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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE FRIDAY, NOVEMTTCr
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CHRISTMAS TREE CANDLES.
Fine Paraffine wax, assorted colors; red, white, blue, fire en
and yellow. Three sizes furnished. Cut shows exact size of
No. 507I-H. (See smallest cnt at side.) Box contains 36 can
dles for 40c. two Boxes, GOc.
No. 6072-H. (See Second cut at side.) Box contains 24 candles
for 40c., two boxes, 60c
No. 7073-H. See largest cut at side.) Box contains 18 candles
for 40c, two boxes, GOc.
No boxes brcken.
These Banners or Streamers are made of colored tissue paper,
many sheets in thickness and fringed the entire depth A fine cam
bric band extends the whole length to arid to their strength and to
aid in putting up. The lettering is in colors. The banners are
eHch 8 to 11 feet in length and 14 Inches in depth. Can be used
either for inside or outside decoration, and are very effective.
No. 50654 "Merry Christmas." Frlw. 60c each, postpaid.
No. 5067-6 -"Welcome." Price. 60c each, postpaid.
50664 "Happy New Year." Price, 60c each, postpaid.
Our Paper Bells and Santa Claus Masks
A New and beautiful room decora
tion which should be included in every
outfit ordered. Not a picture, but a
real bell made of many sheets of tissue
paper, so constructed that it can be
folded into small compass and used
again and again. We furnish two
styles solid red and solid white. Also
two sizes small and large.
No. 5056-H. Large size solid red bell. 9 1-2 inches
high and 37 inches in circumference. Price, 25 Cts.
No. 505-7-H. Large size solid white bell, 9 1-2 inches
high and 37 inches in circumference. Price, 25 Cts.
No. 5058-H. Small s."re solid red bell, 7 inches high and 25 inches in circumference.
Price", 15 Cts. each, postpaid.
No. 5059-H. Small Rize solid white bell, 7 inches high and 25 Inches in circum
ference. Price, 15 Cts., postpaid.
SANTA CLAUS MASKS,
No. 5075-H. For Christmas Santa Clause fare. Strong papier
mache, painted face, long white beard.
Price, 40 Cents each, postpaid; two for 65 Cents.
SANTA CLAUS MASK AND HOOD.
No. 5036. Corers face and head, forming a com
plete disguise. Papier-mache painttd face, colored
cambric hood, long white beard.
Price, 60 Cts. Each, postpaid; two for $1.00.
If there is anything in the line of
Christmas goods that you want and can't find,
write us, as we have a complete line of Christ
JUST THE THING FOR YOU.
Our Santa Claus Log and Brick Houses
Give the Little Ones a Nice Time.
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No. 5J28-H. For Platform
Decorations. Size of house is
bfett wide, 7 feet deep and 7
feet high. Consisting of light
wood framework front and
both ends covered with bric k
puper. Roof of loose boards
covered with cotton, the latter
t i f:& im
-SV -.r. X&4 sprinkled with Snow Sparkle,
E-SSS'ttiK iJbi.- Bv i to ive Tost effect. House
trimmed with- green paper
Lff$ festooning. We furnish 1 35
fj2 -g. f 'ft'1!! l'fOi'V fc J-'?! sheets of brick paper, sufficient
I , .- ,,. j &)' .rfe?." V-cJ lfi Kitehiii, &.-Vy' I to cover one side an d t wo end s.
and for making chimney; also
five lintel sheets for door and
window lintels, and four small
windows the outfit for
No. 5I25-H. Large sheets Of paper, sixe 32x44, printed in colors. A perfect imitation
of logs For making log cabins UVamewotk to be of wood), size of ca in. 8 feet
8 inches wide, 7 feet 8 inches deep and 7 feet 2 inches high. Outfit consists of 15 sheets
of Log Cabin Paper, 2 Windows, Red
Brick Chimney 1'aper, and full direc
tion for building same. For the roof,
boards are to be used, the front covered
with cotton batting, etc. Price of outfit
(.. T CL'.n is a decided
wui vauiu novelty, nu
fpfck&A. &V i.v-.'. I
will create great interest at Christmas
Entertainments or church festivals.
When nicely put together, us it can be
by any ingeniouh person, it will attract
much attention and be a special de
light to the children, our Paper Festooning can be used in connection with the
log house as shown incut elsewhere.
SEXD ALL OKDKIiS TO
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
At the concert given by the Y. M.
C A. last Friday evening the audi
ence was pleasantly entertained. The
programme consisted ot solos, recita
tions and quartettes, supplemented by
selection?) by the Walden orchestra.
While the entire programme was inter
esting, one of the pieces which at
tracted special attention was the bass
solo of Mr. E. W. Miller. The solos
by Misses 'Davis anl Lewis were
equally entertaining. Miss Qlaggie L.
Tiller demonstrated beyond a reason
able doubt that she is entitled to a
scat in the uppermost ranks. Mr.
A. N. Johnson was at ease In the ren
dition of Poe's "The Raven." "Carve
dat Possum true," by the Meharry
quartette will linger long In the minds
of those who heard it
Miss Mary Irene Brown was
awarded the prize, a season ticket to
all the football games played by the
Meharry team, for having sold the
highest number of tickets. She sold
Mr. W. A. Holmes, Vice President
of the Y. M. C. A. and a delegate to
the International Convention, which
convenes at Washington, D. C, No
vember 22-25, left last Monday night.
P. B. Ransom, from the Literary De
partment, left Tuesday to attend the
Mr. Pickens, assistant Secretary of
the Home Missionary Society of the
Methodist Episcopal Church. South,
lectured to the Y. M. C. A. last Sun
day. He spoke with forceful empha
sis upon the "Importance of Individ
ual Evolution as a, Preliminary Pre
requisite to the Evolution of a Race."
read from the Confederation of La-
es' Clubs desiring the F. D. L. A.
unite with that body. This is the
second or third appeal that has been
ade recently, and ac.!on will be ta
ken at the next meeting: unon the sub-
ject whether or not the F. D. L. A.
ill join the "Confederation" of In
dies Clubs. Mrs. Baker read an in
teresting paper on the "Twentieth
Century Woman;" which was listened
attentively and highly enjoyed.
:rs. Townsend's instrumental solo
as loudly applauded. On
Thanksgiving Day oocurrine on the
regular club date, there will be no
meeting till the first Thursday in TV.
cember. It was further decided that
the remaining club days shall be the
nrst and third Thursdays In each
month instead of the second and
At this time the hostess welcomed
he ladies Into the dininir-room' and a
lovely collation of throe courses was
erved. The Journalist announced
he following program for the next
Solo Mrs. D. A. Hart.
Paper The latest Books: Who
Wrote Them: An Opinion of Each by
virs. a. ti. j-rice.
An Extract by Mrs. S. P. Harris.
After a social chat with the guests
if honor all dispersed, bidding good
bye with a hope of meeting again
December 5, at the residence of Mrs
Sutton E. Griggs, C12 Webster
street, 3 p. m.
Mrs. P. A. Washington enter
tained the Carnation Club at her beau
tiful residence, 44 Robertson street,
Monday afternoon. The house was
beautifully decorated with cut flowers
nnd forns. The hostess wae assisted
in receiving by Mesdames Lawrence
'Voore and Pleas Perkins. At 5 o'clock
the guests were invited into the dining
room, where a three-course luncheon
with ices was "Served. The table was
handsomely decorated, having a cen
terpiece of cluny lace with stand of
red carnations and a watermelon
The club sniests were Mesdames P. R
Burrus, 11. A. Dodd, I. E. Nicholson,
Harris Boisworth. E. Bell and Miss N
M. Gait her. Cbib members: Mesdames
P. A. Washington. II. M. Burns. Geo.
W. Ward. Robt. Ralph. P. A. Simms.
Hal Duff, C. C. Winstead, J. C. Woods,
U K. Battle, Sidney Bond. W. S
Amos, James Coffee. Lawrence
Moore. W. M. Stephenson. The club
will n eet with Mrs. A. II. Battle Del-
uve street, next Monday afternoon.
THE DAY HOME.
The V. D. L. A. Club has taken the
lead in lending a helping hand to the
Day Home Club. This Club pays
?1.?" each month for the care of one
child at tho home.
The ladies of the Day Home Club
wish to express through Mrs. Town
send, the promoter of this movement
of the F. D. L. A., their hearty appre
rht.'cn for the same, and will be thank-
thankful if other clubs will take on
the niiss'onary spirit and help the
Pome in any way they desire. Fuel,
food and shelter are great items now,
so don't forget the little ones who so
much need the public's care and at
tent ion. If all the social clubs organ
ized for the fockl enjoyment of its
members would just stop and think
how much good they can do and how
much their assistance is needed,
they will surely feel better to know
bey have organized and lived to make
others happier and better. A little
sistance regularly eaioh month from
the different organzaUons would soon
rvib!e the Home to make a creditable
lowing and it would be an institution
of which the colored race would be
Mt-oud. Friends, come and help us.
n'ive your donations to any of the
Home Club members. It will be
The homo is on Cherry street, near
'lie corner of Highland. Give the
h' ire a call. Yoni will be welcome
r,on-e and ee the needs, and tell oth
r-.'z about the "Day Home."
FLEUR-DE-LIS ART CLUB.
Mrs. Henry A. Cameron was at
to the Fleur-de-Lis Art Club
Thursday. November 14. The club
hs been organized seven years and
not one t'mo during those seven
'crs not a meeting has been more
nt'v or ivnlfblv spent. The host
-s wns nss'sVfd in receiving by Mrs
Mmv Jackson and both ladies did not
V 'o greet each comer with a cheery
welcome. An effort, is being made to
Y-vo p-.-r-y member attend each meet-
i),v an 1 ("'Mi one is urged to be on
'iire. that a'l may accomplish tluo
ton,0 op,. ;iri aiikp bo benefited
There were srve; nl guests in attend
T'',c at th- bet meeting. The visit
-rs were M's. C. E. Lewis, Mips. G. A
V'ashingtcn her little son, Alvin, Miss
r vnch, of S ilisburv, X. C, and Mrs
Shaw,- of Knoxville. X. C. The last
two ladies we.e representatives of the
W. C. T. I rki made speeches of
great Ij.ivros!. to the club. A letter was
WILL MARRY IN NEW YORK.
An invitation has lust been
by the Globe Publishing Company
from Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Swann, of
Vew York City. N. Y.. announcing
he marriage of their daughter, Annie
rentiss Bishop Swann. to Dr. James
luinne Trimble. The ceremony Is to
ake place on Wednesday evening,
Xovenvber 27, 1907, at 8 o'clock in the
St, Phillips Protestant Eniscnnal
Church. The news of the approaching
nuptials preceded the invitation, but
is wiadrvn Gossip" Is alwavs bnsv
Nashville preferred waiting for the of-
iciai notice. The bride-to-be is not
Vnown in this city, but the groom is
he son of 'Mr. James G. Trimble, Sr.
-me of our oldest and most resnpctpi
-itizens, who is at present in New
York. The latter served for twenty
wo years ?s a member of the Nash
ville Fire Department.
Dr. Trimble is a graduate nf thf
Nashville city high school, also Fisk
university, but finished his profes
sional course at Harvard.
POURTH QUARTERLY MEETING
The missionao-y and Educat'ona'
Union will hold its fourth and last
quarterly meeting this? year Friday,
December 6, at the Stonewall Street
Baptist Church at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Much attention has been given to the
educational work this year. Remem
ber the missionary wo !; must grew
and we must help to enrrv it for
ward. Our dear Bro. Lawrence, Su
perintendent of M,teions has been
working faiithfully to ke.p up this
Mart of the work in this State, but he
annot keep It up alone. Our For
Mtm Mission Board is struggling, our
Home Mfcwion Board is struggling,
md we must help. them, if but little!
o encourage these faithful workers!
Much attention has been given to our
beloved school. Roger Williams, but
emember we have two ether strug
gling schools in this state asking for
help. They are ours and wo imust
not turn our backs upon them'. Let
ach missionary society and eveij
"hurch give at least ono dollar on that
lay and much more if you can. We
want to close the year praising God
for having done more this year than
we did last year. We appeal to the
pastors to help the women who have
'abored with you. Raise this one dol
'ir and represent at Stonewall Street
Baptist. Church the first Friday in
The Union will also have a rally
he second Sunday in December in the
New Roger Williams Hall. The money
o be appropriated in helping to fur
nish the building preparatory to open
'n? the first of January. Do come and
help us raise one hundred dollars that
lay. Each church and Missionary
ocietv is asked to give five dollars,
"iore if possible, less if you can't get
hat. Christian friends, do help us.
por this is verv much needed. Ar
ancements will be made to convey
-on from the cars to the building as
Vfore. and you will be comfortably
seated in the hall. Come and help.
r. E Dl'MvERSON Secretary.
M. H. FLOWERS, President.
ILLNESS OF MRS. TATE.
Mrs. W. O. Tate, of Eighth avenue.
vorth. one of the faithful promoters of
he Dav Home project, is confined to
Vr room suffering from an acute a.t--'rk
of inflammatory rheumatism.
Tt will he remembered t hit several
"frs 3to Trs. Tate recover? 1 from a
--v serious and protracted attack of
' dreaded malady only through the
medical attention, for a while her
chances for recovery being very precarious.
All Styles and Prices.
VJ MEMItKR . .:
VVT:;r1 (H I
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XDc are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for so
cieties and associations a
prices that are as reason
able as can be had any
where. Jt M M
5TeVj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
Write us for prices and specifications
stating the number of badges
National Baptist PuMishiiu, BoarJ
R. II. BOYD, cc'y;
a23 Second Ave., N.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
The Ladies' Aid Society, of Howard
Congregational Church, met Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. N. J. Anderson,
of 11 Fourteenth a venue, North. A
full attendance of members was pres
ent. Tho new pastor and wife, Mr.
nil Mf.v liiMs, met wifli the society.
After a shert liusiui session, refresh
ments were served. New members
enrolled were Mrs. lines, Mrs. A.
N. Johnson and Mrs. Hardy Keith.
This society aims to' assist in supply
'rx the material needs of the church,
also to aid in deveo"'g the social
si'e of church work. The offcers are
Mrs. P. R. Rurnis-, President; Misa
Lena Jackson, Secretary; Mrs. R. S.
White. Treasurer. The Society wili
meet Friday, November 2!), with Misa
lna Jackson, of Thirteenth cvenuo,