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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1903.
whlii y BADGES -yrr mi m-waw waff pwmwufW1 OT feiifc jitfci-ir-& lj "' AH Styles and Prices. SPORT. fj" METvMOt &9 ::-:3 f . ". v.. ' V VV.' f ' 1 ' ti t" i-rf r ': ,.' UOc are prepared to make all kinds of badges for so d sties and associations a --rices that are as reason zble as can be had any- here. STteVj are made of the bes satin ribbon, stamped with pure gold leaf and trim med with imported gold bullion fringe. x Wr itc us for prices and specifications stating the number of badges you want. With the close of the baseball sea son closo at hand and with all the fans wondering what next, there is a mild reminder that the cool winds of fall will bring out the college boy iu his feet ball togs ready to try his i-ki'l in handling the Pig Skin. It would be a hard matter at this point lo say what will be done by the uni versity in Nashville, but when we look back over the old days we can see many l::ud fought battles and many a victory that would do credit to the 1,i :i t of the brave. Vine is not a citizen of Nashville i , t cannot remember some of the in' id gridiron battles fought here and cr.nnct call the names of some of the boys that were bright stars in those :. One has but to mention foot- bi.ll ;mh1 you are at once loaded down will n.-unos of boys who have won f; ire in the gridiron. It would be impossible to tell just new what the coming season will hi ins in the foot ball world, but be sides the team of Meharry, Fisk and Pe u l Hiih there is a rumor going the rouuds thr.t a strong city team will be placed in the field and that this team will represent the National' Athletic At:i oeiaticn and that they will play ii the teams of the city and try ami make a few short trips away. Tlie miblic of Nashville has been t.iivtly blessed in the line of football and have witnessed some of the best football known to the college world. This' is due to the schools located here, for which the public is grateful. The snort has always been high-class, clean and in every respect a credit to the schools and the race, and we ire hoping this season will bring out nod strong teams for all the schools and that they will be inspired with the same smnt as of old: win ana play hard. This season should bring out more stars than in former days when the team relied on heavy mass k;s to make their gains. This sea oii finds football brought up to the point where it not only requires rtrength but speed and accuracy and above all quick thinking and good dsrment.The forward pass, drop rick, on side kicks and many other finer points of the game make it a nort filled with skill and science. And here is hoping that Nashville will get her share of good hard foot ball. " 7i" ? . Grigg&by and Maberry in a Pitching Duel. One of the fastest and most exciting names of baseball that has been played in the city since the organiza tion of the Amateur League, was played Wednesday evening, Beptem-l,c;- Hi on the Washington diamond. The final score 'was 6 to 518 innings. The game was brilliantly played and not an error made on either side. I he font urc of the came was the pitching of (Irigsby for Fisk Juniors and Ma berry fr.r the Sluggers. Fast fielding by Whittaker, Evans and Licksumo cut off many scores at the plate. Score by innings: . 000103 010 000 000 001 N. N. S 002 20.0 100 000 000 0005 Halt cries: Fisk Junior Grigsby and AHbon. N. N. S. -Mayberry and Mattheus. Summary: Struck out by Grigsy, H!; by Maberry, 9. Bases on balls: lly Crigsby, 0; by Maberry, 0. 3 base 1 it, Whittaker, Grigsby. 2 base hit, Mattheus, Allison, Evans. Sacrlnce it. Evans. Stolen bases, .Whittaker, :-. Evans. 4: Maberry 3. Grigsby, 3. '"( v,l le play, Whittaker to Crawford to V.Usdi to Evans. Time cf game 1:25. !'! pire, Britton. Two out when the winning score A" as made. vl ' M V, Tit tt EUF;M3 TO FIGHT JOHNSON. their mother, Mrs. Margaret Watson, who is verv low. Mr. and Mrs. Cuba Humes, of Green Hill, were the guests of Mrs. So- Dhronia Ilockett last Sunday. Mrs Adline Smith, of Murfreesboro, is visiting Mrs. Sophronia Hockett. Misses Dollie and Lottie Hockett spent the summer in the country. Mrs. Dave Hockett has returned to her school in Elast Nashville. ? 1 , : early history of nashville negroes: The younger generations of Ne groes of Nashville are, to a great ex tent, becoming inquisitive as to the cc nditions existing in this city at the close of the civil war, and to have a knowledge of the hardships they had to undergo. They are coming to real ization of the fact that the progress made can only be judge d by the ac complishments attained. Nashville is a city that furnishes a great field in which to study the Negro of to-day and the Negro forty years ago. - He has wrought nobly along all lines and the generations unborn will be greatly benefited by a knowledge of what their grandfathers did and the price they paid for the lioerty they now have. It is imperative that quick action be taken, for the old heads are clrc pping out one by one, and if the opportunity is let slip it will never return. It is alleged that a society will be organized or that special purpose. f y f T T $1.00 A WEEK i y-3 m I m top a mrnmi 91 13 e s h s X u 9 j wwivc cuiu i iiiiiu $1.03 A WEEK V 4 f y y y y Y y y r And we can sell you at prices less than is often asked fcr cash, I? -- l?cc ttrin inv nthi'f credit stnrp in tnwn. "BUSTER" REMEMBERED BY HIS AUNT. Little D. A. (Buster) Hart, Jr.. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hart of 1726 Jef ferson street, received a package through the mail this week, accom panied with a beautiul souvenir card. Upon investigation it developed that the card and package were from his aunt Ida (Mrs. Harlan), of St. Louis, Mo., and the package contained a beautiful white dress. Little "Bus ter"' was ready to don 'his new gown and proceed to the back yard to make mud cakes, but his mother thought best not to permit. D. A. Jr. was very sick just before he was taken to the country a few weeks asc. but the trin did him lots of good and he is now walking proudly around the yard and will soon be ac companying his father and his two sisters to Sunday-school. V SPLENDID RECORD. Miss Bessie Garrett, of 924 Blank street, who has been teaching school during the summer months near Lex ington, Tenn., 'has returned to the city. Miss Garrett has made a most enviable record where she taught and every one of the patrons of the school regretted to see the term close. So pleased were the parents ofvthe children who attended the school that it is more than probable that the chcol will be reopened after the Christmas holidays and Miss Garrett will be recalled to assume the posi tion of teacher. i y y y 25 per cent less than any other credit store in town. l - I y y X 4fs7 nrjinr; street United Credit Slothing Oo u "Address, Notional Baptist Publishing BoarJ R. II. BOYD. See'y. NASIIVMF. TFNN f23 Second Ave V, : OKN!VES5.. CiQns Articles for World's Cham pionship. Sydney, N. S. W Sept. 16. Jack J( l nfon, t ho American colored pu i 1 : f . lvit-- Finned articles for a fight with Tommy Burns, the American clKMiinion, the fight to take place in thi city in December and to be for tin championship of the world. Burns sai ! today that this would be his last fio-H WHu7 t'UU fbl'-U Concrete, Cedent aJ Craniie Pavements, Coping Steps an- Pcrchss, Tombs:cres and Foot Sc apers, caSi W. E ELLSSOJ, l2i-HthAve,I, riiou Mailt 22JIS. its f i loT'don, Sept. Id. Jack Johnson sii red articles for a fight with Burns at th" New South Wales office here to 'lav ;mh1 booked passage on the stoanxT Orontona for Sydney, sailing on Fiidnv. The terms of the match P'-oviflf that the winner shall receive ?:v;Oio fiid the loser $20,000. LEGISLATION BY PETITION. , We are told t'rat scores is not hun dreds of the best citizens of Georgia have petitioned the legislature, nojv in extraordinary session, to abolish the convict lease system right now, with out waiting two or three years or even one year to elapse before the re form shall be in effect. But from what we can gather from the Georgia press these petitions are likely to fail because of political machinations. It is claimed on the one side that Gov ernor Smith at the regular session, and at a time when he thought there was no possibility of his being de feated for a second term, sinned away his day of grace by obstructing legis lation he is now seeking to force in order to secure whatever credit may be due from the reform of the system for his own administration. On tne other, the Smith supporters declare that it was inopportune, if not impos sible, to have secured the abolition of the lease at the regular session and that the governor is sincere and in earnest now for it. Meantime the extra session has al ready cost the state $3.0,000 or more and this mad fractional fight goes on. The poor simple minded itaxpayer, the meantime being entertained with siren notes of the democratic spell binders "let the peopTe rule!" Geor gia, is democratic; every department of its service and every function of its government being in the hands of and under control of democrats. Why is it the people do not rule in Georgia? Why can fractional poli tics hold up a reform the people de mand in a state where he people rule? It's a good time to think of these thines between the thunderous ais charges of the party's big guns. Chattanooga Times. try out on Nort h Beach a device of his i own invention has his mechanical device safely anchored on the sloping shore of sand and will to-morrow morning give it the initial 'test. The scheme is a new one among chron icled efforts to cause old ocean to yield her wasting power in supplying horse-power. Briefly described, the motor con sists of a 1H tie car that is expected to that has been laid from a point on the shore above the water line to the rolling waves. The nd facing deep water is equipped with a dashboard upon which the breakers are to pound. The force of this collision is expected to send the car gliding up the it rack. Attached to ho chnvo sirlfi of the handcar is a k'l'v-" fcj.v.v twenty-four foot beam which is to be utilized as a piston rod. This rod con nects at the shore end with another car, heavily weighted, which will also run up and clown thu track. The pis ton is designed to take a twelve inch stroke, and whatever excess energy may be developed will be expended in pushing he heavier car up the grade. In theory the big waves will give the cars a long ! ride and the smaller waves a short haul. Gravity is to be relied upon to return the cars to, the scene of activity as the waves recede, and thus the engine win be in readiness to catch and yoke the power of the waves with whatever rapidity they may be able to chase each other over tho sands. A stout, spring is relied ui-on to return the piston rod to the same starting point each time. The motor was tested yesterday, hut net being properly weighted, the dashboard developed a tendency to keep its head and resisting surface Nhnvp the water, but by ito-morrow the inventor expects to have this de fect adjused. . , FATAL FIGHT AT LIBERTY MILLS. On Tuesday afternoon about f o'clock, at Mill B of the Liberty t lUulberrv street and the railroad crossing, William Lytle, about 25 years of age, stabbed Will iam Billups, a fellow-workman, who died from the effects of his wounds in a very few minutes. It appears that Billups gave Lytle a severe thrashing a week or more ago, and it is reported that Lyile remarked at the time that he would fix Billups some day. The battle was renewed Tuesday afternoon, ami during the Ifrnons Lvlle ulunged a knife into nillnns' heart. The latter, .though fa tally injured, pulled the knite trom lii breast and knocked Lytle clown The dying man in an attempt to fol low nn his advantage, suddenly stopped and expired. The body ot the vtnfortunate was taken to the un dertaking establishment of laylor & Co., and prepared for burial. Revs. J. S. Wilson and J. B. Strong of Shelby ville, Prof. J. YV. Johnson, J. F. Fuller of Cedar Hill, Wm. Cannon of Shelbyville, Wm. Underwood of ShelbyviUe, II. P. Pearson of Mur freesbno, T. D. Parrish of Clarksville, A. J. Moore of Cedar Hill, Chas. Cvens of Shelbyville, V. E. Shipp, of Hendersonville, E. M. Seymqur and T. J. Good a 11 of Clarksville, G. T. .breaks of McMinnville, Little Miss Katie Albertine Boyd. The party was o?ie of the important parts of the Convention. .'j bb tia ds Sta Lolly TiCKET OFFICES TJNIOH STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE In Kaxwt? 1 House, Corner Churn Street a,nd Avo., North. PHCr. ?fMU 377 ;',::!.) j r.u- r RYANT TOWN TOWN NOTES. The Sunday-school gave an excel lent oniortainment last Saturday night. Mrs. Mary Ann lloggatt and Mrs. Fannie Shane left last .Monday for Wichita, Kans., as they received a telegram to come to the bedside of NEW WAVE MOTOR. Another Inventor Attempts to Har ness the Bounding Billows. (Santa Monica correspondence Ixs Angeles Times.) it would seem as if wave motors are to appear on' every bounding billow of the blue and briny deep. Now comes J. Wood Torter, o T.OR Anccles. who having secured a. permit from the City Council to . to (Correct c J. January 12,1908.) Leaves V.st j 'J Urthwest Arrim iiic iil. Louis, c.on- :::tv U CotM .-nti eville (!) '2:1L .- 1 ..!"( li. i c k ui a u , l:.2pm 'r,-nr. V':.vrUy A ('-on'. limitation, 8:lH"im ;nia 'J.'iMjVh, r" f,;.lu train J:U&am Ml-'nm ?!!! un1 MieJonan :o!)am M'i; I il AM' !, AST. '! im-l'Nni 1'lorida ?,:l.Am r.hv.i 5 !. . "C'ii-i-Si. i.ouls-. cksonvUto "lifer J 1 ! y .r r . " C oil- i)(.r.: v.:- '.) ol : it branch M-lTpni-t1' iK'.i . okKonvtUo. ! Solid .....,;;..,. . a i. d the 10:&0am i . i (.''.Mfi'i it ii,; ( ) lor M-o'i-vV'.-''- M' 'l:) I''C t v !.. ' m!i'isv;:io, Tiiu'y ..'.! l'iiiisi'ure. lo OO p in i ui.a!" rM A:ominortn- !8:l.nm i i-mi. t'Di'.-vci'Os for Slid! Vii''1. v) :;y i, m( h.r.n.roo.'.'a, Atlanta (::!5am A n-.'iiftU i.ud points 1 1 Vi-i'l- LKP.ANOX TUA1NS. !7:onam I.cb:;i!(n Mixed '.t'i.;i ni-!.cl)ii"uii Fx .!.... :10pm '(liiin liOlK' urn. ,4T.iniiH(l:'.t"'s.i !t:iiin r..lt'i)in iieiiaJion Ai'coin inodaUou . !S:3i)ani "''aily. !I)aily except Sunday. V.. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell IIoue. POWKLL PHILLIPS P. A., Maxwell Hou.so. V. L. HANLKY, Ci. I. A., Union Station. FOB THE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION. nn Tnpsdav morning a special car left the Union station filled with del ates for Ihe National Baptist Con- oniinn uhirli i now in session at U HI ..... X Lexington, Ky. The car went over Ihe Louisville & Nashville Railroad via Rowling C.reen and Louisville. Anion" those in the car were Revs. C. U. Clark. O. K. Wilson, T. J. Town- send, 10. W. D. Isaac, Wm. llaynes, J. (1. Lntt, .1. ('. Fields. T. A. Ijrown, I. C. Sherrol, If. iM. Burnes. n. K. Bry ant, .1. C. Harding. V .M. Lawrence, V. S. Ellington, R. H. Boyd. II. A. Boyd, Mesdames W. If. Flowers, V. B. Broiu-hton, It. H. Boyd. Mary B. Cot. rell, C. Dickerson, F:.nny Hart of Shel byville, Anna Watson of Watertown, Nev- Union Stntion. City Ticket Odlce, 224 Lomili avo., North. 'J.Vlei'lioiit- Mam TftK Leaves. Anivei. r.ouijvilh: F-t CinciiinatL...;! 47am J:Uani l.oiiisvun; V ( iiu'iiMviii... 7:.')fiam 3:27am LouisMi!'! iV- Cinrliii.:c,i H:()0piu 8 35pm l.oui.-viii- Acroii!'oii, if 1:: r:opm a3 Ofipm h'vausviiiu ..; t o ic.tr o s :57am J :05am Kv:tiisvi'!n o- (n u-n V' 7:pm 8:10am ! - v 1'i.svilli; ,V 1,iuis 3:f)7Min 2 :05am iivasvd'fitM. Loins..- a7:Ham a8:10pm Kvansvil! : A M Louis 7H0pm 8:10am IJ.rinir.vliiii:!, Alontyoin cry, ;.i!).i(i iiud New ),!, its 2 :25am 3:.H7ain Ui: Ulir :':l, V. nlltt'Om- ery, ." ; - : . 1 o and New ono'in- b:4.''m 7:25pm :vast;VUl A SwUaVlllo A.; .5 niinodation 3:10pm 10:16am Navivdlft a- iiiirtsnuo r ..miu-' .L.tiou 5:lPpin t7:E0am !!i;,'kuv-v.; u Aron'oda..-a5:4&i:n 10:00am iisUvilKi A'. t'hrUsviue Ai'coni'iiod -it, on 4:lSpm t8:17am N:tshviile V- Ut'calur Av (imnnulation 8:50pm 10:10am O'lUiiubia tV. Mt. r!o:.N: lit.. 8:50pm 7:'25pm CU.Im t:. , Florence, Sh-Uiu.d.is 'l usi unibia. .7:40am 6:00pm ' );uIt. i i oiv e")it Sinuluy. a ft' 'V-.; M. .I'l '.li ( '1 1'-fio-Ptr:et stntion. Train' 'iTivin r.. 4:55 p. m. ruiu from Mt. rii"is.i at oniv. Train r.irivinjr nt 7:45 p in brings connec tions frtn TiiM uiubia and Florence, 11. V.. WAI.I.1S, W. llkh. MUSTAINB, Uibtrict i'abs. Aent. City Ticxet Aent, Why not come to us for reliable FALL CLOT HING. Come y V- right here and choose jost the roit or coat yc want, fut it on, V . Z take it with you, wear it and enjoy it an tne season long ana j & pay while you wear it in small payments of one dollar a week. t Clothing, Hats and Shoes for Men, Women & Children 4 V