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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1913.
Like to Own Own mm You Can Do It, The Way Is Easy We are offering you those beautiful lots in Would You Your Inl City Items. mmm Pace at a low price and on weekly terms. RIVER VIEW PLACE is destined to be the SELECT COLORED SECTION located on Centenial Boulevard just opposite the Colored Normal School, it adjoins Harding Park and is only a short distance from Fisk University. There will be a car line (the Jefferson St.) in front of this property before the summer is over city water is already there, side walks will soon be put down and the streets graded. You can buy for from. $200.00 :soo.oo to one of these lots and pay for it 1.00Down$1.00aWeek THINK IT OVER, then come to our office and let us show you. Mrs. W. L. Crawford, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. S. A. Gibbs at 1714 Patterson street returned to Chicago Sunday. See Hiawatha Indian Play, at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson of 87 1-2 Lewis street entertained Misses Jimmie McEwen of Franklin, Louise Vannoy, Messrs. Walter Owen of Clif ford Johnson at dinner Sunday. Dont fail to see Hiawatha at St. Paul Monday night, April 28th, by Minnehaha Club. Mrs. William B. Ward of 901 Jack son street made a trip to Columbia to see her mother, Mrs. Nelson of Whittaker. Before returning home she will visit Louisville and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vick Wil liams formerly of Nashville. Mrs. Williams will accompany Mrs. Ward back home. A large assortment of dress goods to select from the latest designs, fresh from the mills. These patterns are simply grand, call and see them. J. H. FOREMAN, 11th and Jefferson. Rev. and Mrs. P. W. Keeble of 10O5 Hamilton street are all smiles. It Is a fine 8 pound boy. She was at tended by Mrs. Marr. Both baby and mother are doing nicely. Hiawatha at St. Paul Monday night, April 28th. Mr. Byrd Cannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cannon who was Injured at the New Shops Is much Improved. See Hiawatha Indian Play, at St. Paul. Miss Mary B. England was called from the city for a few days on ac count of the Illness of her grand father. Hiawatha at St. Paul Monday night, April 28th. Dr. Z. G. Pusey Is spending a few days In Huntsville, Ala. He will re turn to the city In a few days. Dresses for Misses and children. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1. These goods are well made and of good ma terial. J. H. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson. Consolation Banquet in honorln ol B. H. January, one of the swellest affairs in recent years. The out-of-town guests were met by committees wearing badges, bearing the word "Welcome." They were escorted to the hotel, and a design bearing "Ne Plus Ultra" which was selected for this occasion, was placed on each guest by Joseph Williams and a complimentary flower was pre sented to all and handed out by little Miss Virginia Brown. As the silent and refrtshing atmo-phere was being impregnated with the sweet and har mo'nical selection entitled "The Me lody of Love," each couple, bedecked in their evening attire, was ushered down the beautifully decorated stairs I. H LJi MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND TAILORING 121 O.lnr SI., XiinIi ville, TtMin. r . , .- y . ;i V-.--,1 Vj i j Pare Milk and Cream are Essential to Good Health Eckhardt Bros. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE CREAM. No chemicals or foreign substances used. Give us your order next time. Just call Main 1194 and we will promptly serve you. Come to see us if you desire at EIGHTH A VE, N., and JEFFERSON na McGregory fo 905 Cedar afreet. He was 77 years of age his last birth day. He was a native of Cherokee, Alabama, but came to Nashville sev eral years ago from Memphis. Rev. Perkins leave five children, one in Mississippi, one in Alabama and three Alfred G. Merritt Co. C. A. FERREL, Chairman of Committee on Arrangements. 230-3rd ave., N. Phone M. 84 Patronize Home Industry U Made To Order SI That Wear Well 11 Repaired by the Old Hand System O Beat of Material and Workmanship E Geo- MT. Frazier S Phone M. 4691 417 1-2 Cedar Jesse .1. McGavock FllESII M EATS, IIACON, LAUD MHKJ Jetfri4oii Street Nashville, Tenn. II A VIS" Coogh Syrup, Cold Tablets, Liver Cap anles Blast do the work ar money re funded NiinIiviMo Drug Co. Free Delivery Mai. 1200 12fli and J fit tmiiii VETERAN GEORGIA EDITOR YIELDS UP THE GHOST. Augusta, Ga., April 17. As the hands of the clock pointed to nine minutes past seven to-night. Rev. Wm. J. White, D. D., the veteran Baptist preacher and newspaper editor, passed into the great beyond. The state of Georgia Is bowed In grief over the sudden death. Telegrams were sent to the leading men throughout the United States, and especially among the Baptists and among the news paper fraternity, notifying them of the sudden death. The deceased was regarded here as one of the land marks, having lived in the state for more than a half century. He was one of the few surviving members who was present at the organization of the National Baptist Convention thirty-four years. At the time of his death, he was approaching his eigthy second birthday, which he had ! planned to celebrate, notice of which j had been given to many newspapers throughout the country. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. J. M. Winrow, of Muvfreesboro, was in the city Monday. While here Mr. Winrow was the guest Of Mr. J. West Bostick. Hiawatha at St. Paul Monday night, April 28th. Miss Ethel Boyd, of Birmingham, Ala., is in the city visiting Mrs. M. E. Dry nt. While here she received many pleasant courtesies. See our big assortment ready-mades for Misses, children and grown-ups. It gives us pleasure to show you. J. II. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson. Mi3S Louis K Tyler, of Hopkinsville, Kv.. was in the city this week the guest cf Miss Carrie S. Bailey, of 120;) Fourteenth avenue, North. Mr. Trousdale Malone, of Gallatin, was here Monday. Mr. J. II. Slaten, Grand Master of I. O. I., was here this week. Dont fail to se Hiawatha at St. Paul Monday night, April 28th, by Minnehaha Club. Dr. B. F. Davis, of Columbia, Tenn., was in the city Tuesday attending to business relative to the meeting of the State Medical Association, which meets in Columbia June 17, 18, 1913. Hiawatha at St. P?ul Monday night, April 28th. Mr. R. W. Abernathy, Jr., is in the city for a few days visiting his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Abernathy, of 1321 Twelfth avenue, South. He has been in Chicago for a number of years running on the road between Chicago and El Paso, Tex. Mi-ses and children s dresses in great variety, away below the cost of manufacturing at J. II. Foreman's, 11th and Jefferson. to a special rendezvous, where a flash light was made by Photographer Wm. Hargrave. Then they were fur ther accompanied to their respective places into the elaborate and artisti cally decorated room to dine, where the tables wree embellished with Marecha! Niel roses ana carnations. A dinntr of 3ix courses was served and between each cours;' various speeches were made by special select ed committee composed of T. Clay Moore, one of Nashville's business and real estate dealers, who was the toastmastcr on this grand occasion; R. T. Bragg, Dr. G. A. Drysdale, Dr. A. B. Brooks and G. A. Pegue. After wards a selection from the orchestra rather be the humble citizen that I am and' possess the friendship and confidence of all of you, than to be rolling in wealth and mistrusted A man may lie down and die and leave a vast estate worth millions and millions ,of dollars, but unless he has the satisfaction of knowing that I residing in the city. ne pussesBfa mtr guuu-wm ui ma ici- low-men, his heritage will not stand the test of time, and he is soon for gotten. "Verily, what does ot profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul in the end " I have lived amoang you here in Nashville for a great many years and I have lways tried to walk the straight and moral path; temptations have been placed in my path, but a faithful hand nas guided me until now in my ma ture manhood, I am more able to resist temptations. I was one of the twenty-nine applicants, who ap plied for the position as head usher of the White House, under the Presi dent of the United States. Not be cause I am dissatisfied with Nash ville and its environments, but be cause I am ambitious and am striv ing to better my condition and do good for my people in the state and the country in which I live. And if I had been appointed to the White House position, I would have had the power under my jurisdiction to ap- REV. LIVINGSTONE VISITS NASH VILLE. After having spent a week in this city, during which time he was the guest of friends and former school mates. Rev. T. B. Livingston, B. D., left the city Friday evening for Wash ington, D. C. Rev. Livingston hails from San Andres, Republic of Colom bia, where he is pastoring the San Andres Baptist Church. BISHOP TYREE IN PENNSYLVANIA Banqueted in Reading. Reading, Pa., April 15, 1913.. Sunday, April 13th was a Red let ter day in Bethel A. M. E. Church, Reading. Pa. The occasion being the Episcopal visit of Rt. Rev. Evans Tyree. D. D., to this historic charge in the West Philadelphia District of the Philadelphia Annual Conference. The church was crowded to the doors. i Over 200 members nnri fripnria at. point twenty-three young men of the , tended the reception to the Bishop state of Tennessee to view the j and p E w n DavlS( D D Tne marble floors of the White House; j fniinu.n,p- na!tnpa thoir get tne position, ai- tinns wnrshnnp(1 u-ith iia- nets R Glasco. Presbyterian; N. J. West, oricfliirt with mv on rrniinn 1 ii p'c atnnnp' : 1 but I failed to get the position, al- 11 V. T 1 Al - li.l 1.... UIUUPU 1 IlilVt lilt? CUIlbUlilUUll UL 1W1UW- ; p ii i t i i i t. . i ill i " mg nii i can stay nere in iNasnvine i , Ladies! Ladies! Ladies Are you having trouble with your hair not growing? Dandruff Chaser and Hair Grower is the remedy. MANUFACTURED BY MRS. N. B.WILSON Phone M. 4381 Trimble Street, Nashville, Tenn. TAR Sc Theatre New Management Now Showing the Best Moving Pictures Comedy, Drama, Western Shows Good Order. DEjil to Vi.it the STAR THEATRE Star Theatre 412 Cedar Street 5c CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Mr. Tom Pankey, a must respected i citizen of Providence, was run down : by a train in crossing the railroad I tracks in this city last Friday, and instantly killed, together with the team of mules which he was driving. His funeral was largely attended Sun day morning. The funeral of Mlsr. Mary L. Russell, who died on the 18th inst, was largely attended at St. Paul A. M. E. Zion Churcn last Sun day afternoon. Rev. R. J. Buckner eloquently portrayed the virtues of the deceased. Quite a successful re vival was held last week at Ebenezer A. M. E. Church. Rev. R. 3. Buckner, or nastornl evangelist, conaucted it. More than a dozen souls professed hope In Christ. The pastor, Rev. T. G. Wilson, reports the church greatly re freshed by the meeting. The grand rally at St. Paul A. M. E. Zion Church last Sunday was a success. Look out for a full report next week. The next rally will be at St. Peter the third Sunday in May, when the "Battle of the Flowers" takes place. The White Roses, American Beauties, Carnations, Tube Roses, Golden Ro-i, Violets and Daisies are whetting their swords for the contest. Next Sunday morning at St. Peter A. M. E. Church, Rev. D. A. Graham, pastor, there will bo baptism by sprinkling of many of the converts of the recent revival. On the first Sunday in May St. Peter, ey Chapel and St. Paul will unite great baptismal service at th river at (! o'clock a. m. On the samo night a large class of probationers will he read into full membership at St. Peters. DR. C V. UOMAN, sraoAUST in Bt.. Ear. N.m ud Threif W- ,erioitly looked u ! ",MS"' FRANKLIN NOTES. The Canarian Club and the Ken sington Art Club met April 16th. The Canarian Club met at the home of Mrs. Rankins and the Kensington Art Club met at the home of Mrs. Annie Shelborne. After the business tran sactions the clubs turned to the social side. DICKSON NOTES. Mrs. W. M. White was hostess Thursday afternoon of the East End Art Club. After an interesting busi-1 ness session, one hour was spent In j embroidery work. The hostess served j a delicious supper. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Rachel Tidwell. Mr. Jim Halbert is indisposed. Mr. Jesse Woods and Mrs. Mary Gordon were visitors in Nashville last week. Mrs. Hattie Lott left last Saturday for Pueblo, Col., where she will join her husband. Mrs. Delia Dickerson is in disposed. Mrs. Irene Llsk made n fly Ing trip to Cumberland Furnace last week. Mr. W. A. White is indisposed. The Chancery Court which has Just closed here last week had on docket some very important ca-ses. Some of the cases being tried were won. Ne gro boys, be careful. Negroes are be ing sent to the penitentiary as long for Btealing a chicken as a wnite man for robbing a bank. Mr. Bell, of Charlotte, was a pleasant visitor th's week. Rev. W. II. Shelby passed through here this week. Rev. W. L. Ledford, pastor of St. James A. M. E. Church, has been appointed to look after the A. M. E. church at Center: ville until a pastor can be supplied. Rev. Scott Holmes, pastor of the Sec ond Baptist Church, is conducting a revival. Rev. W. L. Ledford has re- i turned from Centersville, where he i nrenched the K. of P. and Court of ! Calanthe sermon. I.. DRY CREEK NOTES. I served. The club adjourned to meet jthnt of Miss Olivia Jones and Mr. 'Johnson Hnmmack. on April 20th at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jones. The impressive ceremony was. performed by Rev. Gil more, pastor of the A. M E. church. The only attendants were Mr. Paul Dartan, Miss Minnie Lee Pawrer. The bride i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, who is well-known here. She wore a white lace dress with hat to harmonize and her bou niet was of bride's roses. After the ceremony the bridal party left for the home of the groom, where a wed ding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Hammack will make their home with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennine1!, of Fdenwold Mrs. Malin da Works, of Nashville, spent Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. Jones. .- v friends of both races who trust me, who are willing to share my sorrows "nd whom I know would extent a willing hand in adversity. I thank you over and over again for this mani festation of your good will, and I as sure you that the memory of this night will live with me forever as the most pleasant' occasion of my .ca reer. After the address the old familiar ongs, "Ole Black Joe," and "Auld Lang Syne" were sung. Then the large room was opened and filled. Among those who participated were some of Tennessee's most graceful dancers. Tbe hour hand of father time had painted to the "wee" number """ before the strains of "Home Sweet Home" were heard, after which the iar nnd w-ll enioved crowd indl viHimiiv prv'STtnlated the honored "nest and rtired to their various homes. Adv. Moyer of the Re formed Church (white). It was in deed a noble gathering as to the ser mon, it was a gem. The good Bishop was at his best. Text. John 14th chapter. 21st verse: "He that loveth me. shall be loved of my Father." Any attempt on the writer's part to commend on this discourse would be futile. Oh it was wonderful how could it be. that finite man could speak like He. God was in the man We were simply carried to heaven; Praise the Lord! God bless Elshop Tyree and Dr. Davis. Presiding Elder. Trethren come again. DR. A. B. BROOKS, Guieral Chairman of the Banquet. was rendered. Then the honored gutst, Mr. B. 11. January, who dined with his parents and wife at a special table ananged in the center of the room, was introduced and eulogized by the tojstmaster, after which he arose and gave the large number of guests the exquisite pleasure of hear ing his most pleasing address, which read as follows: Mr. Toastmaster, Ladies and Gentle men: I cannot find words to express my gratitude for the honor which you are bestowing upon me tonight, and at the outset, I want to assure you that I annreciate to the fullest extent the compliment. It is a grand thing to know that you have the confidence of your pronle, and when they mani- 1 ( . "4 1: 11. H. JANUARY, The Honored Guest. FINANCIAL BOAPD OF A. M. E. CHURCH. Washington. D. C April 17. With Bishop II. Blanton Parks. D. D., of Chicago, chairman, and Prof. John R. Hawkins, A. M.. of Washington, finan cial secretary, and a representative from every district present the Fi l "ncial Board of the African Metho dist Episcopal Church has just closed its fiscal year under the new secre tary. The Board met yesterday morning at the headquarters, 1541 14th street. N. W. with the following members present: Bishop II. B. Parks. Chi cago; Prof. John R. Hawkins. Wash inelon. D. C; Revs. M. W. Thornton. Philadelphia: ( H. Murray. Balti more. MQ.; J. .M . unmore, uieveiana, Ohio; J. C. Anderson. Lexington, Ky.; J. R. Ransom. Kansas City, Kans.; R. II. Singleton. Savannah. Ga.; R. W. Mance. Beaufort, S. C: W. T. Strone;. Jackson. Miss.; G. B. West, Monteomery, Ala.; E. J. How ard. Waco. Texas; J. E. Starks, Tal lahasse. Fla.; V. M. Townsend, Ark adelphia. Ark.; G. E. Allen. Detroit, Mich. Prof. Ilawkin's report shows re ceipts of $20(1,910.17 which had been distributed as follows: $82,7fi4.0S, to the general financial department, for the payment of salaries and expenses of Bishops, general officer, widows and orphans of bishops and general officers; $74,487.06. to annual confer ences for superanuated ministers, wid ows and officers of ministers, and help missionary preac;rs; $16.Fi.r2.M,'for church extension; $1fi.r,r2.S1 for edu cation: $10,rr.2.S1 for home and foreign missions. With this amount all the payments had been met. over $."..000 paid to the flood sufferers, and there was still a balance on hand. The Board was addressed by lion. J. C. Napier. Register of the Trens urv; Lawyer W. II. TT. Hart, of Wash ington. D. C L. E. Bell. Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.; Ira T. Brva"t. of Nashville. Tenn.. Secretary of the A. M. E. Sunday School Union : Prof. W. T. Vernon, president of Campbell Col lege, Jackson, Miss.; Dr. I. N. Ross. Wall Paper Enough for one room, side walls, border and ceiling for 75 cts And Up While Front 122 Deaderick St. Look for the -Front Painted White Sand & Sumpter Drug Co. Corner Union and Fifth Avenue The Home of White's Specific White's Specific Cream, 25c and 50c White's Specific Cold Cream... 25c White's Specific Face Powder... 25c White's Specific Rone 25c fest the snme by a public banquet of this kind, it stirs up one's pride with in him, and makes him resolves to always tried to walk the straight, and in th future. A man's friends are his greatest assets Truly friendship is more precious than gold. I had DEATH OF REV. ISAAC PERKINS Rev. Isaac Perkins who was found dead Tuesday morning. April 1."th in his room between four and five o'clock was one of the oldest Baptist minis ters In this city. Rev. Perkins was residing at the residence of Mrs. An- FO.lt SALE North Nashville One block car line; nice 4 room brick house, stone foundation, tin roof, gs, city water, on Complete street. House jn splendid condition will be sold at once for f 1,475.00, easy tetms, MAX llHXX. .Tr. Maia 3250 FIRST NATIONAL HANK BUILDING 1303 CboMk t.