NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913.
1 5 9
Shackleford at all stages of the game.
! Whitsitt for A. M. E.'s at third is
! i -a class by himself, but Ellis, of the
Sox, is a close second and his youth
should be reckoned with while Whit
' sitt's star Is on the wane and will In
course of time sink in oblivion. Ellis
has a bright future before him If he
will only accept the opportunities as
they present themselves.
; The outfield needs no comparison as
everybody has conceded the Sox to
; have the best outfield in the league,
but as some will differ on Sublett and
II. McGavock, of the Sox, we would
' choose McGavock. True Sublett
throws well; so does McGavock. He
is also fact on foot; McGavock is too
and he can hit and Sublett can't.
I Campbell in right is the headiest
hitter in the league; he also outt.hrows
; and outruns Mixon, while St?gger
; looks like a big leaguer beside R. Mc-
Gavock, of the A. M. E.'s. Of cours"
the above is the opinion of a mem
: ber of the Sox team and is open to
I criticism. Is the dope right, bojs?
If not, wade in; the water is fine,
j or shall we wait until August 2nd aui
let time tell?
guilty in one or two Instances. Please,
Mr. President, 'scuse us dis time and
watch us be there on the minute here
after. AH the clubs are going to do
The Capital City. League Clubs
must get permission to play games
with outride clubs, and permission
Club colors were In evidence through
out the evening. Next meeting ylll
be with Mrs. Alex Goodwin, 913
Locklayer street, Friday, Julp 11th.
Mrs. A. Jenkins, of 4509 North1 Ash
land avenue, Chicago, 111., Is in the
citv visiting her sister, Mrs. Martha
won't be easily secured either. That's ; Morgan, 641 Bass street, and friends
the law. Let's see what manager will i Mrs. Jenkins yas formerlp of this citp.
shoot at it. Better not! I Dr. Alonzo Napier has returned to
the citp from Chicago, 111., where he
You've seen that infield of our, j took a post graduate course in den
haven't you? You've heard about it? j tistry.
Umph! Humph! Well, just think of
a few Stahlman buildings lined up
against each other form the initial
sack to the third corner.
We've signed a lefthander a good
one too. Speed, control, curve and I
RAILROAD TIME TACLSS
UumQ Nutria ft. K.
Naw Culou Station, Cltj Tick ("auti El
roorih avenue. Telephoae Maia 733.
(Corrected to June SS, '12)
Mary Newsom. 38 years, Vander
Luther Twidity, 21 pears, Vander-
endurance are all he has. We thought , bilt hospital,
we might be able to use him. You'll i Willie Crawford, 1 year, 1817 Mo-
A GREAT GAME ON THE tTII
A. M. E.'s 3, B. II. Swifts, 0.
The large and enthusiastic crnvI
that journeyed to the Cheok-Ncal
find out who he is, just wait.
Say, you Athletics, can you defeat
the Sox Saturday? We don't believe
it. We're from Missouri and you'll
have to show us. If you do, well you
neod the game that's all.
To people in airships it looks like
Mollie Clark, 46 years, Citp Hospi
tal. Delia Cannon Moseley, 504 Seven
teenth avenue, North, 25 years.
Julia Williams, 29 years, 640 Wet
more street. -
Clarence Reed, Citp Hospital, 28
Chestine Harris, Tuberculosis Hos-
we have the pennant sewed up; but
to people on the ground (and we are pital, 22 years.
in that bunch) it looks like we've. Ohas. Everette, 1209 Clinton street,
grounds on the morning of the 4th j got to hustle some more. This sec-, 57 pears.
was well naid for the trip and will i u nan is going to Tie mignty mean, i Delia Moseip, siv sevenieenin ave
hardly see a finer contest during the
league season. Both teams were on
their mettle. Brannom for the Swift
and Alexander for the A. M. E.'s
pitched big league ball and hits were
like the proverbial hen teeth. The
contest from the first inning until the
The Southern Insurance Company
82-84 The Arcade
II. W. DUKIIAM, Superintendent.
Phone Main 2799
Yes, and we mean tobe mean real
mean, and we mean it. We are not j Martha Harris, 1011 Sixth avenue,
cliaming anything just playing ball j c pears.
to keep from being the tailenders. . H. Brewer, Jr., 736 Goolsby, 1
We've quarantined the home plate ; Amanda Harris, Vanderbilt Hospl
for the last two games. There's a ! tal. 56 years.
ninth was a pitchers' battle, with ! disease in that locality known as the Tonnie Vaulx, 1.007 Overton street, 4y
Brannom having a slight edeg until f eorins fever. We've been there so years
the fatal ninth. The always-all-the-1 long and often until we are used to
'time fighting spirit of the league it it's a common thing with us. But
j leaders stood them in good stead, j, we arc afraid to allow visitors there;
1 Fighting hard but unable to solve nn epidemic of scoring wouldn't do,
! the deceptive delivery of Brannom, i you know. Figure it out? All right,
i they came in in the ninth with one j Slide!
hit to their credit. But here is what ,
happened: Puree singled; Shackleford
Dorcas Green. 701 Sixth avenue, bu
E'ston Holt, Crawford end Sixth av
cnufi, 20 years.
Eliza Trvor. 1102 Thirteenth ave
nue. 71 years.
years, 130 Cedar
sarrificed him to the keystone; Mixon
Texas leaguer to left,
THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND NATION-WIDE
The Perfect Flour
For Biscuit, Cakes, Wafers elc. The best on
the market. All good cooks use it.
By Miss Allie L. Caston, Shelby,
gress at Muskogee, Okla.
! Thomas Kidd,
j Hettie Blood,
39 years, City Hos
32 years, City Hos.
Puree and taking second on
throw in. Whitsitt stung the
ferociously past first base; for two Written for the
bases and Mixon scored; then buDiett
Lit to rieht center for two Bases, shor
ing Whitsitt. Sublette is caught, in I It was a divine plan that cnuaren er street.
an attempt to steal home. Alexander should know the Scriptures. Christ i Ed Webster, 55
let the first three Swifts down, by said, "Suffer little children to come , phens street,
great pitching, in their half, and 'the I unto me and forbid them not; for of! Louella Howse,
came was over. Here is the bjx ! such is the kingdom of heaven." He , Third avenue, North
also told Peter "to reed my lamDs, i R0bt. Robinson, 1 year, 6Ai fourin
I if he would be a loyal Christian work- i
E'er. When Mr. Robert Raikcs, of: m Doss. 26 years, 925 Shankland
1 ! Gloucester, England, ' gathered a few ! streett.
Infant of Emma Sawyer, 906 Arch-
; score :
!A. M. E.
1 Player. AB
! Shack 'd, ss . . . .4
! Mixon, rf 4
Whitsitt, 3b .
Sublette, If ..
. . O
0 children from the streets of that city
1 1 and paid teachers to teach them
0 Scripture lessons each Sunday, he
0 ; builued greater than he knew. This
0 ' Christian man's efforts were not in
1 ! vain. Soon other cities and countries
1 began organization of this work for j
0 the children until it has spread "like j .
Anna Lyle. 55 years,
teenth avenue, North.
NATIONAL GRAND MASTER
SOUNDS THE ALARM.
(Continued from Page 7.)
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE SCHED
ULE FOR SATURDAY, JULY
E. vs. Southern Stars, Bel-
runners that liayfi. started
him. Jut watch his peg-
vs. N. & C. Stars, Had'ey
Black Sox vs. Athletics, Salem.
MONDAY, JULY 14.
Baptist Hill Swifts vs. Y. M. C. A.,
A. M. E.'S AT BELMONT.
The game scheduled at Walden for
Saturday, 12th inst., between the So.
Stars and the A. M. E.'s has been
transferred to the Belmont grounds.
MANAGER OF N. & C. STARS
Nashville, Tenn., July 8, 1913.
To whom it may concern:
I, Sam Ellison, the manager of the
N. & C. Stars, do hereby resign said
position, and will be succeeded by Mr.
C. R. Hutchinson. I have been grant
ed my release by the club, also J. W.
. down all
Farrell has been shifted to short.
Watch these tjo start the same trou
ble. Farrell to Murray to Vaughn.
Lost, strayed, stolen or kidnapped.
Jim Allen, better known around the
diamond as Pappy Jake. Has any one
found him? Yes, Manager Gnrett of
the B. II. S., found him.
The N. C. Stars are enjoying this
hot weather down in the cellar. Come
out and give Richie a chance.
What has become of Abernathy, of
the Stars? Has he got the tx.
Don't catch the fever these hot
days, Calhoun. Where would the
A. M. E.'b go?
We love the Black Sox so until wo
gave them two games. There are no
more gifts in the next go round,
Baptist Hill Swifts-
McCall, 3b ....
; Branham, p .
j Johnson, J., lb
I Brown, cf ...
I Gill, c
! Manuce, 2b . .
Wash'n, If ..
Turner, ss . .
Stevenson . .
Allison, . . . .
Vimrintr cnmit 99 DPf
a green bay tree" to nearly all parts ainou hand. and did not
of the world. "Go work In my vine- t ot tne iu na son na
iyard today," is imperative to one and v,e 7 b , nf ihe order Of
l.i. rm, i,u,, fWo,i authorized warrants of We order, ui
A E in from the highways and hedges and
3; 0 taught the word of God. In almost
s4? . 0 ilinc. pases' out of ten we. can see tho
0 u 7 effect of the Sunday-school, and the
influence it has had for good in tho
live?, of those who have neen constant
in ii iwi imb. mmmmtmmma
8:10 am Louisville & Cincinnati 2.-15 am
S.db pin-New York Bpeclal
(through service) 8;05 am
8:V am New Yom Limited
(throueh service) 8:35 pm
al2 15 am Louisville Accoiu a3:IO pm
3:'2D am hvansvllle & Chicago .. 2:05 am
"..20 am Kvansvllle A St. Louis 8 25 am
a7:tf, am Kvanvllle A Kt. Lottis,. 'lifo am
7:"m pm The Chicago Limited... 745 am
4:20 pm- Kvansvllle & Chicago
(Dixie Flyer) 11:12 am
7.53 pm The St. Louis Flyer.... 7:65 am
2:25 am Ilirmlngham Mont
gomery, Mobile, New
Orleans 2:68 am
825 am Birmingham, Mont
pomery, Mobile, Nevr
Orleans 7:10 pm
9:05 pm llirmlnghaiii & Mont
gomery . 6 60 am
a!3:10 piu NuHuville and ftcotta-
ville Accommodation !I0 U am
a!5:10 pm Nashville and llarta-
vtlle Accommodation 7:46 a M
a8:00 pm llopklnsvllle Aocom-
modatlon. 9 55 am
3:40 pm Nashville and Decatur
Accommodation 10.O6 an
3:40 pm Columbia and Mt.
Pieasant 6 40 pa
7:30 am Columbia, Florence,
Shemeld and Tus-
cumbia 8-40 nm
a!4.30 pm Nashville and Clark.
vine Accommodation., ,1816 am
7:30 am Franklin & Columbia .. '10:06 am
2:39 pm Interurban.. .. 12 4 pm
3 40 pm Columbia and ML
Pleasant 4 60 pm
6:55 pm Interurban 6:40 pm
I Dally except Sunday,
a Stops at North College Station.
Train arriving at 7 40 p. m. and 7:15 p. m.
lvrins connections from Tuscmhbla and
K. C. WALL1S. District Passenger Art'
W. II. MUSTAINE. City Pasasnier Agt.
.11 Wtqn Bfl.:i
course all expected to have this money
in place at the Grand Lodge when the
Auditor would be on the grounds. This
will not do and I am determined that
I the people's money must be nanaieu
right. I cannot see to save my soul
i how a man can figure that because he
In most of the churches the majority i TV?' ' , ,ll,lMvvPr nnrl snend-
le fruits of tne . .. n. ,,nnnra nf the neonle's
Sunday-school work. They make the T . " " " ; m heneft.
of the members are the fruits of the
c a st. i.. ny.
Ticket Ofllces: Union
City Omee, Maxwell
House, corner Church
Kt ttnA Vntirth Ave-
ti222S3Ly nut. N. Phone Main
(Corrected Pec. 3, 1911)
V. M. HUNT, City Ticket Aeent Aaxwett
POWELL PHILLIPS, P. A.. Maxwell House.
INO. h. ORAFFNEY. JR.. laxweM Home.
W. L. DAN LEY, Q. P. A., Union Station.
Vr'at mmd Northwest
7 0 ain Memphis, Hickman, Paducah,
St. Louis, connects from On
trevills (!) 8.35 pm
2:15 am Jackson. Memphis. Hickman,
5 30 pm Waverly Accommodation,
connects fsr Centreville 8 00 dm
8:03 pm 'Dixie Flyer, solid train to
1130 pm Memphis and Hickman
Month nd I Cunt
2:25 am Chattanoota and Atlanta ....
9.30 am St. Louis, JacksenvilleDixie
Flyer." Connections (!) lor all
branch line points
11:25 am "Dixie Flyer." tolid vesti
buled train to Chattanooat
Atlanta. Jacksonville. Din
ing cars 4:12 pm
8:30 pm Chaitanootta and connect
ing (!) lor Shelby ville, Sparta.
Tracy City, South Pittsburg
U:Q0 pm TulUh.Mtu Accommodation
(connects for Shelby ville) ....
930 pm Chittauooa, Atlanta ileep-
rto Ni-w York
Ukanaa Trains '
17:09 am Lebanon Mixed ,.1' J'1
! .25 nm Lebanon txpress ij w
M:n pm Lebanon Accommeaatii.. mM vm
pm Lebanon flctoinmamuwa .. v-
IDaflr except Sunaay. ,
S 35 tm
1 36 pm
.31 0 4 27 11
Score by innings
A. M. E. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 5 4
13. II. Swifts 00000000 00 4 0
most faithful Christians, the best Bi
ble students and the best citizens of
"Go ye therefore and teach all na
tions" is a command that the Sunday-school
Is certainly obeying, and
many men and women have offered
Summary: 2 base hits, Mixon, Whit-. themselves as missionaries and more!
The Athletics weer fallig, but they
are climbing since they met the only
Where is Nesbitt, of the A. M. E.
Did you see Mayberry put the stand
On? Vinson did.
Allison, of th
sitt. Sublette; stolen bases, Sublette;
hit by pitcher, Alexander 2; struck
out by Alexander 9; by Branham, 9;
Time of game 1 hour 40 minutes. Um
pire, Allen. Attendance, good.
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE NOTES.
A. M. E. SPASMS.
Everybody is after us seven ag-
are saying, "Here am I, send me, send
"Prepare ye the way of the Lord.
Make his paths straight" (Matt. 3:3)
was the announcement made by John,
the forerunner of Christ. We see that
a thorough preparation should be made
for receiving the. gospel of his king
dom. The four-fold mission of the
gregations gee! Seven to one. But Sunday-school in helping to evangel
listen! We are after everybody and
the beauty of it is, that the only ocme
single filed. "Let them come on.
Did you see that bunch of rooters?
That bunch that wears their cognomen
perpendicularly situated on their neck:
Athletics, has cut
The South Side
Pii Iron ago
As interest at the present period of
the game seems to center between the
Sunday-School Union and the Black
Sox, a rough comparison or the play
ing ability of the two teams, man for
man, as viewed by a Sox, will no
doubt be of interest to followers of
the two teams.
In the catching department Britton, i cream thrown, in
of the A. M. E.'s has the preference , go it!
over Ware, of the Sox in hitting and j
throwing, while the honor should go j Well, the second half is on, and
to Ware as a receiver, who has been ' wc arc off. Ixt's "tighten up," all
handicapped by illness. Brooks and tight clubs, nnd give the public some
Moorman, of the Sox, clearly outclass , classy ball. We can do it. All of u;
Calhoun and the other two pitchers, ran't win all the time, but. we cat
l fhe A. M. K.'s as the official rec-lplay winning ball.
oni of each will show. At first Puree
Weren't they noisy over there
for eis'nt innings? Buti n the ninth
Presto! Change! Noiseless and voice
less almost motionless the same old
story, the A. M. E.'s won.
Maybe the Latist Hill Swifts
haven't a first sacker. Johnson is a
peach of the finest variety with the
You got 'em, noy;
1 is a better fielder and runner but ha
j nothing on Frye. in hitting and throw-:
ing. At second, Miller, of the Sox,
; who is young, willing and easy 10
learn, is playing a nice g;ime for tlv
Put players out of the gime v. hen
tlvy refuse to obey orders, Mr. Um
pire. You're in control; tiio players
are not. We stand for order and clean
sport. Our club is with you and will
nionev for Ills own nernuuui ucun.i.
It might be safe in the case of a
wealthy man, and I have my doubts,
if he lived, but he might die. The.,
we must go into the court? or wait
upon some administrator's pleasure o
get what is rightfully ours. I have
found that the average man handles
money right when he is properly sup
ervised, and I am recommending tht
the Auditor examine all officers not
less than twice per year and as Oiten
as the circumstances necessitate. The
Government has this to do. They have
inspectors camping on their officers'
tmil all the time, and we must keep
our officers under the same kind of
surveilance. When they know mat
they are likely to meet ar. inspector
nnv mornlne in the year, tiiey will let
the people's money alone and not be
Reduction of Representation
T want the member of this State
Grand Lodge to be thinking abou: an
nthpr matter, and that is the repre
sentation of our Supreme Grand
Lodge. Our order Is now too large 10
continue the old custom of having
three delegates from each lodge come
to the Supreme Lodge. In the fii.-t
place, the delegation is so large that
it is unwieldly and nothing can be
done in the way of legislation or de.
liberation. Second, it if a crime to
give the railroads that amount of
money. I am therefore going to rec
on inond at our next Suprsn; Lodna
that the delegates to the Supreme
Grand Lodge bo elected from the
-tate grand lodges and that each state
be allowed about 1(1 delegates not in
eludine State Grand Lodge officers.
These de-locates will represent all the
lodges in their state and each lodge
TKNNKSSKK CKNTKAI. R. R.
City Ticket Utile. No. 1 Arcade. Phon
Main mi. (Station at foot or Hruudway. hi
red ire Nov. 17 iai2.
For Sleeping car reservation, between 6 and 9
p. tn pnone Main uu.
IHopkinville Mail '. 7:55am 7:00pm
IHopkinsville Accom 5:00pm 9:45am
Lebanon Accom ll:Z5am i.wvm
IKnoxville Day Express 8:50am 6:45pm
Knoxville Niht txpress 9:J0pm e:npm
Monterey Shoping Train 4:(Xipm 10:0Tam
iLebanon Accom 6:10pm 7:50am
IDjily except Sunday.
Throueh electric liehted Pullman Sleepers on
night trains; individual lights in each birth, Pull
man service between Nasnviiie. ana Asnvuie, in.
throueh coaches on day trains between Nashville
SHOK1 EST LINE QUItKtS T 1 1Mb.
H. W. Tayson.iC. T. A.
R. A. Chadwick, G. P. A.
Sox, while Baker, who has had ey- show it by giving no tro'i.bJn.
Toilet Articles, Soda.
ed For and Deliv
ered. Day or Night.
Cor. Maple & LnfayfUe Sis.
pern nee, doesn t M-cin to know how
to play his position. He places his
1 isht foot behind the base with his
left a good step behind ami when
he tags at a runner he sweeps a cir
cle about ten foot back of second a
hint to the wL-o is sufficient. (Mend
your ways, Baker, or the Sox will
! get you if you don't watch out.)
j Stratton at short is the peer of
Wonder why the manr.ncn ent of th
teams on the home grounds dnc-n'tl
furnish water for the playi'3? When
. . 1 . il. Hfol.,1
we ar" ont Turning we no hi-il. ".
up, managers, all these il.tle things
All of us have been guilty of start
ing our games too late. We plead
ize the world lies in the four great
principles, "prepare ye," "give ye,"
"go ye" and "teach ye." It is said,
one hundred years ago the Bible was
accessible to only one-third of the
human race; since then it has been
translated into as ma"ny languages as
were spoken on the day of Pentecost,
and if they understand not these
translations, we have "Philips" to instruct.
This is an age of great Sunday
school movements and in view of this
important fact are we doing our part
for the evangelization of the world
in this, our fiftieth anniversary of
freedom. If we are, we can do more.
We can give more of our means, more
fervent prayers and more personal
consecration to the cause. The signs
of the time do not call upon the chos
en of God to stop and listen for the
approaching triumphal song of the re
deemed world. The majestic rythm
of (he ages is calling rather to the
world's youth to conduct the life's
work that falls to them in the evan- ,n th staTP jnsfend of havlnp to pay
gelization of the world. To hear theflin .,. nf three delegates will
voice, to become a voice, to stand for
God, crying in the world's wilderness,
' Behold the Lamb of God;,' to be the
forerunner of Christ in all lands is
the great call of the Sunday-school In
fostering nation-wide evangelism.
if ashtiixk Dmnraii
KSoUv Wdnate7, JM 1. 1UI
BubJof to abaac wlaoot motto:
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L. HOWARD IN THE CITY.
Rev. S. L. Howard,, the secretary
Irf the Evangelical Bureau of the A.
1 M. E. Church. Is in the city
short season. He reports a
ful meetings in the Kvangensnc woi k
In the states of Pennsylvania, Mary
land and Kentucky.
25,00 to attend N?t. Bap. Convention.
THE Y. M. L. EMBROIDERY CLUB.
ThP Y M L. Embroidery Club met
1 10AA lln.,1.
with Mrs. Horace iiiikih, " '-a
Ing street. The club is doing some
beautiful work. Two new memoes
wore enrolled. Mrs. Puby Pinder and
Mrs Herbert Adams. The ladie3
invited to the spacious dining-room,
whore a dutch lunch yas served.
the exnense of three delegates
simply be taxed S2 eacn representa
tion fee which will go to pay the ex
penses of the State delegation.
With this I have given you a pen
nicture of the great work of the order.
T have endeavored to do my duty as
God gave me wisdom to see the same.
The measures I have recommended
are open and above board and made
for the general good and the benefit of
no certain parties. Therefore I want
all to join in and feel free in helping
us nrnecute the work ahead. I want
to thank you one and all for the man
ner in which you have held up my
hands. Whenever I have given the
battle cry you have rallied about tire
flag. We are coming In with victori
ous b&nnors flyins. Let us not forget
the meekness which goeth with the
true victor. WKat I have done has
been with your aid, and so will it
ever be. As the guiding spirit of
Jehovah led and protected the chil
dren of Israel, the followers of Moses,
may It ever dwell nnd be with you
and me until we reach the fullness of
our aims and hopes. "As we build for
life let us pray that we are building
for eternity, nnd may the peace nnd
happiness that surpasseth all our un
derstanding be with you alway, Is my
fervent prayer, amen, amen.
7:00 am I:M aat
8:00 am : mm
1:00 am 1:M mm
10-.M am 11: u
1:00 pm !: mm
11:09 noon 1:00 V
11:30 pm 13:31
Dally except Hunday.
MIDDLE! TKNNEgEB KATLKOAO
EfTftotlT Sunday, Not. 3, 1113.
(Subjeot to ohang- without aotkoa.)
Leave ML Pleaaant. . . .7:00 am l:f vm
Leave FrankUn t:ll am : paa
Arrive Franklin 3:16 am 1:11 paa
Arrive Mt. Pleaaant. .11:1 am 1:16 paa
O. T. ELDER, aeneral Pa. Art-.
700 Broadway, NaahvtUe, Team.
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 Mortcagod Homes.
Noon Day Lunch Cafe.
Mrs. M. L Johnon, Owner,
Servea Maals at all Hour. Skert
thirn a SptoUWy.
21S Leeatt Street.
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