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THE -NASHVILLE G,LQBE FRIDAY,,. NOVEMBER. 19,. 1909,
T FELIX S. WHITE. Special attention given to Kx'g and ni"ving ria anos, packing furniture, prunes, glass ana china ware, etc., lor shipment. WE MOVE, FACE, STORE; AID SHIP. I am Daily Found on Deaderkk St., Dtttveei Fourth and Fifth ires. lesura Wagons fur Heir. TELEPHONE, MAIN 2 1 SI icoisville & Nashville R. R. tfew Union Station. City Ticket onire, 2i Fourth ave., .'orth. Telephone ilaiu 758 Leaves. Anivei. liOuisville & Cincinnati. :47am :.':l.aiii LouiBTine 6c Cincinnati 7 :66am S:'7am Louisville & Cincinnati 8:Otipm H Snpiu Louisville Acoom'oda a12:-"'pm a3 05pm KTansvillo & Chicago 3:6"am i:(fam ICvansviiIti & Chicago,.. . 7:4npm 8:10ara Kvansyille & St. I .on is 8:67ym 2:05am Evansvillo & St, Loins 7:Mam a8:10pra Kvansvilla & St Louis... ...7:4uvra 8 :10a in BirminftlKi m, Mom'oni ery, MobUe and New Orleans 2:U5vn ; :37am Birmingham, Mentgom- e'f, Mobile auct iNew Orleans 8:4."am 7 :25pm Nashville Scottsrille AcO'mnu .itian 3:10pm l:16am Nashville & Hartsvilla Acoorumodatioa 5:lPpra f7:50am Hopkinsville Aecom'oda... a5 :45pm 10:00am NashTi!'; & Clarksvilie Accommodation 4:16pm t8:l7am Nashville & Decatur Ac commodation 8:50pm 10:10am Columbia 8c Mt. PUki'.nt.. 8:50pra 7:'25pra Columbia, Florence, Sheffield, & Tusonmbia..7:40am 8:00pm Daily. tlily exeept Sunday. a Stop! at North College-street station. Train arming at 4:6ft p.m. runs from Ml pleasant eniy. Train arming at 7:45 p m brings conneo (Hons treat Tuseumaia and Florence. E.O. WILLIS, W. HAL. MONTAIKB, pistriet Pass. Agent City Ticket Agent v.,G.f: Si.L.Pty. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE to Maxwell House, Corner Churrn Street and 4th Are., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leave West and Nortkweit Arrive 7 :00am -Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 6:8cpna ducah, St. Loula, eon conuects for OntreTille (!) M5 i raducah, Hickman, 15Jpm Jackson IbiOpm Wayerly Accommodation, 8:0oam 8:00pni "Dixie Flyer" solid train 8:06am to St. Louis. U:30pm Memphis and Hickman :60m SOUTH AND KAST. fc24am Chicago and Florida. M Limited. 9:30am St. Louis-Jacksonville fcWps "Dixie Flyer." Con nections (!) for all branch line points. VA17pm Chicago, Jacksonville.... 9:20pm "Dixie Flyer." Solid train. Dining cars. 3:50pm Chattanooga and the lo-.BOant KaHt. Connections (!) for Shelbyrille, Sparta, Fnyett vllle. Huntsvllle, Tracy City, South I'ittsburg. C00 p m Tullahoma Aceommodn- !8:15am tlon. Connects ior Shelby -vllle. . S:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta, 6:35am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. 17:00am Lebanon Mixed liWiam Lebanon Kxpress r2:10pm iioum Lebanon Accommodation. !ii.40pm Rj.oopm Lebanon Accommodation . !8:30am "ally. !Dal)y except Sunday, v. M. 1 1 UNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. tV. L. DAN LEY, O- P. A., Union Station. TEM. CENTRAL R. R City Ticket Oflice, No. 1 Arcade, 117 FOURTH ATE., Jf. ' 'PHONE, Hi. IX 209 Station, foot of Broad street. Effective March 14, 1908. ' Depart Arrive. Nashville to Hopkinsville- 8:05 a. m. 7:05 p'. m Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 p. m. 9:30 a. m (Lebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. 2:10 p. m Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. 6:45 p. m Kncxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. 6:15 a. m Monterey Shopping Train 4 00 p m. 10:00 a. m ILebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. 7:50 a. m Daily (Daily except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Karriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East. Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East and South east H. W. TYSON, C. T. A. ERIC TATOM. P. A. THEO. A. ROUSSEAU, a A.P D. VELLII1GT0II BERRY, Public Stcnograher and Newspaper Correspondent, IIPUR COURT, (up stairs) ROOS 8, Phn lain, 1477 WILLIAW TISDALB Colored Agent for , DAVID J. KUHN, DRUGGIST, Will call to your home with a complete line of Toilet Articles, etc, etc. Call him. PHONES M 1178 or 4035 whea you wish to see him. He will take pleasure in showing you his line of goods. . ... SUNSHINE-NOTES.-. The Christian Workers'' Foreign Missionary Society was highly enter tained .by an excellent address from Dr. N. II. .Tilts, Superintendent of the Teacher-Training Service, conducted by the National Baptist Publishing Board, on '"Dignity of woman's service in the religious world." The fourth Monday night thi3 month, which is November 22, the society will have special prayer and praise service for their workers on the Held. All are cordially invited to take part in this service; if you ca. not be present at the meeting we ask that you join us in prayer wherever ; ou are for those working on the field. The Workers' Conference met on its usual day, the second Monday in the month and begun its Bible study on the "Judges in Israel." Very interest ing points were brought out. We hope more will join us in the study of these lessons. Miss Blanche Ridgley, one of the substitute teachers, is rendering very efficient service in our office at this time. Mrs. Jennie Porter, of Columbia, Tenn., is expected in this week to join us in the many duties awaiting us. Mrs. Lizzie Watts Hall, of West Nashville, one of the Fireside School's former Secretaries, was in to see us a while Monday evening. Sister Moore is visiting in Colum bus, O., and plans to leave for Boston, Mass., before she looks southward. We wish for her a pleasant and profit able visit. I am sure the many friends will be glad .to know she is keeping in fairly good health. MOUNT BETHEL SEATS IN STALLED. The dedicatory services of the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church were held last Sunday evening at 3:30. The exer cises were interesting, and while Tiot largely attended, were a financial suc cess. Rev. E. M. Merritt, the pastor, had been confined to his home for more than two months, having sus tained an injury while away conduct ing a meeting in the country. Tht members who had been at work had agreed to rally in earnest. The serv ices were opened by a chorus frorr. the First Baptist Church choir, of East Nashville. Then Rev. C. H. Clark conducted the Scripture reading and Rev. P. A. . Alexander led In praya?. Another song was sung by the choir and remarks, concerning the progress of the church and the way that the Baptists have managed to succeed in this city, were made by Dr. Clark. A duet was rendered assisted by the choir. Rev. J. M. Moore, pastor of the Third Baptist Church, preached the installation sermon, taking as his text: "Go into my vineyard and work and whatsoever is right that will I pay you." lie preached a splen did sermon which was well received. After the sermon, prayer was offered by Rev. J. Tunstall, and a collection of $27.00 was lifted. Rev. Merritt, al though crippled, made some remarks The services at night were more large ly attended, and something near $100 was the result of the day's effort. SURPRISE PARTY. A very pleasant surprise party was given laft Thursday evening, Novem her 11, by tlio Fleur-de-Lis Art Club in honor of their president, Mrs. L. II Lewis, before her departure to Flor ida. The following members met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Single ton, where they went in a body to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis: Mesdames A. G. Price, . A. M. Town- send, II. A. Cameron, W. R. Baker, C O. Hartley, S. E. Griggs, D. A. Hart, A N. Johnson, S. P. Harris, Ross Moore, J, B. Singleton and R. II. Voorhees. Many parlor games were indulged in, among them a peanut contest, in which the prize was won by Mrs. Voor hees, who in turn with a snort speech presented it to the honoree. The booby prize resulted in a tie between Mesdames Hart and Baker, which was finally drawn by Mrs. Baker. A mu sical programme was rendered. Mrs. C. O. Iladley.'ini her pleasing way, made a farewell speech to the presi dent, after which she presented the honoree with sentimental post-cards from each member or the cluh with her address attached. An ice-course was served. The parting song, God be with you till we meet again," led by Mrs. Moore, was sung. A2ALIA ART CLUB. The Azalia Art Club was charming ly entertained Moniday evening- by Miss Susie Bonds, of 709 South Eighth street. After the routine of business two new names were pre sented the club for membership, Mrs. Wm. Hotise, of Sevier street, and Mrs. Thos. Wilson, of South Seventh street Miss Bender served the club with delightful refreshments. Those present to enjoy the occasion were Mrs. Henry Ransom, Mrs. Thoma Ridley, Mrs. Watson Boyd, Mrs. Alex. Kirk, Mrs. Cynthia Boyd, Miss Don riie Smith, Misa Bender, MIsa Mollie E. Snowdea The next meeting "will be with Mrs. Watson. Boyd .on Decem ber Cth. v : ... CLOSES SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL. Rev. Robt. Tiige, pastor of Mt. Gil ead Baptist Church, lias been lnado happy and proud of the revival serv ices .held., at his church this. season. Gcd lias been in and around South Nashville for three weeks. Rev. F. Bell, A. -B.,- B. D., who is one among the best revivalists that Nashville has ever witnessed, preached the gospel. He had crowded houses each night. Rev. Page closed his meeting Sunday night with converts, 34; additions to the church, 28; baptized, 17. A glo rious baptizing was enjoyed by every one. Rev. F. Bell will preach Sunday at Mt Gilead. A rally for the benefit of the church will be held under the management of the Ladies Aid, of which Mrs. E. J. Cunningham is pres ident and Mrs. Vinia Pacey, secretary. A program will 'be rendered before services. Come one and all and help us out. HELIOTROPE CIRCLE. The Heliotrope Circle hold its first meeting of the season at the residence of Mrs. J. B. Battc, Stevenson ave nue. The following members were elected officers for the ensuing year: Mrsf J. B. Batte, president; Mrs. J. Hale, vice president; Mrs. Shelby, secretary; Mrs. J. H. Kelly, assistant secretary; Mrs. C. A. Cannon, treas urer; Mrs. W. N. Hill, critic; Mrs. Ed Buford, journalist; Mrs. Andrew Cheatham, reporter. A three-course menu was served. The Circle met with Mrs. C. A. Cannon Tuesday, No vember 9. After 'business followed a discussion of the different pieces of work. The hostess served a delicious two-course menu. The next meeting will be with Mr . A. Cheatham, G26 Sixth avenue, 'South. CRISPUS ATTUCKS. By John Boyle O'Rielly. (To be Continued.) When the bullets leaped from the British guns, no chance decreed their aim: Men see what the royal hirelings saw a multitude and a flame; But beyond the flame, a mystery; five dying men in the street While the streams of severed races in the well of a nation meet! O, blood of the people! changeless tide, through century, creed and race! Still one as the the sweet salt sea is one, though tempered by sun and place; The same in the ocean currents, and the same in the sheltered seas; Forever the fountain of common hopes and kindly sympathies; Indian and Negro, Saxon and Celt Teuton and Latin and Caul PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB. All members of the Phyllis Wheat ley Club will please ocerve the club's custom on Thanksgiving Day, to senc dinner to the nearest needy, aged or sick person. Take sunshine into some lonely chamber. Let us ever re member that our blessed Master wen about doing good. The regular meet ing of the club will he on Friday, No veniber 2b instead of on Thanksgiv ing day, with Mrs. A. T. Ransom, 928 .Morrison street. All members are urged to be present. Don't forget the time, 3 o'clock Friday, November 20, and place, 92G Morrison street, with Mrs. A.- T. Ransom. MRS. G. L. JACKSON, President, MRS. J. II. HALE, Secretary. Y. M. L. CLUB. The Y. M. L. C. met at the home of Mr. Joseph Johnson discussing -as usual the many important-questions which come within its bounds. Our debate, which is, to bo held at an early late, was discussed; ar.d its partici pants are hard at work making the necessary preparation. Next in or der was our program, consisting of numbers from Tennyson's collections, Eulogy of "Tennyson's life," II. J. Stockard, "Enoch Arden" being very beautifully illustrated by Mr. J. E. Johnson; "William and Mary," Mr. Douglass; "Death of Lord Welling ton," Mr. Klnzer; reading of current events, Mr. Bond. Critic,. Mr. Frazier. The meeting closed to meet at the res idence of Mr. E. L. Kinzer, 29 North Hill street. .All members are request ed to be present. ' ' MRS. ROBERTSON, HONOREE. Mrs. Alfred Womack entertained de lightfully Mond'ay afternoon at her residence, 2024 ' Herman street, with a buffet luncheon in honor of Mrs. C. Banks Robertson, of New York. The house was artistically decorated in potted plants, "ferns and cut flowers, with the prevailing color , pink and white. A . three-course menu was served. The guests were Mrs. C. B. Robertson, Mrs. Melvin Hayes, Mrs. Bandy, Mrs. C. It Clark, Mrs. Whitti ker, Mrs. A. L. Voorhies, Mrs. Isaac Body, Mrs. Overton Woodard, Mrs. Robt. Frierson, Mrs. Robt. Wingfleld, Mrs. James Davis, Mrs. Louis D. Bum brey, Mrs. James Dozier, Misses Gleaves and little Misses Ruth Ellen Bandy and Lucile Dozier. ' . BANK OIR There ar thirty-seven Nsto teka business in the United States. Tney by Negroes and are scattered tfcroug In the South. The names, locaUoas, some of them are given below. OSE-CENT SAVINGS BA5K Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only insti- . . r , , 1 1- XUllOn OI IIS KlllU 111 icuucsacc R. H. BOYD. President. J. W. BOST1CK. Vice-President J. C. NAPIER. Cashier, C N. LANOSTON, Tellet. 411 Fourth Ateiiue, North, VJSUTTLLE, TENNESSEE, THE PEOPLE'S 0YESTME5T ASD BUKBQ COMPANY. BIRMIXU1I1H. 1LA. Capital Stock. $10,000.00. Doing a regular bankiag business. Col lections solicited. Depository lor tn Great Southern Industrial Home Insur ance Company. W. L LAUDERDALE, President DR. R. D. MACKL1N. Vice President A. D. JORDAN, Cashier. THOS. A. HARRIS. Tearan4 acting Cashier. Union Savings Bank, YICK5BURG, MISS. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Boa inesa Solicited. H E. CONNER. M. D., President 7. a H. BOWMAN. First Vice President THOS. DILLON. Second Vice Presides T.a EW1NOJR., Cashier. O. M. MelNTYRE, Assistant Cashier. DANK OF MOUND B1Y0U. MOUND B1I0U, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. J2ft W. FRANCIS. President. W. T. MONTGOMERY, Vies PrttUsl CHAS. BANKS, Codlor. HKMcCARTY CHAS. BANKS. J.W FRANCIS. H. A. GODBOLD. S. At MO ROAM, W.T.MONTGOMERY. C. R STRINGER. E. W. LAMPTON. B.H.CRESWELL ALABAMA MM SAVi(iS CASK. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPHAL STOCK. $25,000.00, Tf. ft. Phtooob, Prentiss, t. J O. Dxnraf, Tloe Pts46L P. f . Cll&k, iuuclsta&t CasiK. 217 fierth ElghUMCt Street People's Dank and Trust Co. Capital $25,000 Ml'SKOfiO; 0KUH0.U . F"r Cant Intareat ... On Time i jopoaltn, Deposits Guaranteed. T Emi I'mident. J. F. Joiinson, Cashier. LODGE PROSPERING. East Star Lodge, No. 20, one of the leading Masonic Lodges in the city, reports marked growth of its mem bership and a healthy financial condition. Their financial show ing during the last twelve months, is remarkable. The year's work showed ifp as never before in the lodge's history, after a year's hard work by the Master, with the assist ant of the Senior and Junior War dens and the Secretary, M. V. Buford, the lodge cleared its books of all old debts and burials, together with other small accounts. CARD OF THANKS. Mrs. P. A. Washington wishes to thank her friends for their many kindnesses and beautiful floral offer- j Ings at the death of her husband. MISS HARRIET GILES DIES IN ATLANTA. News of the death of Miss Harriet A. Giles, President and founder of Spelman Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia, reached Nashville last Saturday. Miss Giles was one of the northern women who came south years ago to begin the work of helping to educate the emancipated slaves. She decided that since so much was being done for the freedman, she would direct her efforts and energy toward helping tho girls and women of the race, and she set about to establish a: sthool for them. EGTOR.Y. and insrJtutioa doing a balf art owned aa operated cxchssiveJ? hout the several states, prlaetpalry aad other Information coa serving St. Luke Penny Savings LtanK MCLI3I0XD, VI. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable In any part o U- S. for sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 Tor Cent. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER, EMMETT C. BURK1 President Cashier. The People's Dime Savir? Cai.l and Trust Association. Staunton, Va. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00 SHARES $5.00 EACH. Collections and out-of-town busmesg solicited. Interest paid on time depoaiij $AM'L LINDSAY. President C P.. POINTS. Vice President t, i9cklont Cashier. '.Ass't Cashier. Savings Bank of ih Grand Fountain United Order of Trne Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... 185,000.03 PeP8its 306,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.00 Total business to date . 1 3,028,800.00 Tnterest paid on c'sposits. "The L Jtematic Saving hal t is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits sr liclted. W. L. TAYLOR, President ME PINY SAVINGS ML COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Buainesa. Cttb lections Solicited. f. L MITCHELL President ft H. E. ROBERTS. Vice President J. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. a A LITTLEJOHN, Assistant ' DIRECTORS-Dr.T.V.JoaeaJ. M. fcxri W. A. ATTAV AY, M. D Trei. W. W. COX, Cashier. W; H. COATS, Vice Pres. M. B. Bl RNTT f . Ass't CisMc Ma' Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ a.,000.00 RESOUBCKS OVEU .. $100,000.00 Does a General Ranking Business. Makes Loan on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposits, Collects Rent. Pays Taxes. Handles Real Sstate. Btc. Correspond with us. Your Business, ho- "ver cii-.n ;- ...i;r.;i,i U',. !.,., i. ... . ...... 11.111, 1.7 .piiliuu. w m i ujr i um i-Jia tviu 'ic. on Tiire Deposit 1NDIAS0LA, : MISSISSIPPI. Lincoln Savings llanli YICKSBUKO, MISSISSIPPI. hlWvm) Ca;ii:.:!, $'Mh!i).I!0.;;'. ' First moneyed Institution i!i:in;i'ti colored lncM in jNilssisipi I. Constantly growing, con.starril? 1 v ' ' -jjood. - 1oci general lwinklnn 1nisin s . , Stock for Sale. $5.00 pu- Shiti- W. K MOLMSnN, I'rosWlmt, li. F. LAC'KV.Vlco-Prcsfilt'nt. M. Z. MOLLltSON, Cashier. ' The reward of her years of labor ,was crowned with brilliant success as can be seen from the groat. Spelman Semi nary that stands as a monument in the city of Atlanta. Miss Giles' death was quite a shock, as none of her friends in this city knew of . her ill ness. The Seminary and the Atlanta Baptist College suspended all school work for two days out of respect for the dead principal. Sad, but impres sive services were held over the re mains Saturday, after which they. were shipped to the home of her childhood, Athol, Mass., for enterment. More than 400 . girl students at the Sem inary and 230 students of Atlanta Baptist College, the faculty from these two great schools, with Atlanta Uni versity, Clark University and Gammon Theological Seminary and the citizens of Atlanta were quite grieved over the death of this good woman. NOTICE. The Nashville Globe is constantly receiving lengthy obituaries from Its many readers. We would like to publish all of them, because . we know that the people expect to see them , in the Globe, so in order to give each of them space, we have made a special price of 25 cents per inch for all these, in order that we might run them all without Incurring their displeasure by having to leava out some. If it becomes paid mat ter, It Is alwaj-s given precedence over ordinary news items.