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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907.
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THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
IS INOIA
Instructions and Lessons
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar,
NO. 449-EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,
A11SS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
(INSTRUCTOR.)
J. H. Copcland, Prop.
J. IB. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main 4155
440 THIRD AVENDE, NORTH,
TIMOTHY'
Dry Goods and Carpet Go,
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and PuDlic Square.
Carry the best Stock ol Carpets,
The test Assortment o! Silks and
Dress Goods,
The handsomest Line oi Cloaks
and Sails.
R. L. Jr.,
THE pi9 CITY TAILOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing.
Pants to Order.. ..S 4.00
Suits to Order.... $ 1.00
Tolejihone 8770-W.
423 Deaderiek St, IASUTILLE, TESI.
Telephone 1173.
PB0PKIET0R
THE CUST03L HOUSE MVERY
STABLE.
FIrtt-Cls Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 7U Broadway,
Nashville,
Tenn
The readers of the Globe wll do wel
tn nnv smoHnl attpntirm tn thp. husl
t J lyMV uvv.. ww
ness lirms mat advertise in mis paper
asthey are all reliable busines men
Give them a trial
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M 1 W I I
OPEN.
given in Pinno, Organ,
Voice and Harmony.
(North Spruce St.)
$2.00 Per Month.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CDTTIXG A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., 5.
and SALE STABLE
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
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PEARL HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
'Examinations are over, nromntinns
have bpen mniip nnrl the enhnn ronr.
eanized. The p.'-.hool has tho hoof nr.
' - - wuv J VKJ , VI I
ganization ever known In its history.
i uc MAiu aua eevenm erammar erades
which formerly sat on the High School
flnnr hnvp hpn tmnoformri o-nm,,
- tv.J1 ollu
riiiw r no in i crh Kxhivi tivn i
v .u Kjv-iivi uuui
oniy me tuga cnooi and the eighth
TOnoo "ho Prlnnlnil linn nrlrn1 1 I I
tuvkj. a A i luminal iiao w u i ivkii i ar
lu uuiam mis conamon amia many ob-
tain this condition amid many ob-
stacles and has at last succeeded. He
lias always held the ODinion. and has
advocated that if grammar pupils
must sit with High School dudIIs. thus
making two schools on one floor, they
ought to be the highest grammar pu -
-.11 T I 1 1 1 A - I
pus. nas ai last succeeded.
School graduates of the January Di-
vision: .ionn m. uoan H nwho Por.
kins. Chas. H. Grier. Annie L. RnhPrt
son. Hettie Fowler and Mabel T,.
Scott. There was not as much een-
eral sadness among the pupils this
as is usual. More nunils nasspd tholr
1 HC il . . i i i t l
grades and a higher scholarship aver
age for the school was made. This
speaks well for the efficient Hieh
School Fa -.ulty. A list of those who
made the highest marks is annended
Highest average Scholarship in four
studies: Miss Evenll Frazier. 901-4:
Miss Eva Murrell, 88 1-2; Miss Hattie
irii,i oo 1 o wi it ,,.
Hodgkins, 881-3; Miss Lou Willie
Baugh, 871-2; Mr. Percy Nelt-on, 85
Highest Mark In Latin: Miss Eve
rill Frazier, 100; Miss Eva Murrell,
100; Ira Scott, 96; Miss Hattie Hodg
kins. 95: Percy Nelson '95: Chas.
Grier, 95; Miss Amanda Perkins, 95.
Highest Mark in Higher English:
Miss Everill Frazier, 100; Herman
Matthews. 95: Miss Lou W. Boueh.
95; Miss Mackie Hardison, 90; Ernest
Alexander, 88.
Highest Mark in Mathematics: Miss
Hattie Hodgkins. 93: Miss Viola
Plagg, 93; Miss Nina Murrell, 86;
Ralph Cary, 81; Miss Mabel Scott, 76.
Highest Mark in Science: Miss
Everill Frazier, 91; Miss Viola Flagg,
CO; Overton Carter, 88; M. E. Jack
son, 80; Miss Hattie Hodgkins, 71.
Eighth-A Grade: George Drew, 91;
Lawson Williams, 87; Alberta Ross,
84 ; Beatrice LaPrade, 83.
Eighth-B Grade: Elizabeth Clark,
S6; Myrtle Sanford, 84; Annie Baugh,
83; Myrtle Buford, 80.
This school now enters upon the
Spring semester with prospects bright
for success.
MRS. HICKS ENTERTAINED.
Miss DrusillaN:. Hill highly enter
tained Friday, Ja...8, in honor of her
cousin, Mrs. H. R.Hicks, of Indian
apolis, Ind., who will leave soon for
her home. The evening was pleasant
ly spent. Games and dancine were the
features of the evening. A two-course
menu was served. The guests present
were Mrs. H. R. Hicks, of Indianapo
lis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Lyer
son, Misses Zenith McCathen, of Para
xon Mills. Tenn.; Janie Hill. Drusilla
M. and 'Mary B. Hill, Messrs. Ewing
1 , u 1114 HI ... J . ..Alt, HIV )0 1 U, U IT IU
uul Robert Dobson. Johnson Cockrill
ind Underwood, Drs. Bryant. Wallace.
McKever and Bowman.
SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES.
Mrs. Lizzie Brooks Is visitine hen
daughter in Nashville.
Mrs. Josie E. Estell. who ia teaching
at urme, spent Sunday here.
Mrs. Janie Elliot made a flying trip a-
it i ...... I
up the valley recently
Rev. Mr. Shelton. of the A. AT.
Zion Church, has returned from Vic
toria.
Mr. Luke Maxwell Is on the sink
list
Mr. C. II. Lightfoot is still confined
to his room with rheumatism.
Rev. Wm. Simmons, of the Mission
- - ' - -- j wj. vuv ixO OiVJll I
ary Baptist Church, filled his nulnlt
here last Sunday. He lives at Dech-
era out is pastor here. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hawkins en-
Htnp una .onnrtorf
Mrs. H. Henry, who has been indls-
posed for several days, is uc and out
gaJn.
Mr. H. is. Douglass was at Cowan
litst ween.
had a. rallv Inst. Rnnrlav iinH ronU
a neat sum.
Rev. Mr. Robertson, of Chattanooga.
spent Sunday here. ,
ine worn on tne new m. js. Church
continues. Kev. Mr. Smith, the nas-
, ., l
w. , uc.ci mo.
Mrs. Lovie Atkins Dead.
When the news reached here last
week of the death of Mrs. Lovie At-
!.,. i j- .1 , . ,
iuus, btuits in menus were snocKea
wun gnci. one cnea in uoioraao, at
a 1. u a 1 1 i ... 1
lijw iiume ui ner sisier, ana ner re
mains, accompanied by relatives and
friends, were brought to Cowan.
Tenn., for interment. She leaves a
husband, one child, a number of rela-
l-S.T-vn J n Un4 4. . - I
uvea u.m a nusu ui nieuus iu muurn
uei iuss. one is hui ueau. uui sieeD-
eth."
DEATHS.
Arbunia Perkins, City Hospital, 16
years.
Lee Robertson, Louisville, Ky., 35
years.
Hortence Keeble. 41 Trimble street.
7 months.
Infant of SnlHs WenVW 11C -picrV
i - t i ion
alley.
Leslie Mp.Farlanri
604 Williams
street. 2 venrs.
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James i('ioyd, Kive's Infirmary, 23
yeurs.
James Bedford, 604 Fourth avenue,
Mnrth x vft9.ra
. .
snrrnn 4 pun- no ctnoot c .mr. 1
iwuo ouvci, u JCO.IB. I
James anaerson, Hadiey avenue, 51
nonrc I
'viuo.
imam oi L.une Kead, 3 Fain.s alley.
Rosa Burton, 329 Thirteenth ave-
ie. North. 58 years
infant of .Bertie Brown and Noah
Annie Dellahunter, 1113 Edgehill
ureet. fa4 years.
Eunice Roberts Talley, 908 Seven-
r - eenth avenue. North. 4 months.
"l 11 iTTlll e t A -i . I
k oriienus mil, zzi second avenue,
avenue, North, 40 years.
nnmns kpji. h nirno m nvonno
enrs. '
Willie Hoard. Jr.. 310 Twelfth avo.
nue, North.
Infant of Luceil Clark and Herbert
BOOKS FOR VALENTINES.
Nolhine is more beautiful for a
'filentlne than a beautiful book of
ihases, mnzes nnd grazes of love. Get.
cony of Paul Laurence Dunbar s
wnl foi qw i
When iMalinda Sings SI. 63
n. pnW wu - M
Lyrics of Lowly Life 1.25
Talks from Dixey fa story) 1.25
The Strength of Gideon 1.25
Tove of Landry 25
Tn Old Plantation Days 1.50
Sunshine and Shadow 1.00
Hearthside 1.25
fanatics 62
Hamlletimes 1.50
The Sport of the Gods 1.50
Ha.nnv Hollow 1.50
LIT Gal 1.50
Howdv, Honey, Howdy 1.50
Todn' Erlong 1.50
Make vour order now from the Na
Monal Baptist Publishing Board. 5"3
Second avenue, North, Nashville.
Tenn.
MTRS BROWN AT THE BLIND schol
On Wednesday evening the students
"f the Tennessee School for the Blind
were favored with a violin recital bv
Hiss Hester O. Brown. A full attend
ance was nresent, and together with
nme prominent visitor from South
Nashville, the rhanel where the mu
'ipale was held was well filled. Mis
Trown rendered four Rpleotions which
wer interspersed .with as many ren
ditions bv the students, who alwavs
'"nloy havintr visitors and people from
the professional world come to s?e
ih em.
3IH0P TYREE RETURNS FROM
BISHOPS' COUNCIL.
Bishon R Tvree. of 15 North Hill
t'-prt, returned to thp citv Tnesdav
night. He was seen bv a Globe rp
norfpr and statpd that a nrofi table
meeting of the Council was held, and
that much good was accomplished.
side from being tired he was u good
spirits,
LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGE K OF P.
CJ- p- CRAWFORD.
mft t r .
706 Bass Street. Nashville. Tenn
G. V. C. I. M. STEGALL,
Humboldt Tenn.
P. G. C J. H. LaPRADE,
Chattanooea. Tenn.
G. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND,
Box 148, Brownsville. Tenn.
G. M. of E. B. F. JOHNSON.
850 E. 8th Street. Chattanooga, Tenn.
www mmw v vu mvi ivi,9 v i4Jfc,(HVV,
G. L J. M. EASTERLINO.
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn.
K. R. S.-DR. R. W. ALLEN.
124 - 126 E. 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn
. A. JOHN SINGLETON,
Knoxville, Tena.
I. G.A. T. HILL.
Pulaski. Tenn.
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xt-.v.,i-
u' u u" A- W. GLE1AVEG.
asuviiie, renn.
Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER
Nashville. Tenn,
3. M. R. DR. A. M. TOWNSttisin
ah wh. ct m..k.im.
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ENDOWMENT BOARD:-W. F. R07
nolds. Ptpr vj t. Pun.u. oi
n vhuoicj, o jr..
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VOLUNTEER COMPANY NO. 5,
U. R. K. OF P.,
Meet3 each Mondav Uzht in ma
nf.11 . " o -
p enowa Amusement Hall over the
union Tmnonnr'nUnn nt. -1
h. 11. nnwATAM nn 6
J. A. 0. BROUGHTON
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DAMON LODGE. NO. 2, K. OF P
Meets at the PvthJan Tm
ier of Fifth and Capitol avenues, tht
-euona ana IOUrth WednMdnva a .K
ii"uin.
J. W. BLAINE, C. C.
W. L. CANSLER, K. of R. 4 8
oiiuxnuu LODGER NO. I
Moet. n n ,T...
Cedar and McLemore iSt
L. ...I1 "more s reets, second
h"iu luunn Mondava of arh mnnfh
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IVANHOE LODGE. NO. X
waS.'SSK d
nc
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month
J. F. IRONS C C
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j. E. MILLER K of P nni q
TYREE LODGE. NO. 11.
Meets at the Pvthlan Tpmnlo or
3er f '"ifth and Capitol avenuea. th
arsr ana lhira Wednesdays of each
W. H. ALLISON, C. C.
J. B. SMITH. K of R A R
2-23-06 utf.
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO 17.
Meets at the Pvthlan Tpmnl
f Fifth and Capitol avenues, the first
ind third Mondays of each month.
JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
A. L. HADDOX, K of R. and 3.
' 2-23-06-utf
PURITY LODGJ, NO. 42, K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
f Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
md fourth Tuesdays of each month.
BAILEY TTTRNER. C. C.
W. M. ALLEN, K. of R. and S.
3-2-06-utf
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO
OF P.
72. K
Mets at the Pythian Temple, comer
f Fifth nnd Canitol avenues, necond
ind fourth Mondnvs of earn month
dr. j. a. McMillan, c. c.
THOMAS C. MOORE. K. of R
nnd S.
2-23-Ofi-utf
DWARD BAVTPR pfrry AT FISK
UNIVERSITY.
The sti.ripnts nt V!rV TTniversitv and
-i(i"ens of Vnshvle had a rro trft
'n hriHn"- thp riprformnne of Mr. Ed
wnrd Bivter Pprrv. tv.P fnpious blind
vnicViin ot F'sk Memorial Phanel.
M-lfhiv nlht. .Tannarv 1S. The pro-
of no Hmo wns tho aiilpnep left to
frrif PojI''p! hptno- n rnaeter of the
rlono "Tr rTtPr ; n word mlritPr r
-.-root iitiiitv. TT.S plfPt-,s nf fVip
iiiv,hoP r.r) rrorrnrn irlded consider
"h'" to tho enlnvment
Th- rrr.o-rir- vns oq fo'lTwrq; Car
'lovol 0 0 Sph"rnnnn: Uphpfrinni
Vo 1 T cn- Tlrrioc'r, TT'pupronhp'
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Cvnt CJuHr. rr nrv Aooi'prio Pprrv
TJollorlp rf T ocf TcliTi'l Porrv An
dnr.tp Snjinto nnd Polonnlop Chonln
A large audience greeted the perform
ance.
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med with imported gold
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Write m for prices and specifications,
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