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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 100?,
j SPORTING NEWS, j
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get your comfort from perfectly' tailored, new
stylish garments from the world's best man
ufacturers Hart, Schaffner & Marx
and College Brand Clothes.
They are fashioned with character and knacks of style that mean
distinctiveness. . Shapely shoulders; tailored to hold their shape and
keep the graceful coat lines Collars that set snug . about the neck.
It simply cannot sag or pull away another instance of good tail
oring. Coat fronts that don't wrinkle, sag or'break. because the
hidden parts are carefully' hand shaped to follow the rounded lines
of the body. .
See some of the examples in our show windows ;
$18 to $35
Other Makes From $10.00 Upwards.
C 11 AFC Our lines comprise the best manu
OlilLO facturcrs in the country. Men's
tine shoos $2.00 to $(1.00.
Ladies "(Juccn Quality" shoes $2.50, $3.00,
Hoys children misses newest Spring Styles
in footwear All the newest shapes in men's
and boys' Easter Hats.
The newest Spring patterns cuffs attached and detached
coat front or regulation front all sizes Monarch $1.25 Shirts
Our Special ' ,
Ladies Ylust Visit Our Ready-to-wear Department.
Special Eoster Prices on Lndles' Suits, Skirts, Waists Coats.
George Whitfield Andrews,
A. M., Mus. D.
ORGANIST CONDUCTOR COMPOSER
Professor of Organ and Composi
tion Oberlin Conservatory
Conductor Oberlin.Musical Union.
O R. VI.
Admission , 25 cts.
RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF There Is a lively contest in Brook's
MRS. ELIZA MORRIS. OhapjePM. E. Church Sunday School
The committee appointed by. the between the Sunday school scholars
Board of Directors of the Golden Star as to who wil1 recite the highest num
Sick Benefit Association of Tennes- ber of verses' from the Bible from
see to draft resolutions regarding the now until Children's Day. The per
death of Mrs. Eliza .Morris, wife of Mr. Bon reciting the highest number, of
U. W. Morris, Supreme President of verses will be presented with a nice
the organization, o.fered the following Bible. At present Mrs. iLucretia Wood
which was adopted at a recent meet- Eon is leading with 459 verses reciting
ing of the Association: , fn one occasion 120 verses. Miss
Whereas, The Father of the Uni- Samella Leek, a close second, has re
verse has deemed it his pleasure to cJted 319 verses. The interest in the
remove from our midst, Mrs. Eliza Sunday school grows daily.
Morris, the beloved wife of our Su- Mr. Geo. Washington and family
preme President, a noble-hearted l"-ave moved to Mr. Joe. Hunt s place
Christian woman and a dutiful help
meet. Therefore, be it
Resolved, That although bowed
own with grief at her death, we, the
The National Baptist Base , Ball
Team held its first meeting Tuesday,
March 26, 1907, for the purpose of or
ganizing tor the cuming season. Short
talks i were, made by several of the
members; then came the election of
officers.; Mr. J. Blaine Boyd was made
president and manager; . Mr. Archie
Pointer, Captain;) Mr. Fred J. Ewing,
Secretary, and Mr. L. K. Thomas,
Treasurer. . A Board of Directors was
also elected, consisting . of the Presi
dent, Mr. J. Blaine Boyd; Secretary,
Mr. Fred J. Ewing; Treasurer. Mr.
Louis K. Thomas; Captain, Mr. Ar
chie W. Pointer and two members of
the team, Messrs. J. H. Kelly and R.
C. , Fisher. The indications are that
the team will be much stronger than
last year, as several new players have
been added. They will begin practice
in- a few days and will Boon be, ready
to meet any team in and around the
Mr. Phil E. Reid, a thirty-third de
gree Mason and a prominent business
man of St. Paul, Minn., spent several
days in the city last week en route to
Hot Springs, Ark., for his health. Mr.
Reid was born here and lived in this
city during his youth, but upon reach
ing his majority, moved West where
he has been eminently successful in
On his trip South, he stopped over
in Nashville for the purpose of ar
ranging some private business affairs
and looking into the record of two or
three Nashville ball players. Mr. Ried
has secured the rights to both of the
base ball parks in St Paul while the
regular League team is on tour and
has organized what is said to be one
of the strongest aggregations of semi
professional teams in America. He is
sole owner of the team and has no
doubt but that with his strict manage
ment his team will be able to out
class all of the white semi-professionals
of that section of the country. Mr.
Reid left the city Tuesday for the
Springs. While he had his eye on
about three players it has not been
learned whether or not he closed a
contract with any of them.
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
ssr REGULAR DAMAG CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Linr will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the now dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
DOCK LIXER, Instructor.
Call on & w
Pension vouchers aivi ether impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - JWS1XKSS - COM'inuXTIAL
Is your uz insured? Is your house
. and Furniture Insured? Aren't
You t;r.;d paying Rent?
TELEV1IOXE MAIX JSS9.
CEDAR ST , F. v.- B J?. NASHVILLE, TENN.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday )) ,
schools to use our money Gleaners. N I
AiDums, etc., to raise means to pay on m , yji
an lnuerneaness. i-or sale, ty rsauoai
Baptist, Publishing Hoard, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Teim.
Incorporated InJer the tawj oflennestee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. ' ,;
Does a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. .Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
B. H. BoTD, President,
J. W. Burtick, Vice President,
J. C. Nipibr, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
REV. B. TAPPAN 77 YEARS OLD.
On the 12th of March, Rev. B. Tap-
members of the Golden Star Sick P.an. pae nis seventy-seventh mile- Negroeg owu homes, horses and bug
Benefit Association, submit to the di- stom3- Sixty'' years ago he joined the ses and those who do not own homes
vine will of our Father in Heaven with wuue "si nurcn in cannon
the assurance that He doeth all things County, under the pastorate of Rev.
for the best, and knowing full well iV1- u- aies, a noted uaptist Divine
that the parting is but temporary; ,n that day- He nas been largely in-
Resolved, That we tender our heart- "rumeniai in iounaing tne uaptist de
St. Louis World's Fuir: Recitals by
three of the finest organists in thel'ited
States Gaston Marie Dethier, Horatio
W. Parker and George V. Andrews-were
given at Festival Hall during the past
week. Mr. Andrews evidenced an as
tonishing command of the immense in
strument, and apparently exhausted its
resources during the presentation of his
excellent programmes. Physical advan
tages in the way of "reach ' simplified
fur him the many inttieaces on the gi-
irantic console and he worked up to
ureat climax easily and consistently with
careful attention to detail.
Life ami Casually Insurance
Will Celebrate Its
At SI. Mil J. II. E. tluncli,
Monday Hight, April 8, 1907
at 8 o'clock.
BIG DAY AT CENTREVILLE.
Sunday was a day of good things at
Oentreville. Richard Allen Lodge No.
74, K. of P., had their annual sermon
preached. Rev. J. C. Fields, of Nash
ville, had the honor of preaching this
f-ermon. It was an ideal day and the
little town turned out enmasse to hear
the eloquent divine.
The K. of P's crowned themselves
with glory and honor. Centerville Is a
progressive little town. Almost all the
4)1 FOURTH AYENUE. NORTH,
are buying. Mr. H. C. Bailey and
Ship run a first-class grocer-store and
tailor shop. They are doing a big
Prof. T. J. Clinisson deserves much
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All goods
strictly FIRST CLASS, vv e carry a full
line of Everything in the'
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF -EVERYBODY.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
felt sympathy to the bereaved hus- minat on mrougnout this state, credlt for the present condition of g0 LW IM AVC, Comer 0T foad St
uuuu niiu iiic tiiiuunb ucuii LUlutvril I o 7 - 1 -priTirPVI nfl IS IriIlC.ll)ill Ul LUB
mombers of his family and point to ther high churchmen of his day. The Normal and Preparatory school and
them the risen Savior, the Great Phy- ay was, spent quietly. In the even- Dy his Christian example and moral
sician who alone can help us in time lnS Mrs. Tappan and Mrs. C. H. Phil- influence has lifted the standard of
of sorrow. Hps, his. only daughter, and his grand- nrneresa In fact, he seems to be a
Resolved, That a copy of these reso- children gathered in their home, and, star of the first magnitude. He owns
utions be sent to the family of the 'ifter a pleasant repast, Bishop Phil- L beautiful little home which is well
deceased, a copy to the Nashville Hps offered a fervent prayer, thanking kept by Mrs. Clinisson, who has high
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 lb. cans of rapnernes loc
Globe and Clarion for publication, and God for his long Christian life, with- ideals and knows how to make home McCaskej Nut Meg With Grater 10c
tnat tne resolutions De entered into out reproacn, ana as ne looicea to- hannv
tne minute dook oi tne Association. warns us sunset, may tne innuence or
Committee on Resolutions D. Dav- his past life bo felt in the home.
Hson, .Toe Floyd, W. II. Degraffenreid, church, state and community where
'Can't lie Beaton the fllarkct."
W. T. Cleaves, David Turner.
lie has lived so long and so well.
A HEARTRENDING AFFAIR.
Kev. A. P. Pearson, at one time a
hlphly-iespoctcd minister of the gos-
el in this city, became unconscious
;n the supreme court room last Satur
day when the sentence of 11 months
.Mid 29 days, which he received in a
lower court some time ago, was con
firmed. It was thought that Mr. Pear
son was a very sick man and he was
taken to the hospital, where he recov
ered. It seems that the authorities
were not aware that he was under
sentence and allowed him to leave the
building. Mr. Pearson's bondsman
The South accuses the North j of
bribing the colored voters to vote ,the
Republican ticket. The South steals
the election outright. Granting that
the North purchases its elections
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
All subscribers of stock in the
Union Transportation Company are
urgently requested to be present at a
special meeting called at the chapel of
th National Baptist Publishing Board,
third floor of building corner Second
1-4 '07 If.
Y II It: II 1H VVU1MJ LU UUV MY Lfl nl.t!H I I I . , ... . j.
Tinm ma . a tr a i avenue, Nortn, ana locust streei, ou
muiiua y ami. v
MEMORY OF MRS. MATTIE
By Mrs. Sarah Lytton.
rhou hast left us, and forever,
The lieht of those sweet eyes
promised to have him back to court Will beam upon us never,
1 I mill a i At
Monday, and he kept his word. Mon
day he began his term of imprison
ment for defrauding a poor woman
out of $5.0.0. His time will be out in
Reudence, ioi Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St
9 to II a. m. X 3 to 4 p.m.
6 to 8 p. m.
Till wc meet above the skies.
will be called to order at 8 o'clock.
Rverv subscriber is expected to be
p present at this meeting. Business of
1 - 111 1 1 1 . . .n .11 w. t .
importance win ue m.ftt.u up. m uuu- r . , 1101 vut.. m- Tn
icterc rnra chiirrhps and officers l elcpnone 1 1 o I . Nashville, lenn.
1 1 ' V-V. I up , 1 1; . I - -
OI lOOgWJ air ictjucolcu VJ lean iuig
notice at their regular meetings be
tween now and April 8.
PRESTON TAYLOR, Pres.
HENRY A BOYD, Sec'y.
Short talks will, be- made by some of
the most prominent business and pro
fessional men of the city. Miss Maude
R. Roberts, the noted singer of Walden
University, will be present and render a
few musical selections, assisted by other
local talent of the city.
Refreshments will be served by the ladies of
St. John A. M. E. Church.
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Life's sunshine was around thee,
The world looked glad and bright
The ties of love that bound thee
Might have checked . thy spirit's
Y. M. C. A. -
On Sunday, April 7, the Railroad
Protective Association will organize
a Young Men's Christian Association
The Magnolia Sewing Club met last thp bounds that earth enturnftth Ut their hall, corner of Cedar and Wal-
veek at the residence 01 Mrs. H. J. atp nil too weak to stav.
Perkins. Quite a deal of sewing was When the farK)n! heaven shlneth
done, after which the hostess, assisted The suirit's upward way.
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 Building
Phone 967. fTP Statnr
nut streets.' Every member is urged MD 7 R ANTON
to be present. A cordial Invitation iUIV " u ULmVll,
is extended to the public.
by her daughter, Miss Sabie Perkins,
served the guests with an elaborate
three-course luncheon. The table wa3
prettily set, having as a centrepiece a
lovely bouquet of flowers. Those pres
ent were Mesdames J. C. Crawley, Ed.
Bills, J. C. Fields, Thomas Walker, h-he joys thy presence cherished
VM. BOGER, Sec'y.
Thou hast left us, and forever,
Thy smile of quiet mirth;
J'hy low sweet voice shall never
Soothe our aching hearts on earth.
Alex. Raines. Sam Vernon. Robert E
Johnson, R. J. Perkins, Sol. Hunt,
Green Hunt, Simon Woods, Walter
Dowell, Alex. Merritt, Robert' John
son, Jr., Misses Ella and Bessie John
son, Sable J. Perkins. The next meet
ing will be held at the residence of Yet even while we mourn thee,
Mrs. Samuel Vernon. "we envy thee thy sleep.
Like morning dreams have fled;
And a' fair hope perished
Upon thy narrow bed.
For the love that we have borne thee,
Thy loss we need must weep;
A SUCCESSFUL OPERATION.
Rev. W. C. Smith, Presiding Elder
in the C. M. E. Church, who has many
friends in this city, was operated on
for appendicitis at Mercy Hospital
some three weeks ago. He returned
to his home last Saturday entirely re
covered and happy In the, thought
that he can never again -be troubled
with that serious and often fatal dis
ease. , The operation was periormea
by Dr. Stewart , ,
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Bracelets and Necklaces.
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brought
to your home by request.
Eaay term can be secured after first payment,
OrderH Promptly Filled.
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