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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
UN R RDP PfUI A DM AC POATfCOW CTADHTC iailLo LPiO uiratui uawuuu O0Oimo CALL, ATTENTION TO TIIEIR MONET SAVING PRICES State Normal Visitors are Welcome. We are Glad to have You. Moke Our Stores pour Headquarters. ' Did You Know That You Can Get Pure Fresh Churned Butter for Cents Per Pound At Our New Store Milk SoparailcMl antl Churned Twice Every Hay- Lovcrw of Frcli Churned IttiUer Have No Excuse When They Can See It Made Frewh antl, Absolutely Clean SPECIALS AT OUR BAKERY GOUNTER I Fresh Roasted Coffee NEW STORE our new store every pound is properlj selected, blend- LAMa'r ToltS" gri5 ed and roasted fresh every hpur. You appreciate a good Cllt IW I cut cup of coffee why not try Our fresh roasted Coffee? PINEAPPLE PIES Mild from the f:in- LARGR PlESFlnest made Fit for Kini Cof fee, lb., 30c ' Golden Gate Coffe, lb., 25c clftst llawalln Pine- rf each ' apple8,exti!ilarKesly.e;eiicli....iv CHOCOLATE ECLAIR BOo2andB.R.ow.!,.RK.AD::: 10c ZZIIWv JUL1B0 PEANUTS SPECIALS AT SMOKED CRV&z .. ..lOc su,rK.SES:: 6c ' MEAT COUNTER - Roasted fresh in our atournewstork HOT ROLLS .Hot and fresh right from the evens from 3:30 p. m. to ; LUNCHEON SAUSAGE 117 1 b p. in., 8 for big new Roaster 1 The best, round ii i-c " BOILED HAM- tn 1 found OmKj CARAMEL LOAF CAKE 1 A. TEA RINGS- rftl,OTv,u,f,s, " " lut ea,h 01 1 0 C POUnCI, " oI"! '!!'"f!" 30c R 11 1 1 It A H It PIKS Mads from fresh Rim- harteiiothiiiK to equal 1 (, COFFEE CAKES (Hot) 1 Ai . , t BREAKFAST 'BACON- '() their BoodnesH-eacb each 100 POUnd LOtS 9C J (Sliced (-Pound Vt- He was elected to a position in the At the beginning or the Tennessee P, Exposition in 1397. he was the Senior HI member of the firm of Mayfield and jllladley. who conducted tne restaurant in the Negro Building for the ac commodation of the members of his race that attended the exposition. The adventure was a signa' success. At the close of the exposition in 1897, he entered Howard Law School, Washington, D. C, and completed the course in the spring of 1899, receiv ing the degree of LL. B. In September, 1899, he began the practice of law in his native city, and since that time has been actively en gaged in the practice of law. Mr. Mayfield has had many cases in the highest courts of the state and speaks in glowing terms of the fairness and impartiality of the judges that com pose that court and the court of Civil Appeals. Mr. Mayfield has been reported by the Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee on two occasions. The cases will be found in the 7th and 8th, Cates. On account of his familiarity with the highest courts of the state, in the summer of 1910 he canvassed the state in the interest of the free and untrammelled judiciary, which judges SPECIALS AT O'jrt SODA FOUNT AND LUNCHEONETTE AT OUR NEW STORE ICECREAM SODAS f A lflc value .- "V HAM SANDWICH (toasted) 1 (). Willi t'olleu ,. 1 LEMONADE Large glass, 10c value LIMEADE .'jr. Very line, per givsn 'y FRESH BUTTERMILK Large glass ,,yj Fresh lift eat Counter At our new store. Choicest Meats on the market. Our prices always at a big saving to you. v : : J ! SPECIALS AT OUR CIGAR COUNTER ? At Our New Store P. & T. SMOKERS 1A, I A big 0c Cigar; 9 for 1 VI VAUSTERINE CIGARS Kp I Special value, 2 for 0j PEARL PALACE- v K0 f A dandy smoke; 2 for OV : LARGEST PLUG- K0 j ever sold at Ok ' ROYAL BRAZIL SMOKING Kr, , .Saturday only, 2 bags tlv ALL 00c PURCHASES OF CIGARS A CIGAR HOLDER FREE. H. G. HILL, Grocery & Baking Company Telephone Main 703 Telephone Main 435 VC AMUSEMENTS. The Majestic Theatre promises a big bill beginning Monday evening. A special invitation is extended the Normal School visitors and the pub lic generally. The Whitman Sisters will be the headliners, these ladies are the daugh ters of Mr. Albort Whitman, of At lanta, Ga., one k of the South's fore most Negroes. It is expected that the Majestic will be filled during the en gagement with the cmture and re finement of Nashville. The Whit mans will ive to the people of the city the same acts that they played on such big time circuits as Keiths Proctor, and I'oli, which are consider ed the most stupendous in the world. Mr. Billy Nicho s, who manages Majestic, has been with the Whit mans for 2i' weeks, having just re turned from a triumphal tour of Cali fornia and the West. Mr. Nichols is a manager of no mean ability and prom ises that the shows that he will give the public will be free from adverse criticism. He has the experience and the ability to redeem every promise that he may make. The Northern and Eastern Theatri cal papers speak of him as a high toned gent'eman and a 21 carat show man. He deserves well at the hands of Nashville. Billy Nichols, the Great and mimic. He is the well-known Southern comedian who has not ap peared in the South for ten years. Mr. Nichols as a comedian has no equal, excepting Bert Williams. Clarence Powell, the man behind the gun, that's all. Three reels of pictures. Ladies' souvenir night every Tuesday even ing. Come one, come a'l, you are welcome, white and colered. We cater to the refined class of people who wish to enjoy two hours of solid fun, playing new New York and Chi cago acts for the first time in the South. Our motto: Moral nothing immoral. Admission 10 cents; Box, 20c; a few, 15 cents. comedian You have been generous, good and great in the past, but the present calls for heroic action. Let every presiding elder, pastor, congregation and Sunday-school sup-, erintendent, for conscience's sake and for the sake of the people at large, see to is that we lay on the altar of education, not less than $5, 000 by report from all presiding eld ers and ministers at the Board Meet ing to be held at Shelbyville. I pray you in God's name to help us keep the fire burning upon the altar of education. God bless you, is my prayer. Your humble servant, JOSHUA II. JONES, Bishop 9th Episcopal District. Wilberforce, O., June 14th, 1912. he entered Fisk University, he was a shoe-shiner on the streets In this city, and sold sulphur water from the old French Lick Sulphur Spring on Fourth avenue, near the Baseball Park. During the spring of 1895 he 'took the city school examination for a position as teacher, and of the fifty or more colored applicants who took that examination, he was the only one that made the necessary mark. MR. R. L. MAYFIELD, A. B., LL. now comprise those of the present Court of Civil Appeals and the Su preme Court of the State. Mr. Mayfield is a firm believer in the ultimate triumph of the right for his people in our courts. It is report ed that Mr. Mayfield in de ivering an address in Des Moines, Iowa, some years ago, said: "That he would just as soon intrust his rights to the de e gated legal judiciary of the South as any courts within the confines of these United States. Mr. Mayfield has commodious and well-equipped of fices at 410 1-2 Cedar street, being rooms 5 and 6. With the library In his offices he is well prepared to man any case that may arise in Jegal lore. Mr. MayfieVd enjoys the confidence and respect of his people and the better element of the white people. He endeavors to deport himself in a gentlemanly and respectful manner, being born and reared in the South, he knows the Southern white man and the Southern white man knows him. Mr. Mayfield has been in several legail entang ements, but in the final outcome he-has been successful. Mr. Mayfield enjoys a good prac tice, the same is brought about from the fact that he is devoted to his duty, and will spare no expense to vindicate the rights of his clients. R. R. TIME TABLE Looisville & Nashville R. R. PUw Cmioa Station. City Ticket Olfiaa. Stt Fourth areaae. Teleahane Haia 7oS (Corrected to Dec 4, 1910. ) NORTH NORTHEAST Liatks. ABrvr 1:10 am l.ouliYllle A Cincinnati.... iieJba g;U6 aoi Nw York Special (tbrou(h service) MS 0 :J5 pm New York LiailUd (through service Sa9 M al2:15 pm Louisville Accommoda tion aJ.4 8:20 am Kvansvllie A Chicago Utiio i:JD am KvansvllleA St. Louis &9 Bat 7:25 am KvansvllleA Ht. Lotila.,.. tftaa 7:i6 pm The Chicago Limited tam 4:10 pin Kvansvllla A Chlcag (Dixie Flyer) 11:4 Mm 7:66 pm-TheSt. Loula Flyer liAmm BOOTH. 1.15 am Birmingham, Moatgoaa- ry Mobile, New Orlaana.... 2a9aw 826 am Birmingham,, Montgom ery, Mobile, New OrlMD T4 tfc 1.06 pm Birmingham and Moat go wery 1f mm ACCOMMODATION TRAINS I;U pm Naahvllle SeottevUle Ao- commodaticn tlOJvaan B IO pm Naahvllle A KartarUl Accommodation f.laaa 1.46 pm HopklnavUle Accommo dation Sfjn 10 pm Nashville fc Dooalor Ao commodatlon Mttm B50 pm Columbia A Mt. Pleaaaat fjafj 7:40 am Columbia, Florence, Biia fleld and Tusoumbla Mtnaa 4:16 pm N.MhvllI A ClaxkvUle Accommodation t2tM 7:40 am-Franklln and Colnaabla.. M H 1 Sr pm Interurban lMwm 9 60 pm Interurban 4 m 7.00 pm Interarban tJafava I Pally except Sunday, a Stopat North College station. Train arriving at 7 40 p. m. and T It v brings connections from Tuscumbi gata Florence. R. C. WAT.MS, District PuMoiHAft W. II. WU.HTAINK, City Faaaanger l& N. C. A ST. I- Uy. Ticxar Orwi h TTnfAn fltntlAn TlBwirfl In 11 II well nouae. vwer i A Church bu and Wom n Ave. N., Phone ittnm 177. (Correct Nov. 23, 1919.) WEST AND NORTHWEST. Leaves. Arrftrea. 7:00 am Memphis, Hickman, I'aducnh, fit. Leuia, connects for Ceatra vllle (!) g:SS a 1:K pm Jackfkin, Memphis, Hickman, Faducah... l-.. pn 530 mo-Waverly, Acoommo d.ttioii, connecta for Centrevllle' $fit am tSM pm "Dixie 'lyer," solid train to St. Loula ' &SB am. 11:90 pm Mamphlg and Hick man 6,B aaa SOUTH AND EAST. Mb am Chattanooga and At lanta 25 aaa 9:80 am 81. L o n 1 -Jacksonville, "Dixie Flyer," connections (!) for all brnnch line points ... 6:66 aoi 116 am "Dixie Flyer" Solid ; veMtibuIed train to Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jacksonville. Din- , ingcars.... 43 5. -49 pm Chattanooga and. con necting (!) for Shei-. byvllle, Sjuirta, Fny ettevllle, Uuntcville, Tracy City, South Fltisburg IO.nJb aaa 6. -00 pm TullaUoma Accomoio- ,; dation (connecta for flhelbyville) .m.... I. li aaa 9J0 pm Chattanooga, Atlanta, Uleeper to New York. 6 36 aaa LEBANON TF.AINSL 7-00 am Lebanon Mixed Stt am Lebanon Expreoa 11:16 pm 4 00 pm Lelxinon Acooiii fi W am i (W pui Lebanon Aacom 8 S aw !I)fillv except Wundiy. ; W. M. HUNT, City Ticket Agent, Utiwb House. FO WELL PIirLLIPS, r. A.. Mvi Houe; W, L. DANL1RY, Q. P. A., Uaifin Station. ai I w- Mi ' I WE TRY TO PLEASE. Every foot, that comes to us to be shod. Ladies' Comfort Shoes and Slippers for the warm weather. J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co., On the Square. THE MANHATTAN. The above resort is owned and controlled by Mr. Albert Watkins, who has been justly sty'ed the prince of good follows. His good deeds to his fellowman cannot be recounted here, suffice to say he is "Just the same today," as he lias always been jojvial, equitable and business like. His Place is the most luxurious own-, ' Nashville) David ed by any Negro in the city. Hel j v, v.r MR. R. L. MAYFIELD, A. B., LL. B. By W. L. Miller. j R. L. Mayfield, the subject of this i COMING! COMING! ! The famous Whitman Sisters, Es sie and May, with their famous picks, Sammie and Aaron, at A. N. John son's New Majestic Theater. Two weeks' commencing with the week of June 24th, with the assistance of Normal School AUendanti are invited to visit Ike Tonsorial Parlors OF' M F. llolicr.Noii Electrical and Facial Massages Crude Oil and Egg Shampoo Hair Treatment Hot and Cold In.liN IIS CV.lar Si reel caters to all that is good, frowns up on all that is dark and devious. As a husband and brother, he is par ex cel ent. Mr. Watkins was born and reared in Nashville, and deserves all the good things that can be bestowed up on him. He keeps a quiet and orderly place which is the meeting place of men of brains. Private Of fa es fhonc Mm 1845 Stridly Confidential NEIA OFFICE aY.OE.EY to LOAlJ Railroad Employes and Others Holding; Regular Positions Owners of Furniture, Pianos, nnd other nrtlcksof value need not reiniiln "hard up" our money Ih cany to get. GLOBE CREDIT CO. 243V& 4th Ave., N. Nashville, Tenn. TO THE PRESIDING ELDERS, MIN ISTERS, SUNDAY-SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS, CON GREGATION AND FRIENDS OF THE CAUSE OF EDU CATION TENNESSEE. Greetings: Dear Brethren: I find it necessary for me to send you strong words in behalf of our splendid school work at ShelbyvilV, Tenn., which must not be allowed lo languish, for want of support. Owing to the spring floods and rains, together with tho meeting of the General Conference of the A. M. 10. Church at Kansas City, followed by tho lateness of your crops, and the embarrassment incident thereto, t He monies that you have been ac customed to raise for the sustenance of the school at, Shelbyville has not been sent in. For the above stated reasons, too, we have delayed the calling of the Trustee Board until August 14th. At the meeting we must have five thousand ($5,000) dollars, so as to take care of immediate needs. Work has already commenced on the new building on the campus at Shelbyville, and p'aus are being made; for the laying of the corner stone August lTith. son County, Tennessee, and has been a resident and citizen of this place ever since. At a very early age his mother died and he and his father, who is 'now living, kept house until the boy was about eighteen years old. His father worked and the boy went to school. At a very early age he manifested an interest in books an& was the (leader in all of his classes at school. When he completed the course of study in the county school, which is now known as Knowtes School, he entered Fisk University, and after pursuing his studies in that institution for about nine years, he graduated from the College Depart ment with the degree of B. A. He was considered one of the best schol ars in his class. During the time he was in the county school, and for a while after j NORMAL VISITORS INVITED Special Price Sale Ladies' White Lingerie Dresses $3.85 ... 98c Ladies' White Shoe Sale $8 and $10 Values-Elegantly made and trimmed with fine lace and embroidery. ... . $1.50 and $2 Lingerie and Tailored Waists Special at $4.00 White Colonials and Pumps $3.00 White High Boots and Pumps $2.95 $1.98 $3.50 White Pumps and Straps Misses White Shoes and Pumps $2.45 $1.48 I Hirshberg Bros. FIFTH-AVENUE CHURCH STREET fhont 0 Extra Special: Offerings for HOT WEATIIEK Your Chance to Save SUITS Q I IK'lt C5U1U ill v& $1-2.50 this sale Our Loss Your SUITS that sold at $15 this sale dain Sli Backward Season SUITS that sold at $18 this sale SB y La The Reason Why suits o&rp thatsoldatOHSli $22 this sale B w Our Special $20.00 Men's Mohair Cravenctt Coat and rants SI5.00 $15.00 Men's Mohair Cravenett Coat and Pants $12.00 Men's Soft ShlrK sep arate collar to match 1.50 qiS $1.00 Men's Soft Shirts, sep arate collar to match ,00 nuni'ty 85c C1IAS. P. FOURTH AVE. AND DEADER.ICK ST. NASHVILLE, T n IN IN 408 i''--'" ' 'jpT OrflCC PHONE M IS89 RESIDENCE PHONE HEMLOCK 1940 MUi One, Call th Other Richard HRl Heal KwtnteXotnry INibliw REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 410 1-2 Cadar Street Nashville. Tena. J. L. WEAKLEY, Candidate for re-election for Magistrate. DEATHS. Geo. Thompson, Jim Town, 13 years. Nancy Fain, 1021 Eleventh avenue. North, 72 years. Infant cf Callie Jenkins, 65 Wil low street. , J, Jno. Clark, Maxwell Road, 22 years. Wifllie Mai Beech, 21 Sixteenth ave nue, North, 24 years. El'a Charter, 1021 Fourteenth ave nue, North, 51 years. Lizzie Secrest, Fourth avenue, North. Chas. Gardener, 2441 Morend, 42 years. Dorsey Tollivrr, City Hospital, 37 years. Henry Perkins, Fifth avenue, North, 16 years. Sarah Henderson, 34 Mill street, 76 years. Rosa Lee Brown, 3028 Locust street, 2 years, 8 months. Rufus Goodwin, 502 Donclson street, 42 years. Rehecca Jamison, rear 303 Eleventh avenue, South, 22 years, 1 month, 3 days. Aaron J. Dodd, 704 Ninth avenue, South, Gfl years, 10 months, 16 days.