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tiii: NAiii vil.lt: glow, friday. june 21, 1907.
WALTER S. THOMAS,
Champion of the South, who has an
Thomas has defeated men from both sides of the At
lantic, and has an unbroken record, having defeated
all his opponents with ease.
C. P. PRICE,
The Great and Unbeaten Champion
of the Southwest.
Price has a strong following, and his many friends
believe that he can turn the trick. He has' a long
list of victories to his credit, and is making special
preparations for this battle.
They will Contest for the Championship of the World. A Gold Medal will be Awarded.
CLARENCE BATSON will try conclusions with WILL MILLER. These two men are about equally
matched, and will make a hot race for first honors.
.ADMISSION TO ARENA,
j CONTEST BEGINS AT 3:00 O'CLOCK.
ALBERT WASHINGTON, Referee. H. A. CAMERON, Time Keeper.
Mrs. Alice Watkins. matron of the
Topeka Normal and Industrial School,
of Kansas, who was expected to ar
rive in the city at an early date, will
spend the summer in, Chicago.
Miss M. C. Grisham, of 1C24 Jack
son street, contemplates visiting Cni
caco this summer.
I itUe Connie Mai King, of Patter
son street, is suffering from the ef
fects of a cold.
Little Florence Sango, .of Cedar
street, has recovered from a spell of
Mr. S. G. Jackson,
jV'Yla., whose daughter
fisk last week, lett
irday morning for
id noints in Alabama
the city Sat-Chat'canooga
route to his home, whlcn ne ex
its to reach the latter part of the
sip.' Ed Lawrence, of 1020 Anient
Sl is visiting Miss V. Cannon at
nlo Estella B. Neeley, of 103 Ma-
whreet. left Thursday for. Chicago,
V Vi, ; sbR will take a special course
V ,' 'p'Woring. For a number of years
i (ii;is a. waist designer, nei cuuai
Neaiot be found in this city. Miss
jlf was accompanied by Miss Cor
l:ir3. Bailey, who intends to spend
ladiication in the same city. Both
Bail will be guests of Mrs. John
ITnii Jennie P. Dunson left for
Bill City Tuesday to attend the
tiont State Sunday School Conven-
postJohn Ilobbs, who is a railway
Etref clerk and resides on Laurel
dayihas been indisposed for several
of ti Hattie Mai Andrews, daughter
ta'nj first Negro physician of Chat
Mrs a. is in the city, the guest of
m B. Carter, 713 Gay street,
nue ', Willie H. Page, of Ninth ave
eral roth, who his been ill for sev-
Mrys, is very much improved,
ins fC. C. Cannon has been suffer
weekjm rheumatism for the past
Ci,ifrnhhs GhiHress. who has been
,g from an attack or malaria
last week or so, is better.
Lena Haves, cf 702 Sevier
left last night for Chicago.
vieri Mayme Cheatham, of .709 Se
Tstreet, is indisposed this week.
' V diss Etta Harris, of 718 Williams
i "street, has gone to Edgefield Junction
to spend her vacation.
Master Frank E. Stewart, the five-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Stewart, of 711 Seventh street, is
Mr. Albert Johnson, of 701 Seventh
street, is visiting relatives in Ken
tucky. Miss Emma T. Chears, of Fourth
avenue, South, is visiting in Murfrees
Br. Sale, of the Baptist Home Mis
sion Society of New York City, made
a stirring address to the employees of
the National Baptist Publishing Board
in the chapel last Wednesday morn
H. T. G. M. CLUB MEETS.
The young ladies' II. T. G. M. Club
met at the home of the Misses Berry,
r.t 1211 JelTerson street, last Tuesday
evening. Eight members were pres
i nt. The president, Miss Mollie Ber
!f, presided. Miss Badger was ap
pointed chairman of a Committee on
By-I aws. The committee was instruct
ed to draw up the By-Laws and sub
mit the same to the club at the next
meeting. The president asked the sec
retary to notify all the members to be
p:csrnt at the meeting, which will be
held at the residence of Miss Alberta
Davis, on Tuesday, June 25. The club
vi 1 then begin a series of games of
Du. I3HTFUL OCCASION.
Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, of Cowan
street, gave a very delightful enter
tainment Wednesday night in honor
of Miss B. S. Oliver, of Kansas City,
Mo. The parlor and dining room
were elaborately decorated with roses
ami lilacs. Af!er every one had en
joyed themselves socially four courses
we e served. Those present were
Misses Sarah Blown, Anna Ramsey,
I ctha McCage. Estella Kittrell, Aman
da Oliver, Mrs. , Ike Hooper. W. II.
Richardson. L. Shivers, Wm. Denning,
vis. T. W. Kittrell, J.-Lillard. Dr. R.
B. Woodson, L. Fleming, Wm. Den
ning, Ike Lcoiht, Rev. Wm. Braley,
W. H. Richardson and Lattimore Shivers.
OFF FOR WILBERFORCE.
On Monday and Tuesday mornings
.i:any of Nashville's leading divines
took their departure for the "Buck
Eye" state, tn route to Wilberforce,
Oli io, to attend the commencement
oxer ises of Wilberforce University,
ard the Bishop's Council of the Afri
can Methodist Church.
Those leaving Nashville were Bishop
Evans Tyree, of 15 North Hill street,
and Rev. A. Gordon, of Texas, who was
the Bishop's guest the latter part of
last week; Rev. I. II. Welch, presiding
elder in the Tennessee Annual Confer
ence. Dr. W. D. Chappelle left on
Tuesday, having been detained by
some urgent business at the A. M. E.
Cly.irch Sunday School Union, of which
j-'i is the Secretary and Treasurer.
Wilberforce University is one of the
leading institutions of learning in the
country, and is rapidly growing in
prominence. Only (recently a syndicate
purchased a large tract of land near
the campus and a township has been
opened up. Fine residences are being
erected and henceforth a regular town
will be known as Wilberforce.
A large class of graduates is turned
out from the University annually, and
thc-y always prove equal to the de
mands of the times.- Wilberforce Uni
versity is the oldest institution of
learning owned and operated by the
A. M. E. Church, having been estab
lished by the late Bishop D. A. Payne
shortly after the wrar.
MASONS HOLD ANNUAL SESSION
IN JOHNSON CITY.
The thirty-seventh annual Grand
Communication of the Masonic Grand
Lodge of Tennessee is in session at
Johnson City, Tenn. A large delega
tion went up from Nashville. The
party went in a special coach from
here to the seat of the convention.
Those attending from Nashville are
V. S. Thompson, Grand Secretary; W.
T. Hightower, Grand Treasurer; Rich
ard Fleming, J. II. Adams, J. A. Ewing,
Joseph Gibbs, Marcus Parker, Pryor
Williams, Chas. Hendley, W. S. Mc
Ewen, Shed Killen, T. B. IlaMiman,
.7. W. Grant, J. W. Childress, W. P.
Rose, Chas. Maxwell, Mrs. Hattie
Hightower, Mrs. A. P. Wood, Mrs.
Eliza Adams, Mrs. Sallie Thompson,
Mrs. T. W. Haigler. Mrs. M. L. Kelly,
of Clarksville, joined the Nashville
delegation, as did Prof. J. H. Kelly, of
Columbia. Rev. Preston Taylor went
over to wind up the Orphan Home
business. It will be remembered that
the Masonic Grand Iodge bought a
large tract of land and buildings last
year on the Lebanon turnpike, 3 miles
from the city, just opposite Greenwood
Park and Mr. Taylor made the pur
chase for the Grand Lodge.
Rev. Nelson McGavock, who was the
first Grand Master of the Order in .this
state, and who served ten years as
such, could not attend this session.
He is Grand Chaplain for life, and has
only missed two sessions during the
thirty-six years' existence of the
Orond Lodge. lie was too feeble to attend.
Christ Johnson and Hattie Hartey.
Will B. Franklin and Mary Bell.
. William Price and Anna Jones.
George Peyton and Minnie Davis.
Daniel W. Williams and Nannie J.
Arthur Allen and Lena Ewing.
Willie Ransom and Janie Johnson.
Geo. Wheeler and Callie Harris.
Nelson Neal and Gertrude Stanford.
Sam Battle and Lou Ellen Garrett.
James W. Jordan and Mary Lou
Perry Arnold and Maggie Solomon.
Charley Larth ridge and Mattie
Paul Hodge and Minnie Worthman.
Henry Jordon and Jenana Young.
October Rules, 1907.
Willie Mai Powell vs. Lott Powell.
In this cause it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Court that the defend
ant is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law can not be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance here
in at the next term of the Davidson
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it
being the lltli day, and defend, or
complainant's bill will- be taken for
confessed as to him and set for hear
ing ex. p"te. It is therefore ordered
that a eopy of this order be published
for four weeks in succession in the
Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub
lished in Nashville.
L. M. 1 1 ITT. Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
Solicitor for Complainant.
WANTED Bright, energetic man
or woman to manage local business for
manufacturer in Murfreesboro, Frank
lin, Pulaski, Columbia, Clarksville,
MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG,
31 G Eighth avenue, N.
WANTED Lest you forget, we take
special pride in calling your attention
to the handsome, up-to-date rigs that
can le secured at BOYD & BATTLE'S
Livery Stable. Get your orders In
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
Main 4-19C-Y. "Ask the man" about
WANTBD AH Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc.. to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale by National
Baptist rublisliiti" Foard, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
WANTED Wall paper to make your
home beautiful. We have it a 4c per
roll and up, or 90c per room. Pict
ures and frames in proportion,
f OQPER'S 432 Deaderick, near Fifth
- WANTED Reliable Cook. Good
home to right woman. Tel. 1G3 Hem
lock. MRS. SAUL GORDON.
2405 Wrest End avenue.
WANTED A lady agent, colored,
to handle our products. Lightning
seller. Big pay for little work. Sold
to every one of your acquaintances.
Write to-day for further Information
and terms to agents. Address Elgin,
Davis & Gibls, East Prairie, Missouri.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
light, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave., North.
There are five rooms with a
ass-stained partition. Will
be rented in whole or in part.
Can be used as a flat or lode
J, C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank.
FINE PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP!
Inquire at 207 Fifth avenue, South.
ONLY RELIABLE PAWNBROKER IK
lo5 Fourth Avenue, 8.
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