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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6,
)W Suits, Realtor Price $'20 and
Jim's Suits, Kcmilar Trice $15 and
Mothers should buy
the r boys' outfit here.
Trousers and Belted
Coats, $2.35 Upward
Ked Top Coats, sizes
2 1-2 to 16 years; all
stores sell them at $G.OO;
here you find them
Complete outfit for
little men Suits, Coats,
Hats, Caps, Underwear,
Genuine Wright's Health Underwear, all 7J
sizes, (look for the sample), only ,... j jC
Heavy Fleeced Underwear; many stores
sell these garments at 7oe, here....
On ths Corner 5th Ave. and Church St.
Rev. J. E. Purdy, who has charge of
the Negro Reform School, which is lo
on ted on Cedar street, is asking the
public for assistance in helping to
maintain the institution and help
clothe the twenty-eight young boys he
ha,;; under his supervision. This work
is purely a charity and consequently
vNpc-nscs of carrying it on fall mainly
Tin the men who have the institution
'in charge. Rev. Purdy asks that the
public help him in this worthy cause.
These twenty-eight boys have been ob
tained from Police and Criminal
M. ard Mr. Robeit Jordan fiitvi
tained Thursday evening with an elab
orate dinner, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Gordan, whose marriage took
place Wednesday evening. The table
was attractive with a cutglass vase of
white chrysanthemums as a center or
nament. A menu of five courses was
served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Gordan, Miss Essie Jordan
and Mr. Earnest WInstead, of Cincin
LONE STAR CLUB.
Miss Allie Webster entertained the
Courts and efforts are being made to i Lone star Club of Wefit Nashville, at
.make Mod citizens out of them rather
(ban hardened criminals. The ex
ponse during the winter months is
very heavy and the management will
greatly appreciate any assistance that
Next spring the boys will be taken
to the country on a farm where they
will all be able to make their own liv
ing. This cause has received much
favorable encouragement and many
have lent a helping hand.
An important message, not the
sixtieth Congressional message, but
one that will benefit you. Cheer up.
Don't have the blues. It is a cinch
that there is more money than ever
1 fore. Don't listen to the fairy tales
that times are hard and will be worse.
There are a whole lot of people who
seem to have the idea in their minds
that the great American public have
1G10 Patterson street. Those present
were Mesdames Jeff Lytton, Bettie
Swine, Hughes, Dawson, Williams,
Watkins, Misses Ninnie Taylor, Mary
Conar, Mary Shells, Mattie Redmond,
Addie Jackson, Nellie Shurts, Messrs.
Rob Burkes, Tim Watkins, Samuel
Johnson, Bud Bright, Joe Bidex, Drs.
C. O.IIadley and Sanders Johnson.
WORKING FOR ROGER WILLIAMS.
The Bast Nashville children are
certainly doing good work in their
rehearsals for the concert Tuesday
night. There were nearly 50 out at
the first rehearsal and more are ex
pected at the final rehearsal Saturday
afternoon at 3 p. m. Mrs. Townsend
seems happy over the outlook. She
believes if the weather is favorable
that the East Nashville children wil1
make a great hit. She is working
hard. and praying that the gods may
be propitious. The other ladles wh)
nre looking after the North, West and
gone (had broke and haven't a "Sou south Nashville children, report that
Marquis, and tney never marie a
greater mistake. Just because a few
speculating bankers in Wall street
have played with fire and had their
fingers nipped is no reason why the
whole country has become suddenly
devoid of any purchasing power you
imiPt remember that cotton, wheat,
grain and lumber will be sold for mil
lions, and while there are few people
who will hesitate in building homes
or buying automobiles. So there will
always be money to buy Xmas pres
ents and the best present is to get one
o-:on of our best photos, something
that will lie more appreciated than
some useless thing. We have a full
line of holiday stock, the latest right
hot off the market. All work guaran
teed. Our photos stood the test at
th'i Jamestown Exposition receiving
o:t of the highest awards. Don't
fail to see our letterette post cards.
All photos taken in 4 days of Christ
inas will be ready for delivery Xmas
THE REMBRANDT STUDIO,
J. J. LAY, Prop.
their children are all ready simply
waiting for December 0 to come, so
that they can show what their chil
dren can do. Since the children are
so interested in this "Bee Hive Enter
tainment," parents where are you?
Awake! Take on new life! Roger
Williams must be rebuilt! Roger
must be curtained!
A Nashville Bey.
Bruce Petway, of the famous Phila
delphia Giants, will spend the winter
playing ball in the Cuban League, and
on his return East next spring will
stop in the city for a few days with
his family and friends. It will be
remembered that Bruce is a brother to
Howard Tetway, of the great Petway
battery of some years ago.
Burns Looking for Jack Johnson.
Tommy Burns, looking none the
worse for his batth; with Gunner Moir,
was a conspicuous figure in London
today. The American fighter declared
that he felt no inconvenience even
from the effects of the Britisher's
blows and talked of his plans for the
He said tonight: "I hope now to
arrange a match with Jack Johnson
upon my return to America. Johnson
has promised me a match and I should
not like to disappoint him providing
he is still in the same mind. Sport
N. A. A. to the Front.
The National Athletic Association
is now negotiating plans to have some
of the best baseball teams in the coun
try play in Nashville during the coming
baseball season. The Association will
sign some of the best players in the
city. A deal is now in, progress to
get two players from Chattanooga and
one from Columbia. The main object
of the National Athletic Association Is
to give the people of Nashville one of
the best baseball teams in the coun
try. ThTe opening date will he an
nounced later, as a committee is now
at work on the schedule.
The National Athletic Association
will hold its annual rreeting Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock.
MINE MANAGER SHOOTS NEGRO.
Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. On Wednesday
afternoon, December 4, Will and Neely
Ilockney attempted to drive some
miners to work against their will.
Reece Johnson, one of the miners re
ferred to attempted to assert
his rights as a man, whereupon the
two white men drew their revolvers
and began pouring into the helplesa
man a volley of lead. They riddled
his body with bullets, and he was
dead before they stopped firing.
The Hock'neys went on as if they
had only been shooting at a rabbit
When they finally met a deputy sher
iff they told bun they had killed an im
pudent Negro, and he commended
The Negroes are leaving the mines
in great droves, not feeling safe to
remain in that vicinity.
The Hockneys bore a bad reputa
tion, having been into several difficul
ties in the last month or so, and they
keep the vicinity in constant far.
The deputy sheriff was afraid to
make any attempt to arrest them, as
ho believed they would shoot him
lown as they had the unfortunate
Reece' Johnson. "
GEO. P. STALEV GO'S.
Men's 6.00 and 5.50 Va'uesat 3.98
Men's 5.bb vAlOes..A...':.V. ..." 3.48
MEN'S 4.00 VALUES. ... .7. . . 2.98
MEN'S AND BOYS' 3.50 VALUES 2.48
Ladies' Patents, Tans and Gun Medal
5.50 AND 5.00 GRADES ; AT.'. ;. , ''. - 3.48
4.00 GRADES AT..'... ........... 2.98
3.50 GRADES Af .."..'.'.'.'.'..;' . 2.48
3.00 GRADES AT i . ;:r V". 198
rtdUsE slippers And f An oxfords 98c
The Above are the Best Values Ever Offered in Nashville.
Fifth - Avenue - Garner - Arcade;
t 'i . ) M .1 " It ., .!
HILARY E. HOWSE. PHONE, MAIN 1096
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
Ve tan furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly.
304-306 BROADWAY. - NASHVILLE, TENN.
Be Satisfied !!
Suit, Xrms to Suit, Frlcse to Suit,
Tha Pttoola to Suit You.
Nashville Furniture Do.
Telephone Main, 17G1. 21G Third Avenue, North.
E. G. Cullum.
L. B, Hughes.
Esq. Win Crump.
TAYLOR & "CO.
4th Ave.. N. Phone Main f.r.L.
Vrtlro 1r horobv clvfn that the
Jockholdcrs of the Pythian Hall As
M"--ni"n a'-o requested to meet at the
''M;Hn Temple, Frirlny night, Do
r-mW P7. 1007. for the purpose o!
r'rr tin? Direr to-- for the ensuing
---ir and for the transaction of any
other business that may be legally
1: n-'vM before tbe.m.
S. P TT AR TITS, Pres.:
T. CLAY MOORE, Sec
State of Tennessee.
Office Clerk and Master Chancery
December the 3rd, 1907. Jesse Por-
ter, son and another, Complainants
vs. Sadie Porter and others, Defendants.
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendant, Charles
Mobley, is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, and cannot be served
with the ordinary process of law;
it. is therefore ordered, that said de
fondant enter his appearance herein
on the first Monday in January next
Hons), it being January 6, 190S. and
a rule day of said Court, and plead
answer or demur to Complainants
bill, or the same will be taken for con
fos'sed ns to him and set for hearing
oxpartc. and that a copy of this order
hp published for four consecutive
weeks in the Nashville Globe.
Clerk and Master.
By J. R. WEST,
Deputy Clerk and Master.
N. B. SMITH,
Solicitor for Complainant.
DAN HOWSE FOUND GUILTY.
Murder in the First Degree.
Dan Ilowse was found guilty of mur
der in the first degree, but with mit
igating circumstances, in the Criminal
Court. The jury was charged Wednes
lay afternoon, and after being out
'inly a short time returned its verdict.
motion for 'a new trial was entered
nd wl'l ho heard Saturday.
The state insisted during the trial
that Howse took Armstrong unawares
ml shot him. The defense insisted
hat Howsc acted in self-defense, and
nly hot after being attacked with a
It will be remembered that. Howse
xilled nntrong on Jo Johnston ave
nue, near uuarry street, earlv one
lorning some weeks ago. They had
uaueled the previous night.
Funeral Directors ana
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
44 Fturth Arenue, North,
Nashville, - - Tenn.
Wednesday morning on the charge of
burglary and grand larceny. Powers
was arrested by Special Terminal Offi
cer Armstrong as ne was aoout to
leav (he city. When taken to the
Mice station and searched, a lot of
stuff stolen from C. T. Cheek & Son
was found in his possession. He pro
claims his innocence.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
John Douglas, was arrested Wednes
day by Deputy Sheriff W. II. Rice on
the charge of cruelty to animals.
Douglas waiS arrested at the instance
of a man named Tonv Duell, who
charged that Douglas killed a pig be
longing to him. Douglas was arrested
by the police and Judge Baker fined
him $1.0 for the same offense. Squirt
Irvine, before whom the warrant was
sworn out, bound Domglas over to the
Criminal Court under $500 bond.
D. Y. P. U. CARNIVAL.
flu 're will be two cntci tainments on
the evenings of December 9 and 10, at
the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, to
ia:!-e funds for the new heademarters
f the Rapt. hi Young People's' Union,
which will be located at 409 Gay
tti'cet on and after January 1. 1908.
concert will be given on the 9th
ins-it., by the choir of Sylvan Street
Baptist Church; on the 10th inst., Dr,
W. P. Isaac will deliver an ad-
diess. Rev. W. L. Craft will be man-1 R. S. Williams, of Augusta,. Ga., who
is presiding over the Thirteenth an
nual session of the Colored North Ala
bama Conference in Decatur, is a
strong advocate of prohibition. lie Is
Decatur, Ala., December 5.-Bishop
igor of the affair,
APPROACH ING NUPTIALS.
Invitations are Out for Ihe marriage
of Rev. W. L. Craft, the popular Field of the opinion that prohibition would
cvnctarv of the National Baptist be a great blessing to the Negro race
Young People's Union, to Miss Mary in this country. He has appointed a
E. StaoU?, of Cowan, Tenn.. on Wed- ?t'"ong committee on prohibition and
nesdav. Jan-iarv 1 nt the home it is expected that this committee wil
of the -osnrc tive bride's parents. bring in a resolution, before, the, ad
lourniment or the conrcrence, indors
ARRCSTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE, 'ng the prohibition legislation of Al-
Monroe Power.s was hound over to abama and of other Southern States
the Criminal Court by Judge Baker Spcial to Nashville Banner.
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