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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1912.
- 1 MR. ANDREW J. SANDERS DIES IN CLEVELAND. (Special.) Mr...ashville.,NIWZT fflb, Cleveland, Ohio, May 28th. After Protracted illness, Mr. Andrew J. feanders, formerly of Nashville, Tenn., Dut who has been residing in Cleve land for some time, passed away this morning. Mr. Sanders was 26 years of age and has relatives and friends residing ln NasaTlIl6- K1(J wmalna will be shipped for Interment to Ten nessee. The Information about the death of Mr. Andrew Sanders reached Nash Tllle Tuesday. His parents reside on Jackson street. He is the brother of Miss Georgia Sanders, of Taylor & -o. The remains, when they arrived, were taken to 1309 Jackson street. Up to Wednesday no arrangements lor funeral services had been made. NOTICE. All members, financial and unflnan dal, of K. L. P. N. 95 of K. W. M. are requested to be present at their regular meeting Thursday night. June 6, at K. P. Hall on Main and Spring streets. By order of LAURA BRYANT, Supreme V. P. and W. P. ANNA DAVIS, W. T. rut a2 P w n o ni i ii4 Mm ,. A n P y o ysiiiui n .mil irifHAHtrrxo uaiayiioaiiiid r i DO YOUR BEST TO INCREASE THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE CCOUIET off (DAILAMTMIE Sir Knights remember they are your wives, mothers, sisters or relatives. Every Knight is expected to do his whole duty towards building up the membership of his Court, Get busy and do your best. We Must Have ISO New Members by July 1st. For Particulars Address BR. IS. F. BOYD, Grand Worthy Counsellor, z 410 Gedar Street. 08TTA6 L3 OI! EASY TERRAS 1004-ilth Ave., N. 4 room, city water, cement walk, retaining wall in front. Within one block of Jefferson St. car line. In good condition. Price fi,8oo Easy Teartns. . 903-llth Ave .,1 4 rooms, long hall, 2 poarches, latticed poarch in the rear, wired for electricity, city water, in good condition. Price $1,690 Easy Terms. 2022 Heirman Street 1 4 room house, in good condition, near manufacturing section of N. W. Nashville, which makes this good renting property. Will sell ti the first one that calls, for $700 on Easy Terms. A Bargain. 1727 Third Avenue, N., 3 room house, in good repair, city water, cement walks, out houses. Price $1,050. Easy Terms. In our new purchased property, known as the Warner Property, the most beautiful tract of land ever offer for sale in North Nashville, we , have several beautiful cottages, three and four rooms each, and hall, cab inet mantel, tile hearth, necessary out houses, cement walks, city water, beautiful shades, and every thing necessary to make a home comfortable. Fronting on Heiman street, 16th avenue, North, Thompson street and 17th avenue, north. BRANSFORD REALTY GO. INCOPOHATBD 162 Fourth Avenue, N., . Phones, Main 2323 and 2321 I MiladVs Note Book. I GCXXXXXJOOCQOOOOOCXX Club Directory. Algonquin. Mr. D. Wesley Crutchor, 1610 Phillips fct., rresldent; Mr. Sam L. Carter, 713 Gay St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11. p. m. Day Home Club. Mrs. I. B. Seott, 125 Fourteenth Ave., N., President ; Mrs. A. B. Carter, 713 Gay St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p. m. Eagle Club C. of C. Mr. T. B. Cohen, 720 Smiley St., President ; Miss Lottie Johnson, 218 N. Eighth St., Secretary. Meetings subject to call or President, 7-9 p. m. East Nashville Dramatic. Mrs. A. M. Townsend, 614 Webster St., President; Miss Floy J. Darrell, CI 4 Webster St., Secretary. Meetings subject to call of President. Employee Mutual Benefit. Mr Lafayette Moore, 1109 Clinton St., President; Mrs. Robt. L. Miller, 927 Jackson St., Secretary. Meets every Monday, 8-10 p. m. Hospital Board of Boyd's Infirmary. Mrs. M. W. Elake, 8 Cannon St., President ; Miss Nannie E. Perkins, 636 Wetmore St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 3-5 p. m. Hubbard Hospital. Dr. Josle E. Wells, 1203 Second Ave., S., President; Mrs. J. H. Hale, 639 Wetmore St., Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 4-6 p. m. Friday Review Club. Mrs. John Cunningham, 905 Jackson St., President; Miss Maggie Mayberry, Eighth Ave., near Cedar, Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays, 3 :30-6 p. m. Lorain Social Club. Mr. Jesse J. Smith, 428 Quarry St., President ; Miss Addle L. Allison, 2015 Jefferson St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, Ml p. m. Nashville League on Condition Among Negroes. Prof. Geo. E. Haynes, Flsk University, President; Prof. T. B. Hardlman, 905 Seventh Ave., S., Secretary. Meets 2nd Thursday, 4-5 p. m. Non Parlel Art Club. ' Mrs. C. V. Ron 130 Fourteenth Ave., N., President; Mrs. Gilbert White, 9 Garden St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 3 5 p. m. Original Greenwood Social. Miss Mabel Smith, 1115 Cedar St., President; Miss Frankle Trammell, 1215 Cedar St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 8:30-11 p. m. Phyllis Wheatley. Mrs. G. L. Jackson, 707 Lea Ave., President; Mrs. J. H. Hale, 639 Wet more St., Secretary. Meets last Thurs day, 3-5 p. m. Twentieth Century Embroidery Club. Mrs. T. B. Hardlman, President, 7th Ave nue. South; Mrs. Wm. Nixon, Secretary, Parkins and Wharf. Meet 2nd and 4th Thursdays 3-6 p. m. W. E. P. C. Mr. Leslie Rowen, 214 Eighth St., President ; Miss Eudora McClelland, 1805 Heffcrnan St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p. m. Y M. L. C. Mr. J. L. Leach, Mcharry Medical College. President, pro tern ; H. Jor dan Stockard. 1016 State St., Secre tary. Meets everv Monday, 8-11 p. m. NOTICE TO CLUBS. All matter intended for publication in the Globe must be sent to the of fice at 447 Fourth avenue, North. Special attention will be given to every item of society news, but this paper cannot be responsible for your matter, unless it la sent direct to the office. The Mohicans. The members of the Mohican Club celebrated their first anniversary at Young's Hotel last Thursday evening. The affair was in he nature of a stag for only the members and the speak er of the evening were present. Rev. W. S. Ellington, the popular pastor of the First Baptist Church, Eighth av enue, North, was guest and principal speaker for the occasion. His sub ject, "The Making of a Man," was handled hi his usual masterful way. Through a series o rmany beautiful figures of speech he carried his hear ers until the young men were so en tranced that they took on new life and with double determination will emmulate the examples, follow the paths and do all n their power top os sess traits that will make a true man. The following program was carried out: Invocation, Mr. H. Jordan Stock ard, secretary Young Men's Litertry Cflub; welcome, Mr. C. N. Perkins, president Mohican Club; song, Mohi can quartette; history of club, Mr. E. M. Akin; song, Mohican quartette; address, Rev. W. S. Ellington, A. B pastor First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, North; song, Mohican quar tette. B. F. Gordon, master of cere monies. Two O'clock Luncheon. Miss Hattie Spurlock entertained Monday, May 20, with a 2 o'clock luncheon. Those present to partake of the 'tempting three-course lunch were Mesdames Edna Scott, SInie Robb, Ida Bell Worley, Miss Maggie Gee and little Miss Louise Scott. Midnight Luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pepers, of Ninth avenue, North, served a most charming luncheon at midnight last week. The many delicacies of the season were served. The honorees of the occasion were Mrs. Elnora Rahis and Mrs. Rosetta E. Howard, of Chicago. Dinner Royal. Mrs. Edgar R. Howard, formerfy of this city, but now of Chicago,, with her mother and niece were royally entetained by Mrs. Cordelia Brown Banks, of Pearl street, with an elab orate dinner on last Sunday after noon. The table with a battenberg centerpiece and covered with snowy linen, was laden wih the choicest dainties of the season. Pleasurable Evening. Miss Daisy Bailey entertained a few friends at the home of her cou sin, Miss Lula McCullough, 718 Geor gia street, East Nashville, Thursday night, May 23. A three-course menu was served. The table was beautl fuly decorated with spring flowers and ferns.. The invited guests were Misses Martha Lewis, Elizabeth Har rison, Willie Critten, James Wagner, Hiram Simpson, Louise Fite, Melvin Hayes, Louis Pasley, Albert Tyree. Master Deshield McCullough " pre sided at the piano. Rev. DeBerry Honored. The home of Mr. S. II. Johnson, 1000 Twenty-first avenue, North, was the scene of a most delightful stag, in honor of Rev. W. N. Deberry, of Springfield, Mass., last Thursday evenhig. The following guests, many of whom were schoolmates of the hon oree, partook of the many good things prepared for them by the host: Rev. W. N. Deberry, Springfield, Mass.; Rev. E. M. Seymour, Clarks ville, Tenn.; Rev. J. C. Fields, Hon. Jas. Bumpas, Dr. C. O. JIadley, Mr. P. II. Johnson, Fayettevillo, Tenn. Mr. Adam Harding, Chas. Bosley, W. Graves, R. S. Johnson, S. P. Harrison, Robt. McAdoo, Frank L. Johnson. Booker Brown, Jr., Samuel P. John son, James Minnis, John North, R. G. and R. L. Martin and G. W. S. John son. Mrs. Johnson was assisted in serving by Mrs. J. C. Fields, Mrs. S. P. Harrison, Mrs. Wash Graves, Mrs. H. M. Hardi'ng, Mrs. Estella M. Martin, Misses Amanda, Anna Belli and Geneviave Johnson. Birthday Celebrated. On the 24th of this month th.j doors of the beautiful home of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Simmons, at'Decherd, Tenn., were thrown open to celebrate Mrs. Simmons' birthday. When the invited guests had made their arrival ana were seated at the tnhio thov were forced to exclaim, "Eye hath not seen nor mouth tasted such delicious tilings before." Four courses were seved. Those present were Mesdames E. E. Peterson, Superintendent of the Nationa W. C. T. U.; E. A. Town- send, S. S. Grav. of Winchester! At T. Craft, Cowan: Delia W. Aeklin Katlp Robinson, S. Modena and little Hat- tie a. Trail, of Shelbvville. Mrs. Sim mons received quite a number of presents and all the guests wished that her birthday came more than once a year. Bon Ton Club Organized. A congenial company of vouner neo- ple met at the residence of Miss Ka tie Mai Ferrell. on St,evns strt Wdnesday evening, for the purpose of organizing a club to be known as the bon-Ton Cub. The following: offi cers were elected: Mr. Frank B. Weatherford, president; Mr. Chester Bell, vice president; Mr. Durley C. Cook, treasurer: Miss Essie L. Wade. secretary; Miss Sadie B. Anderson, assistant secretary. After all busi ness was transacted music and games were enjoyed. The hostess, assisted by her mother, srved a delicious two- course menu. The club adjourned to meet Monday evening with Mr. D. C. Cook, 512 Tenth avenue. South. The members are Misses Lelia Anderson, j.lames Anna Ashworth, Mary J. Ca- ruthers, Janie A. Wood. Madeline Short, Daisy O. Carter, Messrs. Rob ert Crutcher, Clarence Gibson, John A. Wade, Jr., and Bernard Mays. Y. M. L. C. A very encouraging audience wit nessed the anniversary service of the lY. M. L. Club, that was very- success fully rendered. The intense heat of the day was but a small obstacle in the attendaice at large, for the audi ence was much Impressed with the work of the club. The ambrosia of this delightful repast was not the members from the club, but the ser mon delivered by the speaker of the occasion, Dr. W. S. Ellington. His text was "Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way." The instruc tiveness, inspiration, encouragement and timely advice met with the fa vorable comment that always exists in the hearts of the members. The program of the club meeting was very wholesome and the numbers of the same were as follows: Song, club; Life of Carlisle, U. S. Games; boIo, H. Jordan Stockard; Life of Dunbar, Robt. Suggs. The club was pleased with the presenc of the General Sec retary of the Y. M. C. A., Mr. San dors, who entertains much sympathy for us, and said in regard to his work, that he wished it magnified that he did not want to conflict with the church work of any Christian young mail, but he wanted to monopolize III. T 1 "i"' a ' - - - - - ' - - nriT- - t i- 1 r ... .. ... ... - 1 the superfluous time of all the Chris tian young men, and those who are not Christians would aid them to be come Christians. Friday Review Club. The club met at the residence of Mrs. Albert Watkins, Jefferson street, Friday, May 17th with the president presiding. After the routine of busi ness, the roll was called and each member responded with a quotation from Dunbar. A splendid musical program was rendered as follows: Paper, Mrs. H. D. York; Vocal solo, Mrs. L. B. !Harr'; Recitation, Mrs. E. T. Brown; Instrumental solo, Mrs. J. W. Russell. The guests were then invited to the dining-room wnich wa3 beautifuly decorated with ferns and roses, representing the club colors, and a three-course menu was served. The visitors present were Mesdames A. G. Price and B. Bailey. Each made a short talk. Reunion and Birthday Dinner. I ast Monday, to the delight and surprise of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Man son, Eleventh avenue, North, a nota ble birthday dinner and family re union took place. The occasion was the ninetieth annivesary of Rev. B. B. Manson, of Lebanon, Tenn., a respected, retired minister of the M. E. Church. He was accompanied from Lebanon to this city to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Manson, his grand children, by Miss Nancy Fite, mother of Mr. Jerry Manson. Mrs. Al berta Ward, Mrs. Sallie Seay, and Mrs. Nannie McGregor, daughters; Mr. Jas. McGregor, son-in-law; and Miss Edna McGregor, great-granddaughter, sat around the sumptuous table and ate freely of the healthful viands and talked of old friends of by-gone days. While the older mem- ibers were thus engaged the younger set, with little Edna McGregor, Jerry Manson, Jr., Olander Manson and Pearl, all great-grandchildren, romped and played in the yard. Late in the day Mr. and Mrs. Will Oden came. Mrs. Oden was a Miss Susie Man son, and later still came Mrs. Luella Jones and Mrs. Nora Haynes, cousins, who live in East Nashville. Dr. J., A. Lester was a caller at the Manson home and had the pleasure of the association of those life-long friends. I lis earliest recollections of Sunday school and church service were had under the guidance of this honored and useful minister of the Gospel. May Rev. B. B. Manson and his descendants live many more years, and by their useful lives continue to bless mankind. Imperial Club. The members of the Imperial Club met with Mrs. Perry Bonds, of West Nashville, Wednesday evening, May 22nd. Quite a number were present. The usual industrial hour was taken up In beautiful needle work. The club at this meeting laid out plans for a social to be given in the near future. Much business of Importance was transacted. After business hour the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Robert Nicholson, served the guests to a de licious three-course menu. In the cool hour of the evening each guest bade the hostess ad'eu, expressing them selves as having been highly enter tained. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Knox Campbell, of Thir- tenth avenue, South, Wednesday, June 5. Housekeepers' Club. The House-keeners Club met with Mrs. S. H. Killebrew May 27th at 805 Seventh avenue, South.' After the regular routine of business Mrs. D. Houston read a very interesting pa per. "Power of Woman." Mesdames Evans Tyree. W. A. Lewis, both went to the A. M. E. Conference. Madam Tyree made quite a nice talk about the Conference and brought each lady a thimble as a souvenir. Madam W. A. Lewis promised to make a talk about the Conference at the next meeting. She also remembered each member of the club while away. The ladies highly appreciated their souve nirs. The guest of the club was Mrs. T. B. Hardlman. The hostess served a delicious menu. The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. C. T. Randals Green street, June 10. E. M. B. Club. The E. M. B. Club met at the resi dence of Miss Julia Oiford on J; Johnston avenue, Monday evening, May 27th. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. La fayette Moore. Roll was called and each member responded with a quo tation from the Bible. An iee-course was served. The club adjourned to meet with Mr. E. S. Doris, 1020 Ninth ' avenue, North, Monday evening, June 3rd. Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. Washington House, of Ninth avenue, South, eutertained SHARP-FLAfJIGAW-HALllLTOn F Successor fo W. 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. aoaaTMji , ... ,.,.,, . , , t m til -ess FOES 1912 Select the Snhieet that Secretary of the Sunday-School Congress has announced that he special committee, which has charge of the selecting of the subjects for each year s Congress, has named this year only ten subjects. Th is 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. um a Spiritual Organization. o Claw h Specifio "'"nienU of he Primary neVt ?,!,.rdsc;,el,j!"-"cl,ol T- Hw and afel' " " M.ioL.. i1Tl.,e """V"il Aru i.w, Collide and (heir Obligation,, to ,e Kunday.ehool. 7. The Sundoy-Nchool Itooni and its I ,,. i."." s.""''ay-r',"'- S'i..io"y It is requested that those who desire to write on anv of th. ok. . , , toj the spending i the number wuffir SUMIAY-SCIIOOL COXGUESS HHNItY A. KOYD, Secretary 523 S. Are.. IV. Naahville, TVn so they can be listed and given space on the program. 2th Avenue Theatre i HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE EVERY EVE NING AT 7:30 and 9:15 THE WASHINGTONS Singing and dancing artists Direct from New York. ELLA GOODLOE The Queen of all songsters-this is a treat you can't miss it BILLY BLUE THE CHAMPION Wooden shoe dancer of the U. S. MISS McDANIELS. SPEEDY AND OTHERS ADMISSION 5 and 10 CENTS I2tli Ave., and Cedar St, Change of Program Twice a Week the following friends at dinner Sun day: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGavock, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. James Coffey. A delicious menu was served. The Minnehaha Club. The Minnehaha Cluh mVr at tha residence of Miss Mary Elizabeth rni'ff11 Web8ter 8treet' M 21" The meeting was opened in Its usual manner. Each member responded to roll call with a quotation and od for the May festival. The hostess then served a delicious ice-course Mr" "l" !Tned t0 " m-'ht pph19 next Tuesday 1 i 4 ! I i 11 V