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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
5 , -til," "IJSft.:' . ; x i ) i.;:7 t U . WALTER JUSTICE This is to certify that I have been afflicted with tuberculosis for about two years and was under two doctor's care for about 1 year and 6 months during which time I was unable to attend to my work. I read in the Nashville Globe about J. C. Johnson's "LUNG VITA" and on the 21st day August I called at his office and commenced his Tuberculosis cure. I was then hardly able to walk more than two blocks without resting but now I feel that I am almost cured from this desease. State of Tennessee, David son County. Personally ap peared before me H. H. Griz zard and a Notary Public, in and for said county and state the said Walter .Justice, who makes oath to this statement. Witness my hand and official seal at Nashville, Tenn essee this 21st of November, 1912. . H. H. GRIZZARD, Notary Public . I was able after one month's treatment to re sume work with the M. Ryan Wholesale Co., on Broadway and have since commencing with the sfal medicine (LUNG VITA) gained SIXTY-FIVE pounds I can conoientiously recommend Mr. Johnson's medicine to anyone who is afflicted with tuberculosis as I am sure it Will do for them what it has done for me if they will continue to take it and give it a fair trial. 422 5th Ave., N. , Nashville, Tenn. , Nov. 21, '12. WALTER JUSTICE 1 ;OUR CREDIT I 15 GOOD AT THE JImerican Supply House I. SCinVAUTSIAN' C AUCA2M: Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits !"1.!0 Per Week Ladies' Cloaks l.CO Per Week Ladies' Rain-coats ...1...- .n O Per Week Lad:e3' Skirts and Waists ZbO Per Week Ladies' Hats, made to order SO Per Week Ladies' Silk Petticoats .50 Per Week was formerly one of the oldest and most prominent of this- city. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE. 5 Passenger E. M. F. Studebaker Car In excellent condition. Apply to THE ACME .REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO. T. Clay Moore Mgr.. 412 Cedar St. Phone M 2957 Miss McElwee is formerly of this for only two weeks and on account of her prominence will be royally en dining room, which, was beautifully ! broke loose. Running, Kicking, laugh- annual meetings on Thanksgiving decorated with cut flowers. The ing hollering and every description of and the day following every year guests were Mesdames J. H. Adims, nuaucy maue up me expression or since Us organization, except one, J. H. Hale, D. Houston, J. H. Kelley, delight of the throng. And the E. Cole, Moses McKissack, S. Jackson strange part of this rejoicing was, It and Coombs. The meeting then ad- seems, that "Everybody was doin? it." journed to meet with Mrs. S. E. Grisres1 but Fisk- 11 was a great day for A, December 5th. B. C. and a great day for Meharry. having met in the cities of Martin. Jackson, Milan, Memphis, Dyersburg, Ripley and Union City. The teachers of West Tennessee as well as patrons have taken great interest In these SONG SERVICE AT ST. PAUL SUNDAY EVENING. Simd.'lV PVenlnir niwomlinii 1 n tertained by the many friends of her7:30 0.d0ck St. Paul Church choir of Poor Fisk! She will have bad luck mftines where live anrl vital niies- r,s long as she tries to cheat the press. ;tloii3 have been considered and much mother, who was much loved in this city, where she was born and reared. NINTH EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS. (Continued from page 1.) ornoE rttONe m im ksioenci rmt MtMioc m Mid Ob. Call tk OtW Richard Hill Real Etae--Notry Pnblie REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 410 12 friar Street NaekvilL, Tea. AUK YOU IIAKI) to PL 12 ASK If there is a man in town or country that we can't suit In shoes we'd like to look at him. J. S. Hopkins Shoo Co. On i!a Siiiir'. voices will s;lve a song service, to wh.ich the public is cordially Invited. The program follows: Processional Relation to the Life of Tomorrow," Principal L. T. Larsen, of Le Moyne Institute, Memphis. All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name' Kolo-rMifs p- M. Crawford, Memphis President s annual message Prln- good accomplished education. for the cause of (Major M McGavock P. M. Ranswn. McGavock & Ransom Dealers in Hay .Grain and Feed WOOD, COAL and KINDLING. .520 N. First St. Nashville, Tenn. Perry & lester Coal Co. Wholesale aaa Retail Dealara ia CCD AIL TANNER H END RICK, Maaa.ar Yards: 606 Seam AW..N. Phone Mala 21 WHEN OUT OP EMPLOYMENT GO AND MEE Prof. W.G.HYNES and he will (jive yon positions of all kinds He will also give to you from THE NEW MAJESTIC LAUNDRY clear, snow white clothes. Econom ical prices. 420 Cedar Street Phone M. 2 190 NASHVILLE, TENN. Phone Normal 6503 RICHARD HILL, JR. Attorney-at-Law 748 SOUTH HALSTEAD ST. CHICAGO Mr. ahd Mrs. Marshil Charter who were called to the death bed of Mre. Charter's brother Willie Jones, have returned to thedr home in, Maury County. Mrs, Sallie Thompson and mother are confined to their beds with la grippe. Satin Ribbons in all colorB, blue black, gold and red Thanksgiving game, 6 cents a yard and up. J. H. Foreman, nth ave and Jefferson. HOLIDAY We have some excellent Holiday footwear, the sort any man, woman or child can wear with pride and pleas ure ahd be thankfut for. We've good shoes for every member of the family. J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co. Oil I lie Squnro. Miss Ethel McElwee of Chirac. III., la in the city the guest of Miss Lady Emma Louise Phillips, of 12th avenue, North. Two beautiful level lots In the Heffernan Adition between Fisk Heffernan addition between Fisk Any terms you want, .Will also build to suit purchaser. THE ACME REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO. T. Clay Moore Mgr. ..412 Cedar St. Phone M 2957. Miss Temple, Jones, of Tyler, Tex., is visiting friends in the city. She is to remain here over a fortnight. MEN'S SnOES ..Conservative ..styles are .the .ex treme limit of good dressers. Both dulr and bright leathers and fall tans. J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co. On file Square . Weddino Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johns cele brated their twenty-fifth anniversary Tuesday evening, November , 12th at their residence, 1412 Hamilton street. Those who enjoyed the hospitality ot the evening were Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Sam Jones, Mrs. Petty, Mrs. Craw, ford, Mrs. McClain, Mrs. L. CrawforU, Mrs. Wm. Sykes, Mrs. Cheatham, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. North, Mrs. Bateman, Mrs. Posey, Misses Sadie Anderson, Frankie Invocation. 'It Is Good to Give Thanks".... (Choir Leader) i Solo Selected Dr. McCIure Quartett ( Jubilee) Mesdames C. o. Madioy and J. W. Work, Prof. J. W. Work and Mr. A. G. Price. Hallelujah" (Mozart) Trio "I Waited on the Lord" Miss Davi.s, Mesdames McKissack and Price. Solo "You May Bury Me in the East," Mrs. J. W. Work. Selection Y. M. L. C. Quartett Offering. "An Endless Allelujah." (Choir Leader.) BOYS' and GIRLS' SHOES Splendid shoes for the strelloim little feet. .Durable and comfortable. Shaped to fit the growing feet. J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co. Oo the Square. Smith, Willa Hodge. Messrs. Z. Couch. Johnson, Crawford and Joe B. Hall. M'usic was the feature of the enevlng, after which a two-course menu was served. AUTOMOBOLE FOR SALE. .. 5 Passenger E. M. F. Studebaker Car In excellent condition Apply to THE .ACME REAL ESTATE .AND LOAN CO. T. Clay Moore, Mgr. 412 Cedar St. . Phone M 2957. The House-Keepers' Club. The House-Keepers' Club met Mon- , AID SOCIETY. Many of the ladies of the First Baptist Church attended the interest ing meeting of the Ladies' Aid So ciety held in the church Monday af ternoon. - ' A. B. C. 13; FISK UNIVERSITY 6. (Continued from page 1.) The officials of neither team can de clare themselves blameless; for this unnecessary wrangling shows negli gence on the part of all. The offi cials of Fisk and A. B. C. had known for several weeks that the game would De played. But this taken care of later. Having paid fifty cents to see the game it is not necessary to observe newspaper ethics even in reporting n foot ball game. For newspaper ethics dav with Mrs .T p nrnwfnH i km 1 WWU1U aM K tne nome team be l, mi. v l the contention was a slight matter and could have been settled without an hour's wrangling after the time for the game to start. In fact, all j Paner "Environment a Factor In Ed- tnese little details should have been catlonal Development," Prof. M. A settled before the day for the game. E. L. Honesty, Memphis. Song "The Cuckoo," S. Jackson School Choral Club. i Friday, November 29, 10 O'clock. C. M. E. Church. Paner "Co-operation of Home and School," Mrs. C. P. Robinson, Dresden. Paper "An Ideal Teacher," Mrs. Maud Haynes, Jackson. Paper "Teacher's Relation to the Community," A. Love, Memphis. Instrumental solo Miss Maud E. Mosby. Paper "An Ounce of Prevention in Youth Worth a Pound of Cure in Maturity," Miss Mosie Mae Lane, Jackson. Paper "Duties of a Conscientious Teacher," Mrs. M. A. Benton, Buntyn. Paper "The Public School Teacher," Mrs. T. W. Hampton, Paris. Solo "The Sea is My Sweatheart," Dan Harper, Union City. Afternoon Session. 2 O'clock. Presbyterian Church. Instrumental solo Miiss Bertha Mil ler, Greenfield. Paner "Needs of the Rural School" L. Poole, Jackson. mm 1 1 j i", f 14th avenue, North. The members responded freely to the roll with a quotation. After the program was Dobbs, Greenfield. Address '"Mortality of the Race: How to Reduce It Dr. A. A. Greenlee, Dversburg. Paper "Qualities of a Good Teacher" Prof. W. S. Jackson, Woodland Mills. matter can be , Instrumental solo Miss Marie W. Jones, Memphis. Round Table "Poor Teaching, the Cuse. the Cure," conducted by President J. W. Johnson, of Roger Williama University. Paper "Prepare for Your Chosen Vocation." Mrs. H. M. McMakin, Union City. Colored People's Hair We are the largest manufacturers of colored peop'e's rair in this country. We make every thing in its line, and our prices are much lower than those quoted elsewhere. Seal 1 ata. llama lor car eatalataa. 'Deal. G. Waaiea waalca ta aell aar kair toaaa. HUMAN A HAIR COMPANY 23 Due St. New York. City. BeautifyYour Complexion WITH fMaai 7 MEN'S $3 SHOES for three dollars come straight to us, J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co. On (lie Squnro. sympathized with. But the home team in this Instance threw au pre.vs customs to tne wind, so far Paper "Commercial Training In the as the Globe was concerned, and , Public Sohools." Miss L. I. Hob only extended press courtesies to the! son, Howe Institute, Memphis, white press and the plcturetakers. ' Business WpIV If you want the best men's shoes 'first half Fisk made ft WhrWr. w . n-r?IV" ' " V," i . " urLt i r r-1 j rvi rwr. DCIN- a rorwara pass. It was a beautiful ton execution and was made in the identl- 1213 Eleventh Avenne, North - n,SPi,Wherex- BC- attem.Dted the Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 26. 1912. SoT? R .!?v0tf;r 8fr,,ng w.aSiProf- E- L- Honp President, and Jt?nM r half' tTT the Members of Education Congress, standpoint of generalship honors I Dversbure Tenn NashvniPfaVOr r th 6tlngy f, Friends an) i' Fenow' Teachers Nashville. . ... t,,. a rrt-oiuoiii oi me v ny i rmiji pals' Association of Nashville, and as of rendered, the visitors were Intro duced and the ladies made short talks. Madames R; H. Perrin, Elaine Boyd and F. A. Reynolds. The hostess served a delicious ice course. next meeting will be with Mrs. F. E. Dawson, 73 Wharf avenue. Married. In the second hilf A. B. C. emereed Le.BB from the Selene RuHrf, with n MW'"",,n Tne. i former president, for manv years I " Willi leiiailC-CB. trotM.- o.Qnl lrv,H. Coach Archer had given the boys some T " n , '7, L L Georgia pepper Their craws were!t0 your own' 1 8Pncl you eet1'1" stuffed wthTaw ts That had rjT!llt0 been snrinklprl with noaY ,.,. r"1' 'uul uniuunuuim, luuumi Six Reasons Whs Yu Should Use REN WAR Relieves all Rhcum&ticjpains. Knrlches the blood. Neutralize Uric add. Warranted to cure. Absolutely corrects constipation. Recommended by all who have used it. teSti9 5c per bottle Maaafaetaral ky Wnrncr Drtii C NANDVILLK. TENN. Mrs. Ida Harlan, a sister of Bishop Tyree, and Editor D. A. Hart, was summoned to the city by telegram, from Memphis this week to be at the bedside of a very sick mother. Mrs. Harlan is Head Nurse at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Mr. G. W. Hayes, the prominent undertaker of Memphis, and the Rev. Dr. Martin, president of the Solvent Savings Bank, both sustained serious Injur'es last Siturday a week ago when an auto collided with the buggy driv en by them. Mr. Hayes received a broken shoulder blade and Is still in the hospital. Dr. Martin was severe ly cut in the mouth and over the eye and otherwise shaken up. Both pa tients are reported convalescing. MEN'S AND HOY'S SHOKS If you come to us for your shoes they will be right in style,, fit and price. J. S. Hopkins Shoe Co. On (ho Nipmre. Bishop I. B Scott will preach at Clark Memorial Church Sunday morn ing at 11 o'clock. Miss McElenee Is formerly of this city, and a daughter of the Hon. S. A. McRlwe. nnrt a grand-daushter of Mrs. Georgia Shelton, whose family Miss Clara Sexton and Mr. James' Those who were showing any signs of absTlt;1n Ppr?,n' 1 "ssure J, 1 m H. Harris, of St. Louis. Mo., married ahinMitv wr a.. ,ifi, l.J rresent In spirit and ournos In the at the home of the bride's father, Rev. i melon seed tea made from the select- w you nre accomT,,,sh-,T1S fr and the cause of nomilar education. Your organization In numbers, in- J. W. Sexton, on 4th avenue. South, ed fruit of th prnrvr stoto Rev. Geo. Porter of St. John A. M.I Fisk kicked nir tn t p ' n E. Church, officiating. The happy 'those long boys with crooked feet , tereet' p(1"C!,tio'1,,1 SD,r,t and In re pair left on the 7:00 p. m. train for and physioues similar to Jack John.iRults atta'nPd taPS $rt "n1 St. Louis their future home. No son. etc., lined up on the first snap in hp state- If i,s the on1y onl cards only a few near friends wit- of the bp'l anH started a hofterine nm znt,0n of the k,T,d ,n Tennessee tht nesBed the ceremony. t on the Fisk line. Th's demonstration 1 can show a c0"'"1'0' harmo- of Georgia headwork was kept con- n5n,1s pv,stn(,e fnr c0 many TPars. I The H. P. C. Club. Rtnntly in 0"eraHon until the nlkin 8m awarp tTiat we f,rp manv 8pi-'"s The H. P. C. Club met at Mrs. H. hd pushed aeross the goal line, obstacles. It persistent effort will L. Lawrence, 1819 Heffernan street, A goal was easily kicked, which made : overcome them all. I have not only November 25, 1912. Those present tnp F,ore 7 to fi In favor of A. B. C. a Ppnpra1 bnt n special Interest In were Mrs. T. Rucker, Mrs. E Bushell, p,Knt at this time an exhibition of 'n,,r organization, because of the Mrs. W. Johnson, Mrs. Mary McClain, lhe unponularny of the Fisk team niai1T rrsonal Mends T have among Miss J. DoutIhss, Mrs. H. Z. Lawrence, Wf" phown. All of Meharrv went wild. T0U witJl whom I have been associated Air T? T Tnwronra M TT T. T-' wh'eh W3 to he PTnpotPil Put ft 1 fOrmer years. ronce, Mrs. Dodson. Refreshments wa9 rot t0 exnected that all of were served at a late hour. . , Nashville would rn wild, hut anpa- rentlv tntg a ,et wht hannenpfl Fleur-Pe Lis Art Club. It made old citizn and followers My vour worV and influence long live to bless mankind Is the prayer of. Yours fratornaiir. E. W. BVNTON, Princinal Hndley School and Prs- A vprv IntarccMnir'mDorm. f h!nf f,lp EP look On with amazement.. Fleur De Lis Art Club was held at nrd pevprnl wprp """rd to av or i(1oT1t Principals' Association, Nash- the residence of Mrs. TI. A rnromnn . 1 fT asK Tl Kovprbpr ?1 t n: whv so miien onnoitlon to Tr;.-Ir7" T?Io The president, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, presided. The members answering rntber ak th nust'on: "Wtut does ville...ln. nnoitlon to ' Ti1 1 n 11 it V - a.u t . I inr iifii whs rmar"n The Educatiot.nl Coneressof West. "nd the n'ay wis reumod. As Roon Tnnpssoe w orennled In the veir to roll call with quotations on "Fre; 1 TtA: C'8 "2 V'-J. PrL dom" were as fol'ows: Mesdames s'nn tho camp nnoitmM, ct-.r,-' W. Johnson, of Roct Williams TTn,1- ("a dwell Cameror Port Grte .and b Ure ard hnr,n,r nnd vrrv'itv- T"ns "'"t tmtH ris Hart Pric Pius Vassar and Bos , rnmm,ne and m,ttlT,? t.-G vers ao ad who Is nnw the ns Hart, price, Plus, vassar and Bos- v6 VIrkfp th tImp ,n nororpd nrP8irfPnt of Roeer W!Him Mra Tiorio 1 n" mo " rpPT'0"- H rlcur that U"lverstv. He w.8 at the time Mrs. Harris read a paper. "North- Tno i,.,itIM .m .j f v,. a, 1 1 T " " v a"1 't "tl innnen fn five vards of FIsk's tin Ml"um6" 8"l"i nu ovserves uimu A p p bn'tpHno- nrt was praise. Mrs. H. A. Cameron in her forTnP(1. nk(, a flpn of nrnin- same sweet vo'ce sang a beautiful bte head was nushed throuch the -- ' r n mi Y1III1 gram an ice course was served In thej touchdown. Right here pandemonium At first the organization com- nr'srd . slnele con Jon a district (the Ninth), but was finally extended ovrr all the count!", towns and el tl"s of West Tennessee. The Educational Congress has held The faoe eream that positively does all that ia olalmad for it. Cores pimples, ringworms, removes freckles, tan, sunburn, blackheads, liver blotches and other facial discoloration!. Bleaches and beantlflea without injury tc tb most delicate skin. Eliminates that "Bh'nry' appearance and produces a clear, reload, healthy complexion. PRICE 2SC BY MAIL, POSTPAID. White's Specific Toilet Co. NahTUle. Tenn. Office Phone, M. 1477 Residence 801 Sylvan St KAST NASHVII.LB Phone Walnut 1105 Dr.W.W. Suinlin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 411 4th Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. NAPIKH COVUT MltS. A 17 U I' ST A WHITE THE WOSDEUFUL IU1K GROWER Us'ng herown method of scalp trealment, which produces the most gratilyi g eflect, causing the hair to grow long and silky. Give hera trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. 413 Ictirew Strfft I'ulaakl, T enneaseaa For Rent Two Rooms In Odd Follows Build ing, 447 Fourth Ave., N., Sultablo for Office. Rent Reasonable. Apply to Taylor & Co. Hit. C. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Bye, Ear, Nose aad Threat DtieaMaka a aerraaaeitN localfd ia bis law baiUtia l.t.t ( hnrvh Hi. THE STAR REALTY and INVEST MENT COMPANY WILL GIVE S3.0B IN GOLD to nny pwsnn between ton nnd fifteen years of nso, sornrlnj? the prentost number of tiiillvliliuil ndult vohts, uslnjt this en !!. ninl n m a tlr-Uot (eltfht weeks cam paign), beginning the Issue of Nov. 15. THKSTAK KKAI.TY and INVESTMKNT CO. buvs and bpIU real estate, Improvea and re deems property, builds and repnlr houses, srrtires tenants nnd oolloots ronr. also, and operates on sound business principles. REGULATIONS. No ndiiH will be allowed more than one vote din-Inn the contest. CeatcKiania will aerure and collect all of their votes on or before Jan. 10, 1013, and seal and deliver the aame.