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GREAT EVENT AT WALDEN. see are Negroes, and that the Legisla
The banquet given In honor of the ture had already appropriated $100,-
Senior classes of Meharry medical, 000 for the benefit of the 75 per cent of
dental and pharmaceutical depart- whites. Third: Tennessee is about
ments by Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hub- the only State that has not a State
bard, was one of the greatest events school for colored youth. Dr. Boyd
in the history of the University. The said that as the colored people are
guests were received in the spac'ous taxpayers they are justly entitled to
Auditorium by Misses Alexander and a pro rata of the appropriation for
Roberts and introduced to the host educational purposes. He also said
and hostess, Dr. and Mrs. Hubbard, that he did not think that this Legis-
who received them on the rostrum, lature could afford to adjourn without
which was beautifully decorated with making some provision for the educa-
palms, ferns and cut flowers, and oc- uon of colored youth of the btate.
cassionally soft music added to the The bill providing for the appropri-
charm of the evening. The guests ation will be redrafted so far as to
which included members of both fac- make the university a state institu-
ultles began to arrive at an early tion, when further consideration will
hour and there was ample time for re- be had of the measure.
newal of acquaintances and for the
social intercourse. Seldom, if ever, THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
has there been such a gathering of WHIST CLUB.
representative and professional peo- The Twentieth Century Whist Club
pie in the city. was delightfully entertained last
After an hour or more of social Thursday evening, March 28, at the
greetings the guests were shown to homo of Miss John D. Blackwell, 39
tho annHniia hnnmiet hnll hv (Misses 1-2 Wharf avenue, bv Mr. GUV Boden
His children with poverty-rights Moore and Pierce, where they were hammer. After the business of the
In mother-earth herself ochh!!. cordially welcomed by Mr. S. J. Mc- evening the members were invited
Lemore. The tables were beautifully into the dining-room where a tempt
family and a permanent fortune, decorated' with smilax, asparagus, ing menu was served. Those present
There ia onlv one nerryianent form ht ferns, Jackson vines, and many bou- were Mrs. Robert C. Eason, Mrs. John
' r - 'I i 1 1 . 1 1 1 i in . l n 1 1 . . v : iir t I .. i !
queis oi rea carnations, x.ne conege u. uiawiweu, ut-uio vvancn, nuiue
colors being carried out in the decora- Mullen, Pearl Warner and Annie
tions. The tables were beautifully il- Cheek, Messrs. Robert C. Eason, Guy
lumlnated . with silver candelabras, Hampton, Wyman Brady and Guy
with cut silver shades over crimson Bodenkammer,
THE MAN WHO LEAVES
wealth, and it is that made and per
petuated In real estate. There are
gentlemen land-owners in England
whose fortunes have survived the
changes of three reigning families.
by the instructors of the Kindergart
en and emphasized me iaci mat
it should be encouraged and sup
ported by our citizens.
On Monday the concert took placo
at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church,
when the following programme was
rendered :
to him. On Wednesday morning as
per agreement, an increased attend-
ance was present, all eager to hear.
Promptly at 9 o'clock the chairman of
the committee announced that he
would hear Dr. Boyd, who on behalf
of the citizens of Nashville, made a'
strong, logical and forcable appeal .o
Processional March state legislature for some dona-;
uuu iu uie egro consuiueuis ana
their children. He spoke fully an
"Easter Arms" March and drill....
"A Little Seed Kernel"
Myrtle Brown
"A Very Small Boy"
hour. His address received marked
attention. It was easily seen at the
liamldBaitYmore K0110!11!!011 of hl9 J?88' a recom-
"An Easter Flower" Marie Boyd
"Lift Your Heads"...... Mary P. Wil
liams, Lillie D. Brown, Lillie Gil-
mendation was probable, and would
have been made had the local com
mittee been able to agree upon the;
the dem
and black covering. The arrangement
of the tables was the occasion of
much surprise, the center being in
the form of a St. George's cross. The
menu was elaborately served In five
courses to two hundred and thirty-five
guests as if by magic by Mr. McLe-
more and his able assistants.
RESOLUTIONS.
Nashville, Tenn., March 20, 1907.
i iumo, Acinic iJivn ix. . uir i i . . . .
chout. . . instructions received from
, . .. uers ui me legislature. ,
Song "The Beautiful Easter Day".. n la iPartl that Tphkp hfl '
"My Little Chickens"., made no appropriation whatever for
, attern the education of Negro youths out-
Palms of Victory ....Lucile John- slue of the regular public school
son, Evallne Williams, Annie G. funds. Notwithstanding about $410,
Thomas, Sadie and Manila Jackson qoo has been appropriated to white
Son? "Easter Time" universities and normal schools In the
Recitation Katie Boyd state in the past legislature aa fol-
Instrumental Solo.. Georgia Overton lows: $250,000 for the Peabody Nor-
Recltation Alberta Thomas mal, $100,000 for the University of
Solo "Starlight" Myrtle Brown Tennessee and $60,000 for the West
Solo "Longing for You" Tennessee Normal, which brings the
Alberta Thomas grand total up to $410,000, and which
The exercises were excellent and a does not include the minor appropria
credit to the little folks, and also an tlons t0 various state Institutions,
honor to the teachers, Miss Mattie where Negroes are not allowed to at-,
Matthews and Miss Josie Price, the tend- A strong appeal was made to
principal. tne committee on education who ha
cnarge of theso bills, but a Globe rep-
DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT M""1"" SA?B. Iro.m
uie recommendation or a Dill m tne
enate now purported to have passed,
BRENTWOOD NOTES.
The Magnolia Sewing Circle met at
the residence of Mrs. Rains on Mon
day. After finishing a lot of sewing
the hostess invited the ladles into
the dining room, where a toothsome
repast of three-courses was served.
Mrs. Rains was assisted in receiving
by her daughter, Miss Maggie. Those
present were Mesdames Green Hunt,
G. W. Voorhies. Rodin Perkins, Ed
ward Bills. Walter Dowell. Thomas
To Responsible Persons on Their Walk?r. J; c- Pielas Robert E-Jonn-
Rains, J. C. Crawley and Mitchell
Woodson. Mrs. Mitchell Woodson.
Tel. Main, 3755 L. and We Will Call on You. one of our county teachers addressed
the club with a few chosen words.
The club' will meet next Monday,
April 8, at the home of Mrs. Sol. Hunt,
on Elm lane.
Misses Eunice and Susie Vercon,
of Walden University, spent last Sun
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Vernon. They attended
Abraham Lincoln Land Go. J
71 The Arcade.
MONEY LOANED!
Own Mcs llusiness Conlidcutal.
301 FOURTH AVE.MJE, NORTH.
CORDON & CO,
The young ladies of South Nashville
To the Union H. H. of Ruth, G. U. O. entertained in honor of Miss Verna whioh intends to restore the scholar-
or (J. u . uingnam weanesaay nignt at the Uhin tnkpn nwmr twn varo h.
Whereas, God in his divine wisdom home of Miss Willie Andrews, 710 Ew-hn- hna ho Tha. ehnLtn
saw fit to take from our midst, Sister ing avenue. Quite a number of inter- question has yet to pass the House.
Maine r. nauuux, auu i-sliui, gituiea weie piuyeu, aiier wnicn of Representatives
Whereas, She was faithful, dutiful, a snort programme was rendered. Miss just what steis the cltizenfl' com- .
kind and lovable, Bingham leaves the city to-day for mittee will take now towards securlnc
Whereas,' We, the Inmates of the Normal, Ala., where she is a student the murh noieri nnnrnnHntinn tn M.
Union Household of Ruth, feel that we of the A. & M. College. Those pres- courage literary and Industrial train
have "lost one of our most obedient ent were J. J. Lay, B. James, F. A. hnK has not as vet been daflnltelv
Inmates, and an active officer;, and, Kendals, C. A. Greer, Robert D. Dob- decided uixm It Is believed how-
, Whereas, We must bow in humble son, C. P. Lay, J. E. Dobson, S. L. ever, that before the legislature ad
submission to the will of him who Carter, Prankie Hill, Verna Bingham, journs for the present session, some
doth all things well: Therefore be it Lonellen Garrett, Lucile Dobson, Mary important steps will be taken, and an
Resolved, That we tender our heart- Garrett. Beatrice Hill, Sadie Winston, aereement reached that will cive Tpn-
felt sympathy to the bereaved family, Susie L. Dobson, Buelah Lee Perkins, nessee a Negro state school one that '
and also to Rebecca II. II. of R., No. 82,1 Willie Andrews. lhe state 0Uilht tjfl Rlinnorf onfl nna
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G. U. O. of O. F
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the bereaved family,
a copy sent to the Rebecca H. H. of R
No. 82, G. U. O. of O. F., a copy to be
ENTERTAINED IN HONOR
GRADUATE.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. White en
spread upon the minutes of our House- tertalned at their residence, 914 Four-
hold, and a copy be published in the
colored weekly papers of the city,
lint would do credit to the Negro pop-
Of ulation numbered In its borders..
PEARL HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
The names of the candidates for
graduation of the June division of the Brooks Chapel and took part in the
Senior Class have been sent to the Sunday School Easter services.
onlce of the Superintendent. This Miss Lucy Newsome, of Nashville,
division numbers thirteen, some visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub
would say a very unlucky number, Newsome, of Chapel Station, Easter
live boys and eight girls. The mem
bers themselves while on other sub
jects perfectly sane, are a little sorry
that their number is not different
Sunday.
Mirs. Ella Pillow, who has been
visiting in Columbia, Tenn., since Aug
ust, has returned to Brentwood high-
"Llke Shadows that fly,
Like clouds in the sky,
Or vapors that vanish away;
Our lives disappear,
We cease to be here; .
Death comes and his call we obey."
Yours in Peace, Happiness and Pros
perity,
MRS. E. A. CULLOM,
'Naomi H. II. of R. No. 2011.
MRS ROSA BRYANT,
Grant H. 11. of R. No. 1C2G.
MRS. GENNIA B. WILLIAMS,
Miriam H. II. of R. No. 231.
teenth avenue, North, last Wednes
day evening, in honor of their sister.
Miss Emma L. Stone, who graduated
from the Meharry Pharmaceutical
College last Friday. Quite a large
number of the schoolmates of Miss
Stone and friends from the city were
present and joined in the festivities
of the occasion. The ladies, all of
whom were handsomely gowned, fur
nished a pleasing sight as they glided
through the parlors to the entrancing
music paying homage as it were to
Terpsichore. A delightful lunch con
sisting of three courses was served.
TWO ARRESTS.
Arthur Gurley was arrested last
week on a charge of house breaking
and larceny. Tuesday night the po
lice arrested John Mitchell, who is
supposed to be the partner of Gurley,
and ,nlne charges of housebreaking
oxd larceny are placed against hla
name. A Globe man who saw the ar
ticles removed from their homes
f. tales that there was ".plunder enough
consisting of flour, butter, sugar, lard
and canned goods to start a good
grocery, it is said that the things
were stolen from the kitchens of resi
dences at West End.
SLOWLY CONVALESCING.
Misses M. Belle Scales and Eva
Green, the two ladies who received a
severe shock on a street car in the
WHARF
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON
AVENUE.
The beautiful home of Rev. Thomas
Johnson on Wharf avenue was com-
The question uppermost in their ly pleased with her visit,
minds now is "who will fail?" The Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield Phillips and
class roll follows below: Mrs. Clara Scott visited Mr. and Mrs.
Willie B. Davis, Crawford C. Har- Anthony Phillips last Sunday.
well. Perev W. Nelson. Averv N. Pev- The Brooks Chanel Sundav school Mrs. J
ton, Ira B. Scott, Emma T. Chealrs, had grand Easter exercises. The party Friday night, March 29, in honor March 27, are still at Wilson's In- nisht. Rev. Mr. Johnson is the paa
Willie T. Cockrill, Sallle I. Duvall, child ten acquitted themselves in good of her daughter, SaJlie M. Robinson, flrmary. A Globe reporter called tor of Clark Memorial Chapel and
Willie L. Foster. Everill iM. Frazier. ftyle. . It is said by the old members Among those present were Misses Wednesday evening and was in- was attending to his pastoral duties
Martha B. King, Hattie E. Mullein, of the church that it was the best ex- Sadie German, Blanche O. Perkins, iormed by. the nurse that It was not when the conflagration took place.
WHIST PARTY.
L. Cheatham gave a whist transrer station, Wednesday morning, pieteiy destroyed by fire last Sunday
DEATH OF
JENNINGS
at that time known definitely when
they would be able to be removed to
their homes. They have been In bed
ever since the accident occurred.
nounced it one of the best ever de- ouch, Tenn.. addressed the Sundav an Soloan, Sam Malone. Geo. S. Davis. Scores of friends have manifested
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nvereu to tne scnooi. scnooi. samuei uant, lirooii ionn, uicnaro !"",1"u"' ttUU ,ui,;'t iu "ic" "I'j bet WPOu nf wniiam iDnnina
t- t t- T- i t ... I n T a , I . . mi - t i.i -ii 1. l'wnvorv nvmnMnir fromiont ilia orwl I ' v v. ..u.uf
ui. j. u. Ajesier, accompanied uy iuis oaia uwk, uue ui uui prumi- uuu, iiiuiuas ueruiau, jjuwu ueai.- j .h"-"- ouU n formerlv of fhflr'fnn a P
rrv regular inquiries. iOKens were also .n, ,'f. if
. . t t i j j..,. The late Mr. Bryan was a graduate
Nina E. Murrell. erclse of the kind they have ever had Lula E. Caruthers, Minnie Palmer,
Mr. C. B. Manning of Southern in the church. The Sunday School Beatrice Cants, Rosa Stublefield, Mrs.
Pines, N. C, visited the school and t()ok up $3.85 for Missionary purposes. Cora Taylor, Sigga Davidson, Mrs. Sal-
niade an address. The students pro- Rev. Allison Ridley, of Waynesbor- lie Bell; Messrs. Robert Carwell, Nath-
Dr. M. E. Steveus, of Texarkana, Ark., nent school teachers, has just closed Lam and Wash Terr
WILLIAM
BRYAN.
Word has been received In the city
announcing the death at Jacksonville,.
honored the school with a visit. Your a very successful school at Bellview,
reporter learned that Dr. Stevens is and is at home for her vacation.
one of the wealthiest Negro physi- Mrs. Mitchell Woodson, who has
clans in the South. been teaching in the Eleventh Dis-
Ilev. G. L. Jackson also called to trict, Davidson County, has had an
make some inquiries about his son. other successful term and is home
The base ball game between Eighth again among her many friends.
and Ninth Grades and between Eigh-
th Grade and Seniors resulted in a PRINCE HERRMAN.
victory both times for the Eighth Another week of sunshine
Grade. In the first
Dancing and card playing were the made in the form of boquets and deli
features of the evening. A two-course
menu was served at the last hour.
3u mke a SToom mire 1" J"!!"
cheerful.
PROMINENT ALABAMIANS IN
THE CITY.
Mr. II. V. Cashin, of Decatur, Ala.,
spent last Friday in the city, the
course about four years ago. At the
close of his school career he went in
business at Jacksonville, being late
married to Miss Alice Priestly of
Albany, Ga., who is also a graduate
with
guest of his son-in-law and daughter, the state legislature on Tuesday, Wed'
Vf rnl AT ro O XT Toncratrxn rf 1!?Ol1 I nnclnir o n ! 'Vh iic3 n v mnvnln era ra
n-OTMA thA T"-J TT 1 T-k 1 . I ' " " " O ' I "
ure rrinee nerrman ana uurce uerryman u0 ..tt at,, rnohin wna m Oi,ontiv0i in nv,oif nt tv.Q v.ni nr
-"id oiwu u iu tdu, uuU iu iui. ow ii i k luiiuwiiiK ('iiirrt:iis.
IN THE INTEREST OF ROGER WILLIAMS.
A committee of citizens appeared of Flsk- The deceased had a host of
before the educational committee of friends in the city, who were shocked
to hear the sad news.
ond game 6 to 12. The Grammar
Schools feels avenged for some of the
largo talk indulged in by the High
School pupils.
Prof. F. G. Smith paid a flying trip
to Memphis Saturday in the interest
of the Jamestown Exposition, where
he secured some nice exhibits.
Spruce Street Baptist Church Mon
day nisht, April 8; Hubbard Chapel
M. E. Church Tuesday night, April 9;
St. John A. M. E. Church Wednesday
night. April 10; Jackson Temple C.
M. E. Church Thursday night, April
11; Goodlettsville C. M. E. Church
Friday and Saturday nights, April 12
and 13.
IN CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
Ofilce Clerk and Master Chancenr
BASS-HAYNES.
Mr. James Bass of this city and Miss
Winnie Ilaynes of Murfreesboro were
quietly married last Sunday evening,
March 24, at the residence of the
groom's sister, Mrs. Berry Robertson,
on Tremont avenue, Rev. Jack Hard
ing performed the ceremony. Only
relatives and a few friends were pres
ent
route home from Washington, D. C, pending before the state legislature to
where he had been on a business trip, appropriate $10,000 to assist in the re-
He attended the banquet in honor of building of Roger Williams Univer
Booker Washington at the Spa Cafe sity or some department that would
following the commencement exer- add to Negro education and give some
ciseu of Meharry and left for his home appropriation from the state treasury
Saturday morning. Mr. Cashin is one to assist in this neglected duty of the ant, vs. Abraham Boaz and others, do-
of the leading men of his city, having state. The citizens' committee on fendiant.
occupied a high position in the polili- Tuesday morning was headed by Rev. It appeoring from affidavit filed In
cal councls of the state for a number Wm. Ilaynes, who is the president of this cause that the defendants, Wil-
Court. Nashville:
April 3, 1907.
II. L. FIte, administrator complain-
of years.
HOUSE
COMMIT-
EDUCATIONAL
TEE.
The House Educational Committee
met this morning and heard argu
ments in favor of the bill appropriat
ing $10J)00 for the Roger Williams
University. Dr. R. H. Boyd, of the
National Baptist Publishing Board,
DEWITT MOSELY FINED.
DeWitt Mosely, who escaped from
the City Hospital Sunday, by jump
ing from a window, was caught Mon
day night in a house on the bank of
the Cumberland river in West Nash-
villp Ho was fined $S0 in on case
String music prevailed through- addressed the committee at the sug- and $10 n tne other in the City Court
out the evening.
gestion of Representative Peay,
Chairman of the committee. Dr.
EMBROIDERY CLUB. asking for the appropriation was that
The Ladies' Embroidery Club met Roger Williams University, a school
Wednesday.
EGG HUNT AND CONCERT.
An enjoyable egg hunt was had by
Monday at the residence of Mrs, W. for colored youth, was destroyed by the Verdi Kindergarten last Saturday
AI. Rucker. of 1413 Hynes street. Miss fire and the society having charce afternoon on the grounds of the Verdi
Lillie B. Rucker received and Mrs. F. 0f the estate sold it for a settlement School of Music at No. 448 Eighth
A. Turner presided at the piano. An as it was in an advantagous section avenue, North. The children and also
elaborate menu of three courses was of the city, situated between Vander- those of mature years who witnessed
served by Mrs. J. Anderson. The bilt and Belmont Colleges. Second, the sport, were well pleased with the
guest list included Madams Fowler, the colored people are entitled to this afternoon's entertainment. Addresses
Roddy, Steverson, Byrd, Fall, Ralph appropriation for the reason that 25 were made by' several gentlemen all
and Mrs, Pullla, psr cent of population ot Tenes of whom praised the work being done
the Baptist State Convention. Rev. J. liam Boaz, alias Bolles, alias Hopo:
ii. Harding, Rev. E. M. Lawrence and Al. Donelson or Donaldson; and Rob
Henry A. Boyd constituted the com- ert Donelson or Donaldson and Jennie
mittee, while Dr. R. II. Boyd had been Travis are non-residents of the State
Invited to accompany them. After a of Tennessee, and cannot be served
brief consultation with Mr. Ben Carr with the ordinary process of law;
in the corridor of the capitol the com- It Is therefore ordered, that
mittee was ushered into the commit- said defendants enter their ap
tee room. Mr. Ilaynes who had been pearance herein on the first Mon
working in the interest of education day in May next (1907), It
in the city since last summer, had being May G, 1907, and a rule day of
been untiring in his efforts In trying said Court, and plead, answer or de
to raise the amount of money neces- mur to Complainant's bill, or the same
wary to insure the re-establishment or will be taken for confessed as to them'
the rebuilding of the school that was and set for hearing exparte, and that
at one time located on HUlsboro Pike, a copy of this order be published for
The committee in session it seems In four consecutive weeks in the Nash
not so favorable to allowing the do- ville Globe,
nation to the schools. Mr. Henry A. ROBERT VAUGHN,
Boyd took the opportunity to Intro- Clerk and Master,
duce at this point, Dr. R. II. Boyd, By J. R. WEST,
and it was agreed that on Wednesday Deputy Clerk and Master.
morning he would appear before the G. F. ANDERSON,
. . I rt.tr ti m .
committee. Tney naa agreed to nsxeu ooucuor tor v;oinpiainant.
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