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STAR THEATRE 412 Cedar St. 412 Cedar St. to lrplrn MuvtnilM Itnnlt Phone 4S-11 I SOI J.ifersan Si. G. E. Tricber SiiIo aiulFniify Hemeinher Trifhor's Fresh Meal Counter fillet! with Fork Chops, Brisket Heef, Hound Sleaks, Loin and Teahone Steaks. IC-rvtliiiig gootl io l'!nf. A. G. JARRETT POOL KMI and i:vk BREEDER OF Thoroughbred Hull I!on Corresptndanca Soluritrd, A a1 d rent A. ii. JAllKKTT Sliolhy !!!, Trnn. Ragtime piano playing positively taught in 20 lessons. Success guar anteed. Call or write for free book let. Christensen School of Music, 624 Lea Ave., Nashville. Tenn. ' Mr. C. S. Fairley, of Moss Point. Miss., spent several days in the city this wrek. the gurst of Mr. A. N. Johnson. Mr. Fairley Is a prominent merchant of Southern Mississippi and was en route home from an extended trip in the north. Reel Springs Tennessee . . .. Whiskey W. II. WILSON Vi-Prra.aa4 S. Nashville, Tcnn, Sporting News. ATHLETICS AND A. M. E. CLASH SATURDAY. The two teams will fight it out for first place Capital City League Is drawing to a close. The pitfjle of Nashville have been furnished with the cleanest sport ever witnessed and baseball is being re vised. The players have conducted themselves in the most orderly way, and the attendance, the free games and al30 to the pay games have been far beyond the highest nope of the most optimistic. . The officials have been convinced that baseball in Nashville will receive the most liberal patroryige from the people. The league will pull off two or three more double headers in the park before the session closes. One will be on the ISth and another at a date to be selected. It was decided Monday night to play a benefit game for the widow of Steve McCall, who I uit u aikn ail iiijuij ill line; lu link games played In the league. All of the teams agreed to Join In the work to make this game one of the largest from point of attendance during the season. w AH. advertising will be dep ilated" b'y the newspaper and printing offices and all the proceeds will go to the fund. Tn' North Nashville on the Salem Town ground the A. M. E. and the Athletics will meet in a contest that will probably decide the champion ship of the league. This game is attracting interest and a large crowd will be on hand to witness the game. The game on June 23, Globe against Black Sox was protested by the Globe. This matter was settled Wed nesday night and the game will be played over. The game of August 2, Globe vs x. M. C. A., was protested by the Y. M. C. A., and the protest was al lowed and the game will be played over. Games Saturday are as follows: A. M. E. vs. Athletics to be played ai &aiem Town. ...( '-"Southern Stars vs Globe, at Wal den. N. & C. Stars vs Y. M. C. A. at lladley Park. STANDING OF CLUBS. August 6. Club vv A. M. E 9 Pet .819 .750 .500 .500 Athletics Black Sox Y. M. C. A Baptist Hill Swifts So. Staist Globe N. and C. Stars .. ..9 .5 , .5 ..5 ..4 . .3 ..3 .454 .364 .33.1 .273 BAPTIST HILL SWIFTS 18, N. AND C. SARS 8. B. H. S. . .2 1 0 2 2 0 5 G 18 21 IV C. Stars. 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 8 6 8 Globe Players AB .4 4 .4 R 0 n o l l 1 o o o II o 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 PO 0 1 o 1 0 15 0 2 0 A 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Boyd, 3b ... . Singleton, ss . Robinson, c . Biddix, 2b . . Williams, rf . E.- Johnson, lb Kelly, cf . Jennings, If . Venson, p . . Totals . ..30 B. H. Swifts Player AB Allison, c I Brnnimn. If .. 4 J. John-on, lb 4 7 21 R n i II 1 1 9 "l 1 0 1 1 o PO o l 15 0 1 1 0 1 2 A 1 0 0 1 o 1 0 1 0 Ball, cf .. Washington, Turner, ss . K. Johnson, Tfrrsley, rf Menesse, 2b ,..4 !b 4 1 n 1 l Totals ... .33 S 10 21 4 2 Score by innings Oiobf 010002 0 3 7 4 II. Ti. S 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 S 1ft 2 Summary: Two b.iso hits, E. John son. J. Johnson: thr.-p bne hits, Wil linrps: base on balls, off Venson 3, off Johnson 4, off Urniinon 1. Struck out by Johnson 0. bv Prannon r. Dou ble plays: J. Johnson to Johnson; YYnGon to E. Johnson. Stolen bases: Kelly, Johnson, Biddix E. Johnson. Umpire, Charlie Allen; Srorer, 1). 13. Parry. ATHLETIC CAMP. Everybody's going out to see Athle tics defeat the A. M. fl. Athletics .are fast rounding into form for a grand finish. Saturday will cinch the second place for some one, who will it be? Farrell to Murray to Vaughn is our double play slogan. Keep your eyes On Allison, the best throwing cnteher in Nashville. Iva T. Bryant will be ever so ner-vr.e- this time next week. Win with the Athletics. We will get the pennant, or buss. La-t Monday on Cheex-Neal field In Eist Nashville the Baptist. Hill Swifts mmi ' . ' , The regular biennial registration of voters for Davidson County, Tenn., will take place in the several wards and districts of the city and connty on Aug. 11 to 21, inclusive, 1813.- The books will be opened on Monday, Aug. 11, at 8 a. m., and will be kept open until 9 p. in., and will be opened and kep opened during the sime hrnirs ibiilv texcent Sundavi until. Mid including. AiiLr. 21. for the retristration of all qualified voters. Persons so registering will be entitled to vote at all elections within two years from the close ol said registratioii, provided they do not-change their place of residence and are otherwise qualified under the law. In the city wards all persons maybe registered who will be qualified to vote on or before Sept. 11, 1913 THE PLACES OF REGISTRATION ARE AS FOLLOWS: First Ward Registration place, Fifth Ave., N., and Monroe St.. Second Ward Registration place, Tenth Ave., N., and Buciianan St. IThird Ward Registration place, Jefferson Street Engine House. Fourth Ward Registration place, Sulphur Spring House, Fourth Ave., N. Fifth Ward Registration place, 4 26 Third Ave., North. Sixth Ward Registration place, 219 Fourth Ave., N., Harry Schwartz Store. " " ' Seventh Ward Registration place. 818 Church St. Eighth Ward Registration place, 12th Ave and Pearl St. i Ninth Ward Registration place!, Fifteenth Ave., N., and Church St. Tenth Ward Registration place, Broad Street Engine House. Eleventh Ward Registration place R. H. Lee's coal office. . ' Twelfth Ward Registration place, Mrs. Hanifin's Store, 308 Fourth Ave., S. ! Thirteenth Ward Registration place, 718 Fourth Ave., S., Miss Langford's. Fourteenth Ward Registration place, 140 Filmore Street, South, fifteenth Ward Registration place, 1136 Fourth Ave., South. Sixteenth Ward Registration place. Spruce Engine House. ' Seventeenth Ward Registration place. Woodland Street Engine House. ,v Eighteenth Ward Registration place. East End Pharmacy. IT MA LONE, Supervisor; and the N." and C. Stars engaged in slug feast. Both teams hit well. When the contest was over the Swifts had hit Gaines for 15 hits, 18 bases and 18 runs. In the same time tha Stars touched Johnson and Branham, but mainly Johnson, for 11 hits, 17 bases, but could gather only and de pite the free hitting enjoyed the I game. N. & C. Stars- Player AB R H PO A E Hartsfield, lb ..4 2 3 12 1 1 K. Gaines, If .5 1 2 1 0 1 Martin, p, ss .5 1 1 1 3 2 Hurt, 3b .. ..5 1 1 4 2 1 Murray,, cf .. .5 0 1 1 0 0 G. Gaines, 2b . 4 0,0 3 2 2 S. Gaines, ss, p 4 0 1 0 4 1 ! F. Gaines, c . . . 3 1.1 2 4 0 Ross, rf 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 Totals --.l-i3-'lt 2t--t6 - -8 B. H. Swifts Allison, c .. .4 1 0 9 6 0 Branham, If, p .5 1 2 0 2 0 1 Johnson, p, lb .6 0 2 8 3 II Balle, cf 5 2 2 0 0 1 McCall, lb, If ..5 2 1 6 0 0 Wash'ton, 3b .5 3 2 0 1 2 Tipton, ss .... 5 3 2 1 2 0 j Menecse, 2b . .5 3 2 3 1 1 Foster, rf 5 3 2 0 0 0 Titals . . .45 18 15 27 15 5 Score by innings Stars 10122100 18 Swifts 2103205 5 IX A STATEMENT FROM CHAIRMAN "HAYNES OF THE TRUSTEE BOARD OF ROGER WIL LIAMS UNIVERSITY. When asked concerning the article published in the Nashville Banner a few days ago concerning Roger Wil liams University, he sn'd: "We know the condition of the school as a Trus tee Board: we are on the inside and do not wish to air the troubles of the past term of the school. However, if this must be done, every detail may be brought to light, which will not do the school any good nor the former president. The school is a chartered institution and by-laws by which the Trustee Board may manage its busi ness, also with an attorney in the person of Hon. C. C. Slaughter to ad vise, lie is also a member of the Trustee Board. The institution is greatly in debt and we need nearly Slft.ftOO to pay the bills of the insti tion. "Those who are trying to keep up ft rife would do better if they would irivn money to pay the bills already made at the institution. Loud in praise to any man wont pay the Dills, of this institution. The Trustee Board of Boger Williams University does not wih to cast any reflection upon the former president of the school, but conditions have enjised the chamt' Changes are made in city and county, also in private schools, but the schools are allowed to go on if those that are finding fault with tne TrustVe Board will get a set of men tnat will take this institution and pay the bills better than we have. The Board of Trustees will be too glad to turn the institution over to such a crowd to run it. Like all families and insti tutions we have had our troubles, yet under God we will do our duty a? best we can to succeed. The Board has ben a unit In all of its actions up to this hour." McEWEN NOTES. The colored strintr bani of Nash viTle funvhen excellent music for the Cpthol'" picnic, which was en ioyed bv H. Oulte a spiritual serv ice was held at Elm Grove Sunday. Rev. W. M. Manlove. of Vnnleer. preached the morning sermon. Text: "The fear of the Lord is the begin ning of wisdom." A splendid dinner OF REGISTRATION Una, Aug. 11. 12, 20, 21. Nineteenth Ward First Precinct: Registration place, Hutton's drug store, Aug. 15, 16, 18, 19. Second precinct: Weakley's Store, Aug. 11, 12. 13, 14, 20, 21. Twentieth WardRegistration place, 700 Meridian St., J. H. La nier's grocery. Twenty-first Ward Registration place, 2700 West End Ave. Twenty-second Ward Reglstra- tion place, Waverly drug store. Twenty-third Ward Sixteenth Ave Woodland St.. J. W. Grimes' Store. Twenty-Fourth Ward Registration place. New Shop Gate store room. Twenty-fifth Ward First Precinct, Registration plate, Charlotte Pike Engine House, Aug. 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21. Second precinct. H. C. Branham's, 1505 Fifty-fourth Ave., opp. Nashville Hardwood Co., Aug. 11, 12, 13. DISTRICTS. . Second District -Glencliff, Aug 19. Antioch, Aug. 18. Mt. View, Aug. 15. 15. Smith Springs, Aug. 13, 14. Una, Aug. 11, 12, 20, 21. Glencliff, Aug. 14. Meadow's Store, Aug. 15. Lannom'8 Store, Aug. 16, J 8, 19. Fourth District 'Hermitage, Aug. 19, 20, 21. Old Hickory, Aug 15, 16, 18. Soldiers' Home, Aug. 14. Seven Points, Aug. 11, 12, 13. Fifth District 'Briley's Store, Aug. 11.-.12, 18, 19. McMahan's Store, Aug. 13, 14. was spread, enough to feed the'-peo-'j pie and then carry a plenty back flome. The service concluded In the afternoon with a spiritual sermon by the pastor. Mrs. Daisy Lane had quite a number of litfile people in school Monday morning. She Is the Heht woman in the rieht Dlace in anv school room and a model Christian in church services, that is willing and ready to do anything for the Lord. Mr. Cabert Adams died a few days ago,, he left a wife and a host of friends to mourn his loss. His re remains were buried in Edgewood Cemetery. The funeral took place at 10 o'clock and was attended by Rev. S. H. Brown. Mrs. Fannie Chil-J dress, of Jackson and Master Em mitt Weathall were here last week visiting relatives. Mrs. D. Yates and daughter are planning a trip to Van leer this week to see her father. The dry, hot, weather has not as yet, BeemSngly, affected the crops very much in our section. The wheat has done extra well and the corn in low lands is in a prosperous condition. The outlook is that one or two more rains will give the farmers a deal of corn. SAND HILL NOTES. The people of this community en joyed themselves at a fish fry Satur day, conducted by Mr. Nat Perry and others. Those present from Nash- I ville were Mesdames A. It. McCulloch and Jones and two little grandchil dren, Genetta and Jas. Andrew, who a'-e visiting the Tattle family. Mes dames Dillie Ridley and Beatrice Weakley. The young people enjoyed themselves at the residence of Mrs. Nancy Butler Sunday afternoon. The icllowing persons were present, to whom were sprved peaches and cream: Messrs. W. A. Batey. Willie Buchanan, Misses S. L. Battle, S. J. Sharfner, Mary Batey, Vera L. Battle, NATIONAL NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE. (Continued from Page 1.) Boley, Okla. (There is a considerable nnmher of towns and settlements DOD- - 1 ted entirely or almost entirely by Negroes, mere is a aepenaaDie rec ord of 29 of these towns and 16 of such settlements.) Negro Occupations in Philadelphia Past and Present, by representatives of the Philadelphia Negro Business i earrue. Electrical Engineering The Opportunities Offered, Based Upon My Experience, Preston C. Slowe, Philadelphia, Pa Catering, Andrew J. Guy, Steubenville, Ohio. A Kitch en end Supply Company, W. G. Payne, Lancaster, Pa. Our Experi ence and Success in the Grocery Business, James S. Hardrlck, Spring field, Mo. A C. Vital, New Iberia, La. Dressmaking as a Profession, Mrs. W. A. Jackson. New Orleans, La. Manufacturing Hair Preparations, Madam C. J. Walker. Indianapolis, tnd. Negro Business Development in Kansas, H. T. Keallng, Kansas City, Kans. My Steam Bakery, W. How lett Jones. Danville, Va. The Place ot Education in Business, Kelly Mill er, Washington, D. C. FRIDAY. Mornina Session, August 22nd, O'Clock. at Musical' Fund Hall, 803 Locust Street. The League called to order. Prayer. Music. Reports from Affiliated Or- conizations The Negro Banker: ins rir.nnrtnn(v Rvmnnsium Discussion n ho nrlnrted under the General Direction of the National Negro Eank- W R. Pettiford, ers Association, ur. President. Wilkersona Store, Aug. 15, 16, Sixth District Oglesby, Aug 15, 16, Roberson's Store, Aug. 14. Flat Rock, Aug. 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21. Seventh District May's Store, Aug.' 16, 18, 19. Glenaate Park, Aug. 14, 15, Belmont Pharmacy, Aug. 11, 12, ELgtht District Stringfellow's Store, Aug. 11, 12. ' Hinton's Store, Aug. 13, 14, 15. Atkinson's Store, Aug 19, 20, 21. Bell's Store, Aug. 16, 18. Ninth District Pasquo, Aug. 14, 15, io, is. Bellevue, Aug. 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, Tenth District Goodlettsville, Aug. 11, 12, 13. .Baker's Store, Aug. 18. Hunter's Store, Aug. 14, 15, 16. . Goodlettsville.. Aug 19," 20, 21. Eleventh DisUrict Madison, Aug. 14, 15, 16. Newsom'a Store, Aug. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 21. Twelfth District Beech Church School, Aug. 18, 19. Worsham's Store, Aug. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21. Thirteenth District Scbttsboro, Aug. 13, 14. ' Jordonia, Aug. 15, 16, 18. Bordeaux, Aug. 11, 12, 19, 20, 21. Fourteenth District White's Creek Aug. 11. Dry Fork, Aug. 12. Marrowbone, Aug. lo. Forest Grove, Aug. 14. Zimmerle's Store, Aug. 15, 16, 18. Joelton, Aug. Aug. 19, 20, 21. W. 0. VERTREES, Chairman ' The Negro tfride'rtakef:' SymDosium Discussion to be conducted under the general direction of the National Ne gro Funeral Directors' Association, G. w. iTankim, President. The Nation ai wegro Press Association, R. W. Thompson, President The National Negro Bar Association, Josiah T. Set tle, President Reports from State Negro Business Leagues: Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Florida, Mississip pi, Texas, Colorado, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Kansas and Illinois. Packing and bhipping Furniture, Francis Turner. New York City. Wholesale Commis sion Produce, C. H. James, Charles ton, W. Va. Ice Cream Manufactur ing, J. H. Madison, Boston, Mass. The Petroleum and Natural Gas Indus try, Spencer Adams, Washington, p. C. Reports of Committees: On Auditing. On Resolutions. On Nom inations; - '- "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Benediction. ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR IN SESSION. Order of Eastern Star in Session. Special to the Globe. Jackson, Tenn., Aug. 4. Another I meeting being held here this week mat is auructing a aeai or attention is the Order of the Eastern Star, the women's department of the Masonic fraternity. The ladies played a con spicuous part in the public exercises and received many favorable compli ments. Their sessions are being held in the Masonic hall with J. H. Adams the presiding officer. Jackson, Tenn., Aug. 5, 1913. Excel sior Grand Chapter O. E. S. met in the Masonic Hall at 10 a. m. The meeting was opened by the Grand Royal Patron, Brother J. H. Adams, ot Nashville. Opening song, "Blest be the tie that binds." Prayer by Grand Chaplain Brother G. W. Whittaker. Then Grand Patron appointed a Cre dential Committee. After they had made a partial report showing that we had a quorum to open the Grand Chapter, the Grand Patron invited the grand officers to the East and the gavel was turned over to Grand Ma ter, who proceeded lo open the Grand Chapter in regular form. Mrs. M. A. Turner, of Pulaski, Tenn., the Past Grand Matron, was invited to the East by the Grand Patro'n. The Grand Pa tron appointed the following mem bers to act at reporters for the dif ferent cities: Mrs. S. J. Carter and Mrs. Oden, of Nashville; Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Wilder, of Chattanooga; Mrs. Bowman, of Memphi- for Clarksville; Mrs. Cox for Memphis. After the Grand Matron opened the Chapter in its usual beautiful form, the Grand Chapter was declared ready for busi ness. The roll of grand officers was then called by the Grand Secretary, Mrs. Mosby, of Memphis. The hours for meeting are from 9 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m. By permission of the Grand Chapter the Grand Pa tron's wife, Mrs. Adams, was allowed to read his annual address, which wa3 full of wisdom and instructions for the uplift of the O. E. S. The Royal Grand Matron, Mrs. La- Trade, then read her address, which was one of the best that has ever been delivered before the Grand Ex celsior Chapter. The Grand Associate 10! Matron, Mrs. Jenkins, of Jellico, iTcnn., also read her annual address and presented to the Grand Chapter a beautiful pillow with Amaranth de sign embroidered on it. The Associate Grand Patron, Mr. CVs. Hayes, then read his address, which was listened to with much nlcasure, after which the Grand Chap ter was called off until 2 p. m. The afternoon session was called RAILEOAO TI11E TABLES LeaUviTU A rTsakvin ft. IS. LNew Daloa sutttoa, City Ticket Ortloe, J21 raarta avenue, lairanoaa maia (Corrected to June S3, '12) nrth-iorlhweat Leaves Arrive S;ll)uiii--ljOulgville & Cincinnati aau am piu now York Special (through service) 8.00 am 8-Vi am New YorK Limited (through service) 8:3f, pm all 15 ii m Louisville Accom a3:IO pn 3:2u Kin KviuiBvllle A Chicago ,. 2-ur am 3:i nin KYtmsville 8U Louis 8 26 am aT:.) am Kvanvllle St. Louis.. 2K)) am !:) pm-The ChicaisO Limited... 7 am 4 -U) tii.- KvantiviUe & Chicago (IHOe Flyer) 11 12 am 7.55. pm-TlieSt. I ouis Flyer.,.. 1,hh am Nunth 2.25 aiuBlrmlngham Mont gomery, Mobile, New orieaus 2:58 am 825 am llirmlngham, Mont gomery, Mobile, New Orleans 7;W pm D:05 pm Mr m Ingham & Mont gomery 8 60 am Aeronl m o al a t i m n 'IVatnai a!3;10 pm Nashville and Scous- vine Accommodation no il am a!5:10 pm Nashville and Harts- vine Accommodation 7:46 a H aoo pm iiopKinsvme Accom modation 3 40 pm Nashville and Decatur 9 66 am Accommodation,,,. , 10 00 am 3:40 pm Columbia and Mt. Peaant .. 6 40 pm 7:30 am Columbia, Florence,' Sheffield and Tub- cumlila 6 4Q pm a!4:30 pm Nashville and Clark's- villa Accommodation.. 18 18 am 7.30 am Franklin & Columbia .. 10:06 am 2:0 pm Interurban u-4 pm 840 pm-Columbla and ' M i! Pleasant 4 60 pm 6:55 pm Interurban 6 40 pm I Dally xcept Sunday. ' . ft Stops at North College Station. Train arriving at 7-40 p. tn. and 7 15 p. m. brings connections from Tuacumbla.and r lorence. R C. WM.LIS. n'strlct Passnger'Aifl V. H. MU8TA 1 N E, City Pansenger Agy & NT. L.. UY. Ticket Offices I'nlon Station Hroadway. City Office, Mnxwell House, corner Church St. and Fourth Ave nue, N. Phone Main 877. (Corrected Pec. 3, 1810 W. M. HUNT. City Ticket Agent Maxwell HP0WELL PHILLIPS. P. A.. Maxwell House. JNO. F. GRAPFNEY, JR., MaxwcH Hosse. W. L DAN LEY. O. P. A.. Union Station. W and Northwrat Leaves. Arrives. 7:00 am Memphiv Hickmaa, Paducah, St. Louts, connects Irom Cen treville (!) 8.35 pm 2;l5 ara Jack son, Memphis. Hickman. Paducah :32 pm !5-30 pm Waverlr 1 Accommoaatien, 1 w.i. connects lor Cenlreville 800 am 1.09 pm "Dixie Flyer." solid train to St. Louis t 3oam 1130 pm Msmphis and Hickman 6 50 am Moailb and Kaat si 1:25 am Chattanooga and Atlanta .... 2 55 am 1.30 am St. Louis, Jack sen ville. "Dixie Flyer." Canaeclions (!) lor all branch line points 6.35 pm 11:25 am "Dixie Flyer." olid vesti- buled train to Chattanooga. ' ( Atlanta. Jacksonville. Din ing cars 4:1 P 8 JO pm Chattnog and connect ing (!) tor Shelby ville. Sparta. aydteville, Huntsvilie. Tracy City, South Pittsburg 1050 am 16:00 pm Tullahoma Accommodation ( onnects for Shelby ville).... 1 15 am 9.30 pm Clnttanoem. Atlanta Sleep- ertoN.wYork 65 am Lckaaaa Train 17:01 am Lebanon Mixed i'lk"" 1:25 am-Lebanon Express 112:10 pm 1440 pm lbtnon Accommeaatiwn.. wM pm HM pm Lebanon Accommedatma .. uo pm IDaBy except Sunday. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R.R. City Ticket Oflice. No. 1 Arcade. Phone Mala 306. Htatlon at foot of Broadway .C Ef fective Nov. 17 iai2. ) For Sleeping car reservation, between 6 and 9 p. m., phone Main 1172. Depart. Arrive. IHopkiaville Mail 7;55am . i :00pm !Hopkmsville Accom 5:00pm ' 9:43am Lebanon Accent. 11:25am g:10pra IKnoxnHe Day Express.. ..8:50am 6:45pm Knoxville Night Express 9:30pm 6:15pm (Monterey Shoping Train 4:00pm 10fam (Lebanon Accom 6:10pm 7:50am (Daily except Sunday. Through electric lighted Pullman Sleepers on night trains; individual lights in each birth, Pull- , man service between Nashville, and Ashvil'e, N. through coRches on day trains between Nashville and knoxville. SHORTEST LINE-QUICKEST TIME H. W. Tayson. C. T. A. R. A. Chadwick. O. P. A NllHTIXIja EmOBLCBAJT Trala IsmMnU Effective Wednesday, Ju L lilt. Subjeof to oatais without aotfe. iaa E1 ' "" N.. LEAVE FRANKLIN. :U0 am .. 7:00 am . 8:00 am . 9:00 am . 10:00 am .. 12:00 noou 1:00 pm . 3:00 pm . 4:00 pm . 6:00 pm . 1:00 pm . 7:t ptn . 10:30 pm . JtKXTal NAJHVUXJL f T:M ajaj l:M amj : mm 1:M an 11:M mi 1:M a !: pm 4:60 wm : pm T:M pm :M pm 11:1 pm SaiUWiU LEAVE ARWTl TtLAXXLOL As. . NASHVILLE. 7:00 am 8:00 am i km a) W WW JPaaVal t:0 ua lt:M m 1:M am 11:11 an 1:00 vm I: pm 11:00 nooa 1:M 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm pm 6:00 pm pm 6:00 pm T:6f ma 7:00 pm pa 8:00 pm 1I:M pm 11:30 pm 11:34) ma Dally sicep t SmnAay. MIDDLE TSlfHliatEa 4rT.mna.rn Pa EffecttT an day, Mot. 3, 1311 (Subject to ohaosre wttWwt nsti0 Leve Mt Plnt. . avxa !: pm Leve Franklin 1:11 mm 4:M mm Arrive Franklm 8:11 bj 8:11 pm Arrive Kt P1atvt. .una mm :M mm O. T. ELDER. Omarml Paam. Ada 700 Broadwmv, HaafevlU, Tmmm. to order by the Royal Grand Patron, J. II. Adams, and the Credential Com mittee was called and made an ad dltional report of 157 chapters being represented, showing that the Ordei 13 in a prosperous condition. At thli point all the committees were ap pointed. Short addresses were then made by different representatives of the chapters. Of these Mrs. M. A Turner, Past Grand Matron, of Pu laski. Tenn., spoke words of encour agement, also Miss N. E. Perkins, of Susanna Chapter No. 31, Nashlle' Mrs. Gray, of Winchester; Mrs. S. J Carter. Nashville Electa No. 1; Mrs Edna Lake, No. 59. The Chapter was called off until Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock.