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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1913.
HirshbergBros. FIFTH A VENUE AND CHURCH STREET Do you know we are anxious for a share of your pat ronage? We are arranged to protect your every want, our clothes arg the very best consistnet with price. SEE THEM- Suits $12Ito $35 We have clothes for the boys in Norfolk and Double breasted Coats in Serges, Worsteds 'and Cheviots $3 to $10 Shoes Ladies ' Suits and Hats See the styles on our second floor CXXXOOOCXXCCOGH300a Full Dress Party. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cheatham, Jr., entertained on April 11th a limited number of guests at the reisdence of Mrs. Felix Bowling, 1635 Patterson street. Dancing and whist playing were the features of the evening, was furnished by Mrs. Carter and Mr. Pillow. A three course menu was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bowling, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Black, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hightower, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bosie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cheatham, Jr., Mrs. Louis K. Thomas, Messrs. Fred J. Ewing, Ernest Morris, John Hill, Eugene Pil low and Master Oscar P. Cheatham. Household of Ruth Embroidery Club The Ladies of the different numbers of Households in the city met at 447 4th avenue, North and organized a club which shall be the Househould of Ruth Embroidery Club. Presi dent, Mrs. Ida Keeble, Mrs. Josie iBrltt, Secretary and Mrs. Nancy Ride- out, Treasurer. All Ruthltes are in vited to take a part. Meeting place 447 4th avenue, North, each Monday at three o clock. Ladies' Auxiliary Club. Mrs. R. H. oByd was hostess of the last Tegular meeting of the L. A. to the Colored State Fair Association. The ladies enjoyed an open meeting. The special feature of the meeting was a very interesting talk from the General Manager of the Fair, Rev. Preston Taylor. The meeting was largely attended. Afetr the general routine of business, the ladies were served refreshments during the social hour. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Phillips Douglass, 1313 Jackson street. Seventy-Sixth Anniversary. On Monday, March the 21st Mrs. Mary Frances Stephenson celebrated her seventy-sixth anniversary at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Cartwright. 1718 Patterson street. At that age she is much younger in ap pearance and habit than many much younger than she. During the day a large number of friends'ealled to con gratulate her and brought presents as tokens of their esteem. Her daugh ters. Mrs. Emma Cooper, Mrs. Mariah Gordon. Mrs. Carrie Hill, of Columbia, Mrs. Connie Hendley, Mrs. Hattie Cartwright of Nashville, Mrs. Alice Nolen of Chicago, were present. Mrs. .Mary Poindexter of Madlsonville, Ky., was the only child who was not pres ent. The T. S. C. Club. The Tailors Social Club met and held Its weekly meeting at the home of Mr. David Porter, 1402 Heiman street, where the meeting was called to order by the President Elder M. Stewart The roll was called and members responded and paid their dues promptly; after which, the secre tary enrolled names of new members. Those who joined were: Misses Sadie Alford, Oply Hayes, Esther Frazier, Mildred Sykes, Mary Pullin, Anna M. Harris, Alberta Hobbert. Sireatha Johns, Mr. Dan Brown, Geo Leath, Henry Stafford, Jake Pullin, Geo. Phillips. After the usual business was disposed of a delightful social hour was spent Refreshments wore Berved, after which the assembly was delighted by several pleasing roIpc tlons rendered by the Nightingale Quartette. Mr. Jake Pullin made a very exceptionable talk which the en tire club enjoyed. The Nashville Ladies' Domestic Club. The N. Nashville Ladies' Domestic Club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. C. Ferrell, 301 North Clay street for the main purpose of electing new officers and making new plans for the success of the club. MRS. E. M. LINTON Dressmaker &11 kinds of sewing done with neatness and deijatca. Satisfaction guaranteed 255 Smb1 At..' S Nuhvillt.Tsa. VMiladVs Note Book. cooooooooooogoooc Everything in footwear for the en tire family, every style, every leath er or fabric, prices correct. The meeting was well attended and agreeably surprised with a dainty luncheon Berved by the hostess. The following members being present: Mrs. C. A. Ferrell, President; Mrs. F. T. Eailey, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. A. P. Gray, Mrs. A. J. McGavock, Mrs. R. B. McKnight, Mrs. R. B. Stratton, Mrs. L. Bryant, Mrs. C. Washington. Banquet The first annual banquet of the Chesterfield Club of East Nashville was held at the Odd Fellows Hall. 4th avenue. North, Friday evening, April 4th. The hall was beautifully deco rated In club colors for the occasion. Dancing and games were indulged In until a late hour, after which a de lightful two course menu was served by Miss England, Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Eakins. The guests numbered sixty. Eagle Club C. of C. The Eagle Club C. of C. regular meeting was very interesting. Mr. William Price, auditor and Mr. Jami son, ex-president are planning to take a walking Journey that will last one day. The plan before the Advisory Committee gives three stops over, two in the country and one In North Nash ville. The party will leave East Nashville in the morning and serve dinner at 12 o'clock sharp In the woods. Buffet style, Kodaking, run ning and skipping will be the main features of the day. If you want to meet a jolly crowd .see the party about four o'clock, returning from the woods on 14th avenue. The club will meet April 14th with Miss Giles, 725 North 6th street. Fleur-De-Lis Art and Study Club Mrs. Arthur Price was hostess Thursday afternoon at her beautifully appointed home, 1806 Jefferson street, to the Fleur-De-Lis Art Club. The meeting, presided over by Mrs. J, C. Caldwell, was opened by the members chanting the Lord's Prayer led by Mrs. H. A. Cameron. Quotations from the versatile pen of Duboise were given. After a business session an excellent program as follows was rendered. Paper The Schools of the South, Mrs. II. A. Cameron; In strumentalMrs. T. Clay Moore; Paper Negro Writers . Before the War, Mrs. N. IT. Pius; Vocal Solo Mrs. M. McKissack At the conclu sion of the program, the hostess in vited the guests into the dining room where a delicious and pretty two course menu was served. The din ing room was beautifully decorated with potted plants; the color scheme being carried out in white and green. The guests were: Mrs. A. Davis. and Sister, Miss Davis of Tuscumbia, Ala., Mesdames J. D. Fowler, L. Ham ilton, Dodson and J. H. Kelly. Each guest was called upon to give a talk and many pleasing and (helpful thoughts were given In response. Mrs. Price proved herself a tcharming hostess and all were reluctant to leave. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. O. Hadley, 1506 Philips street, Thursday, April 17th. Community Club. b The Community Club meets every Monday night at St. Andrews Church. All mothers invited to attend and see what the ladles are doing. Kinder garten every day; story telling hours, Thursday at 3 o'clock; sewing class every Saturday at 3 o'clock. Mothers meet every Monday night at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Pillow and Mrs. Nichols Enter tain. Friday evening, April 4th from 8 to 11 o clock, at the beautiful residence of Mrs. Pillow on Sth avenue. North, Mrs. Pillow and Mrs. Anna Nichols, entertained a large number of guests in honor of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. For and Miss Margarett Lamb of Colorado ter, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Saunders Springs, Colo. Mrs. Porter is hero from Mitmphis visiting her husband and mingling among the people of St. John's Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Saunders are preparing to leave the city to make their future home In Chicago. The guests were many and a delightful evening was spent Story telling, poetical recitals, instrumental music end general merry-making were 'Mm Copyright Hart SchiSner Ic Mar the events of the evening. At 11 o'clock a splendid two course menu was served, and the hostesses were showered with congratulations on the splendid way they had entertained. Y. M. L. C. Notes. The club held its anniversary at the home of Mr. J. H. Stockard, on last Friday night. Special Inter est centered In the fact, that it was the first held at the home. The re vival of a stirring scene, the heroism of the past, which was brought out with such force and affectionate pa thos in the program rendered, clearly illustrates the fact that nothing lives like memory and affection. Mr. H. J. Stockard was master of ceremonies. The exercises opened with the grand old song, Portugese Hymn; prayer by H .J. Stockard; introduction of the club by E. P. Bond, president; selec tion by Quartette; original poetry by club poet; solo by M. F. Douglass; es sayBasis of Literary Education by M. Dobbins; address by Mr. Sanders, Secretary of Colored Y. M. C. A.; good night by Quartet; remarks by the master of ceremonies. The ad dress delivered by Mr. Sanders was indeed an inspiration and all those that heard him will never forget hl3 address. He emphasized the impor tance and necessity of a knowledge of faith and love and the history Is the source of foundation; the inspiration of all our club work. Prof. R. Har ris, made a brief talk and gave some pathetic boyhood recollections. He said, "We have much to be proud of although we have not won a victory." Let every member be present at the next meeting. Visitors welcome. Frierson-Moore. Mr. Adley Frierson and Miss Char ley Moore were quietly married at 1412 Hieman street. Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore. The groom is one of the. leading young men of the city. Both are prominent in society circles Members of the family and a few intimate friends wit nessed tl ceremony, .which was per formed by Rev. S. L. Howard, D. D. Atwaters-Bollow. On Monday nkiit, April 14th, Mr. William Atwarters and Miss Nina Tal low were secretly married at the resi dence of Mrs. Mary Alexander on Georgia street. The President of the Eagle Club and members of the family were the only ones present. Banquet. The first anniversary and banquet of the Chesterfield Club of East Nashville was held at Odd Fellows Hall, Fourth avenue, North, Friday evening, April 4, 1913. The hall was beautifully decorated in club colors. Other conveniences need not be men tioned as every one knows the beau ty of this hall. Presidents of the va rious clubs were present and stated that this was one of the grandest en tertainments of the seasonn, and were greatly surprised that the club com posed of only twelve young ladies was able to render such a treat to their social friends. Good music fur nished by the orchestra made danc ing the main feature of the evening, after which a delightful three-course menu was served. The guests num bered about sixty. Hadley's Park Social Club. The II. P. S. C. held their regular meeting on Monday, April 7, with Misses Nannie and Katherlne Sellars, of 2021 Heffernan street. The meet ing was called to order by the presi dent, Mrs. T. II. Rucker. The roll was called by the secretary, Miss Amanda McClain, with each member responding. A part of the time was spent in embroidery work, after which a tempting two-course menu was serv ed. Members present were: Mrs. Henry Lawrence, Mrs. T. II. Ruckor, Mrs. William Rohnson, Gracie Ru---sell, Mrs. Edward Church, Mrs An drew Rose, Misses Ethel Berry, R'M;u and Mattle Baker, Nannie and Kaib rine Scllars. Mary Douglass, Amnndn McClain, Gus-a Tucker, Satie Reed and Grahan CurMhers. Mrs. Graham Serves Dinner. Mrs. Graham, of West NaMivi'K served dinner Sunday evenine !n honor of her nephew, Mr. PhiMlp Thompsons birthday. After the h! s ing was asked by Master Phillln Thompson, Jr., six courses were servd to the following guests, who expressed themaelve a being highly entertain ed: Mrs. Galloway, Dr. Pickens, Mrs. Townsend, Mr. M. Thompson and the Misses Browa, Galloway, Glass and Townsend. ' F. L. C. Club. The L. F. C. Club met at the home of Mrs. Robert Carpenter, Rock City, Friday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Wm. Franklin. Song and prayer by Mrs. Robert Corpenter. Part of the time was spent in embroidering, af ter which the hostess served .a two course menu. The club adjourned to meet with Miss Willie Carney, April iSth, on the Gallatin road. In Honor of Drs. C. L. Rhodes and J. C.Miller. Miss Minnie Buchanan and Mrs. S. C. Green were hostess of a brilliant social affair last Thursday evening at the Buchanan residence, 908 South street. The parlor and dining-room were artistically decorated with ferns and flowers. In the dining-room, where a two-course menu was served, the table was ornamented with a large fern in the center and narrow strips of pink ribbon extended from the gas lights to each corner of the table. The colors. Dink and white. wer fur- ther emphasized in the Ices. Dancing ana games were the features of the evening. The guests were Dr. C. L. Rhodes, of Texas; Dr. J. C. Mills, of Louisiana; James Kyle, Charlie and James Scrue-es. Howard Tenonn. Edward Dillahunty, Ira Weaver, Isam Carwell, William Connie Sallie Lil lie, Quintard Walker, Aaron Mc Gavock, Roy Allen, Frank McKeever, David Holdmand, David McLemore, Katie Bowens, Emma Dora Brooks, Julia Brown, Lena Brown, Bird Ella cary, Henrietta Floyd, Robie Whitney, Bettie Belcher. Hattie Pettis. Martha Pettis, Fannie Muse, Nora and Lucy muse, annte Mitchell, Louise Glover, Ruth Towles, Cassandra M. Bang. Mrs. Eugene Gibson. Mrs Arthur Hans Beulah Williams, Mattie R. Rhea. Luella Howse, Annie Lee Coprlze, Eessie Allen. Bessie Wilkerson. Maud Wilkerson, Marie Lawrence, Sadie Harris, Ernnle Williams, Robelia An drews. Hattie Corbitt Ida M Plav. brooks, Maud Crockett, Bessie Had docks, Miss Bryant. The Ladles' Missionary Society of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. The Ladles Missionary Soofptv of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church held its weekly meeting Monday evening, April 7, 1913 at the residence of Mrs. M. L. Maberry of 14th avenue. North. The opening Bong was led by Mrs. Bushnell: prayer was ocered bv Mlaa Mabery. The missionary lesson was iau?ni Dy Mrs. Holder. Striking re marks were made by Mrs. M. L. Ma berry and Mrs. A. C. Holder, after which a delicious ice course was served by the president. The closing prayer was offered by Mrs. A. C. Hold- er, the closing song, God be with you was led by Mrs. Bushnell. Those present were. Mrs. Nannie Battle, Emerline Bryant. A. C. Holder. M. L. Maberry and Katie A. Bradley. Misses Lillian Lightfoot, Isabella McGavock. Larrie M. Holder, Bessie M. Taylor and Bertha Ellis. At 5 o'clock the meeting adjourned to meet with the J v. I T IlOji) D id You Ever Stop to Think of the Great Danger in Holding a Boy Back? He hears of the other boys making money and comes to you and begs for a chance to try. But you say: "No, you are too small." You continue saying this until the boy believes that he is too small to do anything but pull his mother's apron strings a great life is blighted and you are to blame. Let Him Try and you help him to get a start. It will mean more to the boy than you can imagine. No better way to get your boy accustomed to making a few dimes for himself than selling Newspapers. No Newspaper Offers Better Inducements to Bops Than the 4 1 D. A. HART, Manager 2C The Perfect Klour For Biscuit," Cakes, Wafers, etc. The Lest on the market. All good cooks use it. LIKKTYMILL8 president, Mr. M. L. Maberry, Monday evening, April 14. 1913. The presi dent urges all members to be present. Visitors are welcome. DO YOU WANT THE RIGHT TO VOTE7 Do you believe that matters affect ing the general public should be sub mitted to and voted upon by the peo ple? If bo, ask your Councilman to vote to submit to the people the proposition as to whether or not a right Bhould be granted the Nashville Traction Co. to build and operate new and independent street railway lines, to carry passengers at reduced rates or fare, namely, school children a round trip for Five (5) cents, and all citizens six (6) fares for Twenty-five (25) Cents, and In addition to pay Into the City Treasury for the general use of the city, three per cent of the gross car, light and power receipts. And to give a bond satisfactory to the City guaranteeing to build and operate the lines and to carry out these pro visions. Under the charter of Nashville you have a right to know what the propo sition of this company is and to vote on questions of this kind, unless your Councilman votes In the City Coun cil votes to prevent you from exercis ing this right. Do you want to vote on questions of this kind? If so, see your Councilman.r-adv. CONGRESS DELEGATES FROM COSTA RICA. Among the announcement handed out from the Sunday-School Congress headquarters was one of a deal of in terest because of the Importance at tached to the individual. )It was stated this week by Rev. Henry A. Boyd, Secretary of the Sunday-School Congress, that he had received assur ances that Rev. Wm. Forde, pastor of the leading Baptist Church at Part Limon, Costa Rica, would be in at tendance at the Sunday-School Con gress. Rev. Boyd stated that the Rev. Mr. Forde would come direct to New Orleans from Costa Rica, from New Orleans he would come to Nash ville in time to Join the special train party that Is to leave for Muskogee. Much has been said of Rev. Forde be cause of his ability as a scholar and a minister. He is a product of Ox ford and Is regarded as the leading exponent of right and justice In Cen tral America. After the Congress ad journs (he plans to return to Nashville to be the guest of Dr. R. H. Boyd, who, it is said, hopes to give him an bp- and Editor 447 AoHVILLE portunlty to be heard and seen on several occasions! KAYNE AVENUE ENTERTAINED THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION SUNDAY AFTERNOON. The acting pastor, Rev. Tate, to gether with the superintendent of that Sunday-school, and the Metoka ana Gataia workers made every posslbler preparation for a large attendance, which really materialized. The theme under discussion was "The Duty of the Parent to the Sunday-School." In announcing the subject, Chairman T. J. Lewis stated that those assigned to lead were unavoidably detained and called on Rev. Henry A. Boyd to open the discussion. He was followed by Mr. J. P. Porter, of the Spruce Street Baptist Church, and Miss Grace Eaton, of the Fireside cShool. At this meeting the Union decided? that the forty odd churches In the city, with their pastors, superinten dents and Sunday-school forces would rally around the Sunday-School Jubi lee celebration to be held at the Ma jestic Theatre Sunday, May 11th. The committee, In making Its report to the Union, stated that the features of the day would be a mammoth street pa rade in which four thousand Sunday school children, with their superin tendents and teachers, led by two ot Nashville's leading brass bands, th.a I. O. I. and the National Baptist, would be foremost. The line of march: was not recommended by the com mittee, but the plcae of meeting, the Majestlc Theatre, with the announce ment of a chorus of two hundred: voices, were a part of their report. The report was enthusiastically rel celved and adopted. Chairman Lewis announced that the next meeting of the Sunday-School j v uwu m connection with, the Sunday-School Jubilee at the Majestic Theatre. SONG SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT. There will be a song service ren dered by Gay Street Christian Church choir, assisted by best local talent, Sunday evening at 7:30. Public In vited. Mr. S. H. Johnson, of Jeffer son street, is out of the city this, week doing some special brick work.. CARD OF THANKS. (We wish to thank the many friends.' for their kindness during the brief Ill ness and death of our husband and. father. MRS. N. BOSWORTH, MASTERS BOSWORTH. MISSES S. & M. BOSWORTH, H Fourth Avenue, North E GLOBE II !! h