' fits "tfA'fitaVlttE ' globe, teriAY,
School Children, Attention!
5.00 IN GOLD
WILL BE AWARDED THE SCHOOL: GIRL OR BOY
WHO SELLS THE MOST TICKETS OVER 400 FOR
Prince Herrman's Matinee
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. MM
Saturday, MARGH 9, 1907.
lis dULU wm De awarcieu ior
IN GOLD will be given as third prize.
and small, in Nashville to see this matinee, and the management engages
to take tender care of all the little ones.
Those who wish to sell tickets may get them from
MRS. E. M. DICKERSON, 14 NORTH HILL ST.
Tickets 5 cents each. 2 Tickets will Ad
mit a Grown Person.
j CITY ITEMS.
The Households of Ruth, the ladies,
department of the Odd Fellows, had
their Installation in the Odd Fellows
hall on Spring street, East Nashville,
Monday night. After a business meet
ing it was turned over to a comrcit
teo and it proved one of the most en
joyable social gatherings of the sea
son. The tables were elaborately dec
orated in ferns and palms, and a four
course menu was served.
Mr. Frank Carter, of Ohio, accompa
nied by his wife, is in the city, the
guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella Carter,
of Lischey avenue.
Mr. George Darden, of Williams
street, is suffering from a sprained
anlile caused by a fall, ;
Mrs. Julia Bosley, of St. Louis, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ken
nedy, who live across the new bridge
on Hyde's Ferry Pike. She has been
out of the city for twenty years. Mrs.
Bosley is the sister of Mr. Fred Bains.
Mrs. Annie Hatcher haa been very
sick for two weeks at bcr residence,
C2 Green street.
Mis3 Alberta It. Harrison, of 1226
Fourth avenue, South, was very much
delighted over the birthday present
whirh she received from her little
niece, Alberta Bell Porter, of Chicago,
Miss Bettie E. Allen, of Twenty
first avenue, entertained in honor of
a' few friends last Thursday evening.
The features of the evening were whist
and other games. The parlor was
beautifully arrayed in palms and vines.
Among those present were Johnnie
Avy and Lizella, of Murfreesboro,
Kate Boze, Julia McChristine, Daisy
McRobcrts, Messrs. R. M. Mason, Ar
thur Harris, John Massey, John Mc
Coy, Dr. Johnson. A two-course
menu was served.
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A Strictly High 'Class Eiiicrtuiniiieiit
row going on
DAY AAD TJIGHTi
menext nignesr number and 51.0U i
We want every school child, large !
Miss Daisy Roberts left Nashville
Saturday en route to Algood, Tent.,
where she will' attend the bedside of
her father, who is very sick.
, The Marechal Niel Club held a
pleasant meeting Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Julia Flagg, at her home on
Eighth street. They added three new
members to the club. The Flagg
home was beautified with ferns, and
refreshments were served during the
final social hours. Interesting topics
were brought ' before the club and
matters of general interest discussed.
Col. B. F, Johnson, Uniform
Rank, K. of p., of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
spent last Friday In the city attend
ing the meeting of the Endowment
Board of the Knights of Pythias.
Mrs. Cage Qannon, who has been ill,
is able to be out again.
Mr. N. N. . Reynolds, of Pulaski,
spent Friday and Saturday in the city.
Mr. Reynolds is Grand Lecturer for
the Court of Calanthe and reports that
the order is progressing.' r
Mr. B. J. Fernandis, of Memphis,
spent three days in the city last week
attending the regular quarterly meet
ing of the Endowment Board of the
Knights of Pythias. . 1
President Merrill, of Fisk Universi
ty, addressed the congregation afUr
the regular sermon at the First
Baptist Church Sunday morning. The
sermon, which was a very powerful
one, was preached by the pastor, Rev.
W. S. Ellington. ( ;
Miss Mamie L. Alexander, of Provi
dence, Tenn., spent Sunday, with her
her mother, Mrs. Matilda Alexander,
of 704 Ewing avenue. ; .
Mrs. Marie Ransome. of William
street, gave an elegant luncheon Tues
day evening, her guests including Mrs.
juuus wiiuams, jurs. Mabel Over
ton, Mrs. C. McGavock and Mrs.
Mamie Turner. The table was ra
diant in decorations, the table having
a centerpiece ol a cluster of crimson
and purple. . j
Mrs. Sophia Cannon, of Ninth st
who was reported very ill last, week
is much better.
Mrs, Mattle Statton. of Berrv street.
who was on the sick list last week,
Is ahlfi tn he nut a era in
Miss Bessie Whiten, of Ohio, is n
the city on business. etoDnine with
Mrs. Elam on Smilev afreet nvD
Nashville. She will be here until
The sermon preached by Rev. Fields
at the First Baptist Church, East
Nashville, Sunday was very much en
joyed by the members. :
Rev. Goodall was in Clarksville last
One of the most charming occasions
or. the season was a valentine reren.
tion given by a jolly little crowd of
East Nashville girls at the residence
or little Miss Viola Bibbs, on Webster
street, last week.
Shirley Nichols, the little daughte
of Mr. and Mrs. Nora Nichols, b
Crooked street, is on the sick list this
week with malarial fever.
Miss Mary Walker, of 410 Ninth
avenue, North, is on the sick list
not being able to be about her duties
in the music room.
Dr. and Mrs. R. II. Boyd, of 523 Sec
ond avenue, North, are both on the
sick list this week. Dr. Boyd is con
valescing, while Mrs. Boyd at this
writing is still in bed.
Miss Josie Joyce, of Manchester,
Tenn., an ardent supporter of the
Globe, was in Nashville last Sundav
and took advantage to have the Glohfl
sent to her Manchester address, where
she hopes to keep up with the newg
Tickets for Prince Herman's special
engagement at .Meharry Auditorium
Friday night, March 8th, may be had
at the One Cent Savings Bank, 411
Fourth, avenue, North, Wilson's Drug
Store, University street, and Crescent
Drug Store, Main street, East Nash
Miss Bessie L. Woodford, who re
sides at 1036 Sixteenth avenue, North,
has been seriously 111. The doctors
pronounced It heart disease, but she
shows signs of rapid improvement
Although not able to be out of bed, It
Is her desire to see many of her
Mrs., M.'L. Foston, of 1509 Harding
street, is another one of the cold suf
ferers of North Nashville: but this
has not detained her from beirig about
the house during the week. , :
Miss Susie A. Webb, of 3711 Wabash
ayenue, Chicago, (who is a native Ten
nessee girl and who visited her sister
in East Nashville last fall, writes that
through the columns of the Globe she
is able to keep up with all that, is go
ing on in Nashville, , If she misses
her paper one week she feels like com
ing back South. , I
Mr. H. C. Scarlett Is one. of the
prominent seniors at the Meharry Med-
cal College. It is learned from. dif
ferent sources that Mr. . Scarlett, will
possibly locate, after he has finished;
n his old home at Waycross, Ga.i
where he is much admired and holds
a good reputation. ;
Mrs. Chas. A. Kelly, of Clarksville,
Tenn., a prominent secretary of ohe
of the leading lodges, is expected 6
arrive In Nashville within a few days
on business connected with the organ-
A party of ladies last week, who
have been in Nashville for some time,
went on an inspecting tour of the va
rious' publishing houses. In the party
were Mrs. A. T. Cooper, wife of Rev.
Cooper; Miss E. B. Willjams, and Mi's.
M. L. Gallaway. They expressed
themselves as well pleased with the
remarkable progress being made In
Nashville. These remarks were made
to a Globe reporter, who chanced to
see them just as they were completing
Rev. S. Thompson, B. Th., Is occa
sionally in the city. Hardly a week
passes but that he is in Nashville on
various official duties. He is a min
ster of good reputation and Is always
ready to assist in some good work for
Mr. Wm. A. Ewing, who is at pres
ent residing in Muncie, Ind., is in
Nashville on a visit to his brother,
Mr. Paul Ewing. of Stevens street.
lis many friends will possibly be glad
to know that he is In town, as he lived
n Nashville some years ago.
Mrs. Fannie M. Lauler, of Martin,
renn., continues to write encoura
gingly of the standard maintained by
the Globe as a newsy journal. i
, Some very excellent photographs of
Miss Aurelia Mildred Ford have been
received in Nashville. . Miss Ford Is
from Little Rock, Ark., and it will he
remembered spent an excellent sum
mer in Nashville last year. She was
ndeed the recipient of much social
Tickets for Prince Herman's special
engagement 'at Meharry Auditorium
Friday night, March 8th, may be had
at ' the ' One Cent Savings Bank, 41
purth avenue, North, Wilson s Drug
Store, University street, and Crescent
Drug Store, Main street,' East Nash
Mr. John Moore, of 1213 Thirteenth
avenue, South, contemplates making
in extended trip during the summer
months. Just what points will be vis
ited is not yet. known, but it will
appear in the columns of the Globe
Miss Philster Womack, of 1502 Han
ilton street, who was reported 111 a few
lays ago, is now entirely well. ,
Little Willie Brooks, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Brooks, , of 504 Fourteenth ave:
nue, North, who has been ill for the
past three or four weeks is slowly im
Miss Willie Battle, who has been In
poor health for .the past six or seven
months, walks down town occasionally
and apparently enjoys the exercise.
Mrs. Eliza Binkley, of Jefferson
street, is at Mercy Hospital under
Mrs. Mattie P. Haddox, of Ninth
avenue and Gay street, has been con
fined to her room for several weeks
Miss Henrietta M. Campbell and
Miss Georgia L. Hadley are reported
to have left the employ of the N. B. Y,
P. U. Board.
Mr. W. M. Flowers, foreman of the
pressroom of the Baptist Publishing
Board, is on a vacation. Mr. J. Blaine
Boyd is filling his place.
Bishop Evans Tyree has Just re
turned from Louisville, Ky. He rushed
back to fill an engagement at Payne
( hapel on Wednesday night.
Mrs. Adelia Mills, the popular. Jef
ferson street grocer, has been very
sick but is improving.
Prof. W. S. Thompson, principal o:
Meigs School, has been suffering
from influenza for several days.
Prof. W. L. Cansler, who has been
seriously ill for several weeks, is fast
regaining his health.
Miss John D. Thompson, of 1305 De
monbreua. street, has been suffering
from throat trouble for wera flays,
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NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE.
BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED DIN
NER. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pointer, of
051 Edgeblll avenue, passed a very
pleasant evening on the 17th inst, at
tbeir home with a large number of
rlends. All enjoyed themselves to
the utmost, . the host and hostess
doing all in their power to render the
occasion one of enjoyment. The house
ooked well in its neat and rich dress
of flowers and ferns, while the table
decorations made a picture long to be
ememberod. At four o'clock dinner
was served and was in keeping with
the richness and beauty of surround
ings of the occasion. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Nor
man; Mr. Will Norman, Mr. weison
Napier, Mr. and Mrs. will Thompson,
Mr. Archie Pointer, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Pointer,, Mr. Edward Williams, Mr.
Walker, Mrs. Jeff. Rhodes, Mrs. Clara
lill, Mrs. Henderson,, Mr. and Mrs.
James McCullough. After the delight
ful repast, Mr. Ed Williams enter
tained' the guests with his grapno-
SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS O. E. S.
CALLED TO MEET.
All Subordinate Chapters O. E. S.,
are called to meet in Masonic Hall on
Monday night, February 25, at eight
o'clock, to complete their arrange
ments for the celebration of Palm Sun
day. By order of
J. H. ADAMS, Chairman.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF ABRA
Lewis Lodge. No. 1, Sons and
Daughters of Abraham," met at High
tower's Hall, Thursday evening, Feb
ruary 14, for the purpose of installing
officers for the. ensuing term. The fol-
owing were installed: T. M. Rideout,
W. S.;, Mrs. Alice Davis. V. S.; Nat
Jones, F. J.; W. J. Baugus, Chaplain;
W. Macoroy, Conductor; Mrs. M. L.
Amos, Secretary; Mr. L. Jones, As
sistant .Secretary; Jere Amos, Treas
urer; E. Bivens, Lecturer.
Mr. Rideout installed the officers in
a most impressive manner. Chaplain
Baugus read a communication from
the courts re-establishing the rights of
Lewis Lodge. Mr. E, Bivens, who, with
his associates, has worked constant
ly for the Lodge during the past eigh
teen months, exhibited the old charter.
After the installation, the ladies served
a delightful repast.
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