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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912.
5 Automobiles Foi Hire Classy Machines just the thing for SIGHT SEEING AND PLEASURE Taylor & Company l it) 'Fourth Avenue, North, IMioue M. SO.. SHARPFLAfJIGAfJ-HAL11LTQ Fdorao'SEfio . Successor io V. D. Hamilton. 311-13 2nd Ave., N. New Firm, New Management. Fresh new stock of the latest designs. We sell cheaper and on easier terms than any firm in the. city. GIVE US A LOOK BEFORE BUYING. OOOOCAX)OOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO! MiladVs Note Book. Club Directory. Algonquin. Mr. D. Wesley Crutcher, 1610 Phillips St.. President. Mr. Sam L. Carter, 713 Gay St., Sec retary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p.m. Day Home Club. Mrs. B. Scott, 125 Fourteenth are oup, North, President. Mrs. W-. Boger, 1615 Jo. Johnston, Secretary. Meets 1st Wednesday, 3-5 p. m. Eanle Club C. of C. Mr. T. B. Cohen, 720 Smiley St., Presl- d6Miss Lottie Johnson, 218 North Eight 8t., Secretary. . Meetings subject to coll of President, 7 9 pm. East Nashville Dramatic Mrs. A. M. Townsend, 614 Webster St., President. , . . Miss Floyd J. Darrell, 614 Webster St., Secretary. Meetings subject to call of President Employee Mutual Benefit. Mr. Lafayette . Moore, 1109 Clinton St., President. Mrs. Kobt. L. Miller, 827 Jackson St., Secretary. Meets every Monday, 8-10 p. m. Hubbard Hospital. Dr. Josle E. Wells, 1203 Second avenue, South, President. Mrs. J. II. Hale ,639 Wetmore St., Sec retary. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 4-6 p. m. Friday Review Club. Mrs. John Cunningham, 905 Jackson St. President. Miss Maggie Mayberry, Eighth avenue, near Cedar, Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays, 3:30-6 p. m. Loraine Social Club. Mr. Jesse J. Smith, President. 428 Quarry St., Miss Addle L. Allison, 2015 Jefferson St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p. m. Nashville League on Condition Among Negroes. rrof. Geo. E. Ilaynes, Flsk University, President. l'rof. T. B. Ilardiman, 905 Seventh ave nue, South, Secretary. Mee.s 2nd Thursday, 4-5 p. m. Non Pariel Art Club. Mrt. C. V. Roman, 130 Fourteenth ave nue, North. President. Mrs. Gllb.rt White, 9 Garden St., Sec retary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 3-5 p. m. Original Greenwood Social. Miss Mabel Smith, 1115 Cedar St., Presi dent. Miss Frankls Trammell, 1215 Cedar St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 8:30-11 p. m. Phyllis Wheatley. Mrs. G. L. Jackson, 707 Lea avenue, President. Mrs. J. II. Hale, 039 Wetmore St., Secretary. Meets last Thursday, 3-5 p. m. W. E. P. C. Mr. Leslie Rowen, 214 Eighth St., Presi dent. Miss Eudora McClelland, 1805 Heffernan St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p. m. Y. M. L. C. Mr. J. L. Leach, Mehnrry Medical Col lege, President, pro tern. II. Jordan Stocknrd, 1616 State St., Secretary. Meets every Monday, 8-11 p. m. This is the Directory of the Standard Clubs of Nashville, to which visitors to the city are cordially invited upon proper noti fication of either President or Secretary. Bass, John Thomas, C'.audie Herbert. Mr. Jones presided at the piano. Mohicans. The regular meeting of the Mohican Clul was lit-Id Thursday veiling, May 9th, at the residence of Mr. C. T. Har well. A number of the members were present and took an active part In the program, which made the discus sion quite interesting. These young men have made rapid strides along literary lines since the organization of this ' club, and should have the hearty co-operation of the men of our race. Nonpareil Art Club. Mrs. C. C. Boger, of Jo Johnston av enue, entertained the Nonpareil Art Club on April 30. Flower-making was the order of the evening. Mrs. M. E. Bryant was the recipient of a pretty white crocheted rose made by Mes- dames W. A. Reed and C. C. Boger. After an hour's work refreshments were served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. T. W. Hightower, of Lewis street. Swastika Club Entertained. The Swastika Dramatic Club was de lightfully entertained Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miller, on Jefferson street The par lors were artistically decorated In the flub colors, gold and white, and snow balls. Games and dancing were par tlcipated in in the early hours. A menu of two courses was served at the card tables. Besides the members of the club, the guest list Included Misses Eddie Franklin, Mary Ste phens, Clara Lowe, Fuchia Miller, Mesdames W. H. McGavock, U. S Games, Messrs. Moore, Wilson and Thompson. Guests Entertained. Dr. Homer W. Jones, a recent grad uate of Meharry, and Miss Martha Faulkner, who have been the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blakemore, on the White's Creek pike, were highly entertained by their host and hostess. Those present at the affair were Dr. H. W. Jones, Miss Faulkner, Mrs. Gil- gan, Miss Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Blake more and Master Thomas Blakemore. Smith-Crockett. Mr. Harvey Smith, of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Sheulah Crockett, of Mc- Minnville, Tenn., were quietly mar ried last Thursday evening, May 2nd, at the residence of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Parker, 715 Gay street. A few friends 'were present and after the ceremony three courses were served and a most de lightful evening was spent. THIS SHOE STORE offers its patrons the most seasonable' shoes and slippers of every kind, and j remember our shoes don't cost you a ! fortune. ! J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. j On the Square. n H. T. G. M.'s Entertained. One of the most enjoyable social events of the season was the H. T. G. M. party at the home of Miss Lillian Bright, Misses Bright and Blanche Randals being hostesses. This was the last regular club party for the season, and each guest seemed to have anticipated a fit ending for a club year so brilliantly begun by Misses Caruthers and Hunter in Oc tober. Each hostess kept the pace set and this last party closes a series of which the club may rightly feel proud. The beautifully lighted rooms were ar tistically decorated. Carefully select ed flowers lent their fragrance to a scene already beautiful. The feature of amusement was "A Love Romance" told by filing blanks with abbrevia tions of States. Mrs. H. A. Cameron won the first prize on a cut with Miss es Hunter and Moore, which was a book on Friendship. The booby prize, Millet's Gleaner, fell to Mr. M. E. Jackson. A dainty two-course menu was served. The ice course was es pecially beautiful, being delicious peaches with stem and leaf. Souve nirs of hand-painted cards in the club colors were given the guests and all departed elated over having been pres ent. The guests of the club were Mrs. H. A. Cameron, Dr. Emery Jones, W. D. London, C. H. Kelly, M. E. Jack son, B. R. Murrell, B. T. Washington, Jr., and Thomas Stockell. MORE WHITE SHOES this season than ever before. We have a big stock to pick from. Ladies come while picking is good. J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. On the Square. Bride and Groom Honorees. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Upshaw, who were recently married, were delight fully entertained by the groom's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Upshaw, with a brilliant reception. Many useful, beautiful and costly presents were re ceived by the happy couple. Several games and solos by Misses Nannie M. Rhodes, Bobbie M. and Iva D. Wyatt r rule a most pleasant evening for the assembled guests, which included OUR SPRING SHOES are made to fit the feet of the youn miss. Bring her to be fitted and do away with shoe troubles. J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. On the Square. fifty persons present besides the hon orees and fami'ly. Enjoyable Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Washington, of North Seventh street, entertained Sun day, May 5, In honor iof Mrs. Harriet Battle, mother of Mrs. Washington Beautiful decorations of ferns and cut flowers adorned the dining-room, where a tempting menu " of several courses was served. The guests rn clouded the ladies of Mrs. Battle's cir ce, all of whom are widows, and they state that they enjoyed themselves Immensely. The following were pres ent: Mesdames Dilsy Campbell, Fannie McFerrin, Myria Fryer, Maggie Brown, Amanda Collins and Mr. An dus Young. Informal Afternoon Affair. Miss Ella Wilson entertained Tues day afternoon a few friends at the home of her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. King, of Scovel street. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in music and games. Solos were rendered by Misses Sadie Wilson and Satie Williams. A dainty ice-course was served at twilight. Misses Satie Williams, Murfreesboro; Bessie Pacey, Nannie Brooks, Bennetta Foston, Sa die Wison, Ella Wilson and Mr. Oli ver Hambrick composed the jolly party. Mystic Success Club The members of the Mystic Success Club No. 4 were the guests Wednes day evening, May 1, of Miss Myrtle Owens, of Jackson street. Dancing and singing were indulged In until a late hour, when cake and ices were served. Those present were Misses Tora Blakemore, Estella Tomplison, Mamie LeLonard, Emma Ferguson, Mrs. Katie Polk McGavock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clendilling, Messrs cnarlie Keeble, Culpepper, Halston BOYS' youths' and little men's button and b'ueher oxfords for dress up, $2 and $2.50. J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. On the Square. . Friday Review Club. Mrs. L. D. Bumbrey and Miss Mag gie Mayberry entertained the. club "Friday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. J. C. Fields, on Jefferson street The president, Mrs. Cunningham, pre sided. The opening song was led by Mrs. Thompson and prayer was of fered Dy Miss Mayberry. Hon was then called, each member responding with a quotation. The following mem bers were present: Mesdames Jno. Cunningham, Albert Watkins, L. D. Bumbrey, J. C. Fields, IT. D. York, D. A. Hart, J. W. Russell, Alex. Thomp son, Bunch Brown, Upshaw and Miss es Maggie and Gertrude Mayberry. An Instrumental solo by Mrs. J. W Russell and a paper by Mrs. Jno. Cun ningham were pleasing features of the evening. The guests were Mrs. I. II Moore and Mrs. T. Clay Moore. Mrs. T. Cay Moore addressed the club in a most delightful manner. After all business had been transacted the host esses in their most gracious and charming manner invited the guests and members into the beautiful din ing-room, where a delicious and tooth some two-course menu was served and the club adjourned to meet with Mrs Albert Watkins, of Jefferson street, The Willing Workers' Club. The Willing Workers' Club of the Church of God met at Old St. John Church, Eighth Ave., North, Tuesday night, April GO, 1912. The meeting was called to order by the president, Edith Campbell. Prayer was offered by J. O. Miller. Scripture lesson read by Rev. A. W. Thompson, 1 Cor. Thir ty members responded to the roll call with verses containing the word "water." The members expressed their great zeal to work in order to raise fifty dollars in May to help finish building the church on 'Highland and Fourth avenue, South. The Club ad journed to meet at Old St. John May 7, at 8 p. m. Non Pariel Art Club. Mrs. Gilbert White entertained the Nonpariel Art Club Thursday, April 9, at her residence. The meeting was presided over by the president. Mrs C. V. Roman. vWork on rose-making was taken up. After an hour of work the hostess served dainty refresh inents. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. C. C. Boger, of Jo Johnston avenue. Mrs. C. C. Cannon, the club guest, made a nice talk. Two O'Clock Dinner. An elaborate and pleasing vent of Monday, May 6, was the two o'clock dinner given by Mrs. Sing Robb, of 1018 Fourth avenue, North. The din ner consisted of the many delicacies of the season and was served In courses. The honorees of the occa sion were Mrs. Edna Scott and Miss Hattie Spurlock. Daughter Honored. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Billips, of 1218 Cedar street, entertained at their res idence in honor of their daughter Alice Louise, Tuesday evening, April 30. Fruits and dainty ices were served Mrs. Sadie McGuire assisted in receiv ing. The guests of the evening were Misses Benella and Mary Fislipr, Nan nie M. Rhoo.es, Gertrude Woodroof Sadie Watkins, Nannie M. Brooks Annie M. Chrlstman, Alberta Johns Lillie Davis, Bessie Ferguson, Lillian j Scott, Willie M. Hodge, Amy Billips, i Messrs. Johnnie Willis, Lester Light-j foot, Lucius Webb, Jerry Weems, Er- j nest Satterfield, Horace Ferguson. ' Pearl Jarman, Owen Billips, Edward Davis, James Jarman, Hoyt Cooper, Charles Kirkpatrick. Jos?ph Jarman, Caecar Haynes, Charles Willis Arm strong, Edgar Johns. Wednesday Evening Pit Club. The Wednesday Evening Pit Club was delightfully entertained Wednes day, May 1, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Austin, Jackson street. The reception rooms were artistically decorated with purple and white fleur- de-lis, and the merry chatter of guests made the hours pass very pleasantly. Wnist and pit were enjoyed through out the evening, after which the host-1 ess served a delectable salad and ice course. Among those present wero Mr. and Mrs. Will Young, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Phin eas Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorn, Mrs. Mary Fall and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Austin. The club adjourned to meet May 8, with Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Baker. Twentieth Century Embroidery Club. The Twentieth Century Embroidery Cltib met with Mrs. R. A. Shell at the home of Prof, and Mrs. Hawkins, First avenue, South, Thursday afternoon, April 25. The club was called to or der by Mrs. Hardiman. Each mem ber responded to roll call with a quo tation. One hour was given to em broidery work. The guests of the club were Mesdames T. H. Elliott, I. B. Scott, Hawkins and Dr. Josie E. Wells. Encouraging words were given by the visitors. , A dainty two-course menu was served. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. W. B. Ward, of State street, on Thursday, May 9. Cottage Entertainment. The Cottage Entertainment given at the residence of Mrs. Mary Williams on Ewing avenue last Monday night, was a very pleasant, affair. A neat sum was raised for the benefit of the church. Reception. The Union Congregational Church of Fisk University gave a reception in honor of the delegates to the Con ference and its guests at Carnegie Library Saturday evening from 7 to 11 p. m. There were about 150 or more guests in attendance. Cake and cream were dispensed and an en joyable evening was passed. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Moore Entertain. Last Friday afternoon Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Moore served a tempting din ner to Mrs. W. H. Singleton, of Chat tanooga, Mrs. H. D. Alexander, of Chattanooga, Rev. Harris, of Louis ville, and Wrs. N. E. Whiteman, of Memphis. A very pleasant afternoon was spent. "Hearts of Men" at the Majestic . .Theatre. "Hearts of Men" at the Majestic Theatre April 26-27, with a special matinee Saturday was quite a society event. The drama was pulled off by the Swastika Club and was the first effort of the club. The cast of char acters follows: Dora Osgood Miss Ruth Crocket Afterward known as Miss Warington Gordon Hope I. W. St. Clair Known as Bob Mason. Kirk Brandon '..Andrew Allison A poet and planter, who has as sumed the name of Ralph Bainbrldge. Hiram Goodwin U. S. Games An old musician Lee Walrlron.. Thomas W. Anderson Brandon's cousin, a consumate villian Murdock Quintard G. Miller A quadroon Jed Grafton Elmer D. Winston A fisherman Martha Wells.. Miss Vashti Caldwell Goodwin's sister Bel'a Miss Mariea Coombs Murdock's sister Ralph Bainbridge E. L Fearn A Southern gentleman Major Bragg Elmer D. Winston An old gold-hunter, now sheriff of Savannah. Henry Osgood Mr. Payton Dora's father. The entertainment was for the ben efit of Fisk University and the Holy Trinity Chi"-oY All the characters showed remarkable worth. Miss Mariea Coombs, as Bella, displayed rare ability. Miss Ruth Crockett, as Dora Osgood, pleased the audience. Quintard G. Miller, as Murdock, was especially fine. Miss Vashti Cald well played the eccentric old maidish sister to perfection. On the whole, all of the characters deserve mention. The club will go to Franklin and Columbia at an early date. Personal Mention. Bishop Scott left Nashville April 24th. at 3 a. in., to attend the Bishops' Meeting at Lincoln, Nebraska. From there he went directly to the M. E. Conference at Minneapolis, Minn. Af ter the Conference he is expected home. Prof, and Mrs. Haynes Entertain. Prof, and Mrs. Haynes delightfully entertained a number of the delegates who were here attending the Tennes see Conference of Congregational Churches. Seated at the tatK. were: Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, of Chatta nooga; Rev. Scott and son, of Mem phis; Mesdames W. H. Singleton, II. Mastershrdlu cmfwyn cmfwphys rm D. Alexander, of Chattanooga, and Master A. M. .Townsend. Phyllis Wheatley Club. The Phyllis Wheatley Club held its regular monthly meeting pril 25th, at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. Phil. Douglar-s. The club was opened in its regular form, Mrs. G. L. Jackson presiding. A number of members were present. The club was graced with the pres- l! ii t! F0M MDILS I Select the Subject that you want to write upon for the Tuskegee meeting of the Sunday-School Congress. As has been the custom, the Secretary of the Sunday-School Congress has announced that the special committee, which has charge of the selecting of the subjects for each year's Congress, has named this year only ten subjects. This is the smallest number of subjects ever selected for any of the previous Congresses, but it was brought about, says the Secretary, on account of the desire to devote more time to exhausting the important subjects before the meeting each year. He stated that two subjects would be discussed each day, hence only ten would be required for the five days. riin IteMponsiibiliiieti of ilie SiindayNrhooI pirllnul Organizatioo. I. Tl at u S 2. The Specific lCequiremeniw of Hie Primary ClaMN. 3. The Organized CIn Hits MonI Infective for for the AdolcNeenf and Atlull. 1- The Siinday-Mchool Teacher and IIoW Heat Conducted. K. Of What Special Iteneflt are the Metokaa and (ialedaN? l- The Denominational Academies, College and their Obligation to the Nuntlny Nrhool. 7. The Simdny-Mchool Koom and It Equip ment. H. The Snnday-Hchool, n Connecting Link IJe Iween the Home and Church. ! The Sunday-Nchool Teacher Most Diffi cult Problem and their Solution. IO. The Suiiday-Hrhool, n Missionary ICecuit iug Station. It is requested that those who desire to write on any of the above named subjects select the same, sending in the number with their name and address to SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONGRESS II IS N It Y A. DO YD, Secretary 52.1 S- so they can be listed and given space on the program. Avenue Theatre HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE EVERY EVE- I NING AT 7:30 and 9:15 8 Vlusical Seals 8 This is the biggest Musical Comedy Act ever played in Nashville direct from New York Four PIANOS Four 8 people on the stage at once. Seals and Fisher, t the Smith's, Bradford and Bradford and Moore flnd Ford. ADMISSION 5 and 10 CENTS I 12th Ave., and Cedar St, Change of Program Twice a Week LADIES' PATENT PUMPS AND BUTTON OXFORDS are always good and always ready. $2.50 and $3. J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. On the Square. ence of a number of out-of-town guests In the persons of Mrs. N. E. White man, President of the State Federa tion. Mrs. Joseph E. Smith. President of Woman's Missionary Union, Mes dames II. D. Alexander and W. II. Singleton, of Chattanooga, Boykin anj Miller, of Knoxville, and Miss Wilson, of Louisville, Ky. Each guest was ea'led upon for a brief speech and each responded in a harpy tone. Mrs. Whiteman made the longest speech. She informed the club that Memphis was expecting to entertain the State Federation of Clubs In July, and hopes that as many c'ubs would be repre sented as possible. The hostess served refreshments In the dining-room. A sura of $20 was coiWtM frtm dues, entertainments aid other sources. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. L. J. Harlin, Maury street, the 'ast Thursday in May. Leaves for Chicago. Mrs. Annie Fendleton. of 519 Quar ry street, left the city Wednesday night for Chicago. Mrs. Pendleton, who is one of the staunch members of Mt. Olive Baptist Church, will be greatly missed by her many friends and workers In the Master's vineyard. For the past fifteen years she has been spending her summers in Chi cago, where she enjoys better health; so she goes this summer with the best wishes of a host of friends. Wednesday Evening Pit Club. Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Baker were host and hostess of the Wednesday Evening Tit Club last Wednesday evening, May 8, at their cozy little home en Sixth street. After the transaction of business, the hours were spent in various games. Little Misses Mattie Mai and Thinetta as sisted the hostess in receiving. As each guest arrived, they were served punch. After many hours of pleas ure, the hostoss served a delicious two-course menu. Those present to enjoy the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Baiter were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aus tin, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Eason, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Owen, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorn. The guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Guild, and Misses Josie Woods and Nannie Guild. The club adjourned to meet May lflth, with Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Eason. WANTED To Loan $200.00 S300. 00 500.0051,000.00 on improved Nashville Keal Estate. No de lay bring your abstract. DARBY UNION REALTY CO.. 610 1st National Rank Bld. Telephone M. 1182. A, W. KENNEDY 1203 Jefferson ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS Cigars and Tobacco We Want Your Patronage TELEPHONE Main 4047 Orritf PHONE M 1 8S9 MSIDtNCt MOM HEMLOCK 1940 . Misi One, Call Che Other Richard Hill Keal i:t(e..Xo(ry I'liblie REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 410 1-2 Cedar Street Nashville. Tenn. Rolt. H. lite N. D. OviraO Harry L Albright F1TE, OVERALL & CO. GENERAL INSURAKCE Nashville, Tenn., Phone, Main 602 203 UNION STREET LADIES' GUN METAL PUMPS AND BUT TON OXFORDS Just the thing for long walks, $2.50 and $3. J. S. HOPKINS SHOE CO. On the Square.