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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FPwIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910.
IPV New stock of advance styles in Fall and Winter Footwear for each member of the family and for all occasions is now complete and ready for your inspection. Wo Old Stock to Show Men's Shoes, all leathers and styles... $2.50 to $6.00 Women V Shoes, all leathers and sules $2.50 to $5.00 Our BovsV Misses', Children's Shoes Are the Best Make. Pencil Box Free With Each Pair of School Shoes. , GEO. P. STALEY CO., 416 UNION STREET. One PRICE to ALL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. )QOOOOOCX?0000OQO horry fv3ec3iool College Meharri Medical College was organized in 1870, and was the first in the South ern States for the education of colored physicians. It has had 1)1)9 Med al, 11 Dental, 1451 lMiarmarj graduates-total 1,5)11. Twenty five graduates in Nurse Training. About one half of the Negro physicians in the South are graduates of Meharry. These have an excellent record, financially and professionally, and have the confidence and good will of the white physicians where they are located. About 95 per cent of " the medical graduates are now practicing. medicine. It is a member of the Association of American Medical Colleges, and also the National Association of Dental Faculties. THE GEORGE W. HU3BARD HOSPITAL This building is now being erected on the college grounds, on the west side of Maple Street, near Chestnut. It is to have a frontage of 130 feet and will be threestories in height including the basement. The north wing is 04 feet in length and 44 feet in width. It will contain 22 apartments, including' an operating room, and will accommodate about 40 patients. It is now nearly completed and will be ready for use during the coming session. aoQoaQOooQQaQQQQCx ! company cf that place. He carries hla sou And daughter with him. I Mr. G. Hamilton Francis, of the Bermuda Islands, who for the past j three years has attended. Meharry Med ical college, win return to begin his last year's work in the medical depar; ment. During the three years of Mr. Francis' stay in tfcis country, it has been his privilege to travel extensively through the states, and everywhere he was welcomed. Mr. A. L. Hawkins, of Fort Scott, Kansas, a member of the senior medi cal class of Meharry, will return to the city the latter part of the month to take up his studies. Mrs. M. Stump received a telegram this week announcing the death of Miss Lizzie McPherson In Seattle, Washington. Mrs. McPherson former ly lived in this city. . Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Battle are comfortably situated in their new home. Mrs. Eliza Caldwell, of Kansas City, Mo., is in the city for an indefinite stay, and is stopping with Mrs. Har riet Campbe'l, of Lafayette street Since the death of her son in this city spveral weeks ago, Mrs. Caldwell has been seriously ill and is here on ac count of her health. Mr. Fred Jackson, Mr. Fred Straw bridge, of Birmingham, Ala.;- Mi Rufus Wilson, of Mississippi; Mr. Goodwin, of Quincy, Fla.,1iave entered 10 Menarry Medical coii.ege and are etonring at 1101 Maple street. Miss Jcanette L. Hudson was pleas antly entertained at the home of Mk Georgia Wheatly while in Columbia. Mrs. Lydia Summer has as her guest this week Miss Ella Bean. Mrs? Ira D. Simmons and her father, Mr. Bob Smith, entertained Mrs. Job. a H. Smith, Jr., at breakfast on last Tuesday morning. Mss Lucinda Shelby, of East Nash ville, is vis'ting Miss Susie Lee .Half- acre, at Franklin, Tenn. Mrs. Willa Belle Clark, who under went a very serious operation at oue of the local infirmaries several days ago, is at her home on Eighteenth ave nue, North, where she is rapidly im proving. Mrs. John H. Smith, Jr., and her lit tie son, . Napoleon Waterloo, left e'i route to Ch'cago. On their way the; will stop two weeks in Indianapoli3 visiting relatives. They will also be accompanied by Jake James, of Clin ton street. Dr. J. B., Singleton suffered an ope ration on an infected finger this week, consequently he has been unable to keep up his office work. He is im proving rapidly, however, and hops to be in h"s office regularly nxt week. The operation was prtformed by Drs It. F. Boyd, J. A. Lester and J. A. Napier. PHONE. If IU 5?IX-AUY E, HOW5E. HOWSE FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Can FurnUh Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen, We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. 304-306 BROADWAY. NASHVILLE. Always Somothtng At Doing O (EUTHONf MAIN 494J. MS. 1603 PHIUIP SIRttl PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON Sftff E AND VI A CHI N URY HAULING Special attention given to boxing and moving pi anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and china ware, etc., tor shipment WE MOVE. PACK. STORE AND SHIP OFFICE Site 5th AVE., X., COB. DK.lDKRICl. Pleasure Watfons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT O'EN DAY AND NIGHT. sr4r Proinptly filled. Neatly furnished Room. Telephone, Main 2830. R0I3T. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 Jo Johnston Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Lodge Furniture. We are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodpe 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 foi die assembly hall that they may be in ncwl of. Our prices are within teach of every lodge. For further information call or write the . Church-Supply Department OF THE .sworn baptist publishing bond I Scond An ue. North, Nuhvitle, Ttnn OX)000C3CX5000O000000000000 CITY ITEM i lXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX)OOOOOOOOOC Miss Beatrice Gant of Williams- port, Tenn., is in the city as the guest or Mrs. Addie Johnson, of 1900 Heffer nan street Mrs. Margaret Lewis, of 1003 Eight eenth avenue, North, is ill this week, Miss lirucie Mai Ewing, of Thir teenth avenue, North, has returned to the city. . Miss Olivia Weakley, of Patterson street, has returned to tho city, after spending more than six weeks in th country. Mrs. Ira D. Simmons loft the city last week to visit her uncle at Leigh- lon, Ala. Mr. R. W. Harrison, of Mississippi, has returned to the city to resume hb work in Meharry. Rev. G. W. Arnold, of Atlanta, Ga., spent a few days in the city last week the guest of Misses Ruthy and EstelM Neciey, of 14 Miller street. Mrs. Butler, of Atlanta, who was vis iting Mrs. White, of 9 Garden street, has returned to her home. Messrs. T. W. Wingfleld and Geo. Furlough have reurned to the city to resume treir work in Meharry. Mrs. George Falkner, of 1212 Jack son st-e't, is ill this week but rapidly improving. M ss Ophelia Waddy, of this cit, has gone to Indianapolis, Ind., wher she will probably spend the winter. Mr. Arthur Thomas, of Fourteenth avenue, North, one of the most expert randy makers in the South, ar.d who h?s been making the famous Mltchel:V candy for many years, leaves the citv this wek for Atlanta, Ga., to accept1 a rosltion with the Nunnelly Candy Xxx)oocxooooocxooooooooe' MILiOI'S NOTE BOOK. XJOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Monday. Septemer 2fi, the opening of Fisk University.. Tuesday, September 27, opening day of the Tennessee (Vored State Fare Wednesday, September 28, the for mal opening of Meharry Medical Col lege. Thursday, September 29, the Phyllis Wheitley Club will' open fcbe season at the residence of Mrs. Albert Davis 5 Gairden street. The meeting opens at 3 p. m. Misses Overstreet ard Atwood En tertained in Honor of Miss Rochon. The beautiful and well anoolnted home of Cant, and Mrs. Richardson was thrown onen in honor o' Miss Ro chon. of Ntw Orleans, with Misses Ov erstreet and Atwood hostesses. M"ss Rochon' has been in th oity severa' weeks preparatory to taking un active duties as teacher at Fisk University, Progressive wHct was the princlra feature of entertainment. Thoce pr'S ent were M'sses MoUMe and Oerd P'-n-Mey, Ruth Crocket. Eva MurrU Esther Pinkard. Me-ss. Butte, Wil son, Johnson and Keeley. STEVENSON'S Dry Goods Store "Something Doing" in "Fair Prices" for you and your friends Call arouud and see for vourselfwhen in need o Dry Goods. Notions. Shirts. Collars l ies. Underwear etc. Rmembrthe Place. it Filmorc Street,- . SANIIVIIIK 1. 1. MOORt. Resldrnce Phone Miin 4092-Y Real Estate and Loan Agent Pension papers a specialty. Office Phone, Main 2554 410 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn. D. Wellington Berry STENOGRAPHER-REPORTER Typewriting (Jiven Special At tention by Miss Slay berry. riucEs keasonaiile mom m un u : mi it torn PERRY & LESTER COAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HIGH-GRADE STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL PHONE MAIIN 29 06 Second Ave., UL, Nashville, Tenn. I. CUY MOORt. Notary Public MoiMtjer Real state Dep't Peoplf ' t Savings Bank i Trust Co. Rrsldcflc Phone. Mdin 3293. REMEMBER THAT THE Textile Coloring and Dry Gleaning Company :ieHnH all kinds of l.aces. Htiku viv.t. Gloven, Fur, Feathers, Garment, Et. Phone Main 1965 U. S. MORTON. Mar. 421 Cedar Street. Boyd Building. J. C. BLAKE, STAPLE AM) nm ('.ROCKIES. Your patronage solicited Order over PHONE No. 266, MUUFKEESBOKO, . . TENN. B KillimilEM.lTII! REMEDY Not over 15 per cent Alcohol FOR THE RELIEF OF ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM wh br: inanimate y, Muscular, Sciatica, Hit. j DHUU. M ill, Unrest for. Mr aid Uth lv., t ' Rawhvll1. Tmi. rhoam: 171H and 1034 The Allen Troubadours company composed of fine artists whose fame is well known over the country, WILL APPEAR AT THE olored State Fair GREENWOOD PARK September 27 to Ociobcr 1, 1910. The Allen Troubadours will open their en gagement Sunday, at Greenwood Park, at 4:30 o'clock. C $3.50 Values For $2,501 AT THE: The Y. L. M. Club Entertain In Hono Mr. Ira B Scott. Tbe dub on hst FrUlay niht en- tertained Mr. Ira B. Scott, who de parted from the city the fo1 lowing Patiridav to taVe up his school work at the "Sacred little town" Delaware, Ohio, as he called it. The afWr was the tno-t deAiMful or tne season consisting cr quite a ( nnitiue menu of chicken sa'ad. beaten Tafath, conta lady, orange cave o n,d fancy stick candy. Following !Q th's was a lensthly literary pro-'g gramme. Mr. Earet ACexaT-d.T.I O tostmaoter of tMs occasion disnlaycd S rare ability at h's porifon, leading otQ the program with an ext,emporanPO"9 Q sreech entit'ed "Wft ad Hnmor,"i3 followed tv H. .ic'dan Stocnrd. wo Q srnke nn "F-Tl''rhn.', T A r.a'lnwnv O "Llturat'iro." E P. Bord. "Our Club,"; Fi L. Kinzer, "Our Guest." Remarks by the toatmaster. "Ills hoor." Mr. Scott. TorIc discussiion for next r-eeting: Henry Clav, one of Amer ica's' gineatest etatesmen. MO YAL o $2.50 SHOE STORE Hand welts and hand turned Shoes in all the styles and Leathers. We carry the BEST line of SHOES on Earth at the prices for Men, Wom en, Boys and Misses. Come and see us. 31 UNION ST. 1 rXKXXXXXCOGCCX30