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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910.
7 Louisville & llashville R. R, Sew Union Station. City Ticket Office, 224 Fourth to., North. Telephone Mam 768 Leaves. AniTCl. LoalSTille & Cincinnati..3 :47am a :15am LvaiSTill St Cincinnati 7:6ftam 8:27am Loniiville & CiBcinnati 8:00pm 8 35pm LoaiivilU Accow'da...-a12:2flpin a3 05pm KranSTiHa & Chicago 3 :67am l :05am KTaasviila & Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am EransTilU A St. Louis 8:67am 2:05am UvamiTill St. Louis.... a7 :30am a8:10pm EfaniTillaJtSt touii 7:40pm 8:10am Birmingkam, Matgom err, Mtbile and New Orleans ....2:25am !.:37am Birmingham, lUntgom eri, Mvbila and New Orleans 8:45am 7:25pm HasbTille Scottsrille Acc"mmc .itioa 3:19pm 19 :15am KashTille A Hartsville Accommodation 5:10pm tt :50am Hopkinsville Aecom'oda...a:46pm 10:00am Nashrilli A ClarkcTlue Accommodation 4:16pm 1 8 :17am NaiiTille&Decator Ac commodation 8:50pm 10:10am Ootambia & Wt. Flakimt.. 1 :50pm 7:25pm OolBBibia. Flor, Sktffle.d. JK Tusoubia..7 :40am 4:00pm Daily, IDMj xcentSnnday. Stops at Korth Coflefo-itreet station. Train arririnf at 4:U p.m. rnns from MU (Jleasant oaiy. , , Train armm t brings connso ipni fro Taicambia and Florence. K O. WAIXU, TT. HAL. MOITAIWI , WrtrtetPaia. Aeat OUf Tioket Rea4 M.,e.&SU.Ry. TICKET OFFICES OTNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE Ho Maxwell House, Corner Churcj) 8tret and 4th Ave., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Nerthwest Arrives 7:00am Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 6:85pm ducah, St. liOuiB, con conuects for Ontro7lll (!) 2:15. i-raducan, Hickman, 152pm J QOU, fi:ipra Waverly Accommodation, 8KXam 8:00pm "Dlxi Flyer" Bolld train :06am to St. Louis. ll:30pm Memphis and Hickman 6xflam SOUTH AND EAST. 1:24am Chicago and Florida 3;13aBa Limited. "9-50a m St. Louis- Jacksonville fc5opna 'Dixie Flyer." Con- npi Chicago, JstkcorviUe.... 3:20pm S)xt Flyer." S : " ' aiD. Dinliif rars, C-U:30pm Jhattnacga tnI nfoOanr East. Connections (!) itf Shelbyvllle, Sparta, Fayett vllle, Huntsvllla, Tracy City, South Pittsburg, p m Tullahoma Aceommoda- 18:15am tlon. Connects for Shelby- Q-SO p m Chattanooga, Atlanta fl:35am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. :00am Lebanon Mixed :8:25am Lebanon Express I2:10pm :00pm Lebanon Accommodation !6.40pm .tWpm Lebanon Accommodation . !8:30am "ally. IDally except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLBY, G- P. A Union Station. TEI. CENTRAL I!. R City Ticket Office, No. 1 Arcade, It7 FOUITH ATI., If. 'PHONI, MAIN 809 Station, foot of Broad street. Effectrre March U. 1908. Depart. NashTille to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. Nashtille to Hopkinsville 5:30 p. m, ILabanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. Knoxville Nicht Express 9:30 D. m. Arrive. 7:15 p. I 11:01 a. 2:10 . 6:45 p. 6:15 a m Monterey Shopping 1 ram 4:00 p m. iu:w a. I Lebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. 7:50 a naU ID.iiW freer Sundav. Train leaving Nashville at 8 JO a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway trom Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with throui h sleeoine cars to points bast Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway front Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points bast ana sauin east H. W. TYSON. C T. A. THEO. A. ROUSSEA O. A. P TOf PHONE MAIN 4943. RES. 1603 PHILLIP STREET PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SAPB AND mftCHIIN ERY HAULING Special attention given to boxing and moving pi anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and china ware, etc., lor shipment WE MOVE. PACK, STORE AND SHIP OFFICE 816 6tb ATE., N., COB. DKADKBICK. Pleasure Watfons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Orderi Promptly Filled. - Neatly furnished Room. Telephone. Main 2830. R0BT. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 Jo Johnston AveM Nashville, Teno. EE KCIIS'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY Not over 15 per cent Alcohol FOR THE RELIEF OF ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM . . rt Such as: IiBiimmatory, Muscular, Sciatica, Me. DAVID J. KIDS, Druggist n Cor. Cedar and 12th .. t : Mashville, Tenn. Phones 1718 and 4034 NEGRO WOMEN. (Continued from Page 1.) I feel that were I a Mrs. Mary Church Terrell, a Mrs. Booker T. Washington, a Miss Elizabeth C. Carter, a Mrs. N. E, Whiteman, a Mrs. F. F. White, who responds to this wel come or any oae of our women of note, that I would be able to couch my thoughts and greetings of welcome in beautiful words and phrases that would delight and please your expec tant ears and aesthetic tastes. I am only an humble woman from the humble walks of life, but I assure you that no heart beats with a hear tier welcome to you and with greater anxiety and love for the betterment of humanity in general and woman hood in particular than does this heart of your humble servant. While I am not able to express this welcome In gilded words and flowery terms I do attempt it in words coming forth from a heart that purposes to stay in touch with the blessed Mas ter and with all good and true women who are trying to "Lift as they climb." Fifteen years ago a precious little club seed wa9 sown by the tender hand of Mrs, C. S. Smith. This little seed chancing to fall upon good ground, took root downward, sprang upward and began bear ing precious fruit. Later on another seed was sown with the same happy results. Again and again a seed was sown and now we nan boast of more than a score of clubs all working along beneflcia lines. Last year the formation of the City Federation was undertaken. I am delighted to say to you in the sim ple words of this welcome that twelve clubs have united in this City Feder ation and they all bid you welcome The Fleur-De-Lis, Nonpariel, Helio trope, Housekeepers, Maxeshal Niel and Myrtle Leaf Art clubs have laid aside their needles and hours of pleas ant association and are here to bid you welcome. The Phyllis Wheatley, Day Home, A M. Ev Union, and Ladies Christian Aid club3 that work along charitable lines have left off their almsgiving and tender oversight of neglected children, dependent old people and over-burdened mothers and have come to bid you welcome. Tho Sentiment Moulding Movement which is trying to mould a better sen timent for our people and to impress the public mind with our true worth they, too, have come to bid you wel come. The H. T. G. iM., a social club has come to spread happiness and good cheer and to ' share in extending this welcome to you. As the mighty oak springs from the tiny acorn so has this tiny club seed planted on the peaceful banks or me Cumberland fifteen years ago, tow ered upward increasing in vigor and strength until now it stands in all its glory as a City Federation, having for its branches twelve active clubs, all hnsv in the uplift of humanity. The gentle zephyrs playing through these branches make music as they sway back and forth. What is the burden of their songs? You are welcome! We feel it an honor to welcome this representative body of -cultured Chris tian women of our race to the hospi tality, the freedom and other ex cellences of our homes, of, our churches and of our beloved city. We are honored by your presence and we believe that in the mutual ex change of ideas and in the council and deliberations of this distinguished body, representing the federated clubs of colored women of the State of Ten nessee, we shall accomplish great good and that your presence will arouse us to greater and nobler efforts to "Lift as we Climb." Our hearts overflow with the love and fellowship that our feeble tongues essay to express. As we look into your faces we are inspired with the hope that untold benefits and undreamed of achieve ments will mark this meeting an epoch and render this occasion a pi oneer movement in the progress of our race throughout this great com monwealth of Tennessee. Nashville is a proud city. The boasted Athens of the South. We are proud of the public enterprise and of the public spirit of our citizens. Proud of our Mayor who has always shown an interest in all the people both black and white. We are proud of our preachers and churches, proud of our institutions our public schools, our Walden, Roger Williams and Fisk University proud of our business men and women; our professional men and women; proud of the tradi tions and historic interests that hallo our hearth-stones. I assure you that nothing gives us more pleasure and makes our hearts swell with greater nride than to receive as our honored guests the flower and blossoms of the State of Tennessee in the personnel of this distinguished body. May every moment of your brief stay with us be filled with happy service, enjoyment and pleasure; and may the ties and in terests that , bind us cement into wider and stronger bands of service fellowship .and Mo-p that shall never be broken. And when our worK 01 love and service have been faithfully performed and we have crossed the bars and find ourselves standing at the beautiful gates of pearl, may your dear president and you and all of us receive a well deserved wel come from Uod our Father into the beautiful home of the soul. Believe me when I say to you in all sincerety and love you are welcome welcome, thrice welcome. Official Heaas. There was not much change made in the Hist of old officers to the State Federation of Women's Clubs that recently closed its sessions here at the First Baptist Church, but there were some offices created. Most of these new creations were promptly filled by the Nashville contingent. there being four prominent places given to the Nashville delegation. Those elected to fill the offices for the ensuing year were as follows: President, Mrs. N. E. Whiteman, Mem phis; First Vice, .Mrs. G. L. Jackson, Nashville; Second Vice, Mrs. J. B. Sublett; Third Vice, Mrs. J. B. Murray, Jackson; Fourth Vice, Mrs. F. F. White, Memphis; Corresponding Sec retary, Mrs. F. P. Cooper, Memphis; Recording Secretary, Mrs. W. A. John- son, Jackson; Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Henry A. Boyd, Nashville; Treas urer, Mrs. Susie J. Carter, Nashville, There was also an executive commit tee of twelve names with Mrs. G. L Jackson as Chairman of the National Federation Delegates. One of the most impottant acts of the State Federation of Clubs was the selection of delegates to the Nationa Federation which is to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, July 10-12. This high honor of representing the Vol unteer State in the councils of the National Federation of Women's or ganizations was distributed among three of Tennessee's , leading club workers. The selection will mean that the Tennessee federation will have as able a delegation attending this meeting in the Blue Grass State's metropolis as those coming from any other state. This trio will be com jCEed of Mesdames G. L. Jackson, President of the city, federation of clubs and president of the Phyllis Wheatley Club, J. C. Napier, presi dent of the Day Home Club, both of this city, and N. El Whiteman, presi dent of the State Federation. Aside from these regular elected messen gers, quite a crowd from Nashville, Jackson, and Memphis, are contem plating attending the meeting. Al ready about ten of the club workers have signified their willingness to make up a special party and invade the great city of Louisville during this meeting. The party invites any member of the various ladies' clubs ?n tho city to join in making up a delegation that will represent the real club life of NashviHe.i Delegates from Nashville Clubs to the State Federation. Day Home Club Mesdames J. C. Napier, I. B. Scott, Susie L. Carter, and W O. Tate. A. M. E. Ladies Union No. 1 Mes dames W. T. Hightower, Harriet Campbell and W. H. Porter. Ladies Christian Aid No delegate Sentiment Moulding Movement Club Airs. S. E. Griggs. H. T. G. M. Club Mesdames Henry A. Boyd and Rebecca McCants-Glover, Myrtle Leaf Art Club No delegate, Woman's Supply Club that joined the federation during its session Mrs Lucinda Peyton. Fleur-de-lis Mesdames J. W. Bos tic and S. P. Harris. Nonpariel Club Mesdames J. A McMillan, J. II. Adams. Heliotrope Club Mesdames M. B. Buford and J. P. Crawford. Housekeeper's Club Mesdames W. A. Laws, M. A. Saunders. Mareshal Neil Club Mrs. W. A Warfieild Phyllis Wheatley Club Mesdames J. H. Hale, Evans Tyree, A. J. Bright, William Wilson. Misses Esther J. Pinkard and Sophia A. Jackson. The delegation was augmented by the individual membership of Mrs. P. Tt. Rurrus who became a member of the state federation. - Day Home Club. Miss Sarah Wells was instrumental in the organization of the club. The first meeting was held at the home o Bishop and Mrs. C. H. Phillips. Be fore organization was effected, it was thought best to advertise the object by going from church to church, ar.d too. this prevented the idea or denomt nation playing any part. This, to" caused the enrollment of many names that have ended just where they be gan. Permanent organization was ef fected January 18, 1906, with the fol lowing officers: Mrs. J. C. Napier, President; Mrs. I. B. Scott, Vice-Pics ldent; Mrs. A. B. Carter, Secretary; Mrs. W. O. Tate, Treasurer. At each year's election it has been thought best to retain or re-elect the same of ficers, but to that number has beer; added Mrs. J. B. Bosloy, Second Vice President: Mrs. Emma Battle, Thirl Vice-President, and Mrs. W. M. Boger, Asst. Secretary. With scarcely enougn money to meet the expenses of tma monm me Home was openea. ine ?x- tive workers were reduced to ten or twelve, but there has never been a harsh or unkind word spoken, nor ac tion that could not be freely forgiven. For two years this home performed the required object but was not wiat had been desired; for Instead of be ing a Day Home for the care of work ing women's children to be cared for while they were performing their daily duties, it was a boarding house for little children. This required larger house, more furniture, more help, more food, bed clothes, etc. For more than a year we paid twent" dollars per month for rent, the sala ry of a matron, a coojlc and furnished food for 18 of 20 children. The mean3 of raising money was by solicitation, contribution by the members, and dif ferent sorts of entertainments. At the end of this year it was found that the burden was too heavy for the few to carry and the house was given, up, all debts paid and the organiza tion retained its name but has con fined Its labors along all charitable lines. Besides relieving suffering among both old and young, it has sent committees of its membership to rh fiiffAronf hncnitala rolth fniito tA flnu-Prs An Imn has been eiven Mercv IlosnitaJ an.l a " ,a U1 yiU' VU lAVSO Wl LCIA U I I I diatetic kitchen has been furnished in the same institution A contribu tion of fifty dollars has been given to the G. W. Hubbard Hospital Fund. The most recent act ha been the paying of the board of an orphan girl in an Institution to which she was sent. There is an enrollment of thirty-two, with an active force of ten or twelve. We are members of the City and State Federations aiu'i are prospective members of the Na tional Federation. The delegates to the State. Federation were Mesdame.j I. B. Scott, A. B. Carter, W. O. Tata and J. C. Napier. A meeting of th club is called for Wednesday. Juno 29, at the house of the Preesldent. Mrs. J. C. Napier, 514 Capitol Square. At this time a delegate will be elected to represent the club at the National Association meeting in Louisville July 11-15. The following resolutions offered bv Mrs. Maria C. Kenney, of this city, were received with enthusiasm and unanimously adopted bv the State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs at Its recent meeting here. nesuivea, mrst, we snail take a T 1 1 Jl . . larger interest in the rearing of boys so as to fit them for a more refined home life; see that they are as care- tuiiy Hooked after In our colleges as the girls. Resolved, Second, that we see that all children attend some Sundav- school and day school regularly; that better buildings, modern equipments and sanitary surroundings are provid ed. Resolved, Third, AH labor shall be dignified, especially every branch of domestic science; that schools for this purpose will dot the state, hence the cook, housekeeper, etc., will with dainty cap and apron and all the re finement that attends the popular sick nurse and command a salary. The City Federation is called to meet at St. John A. M. E. Church, Monday, June 27th, 1910, 3 o'clock p. m. All members are urged to come out. Plans for the summer's work will be made so as to get all the ladies to work and much good accomplished. Let every body come. MRS. G. L. JACKSON, President. MRS. A. M. TOWNSEND, Secretary. The Phyllis Wheatley Club will meet with Miss Sophia A. Jackson, 22 North Hill street, June 30th, 1910, 3 o clock p. m. This will be the clos ing meeting of the year. All mem bers are urged to be present. Busi ness- of importance to be transacted. All reports are to be brought in. Good program will be rendered. MRS. G. L. JACKSON, President. MRS. J. 11. HALE, Secretary. PASSED THE MEDICAL BOARD In the recent medical examinations given in the State of Tennessee, at Nashville, Memphis and Knoxville, re spectively, it was quite encouraging to note the large number of Meharry graduates who successfully stood the test. These young men and women, who are taking their places in the arena of life are ornaments of useful ness, morality and culture and are to be highly commended. We wish for one and all a successful life's career, attended with a bountiful supply of this world's good things and crowned with that victory that redounds to the honor of God. Unfortunately, we could not obtain a complete list of all the applicants, however, we give the names of a few who are well known in Nashville. They are: Drs. D. W. (iooden, S. P. Banks, B. E. Washing ton. W. T. Bailey, S. V. Roberts. C. A. Ilarvey-Sparkes, J. Ewing Dobson, J. II. Edwards. J. B. Logan, J. P. John son, M. C. Williams, Jr., W. A. Scott, B. E. Roberts, J. Q. Taylor and Mrs, Mattie Coleman. Messrs. Frank Blankernship, Phom- fery, Wharfleld, Cassius and Morris King, from Louisville, Ky. were the . guests of Miss Oro L. Copeland, Mon- uay. One-Cent Savings Dank Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only in stitution of its kind in Tennessee. R. H. BOYD. President. J. W. BOST1CK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER. Cashier. C N. LANGSTON, Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, North, XASUVILLE, TENNESSEE, W. A. ATTAWAY. M. D.. Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COATS, Vict Pres. M. B. BURNETT. Ass't Cashier. Delta Penny Savings Hank INCORPORATED OCT.. 1904 CAPITAL $ 3 -.000.00 RESOURCES OVER 100.00 .00 Does a Oeneral Bankine Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. PavsTaxes. Handles Real Estate. etc. Corresnond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interest T" a 1 1nsxo;i ISDIAJNULA, : : : JtllSMSMrri. People's Bank & Trust Co- CAPITAL, $25,000.00, MUSKOGEE, - OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed T. JOR. J.E.JOHNSON. Cashier. President. JL1BA9IA PESSY SAVINGS BANK; BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.00. W. R. PeTTiford, President. J. O. DlFFAY, Vice President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. P. F, Ci,ark, Assistant Cashier. 217 NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Banking Company, MKMINGIIAM, ALA. Capital Stock. 50,000 Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home In surance Company. W. L. LAUDERDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACKLIN. Vice-President DR. S. H. THOMPSON. Cashier. REV. S.J. JACKSON, Teller, and acting Cashier. SOLVENT SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00 OFFICERS, R. R. CHURCH, President. M. L. CLAY, Vice President. J. W. SANKORD, 2nd Vice President. W. E. MOLLISON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SKTTLK. Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, Jr., Cashier. 329 BEALE St.. MEMPHIS, TENN. AND LAWN FETE TO II Li GIVEN UY THF? MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF HOWARD COSfiPiKflATIOm CHURCH, ON THURSDAY NIGHT, June 30th, 1910 AT THE RESIDENCE ON MRS. I. I. MOORE, 2038 JEFFERSON ST. NASHVI1EE. ItNN. Please put into this little bag as many pennies or cents as you are years of age, ana Dnnjr U lo t he entertn nmMt 1 t Lunch served free. Refreshments of all kinds. COMIC and enjoy the evenin" with us on the lawn. " Don't fail to bring the birth bag. Help the missionary cause. Remember the time and place. Come you are invited. Bring your pennies with you. Rags will be furnished. REV. C. L. IMS, Faster. MS. R. J. CR1V, Ires. flUS. J. IV. LEK, Sce'tj. Birthday Party