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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910.
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per week. No interest ever, no taxes for three years,
no payments if sick or Imrt. HOW TO GO Take First
street car, get off at White's Creek pike. This beau
tiful siihclivison is directly opposite Roger
Williams University.
NAI.HKMAX OX TIIK iItOl'NIS KVKHY HAY l M nL(i SUNDAY. C03IK ItlfiUT NOW, YOU MAY NI5VKU IIAV1S
A CHIAXCK TO IHJY A 1IOMK IX THIS WAY ACJAIX.
WHEELER REALTY CO..
PHONE MAIN, 1390
411 1-2 UNION STREET
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SPORTING NEWS.
bunch of rough and tumble warriors
that made trouble for all tbe smaller
teams. Roger Williams, with her
bunch of new material, showed signs
of marked improvement over that of
last year. Fisk and Meharry, strong
in every department of the game,
came forward with their usual strong
aggregations.
FOOTBALL IN NASHVILLE.
The foot ball season is over and the
referee's whistle is heard no more,
and the veteran gridiron warriors
have left the field of. battle, put aside
their togs of war and the field, once
rife with songs and yells, cornet and
horn, is now desolate and barren
all is still. Those "who were victors
are feasting on the carcass of their
victims, and those who were victims
are weeping and gnashing their teeth
with these, doleful strains: "Of all
.sad words of tongue or pen, the sad
dest are these, it might have been."
In a financial way the season h?s
been the most successful in many
seasons. The heavy gate receipts
have been the mieans whereby the re-
cnpptivp athletic associations have
been able to exonerate their
uitii thu business men down
The patrons of the ganie seemed to j
have been more enthused, and in
many instances have been seen at
games when really their business in
terests were to some degree at stake.
All this goes to show that fanaticism
is becoming more powerful among
the patrons of the college pastime.
Thp coaches and promoters have
well mastered every phase of the new range, us a chauffeui
rules. The colleges of Nashville as his Auto, as an engine
well as tbe Nashville public should re
joice in the fact, that the wit, strate
gy and skill displayed by her p.layerrs
can onlv be equaled by the heavy
trams o"f the East and "West. This
statement has already been verified
by men who have actually seen this
season such teams as Indiana, Wis
consin and Illinois lock horns. The
tea-us of Nashville have proven them
seh'f s able to master the. rules each
season, whatever revolutionary meas
ures have been brought to bear by the
Rules Committee.
Pearl High brought forward one of
the pluckiest little teams and at the
same time one of the most aggressive
the Nashville public has seen in many
moons. She handled cleverly every
phase of the new game much to her
credit. While she has probably had
a better record, in point of victories,
y't it is generally admitted that her
all-round play was an improvement
over former years. Walden, with an
inglorious record behind her, entered
the fray this season with her husky
C. Napier, a life-long friend of the
family, also made some touching re
marks. The floral designs coming
from a host of friends were beautiful.
Mrs. Beale leaves several sons and
(laughters and many relatives and
friends.
"YOUR DAUGHTER WILL MARRY
BETTER."
Every right minded parent is
anxious regarding the matrimonial
ventures of the children.
The best husband is a thoughtful,
successful man who manages his own 'Mi's. Burrus, Mrs. Southall, of Frank-
THE GEORGE W. HUBBARD HOS
PITAL CLUB.
The Gear
Club met in the parlors of the hospi
tal on Tuesday, Decemb2r 13, 1910.
The reports of the various entertain
ments composed the important busi
ness of the meeting.
The Iron Master, given under the
direction of Mrs. Langston and which
proved such a success from merit
was also a financial success. There
were heavy expenses attached to the
production of this drama, but the
club congratulates Mrs. Langston upon
turning over in cash $44. CO net.
The Linen Shower was a great sue
cess.
encumbents the receipts of the lodge
have increased and now those in a
position to know say the bank account
is will up in the' neighborhood of
a thousand dollars. The membership
is on the increase, and the officers
hope to have a larger membership
than any lodge in the state at the
close of this fiscal year.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS
With Modern Improvements
FOR RENT
Wanted, fortv eood. reliable colored Pre,er Men or would toke a couple- Ca at
e W. llUODara iiospiuu i r.ipn mnA wompn In anv tnwti in the I
PROFESSIONAL COLUMN.
state to canvass, solicit and sell real-
estate for a wealthy and responsible
real estate company. Those employed
will receive a good salary. For full
particulars call or write at once to W.
II. Young, 1026 Ivy street, Nashville,
Tennessee.
MARRIAGES.
Willie Frierson and Louise
worth.
James Baines' and Josie Bell
den.
'Sam Owens arid Anna Pitts.
Bos-
Bol-
The largest collections were "by i W. H. Smith and Hattie Morwell.
furrne HTwo CJMi Violl fP TTtn n It - T I -vl TJomntAn on1 XT' 1 r r to f"Lnli
affairs well. As the young man ex
pects to marry, he will pick the girl
who will be the most independent at
credit dependent is the one, who, when need
tOVn. pon prur n trnyi1 mol
The one who learns this best at
home is the child of the family who
has a National steel range in the
kitchen.
Because it cooks well, looks well
and saves in price and fuel, therefore
all who come in contact with it feel
kindly toward it.
The cook feels towards her National
r does towards
er does towards
his locomotive. No matter what food
you buy, it will do most, good to the
eater when prepared on the National.
(live one to the family as a Christ,
mas present or advise that the head
of the house buv one.
Remember PHILLIPS & BUT
TORFP;s is the place to buy toys and
holiday goods. Essentials for nur
sery, dining-room, kitchen, laundry
and dairy.
"You will be welcome there al
ways.' Your prompt attention to this will
be greatly appreciated.
Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co.
RACHEL
lin, Tenn., Mrs. W. A. Reed and Mrs.
J. A. McMillan.
The reading by Mr. Burroughs was
a decided success and all who heard
him were greatly pleased.
A check for one hundred dollars
($100), left by Miss Kate Lyons, was
presented to the club for the furnish-
ng of a room in the hospital which
is to be named in her memory. The
amount collected at, the meeting was
two hundred twenty-two dollars
($222).
Our next entertainment will be a
recital by Mile. Marie E. Burton, so
prano, on January 2, 1911, at Mehar
ry Auditorium, under the management
of Mrs. J. II. Hale.
FUNERAL OF MRS
BEALE.
The funeral of Mrs. Rachel Beale,
one of the pioneer citizens of Nash
ville, was held from the Pleasant
Green Baptist Church last Wednes
day afternoon. The services were
very impressive and were conducted
by Revs. Wm. Haynes. J. C. Fields,
Shelby and Preston Taylor. Mr. J.
EAST STAR LODGE ELECTS OF
FICERS. On Tuesday night of this week East
Ftar Lodge No. 20 A. F. and A. M. held
their annual election of officers. The
f allowing were elected and appointed:
V. J. Ewing Worshipful Master, E. T.
Brown, Senior Warden, Thos. White
Junior Warden,; Geo. A, Gary, Treas
urer; M. V. Buford. Secretary. Ap
pointed officers: Rev. J. F. Frank -in,
Chaplain, J. A Crowder Senior Dea
con. Foster Jones Junior Deacon, R.
A. Cantrel Senior Steward; G. S. W.
Boaz; Junior Steward, G. D. Alex
ander Marshal; Ed. McGavock, Tyler,
L. S. Gray Trustee. .
Thi3 lodge has made a great record
in the last few years. These officers
elected Tuesday night , are entering
upon their third term, which in itself
signifies that th-J members are well
pleased with the way the affairs of the
lodee are. being conducted.
During the tenure of the present
Holden Hampton and Elnora Gooch.
Walter Settles and Delia Knott.
Harry Thomppson and Lena Evans.
Martin Cason and Maggie Haynes.
Will Stumbsage and Ilordie Jor
dan. Andrew King and Bettie Robert
son. Gruley Comer and' Lillie Arm
strong. Bettie Whitmore, rear 11S Patter
son street, 17 years.
Emma Johnson, Chicago, 111., 38 .
years. ;
Maud Roberts, 111 Green street, 20 j
vears. I
Ira Handy, City Hospital, 14 years. S
George Harrison, 91G Sixteenth ave-1 q-
nue, North, 70 years.
William Brown, 707 Bass street, 24
years.
Ida Woodard, 1107 Porterfield street,
23 years.
140 Hynes St., MRS. PARTHENIA LOWE.
Dr. C. J. Roman,
SPECIALIST.
Post-graduate of the It. L. O. Hospital and
the C. li. N. T. and E. Hospitals London,
England. Pracllc limited to medicine and
surgery of the Eyt Ear, Nose and Throat. Eye
glasses and spectacles properly fitted,
Napier Court, Nnhville, Tenn.
R. L. MAYFIELD
ATTORNEY
PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS
Office, 41) 1-2 Cedar Street Phone. Miln273l
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KEELING NOTES.
Mr. Daniel Walker and Miss Susie
Scott were married last week. Rev.
W. U Littlejohn officiated.
Mrs. J. II. Adams died last Sunday
at her home. She was a good faithful
Christian.
Mrs. W. L. Jones died recently.
She leaves a devoted husband, two
daughters and two . sons to mourn
their loss. ;
Mr. R. C. Maelin and W. J. Middle
brook, made a flying trip to Memphis
last week. They are great cotton
growers.
Mrs. B. McGavock, who has been
spending several weeks in Chicago,
visiting her daughter, Miss Beulah
McGavock, has returned home at 201$
Aimeda street.
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