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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1S09.
Credit a! the Quality Store EQUAL TO TfllLOIM.lADE Most people find it hard to get together at one time the price of fist-class clothing. Under our CREDIT PLAN you boy the best Lien's, Boys', Children's SUITS AND OVERCOATS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS YOU ONLY PAY $1.00 . $5.00 PER MOUTH Our guarantee to keep your suit In repair for 12 months fa sufficient proof that only the best materials go into our garments. Cash or credit is all the same to us as industrious people pay their debts. MONARCH CLOTHING CO., 403 CHURCH ST. Opposite Maxwell House. SILVER STAR CLUB. Mr. and Mrs. G'. W. Malone, of Straightway avenue, East Nashville, entertained- the Silver Star Club Tues day evening, April 27, 1909. The meeting was opened by song and pray er, after which the roll was called. Each member responded with a quo tation. Dr. J. T. Gilmore made a noble talk and spoke some very en couraging words. A twenty minutes recess was granted by the president during which time cake and cream were served. Those present were: Mrs. G. W. Drapier, Mrs. J. IL Gray, Mrs. Maria Peck, Mrs. Louise Lips comb, Mrs. G. W. Malone, Misses Mar tha T. Driver, Mattie Gary, Minnie Williams, Ethel Lee Grainger, Liz zie Garrett, Messrs. G. W. Rorner,.G. W. Malone, E. R. Climmons, T. W. Ledbetter, J. II. Drew, A. H. Drew. ROSE BUD CLUB. The Rose Bud Club held its weekly meeting at the home of Miss Hattle Turner, 708 Smiley street, Wednes day evening, April 28. The meeting opened with song and prayer. The Club did not transact much business owing to the absence of a large num ber of the members. Music was the main feature of the evening. Late in the evening a two-course menu was served. The next meeting will be at the home of Miss Allie Davis, 714 Winter street. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. Th Cosmopolitan Club, an organ ization of the young ladiss of Jackson Temple, was formed by the pas tor, Rev. E. B. F. Amos, the first of the present year. The object of this club is to beautify the Interior of the church. It holds regular weekly meetings at the different homes on Monday afternoons at 3 o'clock. The first public effort of the club was the coming of Madam Anita Patti Brown, the noted singer, who was in the city a week or so ago, and which was considered by the critical pub lic as excellent from every view point. The club hopes from time to time to bring before the public such a class of entertainments as will be enjoyed by the people, , .. . . b." t .... WANTED TO BE WHITE. A special from Chattanooga saya that Susie Wiggins, an eighteen-year old girl of Chattanooga, is reported to be in a pitiable condition through her effort to change her skin to white. She answered an advertisement which read: "Negroes made white; send no money. I will gladly tell my colored sisters how I became as white as snow." The reply to Miss Wiggins was that all she had to do was to use a $5 bottle of a certain compound and her complexion would change at once to a fine pearly white. She bought the compound and bathed her face with the liquid and as a result is blind for life and will live but a short time, it is feared. will be sold for $5.00 per share until September 30th, 1909. Directors. W. R. Pettiford, President; P. i Clarke, Assistant Cashier; Rev. D. P. Moore, Presiding Elder; J. H. Jones, Successful Merchant and Real Es tate Owner; P. M. Edwards, Secre tary U. B. F. of S. M. T., and Propri etor Washington Hotel; Simon Dink ins, Successful Merchant and Man ager Greenwood Cemetery; J. C. Dif fay, Vice President, Successful Real Estate Dealer, and Proprietor of Dif fay's Barber Shop; R. B. Hudson, Cashier; R. T. Jackson, Endowment Secretary of G. U. O. of O. F.; T. W. Walker, D. D., Pastor Shiloh Baptist Church and President Union Mutual Association. WEDDINGS. Hatton-M ay berry. The wedding of Mr. Robert B. Hat ton and Miss Minnie P. Mayberry oc curred Sunday evening1 at the resi dence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mayberry, 412 Ninth avenue, North., where they will be pleased to Bee their many friends in the future. As the wedding was. a surprise to many there was only a small number of friends present. The out-of-town guests were Mr. James Hatton and daughter, Jannie B., who remained until Monday and left on the four o'clock train for their home at Leb anon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. C. H. Clark. Body-Brown. Miss Beatrice Brown and Alex. Body were united in marriage, Mon day evening at the home of (Mrs. Alex. Boyd, 1037 Jo Johnston avenue, Rev. W. M. Alston officiating. The bride's dress was white silk trimmed In dainty lace. The maid of honor, Miss Elmma Jordan, wore white organdy. Mr. Ernest Body acted as best man. Mrs. Brooks played the wedding march. A number of presents was received. The couple will reside at 1031 Jo Johnston avenue. Hall-Dunlap. On April 28, 1909, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunlap, of 123 Georgia street, East Nashville, the marriage of their daughter, Ver- na L., to Mr. Augusta A. Hall took place before many relatives and friends. Miss Kittle Huffman was hHdpsmflM and Mr William l.Trmnlna NASHVILLE GETS SERVICE. thA wn tVp W ZZ. VZTZ According to a statement made at t,flll Tr?:h nnin 1nQ nvo Q Aa,,Qta JrWmamti sIlk. Tne brIdesraald. wore a white silk. Rev. Geo. W. Bugg offl- MILARY E. HOWSE., PHONE, MAIN 10M HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Ctn Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen. We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. ' 304-306 BROADWAY. NASHVILLE. TENN. COOCKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOCOOO ( THE COPELAND HOTEL THE FIRST.CLASS HOTEL UHY NOT STOP HERE? Ill FOURTH AYENUE, SOUTH IAE SERVE PARTIES. We Serve the Best and Cheapest Meals. You Will Find the Sharing Parlor also convenient . JAMES COPELAND AND MRS. C M. HORTON, Props. PHONE MAIN 2876. CARS PASS BY THE DOOR." ciated. Refreshments were ' served, after which the bride and groom were driven to their home, 629 Steel street. has secured authority for the clerks on Nashville & St. Louis train No. 95 to make separation or distribution of all mail for Nashville, Tenn. Train No. 95, reaching Nashville from St. Louis at 12:17 p. m., brings with it CDVDTltr.fivO Tar rnn T rf f Vi nlinrrn mai,; ara immense mil J well SAN ANT0NI0' THE MECCA' from St. Louis and intermediate Dr. G. J. Starnes, a member of the points. The Chicago mail train, recent International Congress on Tu reaching here at 8 o'clock in the berculosis, Washington, D. C, and morning, has but little mail compara- specialist on all lung and chest dis atively from Chicago, for the reason eases, in addition to the use of the f are DOES YOUR GHUnCIl HEED SEATS 7 DO YOU KNOW THAT COMFORTABLE, CLEAN n pi wm.0) Are a Guaranty to Large Appreciative Congregations? Then, why not ,et us seat your church for you? Tje new style, new design church (Oat is The Cheapest, The Latest, The Most Durable, Hence, it Is the best for churches In moderate circumstances, especially those who want to have something in the way of a seat that Is clean and reas onable In price. Why not send us the New style seat No. 1. Showing back of seat, Note the braces for the back, (seat and legs.) length and width of your church, measur ing from the Inside? We will make up a complete estimate on the cost and the number of seats that It would require to fill your church. We have:installed our new machinery. Hence, we are able to fill your orders with promptness and dls- Eatch. We have made more than five undred estimates on seating churches throughout the United States. We have seated a large number of churches and we have given satisfaction on all occa sion. Let us seat yours. For further In formation write the vl i New style seat No. 1. Front View. S ee the beauty of this piece of furniture. I1ATI0I1AL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,: DR.. R. H. BOYD, Secretary, 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn J that this train leaves Chicago at 6 Nebulizer, Compound Oxygen, and jjext to Yendome Theater. p. m., while the train No. 95 leaves compressed Air, is using the best BUY YOUR SPRING SUIT AND FURNISHINGS FROM. JOB WORSE AIND COMPANY CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 619-621 CHURCH STREET. J Styles Latest,? Trices Moderate. Phyllis wheatley club. The Phyllis Wheatley Club met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Caruthers, 1044 Edgehill avenue, on Thursday evening, April 29. The meeting was opened with song and prayer by Mrs. Hollins, and then all were ready for business. Quite a delightful after noon was spent. Miss Sophia Jack' son entertained the club for a few minutes by reading a very interesting poem. All were proud to witness the presence of Mrs. Bishop Tyree. Aft er the routine of business was over a dainty ice-course was served. HELIOTROPE CIRCLE. The Heliotrope Circle met at the home of Mrs. A. J. Ransom, of South Kayne avenue, Tuesday afternoon, April 27th. Short and appropriate talks were made by several visitors. As there were no literary numbers the circle devoted most of the time to art. After the regular business, WONDERFUL INCREASE IN BANK ING BUSINESS. The Alabama Penny Savings & Loan Co., of Birmingham, Ala., In crease Capital Stock to $100,000. The meeting called for the pur pose of increasing the stock of the Chicago about 10 p. m., and all of the remedies Introduced at that Congress perintendent has been down with mail of the day in Chicago is collect- y the leading medical men of the grjppe and pneumonia for four weeks. ea Deiore mat nour, hence it was very viuiebbion. Sne is now able to ieave ner TOOnL important that the distribution of the we 13 locatea at ban Antonio, Tex- Miss Bessie B. Patton is visiting mail should be made on the train, so as. ine Cliy obsignated Dy the World's relatives and friends In her . Colum that immediately upon the arrival 0f Pieaicai congress m 1836 as one of ha home. the train at 'Nashville the delivery ine Dest ror PePIe suffering with any Miss Mattie Otey is spending her can be made throughout the city. Iorm 01 lun& trouble. Those desiring vacation with relatives and friends io visit mis neaun resort write ur. in Fanklin. r Q. J. Starnes, 324 Commerce street, Miss Hattie Mabson has returned San Antonio, Texas. to her home In Lexington, Ky. Mrs. S. H. Norris is head nurse of COMMISSION OFF FOR LIBERIA, the Mercy Hospital in Greenville, There is general rejoicing over the Miss fact that some hope is now enter- Miss E. L. Yangeblodt Is spending tained for the Black ReDublic of the her vacation at Spelman Seminary, East. The followine is Rent out. bv Atlanta, Ga " I - m A. I 1 f . .. the Associated Press: Miss Aiatuaa ituotea is qoiub uuia WnshiTurtnn Mnv a with nil Mi ing in Tuiiahoma tnis vacation .. , l - " I , , ill, l aiko t, ot t n moTnihpra thf. TTnltorf cjfQtOQ T.iho. ine iouowing nurses are sun m took place March 5. 1909. It was nan Commission and attaches aboard e ""V11 .!r. v::' voted to increase the Capital Stock the scout cruiser Chester sailed txSoA tiAA aaa aa cf mf rwo. ir.j- ti... lise Farmer and Mrs. Addle McLeoa, The Board of Directors reported to day for Monrovia, Liberia. Owing to a.mIVS p,v th Al - - 1 3 il i ..ill 1 .1-0 1. 1 V-ll A1 . A. I HTU Ul. iikiA.wv.x - " - me swcKnuiaers mat, a seiuemeni soiu ueuscis iu uer Doners me scout, ,-.v j 1ctv v v,OTioflt nt thn had been made with them before the cruiser Birmingham, which carried hogpItali 0 should encour- tribution, accruing from Real Estate ny the Chester, but will remain in and a Surplus Fund to be given in port and make renairs. It is ex tne snape of New btocic, to tne uw pcted these will require until May stocKnoiaers, leaving i.uuujju as a mq to comnlete. Then the Birmin Lr-uarantee i-una. inis is in aaaiuon bam will nroceed to Monrovia anrl re- m m m m m. I to tne b per cent umaena aeciarea j0in the Chester. The Chester should at tne regular annual meeting on j an- reach Monrovia next Friday. uary zzna, iaua. We want to place in the hands of the masses our New Stock. Dlvl dends and distributions have been made to the old Stockholders, since the organization of the bank to an amount of over twice the original val ue of the Old Stock. election. All qualified electors are entitled to vote. Protect them in their rights, whether white or black." ENJOYABLE DINNER. On Sunday, May 2, 1909, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson, 715 Sevier street, entertained a few friends at dinner. The dining-room was deco rated for the occasion and in the cen ter of the table was a Jardinler filled witn Deautirui flowers. After the guests had enjoyed themselves- in the parlor, they were called to dinner. A two-course menu was served. Those present were Rev. Wm Haynes, Rev. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. J. liaynes, Mr. Abe Boyd. Mr. Ben. Shelby, Dr. A. M. Townsend, Miss Sallie 'Hughes, Mr. Jesse L. Cheatham, Masters Nathaniel and Gordon Point er, Charley Stephenson and Mrs. Ten- nie Pointer. One of this commission is Emmet J. Scott who is well known in Nash ville. SITUATION IN FLORIDA. Jacksonville. Fla., May 6. It devel ops to-day that since the agitation of the proposed constitutional amend' ment to disfranchise the Negro voters of Florida some of the whites In va rious parts of the states seem to be taking the law In their own hands, This is especially true in the eleo tlons being held throughout the state this week. The following was re MERCY HOSPITAL NOTES. All of the operations during the ceived here by Associated Press Wed- nnst two months have been highly nesday: This fact In itself is sufficient to successful. Most of the cases came Tallahassee, Ha., May 4. xester- the hostess served a very elaborate , .n,. mow smaIt fnr with frnm out towns. day Gov. Gilchrist received telegrams .Vmmv-nV, - - ----- . l,c Postal wa will ho nWo to Mrs. Dav a and MlSS BUCnanan. irom two ciuzens oi oi-imuia uumor luvnuov.u vf.v. " . ... ... il-.i Il A XT rrotor nmflto bnth of Shelbvvllle. are now aoie to aavising mm imi iv&imvivu e&iu ' v. b"-"" V' ""ww. - . . . . I V.J i J I We received deposits and subscrlp- return home ana win ao so m a iew voters were ueiuK picvcuicu. num ttr,c mq ctnr.ir Hv mii.ll n1 1M.T dav8. voting in a local election Demg nem ""Ui " w-v-.. j 1 -- I . . . , . . I , A A 1 I A nor .onf nn Tlm Tnfts ts Wa ReV. J. C. L.OU IS mucn Detter m mat cuuiuy jrstciuay imuuBu tc aaa aa n, iTaTB oinAo Anprntpd lmnn hv T)ra Bovd and threats of violence. Gov. Gilchrist rDA0v0 i.o 'fPntnl. Jefferson. wired Sheriff Nance of Columbia n. r,ma ta tn. hnnM -nA All the simrieal and medical cases County as follows: "Advised mob, by mnnpv insure in th National Recurt- are Improving. mreais, reiubea tu yuimit quiumeu puwer ui rresiaent Tart intervenes tvpnmn, mow Vnrv ThA kw Rtock ' Mrs. Crawford, mother of our su- Negroes to pou tneir votes mi to relieve mm. three-course menu. She used as her color scheme pink and green. These colors were well carried out, both In the menu and decorations, being very artistically arranged. The visitors were Mesdames T. II. Rhodes, E. W. S. Hammond, A. B. Morris and Gray. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. D. Richmond, 1625 Phillip street, Tuesday, May 11th. BAPTIST- WEEKLY MINISTER'S MEETING. The regular weekly meetlne nf the Baptist ministers was held at the chapel of the Baptist Publishing House, Monday morning. An In creased attendance was notlronhio The usual report of . churches was made after the roll call which accor ding to Dr. Townsend's new order those " present answered with Bible quotations. The reports of revivals were encouraging In every respect. PEONAGE CASE. The case of one W. S. Harlan, gen eral manager of a lumber company operating In Alabama, which came up to the United States Supreme Court on appeal from the Federal District Court of Northern Florida, where he was convicted of peonage, sentenced to one year's imprisonment and fined $5,000 was confirmed. He must pay the fine and serve out his term of Im prisonment, unless the pardoning