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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913.
8 3 i : r: 1JM then bring them to onr office at new store Third Ave., N., and Deaderick and get $1.00 in cash. When you don't save your cash register checks you throw away easy money. Quality Canned Salmon Use store nutritive food, and f row healthy by nsrnf fish. Now is the time to hrcome a nser of fish and out out the "bit stumbling black of your grocery bill viz., fiesh meat 1b this sale we are jiving Ta a bit value in salmoa that is line pink moat peeked in No. 1 tall cans. A value mot to be eqnal for less thaa 2 for 25c. Special 2 Gans. 15c artlatt liar Braid Salmon Brit lit pink fish, eaaa. A bi value Moaac Brand Salmoa A fiae red Salmon. par can Oak Uat Salmon-No liner lib packed. I flat eaaa, per can calea, hi.ouit and pantry better, and make if it faila, we pay back yanr money. Will order. 2Mb. cotton bas-tbe equal yon 90c per bag ts-ih.b.,-. I'er barrel in wood Hill's special price PI ii A. M. E's Still Games to be Played in Ath letic Parkon 16and 23 A DOUBLE HEADER WILL BE PLAYED ON EACH DATE-PITCHERS AVERAGE CLUB STANDINGS. Clubs. A. M. E Athletics So. Stars Y. M. C. A Nashville Globe N. and C. Stars .. Black Sox Baptist Hill Swifts L. 0 1 1 1 Pet. 1.000 .GG7 .007 .007 .500 .000 .000 .0(10 ...2 ,. 2 ...2 ...2 ....1 ....0 ...0 ,. 0 1 1 Capital City out Saturday All games League wen- in the rained two games or tuosu been nlayed. The Y. scheduled M. C. A. Only have and Baptist Hill Swiits met aionuay and the Athletics and Southern Stars met Wednesday. The other games will have to btr played on some date to be decided upon. On the ICth and 21st games will be played at Athletic Park. A dou ble header will be played off each day and the public will have a chance to see all the teams play. GAMES SATURDAY. A. M. E. vs. Athletics, Waldon. Y. M. C. A. vs. So. Stars, Belmont. N. and C. Stars vs. Black Sox, Hadlcy Park. Globe vs. Baptist Hill Swifts, Mon day, June 9, Cheek-Neal diamond. JUNE 14. Stars vs. Athletics, N. and C. ley Park. Had- JUNE 16. Athletic Park. E. vs. Globe. C. A. vs. Black A. Y. M. M. Sox. JUNE 21. A. vs. Globe., Y. M. C. Belmont. JUNE 23. Athletics vs. Baptist Hill Swifts. N. and C. Stars vb. So. Stars. JUNE 28. A. M. E. vs. So. Y. M. C. A. vs. Stars, Belmont. N. and C. Stars, Walden. Globe vs. Athletics, Hartley Black Sox vs. Baptist Hill Cheek-Neal. Park. Swifts, BUY DIRECT FROM THE PRODUCER Shi Imptrtir'i, 0 r rent, h (. url ,i Ktrtch Plume Vholualir'i U hilt K-ni. nd in length. made tI tin? h'ih- Prtflti tufl due osltlL h, from the in .lie bird. II. is a very an -I is extra t '"i . v ut .nd you thU Plum, on aiiroal. t W - " Sen.! us rc lo uy rxprrss .Iuuk. .ml 'r-' - j wr r n'i vou thii ljutitiil Flume in lil.u k. tt-ht.M ir i olfirc. in van i r .thrru tittii. ."...!). "1"' rwith Drivilrtfe ol nomination. 11 atisftlorv .jpay llie express atfrnt V5 nmi the Hume i i'ruurt. 1L however, you do ootthii k this the mott fjf marvelous vdlur youevrf H you cm duplicate of your dealer lot les than 5.ik), tell the exiresi atrrnt to return the Plume to lis ami will rrrund ' yanr I5c Ur, If jom ptrfer to send the ht amount. I l.QS.we U scud tlie plume ry renim mail, plaT pra-pald. and li not ntif-tory. we will promptly refund your money. tst a!l tfct rk ot complete line ulOktncb tcthcr, write tor frre ratajntfue. ' SPECIAL IpS-" $2 Ulrlcm mporil"t Co., Dtpt. 44, 1641 Jftbiih Clilcm 1 J t I IS free IEX CHOlCf ...hi white am BROKEN RICE No 1 tall ...3 eana 25c Pap Kun Picnic Plates Fine for church suppers, school lunches, camping or sum mer cottages. Very sanitary. Put np 25 to bnndle. Special No. 1 tall eana tjp Red nock eye. No. 2jC You Gan Bake Better Bread and More Bread If yon use Grandmn'a Wonder Flonr. It ia nar nteed by the Hill (iroc ery Co. to make y onr thread per bnndle Drinking Gups The cheapest and beat thing for yonr picnics. Cups . 5c more of It to every .ark; yon add a ba to your next vill cost Cfp (3vvj t..lS Finest Full Cream Cheese Wisconsin. Pound B. 11LL Grocery and B Leading---Atmetics Southern Stars Y. M. C. A.. 10; B. H. S., 6. The Y. M. C. A. team defeated the Baptist Hill Swifts Monday with a good lead from the start. Smith, the little Texas- pitcher, was on the mound for the Y. M. C. A. team the whole of eight innings when the game was called on account of dark ness. The B. H. S. hits "were scat tered, and most of their scores "were made on errors, while the Y. Af. C. A. boys would add a score or two at Y. M. C. A. BASEBALL CLUB. These are the boys that are mak ing the scores for the Y. M. C. A baseball team (See sport page 8.) Proud of them, yes, we are, even will. The home team should have better arrangement sfor keeping the fans back, as they gave a great deal of trouble and delayed the game by coming too close to the diamond. Umpire, Randals; Time of game, 2 hours. Y. M. C. A. Lee, 3b Zeigler, If . . . AB 4 . 4 .5 ..5 . 4 . 4 . 4 ..4 R 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 .2 0 R 2 0 2 0 1 n o o l PO 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 PO 0 2 1 2 0 2 ft ft 0 l 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 E Simpson, c . . Richey, lb .. . Settles, 2b .. . Crawley, rf . . . Voorhies, cf .. Wood fork, ss . Smith, p n. ii. s. Alllison, c.. . Johnson, 3b . . S. Mr-Call. 2b . Turner, If ... Guild, lb W. McCall, cf. . Washington, rf Boyd, ss .... Branham, p . . AB ..5 . r . n . 4 . 4 . 0 . r. . c, . 0 H 3 0 1 ft 3 0 ft 1 4 n l 0 1 0 o Score Y. M. B. H. 1 2 : A. 4 0 ..2 1 i 4 r, o o ft 0 0 7 8 0 3 ft 4 0 10 2ft R II 11 8 r, 12 E n 12 Athletics, 8; So. Stars, 1. Another surprise was BprunR Wed nesday, when the Southern S'.nrn that were represented by many to be the tronpest team in the leacuo went down before the Athletics. Thn pitching1 of Tin ford was the feature rf th" p;ame, be bavins 17 strlfcrout; to his credit. Blair also pitched a Kod came, and had bis team played steady bail behind him the score would have doubtless been much closer. One dollar in cash Free. It is very easy to save your cash register checks until you save $50 worth; Glean Rice Strictly broken. One of thbij!l;'f talnes from tho best rice'ivl a Lonaiana. Regularly sold atijorrf. 1. Onr special 6 pounds 25c w 1 ' 10c Cream Clieestb V i from from factories in 20c ailing Go; Downs the 4 Re, PO Athletics Allison, c . . Lester, 3b .. Farrell, 2b . Vaughn . . . Williams . . Evans, If .. Whittaker, If Maberry, rf , Buford, p.. Johnson, cf , Totals .. . AB . 5 ,. 5 . 5 . 5 . 5 ..5 . 3 ,. 5 . 4 . 2 H A E .9 2 1' 1 -3 2 S 2 0 i o 0 0 3 0 11 their opponents admire them. They meet the Southern Stars Saturday at Belmont. It is a pleasure to see them play. Go out vand see the game. Southern Stars, Dillihunt, 2b Condon, 3b ., Alien, ss ... Reed, cf Webster, c . . L. Ford, lb ., Osborn, If ... Robertson, rf Blair, p Abernathy, p Totals . . . .5 0 1 3 2 1 4 0 110 1 .4 0 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 .4 1 0 0 0 0 .5 0 0 12 0 0 .1 0 0 2 0 0 33 1 2 27 6 5 Time of game, 2 hour, 50 minutes. Struck out by Blair 12, by Aber nathy 2, by Buford 17. Hit by pitch er, Lester, Dillihunty, Webster and Reed. Stolen bases, Osborn, Evans and Reed. 2 base hits, Dillihun and Williams. Umpire, Randals. PITCHERS AVERAGES. Pitchers. T'Vim. Alexandr, A. M. W. L. Pet. 2 o moo 2 0 1.000 ...10 1.000 , ..1 0 1.000 ....1 0 1.000 ...11 .500 ...11 .&oo ...,0 1 .000 ... 0 1 .ooo 0 1 .000 ...01 .ooo ...01 .000 ....0 1 .000 E. Ford, S. .Stars ... Smith, Y. M. C. A VeiiKon, Globe ... Ilu ford, Athletics . Harris, Athletics ., Voorhies, Y. M. C. P.rooks, Black Sox KIdd, B. II. S Branham, B. II. S, T. Boyd, filobe . . , Blair, S. Stars ... Martin, N. C. Stars A. GREENWOOD GIANTS WIN TWO. The Greenwood Giants played three a:,,..t tn Alt Tlensnnt last week and the won two. warn uaincs pucm-u first or.e and won it 4 to 1. The wholf team played fine ball. II. Sher- ron pitched the second and third games and won the last Captain Singlton, Patton and Johnson did the heavy hitting. Manager C. R. Hutchison, Jr., is well pleased with his team. President T. Gaines took the trip with the club. They will ac cept a challenge from any club. Releases. By A. M. E.: P. L. Hurt. By So. Stars: James A. Jordan. GREENWOOD BLOOMER GIRLS BASEBALL TEAM. June 23 a great surprise will be sprung on the people of Nashville, when the Greenwood Bloomer Girls baseball team will cross bats with the N. & C. Stars at Greenwood park. It is not generally known that the girls have been putting in hard prac tice under a competent Daseoau in- S L .., The above cut is taken from " a photograph of the Mr. Robert Smith, pitcher for the Y. M. C. A. baseball team. Mr. Smith delights in clean athletics generally ;but baseball i9 evidently his hobby. He can be counted upon to play well his part in helping ihis team play a well- balanced game. The association gladly embraces the opportunity to help young men develop to the highest possible point of efficiency; their spirit, mind and pody. sirucior, ana .wnen tney line up against tne strong N. and C. Stars, who have membership in the Capital City League, there will be a surprise in store for them. From inside information it Is learn ed that the Greenwood Bloomer Girls are ready right npw to step in and put up a high-class game of baseball, and those who think that the game will be a farce, if the prediction of those who are in a position to know and who have a thorough knowledge of baseball holds good, when the N. and C. Stars will have finished the game, they will have played pome ball. The Bloomer Girls are all ro bust athletes and able to put up a stiff fight on the' diamond. A double header will be played on the same day after the Bloomer Girls shall have finished; the N. and C. Stars and the Greenwood Giants will hitch up for a final contest. Other amusemens to make tho day one of interest will be the May Pole Plaiting and a play at the Dunbar Theater by the Masons. The full de tails of entertaining will appear in the Globe next week. THE LAVERGNE BASEBALL CLUB. Special to the Globe. Lavergne, Tenn.. June 4, 1913. The Lavergne Base Ball Club met last Monday and elected officers and memDcrs. umcers: u. u Batey, pres ident; N. II. Davis, secretary; E. D. itay, treasurer; u j. Trimble, man ager; S. R. Davis, captain; N. Davis, umpire. They are expecting to in terest any local team. A. Goodman, who will pitch for the- club this sea son, is in fine shape and has a 'good many arts up his sleeve. The lineup will be: Trimble, e: Batey, lb; N. II. Davis, 2b; S. R. Davis, ss; Ray, cf; C. Davis, If; Dunaway, rf; J. W. Davis, 3b; Goodman, p. . JACK JOHNSON GIVEN YEAR IN PENITENTIARY. Negro Pugilist Sentenced by Court for Violating White Slave. Chicago, June 4. John Arthur Johnson, champion heavyweight pugi list, was sentenced to rie year and one day in the penitentiary and to pay a fine of $1-000 by Federal Judge Carpontrr today for violating the Mann act in the transportation of Belle Scbreiber. Just before announcing the sen tence, Judge Carpenter said: "The life of the defendant by his own admission has not been at all a moral one. The defendant is one of tne host known meli, of his race, asd his example has been a far-reaching one. The court is bound to take these facts into consideration. "Well, what do you think of it, Jack?" the pugilist was asked. "It's not so bad," he answered, "but I'm not there yet. If it comes down to the last scratch, I'll be as good a sport as any of thorn in tak ing what's handed to me." Johnson was allowed to go free on his bond of $30,000 for two weeks, until his attorney, Benjamin C. Bach rach, can prepare a writ of error. It is expected a writ of supersedas will be issued out of this writ of er ror, so that Johnson will probably will continue at liberty until such time as the Court of Appeals shall pass on his case. Attorney Bachrach based his mo tion for a new trial on alleged errors in the record and insufficiency of ev idence. Ho objected to the court s having permitted the introduction of evidence which brought out Johnson's relations with other women prior to July, 1910, on which date the Mann act became operative. Prof. W. 3. Ilynes and family left for Chattanoooga the 28th ult. to spend two weeks lecturing and ex hibiting In the iparlous churches of the city. The people gave them a BASE BALL ATHLETIC PARK j JUNE 5. 6, 7 and 8 Nashville vs. Chattanooga J JUNE 9. 10. II The King of Ilorse Slioers 419 Fourth Ave., N Noon Day Lunch Cafe. Mrs. M. L. Johnson, Owner, Seryaa Maala at all II ours. Short Ordws a Specially. 215 Laenat Street Patronize Heme Indnstry Made Ta Order That Wear Well Repaired by the Old Hand System Beat at Material aad Workmanship Geo. W. Frazier Phone M. 4691 417 1-2 Codar s II o E S WANTED SDNS, REVOLVERS. Kt. Cleaning and re pairing quickly and efficiently done by a tjiin-Bmith of experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. To those desiring it, lessons will also be given on any kind of stringed instrument ' I'KLIX w. :laljii Corner South and Overton Streets PHONE MAIN 3799 NASHVILLE, TENN. Wall Paper Enough for one room, side walls, border and ceiling for 75cts And Up White Front 422 Deaderick St. Look for the Front Painted White TRADE AT Mansfield's Pharmacy 10th Avenne aad Jefferson Street Free, Quick Delivery 1.M. 1001 HiiiIloymeiif Agency When out of employment call at 420 Cedar St. where all classes of service are secured And to get clean, snow white laundry at reasonable prices New Majestic Laundry Agency 420 Cedar St. M. 2190 Tel. M 4661. Office at residence, 1813 Morena St WM. A. CROSTHWAIT, Lawyer and Notary Public. .Makes a specialty of Chancery Prac tice, Examination of Titles to Real Estate and Saving Mortgaged Homes. When You Want a Good Drink CALL FOR Eldcmon Distilling Co. DISTRIBUTORS Evansvilky - Ind. Louis . Mb ReebSpring Tennessee Whiskey RAILROAD TIME TAELES LaaisTtlle & Naehrin B. B. Mew Union Station, City Ticket Office, Kt Fourth avenue. Telephone Main 733. (CurrecUal to J mid Zi, 1.) 111,1 1 """ Norlh-Narihwrat Leaves Arrive 3:10 am Louisville & Cincinnati 3:16 am 8:35 piu New York (Special (through- service) 8:03 am 8:06 am New Yortc Limited (throuch service) 8:35 pm al2:5 am Louisville Accom a3:10 pin 3:20 am fcJvanBVllle & Chicago .. 2:05 am 8:20 am Evunsvllle ft Bt. Louis 8 25 am a7;15 am Kvanville A ft. Louis.. 2:05 am 7:M pm The Chicago Limited... 7:55 am 4:20 pui Kvansvllle & Chicago (IHxie Flyer) 11:12 am 7.65 pm The St. Louis Flyer.... 7:65 am KfMltll 2:25 am Birmingham Mont gomery, Mobile, New Orleans.. 2:58 ana 8-25 am Birmingham, Mont gomery, Mobile, New Orleans 7;io pm 8:06 pm Birmingham ft Mont gomery 60 am Arrnnimndnlinn Trains a3:19 pm Nasnvllle and Scolts- ville Accommodation !10:ll am a!5:10 pm Nashville and llarts- vllle Accommodation 7:46 a an a8:00 pm Hopklnsvllle Accom modation 9 56 am 3:40 pm Nashville and Decatur Accommodation ., 10 06 am 8:40 pm Columbia and Mt Pieasant... 6-40 pm 7:30 am Columbia, Florence, Sheffield and Tus- cumhla 6 40 pm aM:30 pm Nashville and Clrks- vllle Accommodation.. !818 am 7:30 am Franklin & Columbia .. 10:06 am 2:119 pm Interurban , ia-4 pm 3:40 pm Columbia and Mb Pleasant 4 60 pm 6:56 pm Interurban 6-40 pm I Dally except Sunday. "' A Btops at North College Station. Tram arriving at 7:40 p. ni. and 7 15 p. m. brings connections from Tuscumbia and Florence. K. C. WALL1S. District Passenger Agt. W. II. MUBTA1NE. City Paaaenger Agt. W .. C. & ST. I.. ICY. ys, vV Ticket Offices; Union f7yyfc jinn., "jgf 'w Station, Uroadway. II IfiTiiftiliJ i it t'lty Olllce, Maxwell I! Htr. ?Lul III House, corner Church lh ft 'AiSl 1 61 St. and Fourth Ave- "Ji--CA nuo,N. Phone Mala (Corrected Dec. 3, 1911) W. M. HUNT, City Ticket Agent Maxwell HP0WELL PHILLIPS, P. A., MaxweH House. INO. F. (jKAlTN C.Y, J K., waxwu Mouse. W. L DAN LEY, O. P. A., Union Station. Yf rot and orlli '! Leaves. Arrives. 7:90 am Memphis, Hickman, Paducali, St. Louis, connects from Cen- treville (!) 8.35 pm 2:15 am Jackson, Memphis. Hickman, Paducah 1:32 pm 1530 pm Waverly Accommodation, connects for Centreville 8 00 am 1:00 pm "Dixie Flyer," solid train to St. Louis 8.35 am 11 JO pm Memphis and Hickman 6:50 am Month and Kant 2 25 am Chattanoora and Atlanta .... 2:55 am 130 am St. Louis, Jacksonville, "Dixie Flyer." Connections (!) lor all branch line points f:35 pm 11:25 am "Dixie Flyer." solid vesti buled train to Chattanooga. Atlanta. Jacksonville. Din ing cars 4:12 ptsi 8 30 pm Chaitinooga and connect ing (I) lor Shelby ville, Sparta, 1 Fayetteville, Huntsville. Tracy City. South Pittsburg 10:50 ant 16:00 pm Tullahoma Accommodation (.-onnectsforShelbyville).... 8:15 ant 930 pm Chattanooga. Atlanta Sleep- ertoNfwYork , 65 am Lrbanaa Train 17:09 am Lebanon Mixed ..VIA"" t:25 am Lebanon Express ........... !1J:W pat I4-00 pm Lcbitnon Accommodation.. : vm 16:00 pm Lebanon Accommodation.. 17:55 pm (Daily except Sunday. NASHVIIXB XSTEMXTBAX r Trala Sca4al J EffaoUva Wdnada7. Jn 1, 1111. Subta" to chuff without BOttlC. LEAVE FRANKXXK, BRITS HJUSHVTLIJa. ... T: ana COO am 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am mm t:l mm fl.li M 10:00 am .... 11 :M ut T:M mm ..... 12:00 noon 1:00 pm S:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 10:10 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . mitm 11:11 t Ramtafcomaa LEAVE! NASHVILLE. ARRrm ... !: mm 7:00 am 8:00 am :0I am : aan 1:M mm 11: aam : mm 1:0 mm : pm : pm : mm t : pa :! mm 1:M pxa U4t aa l:a am 1:00 pm 11:00 noon 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 9:00 pm 11:10 pm Daily xoapt ara&car. MIDDLE TEXlfKlSmB afJUUtOAV Paaaaa lafcaaala EffaoriT Bandar, Hot. t, ltll (Subject to 6hanc Wtthcat Matlaavy Leave Mt. Raaaaat...,:;; mm 1:H 9m Leara FraokUn t:ll aaa 4:JJ mn jLrrlva Franklin 1:16 mm l:M aaa Arrtva Jit. PlaaaM. .11:1 aal i:U mm O. T. BUjDjcH, uaaaraa raaav aar 700 Broadway, KaanTtll, TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. M. City Ticket Oilicn. No. 1 Arcade. Phone Main 306. Station at foot of Broadway. Ef fective Nov. 17 1912. For Sleeping car reservation, between 6 and 9 p. tn., phone Main 1172. Depart. Arriva. IHopkinville Mail 7:55am 7:00pm IHopkinsville Accom 5:0opm 9;45am Lebanon Accom 11:25am 2:10pm IKnoxville Day Express 8:50am 6:45pm Knoxville Nieht Express 9:30pm 6:15pm (Monterey Slioping Train 4:0(ipm 10:05am Lebanon Accom 6:10pm 7;50am IDaily except Sunday. Through electric lighted Pullman Sleepers on niRht trains; individual lights in each birth, Pull man service between Nashville, and Ashville, N. through coaches on day trains between Nashville and knoxville. SHORTEST LINE QUICKEST TIME. H. W. Tayson, C. T. A. R. A. Chadwick, Q. P. A. C1IAS. C01IN A. L. GOLDBERG Coli ii mid (iiolcllierg LUMBEU YardaCor. Fifth Ave. anJDemonbreura St aad 109(o 12S Fifth Ave. Sooth Phone M. 1SS NashviDe, Tens The A. M. E Zlon Monitor, at Lin colnton, N. C, Is a new one. It la edited by A. H. Hatwood and the business manager Is J. A. Cunningham.