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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911.
Y Y f y Y f y y y f f y t Y ; Y CLOISOMSE VEIL PINS A SOc article to sell at JtJSc Fiue quality, highly polished Cloisonne Enamel, a little gift any woman would appreciate. THE BUSIEST STORE IN NASHVILLE SPECIAL SALt BED ROOM SLIPPEKS Hand-Crocheted Zephyr Bed Room Slip pers, in all the pretty colors; appropriate for ladies and misses; two styles to select from; priced special at, pair 7Co $1.25 and .... lOl v7 O lf0TD CMIISISTMA SHOPPING AT CAIM-SIUDAM9 r t t X y f y y y y y ? y y y y f y t f y f Y t y y A... VISIT OUIt JEWELltY DEPARTMENT Before you select your Gift Jewelry. We have a complete stock of Solid Gold and Gold Front Jewelry. Our prices are about one-fourth under jewelry stores. Jewelry of all kinds, for ladies, men and children. Solid (Sold Chains, $3.00 1.50 and $1.00 Solid Gold Lockets, $5.00, down to $1.00 Cuffand Collar Tins, gold front, 50c and Cuff Tins, solid gold Veil Pins, solid jrold Solid Cold Tie Clasps (Jold Front Tie Clasps Gold Cuff Buttons, in velvet case (Jold Stick Tins, in velvet case, $2.00, $1 00 and.... Bracelets, for Children, $1.00, 75c and Bracelets, For Misses, $3.00, down to Bracelets, for Ladies, $5.00 down to The Store that gives greatest values all the time; The Store that has everything you want to buy for Christmas presents. TWENTY SEVEN DEPARTMENTS filled with Practical Gift things for Women, Men and Children. Come tothis Store and save on every Gift you buy. 2.e ... $1.00 $1.00 $1.50 50c $1.00 .50c .50c .$1.00 .$2.50 SILVER MESH PUHSES FOR GIFTS All styles, kid lined and unlined; German silver, $6.50, $5.00, $3.50, $2.50, $2.00 J Velvet Bags -Special values in new Velvet Bags, all colors and black; all the new shapes; regular S:!?.:!1.... 1.00 KID GLOVES FOR GIFTS Short Kid Gloves Complete line of all the best grades, in all shades; boxed free; at, 1 A A pair, $1.50, $1.25 1.UU Long Kid Gloves, in every size and color wanted; best grades; extra values at, pair, $3.50 down to PRACTICAL WEFTS IN MEN'S WEAI 2.25 Complete stock of men's Furnishings, includ. ing hundreds of useful, practical things for gifts. Men's Combination Sets, consisting f Tie, Hosiery and Handkerchief, in beautiful Christinas box; priced from fOjf $1.25 down to 9UU Men's Christinas Suspenders, attractive line, all silk, in beautiful Christmas ftHp boxes, at, pair, $1.00, 09c and UUl Men's Sbirts, great Holiday line at special prices; coat styles, in white plaited bosoms and figured effects; $1.25 values, Qff special at WJU Men's Silk Hose, 25c Pure thread silk, dou ble lisle heel and toe; new line, all fast colors; 35c values; special OEf at, pair WU Christmas Uox Ties, in dozens of pretty col ors, in figures and Persian effects,! the kind that sell for $1.00 in the men's store; on sale Monday at . . 75c Men's Initial Handkerchiefs,. pure Irish linen embroidered initials in leather cases, six to case; special 4 KH for Gifts... '. I .wU Men's All Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, the best value we ever offered; , i 01 at, each V. I t Men's Ties, 50 dozen on sale this week; all I pretty colors; many worth up to OK A 50c; special at, each . . Cvv Men's Ties, special at 50c All silk, in the ne w colors and styles; reversible, C f g tubular and flowing-end styles at WWW CHILDREN'S FUR SETS Complete stock, including all kinds and qualities. Make your selection, while the assortment is unbroken. White Angora Sets at $3.50, $3.00, $1.98, $1.49 $1.25 White Ermine Set at 98c White Thibet Sots, at $3.50 and $2.50 White Iceland Fox Sets at $6.50 Brown Coney Sets at $1.50. $3.50, $2.50 and $1.98 Brook Mink Sets at $6.50 Gray Chinchilla Sets at $8.00 down to $3.00 'LADIES' FUR SETS FOR GIFTS White Iceland Fox Sets, large Pillow Muffs and large Shawl Collars; limited number to offer, 4 Q Eft special at $21.95 and - I ViUU LADIES' TOILET SETS Ladies' Toilet Sets, priced special to introduce our great new Holi day line; all styles, from 2-piece set at $1.00 up to the finest Ger- man silver case sets at 12.50 3-Pieee Toilet Set, in Dresden and metal backs, in nice case; $2.50 values, at set. 1.69 t f t y f t Y Y Y Y Y 3-Piece Toilet Sets, of heavy art t :i i i. ij-i tT suver, neiiviiy cuvereuj a, pusiuve $5.00 value; 9 QC special at set.. LftD DOLL BUGGIES Doll Folding Go-Carts, in all col ors; 75c values: on sale J n today at. olC Doll Folding Go-Carts, steel frame, steel wheels: extra large size; $1.50value, on sale 1 A A special today at 1UU Doll Folding Go-Carts, steel frame; rubber tires, collapsible top; Bos ton leather, in all colors; priced special at I TA $2.50 and 1.0U All Kinds of Dolls. Priced lowest at Gain-Sloan's t t f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y It doesn't matter what kind of a Doll you want come to this $ price. We show trie largest stock in Nashville including fine Bisque Jointed Dolls-Kid body and Dres sed Doll. 25 per cent under other stores. Y Y Y t Y LETTERS TO SANTA, McKenzle, Tenn., Dec. 13, '11. P.-ar Santa Claus: I am a little boy and have been real good. Please do not forget me this Christmas. 1 want you to hrlng me a tricycle, a gun, a toy dog and cat. Don't forget to bring some candy and all the good things I can eat. Good bye, BOY BLUE DOBINS. McKenzie, TVnn., Dec. 13, 1911. Par Santa Claus: I am a good little girl. I help mam ma every day and I go to school. Pl'aso brinz me a doll, a lamp, a doll bed and a big stick of sandy. I will go to bed soon and will not peep. Don't forget little Hazel. She has no mother to care for her; she wants a doll and lots of good things. From GIRTIE DOBINS. McKenzie, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1911. I write you to ask you not to forget me. Please bring me a doll and a doll bed, a rocking chair and all the good things I can eat. Please do not forget my playmates. From NONIE CATEN. rnr s.mta. Claus: McKenzie, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1911. I am a little boy just seven. I try to be good. I study my lessons and I want you to bring m'a a tricycle, a gun and a dollar's worth of oranges. Phase bring me a new suit and a pair of gloves. I will go to bed ear ly and sleep all night. Your little friend, FRANKLIN BUCK. Doar Santa Claus: McKenzie, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1911. I am going to tell you what I w'ant you to bring me. Please bring n;e a top, a gun, a horn, a harp, whis tle and tricycle. Don't forget to bring ni'e all. the good things to eat 1 am a good boy and mamma says I am very smart. From FLOYD BUCK. McKenzie, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1911. Dear Santa Claus: I am a good little girl and In the fourth grade. I help mother cook and house-clean. Please bring me a set of furs, gloves, a gold ring. I need a doll table and cooking stove. I have all the other things you brought me last Christmas. Don't forget mamma and grandma. Your little friend, THEODOSIA BUCK. - Nashville, Tenn.. Dec. 12, 1911. My Dear Santa Claus: I am a lit tle boy just two years old. I have been trying to be good. I thought I would write and tell you what 1 want for Xmas. I want a little drum, wagon, horse, a harp, a teddy bear, an eengine, and last of of all don't f-vrcri in Virlncr anmn pnnflioa arr nuta and oranges. I live 616 Webster , ' street, East Nashville. Your darling boy, HUGH L. YORK, Jr. dressess are sent in, whatever they may have on hand will be divided out as far as it will go. All business men and lovers of hu manity are asked to leave names and amounts with the secretary or treas urer of the club. The members desire to make many homes happy this Christmas. v One poor old woman, now in glory, said one Christmas day when a Phyl lis Wheatley member carried her a basket, that she did not know God had in all this wide world one person who would think of her that Christ mas day. Another said, "This is the happiest day I've seen in twenty long Dear Santa Claus: I do not want much this year. I want a rain coat and some candy if you please. I am eight years old. Your friend, LETSIE WOODFORK. 2410 Herman St. I tvi ri,iV a nlcn trvlncr to secure X ilVf J - - J ' a home for the old people, In sDeaking of the work of the vlub the uresident. Mrs. G. L. Jackson said: Let us mawe this world better ana happier by having lived in it." Mrs, J. II. Hale is secretary and Mrs. Fan ny Thompson is chairman of the ex ecutlve board. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB MAKES APPEAL FOR THE POOR. The Phyllis Wheatley Club makes an appeal through the Globe for help to make Christmas cheer and sun shine in the homes of the poor. This club has done this work for fifteen years and only when the work be came so large, two years ago, did they call upon the public for dona tions of any kind. The club distnb utes its charity wherever needed. They see how other races look after their poor and provide happiness and cheer for them, and realize it as a duty of Negroes to do the same for their poor. They know they can and thin y(ar will do more than on any precious occasion. They will make the donation from St. Paul A. M. E. Church on the club's regular meeting day, Thursday, De cember 28. Any contribution of any kind will be gratefully received and properly given out. They have al ready a number of names of those de siring help and any persons knowing of others in any part of the city who really need help, if names and ad EVENING OF PLEASURE. The home of Mrs. Jessie Hambrick. of North Hill Street, was a sceno of much hilarity last Friday from 5 p. m. till 11:30 p. m. Games and dancing were the principal features of the A delicious ice-course was served at a late hour anu the guests retired aft er expressing themselves as being ex ceedingly delighted for the immense pleasure received at the hands of the hostess. Those to enjoy the pleasan tries were Misses Ella, Willie and Bessie Cockerill, Pearl and Nannie Brooks, Flora Carraway, Mattie Allen, Mary Page, Alberta Stubbs, Sailie and Willie Duvall, Murry Adams, , NASHVILLE CHORAL SOCIETY PROGRESSING. The Nashville Choral Society Is having enthusiastic and profitable meetings at present, and is now put ting on the finishing touches to Its work for the concert to be given in the near future. The voices are har monizing and the musicianship of the organization is more and more appa rent as the rehearsals come and go. The make-up of the soci'ety is capable of producing one of the finest chorus es in the country, and there is In store for the people of Nashville ono of the greatest musical treats they have ever heard. In addition to the chorus work there Is to be part slng- Mra. Jennie Hambrick. Ruth and Ra- ing and solo work by our leading sing- ers. one interesting ana important feature is the Folk Songs, which are led by Mrs. C. O. Hadley, who proba bly has no equal in this line of work. Her voice is perfectly adapted to this music, and her knowledge and inter pretation of it are authoritative. Her leadership with the splendid support given her by the chorus produces en tirely new and original harmonies, which are striking and entrancing. chel Hambrick, Messrs. Warren, Dy er, T. J. Jones, Lindsey, Munchus, Nelson, Martin, Crawford, Taylor, Brown, Strawbridge, Amos, Barnes, Church, Brooks, Wright, Whittice, Green, Scott, Lynn Taylor, Poindex ter, Massy, Durham, Johnson, Henry and Oliver Hambrick. RELIEF CLUB. Relief Club met with Mrs. Emma Eldridge, Tenth avenue, South, and Archer street. December 1, at 3 p. m Opened with Song and prayer by Chaplain. Minutes of glast meetin read bv secretary were received and adopted. Roll called each member responded with their dues m routine order. . Mesdames Carney, Bettie Mason and Cora Alexander being vis itors were introduced to said club by the President They also addressed club with many encouraging remarks. Mr. Peppers and Mrs. Lucy Wil liams brother and sister of Mrs. El dridge. came late and favored the club with some of their best selections of songs. The whole family is noted for excellent talent for music. A two-course menu was served. Those who enjoyed the hospitality were Mesdames Cora Alexander, Car ney, Bettie Mason and Lucy Turner, Lucy Williams and Mr. Peppers, be sides fifteen club members. Mrs. El dridge was assisted in serving her guest3 by her sister, Miss Lillie Pep pers and Mrs. Lucy Williams. Everyy one present enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. MRS. SANDERS ENTERAINS. Mrs. Lillie Sanders entertained Wednesday evening a few friends in honor of her birthday. Those to en iov the hospitalities were Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Lunis Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. John McEwen, Mr. Sclioffner, Mrs. Exie Cullum, Miss Laura Patton, Miss Bessie Cockrill, Miss Clayton Partee, Miss Willie Cockrill, Miss Frances W. Henry, Dr. Costell B. Walker, Dr. Porter Davis, Dr. S. Tillman, Dr. 11. II. Walker, Dr. Worthom, Richard Ratcliff, Howard Wilson, James A. Black, Willie Mc Ewen, Ira Mallory, Murrey McEwen, Rev. F. R. Anderson. A CARD OF THANKS. We sincerely wish to thank our many friends for the kindness shown us during the recent illness and death of our dear mother, and to also thank our friends for the beau tiful flowers sent. Daughters, Mrs. Jessie Whiteside, Mrs. Corelia Blakemore, Mrs. Emma Thompson. PLEASANT STORM PARTY. A few evenings since, Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Work were very pleasantly surprised by a number of teachers and students of Fisk University wltn a storm party. It began with a quasi serenade, led by Miss Sylvia Ward at the front door, then suddenly there burst into the hall the merry party who took possession of the house and soon were in the midst of great fun. The games "Going to Boston," "Goln& to Jerusalem" "Stage Coach," and the like were enjoyed to the uttermost. Dr. M. V. Boutte made a very) fitting speech to the honorees of the occa sion, to which there was a response by Prof. Work. During the evening cocoa and wafers were served at In tervals of rest in the games. This most enjoyable affair was arranged by Dr. Boutte and Miss Etnah Ro-chon.' MRS. HARLAND ENTERTAINED. Misses Mary L. Clark and Nellie .E. King entertained with 'a prettily ar ranged affair last Thursday evening to compliment Mrs. Lula Ilarland, of Brownsville, Tenn., whose recent marriage was a social, event of inter- i I: I ft ft