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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.'
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MID-WINTER MUSICAL FEAST!
AT
BIJOU THEATRE, TIES. NIGHT, JAN. 9
Benefit Y. M. C. A. Fund. Chas. P. Williams presents the Invincible Concert
Company of Chicago, Illinois, augmented and assisted by the best local talent
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THE STAR REALTY AND
INVESTMENT COMPANY.
In Match. VJ2. J. U. Millions
causal the i-eorpanizuticn of the Star I
Realty unci Investment Company.!
About six months after its reorgun-,
Uation The Sunlight Realty and
Investment Company merged into it. 1
Some, of tho officers and members
were J. A. Lester, J. II. Hale, James :
Bumpass, W. D. Haw kins, J. is. j
Singleton, Miss Tllile Lloyd and:
others, at this time the leaders of I
The Star Realty and Investment
Company were, J. B. Mullins, John
W. Work and James Bumpass. In j
June of the same year they employed 1
an office girl and bookkeeper, at the I
same time they announced open for
business with jess than two hundred
dollars on hand and forty dollars in
debtedness. !
This company hal been chartered
for $r.0iHMK), a stock campaign was
ordered, before the end of the first
year of its re-organization more
than Ji'lHiO.OO worth of stock was I
sold. The directors ordered that
neeesstiry steps be taken to amend
the charter to $2.",fXM).(Ki, which was
immediately done, they have now
sold more than J7.V1O.0O, with assets
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1917 finds The Star Realty & Investment Co. better
prepared than ever to give to the public good and ef
ficient service. We wonder why you continue to com -plain
about Negro workmen giving unsatisfactory
service, not honest, etc. We render the kind of service
you want. We are prepared to guarantee what we
say, we charge right for what "we do. If you need a
dentist or surgeon you would want the best or as good
as the town aiforded. Why not secure a firm who can
do your work well and take care of your interest?
Many who read this know that as a rule the cheap
est is the dearest. Let this warn you who have not
had the experience of trying to get something for noth
ing, that it is better to pay a fair price for good and
reliable service than to pay the same price for unrelia
ble service. Reliable service carries with it liability
for any irregularity that might happen.
LANDLORDS. r
It costs no more for us to collect your money than any
other firm, we are looking and longing for your busi
ness. We are building a permanent business for your
daughter and son or grandson. Help us develop our
community, remembering that
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Little tfraiiiM l nml.
Mnkr n Miidlity orrnu
In at ln r r f n land.
HRIP JVHT A I.1TTLK. JUNTA I.ITTI.K.
THE STAR REALTY & INVESTMENT COMPANY
p'. (Linit Rank Trust Co. BUd. 4 1 0 Ccddr Street Phone M 2554
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Witji the Invineil.le Concert Co.,
an entertainer of refinement, recog
nized by the press and public as the
f,Tiatest ventriloquist on the Amer
ican stage.
J. 11. SINGUCTON,
'resident.
The Invincible Concert Company's Quartet. Thesa four have made
great hit wherever I hey have appeared singing classical and papular
lections.
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JAS. JOHNSON,
, Tho Blind Vender, master of tho
violin, mandolin, guitar, cornet, sax
ophone and piano. '
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and liabilities of more than $to.ooo.0o
This ctimpany lms n.nre than forty
lxmalieil slockhuhlers.
OlTiceis.
J. B. Sinult tc-n. President; J. A.
McMillan, Seiretarv; U. Hawkins,
Treasurer; C. 0. lladley, Vice Pre:--ident;
K. A. Cuirrett, Manager; Miuta
Forbi's, Bookl.ei per, Asst. Tieas.,
and Asst. Secy. Tlie men on Hie
Held are Win. Co; eland, Collector and
Salesman. Moses McKissack, Chiet
Arciiitect.
A shoe company, dry goods com
pany, etc, could have bad the
same wuceess wi?u equally larefuj
management. They are general con
tractors, tellers and buyers, they
collect rent,' In lacj they do anything
you want done. Ve are told money
or no money, you are invited to
bring your troubles 1'etore them and
you shall in no wis lose your reward.
The tWnK which :fHadc them succeed
will make any healthy institution
succeed: Advertisement
Nashville Globe.
The Invincible Concert Company, featuring .Tas. Johnson and Edw.
Mackey, the world's b'ind wonders, to lu ni nil instruments are alike,
ac-sisted bj- Mrs. Johnson and daugh icr, direct from Chicago, 111.
The Following Local Talent and Organizations will Assist:
Roger Williams University Chorus and Glee dub, Miss Madaline Carter, Fisk Sing
ers, A. & 1. State Normal School Singers, Mr. A. G. Trice, Miss Ruth B. Allison and
Miss Geneva Bender.
The Invincible Concert Company, of Chicago, 111., augmented and assisted
by Nashville's best musical talent in a Mid-Winter Musical Festival at the Bi
jou Theatre, on Tuesday Night, January 9th. One of the Greatest Musical
Events of theyeason. Not only is the Invincible Concert Company a leader in
its field but the local talent assisting them is worth turning out to.hear.
One startling feature of t;;'s Concert is that two of its leaders, Mr. James
Johnson and Mr. Edward Mackey are both blind, yet they handle all musical
instruments, with eaual ease, drace and Derfection. thev are both Derfect in
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instrumental as well as vocal music and form one of the greatest combinations
? before the American public to-day; having toured extensively over thelUnited
.States and Europe, their services have been secured to give this concert at this
particular season to -help out in the movement on foot-to raise additional funds to
make some needed improvements in the recently purchased Duncan House prop-
y J
A. Mc.V1iL.TjAN,
Secretary.
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Third Avenue Church of which Rev.
J. L. Harding, the president of the
Ctate Convention, is pastor took up
the largest amount. Total amount,
$!).50, The choir of this church furn
ished excellent music for the even
ing. The next meeting will be held April
i!9th, in the Pleasant Green Baptist
Church of which Dr. Fields is pastor, j
A hearty welcome is extended to all. i
DR. C. t). HAULKY,
Vice President.
MISS JOP.K KKTURN3 11OM10.
Miss Anna M. Johe of this city,
who spent the holidays with Miss
Alberlu K. Gurlcy, 1 01C W. Walnut
streel, LouUvtlle, Ky., has returned.
Miss Johe was i!ie honoree of many
social functions and made many new
friends while in Imisville.
MR. W. F. HOLSEY'S SUCCESSES
IN THE MUSICAL WORLD.
The many Nashville friends of Mr.
William F. Holsey will be pleased to
know that he is still making good in
the musical world. He has appeared
with great success in Erie and Pitts
burg, Pa. The Pennsylvania press
' paid a very high compliment to his
highly pleasing tenor voice.
He Is at present in Washington. D.
C, where lie is scoring many success
es. Appearing on program with him
have been many well-liiiown Wash
ington artists, among them being,
Dr. G. Sumner Wormley, Miss Mary
Li. Europe, Mr. R. Carlton Dorsey.
Miss Estello Collier and others.
During the holidays Mr. Holse.v
made a flying trip to Jacksonville,
Fla., stopping over in Richmond, Va.
for a iew Year's performance, on his
return trip to Washington. At each
performance he completely captivated
his audiences.
'Mr. Holsey contemplates visiting
in the very near future the "Hub of
the Universe. His many admirers
predice for him a rapid rise among
the great tenor singers of the country.
The foUowing program was ren
dered in a manner reflecting distinct
showing an esrnestnens of purpose
credit upon each one who took part;
and thought which, if representing tho
underlying motive of tht student. b.ody
foreshadows good things for the fu
ture ol Walden.
-Match of Classes.
Invocation Rev. J. D. Chavis
Opening Remarks by Mr. E, D. Hall,
President of the Y. M. L.
Reading The Emancipation Procla
mation Miss Janie L. Myers.
TCIKETS ARE NOW ON SALE AT Tirfl BIJ()U THE ATI JE. CURTAIN
WILL RISE AT 8:U0 P. M
ADMISSION
FIFTH SUNDAY MASS MEETING.
The State Board or the Missionary
Baptist Convention pieM its first
evangelical mass meeting Sunday,
December :'i. at :i p. m. at the Third
Avenue BapMst Church. Rev. H. M.
Burns, past' r of Tabernacle Baptist
Church and chairman of the Mission
Board asted as Master of Ceremonies.
Rev. Bums is a highly intellectual
and progressive miirster and in a
few well chosen words set forth the
purpose and intentions of the Board
In Its Missiona-y work for the New
Year. In his remarks, Rev. Burns de
clared that while money was an es
sential In the development of the
work that the State Convention is at
ttempting to do. that the greatest aim
and most sincere desire of the heart
of this great organization Is to save
souls and thus brine God's kingdom
on earth. For this purpose tho State I
Mission Board was Instituted.
The chairman then presented the
speaker of the hour. Dr. C. H. Clark,
pastor "f Ml. Olive Baptist Church
and Ti uirer of the Missionary Bap
tist Coi' ention. Dr. Clark chose the
24th Ps. . r his text, "God's Lordship
of the ii Jd."
After pa. ;n,r a glorious tribute to
the greatest ami most noble character
of his day, V.r. R. II. Boyd, the speak
er carried I Is audience with him
close to tie throne of the Father.
The Holy Spirit took charge of the
meeting and every heart that was
right with God, received a blessing.
Dr. Clark is a wonderful speaker.
Dr. A. A. Math!3 a worthy
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Manager.
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M1NTA FORBES,
Bookkeeper, Asst. Treas. and Asst.
Sec'y.
25c. RESERVED SEATS 35c
The
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WALDEN UNIVERSITY.
New Year's day was a holiday at.
the school. In tho- morning students
and faculty attended Emancipation ex
ercises at .Meharry Medical College.
At three o'clock in the afternoon the
young women's and young, men's Lit
erary Societies presented a program
in celebration of Emancipation Day.
I! o'clock in the afternoon therE Aain
The exercises were held in Thomp-
Dicinelson Chapel, which was filled with an
of Atlanta, ia., who is visiting our Interested and appreciative audience,
city .was present and made 8p:cnUd!if one may judge by the genehous ap
and encouraging remarks Dr. Mathis plause greeting the various partici
is one of the most influential mtn- pants. College -spirit and i good-na-isters
in Georgia. ' tured class .rivalry were at high tide.
Rev. J. T. Tunstil, pastor ot Nonh I as evidenced by gongs and yells which
Sixth Street and Mt. Bethel Churches
and Treasurer of the Mission Board
called for the collection. A number
frequently interrupted the regular pro
gram, and ware enjoyed quite as much
by the audidnce:as by the Btudents
Oration "The Rise of the Race,"
Jolir, V. Bowman.
Piano Duet Hungarian Dance.?, No.
I'- and fi- Brahn.s. Miss Jennie Bow
man. Mrs. R. H. Walker
Reading "The Negro Meets
Pr.iy." .Miss Mary E. Kel'is.
Oiation "Our Greater Emancipa
tion," W. B. Dowlen.
Vocal Solo "It is Spring, Dear
He.'')t" Ashford. Miss Iliff Moores.
Oration "The Progress of Our
Race," Miss Audrey E. Hinlon.
Pi'nno Solo -"Love's Gro?tlng" El
iar Mrs. II. M. Waiket.
ii.;tion "Nostra Aes.
.lott.
h'eucion ' My rtusfv '
Villus Men's Glee Club.
Remarks by President E
Remarks by President E
."-C. A.
-P-irks.
A. White.
A. Wliite.
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WM. COPI3LAND,
Collector and Salesman.
of churches were represented.
The I thonteelves.

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