovs Stet- For Men and son, f. & M., Wright's" brands, which represen t tre money and brains can produce. praiey o 9 and 12 C RROW FTLY FILLED. n n TRY A MOMOGRAM STEEL RANGE They Bake Better Than Any Other Burn Coal or Wood and Do the Work With Ease. CAS, GASOLINE AND COAL OIL COOK STOVES At Jones & Hopkins Llfg. Co. 207 THIRD AVE , NORTH iJ.,G.cs St.L.P.y, TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION. BROADWAY CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Churh Street and 4th Av., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00am Memphis, Hickman, I'a- 3:85pm ducah, St. Louis, con ronuects for Centrevllle (!) 2:15 pin-l'adncnh, Hickman, l :32pm Jackson KWIOpm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00ani 8:00pm-"DtxIe Flyer" solid train J:05am to !St. Louis. . ll:30pm-Memphl8 and Hickman 6:50am SOUTH AM) KAST. 2:24am Chicago and Florida 3:13am Limited. - , - a:30a m St. Louis- Jacksonville 0:05pm "Dixie Flyer." Con nections (!) for all branch line points. 12:17pm Chicago, Jacksonville 3:20pm "Dixie Flyer." Solid train. Inning cars. 3:"i0 p m Chattanooga and the lU:50am lOast. (Connections (!) for Shelby ville, Sparta, Fayett vllle, HuntsiHle, Tracy City, South Pittsburg. !fi:00 p in Tullahoma Accommoda- !8:l!)am tlon. Connects for Slielby ville. All.OA .ii......... . . . . .... ji in v iiiiuuuoogii, rtiunu ti:.soam Augusta and points be yond. 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