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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913.
3 TRADE AT Mansfield's Pharmacy lfca Atmn aaa Jsdaraaa Strati Free, Qaick Delivery p.m. teoi W. . IIYNES Employmrni Aeacy When out of employment call at 421 Cedar St. where all classes of service are secured And to lift clean, snow white lauadry at reasonable prices New Majestic Laundry Agency 429 Cedar St. M. 2190 (HAS. CORN A. L. G0LB&KR9 Colin ami Golflberg Yards Cor. Fifth Ava. and Dftnianbrfinat S "" and lUflta 12S Fifth At. Soalk Phone M. 1$S NashviSe, Team. CANDIDATE FOR Commissioner oi Revenue and Finance Lyle Andrews I invite an investigation of my record as a mem ber of the City Council on all Labor Legislation. I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Influence. CHARLES (STRINGER llAltlimt SHOP GOOD. WORK 417 Fourth Avenue, North Loui s J!. North TU Kiit .f Horse Slioers 419 Fcurib Avo., 1 iTE&KlTY HOME. Strictly Private. Mrs. Susie L. Garter Phone Main 3914. 1608 Thompson St. North Nashville. HAVIS' Cuh Syrup, Cold Tablets, Liver f -ales Mast da the work ar now; rn fnaded Naaikville I)rn .Cat. Free Delivery Maia 1200 12th 'anil Jrderiwa The National Life and Acci dent Instance Co. Naahrflla. Ti Cash Capital 23,Cv.G0 LHe, Health aai AaeiaW la saranca ia ana PaUav Weekly aai MaafUy Pramram PROSECUTION OF JOHNSON. Protest Comet From Australia In Negro's Interest Washington, July 26VIco Preil dent Marshall today received a pro test from Australia against tho pros ecution of Jack Johnson under the white slave law. The communica tion declares the suit to be the re sult of a "conspiracy to ruin the reputation and health of Mr. John ton as a master pugilist' The Vice President had to pay 10 cents postage due on the protest lis promptly turr;d It ever to J. Hamilton Lewis, from whom he col lected the 62oess ' pottage on the plea that Jchsscs was a constituent of Levis' and the Senator should taad the tax on general priacipies. Church Directory " P ENTKCOS T A L CHURCHES. IIoijvbss. riOft TwelfKi avpan, N. Sun day st-rrU-t-s 11 .1(0 a. m. aud 7 p. m. SF.TENTH PAY ADVENT.oTS CHLRCH. SrvaxTH Py Apvkntirt No. 2, 711 Win ter St. Services Saturday 10 a, ra. to 12 m. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Hoi.y Family, 4r,8 Third Ave., N. Sun Jay serviees 10 :P.O a. in. the ciinton of god. Thr Cnrncii fir Gd, M4 Fourth Ave, S. Kunilny Ki lioelp : pri'iK-hing nt nicht S . m. ; Wlllisi: ffoi xpra' Club Tuesday Ifftat : prciichiiiji at tlw river every Slin ky at 3 :'M p. in. A. XI. K ZION CHURCHES. 7.ws Cni'iieu Si'MAY-Scnont., Howerton Ave., nenr Fit'lh. Sunday services 11 a. in. L an j 7 :;! p. in. COXOHKGATIOXAL CHURCHES. Mixvaki) CHAi'ft., 12th Ave., N. Sunday school Hi n. in.; prenelilnc; services 1 1 a. ni. Sunday : Y. 1'. S. ('. E. 0 :no p. m. I'Mi.N. I'lsk I'nlverHity Campus t'rench Inc services at 11 a. ra., followed by Sus diiy school ; Y. XI. C. A. ana C. K. meet ing; nt ! n. tn. : mission Sunday-school 2 p. in ; pruyer-meetlnu YVednesdtiy nt 0 :40 p. m. EPISCOPAL. Hoi.y Trinity, S. (1th and Ewlng Aves. Sunday-school 0 :'M ; preaching services 11 a. in. and 7 :I!0 p. ni. Sunday. HoFkman Hvi.i., Hoffman Hall RuHtling. Sunday-school it ::tt a. m. ; preach Inn 11:30 u. ni. Sunday; praise services 7 p. m. IIanni.noton Chai'KI,, IIo!Tnian Hall. Sunday serviees 7 M0 add 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. COLORED MKTIloniST EPISCOPAL CIIL'HOHKS. Lank TAi;i:itNAri.Pi, Sprlnj St. Sunday school 0 ::io a. ni. ; preaching 11:30 a, in. nnf . p. in.; Epworth League meeting at 0 :.)() p. m. ; prayer-meeting every Wodnesr dav nt. 8 o'clock. C.vi i:i;s Cuapki,, Church St. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. ; Sunday-school, !) :,10 a. ra. ; C. JO. League, 7 p. ni. ; Tues day niiiht, elass mooting; Wednesday, 3 p. m., Llble class. PRES11YTRUIAN CHURCH. St. AN.inr.Vv, Nth Ave., N. Sunday serv ices 11 a. m. and 7 :Ii0 p. m. First Chuhoh, Ilelman street. Sun day su vlces 1 1 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. duy services 11 a. tn. asd 7 MO p. m. CHRISTIAN' CHURCHES. Lka Avknuh. 713 Lea Avenue. Sunday school !::!() a. m. ; proiiohinc serviees 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays : 0. E. 7 p. m. Sunday evening ; prayer-mreiliiR Wednesday nlirht. Uai Sthkbt. rreachtsi 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. : Sunday-school 9 :30 ; Christian En doavor 7 p. in. Willow Strict. 3. Hill, S. W. Corner First avenue. Sunday service 7 :39 p. m. MKTIIODIST EPISCOPAL. Clark: Memohial, 388 Fraaklin St. Sunday-school S :.'(() a. in.; Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :S0 p. m. Rkadrn Chavhi,, 75 Geerala Ht. Sun day sarvlces 11 00 a. m. and 7 :'M) p. m. tJomwtN Chapel, Herataa, ar Proswt. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7 :S(I p. m. UnuiiAKD'H Chai'l, Trimble, 8. W. Car. H. Mill. Sunday services 11 a. at. aad 7 :3 a. m. Kohcis Sr., 11th Are., N. E. Cor Central Ave. Sunday services 11 a. ia. aad 7:30 p. m. Thomprov ChapkTj, Walden University Cnmpim. Sunday-school ft :30 a.m. ; preach Isg 11 a. m. : prayer services 7 p. m., Sun day ; University services at tha Meharry Auditorium on the second Sunday of each mouth, 11 o. m. Skay's CiiAi'SL, Green Ave., Cor. Fair field. Sunday services 11 a. m. and 7:3 p. in. a ' PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHES. McNaiiiy II in.. Breed St. Ssnday school I) :."10 ; preaching 11 a. B. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Services twice a waek. St. Eli, 8th Ave. Sunday-schoel 9 :3t a. m. : preaching 11 :SQ a. m. and 8 p. ra. Sundays. St. Lukh, Green St. Sunday-school :30 a. m. ; preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Pkthel Primitivf. Sundny-sehol 9:30 a. in. ; preaching services 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Mr. Moriau, S. E. Cor. lth Ave., N. Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. ; preaching serv ices 11 :'A0 a. ra. and 8 p. ia. Sandays. Plkakant Vali.kt, Edaehlll St. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. n. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Wf.rt Nashville. Snnday-Schoel S :3 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. ; prayer-niKtlBir Thursday tijht. The Umteb PKi.yrnve Uattist, S. K. Cor. WaTker St.. N. W. 8uaday-linl 0:30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and S p. m. Sundays. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL , . CUL ROUES. St. John, Ccr tth Ave. X. and Cedar St. Sunday services 11 :'.j0 a. at. and I : p. m. : Stiiid.iy-scheel 9 :30 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 a. ai. ; prayer aad cltta nieellns Timfxlay nltht. St. I'ai l. Cor. 4th Ave., 8., and Fraaklla St. Sundar serviees 11 a. m. ad S : p. m. : SuaAay-siMl :9 a. m. ; Chrteflaa Endavor neetlnfn C p. m. ; class MMt lng Thursday night ; prayer-meetine Taes day nlt'ht. I'MTHBL, lOlh Ave., S. Sunday services 11 :00 a. m. aad 8:04 p. m. ; Sunday seW I) :30 a. m. ; Christian BaSeaver aveethtf 7 p. ra. ; class aad prsyer-nteering ITinrs day nlcht. --Hnndny serviees 31 a. m. aad 8 p. m. ; Sunday-ocheel t :SO a. m. ; Christian En deavor 7 p. m. ; elans meotiiif Tues day nujtht ; prayer eefte Friday nijtht. EmNHr.iw, Stone's Rtver Taraplke. Sunday services 11 :00 a. m. aad S p. m. ; Sunday seheol :3fl a. as. ; Chrifltlan Kn deavor 7 : p. m. ; claws aseanaK Tuesday ntf.'ht ; prayer-nteetlae TbarMhty akrht. St. Lbb, Flrnt S., W. NaahvHltj. Sun day services 11 a. in. aad IM p. m. : Sunday seheo' i :3e a. m. : Christian Kn dnavor 7 :( p. at. ; casus ntsetins Wadnes day aiffht; prayer aseettng rrVUy nisht. Salem, Cor. 4th Ave., N. and BM-aaaan St. Sunday servkaa 11 a. nt. and 8 :) p. m. : Baada- sehoel IJti. at. : Chriallsn Endeavor 7 :(K p. nj. : rlan nieetlnc Tburs day nljht: prsyer ateetlae Tuesday alfnt. RrovKL Stmbt, 1715 Seevel St.-r-Sundav aemees 11 :t a. sa. and 8 :00 p. m. 8na-day-srhoal 1:36 a. m. : ChrtMlan Eodeaver T p. aa. : class nseetlng Wednnidny nbjht. fkTKt CHArm.. Rnatsev St.. near 6th Bt. Sunday serviees 11:00 a. m. and S O p. ns. ; Sunday school 9 :XO a. m. ; Christian Rndeavor 7 :00 p. aa. : class meetlne Tnes- day nlrht; prayer-aeetloc Tkaraday night. bt. j a mm, MooreMwn. auMsy aervieea 11 :00 a. m. and S :M d. as.: Sandav-schoel S :S a. m. ; Christian BsideaTor 7 :O0 p. at. Allkm TaupLa. Sunday aarvlcea 11 :0O a. ni. and 8 :0t p. ai. ; Soaday srheel 0:10 a. m. : ChrtatUn Badeavor 7 :0S p. a. ; class Keerlnc Irlday nlfht St. Brwrnm, 8. (t St., K. Nashville. Samdar asrrleaa 11:00 a. nt. and S: p. at. ; SaadaT-soteel t : a. at.; Owlet iu Raearor f e p, Uaa nwetta Fri day Bhrht. , St. haiLLir, Mt Hea-n ITwmI.-uii-f aerTtwai 11 a. si. and :t p. am. ; Baaday stsiol S:M a. . ; (VMIu Ka deTr 19 .; elaaw asaatlaf Tharaday UAMpunm 9t.- aiSeT mtiHtm 11 :tt a. m aast a. crts& bl ; Sa4ay-swMl t :M rtia-Tat T p at.; etaaa e ?" naii asrvti . av ; aa.fajM a,; drfA, Etafiww 11 a. p. av; """nalg1 Gaaaawsv av--6flB)4s aa. aa a 3E a. avt rand i sisai an. aaa at,; I -' anftaad tiS Antioch, CS DeneUlct St. Sunday sery les Mvndsy m haol 3 p. m. ; t iubrfrn F.ndtMivor 7 :00 p. m. ; prea. bins 8 :Wi p. ai. ; nrayer meeting Wednesday nllit. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHES Mt. Olivh, Cedur St. Sundaj-sehou,' ! :S a. m. ; preaching 1 1 :20 untl a p. i Sunday's: teaehers' mceling Taesday evui laflM 7:30; prayer-sneeting Tuesday niKa.d preai'hing ou Thursday uihts; cpmiuuuioi. every fti-st Suuduy in each month 3 p. in Sratcn Utiikkt, Sth Ave., N. SuuOay schwd at 0:30 a. ni. ; services ll::;o a 1u and H p. ra. ; I!. Y. P. It. 7 p. m. Simdnv prayer-meet Ing on Friday nights; coimuiu'. Ion services every lirst Sunday la ii.,! month. Silvan Sr., Shelby Ave. Sundnv-sdioo. ! :3 a. m. ; s. rvicis 11:80 a. in." n,i.i . p. m. Sundays: prayer-uieelluu Tu.'Mla nlht; teachers' mooring Tuesday hm in" pleaching services Friday night ; 'll. Y. 1' V. Sunday 7 p. in First Baptist, Sth Ave., N. Sunday school 0:30 a. m. ; serviees 11:30 a in and 8 p. m. Sundays - B. Y. P. C. 7 p. m Suud.iy; prayer-meeting Tuesday niitis ; services Thursday nl;;hrs ; commuuii.u SM-vlcea every tirst Sunday. SiX'o.M), Stevens St., Cor. Deluge. Sun Sunday-school !) :i'0 n. in.: services 1 1 . a. m. and 8 :.",0 p. m. Sundays; piaver meetings Tuesday nii;lils: preaching Tliins day nlhis; coinuuuiion tier vices every Mrs. Sunday. Finn Ave. Sunday-school o :30 a. m. services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday' prayer-meeting Tuesday nUht : service Thursday ninlit ; coimuunlou services eve, v tirst Sunday. Fiiisr Baptist. E. Nashville. Siindav sdiool f :30 n. in.; services 1 I :;!( a i-i and 8 p. m. Sunday : B. Y. P. I'. 3 p. m Sunday; iiravr meellng Tues,lny iii','liis; seivicis Tuesday and Friday nights. 'Com munion servicen first Sunday. Pi. i as vr Giikk.v, .leil'erson St. Sunday setmol 0:30 a. ni. ; preaching 11:30 a. in. and 7:3o p. m. Sumlayg ; prayer-ineet::m ou Tucsdfl) of each week Kay.nk Avk. Sundav-sclioid ! :.",0 n. ni ; services 11 ::!0 o. in. and 8 p. m. Sundavs; B. Y. V. V. Siirday evenings; praver meet ing Tuesday mid preaching Thursdav: coin, miinion services every lirst Siindav. Mr. Ziox, .leTerson St., Cor. ll'tli Ave.. S.--.Sunday-school ti :."t0 a. m. ; preaching 11 :3o a. in. and 8 p. ru. Sundavs. Wkst Ciidaii Sr. Siinday-sclio'id fl :.",o a. rn. ; services 11 :30 a. in.; cumnniiiiou serv ice every lirst Sunday. MT. Ni:ih., X, w." Nashville. --Sunday-school o :;',() a. m. : services 1 1 :30 a lii. and 8 p. m. Sunday ; communion services every lirst Sunday. Fa IKK ik i.r. .Sunday-school 0.30 n. in. services 1 1 :.",0 s. in. and 8 p. m. Sundays ; communion services every lirst Kimday. Taukk.vaci.k, South street.--Kiiuilay-school !):U0 u. m. ; preaching services 11 ::io n. m. and 8 p. in. Sundays; communion services every lirst Sunday. Si. Mil Sr., East Nashville.- Sunday school 0 :30 a. m. ; services 1 1 :3o a. ni. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion services ererv lirst Sunihiv-. Rock City. Sunday-school 0:3(1 n. m.;I services 11 :.iii a. in. ana ri p. m. SuudnvS;L prayer-meeling Tuesday nights; preaching 4 Mt. Bi-thul, E. Nashville. SiKiihiT school J:3o a. m. ; serviees 11:30 a. r. and 8 p. m. SutuUiys ; services Tuesday and Thursday nights. Hawkins St. Sundav-school 0:30 v. m. ; services 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. i. Sundays; wekly meetiiiKs Wednesday and Friday ; communion services every tlrsit Sonnt:y. , Nokth Third Ave. Sutwluy-school 0 :.'1e a. ni. ; preuching at 11 :30 a. m., 3 p. ro.. 8 p. hi. Sundays; prayer-meeting Tucsrtu nights; preaching Thursday nlzhts; oow niUHlon sorvlcfs every first Htutday. Mr. Cai.vauy, E. Nashville. Sundnv school 0 :IM) a. m. . preachlag 11 n rn. and 8 p. m. Sundays; coinaiunion services every tirst Sunday. Zion Baptist, E. Nashville. Sunday, school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching 11 :3 p. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion services every first Sunday. Fitr.E Sn.vrit Plank Mission. Sumlny school at 0 :30 a. in. and 8 :39 p. m. Sun days ; communion services every first Sun day. PiLfinw. Sunday school 0:30 . m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. m. aud 8:30 p. m. Sun days , West Nashville. Sunday school 0 :30 a. ia.; preaching 11:30 a. rn. and 8 p. m. Tuesday night, prayer services : Wednesday night, preachlag; communion norvlci-s ever'v first Sunday. Mt. Gii.kad, Triaible r.ettonj Sundav seheel :Sfl a. m. ; preaching 11 :3 a. ai. aad 8 :30 p. m. Sundays ; centautnlffa surr lies every first Sunday. N. 15tii Ave. Sunday-srhoel 9 :3 a. m. ; services 11 :30 a. aa. ana a p. m. Min dnys; conuiiinien services every first Sun day. RoflM Williams ivkurity Cauits. Sundsy-schowl ft :3() a. m. ; B. Y. P V- A.mioch, 1108 Archer St. Puuday 7 p. as. sehoel ft :30 a. m. : preaching servlc 11 a- ci., 8 p. m. Sundays. Ot'MnoinLAxn Val;ay Baptist Cb-i'boh. SiLiMtAy-ael :3 a. at.; preaching serrU-es 11 a. in. and Ira Fob inn Chapel, ies Lewis St. SyaAay ache) :3n a. ai. ; preachHng strvlees 11 ft. m. and t p. m. St. Jom?, Pearl St. &wnday-schel ft :3n a. m. : prearhing 11 a. n. aad t p. m Suadnys. NoniH Spsura, Car. Ith Ave. and Ja.cA son St. Saaday -seheel IJI a. na. ; preaen Ing 11 a. at. and S p. nt. Svacwya. Lake PnorinutrE, end ( KeHraariUe vMUe. Sunny aehel 9 :M a. ia. ; prevrip kig services 11 : a. . aad 8 p. at. ttm y. lUsa St. fiunday-achnsl II -JM a. at.; f reaching services 11 :r, a. ia. and ( p. m. Ssndsys. Vine Olex, 2nd Ave., N., aad NulenntiBa F1k. Suaday-ach'Mtl ft :3 a. m.; preach ing 11 a. ai. and 8. p. at. every one expressed themselves aa having enjoyed the evening to the utmost. Those who enjoyed the hos pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Couch were as follows: Misses Effie M. Johnson, Florence M. Allison, Leonora Curtis, Annie M. Peyton, Jesse Butler, Jes sie M. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Black, Mr. and Mrs. James Hickman Black, Miss Gavendoyln Mercedes Black, Mr. John Hill, Mr. J. H. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Black, Miss Mary Price, Mr. Louis Manson, Mr. Daniel Peyton, Mr. Thos. Stephens, Mr. Chas. Por ter, Mr. Henry Lewisberry and Miss Cora Garrett. Mr. Roy C. Irwin, wife and baby arrived in our windy city Sunday morning. Mr. Irwin attend ed the ball game In company with his brother and Mr. Ed. Murphy, Mr. Herbert McBride and Mr. Samuel M. Black. The game attended was the American Giants vs Lincoln Giants, of New York. Mr. Irwin's friends are planning to give him a pleasant atay. A VISIT FROM LITTLE ROCK. Mrs. Mattie C. Bradford, of Little Rock, Ark., is in Nashville to spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Kelly, Jr., of 1732 Helman street. She has with her her two children, Bernlce Marie and Nace R. It -will the remembered that Mrs. Bradford finished Walden University with honors. She was then Flss Mattie C. Winfrey. 1 Master Eutene WlUie Wood and Robert Wesley Wood hare returned to their home In Chicago, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. Sallie Tearglna, after a stay of two Tear with their grandparent, Mr. Jennie Percell and Mrs. Eliza Wood. SOUTH NASHVILLE IMPROVE MENT CLUB ORGANIZES THE GIRLS. The South Nashville Improvement Club is going forward with its work of helpfulness and uplift Mrs. Sarah Peyton, the head of the girls' depart ment, organized the girls Wednesday afternoon. There were thirty-sir girls present, and the meeting was full of interest. Miss Yokum, of the Interchurch College, was present and gave valuable assistance in organiz ing the girls. She also made a very Interesting talk. The gir!s' club is called The Forward Quest. July 30th the mothers of South Nashville were organized at Phillips' Chapel by Mrs. M. E. Bryant, who has aroused much enthusiasm in this work among the mothers. The ad dress by Mrs. A. 0. Kinney was the feature of the meeting. .Mrs. Kinney is a forceful and thoughtful speaker, which was clearly shown in her talk on the conditions among our people, and the suggestions she made as to the way to improve these conditions. Sunday afternoon the boys were ad dressed at Phillips' Chapel by Prof. 11. C. Keith, the Supervisor of Manual Training in the colored schools of Nashville. He is especially interest e . in boys and their problems. The 'arge number of boys present enjoyed the heart-to heart talk from the pro fessor. Mrs. I E. Dawson and her helpers are very anxious to have all the boys of South Nashville from live to eighteen years old join the Bovs' Club. LEXINGTON NOTES. Prof. J. II. Edwards and his little daughter, Bland, spent several days last week with relatives and friends in Clifton and other points on the Tennessee River. Mrs. Mary Exon and husband, of Mounds, 111., spent Tuesday and Wednesday here with their sister, Miss Millie Trice. Mrs. Florence L. White has been suffering with a severe cut on her finger. Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Carmichael and little daughter, Edith, spent the week in Sharon at their district conference. They returned reporting a quite pleasant time. Mrs. Queen Hermon, of Humboldt, is here very ill. Mrs. L. S. C. Barnhlll spent Saturday in Parsons visiting friends. Mi-s Gertie A. Taylor, of Louisville, Ky., is visit ing her cousin, Miss Georgia Trice, and other" frie,nds and relatives. Mrs. Jane Thompson was on the Bick list last week. Miss Henrietta Massy and Mr. Felon Strone were happily united in marriage Sunday evening. Rev. J. H. Davis officiated. Rev. J. W. Wil liams, of Jackson, is holding revival at the Second Baptist Church and we believe by the spirit shown among the people that much good will be done. The Sir Knights and Daughters are making great preparations for their annual picnic AMgust 17, 1913. Mr. J. B. Willis, of Memphis, C. G. S., and real estate man, will be the speaker of the day. Everybody como and enjoy yourselves. Several went to Paducah last Thursday. Did You Ever Stop to lint of the Great Danger in Holding a Boy Back? He hears of the other bos rrsking rrue end comes to ou and begs for a chance to tr Eut cu say: "No, ou are too small." You continue saing this until the bo believes that he is too small to do an thing but pull his mother's apron strings a great life is blighted and cu areto blame. Let Him Try and you help him to get a start. It will mean more to the boy than you can imagine. No better way to get your boy accustomed to making a few dimes for himself than selling Newspapers. No Newspaper Offers Better Inducements to Bops Than the mm D.X HART, Manager H FARMINGTON NOTES. Rev. Gilbert preached at the C. P. Church Sunday night The Golden Heautiful Club gave their annual pic nic Saturday. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. District Superin tendent, Dr. Johuson, held the fourth quarterly conference at Simpson Chapel Sunday, He preached an able sermon, taking for his text the 2Cth chapter of Matthew, lath verse. Rev. Riley preached at the M. E. Church Monday night After preaching Mrs. Mattie Gentry served an ice-course io honor of him at the home of- Rev. and Mrs. 11. W. Rucker. Those preB ent were: Rev. Riley, Rev. and Mrs. II. W. Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. Char lie Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Hightower and family, Mr. and Mrs. Runel, Mrs. Maud McQuidy, Mr. Vernia Gentry, Master Oscar Bil lington, Gertrude and Mary h. un;l Henry L. Rucker. Mr. Ernest Dysart is quite ill. Mrs. Patsy Irving is con valescent. Mrs. C. P. Bowens is slow ly improving. Mrs. .Lizzie O'Neal and Mrs. Jennie Lewis are ill. Mr. Gon net Okley is on the 6ick list,. Misses Maudie and EYie Roberson, Mrs. Laura M. Roberson, Gertie Mayfield, Mr. John Crowel were the guests of Miss Gertrude Rucker Sunday. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Sunday, 4 p. m. at Salem A. M. E. Ciiurch, there will be a special meet ing for young men. Dr. T. A. Steph ens will address the meeting. Dr. C. V. Roman and Dr. S. S. Caruthers wi'l be present to speak words of hope and cheer" to aspiring young n. en. The meeting last Sunday was held p.. the corner of Fifteenth avenue and Cedar street. The Y. M. C. A. and Globe gante on Fisk Campus was evenly contested. The League has ordered that they uipet again in the near, future. The melodrama to be given for the benefit of the Y. M. C. A. is the talk tv the city. The date and place will be decided upon this week. The nine young actors ar anxous to appear be fore the Nashville public. The Capital City League at their monthly meeting Wednesday night, voted the Y. M. C. A. the privilege of pulling off a Y. M. C. A. benefit game. The date for this game will be an nounced later. For Sunday's meeting take St, Ce cilia car. i 7TH ANNUAL OUTING EAGLE CLUB C. OF C. On Thursday, July 3 1st a large crowd of young people gathered around the home of Mr. T. B. Cohn to witness the 7th annual outing of the Eagle Club C. of C. Shortly after ten o'clock three large pleas ure wagons artistically decorated in purple and yellow were-loaded with young ladies and gentlemen from all parts of the city. Although the day was very, very hot, palm leaf fans were secured by the gents and heat was soon forgot ten. About 1:30 o'clock the party sama and Editor iW arrived at Cockrill Springs. the arrival ice cold lemonade -w served and those exhausted front the long ride were refreshed. After a short rest and a few card games, the C. of C. girl made ready their delicious dinner. All ware seated, the club motto waa said and Dr. D. O. Darden graduate, 1913 ot tered thanks. Then the merry crowd began to break chicken bone fiercely as there was plenty of chick en and other delicious things, too numerous to describe. Various? eports were enjoyed, card games, base ball, kodaking and berry pick ing. President Cohen had a pair of 1912 opera glasses just from Germany which many enjoyed reviewing. This outing was considered one of tha grandest of the season. PRE-CONVENTION TESTIMINIAL. Many "local affairs are planned far the entertainment of the delegates at the coming session or the National Baptist Convention in September. The firt entertainment of note, wnioh will usher in the Convention proper, will be a big pre-convention music:- t be given at the Ryman Auditorium om Tuesday night, September lGtb. Thi time was selected in order that th many thousands of delegates who will get in on the early afternoon trains can take advantage of seeing and hearing the musical treat that will be In store for them during the week. Then, too, it will enable the city peo ple to get the benefit of the first act ual renditions of sacred music by the mammoth chorus that will be trained by the National Chorister. The management of the affair In to be under the direction of the local entertainment committee, ns it will be a mere testimonial. Just before lear Ing for Texas-several weeks ago, Dr Pius, the National Chorister, stated that it was his plan to have Nashville distance all of the cities for entertain ment from a musical point of view. He ha.s managed the music of the Con vention for the past ten years. Al ready several stars of note have bee secured, and have promised to appear on the program Tuesday night, Sep tember lGth, under the auspices of the local committee. Every Baptist pastor in Nashville has also promised the support of his congregation. Al ready attendance for this preMonve tlon musical Is set at seven thousand. -e- , PROF. REED TO VISIT NASHVILLE" Prof. S. R. H. Reed, a former student of Roger Wliliams Univer sity, js expected to visit Nashville during the sessions of the National1! Baptist Convention. Prof. Reed home is in Little Rock, Ark., a thouch he Is a former Texan. H finished Roger Williams with th class of 1904. After which he held tb chair of language in the Arkansas Baptist College.. Leaving the col lege at Little Rock, be accepted ths principalshlp of the public school of Hot Springs. His visit here during the National Baptist Conven tion will serve to acfuaint him with' friends of former days. 1 at 4 Fourth AYenne, Nortb-