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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907,
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On ths C RfSER FIFTH AVE. and CHURCH ST.
Holiday
FURS
Oar selections comprise all the new
shapes in neck pieces and muffs.
98c to $7.65
Sea our Lynx, Mink, Fox. Squir
rel, Ermine, at greatly reduced
PRICES.
Suggestions
some are $15, fi2, fio values; our
pecial price nly
$4.85
LADIES' SUITS
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COATS
A rare showing of
Co its; all of the very
lailies' Long
latest styles;
Every Suit in our department has
been cut fully 30 per cent to make
quick selling prices, tree our values
at
$9.85 $14.85 $19.85
MEN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS
$10
Always acceptable for a present-everyone knows we
carry only the very best clothing to be had
Largest and best stock in the city. You must see our lines before buying
anywhere
BOYS' CLOTHING, Shoes, Hats, Underwear. Suits $2.35 upwards.
RED COATS $3.85 Sizes 2 !-2 to 8 years.
Hejrular
(ratios.
Compare our coats with those being solll by ot er firms at f6 oo.
C9 Q Mcn's Shoes, All Sizos-All Toes. All Leathers.
P&tD $1, $1.50 mid $5 Values. Fancy House Slippers, All
HOLIDAY TIKS, separate Boxes, see what we show from49c upward
SUSPENDERS, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS
All in fancy boxes suitable for presents.
Jus! Received Sow Shapes. Caps and Hats from 25c 1 $5.
Kohes, Sinok.i Jackets,
carfs.
Lmniiiins:
Hobos, Fur (ilovos and I
Hatlis
11 r Neck
SPORTING NEWS.
By Leon.
Encouraging Outlook.
The fans are asking what Nashville
will have in the line of baseball next
season. It is learned from General
Manager .1. Blaine Boyd, of the Na
tional Baptist team, that it will be one
of the best teams that ever represent
ed this city. lie also said that a num
ber of good teams are asking for dates
here, such teams as Ex-Cuban Giants,
Philadelphia Giants and Leland Giants
of Chicago, and several others of less
note will play in Nashville on their
return East early in the season. These
games will likely be played at Green
wood Park.
Jack Blackburn Whips Australian
Pugilist.
.'a'k Blackburn, of Philadelphia,
knocked out George Gunther, the Aus
tralian, in the fifth round of their six
roimd battle before the Industrial Ath
letic Club. The blow that did the
damage was a terrible right to the
jaw. When it landed Gunther dropped
to the floor like a log, and was uncon
scious until the referee had counted
the fatal t"n. It was a well-timed
1 low. Blackburn put all his strength
in the wallop and landed on the vital
spot. The nst round ended with hon
ors even. Aft r that Blackburn gained
the bad and had the battle we'll in
hand.
that he will hang up a $20,000 purse
for the Burns-Johnson fight, and that
he believes the month of March is the
best time to hold it. As Coffroth deals
in real money, and as the Nevada pro
moters have apparently run out, it
would seem that his decidedly inter
esting affair will be decided on the
coast.
HELP FOR NEGRO REFORM
LEAGUE
Rev. J. E. Purdy, who has charge of
the Negro Reform School, which is lo
cated on Cedar street, is asking the
public for assistance in helping to
maintain the institution and help
clothe the twenty-eight young boys he
has under his supervision. This work
is purely a charity and consequently
expenses of carrying it on fall mainly
on 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
Courts and efforts are being made to
make good citizens out of them rather
than hardened criminals. Th'5 ex
pense during the winter months is
very heavy and the managemert wili
greatly appreciate any assistance that
is given.
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 encouragemeu and many
have lent a helping hand.
Bums-Johnson Match Certain.
Unless thnre is a backdown it looks
very much jrst now as if a match be
tween Tommy Burns and Jack John
son for the heavyweight, champion
ship will be clinched, and that the
men will settle the question of su
premacy in California next March or
even earlier. Sam Fitzpatrick, the
manager of Johnson, Is so anxious
to bring the matter to a head that he
has promised to post a forfeit and will
sign artieb's as soon as Burns makes
it clear to what conditions he will
agree.
Fitzpatri-k, confident that John-r-n
will whip Burns, says he will
pgroe to give the latter 7." per cent of
the purse if Johnson does not sore a
knockout inside of twenty lounds, and
r0 per cent if he is successful. But
when it comes down to cases it is be
lieved that Fitzpatrick will not urge
such luv'sal conditions, and that he
will be satisfied with a 7.1 and 25 or a
CO find l' Pnr rent division of the mon
ey on the simple proposition of win or
lose. According to repo'ts received
here vestcrdav from England, Burns
savs that h" will make a match with
Johnson as soon as he arrives in this
country. Burns is quoted as saying
that be will defend the heavyweight
championship against all comers, with
a preference for Jack Johnson. Bums
however, declares that h may remain
in England for some time yet, nartini
larlv if he can get on a mill with Jim
Roche, a new Irish champion. Tint
if there is no money in a proposed
mill with Roche, Burns savs that h
will sail for Amcrca the latter part of
this month.
James ColTrotn, the San Francisco
fight promoter, is quoted as saying
they can be had. They are on sale
at the National Baptist Publishing
House, almost real. There is no bet
ter toy for the holidays
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NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
Mockholdcrs of the Pythian Hall As
sociation are requested to meet at the
Pythian Temple. Friday night, De
cember 27, 1907, for the purpose of
.lectins Directors for the ensuing
vear and for the transaction of any
'ilher business that may be legally
brought before thera.
CANTATA
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CHANCERY
P. HARRIS, Pres.;
CLAY MOORE, Sec.
AT NASHVILLE,
State of Tennessee.
TfTce Clerk and Master Chancery
Court, Nashville:
December the 3rd, 1907. Jesse Porte:-,
Guardian, and another. Complain
ants, vs. Sadie Porter and others, De
fendants. 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
fen Vint enter his appearance herein
f. the first Monday in January next
(i:'0S), it being January C, 1903. and
i m'e day of said Court, and plead,
answer or demur to Complainants'
bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to him and set for hearing
evpavte. and that a copy of this order
bo published for four consecutive
weeks in the Nashville Globe.
ROBERT VAUGHN,
Clerk and Master.
By J. R. WEST,
Deputy Clerk and Master.
N. B. SMITH,
Solicitor for Complainant.
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Telling A'ThrilHng Story of SLAVE LIFE,
BY
Professors J. W. Work, Jr., and Fred J. Work,
AT RISK AEAORlAL CHAPEL,
FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 27TH, 1907.
Preston Taylor.
Telephone 895.
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CARNATION CLUB.
Mrs. Lawrence Moore entertained
very handsomely the Carnation Club
at her beautiful residence, 1002 Hor
ton street, Monday afternoon. After
an hour had been spent in work, the
-7'ivsts were invited into the dining
room1, where a ttwo-course luncheon
was served with ices. The table was
beautifully decorated with its drawn
linen cloth, having a centerpiece o
the same material, with stand of cut
flowers and ferns. Those present
were Mesdames II. M. Burns, Wm.
T'ueker, P. A. Shmms, Sidney Bond, II.
Duff. II. Floyd, John Battle, C. C. Win
stead, W. S. Amos, Lawrence Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. O. Grady and
their four boys, of South Eighth
slreet, Mast Nashville, enjoyed a pleas
ant, day Sunday, December 8, with
Cnptain and Mrs. John T. Shelby, of
."'27 I.ischey avenue.
HEAR
STEWART
AT MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH,
Sunday, Dec 22, at 3 P. M.
4
OWing and
Is the Subject to 1)c discussed hx Chas. Stewart
at Mt. Olive Haptist Church, Sunday, December
22 at i p. m. The Admission is Free. The Lecture
is for Men only. Every male citizen in Nashville,
from the ages of eighteen to onc-hundrcd'and eight
een, is cordially invited. Prominent speakers as
well as the leading business men in the 'city, have
been invited to participate.
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REMBRANDT STUDIO.
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
before. Don't listen to the fairy tales
that times are hard and will be worse.
There are a whole lot of uooide who
seem to have the idea in their minds
that the great American public have1
t-one dead broke and haven't a "sou
n:'ree,ee, and mey never made a
greater mistake. Just because a few
speculating bankers in Wall street
have played with fire and had ihcir
fingeis nipped is no reason why the
whole country has become suddenly
Ievo'd of any purchasing power. You
must remember that cotton, wheat.
rain and lumber will be sold for mil
lions, and while there are few people
who will hesitate in building homes
or hiving automobiles. So there will
always he money to buy Atnas pres
ents and the best present is to get one
dozen of our best photos, soructhin
that will bo more appreciate, than
some useless thing. Ve have a full
line of holiday stock, the latest right
hot off the market. All work truaran
teed. Our photos stood the test at
tha Jamestown Exposition receiving
one of the highest awards. Don't
fail to see our letterctte post cards.
All photos taken in 4 days of Christ
mas will be ready for delivery Xmas
day.
THE REMBRANDT STUDIO,
J. J. LAY, Trop.
447 4th Ave., N. Phone Main
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Don't Fail to Attend Our Great
ERE5VIGVA
Men's Ladies', Misses',
Nothing Reserved
and Children's Shoes
They ftlust Co
Men's
Just Wright Shoes sold the world over
fr $4 and f 5 removal price,
All leathers, Lace or Button.
1'i ilow Craft Shoes - best $3.50 Shoe
made removal price
All Leathers, Lace or Button.
Our Men's 53.00 Shoe Gun Metal, Hox
Calf, or Yici Kid heavy or light sole
removal price
Ladies'
Ilallahan's f4 and $5 Shoes this season's
newest styles lace or button; heavy or
light soles removal price
$3.50 and 4 shoes all leathers, button
or lace -latest fall styles removal price
3.25
2.95
2.25
3.25
2.95
52 50 and 53 00 Shoes heavy or light
soles pat. vici, gunmetal or kid skin 1 aq
snappy svyles removal price JL.tJO
blisses'
Ciohlen Rrown, button, lace $2.50 and O (Y(
53.00 values removal price UU
2xM and $2 50 Shoes all st vies re- 1 p
moval price . l.Oi)
fi.75 and f2.oo lioes all sizes removal or
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Boys'
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes-all leathers re- t) ah
moval price ' tLtUO
53.00 Shoes all styles, lace or button ty -
heavy or light soles removal price LUO
t-2 00 Hoys' Shoes boxcalf or vici School 1 A(
Shoes all sizes removal price
When you think' of log cabins that
will bring memories of bygone days
for $2. SO, you will want to know whore
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Men's
Holiday
Slippers
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Reduced
Prices
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
riff
217 FIFTH AVENUE, NORTH
Ladies' $1.50 Felt
Slippers in red,
green and black,
90c
Removal Price
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