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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912.
REMOVAL NOTICE FRANK MILLS Contracting Painter flrtR REMOUHO TO REAR J22 EIGHTH AVE., NORTH NASHVILLE, TENN. FOR SALE. At less than cost,) seven-room cottage, :orner lot, one block from Fisk Univer sity. Verv dfsirflhle horn fnr nn wanting to live near the greatest color id university in the south. Address iemy-Nance Printing Company, Nash 'ille, Tenn., Phone Main 2776. NASHVILLE'S STANDARD CLUIiS AND ORGANIZATIONS. Name of Club. President of Club. has. cohh A. L. 60UBBB8 Gohn and Goldberg LUMBER v Car. Fifth Ave. aaa Daarabreu Si (,' mi 109 ( IIS Fifth At., Soatk We M. 1SS NaskriUe, Ttim nnn pawned UUU OVERCOATS. !OR SALE CHEAP AT EINSTEIN BROS. x rAwNnROKEIt 239 mi 409 Colltj Street. Corner Pilfic Square s Aiguunum w Batcnelor Mams City Federation . Culinary Art Club Day Home , Eagle Fisk Fleur-de-lis House-keepers . . . Hubbard Hospital Hospital Board Boyd'a Inf. H T G. M. . Knowles School Alliance Ladles' Aid 1st Bapt ,Chr. Mohican Club Ladies Union (A. M. E.) ... Ladies Aid Congregat. Ch.. Ladies Progressive Club.... Ladies Auxiliary of the Colored State Fair Marechal NIel Art Non Parlel Phyllis Wheatley .. Sigma Mu Fraternity .... East Nashville Dramatic . W. E. P. C. Y. 1M. C A. ti Rock City Academy of Med icines and Surgery ., Greenwood Inde't Club Y.M. L. Club Mr. Wm. Boger Miss Lady Emma PhllllpB.. Mrs. G. L. Jackson Mrs. Bessie Kennedy Mrs. J. C. Napier Mr. Thos. Conn Mrs. P. R. Burrus Mrs. A. G. Price..'. Mrs. M. W. Blake Dr. Josie E. Wells Mrs. M. W. Blake Miss Hattle Caruthers .... Mrs. S. P. Harris Mrs. W. O. Tate Mr. C. N. Perkins Mrs. Harriet Thompson ... Mrs. P. R. Burrus Mrs. J. W. Work Mrs. N. H. Plus Mrs. Wm. T. Wilson Mrs. J. A. McMillan . , Mrs. G. L. JacTtson. ., Mr. E. A. Bailey Mrs. A. M. Townsend , Mr. Leslie Rowen ..... Rev. R. T. Weatherby Dr. W. A. Reed ...... Mr. Charlie Scrugg... J. L. Leach (pro tern) . President's Address. 1615 Jo Johnson avenue, 317 12th avenue, North 707 Lee avenue Hyde's Ferry Pike Washington, D. C. 720 Smiley street Ninth avenue and Cedar st. 1806 Jefferson street 8 Cannon street 1203 Second avenue, South. 8 Cannon street 1824 Jefferson street 1730 Jefferson street Eighth avenue, near Cedar, 1215 13th Ave., S 6 Lewis st Ninth avenue and Cadar st. 1607 Harding street Secretary. Mr. Samuel L. Carter Miss Hattle Hodgkins Mrs. J. H. Hale Mrs. A. M. Townsend Mrs. A. B. Carter Miss Jennie Brice Miss Lillian Bright Mrs. J. B. Singleton Mrs. J. L. Harlan Mrs. J. H. Hale Mrs. N. E. Perkins LMiss Lillian Bright Mrs. T. Clay Moore Mrs. Genie Patterson ..... Mr. C. T. Harwell Mrs. J. H. Hale Miss Lena T. Jackson .... Mrs. W. H. McGavock Secretary's Address. 1817 Scovel street 538 Samsey street 67 Maple street 707 Lee avenue Meharry Medical College 614 Webster street 214 Eighth street 20 North Hill 1315 Twelfth venue. South Meharry Med. College .., Mrs. Josle Brltt , Mrs. Frank McCullouga , Mrs. A. L. Plnkston .... Mrs. J. H. Hale , Mrs. Wm. Saunders ..... Miss F. J. Darrell , Miss Eudora McClelland Mr. S. P. Williams ..... Dr. L. A. Fisher Miss Mattie E. Bailey,, H. Jordan Stockard . . . TMs is the Dlcertory to the Standard Clubs In Nashville, to which visitors to the city are cordially Invited 713 Gay street 716 Gay street 639 Wetmore street 614 Webster street ; 713 Gay street 629 Webster street 18 North Hill street ...... 1116 Jefferson street 74 Murray street 639 Wetmore street 631 Wetmore street 18 North Hill Btreet 2032 Jefferson street Jackson and McLemore .... 719 Jefferson St 639 Wetmore street 135 Thirteenth avenue, N.. 1039 Sixteenth avenue, N... Grundy, near Twelfth are. 730 Winter street 1700 Jefferson street 839 Wetmore street Meharry Medical College .. 614 Webster street 1805 Heffernan street 1509 Jackson street 813 King Ptreet. 59 Maury street.. 1616 State street upon proper notification to Day of Meeting. 2nd Tuesday 1st and 3rd Saturdays Last' Friday 1st and 3d Wednesdays. 1st Wednesday 1st and 3rd Wednesdays. 1st Friday 1st and 3rd Thursdays .. 2nd and 4th Mondaya ... 1st and 3rd Mondays 2nd and 4th Thursdays 1st or 3rd Thursday . 1st Friday Every Monday 1st and 3rd Thursdays.. 1st Friday Last Thursday 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 2nd Wednesday . . 1st and 3rd Fridays 2nd and 4 th Tuesdays Last Thursday First Saturday Subject to call of President 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Every Sunday 1 t t 1st and 3rd Mondaya Every Monday Hours. 8-11 p. m. 4-7 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3- 5 p. m. 8-11 p. m. 4- 6 p. m. P. P. P. P. 3-5 3- 5 4- 6 3-5 m. . m. m. m. 8-11 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 8-10 p. m. 3- 5 p. m. 4- 6 p. m. 4-5 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3-5 p. m. 3- 5 p. m. 8-11 p. m. 7:30-9 p. sa. 8-11 p. m. 4- 5 p. m. 7-8 p. m. 8 to 11 p. either the Presidents or Secretaries. Grays Ointment For BOILS and SORES of all kinds v Ask. Grandma. V WANTED -A-y iahle Barber. Will pay a -:j to the Right Party. V Apply to "Pol. Doc Liner's Barber Shop 414 CKDAR ST. A PRIVATE INTIMITY ( First Opportunity Ever Offered Colored Women of Tennessee. The Maternity Home is located on the MurfreesboroPikein South Nashville. Its physicians and trained nurses have no superiors Ladies receive the best of atten tion before and during confine ment. We give you a positive guarantee of first-class service. Rates: $1,00 Per Day FOR FUll INFORMATION, CALL OR WRITE Mrs. C. E. Durley Johnson 141 lafayetteSU Nashville. Tenn. oooooocxxxxx;oock2ooooooooooocjcooooc XJOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXJOOT I MiladVs Note Book. I GOOCKXXX)OOQOCOCKX CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. Monday, January 29 Young Men's Literary Club will meet at their club room in the Pythian Temple, 428 Fiftn avenue, North, at 8 o'clock p. m. Thursday, February 1 F. D. L. A. Club, regular meeting. Friday, February 2 The Ladles A. M. E. Union No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Ellen Tyree, 15 North Hill street. Knowles School Alliance. Fisk Club meets. Saturday, February 3 ' Batchelor Maids, with Miss Jennie Noel. Sigma Mu Fraternity holds regu lar meeting. SIX MONT U'S COURSE IN POULTRY KEEPING ABSOLUTELY FREB STANTON CHEMICAL CO., ANACOSTIA, D. C. Kobt. H. Fite Harry L. Albright FITE, ALBRIGHT & CO. GENERAL INSURANCE Nashville Tenn., Fhoat, Main SOS 80S Third At., Horth A. G. JARRETT POOLROOM AND ) Breeder of Thoroughbred Bull Dots. Correspondaaoe Solicited. A. G. JARRETT, Sh.lbTTille, Teaa. 1 11 """"" 1 Nashville Choral Society ( 75 VOICES 75 WILL GIVE ITS FIRST CONCERT Fcb'y Mi, 1912 RYL1AM AUDITORIUM CHORUSES QUARTETS SOLOS CLASSICAL. SEMI-CLASSICAL AND FOLK SONUS SOLOISTS Mutdaraea C. O. fladlry, J. W. Wark. D. A. Hart, Mina Madeline Carter and Mr. A. G. I'rioe ADMISSION 25c J. W. WORK, Conductor Mrs. J. D. Ballentvne and Miss Hattle Caruthers at the Piano EXECUTRIX NOTICE. Having qualified as executrix of the last will of Celia Burns In the County Court of Davidson County, Tenn., notice is hereby given to all persona ' having debts or claims against the estaU of Oalia Barns, de ceased, to present them to me for payment; or all parties indebted to eold estate are hereby notified to come forward and settle at once. WE8TELLE BURNS, Executrix, 57 Cannon street Jan. 12 it THE W. E. P. CLUB. The W. E. P. Club met at the home of Miss Geneva Bender, Tuesday night, January 23, 1912. The presi dent, Mr. Leslie Rowan, being absent on account of Illness, the meeting was called to order by the vice presi dent, Mr. Albert Brackens. Prayer was offered by Mr. Charles Powell. After the roll call by the secretary, Mips Eudora McClelland, to which all responded, a general amusement ensued. Whist and music were the chief features of the evening and were enjoyed until a late hour, when the hostess served a sumptuous re past of Ices and cake. Bidding the hostess good . night, the club ad journed to meet at the home of Mr. Dave Boxley, 1017 Morrison street, February G, 1912. The visiting guest was Mr. Moore. DAY HOME CLUB. The Day Home Club will meet with Mrs. I. B. Scott, vice president, 125 Fourteenth avenue, North, the first Wednesday in February at 3 p. m. C. Fields, of Pleasant Green Baptist Church. After congratulations an ice-course was served. Many valua ble presents were received,,,, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley are at home to their many friends on Fourteenth avenua, North. FLEUR-DE-LIS. Mrs. A. N. Johnson was hostess ot the Fleur-de-Lis Art Club Thursday afternoon, January 18th. A large number of members attended and an swered the roll call with miscellane ous quotations. An organ voluntary, Andante In G. CEdouard Baptlste) was played by Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, which was followed by a solo, "Tlw Rosary" (Ethelbert Nevln), sung by Mrs. D. A. Hart. After an hour spent In needle work, the hostess In vited her guests to the dining-room, where an enjoyable Balad course was served. Mrs. Johnson's guests were Mesdames A. G. W. Sango, of Okla homa; J. D. Ballentyne, G. H. Bandy and Misses Elizabeth Moore and Eunice Griggs. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. L. H, Lewis, 1812 Morena street, Feb. 8, 1912. NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL CLUB GOES ONE STEP FURTHER. Messrs. D. H. January, T. L. Arm strong, James Monroe Martin, Mal chl Wilson, Lee Burke, James A. Black and R. J. Tiddle, of the Nash ville Commercial Club, which has been recently opened In thlB city, will organize among their fellow em ployees a social club, which will be known as the National Co-operating Club. The purpose of this club Is to create a greater Interest In moral, Intellectual and Boclal Mnes. It Is the Intention of the club to purchase a small building for a convenient meeting place for Its members to epend their leisure hours. In this building will be a reading room, gymnasium, debating hall and small lunch room. We cordially Invite all city employees of the club houses, business houses and hotels to join us. Address, 316 Fifth avenue, North, Nashville Commercial Club. BRADLY-HOLDER. Beautiful in its simplicity was the solemnization of the wedding of Miss Katie Holder and Mr. Robert Brad ley. The event, which was a culmi nation of a lovely romance, took place at the home of the bride's pa rents. The decorations consisted of many beautiful floral designs. At 8 o'clock Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Mr. Joseph Barry. The bride was very pretty in a cream silk trimmed with white satin, and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. The bride's maid, Miss Maggie L. Greene, wore a grey satin and carried a bouquet of carnations. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. City Items. After spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Drusilla Bailey left Nashville last Thursday for her home, Flemlngsburg, Ky. Mrs. Mosby, of St. Louis, is visit ing Mrs. John Adams, of Green street. Mrs. A. Pearl Crews, of Columbia, spent a few days of last week with her brother, J. H. Kelly, Jr., of 1732 Heiman street. Our great semi-annual clearance sale Is now on. $25,000.00 of shoes, dry goods and furnishings going for less than half Its value. One dollar 111 do the work of two dollars. Don't wait. ' Come now to J. H. Fore man, Eleventh Avenue and Jefferson, and save. Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Goodall, of Jackson, Tenn., arc the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Townsend. Mr. J. W. Turner has returned to Nashville from a trip to Eatonton, Ga., where he went to look after some real estate. While away he visited friends at Macon and Atlanta. Mrs. George Cage of 1604 Hark ing street who was called to Galla tin by the death of her mocher, Mrs. Mary Harris, has returned home. Mrs Bessie Winston and daughter, of Gallatin, are spending a few days with parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cage. Mrs. B. H. January has returned from Franklin, where she went to at tend her mother, who was ill. She reports her mother much Improved. Mesdames Maria White and Marie Chadwell. of 7 Garden street, left the" city Sunday morning for Dallas, Texas, to attend the bedside of their son and brother, Dr. Geo. W. White who Is critically ill at a sanitarium in that city. Watch the Big Red Sign on our store. Great semi-annual clearance sale going on wUhln. We need the room for spring goods. Everything mutt go, regardless of Its worth. Nothing reserved.' Don't delay. Come at once to J. H. FOREMAN and let your dollar do double duty. " Mr. Eary T. Johnson, of Columbia, is in the city for a few days on business. Mr. Wm. Johnson, of 112 Twenty first avenue, South, attended the fun eral of Mrs. Amanda Leroy Watklns In Columbia, Tuesday. Mrs. Johnnie Turner, of 4740 Dear born street, Chicago, 111., also Mr. W. E. Warren, of 3750 Rhodes avenue, Chicago, 111., were called to WTartrace, Tenn., on account of the death ot their devoted mother, Mrs. Julia Warren, who departed this life Jan. 17th. She leaves many relatives and friends to mourn their loss. All the best brands of calico 4 1-2 cpnts. Best quality Amoskwie elnsr ham, C 1-2 cents a yard. Best 12 1-2 cents outing, now 8 cents a yard at the great clearance tale, J. H. Fore MAN. Eleventh avenue and Jeffer son street. Mr. Geo. S. Davis Is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ward, 309 Eight eenth avenue, North. DEATHS. Millie Lee Wilson 1105 Pearl street, 13 years. Infant of Bertha Banks, 712 Ewing avenue. Houston White, 411 Twelfth ave nue, North, 21 years. James Campbell, Fite street, 4 years. Willie Mai Cooper, 2525 Booker street, 4 years. Jack Cartwright, 104 Fillmore street. 71 years. Shirley Bennett Lee, 712 Smiley street, 22 years. Howard Arthur, 643 Woods street, C5 years. Mary Walker, 2116 Eleventh ave nue. North. 51 years John McLemore, 6 miles on Gran ny White Pike, 23 years. Walter Ray, City Hospital, 33 years. Geo. W. Stevens, Third street, W. Nashville, 7 days. Edward Dlllahunty, 1216 Twelfth avenue, South, 50 years. Infant of Steve and Samuella Da vis, 409 Hanilltos avesue, 1 mosth. Dorthy Neoma Hatcher, 62 Green street, 1 month. Alvide Dobson, 207 Third avesue, North, 21 years. Mattie L. Stewart, 1620 Cedar street, 1 year. Addle Dickerson, . 21 Maury street, 25 years. Josie McMurry, Vanderbllt Hospi tal, 43 years. Pierce Alexander, 205 N. Second street, 2 years. Fred Adams, 1020 Forty-third ave nue, 10 months. Dave Gregory, East Side, Fourth avenue, 45 years. Laura Mai Bailey, City Hospital, 5 months. THE WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. The Women's Relief Corps of the G. A. R. are requested to meet In the office of the Past Commander, Rev. P. Taylor, Thursday, February 1, at 7 o'clock. Business of impor tance. By order of the president, Mrs. Lou Bell. Miss Emma Joe Cock rill is the secretary. CALL MEETING. The Housekeeper's Club will have a meeting at the home of the presi dent, Mrs. M W. Blake, Thursday, February 1st, at 2:30 p. m. All mem bers are requested to be present. MRS. WAYTES AT ST. PAUL. .Mrs. A. L. T. Waytes, of Boston, will preach at St. Paul A. M. E. Church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. CARD OF THANKS. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Holder and daughter, Carrie M., wish to thank their many friends for the kindness shown them at the death of their infant grandson, Thomas A. C. Baker, January 15, 1912. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS N. A., 8. A.. 12.. A.. A. and A. BOOSTER CAMPAIGN FOR AN INCREASED ENROLLMENT We must have SiSH) New Meters By JULY l, 191:2 ASK THE INSUIIANCE COMMISSIONER He will tell of our financial standing in the state of Tennessee. The Knights of Pythias have a rating at the Capitol enjoyed by jio other Negro order. Be as careful about joining an organization as you are about buying prop erty, it is a business proposition after alL PAYS Largest Endowment Most Sick Benefits ItitiiMt llurinl Allowance BE A BOOSTER for the Grand Old FRATERNITY NEGRO MAGISTRATE FOR DAVID SON COUNTY. It has just been learned that the Negroes of Davidson County are planning to elect a magistrate in the coming election. The aim will be to put up a man of unquestionable ability and who Is prominent with the peo ple, and then urge all Negroes to vote for that man. Several men have been mentioned, but It seems the Negroes are about settled on Mr. T. Clay Moore, the popular real estate dealer. Mr. Moore Is a young man fully qualified to fill the position. He is well-known and would make a strong race. Y. M. C. A. There will be a mass-meeting of men at the First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, North, Sunday, Jan. 28th, at 3:30 p. m. Prof. E. W. Ben ton, principal of Hadley School, will address the men. All men are cor dially invited. Good singing will be a feature. i t CONFERENCE BOARD. The Conference'Poard of the Wom an's Home Missionary Society of the Tennessee Conference of the Method ist Episcopal Church will meet with Its president, Mrs. I. B. Scott, the first Tuesday In1 February at 3 p. m. Mrs. A. P. Woods, secretary. REV. pnon.ii l AT SPRUCE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. T. J. Goodal' filled the pulpit both morning and night and deliv ered two very practical sermons on last Sunday. B. Y. P. U. The B. Y. P. U. of the Spruce Street Baptist Church will enjoy a program on next Sunday, Jan. 28th, as follows: paper, "Down In the Dumps," by Mrs. A. M. Townsend; reading, Mr. C. C. T'rry; solo, Miss Minnie Toney. Mis: M. E. V. Reed, president; Mr. George Roach, secre tary. 4 COURTESY THE WATCHWORD? Tho 2fi stores of the IT. G. Hill Grory R- Baling Company are num bered nmonfr Nachvil1e's most worthy and substantial enterprises. ; The force they employ is a Fmall army in itsolf Thoy work "a soort'y nwmber of crlnred men, which fact sliould not Ivs forgotten by- the No tones when they wish to" buy their groceries. . f j Their stores are filled with the choicest, the market affords. Their rrires are the lowest of the low. They eater to all the people all tho time. The persrnnel of their managers 1 nnr excellence. Courtesy Is the watchword. No customer is slight- Wall Paper, Pictures and Picture Frames Wall Paper from, - - 3 Cent IVoll Up Wall Paper( Hung, Plain 1 Edge at 8 On. Roll Pictures of all kinds for sale, Pictures, Diplomas and Policies of all kinds framed in the latest styles. A complete line of .frames to select from, cheaper than any place in town. Special prices made to Colleges and Students. Sumner Decorative Picture & Picture Frame Company . - 327 Fifth Ave., N. Miin 1840 Formerly with Cooper's m. IFite Hi?ot hen. PHONE MAIN 1680 f 116 NINTH AVENUE, NORTn Big Claria Sale every tannf goes at coat aa our Sprint Goads are cot SuilN From $1 ..( o S25.00 1 PunlH From S l.OO to SD.00 Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and Repairing Guaranteed LAIUFH WOKKANl'ECIALTY WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED W. B. KAUFMAN DEALER IN GENUINE PINE KNOT JELLICO AND Tel Slain 4SO 1 5 ftlO Four! It Avenue, North. ,cd whether he be millionaire or the man in rags. By their policy in selling for cash the yhave helped the people to loarn . : ,. i. 1 . . l. tTUl t'cuuuiiiy, in unit-! vvuniE), inu iiiiij Store are Temples of Economy for the people of Nashville. It has been riimored that the Nash ville Social Club has been raided. We wish to announce through your. ."pa per such a ' nent is without foun dation. J. C. THOMFSON, Manager. JftfiW 1 g V itaniMiiini i i in i an hi fe,w.MJ J Drink die satisfactory beverage Big Show, "The Adjuster," at Johnson's Theatre, Friday evening, B'ebruary 2, 1912. GsmK y t -jf.t . fl wiuonmca in Dottles. ; J S Delicous. Wholesome, I.J I mrst-uuenchinfr