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NASHVILLE , GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
6 ft gbai seeiiTV ir CONSISTING OF VOICE JO Under the direction of Prof. J. W. Work WILL RENDER A CONCERT AT T.'..JOHK A. M. E. CHUKCII, Friday Night, April 19th AT StOO O'CLOCK Given under the auspices of the Phillis Wheally Club and the King's Daughters ADMISSION - - 25 CENTS Tickets ob Sale at Fisk Pharmacy Jefferson Street, People's Saviaf Bank and Trust Co., Bontte-Dravton Pharmacy Cornor Lafayette and Maple Streets. ism y TUEAH Everybody likes to locfk well at Easter time and there is nothing that tones up one's appearance rxore tnan choice Easter Footwear. We are fully prepared to show you all the nice new Spring White Shoes and Slippers. Tan Shoes and Slippers, Patent Button, Oxford arid Pumps For Misses and Children they all Easter and bring the babr, too. want ntw Shots for XH opkin Shoe Go. W. B. KAUFMAN DEALER IN GENUINE PINE KNOT JELLIGO AND TEL. MAIN 4564 616 FOURTH AVE.. NORTH. MiladVs Note Book. Heliotrope Club. Mrs. J. B. Batte entertained the Heliotrope Circle March 28th, at her homo on Seventh avenue, South. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. J. H. Kelly, Jr. The roll was responded by quotations from Longfellow. The ladles looked very charming with their club aprons on. Each one worked faithfully for one hour, after which the hostess served a salad course which all en Joyed. The club adjourned to meet with Mra. Aaron Dodd,. Deluge street, uvenne iwusicaie. A Juvenile Musical will be given Yiday evening, April 12th, at 8:00 clock under the auspices of the Irst Baptist Church, Eighth Avenue, North. Some of the best young talent of the city will appear on the pro gram. There will be a selection on a violin by little Miss Irene Francis, of Scuth America, who is only seven years old and quite talented. She is the youngest violinist who ever vis ited Nashville. Little Miss Midge Saunders, who is popular for her very excellent readings, will also ap pear on the program. Don't forget the date, April 12th, at First Baptist Church. Admission, 10 cents. MRS. G. H. BANDY. Manager. Society. Nashville society Is looking forward with great Interest to the grand con cert of 100 voices under the direction of Trof. J. W. Work, which will be given at St. John A. M. E. Church Friday night. April 19th, 1912, for" the benefit of Phyllis Wheatley Club and King's Daughters. This will be the last concert given by the. Choral Society this season. On this occasion they will render their famous cantata, "The Wedding March." This is the most popular cantata before the music-loving pub lic of today. The Society Is being trained by Trof. J. W. Work. It con gists of one hundred of the leading singers of this city, Including gradu ates of Fisk, Roger Williams and Walden Universities, and Pearl High School. When this' Choral Society appeared at the Auditorium last win ter, ten thousand people were car ried into cstacles by their Ringing of classical and Jubilee music. The concert to be given on the 19th of April will eclipse either the one giv en at the Auditorium' or the one giv en at Capers Chapel recently. Centennial Social Club. The Centennial Social Club met with Miss Myrtle Johnson, of Main street, East Nahn!lle, Tuesday eve ning. Roll was called and each re sponded with quotations, after which the president made a very Interest ing address. After business was transacted, music and dancing were indulged in until a late hour. Mem bers present were Misses Bessie M. Phillips, Myrtle Johnson, Maggie Eakins, Cordelia Cohen, Mattie Clay, Johnnie L. White and Sarah McCage. Visitors present were Messrs. Levi Savage, Alex Tipton, John Anderson, Tommie L. Stockell, Frank McOroom and John B. Stockell. Club adjourned to meet April 16 with Miss Maggie Eakins. Mrs. Foster Long Entertains. Mra. W. Foster Long was hostess Sunday of a prettily-arranged dinner at her residence, 1033 Jo Johnston avenue, to compliment Rev. O. K. Wilson, of Louisville, Ky. Seated at the table were Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Fields, Rev. O. K. Wilson, Miss Mag gie Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Work and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Long. A five-course menu was served. Fleur-de Lis Club. An enjoyable meeting of the Fleur-de-Lls Club was held with Mrs. J. B. Singleton, Thursday afternoon, March 21st. Mr. E. W. Bailey, who is a prominent pianist in the musical cir cle of Nashville, gave a piano reci tal that was very creditable and pleas ing In every way. Mr. Bailey is very much at home .at the piano, and throughout the program his playing was heartily appreciated by his audi ence. Mrs. H. A, Cameron assisted Mr. 'Bailey, giving two vocal numbers. The program follows: Impromptu (Wilson) ...Mr. Balle" To the Sea (Mac Dowell) Mr. Bailey Your Eyes (Robinson) Mrs. Came ron. Traumerl (Schumann) . . Mr. Bailey Flower Song (Gounod) Mrs. Cameron Hunting So'n (Mendelssohn) Mr. Bailey. Following the program a business meeting was held, when all arrange ments for the Musical Tea, to be held at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Cald well, March 28th, were completed. During the social hour an Ice course was served. The guests at this meet ing were Mesdames W. H. Fort, G. W. Haynes, Green Hall and Misses Har riet E. Caruthers and Mattie B. Scales. The club adjourned to meet April 4th with Mrs. A. M. Townsend, C12 Webster street. The Azalia Art Club. Last Monday evening, April 1, the Aralia Art Club met with Mrs. Thos., Holman, of 809 Sylvan street. East Nashville, at 3 o'clock. Roll was called and each person responded with a quotation. A very interesting meeting was held. After business was transacted the evening was spent in social affairs. Dainty refresh ments were served. The club ad journed to meet April 14th with Mrs. Cynthia Boyd, Sylvan street, at 3 o'clock. Centennial Social Club. Last Sunday . evening the young Misses of East Nashville met at the home of Miss Bessie M. Phillips, on Ramsey street, for the purpose of organizing ay social club among them selves. The club was formed and the following officers were elected: Miss Mattie Clay, president; Miss Beatrice Payne, vice president; Miss Myrtle Johnson, secretary; Miss Cordelia Cohen, assistant secretary; Miss John nie L. White, treasurer; Miss Orethia Stevens, chaplain; Miss Bessie M Phillips, reporter; Misses Sarah Mc Cage, Ollie Shorter and Maggie Eak ins are members. After the organi zation and the election was over the club adjourned to meet Tuesday eve ning at the home of Miss Johnson at 6:30 o'clock. ... The Domestic Club. The Domestic Club of North Nash ville met at the home of Mrs. A. J. McGavock, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. An hour was spent sewing, after which music was en joyed. Miss M. McGavock presided at the piano. At a late hour they were invited to the dining-roomIfr.whieh was beautifully decorated with"piiSii carnations and ferns. In the center of the table was a battenberg piece and a cut glas3 vase filled with pink carnations and ferns. An .elaborate menu was served. Those present were as follows: Mrs. A. J. Mc Gavock, Mrs. I. J. Edwards, Mrs. R. B. McKnight, Mrs. Lewis Bryant, Mrs. R, L. Putman, Mrs. O. H. Strat ton, Mrs. William Ferrell and Mrs. Robert Stratton. The next meeting will be with Mrs. I. J. Edwards. Six O'clock Dinner. Mrs. Melvln Hayes entertained Sun day evening at her home on Twelfth Avenue, North, with a beautifully planned dinner to celebrate the birth day of her husband. The house was prettily lighted and a four-course menu was served In the dining-room, where the floral decoration of the at tractively appointed table was a vase of carnations and butter cups. Seated at the table were Mr. and Mrs. Ma jor Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arm strong, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, Mes dames Annie D. Anderson, Esther Powells and Mr. Phillip Douglass. Birthday Entertainment. Mrs. G. H. Bandy nterl;i inert last Friday afternoon in honor nf her lit tle daughter, Ruth E'.lons birthday. Like all the entertainments at Mr. Bandy's home, this one wjs a brilliant and interesting event. Thi drawir.g room was fragrant wUL clusters cf spring flowers and white and pink carnations. The decorations In the reception hall were golden rods and ferns. The party was given in the form of a musical, which brought out the best young talent of Nashville. Readings, vocal solos, instrumental solos and the violin solo that was rendered by little Miss Irene Fran cis, of South America, were greatly enjoyed. Mls Ruth Ellen Bandy was assisted In receiving her little guests by her mother and Mesdames Carrie W. Brown and F. E. Dawson, Misses Seline Peterson and Marie Stockell. The little hostess received ynany beautiful presents. www Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reeyes Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reeves enter tained the Willing Workers Club at their residence, Fourteenth avenue, North, Tuesday night, March 26th. The meeting was called to order by the president. The opening song was "Beautiful Robes." Prayer was offered by Katie Childress. Lesson read, St. John 6th chapter, by Rev. A. W. Thompson. Fifty-two members responded to roll call with a verse containing the word "woman." There were six visitors to the club present. Collection for the evening, $4. The club was addressed by Miss LoU- retha U. Chambers, asking the Lord for the good to go on to perefection The hostess then served the club to a tempting menu of chlclten croquets, with green peas served In mushrooms, fruit salad, cracker hearts, salmon salad, chocolate and white ices, de licious cakes of red, white and blue. The waiters were Mrs. Florence Lee Smith and Mrs. Sadie Miller. The club adjourned to meet at the home of Mr. Fred Carter, 110 North Eighth street, East Nashville, Tuesday night, April 2. www Morton Rivers. A wedding of much Interest was that of Mr. Richard Morton and Miss Ophelia G. Rivers, which took place at the residence of the bride's parents, 1019 Stevens street, on Thursday evening, March 28th. Promptly at 8:30 the bridal party H I marched into the beautifully decorat ed parlor to the strains ot Mendel sohn's wedding march played by Mr. John A. Galloway. The march was led by little Matie Edna Webster, wno carried a decorated tray of flowers containing the license to the altar. The bridesmaids were Miss Ber tha Leovnia Williams, of Colum lia, and Miss Marie Williams; they were beautifully gowned in white, and their flowers were American beauties. Next came the bride with the best man, Mr. Andrew Morton. The bride was beautifully gowned in a hand-embroidered dress of silk organdy; her veil was caught up with orange blossoms and her flowers were Easter lilies, bridal roses and lilies of the valley. The guest list numbered 200. Misses Frances Butler and Agnes Halfacre assisted Mrs. Rivers in receiving. Mesdames Amos, Robt. Williams, sis ter of. the groom, and Miss Viola Rivers kept the wedding degister. Quite a number of handsome pres ents were received. Loralne Social Club Entertained. The Secretary of the Mohicans, Mr. C. T. Harwel''. entertained the Loraine Social Club Tuesday, March 25th, at his home. 719 Jefferson street. An Interesting program was rendered, ending with a debate: "Resolved, That Women Should Have Equal Suf frage. The affirmative was argued strongly by Mr. Henry Richardson, but was defeated by the negative, sup ported by Mr. Samuel Love. The club adjourned to meet Tuesday, April 9th, at the home of Miss Maggie Reed. A Delicious Supper. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Easley enter tained at supper Friday evening at their home on 'ShanKland street In honor of Mrs. L. Howard, of Chicago. Covers were laid for the following guests: Mrs. L. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Prince Bowman, Mesdames Ella Parks, Mary Bell, Bettie Brown, Amanda Watkins, Miss M. A. Dunson, Rev. C. K. Clark, Dr. Reed and Mr. J. S. Gibbs. DOOXKXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCS Ciig Items. National Co-operative Club The National Co-operative Club met at Young's Hotel Wednesday night for the purpose of planning to move into a building real soon. A number of members donated $5 each. A number of liberal gifts are prom ised the club by come of the white cit'zens, when the club gets in a build ing. ANNOUNCEMENT. Lytle-Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Robinson, of An tioch, have announced the engagement and approachi'ng marriage of their daughter, Lottie D., and Mr. Ed. Lytic of Nashville. The marriage will be solemnized in Antioch April 17th at the Home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mra. Dock Robinson. Young Men's Literary Club. The era of prosperity Is fast ad vanclng to its zenith, of which our club is reaping bountifully of the same. A deal of time since we have been permanently located has been given to remarks from our visitors, and at our last meeting the club was favored with a visit from Mr? Thomas and Dr. Welker, of Fisk University, each bearing a useful as well as helpful message. The ciub is looking forward to one of the greatest eventa in its history. Tha Is our anniversary of Friday night Our president, Mr. Kinzer, will be down from Centerville to witness the occasion, and a large gathering is an ticipated. The program will begin promptly at 8 p. m. and all friends are requested to be on time to wit ness the whole affair; and more still, to hear Dr. Roman, one of -the fore most Negro philosophers. SONG SERVICE AT ST. PAUL EASTER EVENING. Promptly at 8:00 o'clock Easter evening the St. Paul A. M. E. Church choir of thirty voices will Introduce the "Processional," wearing cottas and cans, at which time they will render a Bong service. As an indica tion of their renewed energy, they have equipped themselves at their own expense. The. choir has put forth extraordinary efforts to pre pare a creditable program, and asks the public to attend in large numbers The program follows: Processional Gloria "Twelfth Mass" Invocation. "The Prophecy" (Extract from the New Life) A. G. PRICE. "The Temptation" Extract from Ashford's Cross and Crown) "Shadow of the Cross" (Extract from Ashford's Cross and Crown" MISS MIRANDA WINTER, MRS. A. G. PRICE. MESSRS. GEO. GIB SON AND A. G. PRICE. "The Strife is O'er" (Extract from Ashford's Cross and Crown" MISS A. K. DAVIS. "Christ the Lord is Risen" (Choir Leader.) "Teach Me, O Lor1" (Excel) MISSES ROSS AND BORDERAND, MR. CAMPBELL. "Jesus Revives Again" (Choir Leader.) "Rise, Shine, the Light is Coming," (Jubilee) Benediction. ' MISS CLARA SEXTON, Organist. J.'W. SEXTON, Pastor. , (Mozart) RALLY AT CAPER'S CHAPEL. There will be a rally at Caper's Chapel C. M. E. Church Sunday (Eas ter). Five captains are struggling to make this rally one of the greatest in the history of the church. Preach ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:43 p. m., preaching at 3 p. m., when all our pastors, preachers and people are expected and looked for. A cordial In vitation is extended to all. Club No. 1, Fred Webb. Club No. 2, Tom Moore. Club No. 3, Matt Stump. Club No. 4, A. Davis. Club No. 5, M. T. Lyda. Special program at 11 o'clock serv ice The church with a welcome. J. H. Crooks, pastor. OOCOOOOCXCOCXXXXOOC)OOOC, Mr. Lewi3 Claiborne Is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCauley spent Sunday at their home, 2410 Clittoa street. Mrs. Geo. W. Dickerson spent Wed nesday with Mrs. Ella Beckton, of Clifton street. Quite an interesting program was rendered Sunday afternoon by the Sunday-school teachers of Mt. Nebo. Prof. F. N. Greene, Mr. Wm. Dixon, Rev. J. H. Lawrence, Rev. Wilson and Rev Brown were visitors at this meeting. Our services were well attended on last Sunday. As our Sunday-school was closing with an excellent paper read by Miss Clara Blackwell, Rev. J. H. Lawrence, of Kayne Avenue, en tered. He, In his way, preached to us one of his uplifting sermons. Miss Fanny Bloodsaw, of Vension street, is sick. You are Invited to tho Spring Open ing of New, Hlgh-Grade Merchandise at J. H. Foreman's, Eleventh avenue and Jefferson, lasting the entire week. We are showing silks, foulards, tis sues, woolen and wash fabrics of the richest sorts. Millinery, Ribbons, Flowers, Elegant Walts, Sumptuous Embroideries and Dress Garniture, Fans, Gloves, Parasols, Slippers, Shoes, Under Muslins, etc., etc. Watch our window display. Miss Mattie B. Matthews, Mrs. Lena Thomas and Mrs. Ollie Dickerson spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Love, of Twenty-eighth avenue. Rev. Eli Cleggett, who has ueen sick for quite a while, is etill on the road to recovery. Mr. Henry Brown, Jr., who suffered with a wound Inflicted by a stray bullet, is able to be at his work again. If you want to keep posted send your subscription in for the Globe. Mr Tennie Rich p.nd little daugb ter, Effie, spent Tuesday morning with Mrs. Ollie Dickerson. Mrs. Ella Hemphill, who has been in doors six weeks, is able to be out again. On faster night our Revival meet ing will login In change of Rev. But ler, of Athens, Ala. Master Dennis Wisner, who has been very sick, is on the road to re covery. Mr. Clabe Farmer, Jr., was in Franklin Monday evening, the guest of Miss Sadye Murdix. Misses Sadye Murdix and Mildred Church, of Franklin, spent the week end in Nashville, and witnessed the show at the Majestic Theater Friday night. Ladies' white 16-button "Nubuck1 Boots $2.50 pair at J. H. Foreman's, Eleventh avenue and Jefferson street HIGH-GRADE MILLINERY Our Invitation to you to attend our Spring Millinery Opening and for you to see the exquisite and elegant creations from the fashion centers perfect models of the milliner's art was never so urgent We are sure you will agree with us that not for sev eral seasons have you seen such beautiful, becoming and bewitching Millinery. See the J. H. FOREMAN Millinery, Eleventh avenue and Jef ferson street, and you see the finest and most fashionable Millinery ot the season. One of the foremost features, too, of our hats Is the price reasonable when you are suited with the hat, the price adds to its at tractiveness your purse is suited, too. Only a few days to Easter. All Hats trimmed free of charge when shape and material are purchased here. COME. We are Sole Agents in North Nashville for Peerless Pat terns. Call for Fashion Sheet. FREE. Rev. Wm. Davidson, who exhibited at this place on Wednesday night, was successful as to have a large attendance. The members and friends at Mt. Nebo are working in harmony and peace once more. Tney are planning a big rally for the second Sunday In May, Miss Hattle P. Jordan and sister, Flecy, of Whltetown, spent a part of Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Geo. W. Dickerson. Have your plumes and tips clean ed and curled by Mrs. Mable Overton, the Milliner, 106 Woodland street. Phone Main 1934. Willow plumes a specialty. Mr. J. W. Frierson has returned from Hot Springs, Ark., very much improved in health. Hon. P. F. Hill. Grand Master, TT. B. F. and S. M. T., has re'.urned from a trip to East Tennessee, where he visited the lodges and temples of his organization Mrs. Minnie Ellison Vaughn, of 1206 Cockrill street, who has be.ni very sick for several weeks Is slow ly improving. Mrs. Celia Hunt, of Fourth avenue, South, was called to Avondale last Sunday on account of the serious ill ness of her father, Mr. Henry Lewis. He is much improved. Miss Estella White Is in Poarl High School. Mrs. Lizzie Walker, who has oeen ill for some time, is much better. Miss Mabel B. McKay, of 1015 Ninth avenue, North, who was called to the city on account of the serious l'lness of her brother, Mr. Mike Kelley, left the city Monday morning, April 1st, to resume her duties as instructor of domestic science at Tur ner Normal College, Shelbyvllle, Tenn. Miss McKay's many friends regret very much her departure from the city. Mrs. Dock Thomas and daughter, of West Franklin, were in the city, the guests of Mrs. John Sykes, 612 Fourteenth avenue, North. Mr. John Sykes is not feeling so weR He is resting up for a while. Mr. and Mrs. McDoo were out Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Turner and little daughter were out Sunday. Mrs. George Dukes is suffering with a cold. Mrs. Millonda Buford entertained a few friends In hoior of Mrs. Johnson, of Fayetteville. Tenn., who Is the guest of Mrs. Bons. Those present: Mrs. Johnson, .oner Boen, Sallie White, ML Tillie Jones. Mr. Grant EJkens, John Osborne, Tom Patter son, Joe rollens, Anthie Jordan. MIbs Hattle Spurlock left for Clarksvllle Thursday, April 4th, to visit Miss Louise Lyles. She will spent until Easter Sunday night with her and return on that night, April 7th. DEATHS. Eva Belle Hill, 44. Perkins street, 6 years. Merdic Cato, Eden Creek road, 30 years. Johnnie Grooms, Lebanon pike, 26 years. Ectelle Reed, 1&10 Heffernan street 14 years. Fred Sheffield Anthony, 1011 Mc- Campbell, 20 years. Mark Batta, Vanderbilt Hospital, 71 years. Peter Adkinson, country. Jack Oden, City Hospital, 106 years. Mary Gordon, Bellview, 11 years. Sullivan Sloss, 308 Fifth avenue, South, 21 years. John Knox Goodwin, Chicago, 111., 11 years. Martha Huskey, City Hospital, 61 years. George Jones, 104 Mailory, 56 yearn. Ula Smith, 822 King Btreet, 23 years. Leanoa McIIenry, 1113 First avenue, Souith, r5 years. Marl Thomas, 426 South Hill street, 63 years. Patsy Beasley, Ferris Alley, 65 years. Lizzie Lane, 108 Eighth street, 40 years. Julia Ann Jackson, 718 Overton street E6 years. FOUR YEARS OLD. Master Charles Winfrey Kelly, the four-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kelly, of 1732 Helm an street, was very pleasantly surprised this week in receiving a beautiful iced cake with four lighted candles insert ed. It was presented to him by his aunt Mrs. A. Pearl Crews, from his grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Kelly, of Columbia. This was to commemo rate his fourth birthday, April 2nd. New and Up-To-Dnte FUUNITURK IN AM. STYLUS Can furnish your home complete. Terms weekly or monthly. Cull on J. A. Turner Willi W. D. HAMILTON , ill aa4 3132ad At. N., Nashville. Ten. ' WM SANITARY HAIR GOODS Call at Mr. U. S. Morton's store, in the A. N. lohnson. Majestic Theatre Building and examine the beautiful line of V in Snnilary Hair (voodii. Made to order for his customers by Mrs. W. H. Young, well known for her excellent and durable and artistic work in Hair Goods and Millinery. Combings made to order and braids re-dyed and crimpped. Leave orders at the store, or address Mrs. W. H. Yooat, 1026 Ivy St., Nanhvillti, Tuna. 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 ctfln two cent itamp. Address a letter to the National Negro Doll Co. H. A. BOYD, Manager. S23 Second Avenue, North Nashville, Tennessee orncE mm m IM9 residcnk mm hfmock 1941 Ifiae One. Call the Other Richard Hill Meal. Katate Notary lullie BKAL B8TATK BARGAINS AM) PENSION CASKS A SPKCIALTT 4 10 1-2 CeJix Street Nashville. Tens). Commercial Pressing Club V. Williams. Prop. Dry Cleaning. Pressing, Dyeing & Repairing Tint Tailoring a Sp cinlty Telephone -Main 4739 105 Fifth Ave.. N. Nashville, Tenn. FREE SIG FOR DRESSMAKERS To every one who makes a purchase In our Hewing .Machine lepaituient from 6 cenlg worth of noodles to a New Inn machine will he th en a Kit UK SUJN printed In larne letters 011 heavy card board. If you are a dressmaker you need the sign. They are worth much more than the small purchase you are required to make, hut we want the people to learn that Phillips and Buttorff"B Is the place to nave money on Sewing .Machines, Supplies and repairing. NEW AND KKItl ll.T MACHINES Sold at very low prices and on easy term". You can have your choice of the following sluns: "Dressmaking," "Sewing," ''I'laln Sewing," "Kancy Sewing'1 and "All Kinds Sewing." Call for your sign today. Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co. 217-223 Third Ave.. N. ANNOUNCEMENT WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE MR. P. F. HILL as a Caalia(e for Magistrate of the first (Nashville District) at the ensuing Au gust election .