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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. The Keller Shoe Hospital SUOKS RELIEVE) OF ALL COM PLAINTS ON SHORT NOTICE We Solicit Your Patronage 507 THIKD AVKM'E, OIiTH R. L. MAYFIELD ATTORNEY PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS Office. 410 1-2 Cedar Street Phone. Muln 2703 D. Wellington Berry STENOGRAPHER-REPORTER Typewriting Given Special At tention by Miss Mayberry. PRICES REASONABLE 5 Napier Court W. M. HARQRAVES Nashville's Best Photographer. IIi?b class Photos at Popular Prices Promut Delivery. leave Calls at Phone. Mais 763 420 CEDAR STREET DR. J. ALONZO NAPIER DENTIST 413 1-2 Fourth Ave., N. Nopler Court PHOXK MAIN 1177 Nashville, . - - Tenn. FOR SALE 4 piece bed-room suit. Golden oak, 4 mirrors. Address Globe. RICHARD HILL NOT A R "V PUBLIC, Real Estate, Loans, Lien, notes bough"and sold Will sell you a home like paying rent. Pension Cases a specialty. TELEPHONES Office:Main 1889 Missone, call the other I Min 3418 410 1-2 CEDAR ST.. NASHVILLE, TENN H. BAUQH & SON STAPEE AND FANGY GROCERIES Everything First-class. 31 LAFAYK TTE STREET. r THE ONLY ORIGINAL Folk Songs TAKE FIRST RANK. Commenting upon the singing of the songs in our Folk Songs No. 1. by a male quartette DR. HENRY E. KREBBIEL, "Dean of American Critics" says-.- "A concert-goer might live a lifetime and never hear such beautiful homogeneity of tone as that which they produce, nor such euphony, perfection of unance and precision. Save for its vital human quality, which lifts it above all musical products, this harmony sounds like that of a well tuned organ." This recognition puts our Folk Songs side by side with the world's greatest musical achievements. This music is suitable for the parlor, the school, the church. SEND 23c. FOR SAMPLE COPY. VIRiTC rom INFORMATION TO Work Bros. & Hart Go., HOX UI. NANIIVILLIC. - TENS. BIRTHDAY PARTY AND LAWN I ' . FETE. That "was to have beea given by the Missionary Society of the Congre gational Church June 30th will be given August 22nd at Mrs. I. L. Moore's, 2038 Jefferson street. Come, bring your birthday bags and pen nies and have a good time. Lunch free. MRS. M. GRAY, President. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Watkins leave tonight for Chicago, 111., Buffalo, N. Y., and Milwaukee, Wis., visiting Nia gara Falls and other points in the North and Northwest They will be away a week or ten days. Mr. Joseph Johnson spent Sunday with his parents, of Eighteenth avenue. MAYOR HOWSE MAKES STATE MENT REGARDING ORDER TO CLOSE DIVES. Little or no trouble is expected by the police in enforcing the order of Mayor Howse, regulating the palm rooms for dance halls, issued to the police department Monday night. Ud until a late hour no arrests had been made for a violation of the law, which became effec tive as the night de tail went on duty. The Mayor's order was emphatic on barring women from the soft drink stands, and that these places must from now on be operated in an orderly manner. No piano which can be hear I from the street and is Installed solely to attract trade, will be tolerated. Strict construction against dancing will be enforced to the letter. Thi3 order against the palm rooms is plain ly an effort to eliminate as much as possible the loitering of women in these places, especially in the dives and joints where the low class of trade is catered to. The bucket trade and the legitimate traffic will in no wise be interfered with. In a statement given The American yesterday Mayor Howse denied in no mean terms the rumor that he had as sociated himself in a "Round Table" organization with the Mayors of Mem phis and Knoxville to take any action upon any phase of the liquor traffic. He said: "The report as in The American yesterday was correct. However, the order was not intended for places where a legitimate business is done, but for dives where men and women gather and drink and carouse. I do not object to a piano where a nickel is dropped in the slot and the custom er gets his 5 cents worth of music, but no longer will any place be al lowed to have music which is intend ed to attract attention from the street, thereby creating a nuisance. I told the gentlemen running the palm rooms on Church street and Broadway that as long as there was no complaint against their places they could do bus iness. The report that Messrs. Crump, Heiskell and myself have formed any kind of a league is not true. I know nothing about their business, and am taking these steps purely and only in an effort to suppress the dives. No legitimate place of business will be troubled." Mayor Howse made it plain that his order further stipulated that prize fights after the sub-rosa style, which have become very popular since the recent Reno fiasco, will be submitted along with the dance halls to the police crimp. It has been known for some time that dive -proprietors have been reaping a harvest of "easy mony" through the medium of four and five round bouts pulled off in back rooms. NEARLY 3000 More Negro Children Eligible to En ter the Public Schools this Year. There are 39,800 children of school age in Nashville, according to the an nual scholastic census, which was completed yesterday, under the su pervision of John R. Turney. Of these 24,501 are white, and 15,359 colored. A total of 5,953 are listed as uneducated, . or unable to read and write. Of these 3,120 are white and 2,odi are colored. This year's cen sus shows a growth over last year of 3,577, of which 2,103 are colored and 1,474 are white. Despite the differ ences in the grand totai cf school children, the colored scholastic popu lation has increased nearly twice that of the white. In the twenty-five wards of Nash ville there are 19,140 heads of fami lies, of .which 12,298 are white and 6, 842 are colored. This shows that about one-third of the heads of fami lies are colored. The Second Ward contains more children of school age than any other there being 3,042. Of there, 2.C72 are white and 366 are colored. The Fifth Ward has the smallest number, with only 276. Of these, 175 are white and 101 colored. In the grand total of school children in the city there aro 12,298 white children in the city there are 7,890 males and 12,203 white females. There are 7,371 colored males and 7, 988 colored females. There are only 95 more white males than females, while the colored girls exceed their brothers by 617. This is indeed re markable when it is considered that the white children embrace two-thirds of the scholastic population. The total number of children of school are, both white and black in the various wards of the city, are as follows : Ward. White Col. Total. First 1,552 274 1,826 Second 2,676 366 3,042 Third 668 1,726 2,394 Fourth 332 831 1,163 Fifth 175 101 276 Sixth 734 51 785 Seventh 644 220 864 Eighth 777 857 1,634 Ninth 1,060 921 1,981 Tenth 1,005 255 1,280 Eleventh 660 506 1,166 Twelfth 289 971 1,260 Thirteenth 1,171 834 2,005 Fourteenth 804 1,810 2,614 FifletuUi. 1.3S3 739 2,142 Sixteenth 858 1.33S 2,196 Seventeenth 975 305 1,280 Eighteenth 1,405 371 1.77S Nineteenth 1,058 994 2,052 Twentieth 1,809 407 2,216 Twenty-first 942 84 1,026 Twenty-second .. 606 312 918 Twenty-third .... 724 17 741 Twenty-fourth ... 657 522 1,179 TVentv-fifth 1,496 528 2,024 Total ...... ..24,501 15,359 39,860 It is evident from the face of the census returns that if the parents of all the children send them to school provision will have to be made for their accommodation. Efforts are be ing put forth by the women's clubs of the city to get parents to send their children to school and in all likelihood there will be a (large num ber of children unable to get seats at the opening of school. A TEXAS BANK. Statement of Farmers and Citizens Savings Bank, unincorporated, Pales tine, Texas, July 19, 1910. Resources. Loan.9 and Disccunts $20,660.62 Cash 4,659.05 Real Estate end Real Estate Securities ...... . 12,399.00 Over Drafts' 335.38 Furniture and Fixtures .... 1,000.00 $39,054.05 Liabilities. Capital Stock Paid in $23,680.65 Deposits 13,753.65 Bills Payable 792.00 Undivided Profits 827.75 $39,054.05 I certify that the above is correct. II. L. PRICE, Cashier. CONDITION OF TH E ONE-CENT 'SAVINGS BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULA. 5, 1909. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $31,056 10 Cash Resources: Due from Banks and Bankers $29,600 33 $31,459 92 $62,515 30 Cash on hand. 1,858 87 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in ....$ 4,455 00 Surplus 3,285 60 Individual Debits 54,157 Jo .$62,515 30 .$12,572 47 . 30,865 84 . 46,076 40 . 49,762 53 46 574 00 . 47,386 74 . 54,157 4C Deposits July Deposits July Deposits July Deposits July Deposits July Deposits July Deposits July 5, 1904 5, 1905 5, 1906 5,1907 5, 1908 5, 1909 5, 1910 Mrs. Miller's Guests. Mr. Thomas Wood and his sister, Miss Jimmie D. Wood, of Murfrees boro, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Miller last week. WEEK END PLEASURE CLUB. The Week-End Pleasure Club had a call meeting at the home of Miss Wiright, 1716 Patterson street, to' dis cuss the picnic which is to go out Monday, August 22, to the Hermitage. After business the meeting adjourned to meet with Mr. Taylor, 529 Ramsey street, August 23. A delightful menu was served by Miss Wright, assisted by Miss Northern. Prof. J. H. Roberts, a former stu dent of Roger Williams University, but who subsequently graduated from Fisk University, with the class of 11906, was in the city this week, the guest of Prof. W. H. Fort. Prof. Roberts has been principal of the high school at Okmulgee, Okla., for some years. WINCHESTER NOTES. Our fair is on hand, look for a big time. Mr. John Shaw spent a few hours in our city en route to the Lewisburg Fair. Mrs. W. B. Hawkins expects to leave soon for Shelbyville, where she enters Turner Normal. Mrs. T. W. Trigg spent a few days in Monteagle, where she visiter her sister, Miss Bessie Lewis. Mr. Horace Mann made a flying trip to Nashville this week. Mr. E. L. Peacock, of Mt. Pleasant, an inspector for the National Sick and Accident Insurance Company, is in our city for a few days on business. Mr. W. L. Miller, of Nashville, the Globe representative, pent a few days in our city on business. Mrs. D. A. Townsend entertained a few friends at dinner last Sunday. Those present were Mr. W. L. Miller, of Nashville; Rev. Francis M. Story, of Shelbyville; Mr. Cherry Stamps, of Chattanooga; Mesdames Lena Davl3, Lucy Rutledge and Bell Grant. Mr. W. E. Miller, of Monteagle, visited his brother, Mr. P. E. Miller, this week. "SPIMT OF THE THE xppalachian Exposition to he held in Knox ville, September 12th, to October 12th, inclusive will erahrace eight states and will he the greatest show ever held. The colored huilding of this exposition will he one of the hest ever seen and the exhibits will be second to none. The colored people will enjoy equal rights with all other people at the exposition. Exhibits wanted from all the Appalachian states and cash prizes given for every class of exhibit. Rates of only one cent a mile to the exposition have been obtained throughout the country. Persons going to the National RnptUt Con venfion at New Orleans or the R. M. C. at Baltimore will sare money by going through Knoxville and have an opportunity to stop off and see the exposition at the same time. - . For information regarding exhibits and rates, write Dtt. II. M. GKEEN, Green Building, Knoxville, Tenn., or HENRY A. BOYD, care Globe, Nashville, Tenn. 1 T l HADLEY'S PRIVATE INFIRMARY FOR. WOMEN ONLY It is for the interest and welfare of every woman, not only to un derstand the means for the preservation of health, but also to know what remedies should be used for the alleviation. This infirmary treats female diseases of all kinds. ' For particulars address, DR. HATT1E HAD LEY, l-2-5 Maple t., INash vyll I , Tenn Turner Normal College, Shelbyville, Tenn. The. Only Colored Mummer Rsort In the State. SITUATION, High: LOCATION, Healthful, Beautiful, Attractive. CAMPUS lined with Stately Oaks, Evergreens; Lawn Swings for the invalids and weary adults ..Rope Swings for the children, and Settees for all. BUILDING and campus Lighted throughout by Electricity. Long Distant Telephone con nections. Strangers must present recommendations of good charcter. NOTICE of coming must be given at least a week ahead. TERMS: Board and Lodging $3.00 per week; or 75 cents a day for time less than a week Special rates to families. c SEASON CLOSES SEPTEMBER JO. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS REV. J. A. JONES, President, , Box 127 SHELBYVLILE, TENN, GREENWOOD PARK LABOR DAY, CELEBRATION Monday, September 5th, A great day is planned for this popular resort, every amusement will be on the programme. ADMISSION, Jt IOC R3T1E-.I LOOK! LOOK! LOOK I Great Summer Resort Is SHADY SIDE, HD. Maggie Stansmore has a beautiful place nicely fixed for boarders, good water, good shade and boat for fishing and crabbing House Open for Boarders July 15, 1910 For further information address MRS- MAGGIE STANSMORE SHADY SIDE. A. A. CO., MD. E. E. GREEN & CO THE TINNER. Tin, Iron and Asphalt Roofing, Gutter ing and Valleys and Stoves Repaired Special attention given to all work. ('06 Twelfth JUenne, Korth. lashYllU, TEH Off ict hours Jt,llp.m III!. CARRIE I, WILSON, 35 MAURY STREET Phono Main 2998. CHILDRESS' CREAM PARLOR Open every evening "till 11 p., m. especially Monday. Thursday and Sunday. Mr. Chil dress lost his sight more than one year ago and any patronage is appreciated. Corner of KERJIAS STREET and 21st HEME 1 APPALACHIAN" J I V l i t Hi 1 I 1 I i CREOLE HAIR A SPECIALITY C. R. BADOUX, MANUFACTURES OF HAIR GOODS, 220 Fifth Ave., N., NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE. Ten per cent discount to all who present this advertisement. Lodgo Furniture. We are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodge of the A. F. & A. M, within the jurisdiction of Tennessee or any other state with beautiful UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, TA BLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS and any thing in the line of chairs for ihe assembly' hall that they may be in need of. Our prices are withia reach of every lodge. For further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE lATlOm BAPTIST MBLISIMG BQAID 62 3 Sca Atmui, North. NMhvUU, Twia T. CLAY MOORE GEO. SIMS Residence Phone, M. 3293 MOORE & SIMS CONCRETE AND STONE WORK SIDEWALKS, STEPS, COPINQ AND EVERY KIND OP CEMENT WORK. Phone, M. 2554. 410 Cedar St.. NasMle, Tenn.