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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY IS,
,(THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSICi
IS NOIA OPEN,
NATIONAL SESSION ALLEN CHRIS
I TIAN ENDEAVOR LEAGUE TO
. MEET HERE.
Instructions and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
NO 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,-- -
TERMS to 1906-1907.
(North Spruce St.)
$2.00 Per Month.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
EVERYTIIIXG IP-TO-DATE. '
Hot and Cold Baths,
11AIR CUTTIAG A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
VJ. O. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
) Fine Rigs of Every Description.
J. H. Copebnd, Prop.
PIECE O.P.jAW-BONE REMOVED.
To sav that the voiinc men nf tha
city, in the professions, are ever on
me aiert ana can cope with, any in
their line of business was mndo pvi-
The Society was Organized In 1900 dent a few days ago when Dr. Robert
Mass Meeting at S.t John Wednes- Z u7a ,
... ,.. East Side performed a most difficult
day Night, January 23 Five Thous- operation. Dr. Woodson, on last Mon
and Delegates Expected to Attend day, had a patient whose jaw-bone
the Gathering which Convenes in uas broken in some way. He admin-
, i&tered the necessary anesthetic, per-
y' - formed the operation and removed a
What will be one of the most Ira- Piece of the bone. The patient is do
portant meetings as regards scope and nl? nicely and is on the road to re
national character, is the first session covery.
of the Allen Christian Endeavor Dr- Woodson is a product of Mehar
League, that will convene here some rv Medical College and one of Nash
time during the month of July. This ville's own sons. This is one of the
society was organized In 1900 by Mr. difficult cases that have passed
B. W. Arnett, Jr., son of the late Bish- successfully under his careful atten-
m n W Arnett (nf the A M. E. tion
Phnrph It 1s fnshinnpfl Iflftpr the. stvlft
of the societies for the young people in VICTORIA CLARK GETS CLEM
effort being to foster a spirit of love Just before going out of office as the
no Governor of the .State of Tptitiprspo
LUl VUl VU l U. A-iU J ll(-y Uiiv JUI - - v vtu v;
departments. The convention will be Hon. John I. Cox seems to have had
o ha f Tnhn A M 17". rVmrnh 'V warm SDOt" in his heart, fnr thp
on the corner of Eighth avenue, North, unfortunate prisoners no small num
onrt nAnr ctrpf- anA fhp nnstnr rr her figured in his list for executive
T. W. Haigler, who is also the State clemency. Among the last to be fa-
Superintendent, is rallying his forces vred was Victoria Clark.. Davidson
to nrenare for the reception of the County, under a fifteen-year sentence
meeting. Great stress is being laid on charged with the murder of Eid. Lewis,
tills session as it i3 initiatory, and the in July, 190o. Her sentence was com
o-anoT-oi conorrtarv Pov puna J. niuted to four years UDon recommend
fc,LUCl U.1 V,V1 VH J f . w m- - m.
Gregg, of Jacksonville, Fla., Is making ation of the Advisory Board and many
strenuous enorts to attain success. fu""cui
Delegates will be here from every state
in the Union, and from . West and
South Africa, as well as the East and
WTest Indies. A mass meeting will be
held at St. John A. M. E. Church on
next Wednesday nierht which will be
participated in by all the African Meth
r fnn rn
All . Styles and Prices-
MRS. MAGNOLIA BYRDSONG
THE BLIND SCHOOL.
Too much cannot be said of the ex
ciuisite manner" In which Mrs. Bvrd
song entertained those present Every
tnr V - iirnd WaaiiIa vnllti V
v , . . .... uumuci waa cacuuicu vyitu lUcll brilll
caist cnurcnes in me city ana viciuuy. whlch marks all of her performances
ice general seci euuy, ui. jic&b, ""' The faculty and
PHONE, main 4156
pupils were highly
The following is the pro-
440 THIRD AVENUE; NORTH,
Phantaiestucks R. Schumann, Op. 12
ace to race 'Herbert Johnson.
j Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and PudIIc Square:
Carry the bestStock or Carpets,
The best Assortment ol . Silks and
The handsomest Line ol Cloaks
--'"" 1-4-'Q7 tf
One of the most Interesting and
profitable meetings of the Day Home
Club was held in the rooms of the
Home .-at.' 618 Fourth, avenue, South, fn aoMTnooa win ht nvor t25 nno Tm ,SvinhAan Par-hTnaTin
Monday afternoon. Notwithstanding l h by having entertained these The Lost ChordArthur Sullivan.
una w a uwu uiwuuB u "" delegates. Dr. Haigler, in speaking oi Dance of Demons Holtz.
attended. The Officers in particular ty.a B1rl that it would not be Rnme Tav Wheu Drenms Come True
were on time. Mrs. Napier, the presl- African Methodist affair, but Phil Stoats.
fr LA tit 'A mil I II H III I I I I rz 1 .1 ill iim . m m . m . mm - .
rrrTT.:: ":wouia 00 more..? rfe "MO Thou Sublime! Sweet Evening
tJiuiiu.j u - " ' T"" I WOUIu De impossiuie iur uiw Aiiiuem
w 'iv""o ,, , I ivietnoaists to enxeruua ine uuiuucia
necessitated tnl3 extra meeting, all of that are expected. ' He Bald the home
fr YCk trnnA fit' tha TTnmA I ... . . . . . i. .
iiivii y. o.c iui I committee worn a De instructea j se
cure home wherever possible and to
secure the best
A mass meeting was held last Sun
Li tllLESj Jtij
THE PEN CITY TAILOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing.
Pants to Order .... S 4 ,0 0
Suits to. Order.... SI 5. 00
423 Deatoitk St, S1SIIV1LLE, TEJS.
; Telephone 1173.
be present to nartlcloate in the meet
lng, and it Is thought that several of
the Bishops and general officers will be
kACUVIIIC ' TCMWCCC also. Attempt will he made on
.TMOIHILI.U, iL.i.iuugLu. weanesnay nignt to appoiox a cum- Hvacinth-Lyon Hatch.
it i taa tft orrnnro inr rnp rpcpriTinTi .t.u i i - . . -
r . Sine Me to SleeD Edwin Green.
entertainment oi tne aeiegaxes. p0ia rt nn,.,!,,! ct.
It is the opinion of those in po- Rule-JfPri?e-ChrIstIan SIndinS.
sitlon to best estimate, that fully Ave -
Hrmoond iPP-ntAs wHl attend, and A Rose Syble Straymore.
Polka Cam-Ice W. E. MacClvmont.
them. The board rate has been fixed Your Best Friend is Your Mother
ot 1 npr dflv-'nn NaRhville. accord- w. A. Lranse.
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MONDAY'S MEETING OF THE DAY
HOME CLUB. .
Star Prank Lizt.
bert' von Tilzer.
Some new provisions were made in the
constitution which created the office of
second vice president, which was given
to Mrs. J. B. Boseley, and the office of
Dhyslclan-in-charge, which was' given
DOWN IN SAVANNAH, GA.
TMInpa from thA statA nf (leorHa.
day at Salem Chapel A. M. E. Church, seem to indicate that the ministers
onA a croat doni rT interest was mam- troTTi Nasnv e. reearn ess or tne ne-
to Dr. Josie E. Wells. It Is the inten- f tGd desnite the fact that it rained nomination, are holding their own.
tion of the Day Home Club, as they the best Dart 0f the afternoon. This Dr. C. H. Clark left a week ago for
grow, to create vice presidents for tne m eetInfr was utt(ier the auspices of the Savannah to conduct a revival for Dr.
irnviMin nrnMd in lthft MttT IhAQft U1P.R I m tt-.- tt?h TTI I r rrl
It' is hoped that, as near a3 possible, erSou . treasurer. The league consists Dear Brother: The Lord is in this
the Vice Dresident Will, by the aid Of .11 hira In thA cit.r and nlo ,T arrived nn tlniA Thursilav
members and friends, bring such pres-1 vicinity. morning, found Dr. 'Carr awaiting my
sure to bear upon disinterested parties At tn0 meeting to be held at St. arrival. I preached Thursday night to
that the Home will grow rapidly and Tnhn a. m. (E. Church, on Wednesday a crowded house and had five con-
permanently. It was Indeed encourag- njght. January 23, each league Is to be verts. Friday night we had nine, and
lng to note that a large number or ao- represented by delegates, and the nine Sunday morning, and Sunday
nations had been made In cash as well urcheg that have no league will send night we had eighteen conversions,
as furniture and clothing. The Secre- rpnrpSfmtatives also. Those behind the These were all men but five: two of
tary, Mrs. Carter, noted the following meetlnr express themselves as desir- the five being women, and three chll-
ous of a general awakening among all dren. There has been forty-four ad-
of the churches. ' ditions to the church since I arrived,
Dr. Welch, the presiding elder of the the average being about 14 converts
district, was seen by a Globe reporter a day. The city is stirred. I spoke
and he said he was very mucn encuur
aged as to the outlook, and believed
that a great meeting would be and
that much good would be accom
plished. It was through the efforts of
Dr. Welch that Nashville secured this
convention. . He was at the session or
the Bishops' Council in Washington,
n p in fit Jul v. and riresented the
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ojash donations for the meeting:
Dr. R. F. Boyd.... 15.00
Mr. J. C. Napier 5.00
Miss Mav Spencer. 4.00
Dr. E. B. Jefferson 1.00
Mr. J. W. Grant 1.00
Mr Samuel Crockett 50
Mr. H. T. Green 50
Mrs. .Ella Smith 50
Miss Lillle A. Banks 50
to the city ministers this morning for
one hour, and the Lord blessed my
talk. God bless you and yours. Love
to all. I am as ever,
Yours In Christ,
C. H. CLARK.
t.i?o ftoeTi xiraa isnrrmraB'Ine. and con-
uUarhiff tha tinnv nther Pnt.emDlated I vr..vn!, n r,A mna ounoeca.
omci 1115 . Claims Ul INitsuVUlc, auu nan ou,v.v.k
donations, one of which is in the form ful ln nlg effortg, although Atlanta and
oi a, MuuBiban-cu, iu.ao.a other cities maae strong uias.
-j V,a faHhfnl ThA Hlllh
fAi. rrntAfnl to manv of the citizens SMYRNA NOTES.
p maoIithiia fnr their pp-nerous eifts Mrs .Ellen 0. Elliott, of Hot Springs,
to the Home. Rev. Preston Taylor Ark., proprietress of the Elliott Flat,
furnished one room complete, wniie arrived last Thursday to spena a iew
one quilt, one sheet, one pair oi Dians- aays at tne nome oi ner momci, i
ets, six towels, four yards or crasn a. l. Ferry.
J. S. artin,
THE CUSTOM UOTJSE LIYERY
First-Clasi IWerj on Short Notice.
712 and 7 14 Broadway,
v 4 -.
Miss H. L. Wal.rdige,- of 1307 Hynes
street became quite ill last Sunday
Yii.ht while attending services at
church. She was carried home where
Dr. A. M. Townsend was called and
pho was soon much better. )
came from the Caster-Knot Dry Goods
Co.; one comfort from Mrs. woods;
one chair and school books from Mr.
W. T. Hlghtower; one quilt irom Mr.
Richard Harris, Jr.; clothing from Dr.
Jefferson Lytton; one pair teatner pu
A PUBLIC DISGRACE.
Harrison street, which begins at
Third avenue and runs to Twelfth,
has become one of the principal thor
oughfares of the city and Just why it
is the worst kept is a question tne
people of Nashville would like to
know, "'oles are as numerous on
Harrlso'I as they are ln the spring
time in the clav bottoms, where craw
fish frequent. If you are the least
sleepy and drive from Third avenue,
North, to Twelfth on this street, you
will find that the rocking of your ve
hicle will mt you ln dreamland, and
vet. the nowers that be cannot see
that this street needs attention. Elec
tion time is coming, and then; maybe
this street will receive some attention.
The new officers of the Mt. Zion Bap-
tsit Sunday School are Miss Mabel
Brown, Secretary; Mrs. M. C. Wade,
Assistant Secretary, and R. L. Perry,
All the officers of the Sand Hill
lows from Mrs. E. E. Uioson; one union sunaay scnooi were re-tiwieu.
child's bed, one cradle and two com- since its organization it has been us-
forts from Mrs. Fame Nixon; one mg tne wauonai tiapust iHtjiatuie, iu
dresser and one chair from Mrs. Spen- troduced by R. L. Perry, without any
cer Jackson. complaint whatever; but now this
The efforts of making the Home felt school has decided to use literature of
vrBv.,rnia oni ot the same time tho 'Methodist denomination. We thank
Hi nasUTlll, MJm wv I WAV. ' - - I .
meet the demand is a herculean task, the National Baptist Publishing Board ock.
Yet it is being accomplished. Tne su- for their Kindness ana tne assistance
perintendent of the Home Is proving to rendered us during the three years
be an efficient woman in every respect, past.
Owing to the amount of business, Mr. J. W. Tucker has returned with
which consumed the entire afternoon, his bride, and is now working at home,
they were forced to adjourn. Another Mrs. A. L. Field and daughter, Lin-
h-nHrnr heeii apt for Wednes- He. of Bowline Green. Ky.. aTe busily
iij. ui.. s ui. ..n -... i -----. '- - - t ,
day arternoon, January ta, o y. m. u engageu euu;iuuuiu6 auu . nr. Ttc MrPntoh.
a u !nr,rQ ottendancA will friend a ns thev win soon leave for Walter Wado and Louise McLutcn
u I thotr ho?ne I eon.
Philip Ellis and Viola Glascoe.
Charlio Burrus and Carrie McGav
Phiiln Pavne and Lottie B. Rhodes.
'Will Brown and Millie Brown.
Joseph Maxey and Malinda Hall. -Bob
Wright and Sarah Rhodes.
George Ray and Lucinda Barnes.
R C. Crockett and Fannie Price.
Wilev Jackson and Annie Mary
TjDe are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for so
cieties and associations at
prices that are as reason
able as can be had any
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5"fte are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
Write os for prices and specifications,
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD. Sec'y,
523 Second Ave., N. NASIIVIUE. TENN.
THE CASH GKOCEIl
1806 JEFFERSON ST.,
For First-Class Staple and Fancy
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco
FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY
Fine Table Butter, Fresh Eggs
Our Policy Cash Sales and Small Profits.
We Keep only the Best.