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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
8 Phone I VI I ISOl Jeffern St G. E. Tricber S i t ii I o snitl Kanicy Sporting News. ! i UUIiE FOSTER'S TEAM COMING. Id ! IJenienibor TrieWs Fresh Meat j Counter filled with Pork Chops,' On the 15, 10 and 17 lw.f If I.LC 1 In Hube tester's American and Toahone Steaks. r:v4-r tiiiii tit r'ni. A. G. .TAUKKTT the great j fi Giants will play, in this city select teams from the Capital City League, carefully 'coached by Prof. Robinson, of State Normal, Mr. Sublett ami Mr. Mor nian. two professional players, will stack up against the American Giasts "t POO! Etandng of the Clubs in the Capital, City League at the Close of the Season. IMtKI-DKK OK Thorough 1immI ISiill (jrrripoiulnHoe Solicited, Address A- JAUKKTT Hlclly vitl. Club A. M. E. Athletics . IMa.k Sjx Won .. 11 . 11 . . S Southern Stars 7 Y. M. C. A C J!. II. Swifts r Globe 3 N. & C. Stars 3 Lost 3 5 7 7 8 10 11 Pc 7 (i 7SG til 5 roo 3S5 231 214 8 m CANDIDATE F0K Commissioner of Finance and Revenue to. Colm "LUM ER11AN" With a Successful Business Exper ience of tweuty-Ove years. Ten years a member of the City Council. Six years its President Eii;ht years a Member of the Finance Coiiiittee. I Solicit Your Vo e And Your Influence. Primary, Sept. ii, i913 P Ph. M 13 t; FANNING THE FANS. By V. II. S. The Capital City League closes S,ntrnilipr Rfh nn whinh datp flip Athletics and the A. M. E. clubs play off the tie, having won the same num ber of games. On the whole the League has been success nnd the results are just hat: the promoters intended that a lively interest in sports on a high uie might obtain here in Nash- Hjvillc. A glance at the official stand ing shows just how the clubs will finish; with the exception, of course, of the Athletics and the A. M. E. clubs; the game Monday will only de cide first and second place. Itube Foster's great aggregations of base ballists, the greatest semi-professional team in the world, will draw great crowds to the lell on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 15, l(i and 17. Those who want '.o see the boys in action should not miss this opportunity. How -trang? are the antics in base ball! The done is ofteji unset and y tilings are not what they appear to F be. Example: Baptist Hill Swifts $ 'picked by the dopists to be pennant ftj winners. The A. M. E.'s for the cel b lar honors. ! The club select- d by the League of R lieeis and managers for the games n wi;h the American Giants appears to S 'be a good one. Mr. Fo-ter may co;i K all of the games, as every one ex U peel a,, but it's not impossible for the home boys to win a game at lea-t. Mr. Fo.-ter is making this trip mainlv for one purposi to look over TTV IT If 1 IjKJD More TV TTTIT T S Sl TTl Association WIL.L. HOLD TIIHIll IXHIBITION AND CARfflAL RAILROAD TIME TABLES LoBni. & Na.iviSs R. R. m New I'bIcu Station, City Ticket Oilice, El Fourth avenue, 'l'elephoae Maia 73J. 1 (Corrected to June 23, if! AT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ER 25th to 27th Live stock exhibition each day and horse show at night. The Women's Auxiliary will have charge of the floral hall and it promises to be the finest of their art. The Tennesree Poultry Asso ciation will gather the best of the breeds for their exhibit. The farmers will furnish the Agricul tural Hall with their crops. First Day will be a Keunion of all the soldiers and home coming of all the citizens and a SHAM BATTLE betwt en Company G. (Captain Heary H.Bowman commanding) and all the old soldiers. Second Day, Woman's Day they will entertain Galatin, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Lebanon and all visitors. Third Day, Children's Day, which will be a day of Athletics and prize contests. Many val uable preseuts will be given to the winners. . The fair will be in honor of the Fiftieth Anniversary of ttie Race. GENERAL AD .MISSION,, 1.MCHSTOK TAYLDK, - 25 CTS. (iieral Iiiiuijjr North Northwmi Leaves Arrives ! ' am Louisville A Cincinnati S:15 am .,." piu New York Hpeclal (through service) 8;05 am amNew York Limited (throuch servioc) 8::V pro. i'2 r, am Louhiviiie Acoom a3: 10 pin :. : inn i-.v;i isville it UiieiiRo .. 2:05 am. : . am Kifnsvillo t St. Louis 8i5am :' .i ') ! . .i' villo & 1st. Louis., 2:00 aia V -.i pin TIl t'hleuno Limited... 7:05 aiu 4 .'J inn- K ;iiisvllln fc Chicago (Dixie Flyer) 11:12 am ") jiiu 1'liC St. i ouIs Flyer.... 7;a am Kolttll 2.23 an. l!li 'iningliaiii Mont uomciy, Mobile, New Orleans 2;d8 am 8 21 am iiirmliigham, Mont i omery. Mobile, New Orlcmi 7;10 pro !.& pm liirmtijgham & Alont- goniery 6 60 m .ciniiiilul!nii 1'rniua a!3.10 yn N .suvllle ami Siolts- vllle Accommodation !10;18 am alMO pin-Nashville and Karti- vlllo Accommodation 7.45 am nSOO pra-llopkinsvllle Accom- moiiHtion 9;55 am ;j 10 pmN'ashvllle and Decatur Accommodation 10.05 am 3:40 pra-Columbia and Mt. P e:isnnt 6:40 pm 7:30 am i 'olumhla, Florence, Shellield and Tur- cumbla 6:40 pm a!l:30 pm Nashville and Clark. vllle A ccom mediation., !8 16 am 7:TO am Franklin & Columbia .. 10:06 am 2;IQ pm Interurban 12:40 pm !i 10 pin-('olumbla and ' lit. pleasant ; 4:50 pm 6 55 pra Interurban 6:40 pm I Dully except Kunday. n Kti)sat North College Station. rniin arriving at 710 y. m. and 7:15 p.m. trio us connections from Tuscurabla and I'wcnee. H. J. WA LL1S. DtRtrlct Pauenger A?t. V. II. MUSTA1NE, City Faaaauger Agt. Out Field. Evans, iMcGavock ltob inson, J. Johnson, Bright, Ilartsfield. Frye, H. McGavock, T. Allison, Craw ley, Campbell, Murray, Vaughn, len. I LONDON Negro CROWDS I CHEER JOHNSON Pugilist Receives 'wild Greet ing from ureal mods in Street. ; THINK HIM A "VICTIM" Audience in Music Hall '("Boos" Ac tress Who Refused tt Appear With Him. Calico Carnival AT THE HOME OF MISS N. E. KING 1608 Scovel Street Monday Evening Sept, 8th GIVEN liY GAltDA CLASS NO. 16 OF Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday School All members and friends of the church and class are cordially invited to this entertainment. It will be one of the most unique affairs of the seasons. An excellent program has been arranged, as well as many comical games for the amusement of all. of , persecution prejudice. in uie tonight in an emphatic he does not share in the Jack Johnson, the Amer pugilist. He regards the Negro as the victim which is due to color Notwithstanding the announcement l hat Johnson's appearance had been post ponced, the Huston music h.a.il, and South London music hall where; he had 1 en billed to appear, were! densely crowded tonight, and there were great mobs outside of each, i Johnson's first turn was at the! Huston. Here uproar from the A MATERNITY HOKE. Strictly Private. Mrs. Susie L. Curler riiunr Main Mil. Mills Tin. inpvi.ii St. North Nashville. the players of the League. Then are manv nromi-ing young ball toss-1 I5y cable to the Chicago Tribune ers. and it is honed that Mr. Foster; London, Aug 25. The man will give the hoys a chance. street showini Prof. Work's article in cninmenda-1 manner that tion of the AthMies, "his boys," In I hostility to the -,!? issue 01 the Globe was on-! ic;ui Negro couraging to all of us mid especially should it lie to th" Athletics. Gen erally, I h opinion of a writer in enin'iiicnd "hi boy-" is in a bias vein, but Prof. Work exaggerates tint, the AthUtifs have a great club. If that ever-present, always-chasing spectre known the "big head" can 1 kept iii subjection, we'll be ready to pronou nce the benedict ion, saying amen twice. One of the encouraging features of tile League seasoi, has been the In creasing interest of the fair sex. The ladies have visited Sulphur Dell in larg'- numbers, and cheered to the echo the boys. Get the ladies aroused and well, everybody will follow them. A fan remarked that the Athletic A. M. H. game Monday will be a contest, the outcome of which no one can safely predict. The Athletics are a bunch of fast young fellows, who fidd like lightning and hit well. They have on excellent young pitch er in Harris and an experienced "old head" in Martin a wtll balanced team to be sure. The A. M. H.'s field carefully-not i as rapidly as tin- Athletics and bat; well, especially in the pinches. Good1 pitching and timely hitting put them j where th(V are. In the box they! have a coming star in Ford, und a Ik idy man in Alexander, also good tv i;l. r? in At rn.it',1.1 and .VicGa.".ck. : Ju-t who will pitch this game has hut we guess and Ford for sermons and alternate respectfully j On Monday, wheh Is the last day i of the Convention, the morning ses-j Al-isions will be opened at tae nudito rium by Di. Jackson, of Mississippi,' and Klugh, of Conneticut. The special order will be the report ot all of the committees nnd the con sideration of the new constituton. ; in the afternoon sessions are to ue held at the Auditorium, and devotion will be led by Kev. Hill, of Pitts burg, Pa., and Dr. Love, of New Jersey. Further consideration or re ports etc., will be the order. On the evening of Monday, Dr. Allison, of El Paso, Texas, and Dr. liuck hanncn, of Oklahoma, will. lead dc v jticn. A sermon is to be preached by Dr. Will Taylor, of Baton Hoguo, I a., wtih Dr. W. O. Carter, of Seattle Washington, a.s alternate. The linal adjournment will be had ' at It:!!'! o'clock Monday night. It is announced further that the Executive Committee will meet Tuesday morn ing at Kl: (in o'clock tj pass on and word to pay all of the bills of the Conven tion. The Committees announced are; Finance Committee; Rev. It. E. Pryant of Arkansas; Dr. W. F. Gra ham, Pennsylvania; Dr. F. H. Light, there was a great j Texas; Dr. J. B. Miller, Georgia; Dr. moment the curtain i J. I). P,us1k11, Tennesscee Enroll- N.. C test not been announced, HarrN for Athletics, A. M. E. will work. went up The audience was deter mined to have Johnson, and stood up and shouted for him. "Boo" Women from Stage. Thov refused to listen to two com ediennes who had refused to appear, ii Johnson did but in consequence otj the announcement of the postpone-l merit of his appearance had agreed! to go on. The audience drowned j the efforts of these two young worn-1 en with whistles, cat calls, and hisses and they were obliged to retire, and the whole show was held up. Presently a roar of cheering out side the hall announced that some thing was happening. Johnson's ear had arrived with the big Negro, who was all smiles. The crowd yelled with delight at Johnson's ap pearance and climbed all over the ear in an effort to ihake hands with him. .lohn?on was almost smothered by the mob that got on all parts of the car, and the police had great diflioul- ment Committee; Prof. "William Stewart, Kentucky; Rev. William Howard, South Carolina; Rev. W. L. Jones, Georgia; Dr. J. F. Thomas, Illinois; Dr. J. T. Totten, Tennessee; Gate at fair gronuds. Dr. J. S. Drew T. M. Coleman, Alabama; Vv W. Whitten, Tennessee ; Dr. H. W. Williard. Dr J. H. Williams. Texas; Dr. James Kelly, Texas; R('. W. K.!ad Howell Missouri: Rev. J. F. Thomn-lthin 'son; South Carolina; Rev. J. son, Now Jeisey; Rev. D. I ton. North Carolina; Rev. J. ris, Arkansas. E. Jack '. Jamer M. Har- CARDS OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Huford wish' to thank their many friends, through this paper, for their many hand some, useful and appreciative pres ents at their wedding, meeting, during which time address- OF TENNES- Booths for Sale Those desiring booths at the Tabernacle du ring the National Baptist Convention SKIS REV. G. B, TAYLOR, National ltaptist PnMisliinft House. FOUR TEAMS SELECTED FRCMi CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE. ! TEAMS. At a recent meeting the managers and ether olheers of the Capital City League were asked to pick four teams out of the eight clubs com posing the League. The following named players make up those teams: First Team. A. Allison c, Ii rtinl: an and Ford p, Joe Johnson I b, Murray 2 b, Royd ; b, Rarrell ss, Evans If, MeCavock, A. M. E. cf, Robinson rf, Second Team. T. Allison c, Martin and Harris p, Purse or Swiney 1 b, Ikiker or Pass '1 b. Williams ?- b, Downs ss, Harts- field If, Bright cf, Cra.vhy rf. Tlot'J Tsam. Rritton c, Norman and Calhoun p, Eli Johnson or Newton I b, Singleton 2 b, Whitsett ?, b, Stratton ss, Mur ray N. and C. If, Rhodes out f, tel lers out f, Frye nnd Mc G. Fourth Team. Robinson, M"Crov, Johnson, Y. M. C A C. Fatten, Vinson, Norris, p. Vaughn, 1 b, Pattoa ss, Horte;n or Far.-eil ? b Wood fork or A. Allison b Campbell, Allen, Vaughn, T. Al lison, out f. How the veto stands: Catchers, A. Allison, T. Allison, Ttrjtton, Robinson, Mr-Crow, Johnson. Pitchers, Branhan, Forel, Martin, Harris, Calhoun, Moiman, Vinson, Norris. Ilorton, Patton 1st B. J. Johnson, Purse Swiney, ! F,. Johnson. Newton. Vaughn. ?nd B. Murray, Baker, Singleton, Fatton, Ilorton, Bess, Farrell. 3rd B. Toyd. Williams, Whitsett, Woodfork, A. Allison. tv in eloaring a pathway for the pugilist to the entrance. . Cheered by Theater Crowd. Johnson ami his friends marched in under the leadership ef Manager l.oxer of the hall The lights were down, but the audier.co pot a glimpse of Johnson and ehered frantically for several minutes. They also shouted words of encouragement to t'.-e pugi list, few dirsentients vally protest ing bv hissing. Johnson stood smiling ind bowing! nat lves fo 1 several minsutcs. Then he left n"d trieel to escape the crowd by taking a taxicab at another entrance. This was useless however, and the police had another job in ridding the err of those who were climbing to it. When at length the car was free and started hundreds ran longside o." it for some distance. There were similar scenes at the South London music hall. Here Johnson made a speech In which he said among other things: "My onlv crime is that T bat Jeff ,rlca." When be loft there were scenes similar to those at his depart ure from Huston hall. GREAT ORATORR TO SPEAK. Continued From Page One. Rev. Sunr'ay, his alternate, being Williams, of C.n.lvestor, T xas. By special agreement, Sundry f tenioon the Fore-lgn Mif-shm Board nnd the Home Missie n Board will" hold a t'n Park while on Sundry Hpbt at the AmMt.orium, Rev Ward of Mnsnrpu- sets and Over of Colorado, will con duct the .lev jt.ional porviooRi. Rev. J. A. Person, of South Carolina, with A. Ii. Hall, of Tennessee are on for TO THE FARMERS SEE. By Capt. T. F. Peck, Commissioner of j Agriculture. What is the trouble With Tennessee. We import into Tennessee every year wheat, corn, oats, hay, rye, barley apples, potatoes, milk, butter, meats und cheese, all staple products in Tennessee, and all can be pro duced right here in the State as well and as cheap as they can be produced anywhere. The money paid out the state runs into mil lions of dollars. Why should this money leave the State when the pro ducts dts pays for can be produced better here? Since earliest childhood we have heard orators grow eloquent over our mtachless resources, the fertility of our soils, the abundance and pu ritp of our water. The luxurance of the crass on our meadows, our cattle, ouh flocks of sheep. To fields of golden grain, our beards of hear them one would think Tennes see was a veritable El Dorado. The pictures they portray are pleasing and possible. Our Creator has made them possible, but what have we been doing. Have we been using as we should this possible El Dorado? It does not appear that we ' have, when wo enumerate the many tilings we are importing unu Tennessee. It does not look like it when we travel over the State and see the many evidences of abuse this favored land has been subjected to. We see galled and washed hill sides. We see weeds and briars growing where there should be wav ing the golden grain. The herds and flocks are few and-' far between. There Is much we find Chat does not fit in the pictures we have beard so eloquently painted so many times. I would prefer to follow in the same vein if facts would bear me out, but you know they would not So long as we import the staples we now import when they should aud could be produced here we had better face the music, find out the cause, and try to remedy it. The cause, broadly stated, is want of interest in the agriculture of the State. There has been much activi ty for several years in the develop mint of our mineral and timber re sources. This has necessitated in creased mileage of railroads. W'ith the ra.ilu'oads, came manufacturing establishments. New cities and towns have grown up, all increasing the comsumption of farm products and at the same time decreasing farm production because the in creased demand fer labor was large ly supplied from enir farms. Then too, the public schools in the past have educated the boys and girls away from the farm instead of to the farm. The country schools have been neglected in a measure. The new, inexperienced teachers have been sent to the country schools. The boys and girls have had help up to them as ideals men and women who had become famous in some of ! the professions and encouraged to qualify themselves for professional careers. Farmers, if they secured educa tional advantages for their childrne, had to move ti the towns and vil lages. The boy and girl neither a chance to see or hear any to encourage them to stay on the farm. It is not to be wondered at that they wanted to get away from the farm and it is easy to understand why we are im poring so much that we should he producing in Tennessee, and that, before an other five years, we will be produc ing in Tennessee . You have heard it said, "There is no lane so long without a turn." We are rounding the turn. The high cost of living is helping us. The faithful few have been working long for better agriculture. They have succeeded in interesting a few in different portions of the State. Those few have been improving their land tand practicing modern, scientific methods. Now with the prevailing high prices and their increased pro duction they are prospering. The newspapers always in the fore-front of progress, are lending their aid in popularizing agriculture as a vocation and in the dissemina tion of information valuable to the farmer. The railroad managers are awake to the value of a progressive agricultural section along their lines and are lending every possible intel ligent aid to the development of the farm land along their lines. Those at the bead of the public school system of the State have changed their policy and now en courage the teachings of agriculture and domestic science. The progres sive farmer is now regarded as the shrewd man of business. The comic supplements of the Sunday papers no more caricature the farmer as the hay seed and country bumkin. The leaders in agricultural develop ment are eliminating the theorists and putting in his place the teacher and lecturer who talks practical common sense in language the farm-1 or can understand. AVhile we are importing many things we should he raising at home; while there lis still evidence of neg lect and indifference on the part of the farmers of the past, we are go ing to decrease the Imports wfth home products and we are going to cover with a mantle of green the galled hlllsidse, evidences of the poor farming of our predecessors. Then we can in truth boast of the richness, grandeur and bemuty of our own redeemed Tennessee. & ST. I.. BY. Tlrkot Offices Tnlon (Station iiromlwny. City Oliiee, Mux well House, corner Church. Kl. and Fourth Ave nue. N. Phone Main 377. ' (Corrected Pec. R, 1!M) W. M. HUNT, City Ticket Atent Maxwell II ,llC. rOWF.LL PHILLIPS, P. A., Maxwell Mouse. JNO. I'. GRArTNEY. JR.. MaxwrH House. W. L DAN LEY, O. P. A., Union Station. Leaves. Arrives. 7.C0 am Memphis, Hickman, Paducalt, St. Louis, connects from Cen- treviile (!) 8 35 pm 2-15 am-Jackson, Memphis. Hickman, Paduc !i 1:32 pm rj 30 pat Waverly Acciiminovatioii. re- necis for Centreville 8 00 am S 0 j inn "Dimc Flier," solid train tn St. Louis 8 3-iam 11:30 pm V.c'npliis anJ Hickman CM am Soulli nntl i'.nwt 'J 2'i am ChaMaiiooya mw Atlanta ... 2.L5 am a j) a;a-St. I ouis. J,ickonville.,',ixie I-lvcr." Connections (!) lor all branch line points 0:35 pm 1L25 am "Deae Flyer." f olid vesti- btiVd tr.-in lo Chv.tauo.i.'a. Ail.iuta, Jacksonville. U:n- ini! cars 4 12 pm 8.30 pm-Ui -. t nn-'ea and onnnect- ia,! (!) lor Shelby ville. Sparta. , Favtttevi'.le, Ihn'tsv.lle, Tracy C tv, South IntNiiiri: 1050 am !C-C0 pm Tullalirtii.a Accommodation ( onne'.-tsfort-hflhvviliei 8.15 am 9.30 pm Cli -.u.inm-.a. Atlanta Sleep- tr to N w York 6:5 am IL(-Sort Trln 17-01 am -I.chipon ,'!:- H !t-r, a,,: ia'Vria.i tp e-s '12:10 pm !4 ihi I di p.ia .!., minmiiti'n.. lb. 40 pm (i-Hii pm Lei.- (..! A-.-coiami'U.dioH .. (7:55 pm !Uaiiy cx-.it Siim! TKSNKSSKK CK.NTRAI, R. K. City Ticket illtic. No. 1 Areiule. Phone Main :Jti. Station &t foot of iiroadivay. Kf rctlTe Nov. 17 l'J12. For Sleeping car reservation, between 6 and 9 n in., nhone Main 1 172. Depart. IHopkinville Mail 7:55am IHopkinsville Accom 5:00pm Lebanon Acctm 11:25am IKnoxviIle Day Express 8;50t)m Knoxville Nijlit Express 9:30pm Monterey Shoping Train 4:0apui (Lebanon Accom 6:10pm IDiiily except Sunday. Through electric lijhted Pullman Sleepers on night trams; individual lights in each hirtli, Pull man service between Nashville, and Ashvil e, 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. Arrive. 7:00pm 9:45am 2:10pm 6:45pm 6:15pm 10:05am 7.50am .1ASHVILLB IJfTEftCBAJT Trala lefc4ml EffeoUT Wednesday, Ju t lilt, gubjeof to ebJMige wl Lhoot ftotto. LEAVE ARIUT FRANKLIN. NAJHVI1XJI 6:00 e-m 'I ll M 7:00 im !: e-a 8:60 am t:M M 9:00 am 1:M aa 10:00 12:00 1:00 3:00 4:00 6:00 :0D 7:0 10:30 ani . , noon ptn , pm . pm , pm . pm . 11:M a 1:M pm 1:0 pat : pal !: aa 1:1 pm T:M pm 11:11 8eatkkaa4 LKAVE NJUatrVTLUB. 7:00 am .. 1:00 am ., : aa ., !: a 1:0 pra !!: ea I. oa pm 4:01 pm t:00 pm (:00 pm 7: pm ARJtrra riLaJfKXXN. ... a ... :M aae 1:M ll:l P" P : pm 1:M H 11:19 pm 11 :M M 'Dally expt flvalaj. MIDDLE THMVMIM WIT."A Iffeettre eaa7, Not. ft, 111 (Subject to ehaace wtfevt naiQ Lave Mt Meaeaat. . . .T: tea 1:W fm Lnti rrMktla 1:11 aaa 4:M pm Ajva VmhOU 1:11 am 1 11 PM Mtra Mt ruam4. .11.11 aaa I U pa a I. mUMM. OftMrai Paaa. AwU 7 Or o4 way, MaakTWa, Teas. ROBERTSON COUNTY COLORED FAIR OCTOBER. 9th, 10th. 11th, Springfield, - Tennessee BURRUS" ASTHMA CURE A REMEDY THAT CURES DR. P. R. BURRUS 81S Cedar St. Nashville, Tenn.