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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903.
r CALL 300S-R L. M. KLEIN MANUFACTURER OF , CAKES, HE nii: Alf orders filled and deliver ed promptly. Special prices on Co.M-i enoNj kv and Ick Ckkam for Festivals and Picnics. CARROLL STREET AND SECOND AYEH'E. (MARKET STREET.) NASHVILLE, TENN, A. N. JOHNSON, THE CELEBRATED UNDERTAKER. The many visitors tot he city dur ing the past several weeks to the com mencements, conventions, associa tions and meetings have invariably visited the Johnson Undu taking Es tablishment and their verdict has been unanimous that it is the most complete in the lnitod States. The master mind at the head of the business looks into every detail and keeps an eye open to every advance move in the profession. The beautiful snowy white Arabian horses; the small child's funeral ear. U a rare innovation which elicits praise at the start. There is a large carved white funeral ear with white, purple and steel grey draping; then th-3 massive, gorgeously carved pile of ebony sculpture forming a funeral car is a dream of artistic skill and beauty. The carriages are the latest in the modern style. Large, roomy, com fortable. These are all served with magnificent matched steeds of rare beauty and form. The harness is always clean and shining The drivers are neat tidy and clean. Not the soiled and sloven sort whose clothes need soap and water; but men in clean linen serve people as they should be. During all the commencement exer cises Johnson's carriages traveled above all the rest. At the various bril liant weddings it was the same. His name is not hunted on his hearses or carriages, but the little children all on the route know them, say so, and are proud to see a man of the race lending. Mr. Johnson's embalming has been the talk of the city. The bodies are beautiful. The sting and horrors of death are banished by the beauti ful and life-like appearance and ele gant surroundings in which he places the remains. Again and again the people are telling it to tteir families that in case of death they want Mr. Johnson. There h.or. r.ot been any business started among oui people Special to The Globe. Memphis, Teun. The Memphis Unions, the crack base ball organiza tion of this city, has been wonder fully strengthened by the addition of three men who formerly played with Nashville and is now putting up a first-class article of ball playing. Eight games are scheduled with Birming ham, the first being played last Satur day, while the last will be played on the sixth of July. The first game of the series resulted in a victory for Memphis. The score being 3 to 2. Batteries: Memphis Boone and Chitwood: Birmingham Taylor and Horace. The second game, that of Sunday, proved a walkover for Memphis. x They batted Patten all over the lot. London held his oppon ents at his mercy. Score; Memphis, 11; Birmingham, 1. Batteries Lon don and Lawson; Patten, Taylor and Macon. After completing this series Memphis will tour Texas. Henry Holder who has been play ing with a local base ball club, has ac cepted a position with the Memphis Unions. Mr. Holder is holding down right field for the Unions and scoops up everything that comes into his- ter ritory. He also has his batting eye onto the game and is lining them out in every game. RAILWAY CLERKS' BALL TEAM. &f 7nn n nn F'T.'.mI ITS Every Size, Every Cut Single and Double Breasted. 020.00 (5$ U U C - ' $15.00 q Values & Full Scock Thin Coats Also Alpaca and Cravanetie Suits SPECIAL SHOE VALUES FOR FRIDAY $3.95 Shoes 92.95 Cluott Shirts $2.00 and $1.50 Values Takes choice of Sfi iind Men's Ox fords tan or black, all sizes and styles. Men's Oxfords selections of ft values all styles and leatherts. $Q i C Men s Oxfords tans only, (i rent est xJ values ever known. Cheap at $3.50. Monarch Shirts $1.65 Men's Vlel Oxfords, all si.es. Always cheap at $'2.50. l'lain or tiptoes. CP A1'8 Indies' KIllon Ties Patent, ip&tO vicl and Tan-SUX) values. $1.98 US 79c $1.25 Values liuys Ladles' Uibbou Ties all regular 5.00 values.. HOSE, Imported 35c Values I5c ON THE CORNfcR 5th AVENUE & CHURCH STREET The Globe is in receipt of a post card which shows the faces of the members of the Railway Mail Clerk's Base Ball team of St. Louis, Mo. The made. There may be several men on Clobe is indebted to Mr. W. Harding, the supplementary list who should of 12u3 Cottage avenue, St. Louis, Mo., change ulaccs with those on the first tor this card. list, but even if thev did it is hardly The team looks good on paper, and if probable that it would add much to the appearance counts for anything the point getting ability of the team as a railway boys of St. Louis have one of whole. A careful comparison of the the best base hall teams in the coun- results of the American and British try. J. IN THE LEE STILL WINNING EAST. Jockey J. Lee, the little black whirl wind who was reputed last year by some of the leading race horse men in the West as an accident, is proving be yond doubt this season that the men who were knocking him were preju- try-outs would seem to indicate that there are few events on the Olympic program in which our men will not score. Our greatest handicap will be the change in climatic, conditions. The distance runners will suffer most, but. these are the events in which we are weakest, and consequently the score will not be greatly affected. Records show that we have a good chantfe to Crave Kentucky Colored Man Awarded mcuai for Heroic Conduct. Midwav. Ky Friends of Mr. ueo. Louisville & Nashville R, H, if 1 i'litt r 1' o ! Voi'V 1 aa liwl crr' A Cone y Island last Saturday he won the wm- Ule m in4lth f e nnnlaiieo nf nil -Hmiroro f rMl Wo... SPl'lllting Squad IS tll6 Strongest this rcauEhip who saw his masterly ride on'. "ll,rI! , V'"l Sir Martin in the classic Great Trial "'.'"v ,J- ." oioi-.f. M ee snouui tawe uoou care ul uic Sir Martin, carrying the colors of Wiarter-uiile dafh. John 13. Madden, carried off first hon- oss in the $25,000 Great Trial stakes. SAVED WOMAN FROM ASSAULT. A length and a half away from Sir Martin was Fayette, his stable mate, and the Keene star, Helmet, was a m-iti oeninu rayette. lhe race was a bumping match from which has proven such a necessity in start to finish. The one most affected Wesley Combs, the colored man who a. great while. The people readily was Fayette, who was almost knocked went to the rescue of Miss Lula Pow- appreciate it and thus we easily see to his knees coming around the bend, ell and saved her from a brutal attack why the majority of the people are Helmet was the offender. As they by a man, Sherman Powell, on May 1, securing Mr. Johnson to serve them, swerved into the stretch. Helmet will present him with a gold medal Polite, efficient, careful, painstaking, swerved towards the outer rail and and a purse of money. The medal is jirtivdln roTmidprntP skblfnl nnd nn- carried I'avette. Robbin and Sir Mar- on evhilition here. On one side it tient. are some of the personal attri- tin with him. When they straightened says: "Heroic Conduct Medal. on out luiiiut still kent bearing asrainst the other side "l'resentea to ueorge Fayette and it looked as if the inter- Wcslev Combs by the people of Wood ferenc e would cheat Madden out of the ford County, Kentucky for his heroic valuable nirse. When Lee, who rode act in rescuing a young lady from as- Sir Martin, saw that the race was in Uault on May 1, 1908." His act has jeopardy he shook up his mount and been reported to the Carnegie Hero -Making his whip at his mount, he Commission. The medal and money (lew by the leaders and saved the day. are the trifts of the white residents of Lee's generalship in this race was pro- Woodford. Sherman Powell, the as nounced by the old followers of the Uqiiant. lias been sent to the peniten- course to be the best seen in the East tiary for life on his confession tor many years. This is the fourth consecutive stake 3:fi7:nn a7:H0uni ..7:l'M'ni ...:! :inm ...8 4 'am ... 3 10pm .. 5:U'im u."i:4fjiii) nivf f.Tam x n.pm aS Oojun i:0..nin HI nam :ii;am a:10pni I 8: Ilia ni 'i :Ham Iw 15;nn t7 ridaiii 10:0i)iim .... 4:15pm tS:l7nni 8:ropin 3:5ipm 7 :40am . in: main 7:'25pm 6:00pm but es which added to the most ele gant equipment, are reasons why peo ple who w;.nt the best employ Mr. Johnson. IN HONOR OF MRS. JS. BOND. Mrs. James Bond, wife on Dr. Jas. Bond, former pastor of Howard Church, was highly entertained dur ing her stay in Nasnvrtle by Mrs. Lucinda Peyton on the evening of June 23. At the hour of G:30 a four- New Union Station City Ticket Oilice. Fourth ave., North. Telephone Main Tfts Leaves. Louisville & Cincinnati 47am Louisville K: Cincinnati .. 7:fifiani liii8ville .V Cincinnati... 8:D0pm Louisville Ac.com'ofla ali:ipm liirausvilU- & Chicago ::f7am Kvansviile tic Chicago .. 7:4opm ICVUUSVIIlt! & M I.OUIS... 10 vaiibvillc A St Louis... Kvansviile A t Louis.. liirniingliani, Moiituom ery, Mobile and New Orleans IliriuiiiRhnni, MAntgnns ery, Mobile and New Orleans Nashville & Scoltsville Acc mmodation Nashville & Hartsville Aceoinmodation Mopkinsville Aficoni'oda. Nashville & tiarksvuie Aceoinmodation .. Nashville & Decatur Ac commodation - Columbia & Mt. IMej.o-int Columbia, Florence, -Klietiie 6, Si Tutcurnbia Dailv. tDailv excert Suuclav a Stops at North Coll' Ke-street station. Train arriving at 4:6ft p. m runs from Mt. Pleasant oniv. Train arriving at "M.'.ji m brings connec- tiOB ?riVi TitrCii Ttiuia tiiiu i: ivVcim'. it. c WAt.Lis, w. Hal. mustaink , ; District l'ss. Agent Citv Ticket Ag. nt. B. H. Gray, Rellfcle Xnllor. Ladies' and Gent's repairing a Specialty. W:.Ml!Hi, DYEIM A5D PSKSS'.R 410 Jo Johnston Avenue. USE IDEAL HAIRTONIC. If you wish a good healthy head of Hair. Si. L By. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Churcn Street and 4th Ave., North. PHONE MAIN 377 2: 1 5 pin K:uupm- course menu was served. The table jn which the Madden pair has run one was beautifully decorated with flow- two, and 'in these events they have ers. The invited puests were Miss Mattie Wade, Mesdanies 1. I Moore, R H. Gray, Mollie Kueker, Maria Purdy. Clark, Messrs. V. B. Vassar, Rev. Lake Imes, D. Giles, S. R. Peyton find L. Rucker. (Col l ected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest A rrhes 7:00ain xMeniphls, lick man, Pa- 3:35rni (lucah, St. Louis, con conueits for Conlrevlllo (!) raducah, Hickman, l:Kpm JackHou Waverly Accommodation, 8:(K)am "Dixie Flyer" aolid train J:00am to St. i.oum. ll::50pm Memjilils and Hickman H:50am SOUTH AND 10 A ST. 24am Chicago and Florida 3:13am Limited. y:30a m-St. I, o u i r - Jacksonville 0:5&pm 'Dixio Flyer." Con nections (!) lor all branch ii nc points. 12:17pm--Chicago, Jacksonville.... 3:2Cpm "Dixie Flyer." Solid train. Dining cars. 3:30p m-Chaltanooga and the10:&0am K;ist. Connections (!) for Shelby vllle, Sparta, Fayett ville, Uuntsviille, Tracy City, South l'ittsbmg. !(i:l)0 p m Tullalionia Accommoda- !8:15am tloii. Connects for Shelby-ville. 'i)::iO p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:3T)ain Augusta and points be yond. I.KUAN'ON TRAINS. !7:iM)ani l.ebanon Mixed !ii:2-")a m I ifbanon Kx press MaKipm Lebanon Accommodation !r:UUm Lebanon Aceoinmodation . !2:10pin !ii:4(i))iii !S::i0am SUDDENLY PASSES AWAY Miss Melissa Green, of Twelfth ave- earned $no.OOO for their owner. nue. North, who was suddenly taken Third race. C furlonsrs Sir Martin ill last Tuesday at two o clock a. m. 120 (Lee). 2 to 5. won: Favctte 129 departed this life at G p. m ot tlie (Miller). 2 to 5. second: Helmet 122 sanve day. She was a loving and ar (N'otter). .'. to 2. (hied TiniP 1-15 feet ionate vounff woman, and had a llos Fenton, Bobbin, Esperanta ran. REV. GEO. W. MOORE RECEIVES DEGREE OF D. D. Howard University, Washington, D. C, conferred the degree of Doc tor of Divinity upon i tv. Geo. W Mooro at its last comnif-nceinent host of friends who will regret very much to hear of her sad death. She professed a hope in Christ eleven years ago and joined Mt. Zion Bap tist Chuieh, after which she became a member of the choir and a zealous Chii-tian worker, taking an active TWO NEGROES OH THE OLYMPIC TEAM. When the steamer carrying the American Olympic team to London pulled out from New York every Negro ,a- t in everything that was of interest hf'flrt in fhie rnimtrv ivbn waa cntr. I L . u ... w.l T"tir funnrnt oorvlcpu T..,. f AfAnrn i'na frr tv( vfnrQ . .... . .. . - . I lv 11 1 ,v. - - rnzaiit or the tact that two members of Wor0 held Thursday afternoon, con- Professor Of Biblical History ana lAl- thf-ir own rnr-P worn in tbp list roinicpd 4.1 i. i a A Atothvuc acsitpd erature in uowaui ijiiiu Miy aim u hat vmlt ia(1 bepn awardeu. LeRoy iiv U,v Jones and Shelby. for Hie last, sixteen j?ais ueen bu- Holmes, of the University of Chicago, Mlss nreen was also a member of peruueiKuuH 01 mo v,uiiifftuionu an(1 j. j. Taylor, of the University of Church work in the Jsouin. miner me Pennsylvania. W. 51. SEVIER. II. !., Hi. 0., 707 Ewing Ave., NASHVILLE, TENN. auspices of U.i 'American Missionary America's prospects of winning the! Association, with headquarters in Olympic championship in track and field athletics in the stadium at Lon don this month are now brighter than ever. The selections made by the American Olympic committee leave no room for criticism. The American New York and residence in Nashville. MARRIAGES. Dai'id Parkson and Mary E. .lames John Everett and Beulah Carney Willie Cook and Mary Rogers. Lee Williams and Hat tip Watson. Edtar Frierson and Amanda Ed mondson. Elwood Allen and Amanda Sharpe Fred L. Iteed and Lillian II. Frank lin. F.nrnost II. Kirk and Theola B Owens. ho Household of Ruth. She leaves to mourn her loss a mother, father, three sisters and two brothers, otner rela tives and a host of friends. The pall-bearers were Misses Willa 13. Dodson, Hat tie Jones, Fannie Aus tin, Carrie McGavock, Ella Rucker, .Tanie King, Lula Johnson and Willie Karlv. Interment was at Greenwood team is a truly representative one, Cemetery. every part 01 tne country, irom massa- .1 ... . a a a ri-iic f Jl (iiuseus to uamornia ana irom muni- ..i- mcddm i occinisjct run tn Tuvns hnvinr' mnmlifra nn it Colb-e Hthlptes. both zradualo and nn- Npws has been received at the Globe - i - n i . . , s4 it tl 1 dpr-rrndiintPs liolrl nn Imnnrlnnt ulnrP Otlice that Hr. J. U. IMCUlll iidh i . nnd Ibia will nrnbalilv 1P nlpnci nfr tn Uisned the presidency of Fisk Univer ha nvUnn fnv thnv knmv that tbPcpUitv. Prof. I. V. Coblcigh was called iY,pn bpion.r' tn tbp hiirhpst rlas of over the telephone and asked as to the . , '' u r.'iur and lUntHp tt Mc. nmntPiira tVmmrh it enn Knfplv i-.p said truth of the statement and he. said it. iviou.o iw. - " . bnt not n tnnn nn thp vninid tonm Was true, iiecuum ion ic ujr iv. t I a 1, ..rft.Jd t Vtc on nnnCCMl' Mfl hears the sligntest taint. 01 proiession- as to wnu woum u !.- nuvc... . . t- i l i r...M-, tt i t r n q vp n n v unnw ipm u p in m..t, TUnUio Hfrtmnnr . or ranerson a ism. uuu mr.i -- luin. iii'iniv . ... .... ctrert left, the city .Monuay morning ui me seveniy-sis atnieu's pn neu 10 i I t m I . . !i J. 1 1 for Louisville Kv.. to spend two or carry tne stars ana biripos u is naru three weeks with friends. to see where any bad mistakes were Donald. CLAIRVOYANT AND ASTRO LOG I ST mm to grave. Given niuiK's Id fill lot those you have vt will marry; causes h o p j y marrlaRe to tlioHpyniKliflre; llIlllt'RthOHOHCp- aruted (never fallH).. If you lire In tlculit nx to the outcomi of nny umler taklng In biiHl pesR, poelal or iloincstlo life; elcknenfl, di vorces, Hcpura- llona.iawsultji, loHt or atpnt rrlpnds Intont you; If you desire to liavo your domcHtio troubles re moved, your lost love returned, cotiHult or write me. ou will be advised the best vay t-o Buocieed. Feo fl.m). Tatrons attended to In nil parts of the world. iA-tters of Inquiry answered on receipt of two 2c Btamps. Oneycnr'8 prediction free. Send birth dntes, two 2c. stamps. nD C DC DDV '402 W. Dauphin Street UKl ! rtlinl Philadelphia mam Wilt imm$3 Paily. !lally except Sunday. V. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Mux well lloiuse. POWKMj PHH.I.H'S, P. A., Maxwell llollHC W, !,. PANLKY, U. V. A., Union Station. VI ave Your HOUS PLANNED AND BUILT MIOSES LMISSAGK ARCHITECT and GUILDER Personal attention yiven Plans, S)e mentions and Superintending. ROOMS 1 Zs 2 NAPIER COURT, f Prof. Robert Gordon, Painless Corn Doctor, No Cut-No Blood. llOli llitli Av, 5. I'lione Slain 31, INoshvllIe, ... Tenn. the Intention until Dr. Morrill made the fact known at the general board meeting in New York. Dr. Merrill has been connected with Fisk University for nine years. His first year he served as financial agent. Then when death removed the late Dr. Cravath, Dr. Merrill was appointed acting president. His services were of such character that at the end of one year ho was elected permanent presi dent. The people of Nashville will re gret to lose Dr. Merrill, and he is said to have expressed his regret at having to do so, but felt that his health de manded the action he has taken. - Mrs. Mary Dransford, mother of Mrs. Amanda Brooks, of 504 Fourteenth ayenue, North, is very sick. y