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FOE THE BEST OF .HAM WAKE 1 TV on the fllEll AND SpCS5?tl5! Goods 3 ! All Kinds of Garden Tools Cnrpentora Toola Base Dall Uniforms Guns and Ammunition Silverware Cutlery Firs HERMITAGE HARDWARE CO., 309 Third Avenue, N. NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. i mm OfforQc c 4 II iiilQ MiladVs Note Book, j OOCKXX)COOOOOOOCOOOOOC A Prettily Planned Tea. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wright enter tained delightfully with one of the most beautifully planned teas of the season Tuesday, the 19th, compli mentary to Miss Cornelia M. Cham bers and her friend, Mr. Arthur A. Gipson, of Mount Olive, Miss., who has been pursuing his studies at Me harry Medical College. The reception rooms were decorated with flowers and ferns, and the guests arrived be tween the hours of 4 and 6. Music and games were the features of the evening. A two-course menu was ser ed rn the dining-room from a ta ble which had for its centerpiece a beautiful lace star. On this stood a gilded jardiniere holding a large white double hyacinth. At either side of this were cut glass bowls filled with mints. Mrs. Wright was assisted In serving by MlssLourethaU. Chambers and Mrs. T. J. Clinnison. Those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Cor nelia M. Chambers, Beflma Mahan, Daisy Patton, Clyde Nolen, Mary Car ter, Hattie Bramlette, Hortense Cox, Mabel Hemphill, Matilda Carpenter, Amelia Carpenter, Mary Young, Viv ian Young, Creasa Young, Dixie Chil dress, Maggie Silvers, Messrs. John Gateway, Simeon Draper, C. . G. George, Norton Bracey, Henry Pope, Edwin Stevens, Albert Howell, Reu .ben Richardson, Felix Harding and James Perkins. Mr. Wm. Baldwin Honored. Miss Lula Bass and Mrs. Beulah Jackson entertained at dinner Sun day, March 17, complimentary to Mr. Wm. Baldwin, of Silver City, N. M., at the residence of Mrs. Finley, 909 Seventh avenue, Souh. The dining room was artistically arranged with a beautirnl centerpiece of battenberg on the tabOe. A four-course menu was served. Those to participate in the affair were Rev. S. L. Howard, pas tor of SL John A. M. E. Church; Mr. Wm. Baldwin, Mrs. Lucy Harwell, Miss Ada Dlckerson, Mrs. Ada Ezell, Mrs. Beulah Jackson, Miss Lula Bass, Mrs. Emma Coffey, Mrs. Robt. Finley. Shirt-Waist Dance. Very attractive was the recent en tertainment at the Odd Fellows' Hall on Fourth avenue, North, given by Mrs. Dora Claiborne and Misses Em ma Owen and Emma Stone, for the benefit of the Turner Normal! College, at Shelbyvllle, Tenn. There were about 75 couples present, and every young lady was attired in a white Bhlrtwalst and dark skirt, with a col lar and four-in-hand tie. Prof. Dock Liner, instructor of the Wisteria Dan cing class, led the dances, which were varied and ntty. Refreshments were dispensed during the evening and a very neat sum was realized for the school. E. M. B. Club. The E. M. B. Club held a very in teresting meeting at the residence of the President, Mr. Lafayette Moore, Monday "night, March 18. The club Is growing stronger in a financial way and has on deposit with the People's Savings Bank a very neat little sum. We cordially invite the friends to each meeting, as we are desirous of enlarging our membership. Swastika Dramatic Club. The Swastika Dramatic Club met for rehearsal of the drama "Hearts of Men," at lCfll Jefferson street, the residence of Quintard Milller, Wednes day, March 13. This club is under the directorship of Mrs. A. G. Coomb3, and wil put on this great emotional drama at the Majestic Theatre early in April. The club is composed of the follow ing members: Misses Ruth Crockett, Vashti Caldwell, Marie Coombs, Mad eline Carter, Messrs. Chas. Kellly, Thos. W. Anderson, Andrew Allison, Q. G. Miller, Elmer Winston, U. S. Games, F. G. Smith, Edgar Fearn, A. B. Lovett and Tom Peyton. This is the first effort of the club and it is hoping to meet with great success, es pecially since the name Swastika means "Good Luck." Mrs. Coombs is a very able director, and Mr. Thos. W. Anderson is president. The next meeting of the club will be Wednes day, the 27th, at 8 o'clock. An Art Display. At the home of the president, Mrs. M. W. Blake, 8 Can'non street, the House Keepers' Club beautifully en tertained their husbands and invited guests on the evening of March 8th. There were about seventy persons present. A short program was ren dered, as follows: The club song; in vocation by Bishop Tyree, after which the president gave ati interesting his tory of the club from its organization. This was followed by greetings from the presidents and representatives of other clubs. A most beautiful collec tion of needlework was displayed, numbering something over one hun dred and fifty pieces. The club col ors were in evidence throughout, A delicious three-course menu was served and all dispersed much de lighted with the House-Keepers' art dispHay. La France Club. The La France Club of East Nash ville was highly entertained by Miss 5 Paulena Dunlap Wednesday evening, March 6. Dancing and games were features of the evening until a late hour, after which the club was served with ices. The next meeting will be at the residence of Miss Mary McCuil- lough, 730 Winter street. In Honor of Mrs. Hugh C. Hill, of Chi cago, and Mr. B. F. Ledbetter, of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kelly, of 719 Sixth avenue, South, entertained with a six-o'clock dinner on Wednesday evening. March 13th, in honor of Mrs. Hugh C. Hill, of Chicago, 111., who is on a visit to relatives here, and Mr. B. F. Ledbetter, of Mississippi, who Is here attending the Meharry Medical CoFege. There were present besides the host and' hostess and guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Robertson, Mrs. Eldridge Gordon, of Memphis, Miss Leonora B. Kelly, Mr. Irvln C. Brown and Mr. Alonzo M. Kelly, Jr., who recently returned from the South to join the family here. Mrs. Kelly's costume was grey silk, with waist hand-embroidered. Mrs. HJP1 was at tired In black messaline embroidered; Mrs. Robertson, grey satin waist em broidered In black; Mrs. Gordon, pea green messaline with red trimmings; Miss Kelly, blue silk with red trim mings. After dinner the remainder of the evening was spent in pleasant conversation and card-playlng. Aft er which, with reluctance each guest departed. Dr. Smith's Anniversary Celebration. Dr. F. G. Smith entertained a (lim ited number of friends at his beauti ful home on Fourteenth avenue, North, Saturday evening, March 9th. The hours were from 7 : 30 to 12 p. m. The occasion was his 46th birthday. Every year, so sure as the 9th of March comes, just so certain will there be a summons from Dr. Smith, and the friends have always gotten so much enjoyment out of Dr. Smith's anniversary celebration that it is now known as the Annual Stag." back. For this occasion a color- Dr. Smith says that he has reached his natural age and is now going scheme of yellow was beautifully car ried out. The decorations wero jon quils and yellow candles. Pretty place cards with sentiment fitted to each rn dividual were attractive. A five-course menu of cream tomato soup, escal loped chicken, creamed peas, French fried potatoes, coffee, nut salad, char lotte Russe and cake, wine, cigars was daintily prepared by Miss Edwlna Smith. Miss Smith Is a gradu ate of the Pratt InsiJtute, Brook lyn, New York, from the Do mestic Science and Art Depart ment. She has been elected to teach the same branches in the new State Normal. Miss Smith's ability as a cu linary artist was demonstrated on this occasion to the delight of all. The guests present were Drs. C. V Roman, A. M. Townsend, J. A. Napier, J. H. Hale, R. H. Voorhees, E. B. Jef ferson, C. 0. Hadley, S. H. Brown, G. H. Bandy, Geo. Moore, Dr. F. G Smith, Messrs M. Boutte, F. G. Smith, Jr., Malcolm King, C. N. Langston and Mr. Chester, of Houston, Texas; Prof. W. J. Hale and Hon. J. C. Na pier, Register of the U. S. Treasury. The Ladies' A. M. E. Union No. 1. The Ladies' A. M. E. Union met at the residence of Mrs. Sarah Dunlap March 1st, with the president, Mrs. H. A. Thompson, In the chair. After goln? through the routine of business, we listened to a beautiful paper by Mrs. A. W. Brown, subject, What shall we do for our boys? Tho paper was discussed by all present, after which the ladles enjoyed a delightful ice course. All expressed themselves as having spent a pleasant evening iand adjourned to moet the first Frl- Jday In April at the residence of Mrs 'G. L. Jackson, 707 Lea avenue. Fleur-de-Lls Club. Mrs. N. H. Pius was hostess, Thurs day afternoon, March 7th, of an en joyable meeting of The Fleur-de-Lis Club. The meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Mrs. A. N. John (son. The roll call was responded to Iwith Items of current Interest by the members present. Mrs. A. N. John son read a paper on George Washing ton as a President, which showed that much care and thought had boon given the subject, and combined with her clever handling, made the paper one of unusual Interest. At the close of the programme a delicious Balad course was served. I Besides the club members present he additional guests were: Mes dames Wilson, J. D. Ballentyne. A. G. W. Sango and W. S. Thompson. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. J. B.' Singleton. March 21st. Heliotrope Circle. The Heliotrope Clrclemet at the home of the vice-president, Mrs. W. P. Phillips, 1003 Second avenue, South. The roll was called, the ladies responding with quotations. Officers were elected for the new year. Mrs. J. H. Kelly, Jr., Presi dent; Mrs. Aaron Dodd, Vice-President; Mrs. James Franklin, Secre tary; Mrs. W. N. Hill, Treasurer. The president mapped out a line of work for the first two weeks. The club then adjourned to meet with Mrs. J. B. Battle. 805 Seventh South, March 29th. The Willing Workers' Club. The Willing Workers' Club of the Church of God met at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jim Lee, 1710 Tenth avenue, North, Tuesday night, March 12th. The meeting was called to oraer uy tne president, E. C Prayer by Tom Morris. by A. W. Thompson, 20th Pgalm. Forty-one members responded to the roll ca'il with verses with the word "Soul" In it. A temDtln menu wnn served by Miss Daisy Lee. "Wis- om is tne word for next meeting, which will be at the home of Mrs. K. Childress, 1813 Jefferson street, March 19th. - E. M. B. Club. The 'Employers Mutual Benefit Club met at the residence of Mrs Lloyd Moore, Monday night, March ina. owing to the ralnv wpurhpr only a few members were present. The president, Mr. Lafayette Moore, presided and many Interesting mat. ters relating to the club were discuss ed, jt was decided to give a social In the near future. After the regular routine of business, the club adjourn ed to meet with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Terrill, 317 Fifth avenue, South, Monday night, March 18th. Eagle Club C. of C. The Eagle Club C. of C. held their first month'y meeting at the residence of Miss Maggie Lee, 1017 Tenth ave nue, North. A very pleasant and in teresting meeting was held. Ad journed to meet with Miss Anna Shor ter, 533 Ramsey street, March 18th. The House Keepers' Club. The House Keepers' Club met ct the home of Mrs. C. H. Randals, of Green street, Monday, March 11th. The meeting was called to order by the president, after which the future progress of the club was freely dis cussed ny tne members present. Mrs. George Washington, the guest of the club, made a brief but interest ing talk. The hostess served a beautiful three-course menu. The club ad journed to meet with Mrs. Evans Ty ree, 15 North Hill street, Monday, March 25, 1912. Mohicans Meet. The regular weekly meeting of the Mohicans was held Thursday even ing at the home of Mr. C. T. Har well, 719 Jefferson street. An excel lent program had been prepared for this meeting and was splendidly car ried out. After the rendition of the evening's program, helpful and Inter pftinsr rcnarks were marie by several visitors, who availed themselves of the club's invitation, and were pre sent. , TTeFe young men are uV'ng sme excellent work along moral, re ligious and intellectual lines. They are debating and grappling with prob lems a'K' questions that puzzle many older heads. Their meetings will continue to be held weekly, on Thurs day evenings, and visitors are cor dially Invited to be present. THE TURNER ART EXHIBIT. The teachers of the public schools feel grateful to the citizens and friends for the assistance they ren dered in making The Turner Art Ex hibit a success. The exhibit gave the children of Nashville a chance to see the reproductions of some of the greatest pictures in the world. All of the children have read of Rosa Bonhuer, "The Little French Girl," but few of them had seen the "Horse Fair," "The Oxen Plowing," "Shep herd and Flock," "The Angelus and The Gleaners," painted by Millet, the artist, who told his father that when he was grown he meant to make pic tures of men, and on reaching man hood he followed out his early Ideas in a manner unapproached by other artists; for he painted men and women under the burden of heavy toll painted them not as individuals, but rather as types of the soil, and through all of his work we hear the ' cry of the earth." "Christ and the Doctors," by Hof man, ranks as a masterpiece of modern art Lanseer, "The Dog Boy's'" pictures were much admired. "Washington at Dorchester Heights," by Stuart. This artist goes down in history as being one of the greatest portrait painters that ever lived, having no equal In America. "Mona Lisa," by Vinci, was exhibited. This beautiful picture was stolen last year, and Is said to be somewhere in America. "Delphic Sibyl" and Prohp et Jeremiah," by Michelangelo, were the only pictures in Fresco painting. Michelangelo was one of the great est masters the world has ever known, whether considered as a painter, a sculptor or an architect. The last but by no means the least of these wonderful pictures comes "Sistine Madonna," by Raphael. This great masterpiece represents a vi sion showing the Virgin and her child standing on the clouds and surrounded by angels. M. B. SCALES. MISS UNA JOHNSON SUCCUMBS. Miss Una Johnson departed this life Saturday evening, March 9th, at 5 o'clock. She was sick only five days. She was conscious of her death and did not fear. She was only waiting on the Lord. She was a member of ML Gilead Baptist Church and a devoted Christian, though only a young lady of 16 years. She was one of two very devoted Isteri. Desirable resident and business lots surrounding the Colored normal and Industrial School OR SAL Lots not sold privately will bo offered at a Red Tag Sale tMay 18. Houses will be built on reasonable terms iuerutou leelty G who had lived in the community for everal years. Tho funeral aerrices were held Tuesday at 11 a. m., con ducted by Rev. R. Page, assisted by Revs. Adams and Black. Pall bear ers: Misses Estelle Dennis, Elnora Majors, Clara Davis, Mary Partes, Mary L. Chrisman, Mildred Pyles and Lillian Starns. MELUSINA AT WALDEN. , On last Friday night Melusina, a cantata which was the production of Hoffman, was rendered to the delight of a large audience which gathered at the Meharry Auditorium for the oc casion. Music by the choral society, under the direction of Miss Mamie Braden, dean of the music department of Walden University, was the fea ture. Hardly an entertainment in the cl,ty of a musical nature has been able to equal the rendition of this fete of last Friday night. The ehorus, quar tets and the solos showed great prep aration of the skilled instructions. Much interest was centered in this be cause of the nearness of the closing of the school season. The entire city was well represented on the occasion and the following program was ren dered :' Mr. Edward Brlgham, of New York City, Basso Profundo and Dramatic Reader, will give a recital of songs and readings at Walden University, Friday evening, March 29, 1912, at eight o'clock. Admission fifteen cents. Tho following is the pro gram: Songs: The Wanderer Schubert My Golden Love Kjerulf Were I on High Devrles Recitations: The Portrait Owen Meredith The Lells Edgar A. Poe Songs: Shadows Jacobs-Bond Oh, " hat We Two Were Maying Nevin The Heart Bowed Down... . Balfe Cardinals Song Halevy Recitations: The Mocking Bird Frank Llbby Stanton The Elf and the Dormouse .... Oliver Herford The Jackdaw of Rhelms Thomas Ingoldsby The Cataract of Lodore Robert Southey Songs: Good Night Edward Brigham Bohemian Folk Song Bohm Des Hold My Hands Tonight Jacobs-Bond The Keys of Heaven Old Cheshire Melody When You and I Were Young .. Butterfield Love Lost (Dedicated to Mr. Brigham) Hallett Gilberte RoHtalicn: The Ballard of Judas Iscarlot .. Robert Buchanan Song: Pilgrim's Song (Words by Tolstoi) Tschaikowski The Itfuslc Department of Walden University under the direction of Miss Mary E. Braden, Dean cf the Department, gave a delightful rendi tion of Hoffman's Melussina, to a large audience at Meharry Auditori um on the evening of Friday, the lflth, Inst. The occasion was the annual exhibition of the Walden Chora' Society, with Miss Braden as director and Prof. I. J. Berry as pianist. The performance brought out some fine musical talent, and evinced the thorough and high class work that is being done in that de partment of the institution. TULLAHOMA NOTES. Sunday was a bright and sunshiny day and the churches were largely attended. Miss Katie Norman, who has been sick, was out Sunday. Mr. Allen I. Belchey, of Nashville, was a star visitor in our town last Sunday. Invitations are out announcing the ap proaching marriage of Miss Mottle Colter. Mrs. Delia Neal is taking ON EASY P. L. HARKED, President and (Jen. Mgr. IJ. J. CARK, Sales Agent, phoxe, maln 4401 great interest in Sunday-school. Meet the Sunday-schoofl teachers' meeting each Friday night. Mrs. Callle Brooks was abe to fill her place In church last Sunday as usual. Mrs. Bettie Hunt still goes to church in the same old way. Prof. Laws made another famous lecture at the A. M. E. Sunday-school last Sunday. A grand reception will be given Miss Mamie Davis by the members of the Mt. ZIon Sunday-School next Friday night. Mrs. Ida Farris is preparing to spend Easter Sunday in Winchester with friends and relatives. Mr. John Muse, of Nashville, spent lasftJwnday here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shaw twins, a girl and a boy. Both are happy, bouncing babies. Mother and father both are happy and gay. Mrs. Mary Davis and Lular Colter were visitors on Washington street last Sunday. Mrs. Ida Farris entertained Rev. J. S. Swift and Mr. Allen and Miss Mamie Davis "last Sirnday. Happy Bud McGhee. What Is it? A new visitor, a big, nine-pound girl. Both mother and baby are doing well. Mrs. Henrietta Gld den and husband, of Nashville, will spend Easter Sunday with Wm. Hunt and wife on Washington street. Mr. Rob Harding and wife, of Knoxville, are visiting Mrs. Lewis this week. Rev. N. B. Morton will preach a rally sermon at the Baptist church Sunday at 2:30. Don't fail to be present. Mrs. R. O. Lewis is a live wire In the Sunday-school at the Baptist church each Sunday. Mr. J. H. HoTman, Wm. Hunt, Berrie Hickenson and Steve Hunt made a flying trip to the coun try Sunday, looking over the Holman Farm. For the news read the Globe. Mr. Standley Jenkins will make a fly ing trip to Hot Springs very soon. Mr. Norman Colston was in Chatta nooga last week watching the street cars. For the Globe see Wm. Jenk ins, the agent. SPRING HILL NOTES. To Editor Nashville Globe: I take this opportunity to commend your paper. It comes nearer meas uring up to the standard of dlstln quished journalism than any Negro paper published in the state since the war. While I am not personally acquainted with the editor, I am ac quainted with a large number of its correspondents, and it is particular ly noticeable that the best element of the race Is attracted to the Globe by the profound brilliancy of its edi tor. Fill our town and the country with the Globe it is doing a noble work. The Negro Board of Trade, The Women Insulted, The Western If-iegatlon and Dr. Boyd's Visit to Panama, are highly commendable. I I am greatly indebted to tlie editor for the publication of the marriage of Mr. Frank McLemore. BRIERSVILLE NOTES. Last Sunday was a fine day for church-goers. Every one seemed to take advantage of It. At 11 o'clock a. ni. Rev. J. W. Richmond preached a soul-stirring sermon to a large and appreciative audience. At 3:30 p. m. general class-meeting was held at the A. M. E. Church. At night Rev. Grant Bryant filled his pulpit at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Cornelia Lovelle, of Nashville-, spent a few days last week with her daugh ter, Mrs. Lottie Shaw. Mrs. Emer son Batts is sick this week. Miss Johnotta Bates spent the week-end in Nashville a? the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Angle Talley. Misses Katie and Florence Pettis, Mattle Webb and Mr. Edward PettiB attended tha Tom Thumb Wedding at Braden Memorial Church last Monday night. FOR SALE I OWN a beautiful lot at Murfrees horo, Tenn , No. 226 South Maney Ave., for sale. This lot fronts 5s feet wide. 241 feet long, with a vrootn cottatreand concrete sidewalks 2 1-2 hlncks south of the Public Square, in a white locali ty; will sell reasonable for rush Ad dress the owner. JAMES McGOODE, 409 8th Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. EMS onpny Take Up an Agency NOW IS YOUR TIME. DO NOT PUT IT OFF DO IT TODAY. Do you want to make money? If so, accept the agency to sell Negro Dolls You can make from three to fifteen dollars per day canvassing for these dolls in your town. For further Information, write, en closing a two cent stamp. Address a letter to the National Negro Doll Co. H. A. BOYD, Manager. 523 Second Avenue, North Nashville, Tennessee . OfFICl PHONf M 1889 RESJDtNCt rHONE HfMlOGH lUo Mini One, Call the Other Richard Hill Ileal IMlaie Notary Public REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 110 1-2 Cedar Street Naaliville, Team. Commercial Pressing IM V. WilH.ms. Prop. Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing & Repairing Fin Tailoring a Specialty Telephone Main 4739 105 Fifth Ave., N. Nashvi le, Tenn. WANTED! A young man who understands clean, ing and pressing. Apply to Hermitage Tailor Shop 210 6th Ave., North W. D. Loudon, Manager TREE SIGiM FOR DRESSMAKERS To every one who makes a purchase In our Sewing Machine Department rrom 6 centH worth of needles to a sew ing machine will he given a FKKK SIUN printed In lurxe letters on henvy card board. Ifyou are a dressmaker you need the aiKn. They are worth much more than the small purchase you are required to make, but we want the people to learn that I'htllirH and Mm tor (rn Is the place to save money on Sewing Machines, Supplies and repair ng. NEW AND REIflJU.T MACHINES Sold at very low prices and on easy vm ins. 1 u can nave your choice he following si. rim: "liressmakliu of "Sewing," 'Ham Sewlnu," Kane Sewing" and "All Kinds Sewing. Call lor your sign todav. Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. 217-223 Tbird Aye.,N. ANNOUNCEMENT WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE MR. P. F. HILL as a Candidate for Magistrate of the first (Nashville District) at the eusuiog Au gust election. The Only Sporting Goods House In The City J arrest line ol Rase Ball and Fishia, Tackle Geods lathe South Let ns prove iti DIXIE Sporting Goods Go. 40." Church Street.