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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917.
THE MARECHAL KIEL
ine Marechal Niel Art r.inh mt n
iui jura. Atex Thompson, 110 Lewis
. street, with the president presiding
Roll was- called and each member re-
spouded with duos and quotations.
, The ladi ,ent an hour crocheting!
ucL'lunnoa was unani-
.vtcd a member of the art
After all business the ladies
were invited into the dining-room
ouu a, two wuidc ujuuu was serveu.
.'The next meeting will be with Miss
S V. Tlimm' 919 Viir)il .t..nt LVnf I
and a two course menu Was served
S. E. Tumor. 212 Eishth Ltreet. East
Nashville, Feb. 9.
NORTIISIDli SOCIAL CLUB.
The Nor'.bsido Socisl Club met nt
the residence oC Airs. Butler, 1413
Scovel street. The club was opened
by the president, and after a brief
session, fourteen visitors were pre
sented and" Mr. Yhitler made a
speech. Mr. January also addressed
the club. The club was favored
with an excellent solo oy a member.
The club adjourned to meet at '513
JJORTH POLE LITERARY CLUB
HAD MANY VISITORS. t
The North Pole Literary Club met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lilly
of 1000 Jackson street. The meet
ing w.i opened with a song by Mrs.
Lilly tho vice chaplain, and prayer
by the president, alter which the
roll was called and business of In
terest was attended to. President
January called on visitors for talks.
All responded with encouraging re
marks and at the conclusion the
president made a strong address on
race pride among young people. He
Lad1 his hearers spellbound more
than an hour, after which the meet
ing adjourned to meet at the North
Pole Dressmaking aud Shirt Factory
504 Fourth avenue, North, next Fri
day night No visitors will be al
lowed at this meeting the first of
the night owing to the business na
ture of the meeting. The Essay Con
test will be held.
NORTH POLE LITERARY CLUB
Mrs. Georgia Demo3s of 1010 Jack
sop street, Is confined to her room
with lagrippe but she is getting
Mra. J. E. Thornton was at the
Hale Infirmary for an operation to
he performed, but she has left and
is at her home on Horton street.
MR. AND MRS. GREEN GIVE
DINNER FOR FRIENDS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Green of 70S
Gay street had an elaborate dinner
for their friends Wednesday night.
A four course menu was served.
Those present were Mr. J. H. Burns
and Mrs. Bessie Bolton Burns, the
bride and groom, and Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. January, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
MRS. GOOCH HOSTESS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gooch enter
tained Sunday afternoon, January 28,
two of his old friends, Mr. J. A.
Turner and Mr. A. A. Acklin, Jr.,
with a surprise dinner with, his old
friends as the honor guesta The
affair was one of the swellest of the
season. Boated at the table with the
honor gnesls, MY. J. A. Turner und
nnd Mr. A. A. Acklin, Jr.. were Mr
John Cannon and Mr. Will Cannon,
cousins of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gooch,
nnd the host and hostess.
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB.
Mrs. E. M. McAdoo was hostess of
the Twentieth Century Club at her
home, 018 Fourth avenue, South,
Thursdny nfternoon. January 25th.
After the formal opening plans were
made for constructive work in the
future. The meeting was auita in-
teresting a each member was full
.v. lllCIHIICl WWI 1U1I
of enthusiasm. Mrs. McAdoo's guest
of the meeting was Mrs. Jones
st. Louis, Mo. Members present
Mesaames Bragg, Baldon,
Clenlsson, Eason, Johnson
TVingfiold and Parker. The club ad-1
w ui wnu m.. m. ranter i
on Jackson' street
The hostess . served
a two course
THE LADIES' PROGRESSIVE
The Ladies' Progressive Club f
the Mt. Zion Bapfist Church of
which Mrs. A. C. Holder is presi
dent met Monday eevning, January
29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Bumpasa of Twelfth avenue,
North, at 8 o'clock. The meeting
was opened with a song by the club,
after which the Scripture was read
hy the rice president, Mm Carrie
Lester. Prayer was offored by Mr
Toney Watkins, after which the
meeting was opend for business. Af
ter remarks by our worthy president
the secretary proceeded with the roll
tall. Each member responded with
dues and quotations. Short but in
teresting, remarks were made by dif
ferent members of the club. Mr. B.
P. Lockridge introduced the Young
People's department for the ladles'
lub. A motion was made and this
was carried out. Mrs. Frank Jones
was made general chairman of this
department with Mrs. Rdbert Brad
ley as her assistant. After all busi
ness wasi over the president an
nounced the social hour. An appe
tizing salad course was served by
the hostess, which consisted of sal
mon salad with myoannalse dressing
on a dainty lettuce leaf, pininto
sandwiches, hot buns with butter
and hot chocolate and ices. During
this hour a, game, "From China,"
was introduced by Rev. A. C. Hold
er which was enjoyed by all. Those
present were Mrs. Nannie Battle,
Susie Morthington, Lucy Marshall,
Felchia' McGarock, Julia Bumpass(
Delia Hyde, Carrie Lester, Katie
Holder, Bradley, Carrie Holder
Jones, Mary , Holder. Misses
Rebecca and Mattie Mai Mar
shall, Alma and Lottie Hol
der, Lola McGavock, Messrs. Shane,
Watkins, Lockridge, Master Joe Bat
tlie, Mr. and Mrs. Bumpasa The
club adjourned to meet Monday evening-,
Feb. 5, with MiBses Johnetta
and Emma Terry of Jefferson street.
THE LADIES' ROGRESSIVE ,
IThe Ladies' Progressive Club oi
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church met at
the residence cf Mrs. Elvira Deber
ry on lleiuian street, Jan. 22. The
lieuting was opened with singinc.
Si-rlptuio was read by Mrs. Deberry,
alter which prayer was offered by
the chaplain, Mr. Toney Watkius.
The president. Mrs. A. C. Holder.
then declared the meeting cpeu lor
business. The secretary proceeded
with roll call and each member re
sponded with dues and quotations.
A brier business 3Cs:on was held.
XIW "uuui Luium was omiiien,
1111(1 tlle meeting was then turned
into fl. QHl-ifll nlYnt,. ATio 1 ...... .
The annual urocram was ntnitin-i
into a social affair. Mra. iirl,pr,-.
then invited the members into the
dining room, which was a scene ot
loveliness. The room was artisti
cally decorated and brilliantly light
ed for the occasion. In the center
of the table was a large lruit stand
idled with all kind of fruits which
was encircled with small hand
jjamted plaits that rested on smaller
cluny doiles. A delicious salad
course was served consisting of sal
mon salad, hot chocolate, beaten bis
cuits, assorted cakes and ices. A
drawing contest was introduced by
the hostess which was enjoyed by
all. Mrs. Horace Wilson receiving
the honors of being the best drawer.
Mrs. Deberry was assisted in re
ceiving by her mother, Mrs. Baker.
Mrs. Parker had charge of the dining
ivcm, assisted by Mr. Herman De
berry. The club adjourned to meet
with Mrs. Amanda Bumpass on
Twelfth avenue, N., next Monday
MR. MILLER'S DINNER DANCE.
One of the most unique entertain
ments given by the social element
was the dinner dance of which Mr.
Quintard Miller was the host given
last week at the German-American
Hall on Cedar street. The hall was
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion. The one hundred guests were
seated at individual tables. Each
table had a host and hostess. There
were twenty tables.
Each host and hostess had the
pleasure of decorating their own
Mrs. Allen's table was decorated
in Valentine design. Very pretty
indeed were the tables presided over
by Miss B. Madeline Carter und Miss
Coombs. Mesdames Johnson and
Miller and Mr. Payne. Some of the
most charming hostesses and host3
of the evening were Misses Frances
co Coombs, B. Madeline Carter,
Mary Stevens, Lizzie Moore, Lady
Emma Phillips, Messrs. Blackman,
Payne, Palmer, F. G. Smith, Dorsey
Payne, Burke, Mesdames Johnson,
Miller, and Allen.
The following menu was served:
Sherbet and Grape Juice.
Creamed Chicken on Toast. Anchovy
Italian spaghetti with oysters.
Sweet potatoes with cherries and
Hot buttered Rolls. Celery. Russian
Fruit Salad with Cream Dressing.
Cake. Mints. Coffee.
Dancing was enjoyed between the
YOUNG PEOPLES PROGRESSIVE
Tho Young People's Progressive
Club of the First Baptist Church, E.
Nashville met at the residence of
.Mrs. Sallie Parker, Kentucky street.
The meeting was opened wth sons
and prayer. Roll was called. Each
member responded with dues and
Business of importance was trans
acted. Plans were laid for a Valen
tine Party. After business hours
the hostess served a lovely ice course.
The club adjourned. The next
meeting will be February the 6th.
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB
Quite an interesting meetlne- m
held' bv the American Roantv Plnli
Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the home of
Mra r T. Wni.. oa m jv,
street. The meeting was wen
with song and prayer bv the chap
Iain. Mrs. T. V. Putton. and wns
presided over by the president, Mrs.
Thomas Beach. The roll was called
and each member responded with
quotations and dues. After all bus
iness was transacted the hostess
served a delightful two course menu.
After being so delightfully enter
tained by their friends and members
and entertaining their husbands dur
ing the recent holidays. The ladles
have taken on new life. Each lady
seems very much interested with her
new pattern (Hedebo). Among the
many social functions enjoyed by
the friends nnd members of this
nlnh wnt t.hft nnniinl hannnet srivnn
! the club at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Alexander, 5 Lafayette street,
on the evening of Jan. 2nd. This
cosy home was beautifully decorated
for the occasion with flowers made
by the hostess. On entering frappe
was served by Mrs. Edward Henley
and Mrs. Ada Alexander. Receiving
with the hostess were Mrs. Thomas
Beach, Mrs. T. F. Patton, Mrs. Chas.
R. Linston, Mrs. W. H. Patton The
club colors, green and red, were car
ried out in the delicious two courne
The American Beauty Rose cup
was used in the ice course. Each
one was given a favor. The guest
list numbered fifty-six. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. E. Henley
of Flat Rock, Wednesday. February
7th. The word charity is to be used
in a quotation. Each member is re
quested to bring something for the
Mrs. Robert C. Eason was the hos
tess of an enjoyable entertainment
Saturday afternoon, given at her
home on Tremont avenue in celebra
tion ot the eighto birthday of her
little son, Robert Brady Eason. The
heme was beautifully decorated with
flowers. Mrs. Eason was assisted In
entertaining the children by Mes
dames Jos. McCay, Wesley Maney,
Joe Dillard and Miss Georgia Walk
er. The guests weree Jessie Marie
McGavock, Samella Barnes. Emily
C. Hawkins, Melissa Mai Elliot and
Julian McMillan Elliott, Trevania
Lee Pace, Anne Ruth Fitzgerald, Wil
lie Mai McCord, Lavanla Jobe, Vio
let Hill, George Edward Hill, Jas.
Fitzgerald, Joseph Dillard, Walter '.
Dillurd and Booker Dillard, James
Arthur Ballard. Hugh J. Johnson,
Jr., Eugene Clayton, Jr.. Oscar T.
Brooks, Gilbert B. Taylor, Jr., John
Hamilton Taylor, Arthur Turner,
William D. Hawkins, Jr., and Lloyd
W. Hawkins. An ice course was
served from an attractively decorat
ed table having for the icutral orna
ment a lar:;o birthday cuke encircled
with eight lighted tapers.
MALONE -BLADES NUPTIALS.
An interesting welding took place
a l tho parsonage of Clark Memorial
Church Thursday night, Jan. 25tk,
when Mr. S. II. Blade was married
to Miss Malone. After the te c
mony a reception was held at the
bride's residence. The maid of hon
or was Mrs. J. L. Leach, and the
proom's best man was Dr. J. L.
Leach, one of the leading young
physicians of the city. Miss Cora
Maggie Malone is prominent in
church affairs aud the Ladies' Aux
iliary. Mr. Solomon Jl. Blade, the
groom, is a well known man and is
prominent in church affairs. 'He is
the vice president of the Young
Men's Co-operative Club. Over 125
guests were present. A three course
menu was served by Mrs. Cora Saw
yers, assisted by Mrs. W. H. Oden.
SILVER LEAF SOCIAL CLUB.
The young people of North Nash
ville assembled at the home of Mr.
James Overton, 2503 Heffernan
street, Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 23,
1917, to organize what is known as
the Silver Leaf Social Club. , The
following officers were elected; Pres
ident, R. Marcus Odom; vice presi
dent. Andrew Floyd; acting secreta
ry, Andrew Floyd; treasurer, E. E.
Thomas; marshal, William B. Wood
ard; chaplain, Mary Satterfield;
Standing and Special Committees:
James Overton, R. Thurston Thomas.
After organizing the meeting was
opened and ready for membership.
Soveral applications were received
and applicants duly elected. After
some very interesting talks by va
rious members the club adjourned
in due form to meet at the home of
E. E. Thomas, 240S Batavia street,
Tuesday night, Jan. 30, 1917.
FLEUR, DE LIS ART AND
STUDY CLUB MEETING AND
MRS. ELNORA BERRY BARTON
A very pleasant meeting of tho
Fleur De Lis Art und Study Club
was held last Thursday afternoon
at the palatial home of Mrs. J. P.
Crawford. The meeting opened with
the usual form. Mrs. T. C. Moore,
the president, presided. The follow
ing members responded to roll call
with quotations from "Music": Mes
dames Bostic, Boyd, Caldwell, Came
ron. Crawford, Griffin, lladley, Hale,
Harris Johnson MeKissack, Moore,
Singleton and Vasaar. Mrs. M. Mc
Kissack read an excellent paper on
"Woman's Work in Music." Mrs. S.
P. Harris favored the club with n
very sweet vocal solo. The next
meeting will be held at the resi
dence of Sirs. W. J. Hale, A. and
I. State Normal.
At the conclusion of the business
I'our the doors of this beautiful
borne were thrown open to honor
Mrs. Elnora Berry Barton, a sister
of the bosless. who is a recent
bride. The honoree was charmingly
gowned for the occasion and received
a shower of congratulations. From
an artistically decorated table Mrs.
II. A. Boyd served the first course
with tea from an elegant silver ser
vice, while Mrs. J. C. Caldwell serv
ed the ice cou.-se.
About sixty ladies called during
the receiving hours. Mrs. Crawford
was assisted in receiving her guests
by Mrs. H. A. Cameron, Mrs. C. O.
Hadley and her mother, Mrs. Cor
rington. PIANO-FORTE RECITAL
By Toui-gee Albion DelKse. assisted
by Miss Myrtle Otis, Fisk Memo
rial Chapel, Friday, Feb. 2, 1917
At 8 o'clock P. M,
Brahms Rhapsody, Op. 19, No.
Chopin Prelude in B flat
Two Etudes, Op. 25, Nos. 6, S
Nocturne, Op. 48, No. 1
Polonaise, E fliat minor
Schubert-Liszt The Earl King
Mac Dowell Concerto in D minor
Orchestral parts on second piano
i Miss Otis
MOTHERS' COMMUNITY OLUB.
The club met at the usual hour and
the entire evening was devoted to
the W. C. T; U. Mrs. Mary Gray
presiding. Scripture lesson was by
Miss Cushing of the Fireside School.
Mrs. Looper rendered service at the
piano. The contest of the Red and
White Roses being on with the moth
ers of the club, the friends and mem
bers of the W. C. T. U. contributed
to the club liberally. Monday even
ing, February 5th at 8 o'clock sharp
Judge Madison Wetls of the City
Court will speak to he boys, sisters,
fathers and mothers and need none
be afraid to come and listen to the'
Judge. He will not burt the boys
for their past conduct, so come one
Let each Red and White Rose get
busy and win the prize that the
supervisor holds for the 'lucky side.
The Community club Is having some
nice surprises each week. Monday
previous, Mrs. Haynes of Fisk gave
the club a very plain heart to heart
talk on the Orderless Home. It need
not be said that Mrs. Haynes was
mistress of the subject, for all who
know this little woman, know her to
be a modern "Victoria," though
brown in color and small in statue.
The club asks that Mrs. Haynes
JORDAN WELCn DEAD.
Mr. Jordan Welch, one of Lawrence.
Ctfunty's most substantial farmers
nnd respected citizens, died at his
home near West Point Friday. He
was sixty years . old at the time of
his death. He leaves a wife and sev
eral children, among tbem being
John Welch, a student In the dental
department of Meharry Medical Col
lege. '.'-. . '.. .
FEBRUARY 5, 6 and 7, Matinees Tues. and Wed.
Mme. ROSE'S OCTOROONS The greatjst colored Show skce the days of
. Williams and Walker
Big Brass Band -:- Special Syncopated Orchestra
Buy your seats in advance and be sure you don't
We have several poets among the
profession. At times we have repro
duced some verses from the pen of
tnat well known comedian, Salem
Tutt Whitney, now we present a few
verses written by Tim Owsley:
"SAVE YOUR MONEY."
(By Tim Owsley.)
If you had saved in days gone by
When you could and wouldn't try,
Half of each dollar that came your
And layed it by for a rainy day,
Things you wish for now in reason
You could buy in due season.
Now is the time to start, today
Put some of the salary you earn away,
Then when hard times in his daily
With you ever try to talk,
You can give him a scornful look.
The world can say what it please,
But you can rest at ease
When you've got a FAT POCKET
BOOK. These verses present time honored
philosophy, or rather "hard common
sense." We should follow tbem out.
This house still continues to draw
large crowds of patrons. Mr. Roger,
the popular manager is always on
the alert in presenting only the very
best of high class pictures. Each
nisht the attendance is good. The
Alpine is the house you "will eventu
ally attend." It is a house of class
and quality, so get in the habit of at
tending the Alpine.
THE STAR THEATRE.
We are always glad to call the at
tention of our readers to this popular
movie house. Since change of man
agement several weeks ago, Messrs.
T. Clay Moore and W. F. Robertson
have worked hard to bring the house
up to its present standard of service
and efficiency. They see that only
the very best pictures are shown in
their house. Each day some feature
picture is thrown upon the screen
and good crowds take advantage in
attending regularly. The Star Thea
tre is a good place for not only the
children, but for their parents to re
ceive instruction and amusement.
Every Monday, Pearl White can be
seen In "Pearl of the Army." On
Thursdays the popular serial, "The
Secret Kingdom," Is being displayed.
On Saturdays, "The Perils of the Girl
Reporter," are shown.
The Excel still remains extremely
popular with its patrons. This movie
house still retains its policy in pre
senting only the very best of photo
plays. For an hour of real pleasure,
be sure to attend the Excel.
THE BIJOU THEATRE.
MME. ROSE'S OCTOROONS AND
THE GEORGIA MINSTRELS
HERE NEXT WEEK.
Next week will be a big week at
this popular house. Mme. Rose's Oc
toroons and the Georgia Minstrels
will hold down the boards, February
5, G, and 7, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. An unusually large
crowd will greet this popular and
much heralded aggregation of per
formers. This company consists of
about 40 members, and a jolly bunch
they really are, in singing and danc
ing. They are hard to beat and are
among the best in the musical com
Mr. Milton Starr, the popular man
ager of the Bijou believes in giving
the people only the best of pictures,
and when the occasion demands and
an unusally good show is to be had.
he does not fall to let his patrons
receive the benefit of seeing a good
After Wednesday night the house
will return to pictures. "The Purple
Mask" is being shown every Mondav
and "The Lass of the Lumberlands"
is being shown every Saturday. Every
Friday night is known as "Society
Night," and some feature picture Is
shown. The Bijou orchestra which
plays on that night continues to prove
popular with the patrons of the
Helms and Helms are at the Queen
Theatre, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Harry Reed died recently in New
Irving Miller, the "Bronzed Ches
terfield with his bevy of Afro-Ameri
can beauties, with that faclnating
young actress Esther Bigeon, are
playing at the Lincoln Theatre New
York City, fresh from a four weeks
triumph at Gibson's Standard Thea
OCTOROONS AND ORIGINAL GEOR
GIA MINSTRELS COMING TO
Commencing Monday night, Feb
ruary 5, the Bijou theatre will offer
Mme. Rose's Octoroons and Original
Georgia Minstrels, said to be the
best colored organization' since the
days of the famous WlWams and Wlal
ker. The show is at the Gaiety the
atre in Louisville this week and has
been turning- away CTtawds. Conspic
uous among the features will be found
a real "Jazz" band and symphony or
chestra. The first part of the show
consists of an old time minstrel in
terspersed with musical numbers,
augments by the female Octoroon
girl chorus of dancers and singers.
The olio boasts of six versitle
vaudeville acts, the performance clos
ing with a screaming farce, entitled
"Sam Langford in Society," with Geo
Williams as a burlesque Negro prize
fighter. The engagement is for three
day, with matinees Tuesday and Wed
nesday. The company carries elabo
rate" scenic and electrical effects and
a variety .of artistic costumes. Daily
band concerts will be given from a
tallyho through the principal streets
by the "Jazz" band, and during each
performance music will be furnished
by a syncopated orchestra of eight
The Bijou Theatre announces the
coming of "Mme. Rose's Octoroons
and Original Georgia Minstrels. For
3 nights and 2 matinees, commencing
February 5, the greatest colored
show that has toured the country
since the days of "Williams and Wal
ker." In playing their engagement
at the Bijou theatre this great or
ganization for the first time presents
its wonderful performance to an ex
clusive colored audience. Madam
Rose's Octoroons and Original Geor
gia Minstrels is just completing a tour
of all the largest white theatres in
the east and is playing this week at
the Gaiety Theatre, the largest thea -
tre in Louisville, Ky
The "Mme. Rose's Octoroons and
Original Georgia Minstrel" company
is composed of thirty people selected
from the best talent in the country.
Besides this large company, there isl
a special Brass Band of fifteen pieces.!
This band will render free concerts I
in front of the Bijou Theatre previous
to each performance. In addition to
this band this company carries a
special syncopated orehsstra. of ten
The mariatferriGnt of the Bijou The
atre announces that seats are now on
sale for all performances and those
not wanting to miss this great theat
rical treat will avail themselves of
the opportunity to buy seats before
thev are all gone. Remember the
dates, Monday, Tuesday, an.l Wed
nesilay nights, with matinees Tues -
day and Wednesday.
Mason and English, known as the
two Dark Spots on Broadway are at
the Star Theatre, Pittsburg, this week.
Lula Coats and her Crackerjacks
are in Iowa.
Austin and Bailey are in Ohio this
I City stems
Mrs. Daisy Hunter Dickerson left
for Chicago Saturday night after
having spent ten days in Nashville,
during which time she was the guest
of Mrs. H. A. Boyd. I
A thing of beauty, 42 Cedar street
the Great Northern. Opening Mon
day. Be there.
Mr. H. W, Harris, a Junior medi
cal student of Meharry Medical
College, died and was burled this
week. Mr. Harris' home is Peters
burg, Va., and his death was re
garded as a shock to the members of
his class as well as many friends.
Mr. B. T. Page and his mother,
who were indisposed for several
weeks and who were confined at the
hospital, have gone to their home
aud are reported convalescing.
It was learned this week that both
Bishop and Mrs. I. B. Scott were
confined at Hubbard Hospital on ac
count of illness, but their conditions
were reported not serious.
Miss Ethel Cannon of Atlanta, Ga.,
is in the city this week the guest of
Miss Katie A. Boyd. She came to be
fith her brother, W. S. Cannon ,Jr..
who is confined at the Millie Hale
Music and flowers at the opening
of the Great Northern Monday.
Mrs. Emma Battle, of Scovel street,
has been on the sick list for the past
Mr. J. B. Watson, an international
f-wretary of the Y. M. C. A., left the
citv Tuesday on the Dixie Flyer for
Atlanta. ; ;
Henry A. Boyd spent two days In
Atlanta this week.
Rev. S. S. Cumhy, of Columbia,
spent a few days in the city this
A letter from C. A. Dickson brings
information he is "warm and wel
come" in Columbus, Ohio, with his
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of N.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Smiley visited
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Thursman of
Bowling Green, Ky., Sunday and
&pent a pleasant day with friends.
Mr. Ralston Kenan, the Cedar
street printer, is much improved at
this writing after a severe illness of
lagrippe and pneumonia.
Mr. Herman Johnson of Ripley,
who had been spending several days
nere with Mr. Wade Wbodfork and
friends, left here for Memphis Ia3t
Tuesday morning to see his 'relatives.
Mrs. Anna A. Anthony of Atlanta,
Ga., the mother- of Mrs: M". W. Chea-
Monday, Tuesday and
miss the greatest theatrical
tham and Miss Lottie Anthony, has
been in the city for a month. She
will return to Iter home the latter
part of February. Mrs. Anthony has
enjoyed her stay immensely.
Don't forget the grand opening of
the Great Northern Monday.
Mrs. Bessie Woods of 129 Lewis
street, is improving slowly from a
bad attack of lagrippe.
Mr. Eugene Garrette is contemplat
ing leaving the city Thursday evening
at 7:li0 o'clock. First stop at Little
Rock, Ark., accompanied by Miss Mat
tio Walker, who is noted for her
great ability in music, using a violin,
cornet and mandolin. They will be
missing out of our city for one month.
Mr. Garrette mastering a trap drum.
Miss Daisy Martin of Sixth Avenue, i
j South, has recovered entirely from a
i Miss Virginia Steele of 1G23 Patter
son Street is up again after several
Dr. C. C. Johnson spent last Sun
day and Monday in Louisville, Ky.,
Dr. J. A. McMillan has returned to
the city after spending a while in
Texas, where he went to visit his
irs. Harriet McPheters of Chica
go, 111., is in the city visiting her
sister, Mrs. John Finlny, 523 th
Mrs. Ellen Martin of 707 JSwmg
Avenue, who has been very ill is im
MR. BULLA RD HONORED.
Mrs, J. E. Everson gave at her
home, 38 S. Hill St., a birthday an
niversary in honor of Mr. T. Howard
! Bullard of the Senior Medical Class
of Meharry Medical College. The ! meeting and let the cluh women and
social was an evening of pleasure , 'others of Nashville wheel in line
for those who attended. There wasj.,vitii this great natb-nnl body of loy
a large number of the Senior Meili- ;u women who are lifting as tuey
cal Class, together with friends from
Among the friends present were
Misse3 M. B. Sims of Atlanta, Ga.,
E. L. Hendry, D. O. Bennett, Maggie
Eakins, J. L. Boyd, M. L. Perry, Bes
sie Philips; Frances JDavls and
Atiuerson, Sharber, Brown Ham
ilton and others. Among the
doctors present were V. B. Jones,
M. L. Barkesdale, E. E. Blackman,
F. E. Dawson, E. C. Donnalley, J. T.
Gum, D. E. Payne, D. S. Malekebu,
Master of Ceremonies, O. B. Taylor,
S. H. C. Owens, Jr., F. D. Harris, A.
C. Clark, II. O. Lender, F. L. Jack
son, J. M. Hammons, A. N. Vaughn,
J. J. Salter, A. L. Spalding, F. R.
W'hiteman, J. H. Pitman, W, H.
Ramsey, J. H. Wlalls, E. T. Dennis,
W. W. Yerby, W. H. Wright and
The birth hour was ten o'clock.
The tokens were presented with
wishes and expressions for many
long and prosperous years for Mr.
Bullard. There were telegrams and
phone messages from absent friends.
Miss E. L. Hendry and Miss M. B.
Sims read the compliments.
Afterwards a three course dinner
was served. The birthday cake made j
by Mrs. Everson, was a joy to see.
Strange to say that the young ladies
delighted in seeing the candles
and counted tnem over several times
to make sure the age. The hour ar
rived for parting and the guests ex
pressed themselves as having enjoy
ed the evening. They departed
wishing Mr. T. Howard Bullard many
more such birthdays.
HOUSEKEEPERS CLUB HOLDS
Mrs. Hugh J. Johnson, 91 Claiborne
St., was hostess of the House-Keepers
Club on Monday evening. The
club opened in the usual way with
singing and prayer. Mrs. J. H. Har-
lin, president, presiding. The regu
lar routine of business was carried
out after which a tasty two course
menu was served, to the delight of
Miss Eloise Moores had a special
place on the program with a nice
The guests of the evening were:
Mesdames J. H. Hale, T. B. Hardl
man, W. B. Vassar, T. J. Clinnicon,
T. M. BrumfleLd and J. F. Bragg,
Mrs. C. C. Moores. Members pres
ent, Mesdames J. H. Harlin, F. Fos
sie, F. E. Daiwson, M. Gray, J. L.
Leach, Sharpe and Evans Tyree.
. ,THB CITY FEDERATION.
The City Federation will meet
Friday, Feb. 9, at 3 p. m. at the Ne
gro Library, Twelfth' avenue, North.
All members of the' federated clubs
and all members of other clubs are
asked to be present.
There' is a national movement on
hand to buy the home ot Fred Doug
lass. The' women all over the coun
try are taking great interest and
pride In this movement. ' Mr. J. C.
event of the season
LEARN YOUR HOROSCOPE
"t7 0UR life read truly from the crad the cross
Send month and date of birth, a life reading,
for 10c which will make many a secret known
and open a new and successful road before you in
life. Please write plain. Please write plain.
2S35 Lawton Ave., St, Louis, Mo.
PROF. L. T. IIANCOCK.
PUase nienlioB paper.
THE STAR. THEATRE
FOK WEEK OF FEBRUARY 5TiI
MONIIAT, Parl White, in "Pearl of the
TUESDAY, Flower of do Man's land.
WEDNKSU A Y, The Faatomas and Vampire
Tlll'USDAY, "Ihe Secret Kingdom,"
SATURDAY, "The Perils of our Girl Repor
ters." Admission Always 5a.
T. CLAY MOORE, Mgr.
Wl anted Salesmen,
Pre cr men with Clothing. Tailoring or retail
experience to take fh.irije of un agency tor
new proposition to be plai-ed in every county.
No investment rennired. If you can qualify
it means at leiist $.'5 to $-10 weekly; Profitable,
permanent busini ss.
509 So. franklin, CHICAGO,
Napier, who is the treasurer to hold
and give public acknowledgement for
this money will be at the meeting
and set the matter plainly and In
terestingly before the ladies. Any
fine not a member of any club what
ever, who has any interest in this
movement, is cordially invited to
The official program to be carried
out "Fouglass week will be read and
it is ivpod that this program will
tind favor and appreciation and be
carried out successfully by many ot
the clubs, schools and even our
hnrnhna nnd Sunday schools. Let
j us have a large gathering at this
Mrs. G. L. Jackson, PresioPnt.
Mrs. J. H. Hale, Secretary.
J. L. LEACH, A. B,, M. D.( NOTARY,
Dr. J. L. Leach was elected to the
office of Notary Public for a term of
four years by the Davidson County
Court, during its January meeting.
CROWN LONDON LOOKING
A communication received from
Brown London, of Clarksville, Tenn..
wants to know if any one in Nash
ville or any other part, of the coun
try where the Nnshville Globe Is
read, can give him any information
as to the present whereabouts ot
John McCraty, Sam McCraty, Green
McCraty, or eWst McCraty. He says
says these four named men are his
uncles and that they went off with
the army. If any readers of the
Globe can help locate any of these
iour men, please address your letter
to Mr. Brown London, at Clarksville,
Tenn. ' 1 1 ' 1 !
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