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7 BISHOP EVANS TYREE IN THE RECENT SESSION OF THE PHILADELPHIA CONFER ENCE. By Rev. J. m. rainier, Official Sten ographer and Reporter. Whatever hop Coufcr- the ninetv- icadership .merited the re-co-operation of a Ringle excep doubtcd for one misaivinss anvonc mnv c mm vitn reference to B? -" ouuiiy 10 noia ana manage rnuaoeijjhi or '-Mother ?nce the deed is done iAin session is over, and on al sides comp'inients are bcir.g heard with re- karu to every phase of his and maiiatemrTit. How It Was Done. First That a Christian gentleman was coming t0 the First District ot the A. M. E. Connection, with an unquestioned record of integrity and . success, - needed no herald to proclaim. beccndly That he epeet, sympathy and every minister, with lion, has never beeii , foment. Thirdly That he would be equal to the emergency in dealing with the proboms of this Conference ard of this district, was the belief of both the men who voted for him in the Episcoral Committee at Kansas City, and those who preferred another'. And if Bishop Tyive ever entertained the least feeling of resentment to ward any man who may have dis favored his coming, he was ton hrnnri ana liberal-minded, too Christ-like in oeart and principle, to allow it to in fluence him in his treatment of such upon the Conference floor, or in making appointments last Mondav afternoon. The Situation a Problem. That the situation here was a prob'em was patent to any man liv ing here; and being confronted with actual conditions. Blunders, differ ences, disputes, bickerings, feuds and bitter strife have been the order during the past four years, never so much if at all, the fault of the silent and honored dead, whose inner soul and character were as pure, chaste and innou.nt as any man's who lives But the District fell into the hands i Kurewtt ana designing fellows, sef-seekers and self-promoters, grad uates in the craft of low-ward poli tics, whose manipulations plunged the district into chaos. Bishop Tyree faced this situation fearlessly and at every point with an eye single to the glory of God and the advancement of his kingdom. He showed patience, consideration and charity. He heard every man "for his cause" and "was silent that he might hear," then with character istic firmness ; (yet forbearance) he gave his ruling or decision upon some of the most vexatious ques tions that have come before the Phil adelphi Conference in twenty-five years, and from no one of them did any man dissent, demur or appeal. At the rear of the great congrega-! tions could be heard from the lips! of representative men and women ! irom every church in and about! Philadelphia, sentiments like this- j "That's a Bishop," "Go(f bless that man," and "The Lord's come back I 10 us sure. He enters the church for the open rng of an afternoon session, he falls on his knees in prayer at his pulpit, and a conversation is heard among ministers nearby saying, "When, Oh when, have we seen it on this wise'" He sings God's praise, as financial re ports are being rendered, until men and women are kindled into ho y joy. He never showed anger and harsh ness or vindictive treatment toward a singe man.. Every story of suffer ing appealed to him. and no man was more ready to join in the sug gestion that offered relief. He preach ed, as preach he can, and the thought Of that Ordiliafl'nn eormnr. "f!n. and peace with God," will abide with the multitude that heard it while thought and memory last. He made appointments and there were neither" mtitterings nor rebukes. Some got smaller work, of course, than they may have expected; but they expressed themselves as being wi ling to wait on such a man of God, untn it may be possible for him to no better. He kept Chester with the universal love and esteem of the ministers of four Conferences and the people of Chester City, who are now anxious for the' time when he shall return. Your correspondent extends con gratulations to his friends in Ten nessee and ventures to assure them on behalf of the A. M. E. Ministers of the First Episcopal District, that the coming four years will, if pos sib e, be the greatest in the history of the A. M. E. Church. other records my family. examined it, as it has ot interest to me an s:!i'jt.Ti'!y yours, JAMES KOGER. Bishop Tyrre, in a modest and forgiving spirit, says: "This letter was. nddrpsspri tn mo by a man who was my you'ng master j at, the tim? of my birth and sprang i a surprise upon me of unusual char jacier." First, he did not know that ! his once young master lived any- I whpr nn earth. Secondly, he says, j "I did not kiiow that he knew that I I lived anywhere on earth, and third- ly, I did nor think that he would care if he did know nnvthine- nf mv whereabouts; but to my agreeable surprise, he seems to have followed BISHOP TYREE A UNIQUE CHAR ACTER. Bishop Evans Tyree, is not only a useful man in the work and councils of the A. M. E. Church, but is both unique and interesting in his history and personality, as the following sketch will show. Until a. few venro ago, his birth was reqorded August 19, 1854, but having received the fol lowing letter he finds himsevif just one year older than the record from which he has been reckoning. Taducah, Ky., May 25, 1912. Bishop Evans Tyree, Nashville, Tenn., My dear Bishop: I hand you herewith . a leaf from my father's family Bible. You will see recorded thereon the date of ytmr birth. It has often occurred to me, that it was possible that you did not know positively the date of your birth and would 'ike to see it, as it was written at the time in my iather's own handwriting. I take great pleasure in furnishing you the information with the request that vou return the leaf to me when you have ... ,., . " vv . - . BISHOP EVANS TYREE. me through the years, as he s'ives no account whatever how he knew about me. His father, who owned my inniiKv, wa named David Roger, and a3 the Bishop reca'ls .Mr. Roger's not having a very fair skin, hia community nnme was. "Black Dave." Bishop Tyrec's father belonged to another gentleman, a neighbor by the name of Samuel Tyree, common y called "Sam." His father's name was "Hal," and was classed as a high grade servant, and much re spected by the people of the Com munity, both white and black, regarded Mr. Roger as his friend among white men, and so Roger permitted him .to marry servant girl "Winnie," who is motner or Bishop Tyree, and witn him at his home in Nashville today, and whom the Bishop loves, honors and regards with exceptional tenderness. An apparent touch of sadness seems to enter his -ife, when he re calls a story told by his father when he last saw him. His father related to him that he was permitted to visit his mother, every Wednesday and Saturday night and was surprised on the last Wednesday night that he called to find all the lights out and everybody gon He said, he went around and nipped on the "white folks" door and as-ked for his family, and was toM by this same white friend, in rather unpleasant tone, that he would know soon enough for his own good; and he left with a heavy heart, without knowing any thing about the whereabouts jf his wife and children. The Bishop relates that that good man, the best on earth to him, made 'lis way to Washington Court House in Ohio, went back to his old job of 'S avery Times," operating a mill, ihere embraced religion, joined the A. M. E. Church, in which he, !m record and career are well known and of great value, as the Rev. Fhares M, P.undy, of the Ohio Conference, is ever phased to testify Xear Wash ington Court House, o., rests peace fully the ashes of that faithful and 'invent .rather. The last seventeen ays that he spent with his father on earth were occasions of weeping. His devoted father, wept because he did not have the pleasure of sending r.' to school. He begged his father o desist ar.d assured him, that if he met him on earth anymore, he would present him a "nan," and if ''.c.l, hp wcu-'d bring him "a man" to I h-raven. lie never met his father af-'j ''.r this, lie having passed to rest for over thirty years; but the Bishop! ?ays, "He is bui'ding his father, that ! man." P.ishcp Tyree left his tiorui of ! bondage in September, 1SC5, with a! wKioweci mother. He Church Directory : I fH.vi Kens eHi ::-:ir;.s. Ilouvfss. tin-, Tiv.'f-h nv n !'. N Sun day win ins a. in. ai.it 7 ., m. si:vi:.Tir hay .mivknt.uTs ciina'H. Skventii Pay Anvrv isi- No. 711 Win ter St. Scrvlc.s Saturday M a. m. t 12 m. CATHOLIC ni.v Family, 4",s son-il l's in :.';n a. t'iiruril. Third Ave., Iw -bun- Tin: ClU'IiCII 0' Tun Ch risen t (Si.n, ."; S. Mindav s.-hoilp : ; . i ;i -t. p. m. ; VYlllisi; Uortfrn' nij.-ht : it.iy at ' cop. t Fourth Ave. in: t niitht s lub T!nlav pri'iirlilu at Uj: rlvt-r tviy Sun : ::io p. m. A. M. 1:. JCiii.n Cnriiru Ave, near Fil'ili. an x 7 p. m. ziox cin ncn;:s. Sl'!'Y-Si'!I'l ! MnwiTtnil rfunilay si-rvk-i.'S 11 a. m. never He best Mr. his the lives was convert erl VA A'!Sust, UM, and ;icensed to preach in April, lSt!!?, and joined his first Conference in 1872, under J. M. Drown, presiding Bishop. He was ordained "Deacon" by Bishon A. w ! i Ttr . . ' ; civilian, in isYti; and has filled all grades of appointments, from a Mis sion to tne Bishopric (though a General Officr 1 lie attended the Central Tennes see College, at Nashville, now known as Walden University. He graduated (herefrom in 1SS3. was rfecteil a,ch. has been a member of eight succes sive General Conferences. He grad uated in medicine in 1894. He now comes to preside over the First Epis copal District, embracing the Phila delphia, New Jersey, New York and New England Conferences, he comes at an exceedingly auspicious time, for the reason that, in this period of four years, the "Golden Jubilee of Emancipation," will be celebrated, of which he is now a member of the Executive, or Chief Committee. Secondy, but not in importance, will be the celebration of the centen nial of African Methodism, which will take place during the twenty fifth session of the General Confer ence of the A. M. E. Church, which will meet in Philadelphia, the 'birth place of African Methodism, in May, 1916. He wi,l therefore close up the first one hundred years of African Methodism in the world of Protectant Christianity. COXGKKCATIOXAL CUUUCnKS. IIoxyai:ii CiiAi'i:!., 12th Ayo.. N.--Siuidav-s'-lii'i'l In a. m.: prrnclMim ywvires 11 a. in. Sumlay : Y. I'. S. C. l' ij ;ini p. m. IMi.x, Fui I'nivtTsity Campus - I'rvaVh ttin sevYi.'i's nt 11 a. m., follmvi'd h- Sus-day-s liiiul : y. M. C. A. biki c. K.' mwi liiys at ! a. m. : mission Suntiay sclinol p. m ; prayer nicjiirg '. ilne:-day at 0 :40 p. tn. EPISCOPAL. Uni.Y TniMTY. S. nth and Fwintr Avos. Sunday-school ' :'.'.') ; prcacliini; si-rvloi-s 11 a. in. and i p. m. Susdnv. IIuir.MAX Hai.i.. Huffman Hall I'.uildfna. SiiiMlny-srliunl !::! I a. in.; pivnrhins; l:'M a. m. Sunday; praise servlres 7 p. in. Hixxiwrox Ciiaiki.. Huffman Hal!. Sunday Kcryici'S 1 and 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. . Ami. .ch. .V Item-diet St. Snnda-, tterv-j,--, s Sundiiy-M-hi'Cil 3 p. in.: Cli'iihtian l.ij-ii-avi.r 7 ;'" p. tu. : preai liinj; :ni) p. ai. ; lirayir-iuft-ilng Wtdm-s-day niKbt. MJssio-.Anv v kaptist ciiukciifs. Mt. i iliyi:. Cedar St. Sunday-.. iw. a. in.: prea.-Lin- 11:20 uud h i,. m. iii. ys; t. aiii. rs" u.et-liiii: Tu.-sdav ev, . 7 piayer-inectin Tuesday 'niuhts; li!!!' on ll.ursday niKtils; eouiuiuiiiuu m st Sumlay in eaeh nionlli :j p. m l.i'i: a . Mil Ave.. -V-. s.,n,Mv. a. tn. : servires 1 1 ;.'in a p. IJ. : 1;. . I'. l 7 m. Sundiiv: n Friday nights; eouiunin- M. llis pi t a t-v i Si S.-l.o and pray Ion ervii-tx nn.ni h. -u,YAX Sr.. Sli.-lby Avp. SundaY-s.il..., 1 :' a. m : s.-ryi.e.s ,:. a. ,iml s P. :il. Sntaiays; n raver ineeHii" Tn,iai. uieeiini? 'l iiesdav limht : Friday night ; J!, y. v. r-iiii-t tiiiLr every tirst Sunday in each COLOIilU) MFTItrHiIST EPISCOr.VL CHLKCIIKS. I.ank T.m:i!.NACt.n, Sprint: St. Sundny sel.o.d f ::; a. m. ; pr-a. liine 11 ::',n a. m. and S p. in.: Kpworili I.hik- meeting at !::iil ji. in.; prayer-uieetiiit; every Wednes day at S o'eluelt. C.ri:::s Ciiai-i:i Chm-eh nt 1 1 a. m. and S p. in. !l :.".ll a. m. ; C. F.. I.eamie, day nit'lit. class meeting; p. m., Ilible class. 1 (i. in. nitUits ; communion tnayei- preaehiii"- Thurs- services every lirtjt u. m. prnyt-r-meerriii; St. I'r.-aeliini; Smiday-seliool, 7 p. in. : Tu. s Wediu sday, 3 PltFSr.YTF.ltlAN" CHURCH. St. Anukkw. Sth Ave., N'. Sunday serv ices 11 a. m. and 7 :.; p. m. First Ciifucii, Il.ininn street. Sun day services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. day services 11 a. m. asd 7 :'.',() p. m. CHUISTI AX CH FltCII FS. I.KA Avkm'r, 713 I.en Avenue. Sunday school !l a. ni. : preaching services 11 n. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays: C. K. 7 p. m. Sunday t-veulng; prayer-nieetlct- Wednesday nijrlit. (Jay Stiiki't. Prenchlse II a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday-school 9 :ijO ; Christian En deavor 7 p. m. Willow Sthket, S. IT II I. S. v. Csrnor First avenue. Sunday service 7 :'M u. m. on Main street this week. Mrs. Hes ter Holman was the winner in the rally last Sunday. Rev. J. T. Thorn ton filled his pulpit at Evansvil'e last Sunday and preached to a crowd ed house. The picnic at Evansville last Saturday by the M. E. Church and Sunday-school was a success. A successful picnic was given at Grays vine last Saturday. Miss Maud IIo1 man, Miss Gracy Holman and Fran cis Holman, Mr. Wallace Holman and , Miss Clemontine Angle visited Col I lege Hili in their carriage last Sun day. There was a public installation of officers at the College Hill Hall last Saturday night, and a big enter tainment. Rev. H. W. Stripling left Monday night for Chattanooga. Mr. j. . Lrawtora and wife visited Mrs. Lizzia Martin last Saturday Miss Lucy Bass and Elvira McGiH, of Jew el street, left last Sunday for Ashe ville, N, C. Miss Cleopatra McDon ald and sister, Crusil-'a, are we'eome guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steph ens.of Morgantown. Mr. !3. P. Hol man gave a beautiful lawn party in his front yard on East Fox street last Thursday night. Mrs. Anna Springs, of Alanama, is visiting relatives in our city on kast Washington street. Mrs. J. T. Thornton visited Morgan- town ' Saturday. Sunday "night at the Church, Rev. Cooper, E. Church, filled his Sunday. Rev. Norris, E. Church, fij ed his we are gad to note that Mr Clark is able to be at work Mr. William Scott and Miss Bailey were married Saturday The barber shop of Mr. C. W. caught .fire early Wednesdav ing, are' First Baptist of the A. M. appointments of the C. M. appointments. B. L. again. Mable night. Wells morn- out little damage was done. We gad to note that Mrs. Daisv Powers is much better after two weeks' illness. carefu ly ard articles AND ENCY- has to all many UNION CITY NOTES. Mrs. Ollie Penn, of Rock Island, 1'.., is the guest of her grandmother Mrs. Emandia Wells, and uncle, Mr. C. W. Wells. Mr. Kirby Pierce and Miss Maud Moore were married Sun day night. Mrs. H. M. Makin has done a good deal of improvement to her home. Mrs. Makin is one of the teachers in the public school. . Dr. Norment. preached to a large crowd NEGRO YEAR ROCK CLOPEDIA The Negro Year Rook, wliir-h just, been published under the pices of Ttiskegee Institute, is result of a systematic attempt supp-y the growing demand from pans or tne united Stares and Ku'VMin ui me uiu worm ior ac curate and concise information in re gard to the history, progress and present status of the Negro race. It is based to a large extent on the inquiries that have come to the In stitute and have been turned over for reply to the Department of Re search of which Mr. Monroe N. Work the author of this work, is the head.' Among the subjects treated in the work are: "A Review of the Negro in 1011." "The Economic Progress of the Ne gro." "The Negro in the Religious Field." "Negro Education." "Negro Soldiers and Heroes." "A Chronological Historv nf tim Negro in America." It contains directories of Negro Banks, Negro Towns, Business Leagues, Hospitals, Newspapers and National and Fraterna" Organiza tions, 'inere are also classified lists of books relating to the Nearo. The book contains pages bound in paper. The information is arrang ed in a concise, systematic form so as to make it easy of reference Th. book is not published as a business venture, although it may be so later, provided it finds a sufficient number of readers. In order to determine whether there is sufficient demand iur tne Year Hook to warrant its con tinued publication in succeeding years a price of 23 cents has been placed upon it, postage 5 cents. GREAT CROWDS COMING TO JULY MEETING. Special -to the Globe. "Chattanooga. Tenn., July h The exccptiona'Hy low rates which have been granted for the National Asso ciation of Teachers in Colored Schools, together with the attractive ness of this citv and (hp well arranged program, are attract ing the attention of the teachers from, every section of the country. Present indications are that Chatta nooga will see the (largest gathering of Negro teachers in its history. The Nationa' 'Negro School News has given up almost its entirp .Tun issue 10 ine publishing of the ially low rates. ! expressed themselves as having en jevrd the outing. - . , The Mud Bottom Wues and the Fast Nashville Base Ball teams play ed '-cod games. The East Nashvilio (ram scored Mud Bottom Bbies. Mt. Nebo Baptist Church having sold the largest number of tickets, won the prize, the amount being two do lars. The pastors committees for 'and the way Harmony exist c memDers ot the churches, and more union of this hind should exist be tween churches regardless of denomi national taste. The Sunday-school 'hildren we"e well cared for and thev enjoyed the outing and thev will be come more interested in the Sunday-school. are grateful to the their earnest work they handled things. :1 in love bet.veen the METHODIST F.PISCO PAL. Ola n k Mf.mohial, 308 Franklin St. Sunday-school ! ::f0 a. m. ; Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :l!0 p. in. liiiADLW Chai'kl. 705 Oeorsla St. Sun day services 11 00 a. m. mid 7 :Ito p. m. (iniiiioN Chai-kl, Herman, near Prospect. Sunday services 11 a. in. and 7 :.'! t p. in. Ilntr.Aini's Ohaiki., Trimble, S. W. Cor. K. Hill. - Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 ::io p. m. Ki.sris Sr., 11th Ave., X. n. Cor Central Ave. Sunday s.-rvlees 11 a. m. and 7 :.'0 p. m. Thompson Ciiai-kl, Walden University Campus.---- Sunday-school 9 ::; a.m. : p;ench Isj; 11 a. m. ; prayer services 7 p. m., Sun day; 1'iilvorsit.v services at the M.-harry Auditorium on the sf.''oud Sunday of each month. 11 n. m. - .' r,KAVls r''-u'"-. C.r.-en Ave., Cor. Fair field. Sunday services 11 a. in. auil'7 :3(Y P- m, itai-hers I'-iai uiU4 s- rvices F. Siniuav 7 !i. m FliiST P.u-rtST. Sth Ave., N. Sunday- ...... i. m. .-MiiHi.l.VS- li. . . ' Mili.lay ; prayer m. ctintf Tuesdav . hh . s i m-.i s, lay nights ; --.....I vt, nisi, Mindav. t.''".Sl' ,ii'"v'"ns St- r(;r- I" liiue. Sun- ' a. in.: services 11 .mil ...u p. ,. simdavs leeun-s ( UeMla.V LilitS i.i.v nints; communion Sunday. Firm A ve. Sunday-school ! ::',0 a m ' Keryi.'. s ii :::,i m. llnd 8 p- m nuuthn. : I'l.l.v r-lin:..!iie' luesdav nk-hf c.,.,.i.:..u ihuixlay n.'-l.t; coiijinunion services every la-sr. Mindav. Fiit.sv I.ai-ti.st. V.. Nashville. Sundav scli....l U:.,i) n. m. : s.-rve-.-s 11 ::io a. ill. and s p. m. Sunday : 11. Y. P. V. .'1 p ,,) Mindav : pray, r- i in- Tu.-sdav nights ; s-i vir, s In, da,v and Friday nights. Com uiuiiiun s.-rvl.-es Hist Sunday. V'r.V'.1, ',:i;,'N- .leir.-rs.'.n St. Sunday. " ' ' ."cacninn ll:.',(l ..mi , :.... p. i;,, s,1:iii-lvs on Tuesday of eni I. mi- Kavm: Am:. Minday-school 9 :.",0 a ni '"v'-'T, '''" a- "' "' 8 I- '" Simdavs !.',' - , -s""'1:l.v evenlnps: prayer-meet .112 lu.M'.ay and i reachinn Thursdav; com. mui-hiii services every lirst Sundav Mr. i.-x. .lefj-.-rsou St., Cor. ll'ih Aw., V-Minday-school :i :;;o . m. ; preachiujj 11 .." u. in. and S p. m. Sundavs. "f.M . i.iiAii M Sunday-school 0 in. . se,vie'-s 1 1 :;su a. m ice every tiist Sundav. a,.i, Ti o . X' W- N'nNlivlll. Sunday " ' sei Yices II :.ai uiu is p. m. Minday; communion every first Sundav. Faiih-iiu). Sunday-school 0..10 n m servics 11 :;-,o a. m. and H p. in. Sundays; communion services every tirst Suniify 1 Aiu:i!.A. i.i:, South street.-Sundav-school !i :;:o a. tn. ; preachine- services 11 ::to a. ni. and h p. ni. Sundays; communion fcervices every llrst Sundav. six ni sr., Fast Nashville.- Sundav school !):.in a. m. ; services 1 1 a. , "lid S p. ni. Sundays; communion services every hist Sunday. Uoi'K City. Sunday-school n :.10 a. m : services 11 ::;o a. m. and S p. m. Sundays: prayer-meet ing Tuesday nights; preaching Ihursday nights. Mr lin-HKL, E. Nashville. Sundav Sdiooi ii:.;ii a. m . s,,rvl(.,,s , , .;0 a ra nnd S i. ra. Sundays; services Tuesday and ihursday niyhis. ' Hawkins Sr. Sundav-sclionl ft -in o smvlces ll;:to a. m. nn.l n"n m weekly iiK-etinns Wednesday' and communion services every first; :.! a. communion serv- a. m. s.-rvlees PUIMITIVF RAPTIST CIIUUCIIFS. M'Xaiiiv Hh.i.. P.road St. Sundn v hool !i::tn; prea.hlnir 11 a. m. and S in. Sundays. Services twice a week. St. F.i.i. .Mil Ave. Sunday -school u :?.0 n. : preachiut; 11 :."o a. m." and s n. m. St. Sunday-school 0 :'. s.-rvices 11 a. in. and iy-school ;')) a. m. ; SPORT. Linden vs. CenterviMe, Centerville came back for series of games. June 7th. another at 2:30 espe- UNION PICNIC. The Union Picnic given bv the fol lowing churches: Braden Memorial M. E., Hubbard Chapel M. E., Mt Nebo Baptist, Gordon Chapel M E Tuesday at Si ver Springs, was the grandest of the season. Everybody WW" n-ii-.-i. i" r i I'lioue M. 1730 k . . P 1 The Manhattan o clock, the park gates were wide open, everybody anxious to see just how strong they were, as they prom ised to come back stronger. We must say they came back stronger, but not strong enoueh. Tn thoir fi-ot nning they scored two runs and held tne linden boys two to nothing until U.. 1 4. 1. . e f . , . . . mt- iaL uai or me tourth inning. By this time Odle for Linden had settled down, and pitched invincible ball for the next five innings. Two errors in the sixth inning al owed Centerville two more runs, but the timely hitting and fast fielding won ior linden tne iinal count of ten four. Sundays St. Lite, Green a. ni. ; pr.-achini; p. ni. Sundays. Pi:tiii:i. I'iiimitivi:. Sunil it. in. ; preaching services 1 1 p. m. Sundavs. Mt. M.-iiiaii. S. K. Cor. ll!h Ave.. Sunday-school u :'M a. ni. ; pc- achintr Ins 11 ::! a. m. and X n. m. Smiilm-i Pli:asat Vai.i.i y, F.I-. hill St. Sundav. school l::tu n. ni. ; pr. a. hiin; n ::;o a. iii. and S p. in. Sundays. Wi:st Nashvii.i.i:. sundny-Sclmol n :I!0 a. m.; preaching 11:::o a. 'in. and 7 ::;o p. m. ; prayer. meeting Thursdav siL'ht. Tiik FxiTKu I'aiMiTivi: UaVtist. S F Cor. Walker St.. v. W. Siiih1.iv.kc1w.i 0 :30 nd S N. s.-rv- m. : Sundays ; Friday ; Sunday. Vurrii Tiimn Ave. Sunday-school ft :30 a. m. ; prea. hins nt 11 :.'to a. ni., 3 p. m U p. m. Sundays; prayer-meet Inj? Tuesday nlt'ht: preaching Thursday nights; com iiiuni.ui services every lirst Sundav .'i :. x ai.vaky. k. Nashville.- M-iio.-i :i :..u a. n m. . preaching n a Snnday- ;n. and a. m. services ! ::!() p. m. n. in. : preachins; Sundays. 11 :?) a. m. and S AFKICAN FPISCOPAL to .-.-...NJp One of the most luxurious es tablishments of its kind in the city. Carries in stock the choicest brands of soft drinks, cigars and tobacco. and nasiiviijli: The second game was called Satur day morning at 9:. 10. Centerville yet. promised to win, Jones for Lin den opposed Simpson. Jones was never in danger. llis steady pitch ing and his work at bat won for l.in. dt,ii seven to three in this game, i Many bri limit double plays were pull ed off from Sharp to Odle to Catron I wnen a tut was needed at time place, Linden used the stick. Saturday evening the game was called at ,1 o'clock. This being the tlli.l o,i,1 l..i . . ..u auu mm, feline, every uocly was anxious to witness this game. In this game everybody had a fine time, both Oenterville and Linden hitting the ball to al' corners of the park. Cen terville again took the load, but the' game being young, and Long Boy, Linden's famous catcher, went in the box to relieve Jones.. There was nothing else doing for Centerville, so they went down with a scorp nf twelve to eight in favor of Linden. The Centerville boys are ail good fel lows, and we must say for the -Simpson brothers, they are jam up good base ball players. .This Feries mnt-oo i six games Linden won from Center ville, and we expect them back. Mr Tom Catron has not been so well since the recent games. in3 gi j. ful work on first base will be remem bered. We hope for him a speedy re covery. Mr. Smith Jones, Linden's fast centerfielder, is on the sick list but is improving fast. MFTIlnniST CHL'liCHKS St. J.-ux, Cor Sth Ave. N. and Cedar St. Sunday services 11 :::it n. m. and S :M p. in.: Sunday-school !i ::,ii a. m. : christian Fndeavor 7 p. m. : prayer and class meetiin; Tuesday iiijtlit. Sr. I'ai l. cr. 4th Ave.. S., and Franklin in' ....i.ni.v services ii :oii a. m. and s mm p. in.: Miiuiayschooi ! ::in a. m. : Christian Kndcavor niretlniis i; :;sn p. m. ; class meet Ii",' Thursday niyht ; prayer-meet nK Tues day nljjht. Pi-Miri., 10th Ave.. S.-Sundav services 11 :00 a. m. and S:imi p. m. ; Sunday school !J:.!o a. m.: Christian Fndeavor meet in" . p. in. : class and pray.-r-in.-et in- Thttrs" day nij;hr. - Sunday service;) 11 a. in. and S p m Sunday-school !i ::in a. in.; Christian Kn deavor 7 p. m. : class ni.- t inir Tu.-s-dny niht; prayer-meet Insr Fridav niuht ...... .M..I..U. i.me s Kivcr Turntiike. Sunday services I I :Ull a. in. and s p. m .,,!., ...., .,. In . t-ist ins Kn 1 ..... . 111. C Mill' n.r -n..l..,. ... . .. er tneei nir nn-s, r ,.i.,i. -r. i.i km. Mrwt St.. W. Visl.viii.. v.... ,,,! , . ' ' .-.111 . ices 1 I .11.1 I. ill. 11IH S -III. .-Minuay m' " :.!0 a. 111.; Chri deavor 7 :i(i n. ni r,i day si-ht : prayer nieet ine- i.-,'i,!.,v in. Sundays; communion Hei'vi.'u .. ...... lirst Sllll.liir -.-- .j sclZw,.No!.;.!i''T,S' F- N'ahrllle.-S,1ay- ' ' preiirnitlK 1 1 MO im a p. m. Mindays ; coininuiilun every nrst Snndnv. Iiii:i: sii.vni Plane Mission-. Sundav school at !.::!.i a. m. and 8 :0 p. m. Sun ;i;,;.s, coiiiiiiunion services every lirst Sun cifly. HtLiuiiM. Sunday-school ft iftd ft, )tl j preaching 11 ::io a. ni. and 8 :.lt) p. nl. Siiil days Wf.st Xashyii.i.k. Siindav-school ft -ito n. m. : ireachin- n a. K p m Inesday nitrht. prayer services: Wednesday niidit. preachine;; communion services everv i.rst Sunday. J Mr. Gii.lak, Trimhle Hot torn. Sundav school ft:;',(i a. m. : preachiiiK 11 :3o a. ni. find S::iO p. m. Sundays; communion serv ices every first Sunday. N. I'm Avk. Siiiidav-sehool ft a. ni. : services 11 ::v a. m. ana s p. m. yirn dnys ; communion services evei o nt day. ' ii'-.irn Wit.tiAMs I'xivLitsiTY Camc-s Sunday-school ft ::,() a. in.; I!. Y. P. IT. Am:. an, net; Archer St. Sundav i p. m. J school ft:H0 a. m. : prenehir;.? service 11 ' n. m.. S p. m. Sundays. CtMi!i:i:i,AND Vai.:.ky P.ai-tist Ciiruen Sunday-school ft :::o a. m. ; . preaching services 11 a. m. and H ji. m. Fosti-i! Chai'ki.. lo:t I.ew-ls St. Sunday school '::to a. ni. ; prenchlng services 11 .1. m. and S p. m. Sr. John, pearl St. Sundav-school ft !.1il preaching n a. m. and 8 p. ui. r.i n. m. : Sundavs. -Nmiitii Si-iiite, Cor. Sth Ave. and Jack- .-..I .-..iiiiiay-sciiooi :i :;ui a. m. ing 11 a. in. and S n. m snmiuva Lakk PiaiviiiKNCB, end of Nolensville Pike. Sunday-school ft ::?o n. ni. ; preach Inir services 11:30 n. m. and S p. ni. Sun day. Pass St. Sundnv-schonl ft :,m a ni ' preaching services 11 ::) a. in. and 8 p. m! Sundays. im: Cii.rv. 2nd Ave., ., i ik. Mindav-schoo l inn 11 n n. o.wl u ... ' a - - ' ' " " 'I o. y, ill , preacii- nnd Xolensvill, a. m. ; preach- OK. C. V. ROMAN. SPECIALIST IN By, Ear, Nos. and Throat Diaeuaa la parmanently locale d in hia u.w buildin I.iO.J (;bn,.h Hi. day p. in. stian Kn r Wednes nmlu c A 1 .1 . M . I 111' J . .... V ,. t., .. , ," nun . . nanan St. -Sunday services 11 :0 . ,. ,, s . Pn .;,V" - . . , :' : i l " Chrwtian il' c ,. ,t: . ' r flss in""'iiii! Thur i . ineenni: luesdav niulit. S1, . ' -''V-l M. Sun, lay , , " ui. iiiii n:imi p m sun (inv-school .,:, n. m. . n'N,ia,; Fm-cavo, i, ! . m"etlnir Wednesday . m. . ii.M'Ki.. nainsey st Mindav services 1 1 n P- in. : Siui.lay-scliiiol ;i ' Kndcuvi.r 7 .-mi p. m. : u.M ui.-riii ; piaver-m.'etinir St. Janm-s. .M,.o:-e-n.-' 1 :"0 a. ni. and ,s , 0 :-"o a. in. : Christ Ian Knde Ai.i.rx Ti:mi'.k.- - Sundav i. in. ami :oii p. n- m.; ChrNtinn class meet inn Frlil; r. Srn'iii: Sundav M-i-vicc in.: Siin.MV.J.1;... ' i".,."--"' nl"'.;s:."". P- F,l, . , : ." m - ""istiim niht . ii'-n r lith St. m. and :imi m. : Christian u in.-.-tinu' Tites Thursday niuht. Sutldiiv services : Sundav scln.nl i' v..- 7 :uii n. mi. Services 1 1 :OI) m; ; Sunday school n ::;o Fndeavor 7 Mm p. ni iy niL-ht. Mil St., K. Nashville. i i a. 111. mill -on o::;u a. m ctn-Ut elas me. ling Fri- X.-lio ( T.-xas 1. in. nnd s :ihi p 111. : Christ inn class nieetlnc; Thin- tin m. ; avor i -nn ik ,,. "ay nifrlit. sr. rnii.i.ii's. rt day services 11 -no n '-'"ni.i.i -M-iiooi ;i :.ai a. oeiivnr i :oii ii. ni ii It'h t. IiAMitrnx ST.-Sllll.lay services 11 in. and s.-o.i ii ,,i . v,,,i ,. . i n m fc..i...t .L . ""I- sciiooi ' m inan i-.ndeavor ilfiss meetiiiL' Thiii-v,l.,.. m('and" -KT S,"l""'"'vlces 11 :0) a. Hass meeting Fri.lay ni,;V ' "" .M.in il ( OI.I.KliK 11 :oo a. in. ii ml v on a. ft :::o p. m. ; tn. : J. for L. WEAKLEY CANDIDATE re-election MAGISTRATE for CREOLE HAIR A C. 15. RAROUX, MANUFACTURER OF 220 FIFTH AVE., NORTH, N A K H V I , , , tkvv.,. . Tea prr crat di.c.unt to.lluk. . I I llis dT.r(i..n,i1t. When in Nashville STUT AT Hotel Daniel 18 CVlur Sfrooi Clasa Rooms Nicelv Fiirm'.l..j . Service to All. t 0r Cold lt.il.. 'v. Sunday services ft::to n m ;v.v:,.:.; . V " Minan.v-sch.i i.-,.. Ii' ' """'i l-.IHieavor i n.n h. Mlirwlttf 00 ii. m m. nnd k -.in r, m . ... ' . " "" a i- , -"iiioav school 0 :;)o DAN U. BU11K candidate for re-election Magistrate, First (Nashvi!!) District. Election AUGUST 1 1S12. ..j. . . lass meeting Friday t.Viit.