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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1907.
Clothes ee Good D
Don't eiivv the man with the new Spring suit come to us make your selection
r r . t -t
get your comtort trom peneetly tailored, new
stylish garments from the world's best manufacturers
lart, 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 ahout 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.
:lWt i &y.WPhmi.
V V .... sfc to 4 yi :
CUApC Our lines comprise the best niami
OllUCo facturers in the ctuntry. Wen's
fine shoes $2.00 to $(.)(.
Ladies "Oueen Quality" shoes $2.50, $3.00,
Boys children misses newest Spring Styles
in footwear All the newest shapes in men's
and boys' Hats.
The newest Spring patterns cuffs attached ami detached
coat front or regulation front all sizes Monarch $1.25 Shirts -
Ladies must Visit Our Ready-to-wear Department.
Special Prices on Ladles' Suits, SRlrts, Waists Coats.
It Is learned that the call Issued by
Rev. E. C. Morris for the Executive
Board of the National Baptist Con
vention to meet in Washington, D. C.,
on May 17 and 18, -will not be re
sponded to by all the members of the
various boards. Dr. C. H. Clark,
Chairman of the Publishing Board,
will not attend the meeting unless a
different construction Is put upon the
call. The doctor does not construe
the call to mean that the chairmen of
the various boards of the National
Baptist Convention are expected to be
present, although it Is stated that the
original intention of organizing lan
hoard to the National Bap
tist Contention was to have the chair
men and secretaries of the boards,
with the officers of the convention, to
comprise the executive board. It
seems that the Baptists are having so
many constructions put upon " their
calls that they themselves do not know
lust when they are complying with
their own rules. If the three boards
of the National Convention which
should be located in Nashville, are to
be represented In this meeting at
Washington, it would take to that
city Drs. It. II. Boyd, of the Publish
ing Board; E. W. D. Isaac, of the B. Y.
P. U. Board. C. IT. Clark, of the Pub
lishing Board, and Wm. Beckham,
Field Secretary. It is not learned def
mitelv whether any one of these, ex
"ent Rev. Beckham will be present
At this meeting the program for the
National Convention Is usually ar
ranged. Then, too, other matters of
imnortance that cannot remain over
until the annual meetings, are usually
taken under advisement. Whether
Dr. J. P. Robinson, of Little Rock,
Ark., chairman of the Home Mission
oard. and Rev. Dr. Frank, of Louis
ville. Kv.. chairman of the Foreign
Mission Board, so interpreted .the call
is not learned. If Dr. Robinson and
Dr. Frank attend, it w'.ll be, possibly
D. A. DORTCH,
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Tnkcn In Exchange
TEiEpnosE, amnt : '
S. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avcimc,
FOR MEN. WOMEN
EQUAL ANY $3.50 Oil $4.00
SHOES m THE MARKET.
THE ItlUILT STOKE ON THE
WRONG SIDE OF THE STREET.
421 - U!II0S STREET 421
i Doors West Southern Express
Need anything - - Call on
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
'n the interest of matters concerning ALIl L hvsiness - coxfidjential
'heir boards' places on the program f., . u vmir t,ouse
or the coming convention. 1 ."r-'A
ana rurrmure lusurcw
REARRESTED ON CHARGE OF ou
miirdfr. TELEPHONE MAIX JSS9.
The wounds of Charlie Smith, who CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
vfis cbrir Inst K.nturdav niffht by Geo.
Baptist churches with young people's Smirloclf, proved fatal. Mr. Smith Incorporated Under the Liws oflennessee.
organizations. The president was se- lied at the city hospital Monday morn- , o I
lected from the Mt. Olive Baptist 'ng. His relatives are determined to (Jn6(jGnt uSVIlldS D(HlK.
cnurch, the largest in the city, in the 'indicate his untimely (team, ana im- -
person ot Mr. J. liiaine Uoyd. The nediately his uncie, jmt. uaner, CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
cuy organization was to meet at one "-wore out a warrant ior uie miest ui
THE CITY B. Y. P. U.
Some months ago there was organ
ized in Nashville what is known as
the City Baptist Young People's
Union. In forming this organization it
took in possibly over twenty-five
'Phone 4496 L
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
of the Baptist churches monthly. The
meetings- were to rotate." The" first
meeting, since the organization, was
held at the ricasant Green Baptist
Church, Bev. Mr. Fields pastor. The
second meeting was to have been held
at First Baptist Church. East Nash
ville, last Sunday. Quite a number were
The Spa Creamery,
present, including Rev. Mr. Fields, rdnutes of unpleasant, words and
Miss Hall. Rev. Dr. Clark. President wrangling, the shooting occurred.
ion Rnnrlnplr nn ttiA choree of mur- TVvai rptrular hankin? business. In-
ler.' The warrant was served by con terest paid oif all time deposits. Only"
-.uMn Tncrn AVolr.Ti Qmi rlnplr tuna tfllrPTI - . . ......
a .u.u k.,,,...... .. institution of its kina in Tennessee.
PToro justice oan n. inirKe ami cum
niH.ed to jail without, bail. It is said
hat the two men met. at the house of
i woman near Pearl and Watkins
troets. and that, there, after some
R. H. Bovd, President,
). W. Bostick, Vice President.
,C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
C. T. COFPEV, Prop.
Bovd and others, but the attendance
was so scattered and so irregular the
meeting was postponed to some future
Nashville,- Tknn., 4-1 i, 1907.
n,;nrr tn li (rrmvth of our business, after May 1st our branch at 5.12 Main
ciot Mr i! 11 Tabnr will deliver from I ot. up. anil retail also. Mr. Mason.
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I3O4 lS.aVHC fWCllUi;, O., U"l w.w-i i.iw. v.. ..... w.., . . - - , TTnTirlnrcTi
lie in general 10 p.casc "run u ., - v - - ""J R Anrann nn(, Mtrv wmic
O. w. Terra ss and Mattie Jones
St. Clair Smith and Sylvia'
omo seem to think that jealousy was
he pnnso of the shooting.- The prison
er Ins not been interviewed but it is
id he would not make anv remarks
vhatvpr evrrnt to sav that it was a
'ery unfortunate occurrence.
411 fOLRTH AVENIE, NORTH,
Continue our promptness. (Spaw.)
The SPA CREAMERY,
C. T. COFFEY,
Telephone, .Main, ll'.MMi.
ir i)V tf
George Jackson and Fannie Parker.
Mareellus Bostie and Beulah J. Will-
If yon usuil lo buy, j
If you want to sell,
If you want lo rent,
T, CLAY MOORE,
THE HEAL ESTATE AUKXT,
41i (i:i) VK ST., 1SOY1) HL'IUUMi,
riioncMaiu i)(7. (I'pSlairs.)
Arthur Smith, 170 Wharf avenue, 2
Rev. Thos. Allen,
WILL BE HOME IN MAY.
A lrttpr from Clarence Eugene
Mlon. who will finish with the class
if 1007 nt the Atlanta BanHst Collece.
tlanta. C.n.. sfivs that he will be home
'n Mnv. Tho lrttpr ws addressed to
Mr. tt AHen Boyd, and reads in part
"Vnurs of some weeks ago was most
-1dlv recelvpri, T note with much
Wc do a SPOT CASH Business. All foods
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry n full
line of Everythintf in the
Rev. N. Smith and Mr. William Hall
3 he sncredty of nclm nlsterlnj? the 'v' Ho thnt vmi Rpe SO I Fwinn AvP . CmM of Fofld St.
. '.oni s Mipprr to aits, lizzie i;oncn, , x -zj
.tno. layior, no v imams sixeei, su wnn is very sick at nor nome In Lusk- - ;
years . I 'Own ir!n U'"''i. t-iiu'ii mimtinny, ;is wt u
TI....I- t..-i o-io , ti,0 ,imi ,fino- ic ,r viMs to necict in tue nnvnncement ot our
i.i..u." .liUKtsoii, oio nuiu avenue mumhu, i0 un uniis . . , . . .
on,wl, .4 9 vova Pield. It s hnned thnt snmp nblP ttiIti. nr''- 1 ""' "Slv u'
TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS
On Tlioir Own Holes
THE KEST1ICKY L0AJ1 CO.,
SlOtffUD'.RSTItHI : IT STAIRS,
Room 7 Twin Building:,
Mattic Younj?. SOS Thirteenth ave-
nno North. CO years.
flcoi-KO iKnslish, 2S0C West Find av-
cinno C.7 vonrs.
Wm. Henry Brown, 1108 Gay street
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
Tel. Main. 3638 Y.
South street, 'r will assist. Key. Mr Smith in his
2 2 lb, cans of corn 15c
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas 15c
2 3 lb cans of bartk-t peas 20c
2 2 lb, cans of raspberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
"Can't He Heat on the Market."
1-4 07 If.
MR. W. J. BLANTON,
M ill furnihh you tilth nice lino ot
-Ir.tod over the success. Miss Delia fnkf a "n,,,"" ,n ,1r",STr.v- "s tn la JcWflrV, h0 (JlasSCS. iltcllCS, IlMffS,
T?:if.Vir,r.on la -if nvonnf fli nmnnl, TV chr'"ra 'n t'lo nroroPlOnS. It. IS a .. , . , , ,
' -t. iiiv.iv 1 til. M .lll fiL
'ho foe'1 wishes of my friends at
hioroo. Thp closing rlns of mv college
-nreor m-p nr ot hnnd. T wouM an-
lvprinte vprv i-fhlv anvthinc: the
"'lobe Tr'ft mlcp mpnt'on of concern-
'ntr rnv poMpp 'Vtvs T on finishing
pere aftpr i vprv eool nnrl successful
venr. 0"r rlocinT flnv Is Mav 1
Mr. TTowlett. Mip snnorintpndent. is
fni- S,in,liiv cr-tinnl nn,1 M,,,, "rent 'ir"1 eO fr TS Our nPOplP
mpmbors of (hp rhoir are Misses Lib rr eorp-no'l it is ns vet unrlevelone-1
ifpcentiy a. social ciun nas heen
wimam i.aruner. uouisvine, ivy., ,nrmoA 1iv vrni nt thn rom, uaob
i years. i.i , i ah n i ,
Masuio Hightower, 44 Lewis street, President MIssps Henly. Lula
years. lpdcrp and Wnllcer. MIssps Tplfnrrf
r,r,., Avr.l,io n,n,,n 1 Tlir. Sntlflnv crlinnl 1 (rvnnrlnn. t, PXpPCt. TO lP in XaSUVIMP SOH1P Time
' I . . 1 -l i il- P Tt T4- lr wtr
pannes &nmn, cuy nospuai, - - ,ntontion to t,Vo , nvossional course.
(loor-p Flcmin" St Iouis Mo 4") tr'Vtv ami Is lnrreaslnc: pypry Sunday. ' '"" tM ' im' 'V
,(oi.(. iitmin, &i. i.mu, iuo., i- tT.i. Jjih- nt Mlnnpcotn of Tv T nnpnno lis. tr
Addie T.odbetter. 007 Twelfth ave
nue, North. 21 years.
Madlinn Younj?, 42S 11th avenue,
Infant of Samuel and Lizzie Fal
sicm. !22 Tlaslen street
Tennlo Woods, 214 Eighth street, 47
Mourninjr Battle. 029 WToods street.
John Sexton Taylor, Deams alley
Front and Peahody, 1 yr-ar
Manic Alison, 1 SI 2 Clifton pilce, 37
Pirdie firainger. rear 700 Fourth
avenue, South. 23 years.
Benjamin McNeil. v. SI 7 Third ave
nue. South, S 1 years.
William Henry Nelson, 1217 Scovcl
:-trert, 11 months.
James Winstoad. City Hospital, 20
Tobe Hynes, 130 Fifth avenue,
North, 34 years.
lie Hall. TJeba. Johnson, Addie Bueh-
nnnon, l ottie Anthony. Bettie Luslc.
Cnrrie BidPout and TTattie Henlev,
ATpssrs. Hnzzie TTiiffrins. Andrew Mc
intosh, Elmore Telford and Henry IT.
Mrs. A. A. Neal has dosed her third
term of school in Neely Bend and is
at home on the Murfrecsboro pike.
DIES IN ST. LOUIS.
Mr. C.eortre Flr-mincr. who left this
citv a number of ypars atro to live in
St. Touis. Mo.,, died in that city last
Friday. His remains were brought
here Monday mo:ninrr and carried to
pmem'if,r me most kindly to lnqulr-
CTAENrE EUCENE ALLEN.
ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF
t ncf Vort'iiv d'irinrr tVe dnv Al
Tphric-on, 'ho wns arrested ch'rpre'1
'vHb nosnHt'ti" Chas. McMnhon of the
"ountv roid p'lnin guards Inst. week.
ivnM nvrpetp-i -lU'l plnppd behind thp
iw,Vt5 Tnlinaori wis loontd h'"r pitrpl-
nnn TTpnw Mcnrver npnr TVIt. Veho
:rftlr'pnt In Wpst Niisbvillp. TllPV
vis'ted tho nlnpp! whevn hp vs sun-
the home of his sister. Mrs. Frierson, i,t ho hnd cone Hp was flnnllv ar
ine funeral rpcted and brought to town and com
mitted to jail without bail.
on Jo Johnston avenue
services were held Tuesday.
HraniVis anil Xrrklarfs.
An Assortment of Jewelry w ill be brought
to your borne by request.
Easy terms cm be secured after f.rst payment.
Order Promptly Killed.
Address' VA7. J. BLAINTON,
With I). Lowcitlieini Sc Co.,
I HI) Cuiiiii St mid Fourth Aw ., K. I'hnnc, Jliiiil lit h,
: ','9 f 7
316 Jo Johnston Ave.
Alcals Served in All Styles.
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
SAMUEL SUMNER, Prop. 3-8-07