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NASHVILLE GLOPE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.
The Stockholders' of the
People's Savings Bank and
Trust Company will hold
their Annual Meeting in the
office of the Bank Building
410 Cedar Street, Wed nes
day evening, January 10th,
at 7:30 P. M. All stock
holders are requested to be
J. It. SIJHil.FTOX.P,,..
PROGRAM OF THE
Week of January 8th to IStk
MONDAY. Pearl White In "Pearl of the
Arm.." Tl'ESDAY. Mr, Goode "i he Sama
ritan" 5 reel TiUnfle Feature. WBDN
DT. Fintoirai Sci and Trianle Key
"tone Comrdy-Bubble, or Troube. TBIR-.
DAY, "The Secret Kiocdon" FBIDAY.lhe
Market 0 ain retire -fi rel Truoile Feiiture
SATl'RUAY, Weairrn and Keystone Con -ed,
The2 te'leck Train
Admission Always 5c
ORPHEUM : jva1v 8
Show a5,,"thr FIWNIFHT of tub fahovs
mutt anti .ii;ffs WHmtixu
ro ! i hc-y rAin nw.r.. ...... x.
ti i it 1. s v y n . ,. i n s Ty itTnT. s
ue liveliest i me of Lovliness That Ever Graced the Stage
.M-lierw IS, .....I 2Sr, il. as, ,,
Malt of Balcony Reserved (or Colored Pi
5 MATINKKS: 1'uea.eay,
Tliur.ilii?. Friday and K.mri .
s r.e u.uu M tit t & .TolT Wedding," wlrch wi.l be the attraction at the u i la.
co. bcinniirj Monday ntjilit. Jan. Mh, with nuuitues Tuesday, Wo I
r.la.v a; pepu-ar pi iios.
'Jr. i I'h.itre. for one
Tliiii'S'tuv, KiKiuv i.n.l Sai-
jhosniia iiy vore Mr. anil Mrs. Kol.t. M KS. TYREE HOSTESS.
I Uibhs. Mr. ntnl Mr. Andrew lrvinu Mrs. Eva m Ty:ee . cttiii!iu...v e it
' Mr. ar.tl Mrs. Stephen Turner. Mt. a':d taitiel tie II. K. "..:' I hristtnas day
i .Mrs. S.nii Whiteside. Mrs. Mary Flow- at her homo nil Xo.th Hill s'svit. Tic
ors. Lev. Y. S. 1 : 1 : i n -i : i-ii. Mrs. Lorry club was o: one: bv t'.ie ;r- .dem.
under the leadership of M1.-. O. O
le:;ili'i'("i. ''resident and 11. 11. Jan
iiar;. , Idi.'.uU:- ar..i ch.iirmu'i :.( the
ti.iard (if Welfare I 'opart m opt of the
club. Much rood AorK was done by
VKl?XK P,XX.MJ- :C;"'tc;-- '" 'Person sue,
.'MS. 1,011 I rO'.Meil I'll 1 H :l in iv 1 wit I, t , ! .
a ehariTiiily arran.ed sivo lo..!: ,,. ' " , V . m evt'r' re Pone!,
lier. Snn.liiv vi . ,. ', ' "ml 1,11 "ireauy ooautltu home !'
on m.,.,b V ' "T11""" ennanced by the eve
,h " ,, " ' " V"-;3"'' l"""l".'t
Yuletide decorations wo ,,eu ' m, "i fP Z 0' vMh'n'- T,,t' estiu
t ' i i it I I'll II iiinii,r
Mrs. Crockett nva !.,. . present ; resiu
Kerrc'l. M ? s. llulus t'a.e. Mi.
1'e.ry, Mrs. A:i;os Allison. A!
)iie". ?dls? l-'a Pavis. Miss
T!ie I.. Williams. Miss l.ucc .bams.
Kl!a Mrs. .1 II. 1! r'ia. l.us'mv was this club in llie cnimnunities (f their
s. l,ou t raiisacte '.. The t..i i -.win iiiembers race an 1 r.-iu-h eoed was i'.o! ' Xmas
Mattie were i:eseat: Mesda" e- Elliot, t'er tlcir 1 1 '. ltuVv1" '' ",' " incl
Major Johnson. Sanders. r.,a". Tyree; cliildren. Mr. .Ii:sct,!i X. W'i'lianis,
in his newest and best pic
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ar.d :ii s'teve KranUlia.
x erv oil'' seenuu iie.mlttt.iily tli-
niliLT towns tertaiiii-1 1 l cd 1 In: r.HMiv ! a.: ".
of the ladies and the retuiu.- o!' V.ls blMiuh.v.
i ll.i : ea!.: of 'lie 1 .! i ",.iy
'as assisted i wore Misses Marx
Jones, l each, Itar'in a:;il Eossie. A the live wire sec; etary U? bosun to
pleasant reatuve of tne evening was roll his sleeves up fi.r i.:e. v.ork of
the gues '.i.i'; ci.ntes! cf 'he notorious 1017.
menu that v.as t;) In; .-e"ve !. T:'e one -
e.uessii. Hie exa-.-t ((M'.'c would L-et MESDAMES MAhTlX .V.X"
Ell IX I'lXf MXATI.
Ciiicinna.; :, Ohio.
Special to the CloLe.
Anion;; Cincinna'.i's r.o'.ed visitors
are Mis. E.ed M-d and
Sti outer. Lot!; of .Nashville. Term.,
who are. isltiiu' Mr. anil Mrs. John
- - a prize. M's. l.er.oh fi l Mrs. liar in
IIOI'SE I'AllTY. were the 1 :cky ladies. Mrs. I.each win-
and Mrs. I,. M. lia:d:so:i enter- i.iiv.' iu tl ? ''rst c ir" a"d .Mrs. liar-
T lu.rsi'ay af crr.oon at their li.: :!'.e last course. Each 'lad.- iv-
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
piaud Bud Fisher's satlric.nl humoi.
Millions of the best people in America,
have laiiKhed at Gus Hill's company
; presenting MUTT & JEFF in their
I various plays and will continue to
i lau.nh at them us long as Bud Fisher
. 7i I .liuohc :i von n.v a lioi.se f(!'r ! ; ' ..?'j:"r' !"'( ne of c':l,l.
bv Mr -iiul Mr. !,.,,. " ,; . ; "u,,""- ''-'Pait;. h;i-:i v. as cujovi'il tiy all. Hie :o'c( ; e-eriTeti eai , -H-. p.ei-
W. Keehle. Thn'p .,t.i . . . i'"r. leu, Annie M.:Fnms t,f ;.! lu.ids ere ,"-rved and a eat a t" r'-'mis i:osent. The sues's
were Mr. Lewis ' wii,.,!, ..' :u,.'en'. ,'s.s.u' 1 Alberta Da v. verv nice uroarain was tendered bv of th clnl) a. to Mis. Kobe-son of Harris of 2'!17 Concord Stree!, far-
Estolle Keeble, Mr and Mrs i,,i', ' , ' !;?',vps' l!- Madeline Car- i'i0r. J. C. Xea!. These present were Wilberforce. Brs. liryan'. and Mrs
James. Mr. and fc. Grecii R c'l"1 sissl I'"1'' M 'i',,!f aml. M' Ku" blisses Georgette White. Ada Kains. West Thomson.
hi. a liurnett, .m untie T. Euiton, hula
Whit Wright and Miss Peatrice 'l)an
gerfield, Mrs. Laura HamiUon, Misses
i-iiiii iirowti. (i:a Wi'son. Mary
jacissori, .irs. l.oii Crochett !"
Eskew and Miss Katie Robinson.
President, .1. M. Ilaninions
Payne, M. V. Withers, .li
en's ot Mrs .Martin.
They have won many friends while
heie, hae I ecu honor guests cf sev
eral elite I'ninn'.tn.s. Mr. and Mrs.
Iiicl.a.d I'liiT's ml Mr. Geo. Harris
eatertr'nad Mesdaiues Martin and
and Gus Hill can keep up the pace.
Christmas has tome and gone aiv.1 a Mutt and Jeff have made five corn
new year now stares us in the face, j plete tours of the United States and
so to siieak. We are wishing for each Canada, with absolutely no sign of di
member of the profession a Happy ' niinishing popularity, and will con
and Prosperous New Year. We liopeltinue to do so for years innumerable,
that each one will keep good health 1 MUTT & JEl-T'S WEDDING will not
Samuel' ami strength and that each one will only live up to past records of phe-
improve their act or secure a new ; nomenal ousiness. Din win prove to
one; that each one will endeavor to i be the crowning trlumps of Mr. Hill's
raise the standard of the profession long busoiness career. All known box
by correct conduct; that each one wilhollice records have been hopelessly
secure and reach at least one book , shatered by the normous popularity
written by a Negro to give him re of this SURE FIRE succss and has
nqwod linsjpiration; thlat ttaeh iwill been know as the mortgage lifter for
newed inspiration; 'that each will feel : house managers and theatre maa-
that in attempting to live right liim- agers all over the country.
Dorsey E. chrismon, .lanie Uu hardson. Ruth M. MR. AX') MRS. PAUL C. TilOr.X
.1. U"il. I.-.,r..l. ii... I rp ,.iii.i.. , TOY k-VTHITllVPIl
);..,,. . , ijiii. ..Til, .ills, llltv. 1. Hunts IH'III i..., ..I,,,....
liams. l-.ilson II It :u-.-tc-x, i v , ... .. .. .. , , 1.....1 -ri .
ii,'...' , , .. '- l.on sMUC. iv.. li lie i;av. svirndoi .mi. ai'i .ins. i aiu i . i.uni w.. - i-
' .lOaMson, l. eo. 1.. Lennox, S. Roscoe ri,i.t,.n rin-.u,.n itM.-.im. ctu, ' tpvtnined nr .tinner Si'iulfv. Do e-vbe- Streeier with a box party at I
Eve and Miss Tom 'Klla Robinson l')r i ., ' . banrsey. Pane-, Sykes. Mary M. llardismi. liessie -L at their residen. e. .Ill 1 N'hey ti e pc an T i.eatre Friday nig.it, Dec.
of , the morning and the dances we"; Z UJTk Have entertained them ! prove to those who are skeptical that Matinees, Tues., Wed.. Thurs., FrU
xMiir.oit away in their respective cars James McRilev E c Ro.-tnm (''ouIh. Those who eniove.1 the liosnitality of were Mr. and Mrs. Wind, Mr. audi .
i.m... u,.u uie.v nad spent a most Conwav. Gen A Hill Mr H .T .Tactf- the host and hostess wee Mr. and -Mrs. Richard Hums. Mr. ar.,1 Mrs.
son. H. ('. Freeii:an. Thomas Owens.! Mrs. Herbert Petway ai.f! Pule M.isvEldie Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. John Hai-i
'iar.nias AP1:- ns ami .us. mown. ,
seir that he is really serving and up-j MUTT & JEFF'S WEDDING will
lifting a race; and finally that each come to the Orpheum Theatre next
one will trv to live closer to God ana ! week, starting January 8th. Five
MISS ALLLS'W ENTERTAINS
One of the most beautiful ami inter
esting entertainments of the holidav
was a "Noon Dansant" i.-iven at the
German-American hall bv -Misses
-Nannie h. and Addie T.
AlHonn In , ,. , '. . ..
compliment their house ,n,Mt uL . '"K"11"1 ' arranged party last
Eunice M. Royd of Hopkinsville. Kv . ' 'e:""S Qt ,e!l ,ll,me:
,,!.,' , nuaihhs. 'Pl.(V Thomas llardison. Leonard -M.
Miss Mary L. Page was the hostess ii.,;.i,-.. n, n
nil ivn iHI.l i. II .li irta tdi a I-l.
Xe'il, Arthur Svlies, C. j Petway, Mr. and Mrs.
rri, .. i... t.
i i.urisuuy, ijcceinnei'
guests were present.
Mill r in innnr r.. .. .1
Anon' V'.i T ir in ..e M. ...
uv.fw :urjs. ;iexP7a-:r! Miss ,!
.Miss Boyd comes from an of h,p ! ... V- 1 m- me House, M:3t
nine IW.rlil.. , j . - i ""
e J .
Kentucky. During her ir-nv in Vnii. I :
-.. ... .,..., ; anniM
artistically decorated in flowor-
gan, .Mrs. Artnur .Morrett an I .miss e vt-i.. mutn m mem
Menta Foibes. leave us and hope to have them re-
tir'ii to our city in the near futu-e.
A RK-tTNIOX FAMILY PIXXER.
i Mrs. Nannie R.i'tle of KO Morrison, MISS WILLIAMS IX THE CITY.
... , .... i M!,. l,..,i:n 1. 1IM nn,.. nV I' n,.,a
isoii was a dlnii'T "iven bv street, irave a reutiton iamuv uniiiei , .m." ik..;. -. " v......
i.-, ., n.,i,., '...i.'i na on Tuesdav. December 2(1. Ill 10. The ville. Tenn., was the guest rf Miss
vs. J. T
t)nev'.rf the grandest occasions of
viiim Hiio ranaii'm . .
sies including taK: ilitaihnh V Min-iA.
and M. L. Love! ! dining room was beautifully deooiate-t Mary L. DI'dard of m Archie street,
or i ing plants and ferns. Misa pno n. i '. . ' ' ' ' .' I ...m. ' f.. ....j piwiatmna holla nrl ' tlurlne the Xmas holidays. Miss Wil-
, , , . : . i .vooiu lonv gnosis were present..""-" - .
I'll Ml rUPP V llr, HI. l.r. nl...A.. . ' . . ., .nTn ...nn n 1 1I ni Q W II W VMTV I'llVII IV M II I M .1 .1 I 1 1 1 1
' ' ' " 111" aiMlt-' . ll.n nt ri,in im..fa ii'm.n ' 1 R 'H UH "H III
wnist parties, etc
v jrr; Normal and
, or, parlor games and dancing were ,vivi
a city school 1 hp.oj r-t..
tRBfllOr r.f IIM Ill- . ,-. rwouuiL),
..ujinuiamie. sne leit
the city Friday morning for her home
to begin her school worn.
tne table was aiams was very royally
V. While an.J little daughters, large battenbuFg cover on which sat . by the following; Miss Maud Wilker-
. i n l.i.j. Tim ann nnil Alra Mntllilfl. HHVtt'ilnrl.
in and Ma'tie Lillian, of Ca- a large uow ui un nmua vi nui.
naan, .Mrs. Alice Love AYilherspoon i dinner was seivt-u in uuci.,
.Miss Rov,--u f ., l""J0e" atttr wiiich a thre ecnurs
'"""m"' 1 I "(I IV- I nienil Was SPIVP.1 HuooI ll.. . " ' . . . l ...,,.,-U,,, htr
.'U1.01 lini II Hill- . nf v.. ii h ,-il I i II..., l.'lll nFi IIIIXIHMM II IN HlLt:il 111 DC!I 1111. UJ
i m .Kinnviiic, .ma, tiiii visiiuill m . I . . ... . ,
i . . ... .. Uti., x-ni r rm.inro ii I Mr. Walter Page of Murfeesboro
A 1IAIMIV Ol'nnninr,
V,. ' r.:'1-'"-'30- sister
'"ie a. wanter of - Chatta-1 ,us
UUUWIII. .Ml. M11U .IIS, 111 IIS UltUi - " i m ... , i XTl,..:il
Mr. and Mrs. Menitt Gray and their Those seated at the table were '"
ister, Miss Ethel Gray. Frappe was 1 Emma Rucks. Mr. John .Mccatnan u.e u, , .... ...
ispensed at the hall door by Misses Mr. Odis Finley of Lebanon. Mrs. El-. sisters at 14 S. Hill street. A
' - . .... .1 i ii. in T ..f fnni nnnvcpa lU'na RPVvprl T
MR. PAGE IN THE CITY.
IN HONOR OF MR.I A n vbq I , . ,.su.rp. sea. nel8lster' Mrs- Cora Vivian W"hite and ( hinnie M. Love, i len Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. W ill Law-
SAMUEL DUcCr 1 --Aiex.inaer or w Fourteenth ave-l irence, Mr. and Mrs. Battle and little
in t. ' line, .u.lll. anil npr fl.'lllp-htor 1 en .. , . ntiln Aflco VpIMq llonn Air
.mas jessie Beatrice Beech enter-1 i.inio , avh .V V." i-""5' -MiL,UKhss h-MhiUAis
. . -- - iiini? .1 hi ' :i u-pr .r ihn li..... n
tained at her hon.e, iSOO Ccovel St., ! Home with n vfsir Af Zl T I Austin Childress was the host
Thursday night, December 28th. In 26 Ser, Mr ndT w? of a" elaboiate six
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pun-So ' I "br 3' ' I,er !ilst Sunday evening at her home
can a recent brido and goonn. Quite iint5 ! . "l Tl ! ' i at Rock City. A delicious menu of
a nuniner or mterpatlnc nmi i , . . " """""'.
Played and the eveninVn Z ""7 ne. ."f a.
lv snent nn,.i0 i, crip, oerraying all expenses.
iy spent. Delicious Ices were served. I
iuose present were Mr. and Mrs
baniuel Duncan, Mr. and
'Ihomas Turner, Mr. and
Joe Battle, Miss Nellie Wilson, Mr.
Mason, Mr. Henry Johnton, Mrs
I nf fr.111. nnilKBIlO lU'Q. QOI.l'Plt T Tl P 1 St V '
was pleasantly spent. Invited guests
arrived at six o'elook to meet Mr.
Walter Page. Those p'esent were
i Mr. and Mrs. Major Peierson, Mr. and
present of the
several courses was served. Those I
present were Mr. end Mrs. Wither
spoon, Mr. an.l Mrs. Joe Hyde, Prof.
Mrs v ti iirw. An.ti... ,1. and Mrs. Daniel Stafford. Mrs. Sam I
d Mrs. JliehtfuIIv December 27th at her home i Johnson' :lias E,1!li('e Johnson, Mrs. I
Mrs. Eit-ene 4 i;i Fourteenth avenue Xnrth .., a ; Geo. Childress. After dinner Prof.;
smartt, Miss Nannie Harris. Ton, ,iio,. ... 1. ' " . ,'L . : Stafford rendered some of bis nnnu
Blla Mason. rNeilirt ,FAman9 ,n 'Jl '" . 1 u V ' ,,u.e": a ,ew ln lmale:lnr ,a,,r,., n ... n.nno
.... . I i . .t'.ii.s., in rne ( lnmir-rnnrr. tho in. "
" nT'V'ibl' WaS fautUu1.y decora wiVh
thur Bovd and l.r v itt, w' 7 ""'l Ut fl0WerB- A "lenu
01 several courses was served. The
ui.-'. t uiiJi,ir'5 HOSIESS. At nntn. fin .Mr. nn,l Air Tai.,u ni
v r.Pi. w ii,tm, . . , ja., .mi-, anu .Mrs. Isaiah Co
1th a deli tfnll. ' e ,tfrtn,nM ,lins' MrB. Daisy Bryant. Mr. James
her 'TDurie L P' Rurnette' Rev- E'
tea was served nnf'trn.0n. V 0 oI?rk w- n- " Mr- A. K. Pyles and Mrs.
and a dinner served followed by, '
music and games. The following! A ,R00K party...
r:r,,:''r. . , ,e.' osimam: ot J,r- Un Birdie M. Payne entertained irietta Ledbetter
nit-: ' ' "' ' Mr-aM Mrs- Jas-i Thursday evening a number of hpr I selves as spending a deiightfui even
n ann .Mrs . Evans, Mrs. friends at her home, S16 Foster street ' inS an,d hoped to return again at an
Mrs Howae' m r? ('rutc',Rr' ' ast Nashville. Features of amuse-early date.
7, e, miss t.rannetry. Missmient were games that wero Intnr-1
SI""..?!?. . -R (lenut 1r- L- A. spersed by musical selections. Those I MRS POP.-RTs HOSTESS 1 DR. A. L. HAWKINS,
Z ;: :.:1'' were Misses Hattie Waller. a. , Mra. ,n,,nnin lRh!rt9 nf;0f Ft. Scott, Kan,., who was mar
rled to II ss Mahan last wee:;.
MR. AND MRS. BEACH HOST AND,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beach of 12;
East Hill street were host and hostess .
of a delightfully planned dinner ,
Tuesday evening to compliment their i
sister, Mrs. Irma Beach-Duncan, 1
whose marriage to Mr. Samuel Dun i
can was an interesting affair of last!
Sunday. The invited guests were Mr
and Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Amanda i
Beach, Mrs. Lucy Davis and Mii;s Hen-
Mi expressed them -I
Mrs. L. A. Anderson.
Johnson, Hattie E. Irving, Stevetta
il-loekett, Annie Mai Mason. Irene Me-
MRS POP.'.TRTi HOSTESS.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts of!
ivenue entertained a few
a dinner in honor of i
tlieir seoond amiversary, Sunday. De-j
ce.idier 21, ill 1(5. The house was beau-.
j ' " ' ''
ail "m 2 ' v.
l KS iSJM
Kj, T 1 rT7 eTr?V
TSsam ,AAl tl tA
Bert Williams in his newest and best picture, "Fish," Bijou Theatre,
Friday, Jan. 12th.
the stage is a legitimate, high and
good calling, and that it is not to he
looked upon as a mean and debased
thing. Here's wishing you much suc
cess this year.
BEKIT WILLIAMS IN "FISH" AT
Friday, January 12.
MRS. BELMA MAH AX-HAWKINS,
f Little Rock, Ark., who was mar
ried to It. A. L.' Hawkins, of Ft.
Scott, Kan"., last week.
. Mrs. Fox, Dr. Bell from Texas, Mr.
....... . I 1Tt.n.l ll,i,t,.,i ,wl Ii. W Poroc.pi' A
Call Messrs Georcn McKissncir v.i I ,, , , , lne many tnenus ot .Miss jieima 1 ,cu " --j.
1. " ii 'V. ,i' . SL AirK ssar'V ta tiftiliy decorated for the occasion in . ,,,,.. .,h(1 f. n.,.,lhp, a vears two course menu was passed at 7:30
Stocke . Heron Stnffnrrl Vmnlr I .... . .,
!..,- nl ..... t-nnstmas colors, t.overs were lam wa8 memher orthe stenosranhit
a-. m. . I'M1"H.S. IK'DUll VC11. I (U VfV OLclI- FPl,- H- I " "
UH Iliesnay, DPcemlier Mr irnunm . I1"-" nuiciecu.. inc mum us utuu
If :'a, h, t? 7 .f 1,ar,Rvil,e a"(I evening two courses were served
Mr. ford, William Price. During the I ;C ,,i n,.."" nu." " " ueparunem oi me .auonni uaptist
. I'O'T.. ...I., mi uunt-.i,. a ..a i c. Pb . , H0arQ. n-incoitiorated l
m . . ... . viviiiik uw Luuinin hcic nri it: i. ..itj.i; m a1
.Mrs. .Monte P. Smith of Xashvlllp
I piece was of Irish linen.
lenn., were married at the home ot) jing PA.TT0N HOSTESS
'!;;'""' Mn' w- U- H;,r',is of "arts-1 A grand social was Riven Mi" honor
ville The ceremony was performed , r tho ,a,Hofl of the AmerIcnn neautv
by Rev. Smith o the A. M. E. I club and their husbands, bv Mrs. W.
Chinch at Harlsville. The room in j U. ?atton of V216 East Hill street
which the ceremony mas performed Thursday evening, December 2S. The
was appropriately decorated with reeling was opened with song and
Uir.stmas decorations forming a j prayer by the chaplain, after which
beautilu arch lighted by bright glow- the roll was called and the members
, s' , J responded with Bible quotations. A
The groom is one of Trousdale verv interesting program was render
County s most prosperous farmers ; e,. Recitation, "Lot not Your Heart,
and is held In the highest esteem : ho Troubled," bv Mrs. Thomas Beach,
.liroughout that section, by all, re-, The club was honored with short
gardless of color.. lallis bv Mis8 Marv Ditnson. Mrs. Sa-
Among the many witnesses, were I rah White, Mr. T. F. Patton, Mr. D. L.
the mayor of Hartsville. the editor ofiWorley and Mr. T. M. Rideont Duet,
the local paper and a number of thejhy Miss fiTxelo Murray and Mrs. Car
leading merchants. i re M, Lston; Reading "High Cost
Mr. Burnley owns city property and 0f Living," Mrs. Thomas Beach. Vis
a valuable farm of more than lG0;itors: Miss Marv Dunson, Mrs. Sarah
acres. He is indeed an example or .white, Mrs. John Burnett, Mr. and
what push, pluck and perseverance, Mrs. Thonus Jones. Mr. James T.
department of the Nationnl Baptist
iMIS KODertS , n.l l A I. Unultlna vxlin for apv
i eral vears was a nromlnent Unlver-
ter, Mrs. C Wellford. The menu con- Kirv .,,,, (.n,ll!,ifin- the Medi
s.sLeu oi luinuy, iianoeiry sauce,
creamed potatoes, macaroni, pickles,
celery, corn, lettuce with tomato sal
ad, lemon pies. Later an ice course,
cake and wine wore served. A beau
tiful birthday cake adorned the ta
ble. Those to enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Rob
erts' hospitality were Rev. W. j.
Powell, Rev. J. P. Price, Mrs. M. Du
vall, Mr. Edward Boyd, Mr. Jeff Holt,
Prof. W. W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph It. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Green and son, Mrs. C. Wellford and
daughter, Mrs. Martha lleard, Mrs.
Yliartha Roberts, Mrs. Anna Banks.
will do for a man.
Mrs. Smith wa,-i an active member
of the A. M. E. Church 'being con
nected with the Scovel Street A. M.
E. Church. Although having been In
Nashville but a short while, she had
made a servlcable member and the
church will miss her and they are all
wishing -her a most succcessful voy
age on the matrimonial sea. Mrs.
Smith was accompanied to Hartsville
by her son, Doyle L. Smith.
PHI DELTA SIGMA ENTERTAINS
One of th most brilliant affairs of
the holiday season wag the annual
oansant of the Phi Delta Sigma of
Meharry rwbich was held at the pala
tial residence ot Mr. and 'Mrs. Allen
Rosser, Mr. D. L. Worley, Mr. T. F.
Patton, Mr. Henry Lyman, Mr. D. E.
Alexander, Mr. H. Cnnlngham, Mr
T. M. Rideout and Mr. Starnes. A
three-course menu was served. The
club adjourned until January 2nd,
1917, the date set for their Annual I
by Mrs. Carrie Carr.
A TWOFOLD ENTERTAINMENT.
Captain John T. Shelby was thb
host of the Ladies' Drill Corps of the
First Baptist Church, East Nashville,
at the last meeting of the year, Thurs
day night, December 28, It also being
the occasion of his birthday, he en
tertained quite a number of his
friends with the Drill Corps. After a
social hour all were served a six
course menu. Those receiving bis
Mrs. Ruthy Neely, 14 Miller street,
was hostess of a beautiful dinner
party Wednesday, December 27. IThe
house was decorate! with ferns and
flqwers. The table was exceptionally
artistic. IA large hand-drawn center
piece and Bilver added much to the
beauty of the table. A four-course
menu that consisted of many deli
cacies of the season was served. The
out-o-town guests vere Mrs. N. L
Evans, Athens, Tenn.; Miss F. E. Han
num, Knox ville, Tenn.; Willie B. Ma
son, Chicago., 111.; Drs, John and Wm.
Burney, Atlana, Ga. Other gueste
were iMrs. B. L. Stephens, Misses Vi
ola and Willie B. Flagg, Mary u.
Bowling, Selene McGavock, Rosa
White, Queenle Arterbury, Gussio
King, Rachel Johnson, Estella B.
Neely, Ruth L. and MatMe Sue Jones,
Mrs. Gilbert White, Jr., Euroy Crock
ett, Herman Jones and Master Nash
Stephens. " ,
cal course of Meharrv College, then
n rlpnnrtmnnt of Walden TTnlversllV i for her home.
will be pleased to know that they
were united in the holy bonds of mat
rimony at the home ot the bride s j
sister, Mrs. Mary Mahan-Conway,
1200 Garland Avenue, Little Rock,
Ark., on the evening of Thursday,
December 2Sth, 1916 at eight o'clock.
The reception suite of this handsome
home was tastefully decorated with
cut flowers and ferns. Promptly at
the hour designated, the bride en
tered the parlor on the arm of her
Brother, Mr.. Goo. Mahan to the
strains of Mendelsohn's Wedding
march, played by the accomplished
neice of the bride, little Miss Theo
dosia Conway. Dr. J. Otis Hickhan
was best man. The bride wore a beau
tiful traveling suit of blue chiffon
broad cloth with seal plush liniag
and other accessories en suit.
Owing to recent bereavemejnt in
the family of the bride, only near rel
atives and a few friends were pres
Mrs. Katie L. Pace made a flying
trip to Nashville, Tuesday, January
2, to enter her sis'er in State Normal.
She was at dinner with her sisters
at 14 S. Hill street. Left on the 7
MR. BUCHANAN VISITS MRS.
Mr. Wm. Buchanan, the brother of
Mr. George Holmes, came to spend
the yuleti.le. .lie has not been in the
city for twenty-four years and was
here for only a few days. He was
invited out to many dinners and
among the most enjoyed was that at
the home of the Page sisters where
he was delightfully entertained." He
left for his home in Arkansas on
Saturday night, December HO, 1916.
Next Friday night is Somlety Night
at the Bijou Theatre and Bert Wil
liams' latest and most popular picture,
"Fish," will be offered to the theatre
going public lor their approval. Thib
is really a wonderful picture and per
haps the most funny one that the
great comedian has appeared in up
to date. For high-class motion Pic
tures the Bijou has already won the
reputation presenting to its patrons
only the very 'best. Probably no
movie house in the city has so en
deared itself to the theatre-goers in
this city as has the Bijou. The man
agement is polite and the house Is
making good with the people.
The Bijou Orchestra renders high
class music every Friday night.
"The Birth of Christ" will be pre
sented at this house on January 19th.
W. H. W.
The Star Theatre continues to draw j
large crowds and is showing some
fine pictures nowadays. Messrs.
Moore and Robertson knotw what our
people want and are giving it to us
in fine style. The management aims
to please and are doing it admirably.
We want all of the movie goers to get
in the habit of attending the Star.
and Sat. It was designed for laugh
ing ipurposes only. There isn't a sin
gle serious thought in it or a sugges
tion in the entire show. Its mission
on earth is simply to banish all cares
and stifle the hookworm1 grouch. Get
seats early, as MUTT & JEFF'S
WEDDING Invariably plays to ca
pacity houses and the early bird
catches the best seat. Secure seats
Miss Abbie Mitchell, America's
actress, alleged greatest,- colored
singer, is now appearing in drama at
the Lafeyette Theatre, New York
The Whitman Sisters, May, Essie,.
Alberta and Baby Alice, have -been
meeting with much success thi sea
son; Frank Nichols is playing on White
time in Wisconsin.
Mack and Mack are in New Orleans
for the winter. Mall wil reach them,
care Iroquois Theatre.
Philip Giles is resting in New York.-City.
Mme. C. J. WAIKER HIR GOODS
Sold Ihrouah Reatstered Agents
D llverpd n any par- nf t e city, lit of 'own.
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. MRS. F. T. HILL
ini9SuTimit ve. -:- ashv.lle, Tirin.
A CHRISTMAS DINNER.
The beautiful home of Mrs. Priscil
la Woodard of 1616 State street was
the scene of a prettily planned
Christinas dinner, Sunday, December
30th. The house , was decorated
throughout with the holiday decora
tions. The dining room table groan
ed with the burden of the many good
IBoth Dr. and Mrs. Hawkins are . things of the season, Mrs. Woodard
very popular, and en route home they . was assisted in the receiving line by
will be highly entertained in Topeka, her daughters. Those present were
Kansas, Kansas City, Mo., and ti. Rev.. and Mlrs. A. W. Sorter, Rev. M.
Scott, Kans. After January 30th i l Spears, Rev, A. D. Love, Mr. and
they will be at homo at Ft. Scott. Mrs. Perry King, Mr. and Mrs. Salem
Kans., 408 Osborn St., where Dr. i Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. John Woodard,
Hawking enjoys a lucrative practice. Mesdames Julia Cheatham,, Lottie
t stratton, Misses, iFrincella Swift,
rn nprcnATwi? rrnn Tvrp annn Loura Bro0k8' Be8sIe Woodard.'Mary
txt munii? viL atj I Woodard, Messrs. George Woodard.
WORK IN THE PAST YEAR. ; WJU Walker and Lltt,e M,B8 TheJma
Five oourses were
The Young Men's Co-operative Club Clifford Brown,
did good work in the year of 19W, served.
This popular movie house presents
only the best of photo-plays. The pub
lic attends regularly.
THE ALPINE. x
-nynu lsD2Fr HJ flEth emrl ght
The Alpine still keeps up to stand
ard and continues to please their pa
trons. fThe very best pictures are
presented to the patrons of the house.
The Alpine has become a fixture in
North Nashville and the people are
going wild over the pictures each day.
The. Alpine is the place you will
eventually attend. , " .
MUTfT . & JEFF ARE MARRIED
A little nonsense , now and then. Is
relished by the best of men. And
women too. The old adage is proven
over and over again by the continued
and most extraordinary success ot Gus
Hill's productions of Mutt & Joff. New
Tor's best citizens, butchers, bakers
ond undertakers, all turn to the
FUNNY . PICTURES In the morning
newspapers to see what those two
funny fellows. Matt and Jeff, are up
to- Nor is the habit confined to any
class, creed or status bt llge's suc
cess. The banker, the lawyer and the
Judge enjoy the dally cartoons as well
as -his less fortunate brothers and ap-laaMaHBaaaHtaHaaaBaBBBaai
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