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THE NASHVILLE GLOBn, FRIDAY, MABCH S. 1207.
THE PRODIGAL SON.
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
An Oratorio Presented by Walden
University in the Meharry Au
ditorium. An appreciative audience that was
and could be called a large audience,
I PRUTS Al MOST SFMSATMNAI
TO ADVERTISE OUR NEW LOCATION CORNER
FIFTH AVENUE AND CHURCH STREET
We are now located in storehouses 203 and 205 Fifth Avenue, North, awaiting the
completion of corner store when all the stores will be thrown into one. Make your selec
tion now while you get fully Two Dollars in merchandise for every dollar expended. We
will not store awav any Fall or Winter Goods. .
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Fine Clothes
at the Cost of Materia'.
"ifuu ,35 - $16.50
II. S. & M. $y 10 C(
Suit. . 1.JVF
I, s?i,&MflS 13.00
ii. s & m. $30 ii nn
II. S. & M f 25 1 O Pfl
11. s. & m. f2o in rn
All other makes in like
proportion Some suits and
Overcoats as low as fs.85.
Buy a Pair of Extra Pants to Fid Out
f$ 00 Men's
Headlight Overalls Best
on Earth -We are Sole
Shoes for Men, Women and . Chil
drenLower Than Ever.
$5 00 Men's Shoes
$3.00 Men's Shoes
$3.50 Ladies' Shoes
' Patent Vici
$1.75 Misses' Shoes
Lace or Button . .
$2 50 Boys Shoes
$2.50 Ladies' Shoes
Vici Bluchers. . .
$1,25 Children's Shoes
Lace or Button
We will not store away
any Fall or Winter Goods.
Mothers Cannot Afford to Miss Our
Specials In our Children's Clothing.
$5.00 Boys' Suits (J0
and Overcoats. D
$4.00 Boys' Suits O AA
and Overcoats.. UU
$3 00 Boys' Suits 1 C
and Overcoats.. 103
$1.25 Bloomer 70
Knee Pants ft)
$1.00 Knee Pants
75c Knee Pants fjg
35c Knee rants
We will not store away
any Fall or Winter Goods.
11m at Meharry Medical College last every Monday and Friday nights from
Friday night, March 1st, to witness 8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
"The Prodigal Son," which was pre- instructions free of charge to all wishing
f ented to the music lovers in the form to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed.
with children admitted free.
DOCK HER, Instructor.
of an oratorio. This beautiful and Good order will be observed. Parents
well-rendered entertainment was un
der the management of Miss Mamie
13. Braden, musical director of Wal
den University, and daughter of the
late and beloved Dr. Braden, the ex-
president of Walden. Miss Braden Is
an ardent worker, tireless and un
swerving In her devotion and efforts
in everything that will interest Wal
The program for the evening was
one highly entertaining. It took on
the professional air. The performance
was to begin at 8 p. m., but a gale was
gale the rain was coming down In tor
rents, yet many braved the storm and
at 8:30 the Walden Orchestra began
I with a beautiful selection. Then the
chorus, consisting of about fifty voices, Is your life insured? Is your house
Need anything - - Call on j
ing at the hour that marked the n , ,
nt of March, and in this high Pension vouchers and other impor-
rani papers nxea wnn prompt
ness and dispatch
ALL - BUSINESS - CONFIDENTIAL
MEN'S FURNISHINGS AT PRICES YOU CANNOT RESIST.
Men's Hpaw n $1.2 Coooer Ribbed A v?c Men's Suspend- Of5- 15c Pancy Handktr-
Fleeced Underwear. I C Underwear, all colors OiJC ers, newest styles. LOL. chiefs, newest borders..
Si.cr, Men's Fine tn Sis Snrintr Pattern AO rsc Men's Fancy Im- If Best assortment of Work
.J' - ---- I A t - ' sj I fl - U. M W.
Shirts and Gloves in the city
arranged twenty-five to each side of
the stage, in costumes that were
catcny and Deconnng, iurmsnea a nne
selection. The orchestra again played
and the chorus began the first strains
of the oratorio, "The Prodigal Son."
There is joy In the presence of the
angels of God over one sinner that
repenteth." The welHrained voices
and Furniture Insured? Aren't
You tired paying Rent?
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN
- ' '. ' ' "
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc.. to raise means to tav off
and the way in which the grand com- aii indebtedness. For sale, bv National
position was rendered, appealed to the Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
very nearts or tne nearers. inose avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
present leaned far over in their seats
to catch . the pronunciation of every
word. At the conclusion the chorus
was loudly applauded.
The soloists were Miss Maud J.
Roberts, soprano, who is recognized
as one of the leading soprano singers
in the city, and Indeed on Friday
night she sustained this reputation
Incorporated Under the laws of Tennessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
Prices to Suit the .lasses.
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SAVE S50 OR $100 Oil A PURCHASE.
These Pianos are Double Veneered, case made in fancv fic-
JC ured mahogany, nine Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter
it sawed oak of the finest quality.
5 We offer as our testimonals the people who have purchased
and are now using our Pianos. Call on or write them for
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business
find with a clear, sweet, musical voice terestpaid on all time deposits-
me iiiissiou earinquaive, developed
into an international question. Much
speculation was Indulged In as' to
whether Admiral Davis was hasty, re
pulsive and insulting in his offered aid
to the sufferers, or whether Gov. Swet-
tenham, of Jamaica, was too autocrat-
nlause on each appearance.. Mrs.
Laura P. Allen, the contralto, can be
said to be next to Mrs. John Work.
She showed wonderful ability as a con
tralto singer. At the end of her selec
tion the audience showed their ap-
nrovnl by hearty applause. Mr. W. T.
B. H, Boyd, President,
J. W. Bootick, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
ic, arrogant and high-spirited. The th,rroh, the tenor solist, gave a spec!
411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
papers and magazines of all nations
have indulged at length in reviews of
the incident and some opinions have
been rendered. None, however, have
appeared in the columns of local pa-
jpers as coming directly from Jamaica.
A Globe representative, who Is per
sonally acquainted with many people
in Jamaica, opened correspondence
with well-informed British subjects
in this island, seeking just the exact
attitude taken by the Jamaicans with
regard to Davis' actions and Swetten
ham's resentment. He gives his views
in the following letter:
"I have followed the Swettenham-
Davis incident. Hard to give an un
biased opinion from newspaper re
ports. Swettenham may have been
right; Davis, ditto. One thing is cer
tain, that In all foreign countries, as a
rule, Americans are recognized for
their wealth and liberality, but from
the standpoint of being polished gen
tlemen and ladies, they are still In the
men or what a wen-trained tenor
could accomplish in high class music-
ils. While his articulation was not
distinct, his-voice was well-cultured,
and at each appearance he showed lm-
nrovement. Mr. Beaconfield Landry,
'n taking the bass solo part, made
good. His singing was of the highest
"hss, and especially did he render,
"And he arose and came to his fa
ther," in a pleasing manner.
No audience has enjoyed a better
musical thin the one at Meharry last
Friday night. The choral society that
took nart in the recital was a host of
well-trained voices. Special mention
-an be made of the orchestra. Each
musician showed the training of pro
AN EASTER PROGRAM.
The Globe wishes to acknowledge
the receipt of a copy of the Easter
Greeting or Easter Exercises that are
backwoods of civilization. They cling being sent out by the National Baptist
too persistently to petty prejudices, Publishing Board. These beautiful
yet claiming to be republicans. This
is meant in a general way, of course; we have seen, and this is shown both
there are many exceptions to thehn its artistic design and workman
rule." shin and beautiful colors of blended
It can be seen from the foregoing h.urple and green, and also the artis-
that many Americans Instead of mak- tic Easter lilies and other designs in
We do a SPOT" CASH Business. All floods
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
line of Everything in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
801 Ewing Aye., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
2 2 lb. cans of corn .15c
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas...... 15c
2 .3 lb cans of bartlet peas.. ... . 20c
2 2 !b. cans of raspberries. 15c
"CUULJIUl .... ...... 11U
Easter exercises excel anything that ffiCWSiej mil meg wuu urnicr
"Can't lie Beat on the Market.
1-4 -07 tf.
ing friends with foreigners in their
own country leave the wrong Impres
sion. It. has often been said that be
en use of the American's wealth and
learning colors. The Responsive
Scripture Reading, Easter Songs, Reci
tations and Poems are In every way In
keeping with the best cultivated taste.
their opportunities to accumulate We think that every church and Sun
day school regardless of denomination
should see and examine copies of
these Exercises before purchasing
elsewhere. There Is nothing In these
exercises of a denominational nature,
wealth In a day, they take the position
is dictator or czar. It Is seldom re
corded where Americans go in with a
real charitable intention, as in the
c&se just mentioned. Some parts of
the letter just quoted, it Is said by but it 13 indeed a cantata of the most
5 their orinion:-Dr. W. R. Baker. 1504 Fourteenth nvp N x f?e. recipient oc tne etter, win snow brlght and sparkling gems of music,
It m i t tv t, ,r , tt-,1 7 Uizt Admiral Davis attempted to taKC
J Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Evans Tyree, 15 N. Hill street, 3 charge of the island without recog-
Residence, xoi Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
9 to 1 1 a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
6 to 8 p. m.
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1G03 Harding street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N.,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School,
For Prices and Terms Apply at
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R.H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North,
rarge or the island without recog
nizing the governor and the other
colonial officers. It is said he landed
marines, established stores and sup
plies and began to issue orders with
out recognizing the British flag. These
TWENTIETH CENTURY WHIST
The twentieth Century Whist Club
held one of the most pleasant meet-
'ngs in its history on Thursday even-
subjects of the King are as loyal to ing, February 2S, at the home of Mrs.
their flag as the Americans can ever
be. They feel a pride in being called
British subjects. No .apology In the
form of an apology has been made.
Only official notes have been passed.
Antony Kimbro and Ella Buchanon.
George Ferrell and Ilattie Ander
son. Richard Watson and Janie dooch.
' William Ross and Mattie Ella Cook.
Ben Davis and Eunice Dawson.
Snm Ham and Rhoda Lockhart.
William, WeaVly and Cornelia
Marshall Morley and Rosa Johnson.
Joba Scott and Eliza Alexander.
Hamp Bell and Alice Daniel.
Henry Springfield and G. A. Goings.
William T. King and Ada Lee Har
ris. Eph Cloud and Ellen Smith.
Walter Patterson and Fannie Bos
tick. Mance Erown and Ida Jones.
William Osteene and Ada Wilkins.
Norman Jackson and Mamie Web
ster. .James Hurt and Delia Stewart,
Mrs. Robert Bell and children ar
rived in the city last Friday night
from Kansas City, Mo., Where they
have been for several months.
Mrs. Mary C. Miller, of Orange
Park. Fla., writes that
every Issue of the Globe
Is the daughter of Mrs. T. G. Ewing,
proprietor af the Nashville Shirt Fac
tory on Third avenue, North.
Dr. W. D. Chappelle. of the A. M. E.
Church Sunday School Union, is spend
ing this week in Florida on business.
Mr. Wylie Anderson, who has been
ill for several days is able to be back
to hia business.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Agent,
119 Cedar street Boyd Bulldlnc
Phone 967. (Up StAlrt
41 n tf
law can not be served upon him; it Is
therefore ordered that said defendant
enter his appearance herein at the
next term of the Davidson County Clr-
Thos. A. Ewing, 501 Eighth avenue
North. The entire evening. was spent
In the game of whist, after which Ices
were served. The meeting, In a busi
ness and social manner, was very en-
ioyable. Those present were Mes
dames Jake Anderson, Robt. C. Eason,
Eugene Clayton, and Thos. A. Ewing,
Misses John D. Blackwell, Bettie War-
veil, AiiniB tiitni mm wuwo m. iuiu- ,. v y,l,i v
eJ' eL.Joif "ouse in Nashville. Tennessee, on the
T. Risher. R. G. Johnson, James M
She enjoys Mnrvro Wvmnn Brnrlv Ttnht. fl. Enson
Mrs. Miller Uwpnp n-ivtnn. Jake Anderson. Thos.
. Ewing, Dr. Clyde and W. Lee.
May Rules. 1907.
Isabella Caster V3. Henry Caster
this cause it appearing to the satisfac
tion ff th? Court that the defendant la
a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, therefore the. ordinary process of
first Monday In May, it being 6th, and
defend, or said complainant's bill will
be taken for confessed as to him and
set. for hearing exparte. It is there
fore ordered that a copy of this order
be published for four weeks in, succes
sion In the Nashville Globe, a newspa
per published In Nashville.
Ii. M. HITT. Clerk.
W. B. COOK, D. C
G. F. Anderson.
Solicitor for Complainant.