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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1907.
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5 and SI6.50 Suits Drop to $9.75, S20 and S2:
Suits Going at $14.75.
A j iOKT Two Clothing Manufacturers speculated in Wall Street and were caught in recent stock flurry.
W W L. They had to raise quick "CaslT-Twas a case of "Rush or Ruin."
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$20,000.00 worth of men's highest grade winter Clothing 1907-08 come to us for $12,200.00 about
60 cents on the dollar.
LAST WEEK MADE HISTORY PANIC IN WALL STREET BIG DROP IN STOCKS
The closing several of New York's biggest financial institutions many speculators were ruined several Clothing Manufacturers were caught in the slump and but for our' timely aid would have
been forced to the wall. Their only stock was Men's Clothing, 'TWAS CASH OR IWIN so they did the most natural thing and turned to us for RE ADY CASH, we saw a chance and jumped at the offer.
The Manufacturers do nut want their names or their Wall Street doings disclosed nor do they want to be colled upon to excuse themselves to ctrtaln retail clothing houses selling counterparts of these suits at regular prices, let It suffice, however, that they rank among New York's best known Clothing makers.
Men's Regular $15 and $16.50 Suits
This lot includes a splendid assortment of Black and Fancy Che
viots. Blue Series. Fancy Worsteds and Cassimeres in single and
double breasted styles all 1907-08 winter weight, materials pnd styles. All sizes to fit any size
manultra styles for the swagger young fellow, with conservative types or the business man or
working man.
Men's Regular $20 and $22.00 Suits J 7s
Think of hand tailored garments at this figure. The very best y &Ly3 y
material and styles that can be made into this price garment. U O U xS
All wool Black Thibet, Plain and Fancy Blue Serges, Fancy Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimeres,
Velours, single or double breasted garments in all new 2, 3, 4 button singled breasted loose box
and shapely sack coats, with plain or cuffed sleeves, broad open welt peg top pants.
There is something here for Everybody
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To benefit all our customers, who have always looked to u for their wearing apparel, we are making special prices on all Men's, Women's, Ecys' Clothing, Slices, Hals, Fumis! ings in cur Mammoth Storehouses
You must come and see them. -
SPECIAL REDUCTION OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS AND OUR. HIGH GRADE $23,00, $30.00, $35.00. $40.00 SUITS.
Shoes for Ladies $3 50 and 53.00 values for 73c
Boy's Suits
Apes 7 to 17 years. Doubled lircasted Coats,
Melts, mill Knickerbocker rant,
at $2.85. $3.83. $4.83
Shoes
Shoes for men J3 00 and f 1.00 values
for $2.95
For Men ?S.O0 and $2.60 values for. ..$1.83
for $2.23
For lo'R f;t valnes for $1.98
For Girls $2 values for $1.48
Underwear Shirts Hosiery Reduced
51.50 Stiff and Pleated Bosom Shirts for 98c
?l. "25 Negligee Cntf attached Shirts for 79c
. 7."c Neplijrec Culf attached Shirts for . . 43c
Wright's Health Underwear $1 quality
Wright's Health Underwear, wool fleeced
for $)8c
Cooper's Underwear derby ribbed for.. 85c
Heavy Fleeced Underwear National, Color
for ..39c
Fancy and solid color seamless Hose for 9c
Hats
Men's $4 Hats 1007 Styles for. $2.85
Men's $3 Hats 1007 Styles for .
Men's $1 Caps for
Boys' 50c Caps for...
$1.85
...50c
23c
Ladies' 1907 Models-Suits and
Cloaks all go at Greatly Re
duced Prices
Suits: $14.65 $19.65 $24.65. Cloaks:
$5.85 $6.45 $9.85. Furs at Panic
Prices.
We Take Clearing House Cer
tificates and Checks, Giving Cur
rency in Exchange.
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ON THE CORNER 5TH AVENUE
AND CHURCH ST.
ON THE CORNER 5TH AVENUE
AND CHURCH ST.
i SPORTING NEWS. I
By Leon.
Pearl High Vs. Burrell.
On last Saturday, Nov. 9, the Bur
rell Academy football club made its
initial appearance in Nashville as the
opponent of Pearl High School team.
It had rained continuously Friday
night and' Saturday and the field was
muddy and heavy, making fast work
an impossibility. However, the weath
er was not bad enough to prevent the
attendance of about three hundred
lovers of the sport nor did it dampen
the ardor of the younger set who
yelled lustily for the red and white
throughout the game.
Pearl, recalling an ignominious de-
Pearl the work of the line and back
field was smoother than had been
expected. As usual Davis played an
exceptional game at quarter and Ham
brick . did fine work at forward pass
ing and end running, as did Hurt also.
Full-back Davis continues to be a ter
ror to opposing rush lines as was
shown in this game.
It should be said to the credit of
Burrell that they are new to the game,
and that they displayed considerable
grit and determination. They are a
gentlemanly set of fellows who must
eventually succeed.
Two halves of twenty-five minutes
each were played.
The officers: Ileferee, Dr. Smith,
Pearl; Umpire, Prof. Brown, Fisk;
Field Judge, Mr. King, Fisk; Head
Linesman, Mr. Hurt, Meharry; Time
keeper, Dr. S. S. Caruthers, Meharry.
Pearl is booked to leave for Louis
ville Friday night, where they play
made by Howard but from .only one
of these was a goal kicked.
Howard is supposed to have the
strongest colored football team among
the eastern schools and the showing
made by Meharry to-morrow will have
much to do with the rating of the
Southern and Eastern team for the
championship.
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Tuskegee Vs. Meharry. ,
To-morrow at three o'clock the ref
eree's whistle will call together two of
the strongest football teams in the
South, and a great game is promised.
Tuskegee comes with a long string of
victories to her credit, and while Me
harry has not played a hard game
this season, the team is in the best of
condition, and carefully trained. In
fact, the strongest team that ever rep
resented the crimson and black will
be trotted out on the gridiron, and
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PEARL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SQUAD.
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feat in the mud last year at the hands !
of St. Louis, was determined to show
that they could move in the mud; and
it developed during the game that they
are pretty 'good "mud horses."
Burrell won the toss and chose to
defend the north Koal. Davis kicked
for Pearl to Burrcll's right tackle, who
fumbled the hall, I'eail getting it, and
Rcnrinir a touchdown in about two
minutes. Pearl kicked again and the
game was on in earnest. By a series
of forward passes, end runs, and line
rushes the High School boys succeed
ed in making four touchdowns and
kicking throe goals, netting them a
total of twenty-three points, while
.Burrell was unable to score.
The line up of the teams was the
same as published in the Globe of last
week. For Burrell, Portlock and
TXvnxvnr rlid tllfi best WOrk. While for
Central High School on Saturday.
Having played tie games with Louis
ville for two successive years, it is be
lieved that the Tigers can now turn
the trick and take the game. Here's
hoping.
Fourteen players and three teachers
will constitute the Louisville party.
The Globe representative' will be in
the "push" also.
Howard, 16; Tuskegee, 0.
The Tuskegee team which plays Me
harry on the local gridirons to-mor
row, is making quite an extensive trip
in which they have met some of the
best teams of the country. In the
contest with Howard University, last
Saturday in Washington, the southern
ers went down to defeat to the tune
of 1G to 0. Three touch-downs were
their rivals will be the tried veterans
of the "Wizards" borough from the
black belt.
HANDSOMELY
NER TO A
APPOINTED DIN
NASMVILLIAN.
ENTERTAINED AT FRANKLIN.
Miss Hattio Mai and Mrs. Mary
Hughes, of Franklin, entertained a
few friends" on Friday evening from' 8
0 12 : :i0 o'clock. Among those pres-
nt were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Blackburn,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. Hughesi, Dr. Y. Tl Redmond, Mrs.
Victoria Maylnrrry, Mrs. llattie Cum
mings, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shclborn,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tarks, Mr. Jno.
Ward. Mrs. Lizzio Martin, Misses
Alice Otcy and Ada Williams, Mr
Jno. A. Hughes, Mr. Harvie North,
Mr. Robt. Nealy, Misses Mattie,
die, Mamie Otey, Clara and 'Annie
Cook, Lena and Amanda Bennett,
Emma North, Mrs. Sarah Flemings,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bates, Mr. A. C.
Woldridsc, Mr. Ebb Pinkerton, Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Hughes, of Nashville,
Mr. Erastus Roans, of Nashville, Var
ions amusement were engaged in
The table was beautifully decorated
with palms and ferns, a six-courso
menu was served.
USE
Mr. Henry Johnson entertained a.t
a handsomely appointed dinner on
'Sunday evening, November 10, at his
residence, 2S0 Erie street Chicago
complimentary to Mr. T. S. Sisncy, 0
Nashville. Dinner was served in tn
breakfast room and the table had for
a floral centerpiece a large, cut glass
vase overflowing with white and yellow
chrysanthemums'. An elaborate menu
of four courses was served witn
wines. There were twelve guests
present, chaperoned by Mrs. Alice
Minnie Field.
.MALICIOUSNESS.
A si Miss Bettio Ashley, of Hawkins
street, was boarding an inward bound
car at Belmont Avenue, and Hawkins
street last Sunday afternoon about
1:30 o'clock, a white boy threw a stone
which hit her just above the right eye,
iniuring her severely. The young ras
cal, after realizing what ho had dono
ran intone of the houses in the vicinity.
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