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7 NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910. Lenlnllls & HashvIHa R. R. Jfew UBlen Station. City Ticket Office, t fourth ave., orth. Telephone ilna 768 LtTe. Arrwei. LoniiVi'.l- tc ClaeiBiiati. 3:47m 2:15mn LaiiTiil & Cmciunati 7:65m 8.S7am Loaiitille & ClBcinnati 8:Wpn 8 56pm LoaitTill Aecem'eda....a12::ypra a3 06pm lCfaaiTille & Chicago 3.67ara i:0Cam IvaasTiilefc Chicago 7:4pra 8:l0ain KfantTilleA St. Louis S:67na i:fliani Ktui rill A St. Lonit.... a7;S0am a:10pm IvaniTille 8t Leui 7:4opia t:10um StiraiatUaw, MeBtjora ery, Meile aad Mew Orleans 2:2Unt l:37am Elriof hm, Meitgon. vj. Mobile and New Orleans :43am 7:35pia XashYille Scettirille Mannoatioa S:10pn ll:lSam Vatarille Hartirme Aecemnedatiea 5:U'p BoakiatTillo Acom'eda...a:46Bat jai&Tilli uiarMTiuo eoomasodatioa :16pm t8:17am BTlllecIeoatBr Ac- . eenmedatie. l:S0pm l:10am Oelembia Mt. Pleasant.. 1:50pm T:'2pm eaefieid.fc TBieBBiBla.. 7:48am :00pm Dally. tlllyeieeBarday. sum at Narth naflara-ltreel iUUoa Traia arriTlaf at iM p.m. rnae Iroaa ML Fteaeaat oaiy. Trala arriTtaf at 7: briap eenaeo ' trom TaeearnktUt ami Flereaee. n With. W. HAL. MVITAIITB . Oiairietras, Awat OW Tlektt AxetA. Davis went to visit Santa daus Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Eliza i'ointer was in Nashville visiting relatives this week. Mrs. James Church is improving. 15; 00am I3.,C. & SU.fly. TICKET OFFICES SmiON STATION, BROADWAT CITY OFFICE la Max we' 1 Hons, Corner Churcfc 8treet and 4tU Ave., Worth. PHQNE MAIM 377 (Corrected January 12, leaves West and Northwest Amy:- 7:00m--MinpLls, Hickman, Pa- 8:S6rr.: ducuh, St. Louis, con conueota lor OntreTllle (!) Zlo -P:uiucah, Hickman, l:32mu Jackson Sr.:',lOora-Waverly Accommodation, SrO'tino -,i:0(ipai-"I)lxio Flyer" mVA trim 3:00air to t. I.oaV,. U:3Cjm Memi)i'ic und Hickman 6aMi SO UTJ A N 1 KAST. fc'Mam Chicago and. Florida C:33ani Limited. ; in St. Louis- Jacksonville 6r.pn-. "l)l.ri! Fly or." (.'on . f. i.- (?i - --- it n.rv-chic:u". JaUwrvitle. 3:20pai Vlxie Flyer.'1 c ' ' jai. Pining ;;ir.'. k!.30 in Jliitiuj: .-;. a v. U ' tiui fast. C'o'.inecilci s (!) oi - v. !ielby vltle, Kpt' via, f ayelt- vllle. 31 liJiisvllic. Xi-itcy City, South lMttsburi;. .74 in Tultaboma Acc.omiiiO'ln- Nl5ani Hon. Connects lor Siieiby--..vllle. , m ? m ;ivtlanooKa., A tl ant a"o:3 aiu Augusta and points ke- yor.d. LEBANON TRAIN'S. .:xia,Ta Tjhanon ivtixed.... W y;am Ltbanon Kxprcss. r2:!"pm N.tXipm Leltanon Accommodalion. !ii.i!!,.iii ft- wr-ru Lebanon Accoiu modal .ort . 'xc.y.iw 'aiiy. IDally except bund'ty. 1HT. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell llous:-.-POWF.LL PHILLIPS- 3. A.. Maivch House. W. L. LAN'LLY. o. A., Ur.lon Station. SOUTH PITTSkiURG NOTES. The various churches are making elaborate preparations for the Xmas exercises. Itev. E. M. Argyle, of Chattanooga, spent Sunday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Henry. Miss Syla Hobinsou, of Pikeville, and Miss Inez Sleigh, of Jasper, wlio have been visiting Mrs. Albert Pan- key,, have returned to their respec tive homes. Mr. James Joinder is able to be out again after several weeks' illness. Mrs. Ruby Armstrong has returned from Durnam, Ga., wnere she spent seveiai days. Prof. 11. 13. Douglass will go to Nashville soon to be in attendance at Grand Master Fort's marriage. Mr. J. D. Martin was in Chattanoo ga this week on business. Mr. Carrol Hawkins will spend the holidays in Nashville with his son. Prof. W. D. Hawkins, and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Eldiidge have bought a new piano. Mrs. Lizzie Brooks is on the sick list this week. The Eleventh District School held a most successful and interesting closing exercise Friday, the 16th. liev. Mr. Lytle and Dr. V. J. As- trappe made excellent talks after the program was rendered. Merits of re ward and prize were given out. 1 hty closed with a confetti siiower. Ttpv. AVm. Simmons was able to preach ioc his congregation last Sun day. Members were encouraged. Quarterly meeting at the A. M. E Zicn Church last Sunday was a sue cess. Rev. Argyle preached two most nteiestiug sermons. Rev. Mr. Thomp son (white) preached a &t impres sive sermon at 3 p. m. . Prof. 11. B. Douglass will hold the closing exercises at his school Mon day night, the 2Gth,v at the Pythian Hall. Grand exercises will bo had Crystal Queen" will be played in 3 acts by the pupils. Miss Junie A. Ligntloot is niusya directress. examination week at Cea- terville Preparatory School. Each student is doing his best to be pro moted. The First Quarter ends Friday, De cember 24, and the second begins Monday, January 2. All the schools in the county will close this week. Indications point to a most successful session. The Pythians, of Centerville, will give their grand annual bazaar Thurs day night, December 29. Rev. Shelby will have, special serv- ces Sunday. At this time all the members will make special offerings to 'him. They hope to realize a nice sum for their pastor. The members of Centerville Progres sive Club met on Thursday night of ast week and effected a permanent organization by the adoption of a con stitution and the electing of officers. The promoters of the movement hope that much will be dons along ail lines of upbuilding the race. The school will give a Xmas pro gram on Saturday night In the Christ mas. The program for the Emancipation ha3 not as yet heen fully arranged, but all hop. j to have a program as us ual up to the standard. CR EOLE HAIR A SPECIALITY C.R.BADOUX, MANUFACTURER Of HAIR GOODS, 220 Fifth Ave., N.. NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE Ten per cent discount to all who present hl advertisement.- E. E.GREEN & CO THE TINNER. Tin. Iron and Asphalt Roofinsr, GutUr ing and. Valleys and Stoves Repaired Special fittetitkMi given to i work, , ' 1 06 Twill B irinQe, Strife, Sashflili, Till I rvOMi-.MUi.in i! f Jia. A. 'CoUerill, of Tclotio, to lc cclU'Ctor of interna' revenue at Honolulu, Hawaii.' CoUe rill is a Negro, and hs appointment was forecasted from the White House just prior to the last election. A protest from Honolulu that a resi dent of that city should be appointed was unheeded.Jva-sinne Tennessean and American. COLUMBIA-NOTES. Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, the grea evangelist, is holding a course o meetings at St. 1'aul. She is greate at eacii service and lias large congre gations, Dr. 11. L. Johnson, of Red Bird City, O'kia., wag here the first of the week visiting his wife's parents, Rov. and Mis. G. Y Perry, Mr. li chard Webster died at his nome on Combstock avenue on the 14 Lh. His funeral was from Bethel A. M. E. Church. He leaves a wire and one daughter and many rela tives and friends. He was a member of the Odd Fellows, also the Band of nop. Kev. George Haynes, of Nashville, preached at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Cnurcli la.st Sunday. Tiie Sohool Improvement Associa tion has recently douated a beautiful heater to the Industrial building. The heater has been installed m the i girls' department, also two thousand feet of ceiling. The work of ceiling the building is now in progress. Miss Latra Miller is able to be up alter several weeks' illness. i Rev. Clifford Miller, of Haverhill, Mass., was here for a few days last HARTSVILLE NOTES. Rev. U. S. G. Brown, the pastor, done a great deal to make his con ference a success. The conference convened Friday night at Green Chap el A. M. E. Church. Rev. G. L. Jack son, presiding elder, was present. The collection during the conference was $?.0.35. LEVVISBURG NOTES. Mies Susie Black, Mattie Pearl Elliott, Lula Mai and Myrtle Cope- land were the guests of Miss M. B. Brown, on Vevona avenue, last Sunday evening. Messrs. Revish Mitchell, Gilbert Moore, James Hubia and George Davis, of Mooresvllle, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora B. Low ery last Sunday. Mrs. Susan Williams, who has been indisposed, is convalescent and is in Columbia visiting relatives. The Lewisburg Ilign School, tinder the auspices of Prof. S. J. Maiberry and Mrs. M. L. Jones, had their ex aminations last week. Mr. Charlie Fitzpatrirk, Sr., and Mr. Kennit.h Baxter, of Mooresvllle, HOW OLD PAINTERS VIEWED CHRISTMAS. A picture is like a dinner, says Mr. Frederick Keppel, the well-known art connoisseur. A "verbal description of either is inadequate, and one must view the picture or eat the dinner, as the case may be, if one desires to form an opinion of the quality or the one or the other. Such an apology is offered for the ab sence of detailed description of the pictures that represent the Christmas idea, brought together by Mr. Keppel in a recently, published volume called "Christmas in Art." Ilia apology may be reechoed by us who reproduce some of the charming things of the volume, letting the pictures for the most part speak for themselves. There is one important observation made by the editor of the volume to account for the character of the choice here made. The pictures which reprewnt a varitty in national expression are entirely of a day long past. "In the tase of Biblical pic tures," observes Mr. Keppel, "as in the case of ecclesiastical architecture and sculpture, the finest are certainly those produced in centuries past and not those of our own too sophisticated day." This is because "the really great works of Chriwtian art were made in tie epochs of simple and un questioning faith." The writer speaks thus of one or two masters here reproduced: "Albert Durer, who was born at Nuremburg in 1471, was full of sim ple credence in the Catholic Church of four cnturies ago, although he lived to see his. native city n center of the Reformation, and although he en graved a fine portrait of the reform er, Philip Melancthon; nut from Dur; er we get some of the most heartfelt and truly beautiful pictures of the Nativity. Notice the original engrav ing done by him in t!i year lli'M. Here we see the Virgin Mother ador ing her Holy Child, while St. Joseph is engaged in the prosaic domestic employment of drawing water from Oiic-Ccai Savings Dank Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennesi-ee. 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. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. 41i Fourth Avenue, North, XASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE. W. A. mWY. M. D., Prw. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COAIS. VIM rres. M. B. BtRNHT. Asb't Casate. Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT.. 1904 CAPITAL $ 3 ".000.00 RESOURCL5 OVER 100.00 .00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loan in Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposit Collects Rent. PaysTaxes. H.indles Peal Estate. ;tc. Correspond with us. Your Business, howevef small, is solicited. Wc Pay Four Per Cent, Interest on Time Deposits. INDmOLA, : : MISSISSIPPI. People's Bank&TrustGb. CAPITAL $25,000.00. MLSKOdEE, . OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Tims Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed. were in town last week. Mr. W. M. ITardman. of Burlin. was "well the guest of M'iss Olivia G. Smiley, I "The surrounding buildings are on on Verona avenue. jtirely in the manner of Nuremberg, Mr. Corn Ewing and family, of Co-j and nt at all like those of Palestine; lumbia, were the guests of Mrs. J. C Dut wnat uoes matter: me pic- c1T1iev I lure as it stanus is a ueautuui one, Miss Ethel Brcaden. of Piillpolia. nu in" oi genuine lnspm-uuu. and Miss Mary Brraden, of Murry County, were the guests of Miss L. M. Smiley and Olivia G. Smiley. Rev. Merideth preached fine sermons Sunday and Sunday night. Mis Leila Smiley went to Alabama Saturday morning. Mrs. Emma Kerchlvel and her cous in, Mr. Jackson Brcaden, are visiting in Nashville this week. Mr. Roy Hyover was in town Sat urday. Mr. R. O. Dowell is fixing to get married. "Take again the original etching by Rembrandt, the angel announcing the birth of Christ to the shepherds. The picture was etched in the year 1034. It is really a sublime composi tion, notwithstanding its close ap proach, in' parts, to the innocently ludicrous. The whole conception of the scene may justly-be called noble and exalted; but such details as the heavy 'Dutch angel' and the 'pin wheel" of cherubs whirling above him, as well as th-f consternation of the cattle and the 'shepherds b.Mcw.Xare, Mr S M TVivis enr.nt Snrnr,lv in ' . ' ' , ' . , "l ......7 , ictis aitnouL;! trie master never '-lsim!- meant then, to be so 'In this old pi'-ture, I repeat, we jhave frenuine ft-el in ;:.-. The artists made their pictun-H just as they felt LICHTFOOT LODGE NO. 17, K i P. ELECTS OFFICERS. A most interesting election OF was them, and genuine feeling is the week, this being Lliti home of his child- on which date tJsrhtfoot Lodge No 1-eld Monday nHit. December 19th, ! source of all gnat art. no matter A Medical Receipt For Men and Women suffering from Unnatural Discharges, Gleet, Chronic Gonorrhea, Stricture, and all Uninary Troubles, I will send a Receipt and Di rection for curing any case in i to 3 days. The first treatment gives great relief, and if continued will cure you forever. Better than Doctor or Hot Springs " Has cured thousands. PRICE $1.00 S. D. LYONS, 310 E. 2nd Si., Oklahoma City, Okla. REMEMBER TnAT THE Textile Coloring and Dry Cleaning Company Cleana all klnda of Lacea, Bilka, Ve-lreta Ulovefl, Fur, Feather, Garment, Kte. Phone Main 196S U. $. MORTON, Mfr. 421 Cedar Street, Boyd Buildin'. hood Miss Cornelia Johnson left Satur day for Nashville to enter Roger Wil liams University. Mrs. Julia Irvin is here to spend the winter with her mother, Mrs. Ann Dew. A few days ago a young man ar rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson on Eleventh street for an indefinite stay. Ho will be called Wm, Jr. Mrs. Annie Walker, of i'rierson street, is in very feeble health. Master Graham Perry accompanied Dr. Johnson to Oklahoma. Mrs. Emma Warner, Mrs. Annie Beadon and Miss Anna Belle Prim.n, of iSashville, attended the funeral of Mr. Richard Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Libscomb, ol Cross Bridges, and Mrs. Pricilla Web ster, Mrs. Annie May Tucker, Mr. Charles Webster, of Wllliamsport, at tended Mr. Richard Webster's funeral. Prof, J. W. Johnson, of Roger Wil liams University, ras here a few hours the first of the week. Rev. George Haynes, of Nashville, is expected to till the pulpit at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church aain next Sunday, December 2th. CENTERVILLE NOTES. Centerville is beginning to put on her holiday appearance. Many visi tors are coming in to spend the holi days, and equally as many Centerville people are going elsewhere to spend the holidays. Rev. Shelby is planning to have a Christmas tree on Christmas eve night and a box supper on Monday in the Christmas. C. B. Pye, of Nunnelly, spent a few hours here Monday en route home from Wllliamsport, where he had spent a few days visiting relatives. 17. K. of P.. elected the following officers for the ensuing year, includ ing grand lodge delegates to the next Grand Lodge session to be held in Chattanooga, July 19t.h: Knights Ward, C. C; Patter, V. C; Peyton, M. at. A. Porter, M. of F.; Bransford. K. of R. and S.; Reed M. of Ex.; Up shaw, Prelate, Gaines Kelly, M. of W. Degraffenried, I. G.; Ixifton, O. G.; Wilson, Trustee, Delegates Haddox and Branford. PROF. CARL DITON IN GERMANY. The friends and admirers of Pro fessor Carl It. Diton who gave such a brilliant recital at tne Meharry Aud itorium this spring, and who Is re garded by music lovers as one of the celebrities in the niusicnj world, will be glad to know he is now In Munich, Bavaria, Germany, where he purposes to spend the winter filling engage ments as well as taking up and com pleting a more advanced course in the study of music. He sends through Mr. Henry A. Boyd, Manager of the Globe, his regards to Nashville friends, and especially to the student body of Meharry Medical College and Walden University. Professor Diton states that his entire tour throughout the United States was one continuous success. While he left earlier than he anticipated, it was caused by sud den changes of plans that developed in Germany necessitating his being present. It Is understood that Pro fessor Diton will return to America some time in 1911 or 1912, beginning his engagements in New York, com ing down the Atlantic Slope and 'into Tennessee. NEGRO GETS COLLECTORSHIP. Chas A Colter. 11, of Ohio, Given a Juicy Job at Honolulu through what medium the artist may express himself." The pictures of sacred subjects produced in the early ages of the faith and simplicity, Mr. Keptx-l reminds us, show that "the chief intention of the artist was to stimulate the piety 0 the spectator, ami not to make a 'pretty' picture." The Utzraru Di gc?t. T. oOR. President. J.E..IOHNSON, Cashier JLABASIA PE5SY- SAVIMS BASK, mUHINGIIAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,C0O.( VV. R. Petti i-ord, President. J. O. Diri'AV, Vice President. B. II. Hudson', Cashier. P. P. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 21 ( NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Banking ' Company, mitMixuimi, ALA. Capltl Stock 50,000 Doing a reur.lar banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great .Southern Industrial Home In surance Company. W. L. LAUDCRDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACK UN, Vice-President DP. S. P. THOMPSON. Cashier. REV. S.J. JACKSON. Teller and acting Cashier. Solvent and Savings Bank Trust Co., :'.J2 ItEALK AYE., MEMPHIS, TENS. CAPITAL S OCK $25,000.00. OFFICER8I MEHARRY PROFESSORS TO SOLI CIT ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR? TO CLEAR DEBT ON NEW HOSPITAL. At a meeting of the Executive Board of the Hubbard Hospital As sociation, the Hon. J. C. Napier, Pro fessor Medical Jurisprudence, Drs. if. F. Boyd, Professor Surs'l Gyneo cology and II. T. Noel, Demonstrator of Anatomy, were appointed by that body to canvass the citizens of the city with a view of raising the sum of $1,000.00 now pending in complet ing the payment for the new building. At this tlmo the white citizens will be approached for the first time in aid of this project. Dr. J. Frank Robinson, of Besse mer, Alabama, sent $10.00 to aid in furnishing the "Kate Lynn Lyons Ward" as a token of his loving mem ory of the deceased. The following will spend Xmos in the neighboring towns: Messrs. John Q. .'ay lor, James L. Sapp, S. Booker l.kman, Wm. Sanders and others ,hose iLimcs to date have not yet reached -the writer. The Internes of true George W. Hubbard ospital held their first busi ness neetlng at 3 p. m., Saturday last At Ails meeting chief among the notable business transacted was the elecjjn and confirmation of the offices of DiMin and Secretary of the body. Mr. J. Q. Taylor was confirm- R. R. CHURCH, President T. H. HAYES. 1st Vice-President J. VV. SAN FORD, 2nd Vice-President M. L. CLAY, 3rd Vice-President H. H. PACE. Cashier li. M. RODDY, Assistant Cashief ETTLE Attorney Secretary. Another meeting was held in the parlor of the Hospital at 4 p. ro., Monday, the principal address was made by Mhss C. C. Hunt, Head Nurse. At this meeting much satis faction was expressed by individual, members of the Interne Staff in favor of Miss -Hunt Everything around the Hospital is working in order ana this makes It very evident that we shall have a pleasant year. Rev. II. II. Oneal will preach to the members and friends of the Epworth League Sunday evening, December 25th, at 7 p. m., Thompson Chapel, Walden University. The public is cordially Invited. Through the columns of the Globe the students of Walden University desire to wish their friends a Spin of Seasonable delight and a Yuktide filled with joy and messing. CHRISTMAS CANTATA. The Second Baptist Sunday-School, corner Ninth avenue, South, and Ste vena street, will render "White Gifts for the King" and Tho Newsboy's Christmas Monday night, December 2G, 19-10. Special preparations are be inig made to mako this a grand occa sion. Admission, 10 cents. Mies, Florence Burnett. Superintendent: v ashlngtoi:. Dec. 17. Preset Taft today sent to the renate 'the ed as Dean and A. D. Beasley elected G. B. Taylor, Pastor.