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RHONE, MAIN 2703.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Eason, of
318 Eighth avenue, N., spent Sunday
in Murfreesboro, the guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady. It was
the anniversary of Mr Brady's
Mrs. A. W. Gray, of Chicago, 111., is
visiting Mrs. J. S. llucker, of 1G00
Harding street. Mrs. Gray was a
Miss Mary Lawrence when she lived
in Nashville, and is here visiting
friends. She will possibly stay two
months in this city. A part of the
time will be spent with her mother,
who lives in Brentwood.
Mr. Jerry Robertson, who has been
employed as night watchman at the
National Baptist Publishing House,
has resigned to accept a position as
fireman on the L. & N. Railway, be
tween Birmingham and Montgomery,
Ah. He left Saturday night to take
up his work.
Mrs. E. H. McKissack, mother of
Dr. A. C. McKissack of the class of
19.07, Meharry Medical College, will
She will remain here until after the
Commencement exercise, when she
v.ill return to her home in Mississippi
and prepare to make her trip to
Rome, Italy, where she will attend
the Sunday School Convention of the
World, as well as make an extended
tour in Europe and the Old World.
It is reported that Dr. Richard H.
Voorhees, a member of the faculty of
Meharry Dental College, will go to
Mobile, Ala., at an early date, where
he and his family will reside in the
Mr. Frank Milam, of 1118 Gay
street, who had his leg broken re
cently is able to be out on crutches.
Capt. J. Milton (Easterling, Grand
Lecturer of the Knights of Pythias,
was in the city last Friday.
A call has been issued by A. W. Fite,
chairman of the Nashville delegation
pf representatives to the coming session
of 'the Grand Lodge to hold a meeting
in the reception room of the Pythian
Temple Sunday afternoon at two
o'clock. It is desirous that every
ledge in the city be represented as
matters of importance to the mem
bers of the order will be discussed.
Mrs Jane Brown continues indis
posed at the residence, 418 Twelfth
Mr, L. D. Davis met with a seri
ous accident, being struck in the eye
with a ball while watching a game
of ball on the Walden campus one day
p J Ewinc. of the Capitol Cream
ery will be ready to till orders in a
few days, at his new factory, 74
Maury street. In the future the fac
tory will be known as Ewlng & liar
Uns. 'Phone 1446.
Miss Susie McLoughlin, of 1011
Eleventh avenue, North, was taken
Feriously HI with la grippe last Sat
urday night at the residence of Mrs.
Mooney, of Hayes street.
Miss Tempie Johnson, of Second
pvenue, South, entertained Monday
night in honor of Miss Annie May
Ntillv, president of the Ladies' De
partment of the Y. M. C A. Re
freshments weie served at a late
hour Those present were Miss Annie
Xeilly. Drs. Robert H. Ware ana
,1 nf Memnhis. Tenn.; Dr. An
drews, of Dallas, Texas; Dr. Powell,
of Rr Louis. Mo.; Miss Myrtle
Hashes. Mrs. Fannie Hamilton, Tem
ple Johnson, Mary Works Molhe
Thompson, and Mr. Willie Mosby, of
410 CEP Alt T.
The Fisk. Literary Club met Thurs
day afternoon at the residence of
Miss Laura Stump, 938 Twelfth av
enue, North. Her reception room was
effectually decorated with roses and
spring flowers. The club was highly
entertained by Bishop C. II. Phillips,
husband of the honored president,
Mrs. C. H. Phillips. Important busi
ness was discussed by members of
the club concerning their future In
tentions, after which refreshments
Mrs. D. Sadie Phillips, who was re
cently summoned here to the bedside
of her mother, Mrs. Mary Patton, who
died on the 3rd of March, is still in
the city. She expects to leave soon
for Corslcana. Texas, her home.
Mrs.' J. W. Bostick and Mattle
Louise, the baby girl, of 805 Seven
teenth avenue, South, are visiting
their cousins In Columbia, Tenn.,
Misses Zelia and Golden Perry. They
v.ill return this week.
Mrs. Beaden, mother of Elnoraand
Will Beaden, of 1006 Second avenue,
South, who was reported very ill
last week, is much improved.
Mrs. 'Mary Cox left for Hot 'Springs,
Ark., where she will spend several
weeks visiting friends.
Miss Louise Hall, who has been
quite ill for several weeks, Is much
Miss Tempie Johnson, of 1230 Sec
ond avenue, North, is better.
Mrs. Albert Cheatham, of Patter
son street, spent a few days last week
visiting relatives near Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Ada Lee King, of 513 Fourth
avenue, South, is slightly Indisposed
Mrs. Amanda Randolph, of Patter
son street, was very much Indisposed
Mrs. Lina Smith, of 18 Fillmore
street, is still confined to her room.
Mrs. Mattle Alexander, of Birming
ham, Ala., will visit Miss Myra Shiv
ers, of -Ewlng avenue, In a few days.
Mr. C. S. Can has been Indisposed
for several days.
Miss Hester Porter, of 911 Morri
son street, spent Sunday in Murfrees
Mr'. Nathan Gregory, of 307 EleV'
cnth avenue, North, is improving.
Mrs. Carrie Estill, who has been
very ill for three weeks, Is out again
Miss Luella iMicMurry, of McGav
ecu street, who has been quite sick,
Mr. Frank Murcer, of Eleventh
avenue, North, has gone to Atlanta,
Ca., to visit relatives.
Miss Alice C. Hunt, of 1109 Hynes
street, is indisposed.
Mr. Oscar McGill, one of the port
ers at the Union Station, Is suffering
from slight indisposition.
Mr. S. G. Dodson, the well-known
blacksmith, had a severe attack of in
fiuenza the first of the week and was
confined to his bed.
Mr. Walter Hill, who is a mem
bor of one of the United States
companies stationed at Fort Sherl
dan. 111., and son of Mrs. Lizzie
Hobson, Is in the city on a four-week
furloutrh. Mr. Hill has been out of
the city several years. Last Sunday
he met with a hearty reception at
Mt. Zion Baptist Church of which he
has been a member for some years.
Mrs. Catherine Hoffman, of Haw
kins street, i'n account of whose ill
ness was mentioned in last week's
issue of the Globe, though still ccn-
f.ned to her room, is slowly improv-
Mrs. June Beard, of Jackson street,
Ikks nearly recovered from the heavy
cold that has afflicted her for the past
Mr. Charles H. Thorne had a slight
attack of the gout last week.
Mrs. Luke Murfree and Miss Addle
Alexander, of Murfreesboro. were in
the city Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Crockett, of Murfrees
boro, was In the city Tuesday for a
Mr. Perry Bonds, of Chattanooga.
s In the city for a few days.
Mrs. Dora Moore has returned to
lier home In St. Louis.
WILL SAIL IN APRIL.
The date fixed for the departure of
the American delegates has been set
for about the 9th of April. . The white
delegates, it is said, will leave from
Boston, Mass. There has been a re
striction made that no Negro dele
gates will go on either of these ships,
they will go possibly from the port of
New York about the same date. About
delegates will represent the great
Negro denomination of this country.
Three of these will be Mrs. E. H. Mc
Kissack, of Holly Springs, Miss.; Rev.
r. E, Shepherd, of Raleigh, N. C, the
nternational Secretary of the Sunday
School work; Rev. John E. Ford, of
Denver, Col. Rev. Mr. Ford will rep
resent the National Baptist Publish-
ng Board and its Sunday school work.
After it , was found out that no Ne
gro delegates would be allowed to go
on the ship that will make a special
trip to Italy, some speculation was en
tered into as to whether Dr. Ford
would go. He was communicated
with and in his reply he stated, "I
will go If I have to swim half the way,
and I will give an account of myself
when I get there. I will show who I
epresent and why I am there." This
trip will take about three "months and
the convention which is to meet In
lome will be represented by all na
tions and denominations in the world.
In fact it will be a repetition of the
World's Baptist Alliance, which was
held In London last June, at which
about 45 American Negroes attended,
and made a lasting impression upon
the foreigners. It Is thought the com
pliments paid these Afro-Americans In
the presence of the whites who were
there from this country is the cause of
the treatment towards the Negroes
who desire to make this trip. The
outcome will be watched with Interest
rom both sides of the ocean. The
order just issued stating that no Ne
groes will be allowed on the ships is
said to be a general order and comes
from Boston, Mass. A Boston man has
charge of the transportation and this
order is said to have emanated direct
from his office.
REV. DR. TOWNSEND BAPTIZES.
An extra large crowd was present
at the Spruce Street Baptist Church
ast Sunday at 3 p. m., to witness the
baptism which took place in the base
ment of that church. Rev. T. J. Town
send, the newly elected pastor, assist
ed by Rev. C. H. Clark, had about 80
candidates for baptism, but only 43
of these were present on this occa
sion, which necessitates another bap
tism at some future date. This was
the result of the revival carried on at
the church the past two weeks. One
encouraging .feature Is that a large
number of children have professed the
f.ilth and connected with the church.
Sunday marked the twentieth anni
versary of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Knowing this day would wind up a
score of years that the church had
been In existence, the better part of
he week before was spent in various
exercises, beginning on Tuesday night
with a largely attended prayer meet
ing. Wednesday night, B. Y. P. U
and Sunday school exercises. Sunday
morning the Sunday school showed
that it had gone far beyond the ex
pectation of many. The 11 o'clock
services were suspended Sunday to
nay respects to a deceased member
Mrs. Kitty Lofton. The anniversary
senron was preached Sunday night.
This church is said to be one of the
largest in the city, and It has by far
the largest membership. The crowd
that was present Sunday night to wit
ness the winding up of the annlver
sary, was extremely large. A unique
plan had been adopted by which- each
member was to pay five cents for each
year the church had been organized
While the weather was inclement,
many responded. The pastor himself
reported $21.80 handed to him by
members who could not attend. The
imount of the collection Is not known
but it Is thought to be encouragingly
large. Dr. Clark announced from the
milpit that a revival would begin at
once and an effort will be put forth
to make the membership reach the
Mrs. Nettie Ghee and her little
laughter, Josie Marie, of Edgefield
Junction, have born here for severa
days, the guest of Mrs. Martha Hen
dricks, the mother of Mrs. Ghee.
Miss Marie L. Thomas, who is now
employed as a stenographer at the
Southern College of Music. Nashville
visited her parents and friends last
Mrs. Kate Utley Is well again.
Rev. II. J. Johnson, presiding elder
of the Nashville District, C. M. EL
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lilE KEKTUCKY LOIS CO.,
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Room 7 Twin Building,
Oh'irch, has been here this week In
performance of the regular quarterly
f line Ions of the church.
Miss Bessie Matthews has gone to
Wshville to spend several weeks.
Miss Eunice A. Hendricks Is grow-
ng in efficiency as the secretary of
he Congregational Sunday School.
Mr. H. A. Abernathy, an exhorter
of the Missionary Bprtist Church, as
sisted in the Congtv Rational Church
services last Sunday morning.
Mrs. Litha Grizzard is a generous
suppoiter of everything that tends
toward the community s prosperity
infl welfare. She is among the few
who have not merely promised, but
oaid. the annual subscription price for
Mr. Henry Patton has been serious
ly 111, but is improving now.
Miss Kittie Garrett Is successful as
the primary teacher of the Bakers
Chapel C. M. E. Sunday School.
Mr. J. M. Payne is unchanging in
'lis opinion of .the Globe. He candid
ly believes that all of the colored peo
ple ought to read the paper.
TWENTY NIGHTED. f
Damon, Ivanhoe and Lightfoot
lodges turned out in full force Sunday
afternoon to Initiate candidates. The
hall was packed to Its fullest capac
ity. Twenty candidates were given
the Knight degree.. "C. C," J. W.
Blaine and Grand Chancellor, J. P.
Crawford presided over the meeting.
ANNUAL K. OF P. SERVICE.
The sermon Committee of the K. of
P. completed its work for the occa
sion. They will hold their services at
St. John Methodist Church, corner
Eighth avenue and Cedar street, Palm
Sunday, March 24, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Rev. Asa O. Kenney will preach the
sermon, rne committee elected me
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