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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913.
6 ( - s Serves Hie Best of Everything BUD GENIE SOLE OWNER 4 15 Fourth Avenue, Nortli CX)OOOCK3OCXOOCXO0CC3C THOMAS M. BROWN Selling CQAL For OVERTON &BUSII C. C. KEADOR, Manager I respectfully ask you to give me your Coal orders. Your business will be highly appreciated. I will see that you get good Coal. Please call me at Main 1003 THOMAS M. 1021 Cedar Street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. f immimmmmm 'ma amaaa am ana w MiladVs Note Book. 8 s iOOOOCCXXCvXXXXC Bakf r-Davls. Mis3 KIttie Beh Baker and Dr. A. P. Davis were quietly married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Cheat- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bidders on plans for building office, gates, grading, etc., for Mt. Ararat Cemetery will please submit their bids by Saturday, May 10th, 1913. Send to J. P. CRAWFORD, Secy,' 1501 14th Ave., H. Or W. H. McGAYOCK, Treas., 413 4tn Ave., N.. ham, 80 University street, Wednes day night, April 23, Rev. Preston Taylor officiating Dr. Thomas E. Taylor Entertained. Miss Carrie E. Ewing entertained Dr. T. E. Taylor with a delightful din ner, Sunday, April 20th, at her home on Thirteenth avenue, South. The house was beautifully decorated with carnations, geraniums and ferns. An elaborate five-course meu was served. Those seated at the table with Dr. Taylor were Miss Annie Price, Miss Izora Fleming. Dr. Johnson, MIbs Dickerson, Miss Dillahunty, Mr. T. A. Ewing and Miss Carrie Ewlng. Dr. H. H. Walker Entertained. Mrs. Anna Walker and daughter. Nettie D., entertained at dinner at her home on. Elm Hill avenue, in hon or of her son, Dr. H. H. Walker, April 18. Those present: Dr. U I. Ryans Burrell, Chapman and Bass. After a few hours spent In pleasure they were invited Into the dining-room and served an elaborate dinner. Miss Mildred Sykea Entertains. Jesse J. McGavock FRESH MEATS, BACON, LAUD 1003 Jelferwon Street Naahville. Tenn. 1AVIS" Cough Syrup, Cold Tablets, Lirer Cap ales Must do the work or money re funded Nawliville Drug Co. Free Delivery Main 1200 12th and JoIIerwoit 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. SMYRNA NOTES. Mr. Sloan of Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Nashville addressed the Sunday-school here Sunday. Mrs. Isa bella Powell returned to Nashville Monday. Mesdames Lily B. Cart wright and Sallle Gqoch spent the week-end in Nashville.' The Woman's Auxiliary to the Baptist Church gave an entertainment Saturday night which was a success. Misses Mag gie B. Blackman and Hattie Gregory have fallen in love with the Globe. Mrs. E. M. Hill and little neice, Cora Buchanan were the guests of her sis ter, Mrs. N. B. Wilson, 13 Trimble St., of Nashville. The following are some of the officers elected to serve the United Sons of Relief, No. 23 at Sand Hill: R. L. Perry. Phillip and Stephen Buchanan, W. A. Batey, Albert Sharfner, R. L. Batey, Millie and Sal lie Sharfner; .Charity Buchanan. Mrs. Eva Perry is on the sick list but is better. Mr. Ed. Kirkpatrick of Nashville was the guest of Mr. Mitch ell Thompson. Mr. J. D. Sharfner, the retiring president of the U. Sons of R. has rendered excellent service to the society and he is given up with much reluctance. lie - served the constitutional limit and could not be I re-elected. lie has the good wishes I of all the members of the. Lodge. Miss Mildred Sykes, of South Nash-! viile, entertained a large number of friends on last Wednesday evening. Music and games were the features of the evening. A three-course menu wasi served. There were twenty-five guests present In Honor of Mrs. Robt. Thomas, of Indiana. On last Friday evening Mrs. R. L. Putnam, of 1726 Thompscn street, en tertained in honor of Mrs. Robt. Thomas, of Ciawfordsvillc, Ind. The house was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns. Mrs. F. B. Washington assisted in receiving the guests. Mrs. Thomas was beautifully gowned in black silk and carried a bouquet of violets and ferns. Games and music were the features of the evening. At a late hour the guests were invited into the "dining-room, which was beautiful with its decora tions of sweet peas and ferns. In the c Miter of the table was a cut glass vase filled with sweet peas and white carnations. The L. T. C. Club. The L. T. C. Club met April 18 at the home of Miss Willie Carney. The meeting was called to order by the President, Mrs. Wm. Franklin. Mrs. JoLn Porter, Mrs. Seymour Hall, Miss Lettio Watson were added to the club as members. The hostess served a delic'cus ice-course. The club re journed to meet with Mrs. Wm. Franklin, May 2nd. since childhood. Both she and Mr. Phillips have many friends here and their popularity was shown by the large collection of beautiful wedding presents received. Immediately following the marriage delicious re freshments were served and the young couple received the congratu lations of friends. They will make their home with Mrs. Cromer. T. S. C. CLUB. The Tailors' Social Club met and held their weekly meeting at the home of Miss SIreatha Johns, 1030 Hawkins street Business was trans acted as usual. Two applications were received: those of Mr. Sam Col tier and Miss Easter Cattrol, who were voted full members. After a social hour was spent they adjourned to meet with Miss Johns again. BowervSilvera. As a culmination of a beautiful ro mance of several years' standing, Miss Maggie E. Slivers and Mr. James Bowen were united in marriage Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Father Plunkett at his home oni Stevenson avenue. A number of friends and relatives were assembled and in the A large aseortment 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 Jeffercon. Mrs. Ellen D. Franklin, of 924 Main street, East Nashville, who Is at George W. Hubbard Hospital, Is reported resting easy. See our big assortment ready-mades for misses, children and grown-ups. It gives us pleasure to show you. J. H. FOREMAN, 11th and Jefferson. Miss Georgia L. Douglass, of 915 Vernon avenue, left for Cincinnati, O., last Sunday morning. She will spend six weeks there. Misses and Children's dresses in great variety, away below the cost of manufacturing, at J. H. Foreman's, 11th and Jefferson. Mr. Addison W. Scurlock, the cele brated photographer of Washington, D. C, will arive here soon to spend a few days. The millinery handled by J. H. Foref man, 11th and Jefferson, la the latest designs of the most eminent trimmers. It has the style, the dash most desir able by all ladies. A new lot Just in. Call at once and get your choice. The H. P. S. C. met on Monday 1 April 14th with Misses Mattie and Selina Baker of 202 Jefferson street The hours were pleantatly spent. Wall Paper Enough for one room, side walls, border and ceiling for 75 cts And Up White Front 422 Deaderick St. Look for the Front Painted White TAR Theatre New Management Now Showing the Best Moving Pictures Comedy, Drama, Western Shows Good Order. Don't Fail to Visit the STAR THEATRE ADMISSION Star Theatre 412 Cedar Street 5c on. c. v. homabj. mOALUT IK Er, ft. Nm mU Thet ttaiaaaiUn, 1SOS i in Order $15 and Ud U V4H- We give the most satisfaction for the loast money .... Standard Tailoring Co. Clraaini, Pretrial and Repairint at Reasonable Prioee It. 0. MARTIN, Mgr. 427 Peaderick St. Nashville. Tenn Phone 1841 801 Jefferson St G. E. TIUEBER Staple and Fancy Groceries Remember Tricber's Fresh Meat counter filled with Pork Chops RriaWf Reef. Round Steaks loin and Teabone Steaks. Mrerythini tfood to cat WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. The joy bells have been ringing, Mr. William Johnson of this place and Miss L. S. Collins of Columbia were joined in holy wedlock Wed nesday, April 23, 1913 at the home of the bride. A beautiful supper was served at the home of the gooom. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are housekeep ing. We hope for them a long and successful life. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Steward also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Charter of Shady Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Warner, and Miss Lizzie Rus sell were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Russell Sunday for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowell spent Thurs day In Columbia shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frierson and little daugh ter of Crossbrldges were the pleasant visitors ct Mr. and Mrs. Ja.mes Shipp. Miss Pokie Watklns spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Ross Hall of Sawdust Valley. Miss Austine Shipp was entertained Sunday by Mr. Neal Bryant of Mt. Pleasant also Mr. John Martin. Mrs. Alex Gantt and Mts. Nelson Booker were the guests of Mrs. James Shipp of SawduBt Val ley Thursday. Mr. W. C. Thompson says the Globe Is one of the best papers of the age. Mrs. Geo. Martin, the death of Mrs. George Martin. The the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Woods, was called from labor to reward, April 25, 1913. She answered the call; I am ready and willing to go. She died in full triumph of the faith. The church no doubt has lost a star but heaven, we trust has gained a jewel. Mrs. James Law rence her auntie also Mrs. Nellie Johnson, her uncle of Nashville ac companied by Mrs. W. M. Johnson were the last to arrive to attend the funeral. The funeral services were attended by Rev. N. Smith, Rev. R. B. Flowers and Rev. G. W. Gommer. She was a member of the A. M. If. Church. Thu funeral was largely attended. The pallbearers were Messrs. Garlln, Frank WToods, George and John Martin. The Original Greenwood Sociali Club. The Original Greenwood Social Club was entertained April 24th by Miss Mabel Smith, 1115 Cedar street. The club was called to order by the President, Mr. J. A. Turner, at 9:30 o'clock. The meeting was carried out as usual, and business was transacted. The club is having much success In its, growth. The following names wore added: Misses Ethel and Blanche Ross, of Eleventh North. The FleurdeLis Art Club. The Feur-de-Lis Art and Study Club held" their regular meeting with Mrs. C. O. Iladley at her cozy home, 1506 Phillips street. The regular routine business was transacted. The Quo tations were from Douglass. A dis cussion, "Should Women Propose," was enjoyably 'discussed. A reading, "Opportunity," from Dunbar, was pleasingly rendered by Mrs. W. H. McGavock. Mrs. E. L. Faulkner ren dered an instrumental selection upon the piano, which showed great Bklll and artistic ability. A trio by Mes dames Cameron, Hadley and Price was indeed Deaucuui ana was en joyed by all. After the social hour the hostess served a most appetizing two-course menu." The guests for the afternoon were Mesdames W. H. Mc Gavock and E. L. Faulkner. The club met Thursday, May 1, with Mrs. J. B. Singleton, 1116 JefTerson street . The Ladle' Domestic Club of North Nashville. The Ladies' Domestic Club of North NashvUle met at the home of Mrs Robert McKnlght, 1804 Fourth ave nue, North, last Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. The house was called to order by Mra. William Ferrell, the president Prayer was offered by Mrs. R. Stratton, after which the la dies began with their usual work. Two hours were spent in sewing. M1ss Fannie B. McKnlght presided at the piano. At 4:30 a delightful menu was served, including salmon cro quettes, salad crackers, mashed pota toes, ice cream, sherbet and marble cake. Those present were Mrs. Robt. McKnlght, Mrs. W. H. Ferrell. Mrs. A. J. McGavock, Mrs. I. J. Edwards, Mrs. A. P. Gray, Mrs. Frank Bailey, Mrs. Robt. Putnam and Mrs. Stratton; two visitors, Mrs. Washington and Miss Bessie M. Williams. The nexi meeting will be with Mrs. A. J. Mc G.nock, Third avenue, Nor.'h. midst of these the bridal party en tered and the words making them one were solemnly and impressively said. Miss Silvers is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Silvers, and was beautifully attired ln a handsome em broidered dress of white voile made entrain. Her veil was caught up with a rosette of pearls, while across the veil in front was a bandeau of pearls, She carried a huge bouquet of bride's roses. The Dnaesmaids, Miss juiia Mai Bowen, sister of the groom, and Miss Ella M. Wilson, were beautifully' dressed in white, Miss Bowen's dress being white silk. She also carried a bouquet of white rosea Miss Wil son's dress was embroidered voile. The groomsmen of the party were Mr. Dam Alexander and Mr. Oliver Hambrick. Mr. Bowen i3 one of the most en ergetic and valued employees of the Life and Casualty Insurance Company, being a young man of steady habits and high aspirations. Immediately after the benediction pronounced by Father Plunkett and congratulations, the party and friends left for the home of the bride' par ents, which was profusely decorated with palms. Here an elaborate re ception was given. During the even-, ing Miss Geneva Bender rendered in rich tones "The Rosary," and "To the' End of the World With You." The North Nashville Band, of which Mr. Bowen is a member, also rendered very effectively several selections. Many handsome and useful presents, among which was a handsome collec tion of silver and cut glass, were re ceived. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen will re side on Heiman street. RALLY ALL DAY. May 18, 1913. Sylvan Street Baptist Churoh. Rev. Wm. Haynes, Pastor. dency. HOLY TRINITY. Ascension Day and that of Saints James and Jude was Thursday of his week. Both these feasts 'Will be observed next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at a celebration of the Holy Eucharls. For the last two Sundays the Episcopal churches throughout the country have been praying for China at the request of the Proi sional President, for the comln? presidential election. Next weeK the Dioceslan Convention meets at Se- wanee, and he prayers of the church of the Diocese are asked for he guid ance to the election of an assistant to Bishop Gallor. At a recent con vocation at Mason the Rev. A. G. Coombs was re-elected Secretary. Rev, Coombs is an alumnus of that college which recently called Dr. Tolman, of Vanderbilt University, to its prest 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 Rouge 25c Rogan-Crutcher. Mr. Isaac J. Rogan and Miss M. L. Crutclier were quietly united in mar riage Thursday nisht, April 24th, at the residence of Rev. G. W. Hemp hill, on .Batavia street, who performed avenue, i the ceremony. From thence they re paired to their beautiful home on Jefferson street, where they received the congratulations of numbers of friends who had assembled there to Y. M. C. A. NOTES At The Maji-stic under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A., Wednesday eve ning, May 7th, at 8 o'clock, the fol lowing program will be rendered "Rise, Shine" ....(Jubilee) Mrs. C. O. Hadley and chorus. Selection N. B. P. Band "Inching Along" (Jubilee) Mrs. C. O. Hadley and chorus Solo lMy Cavalier" (Fiest) Miss Geneva Bender Violin Solo Mr. Ira B. Scott Baritone Solo "A Dream" (Bartlett) Mr. I. L. Moore Reading Miss Alberta Tyree Bridal Chorus . . (From Rose- Maiden) Solo "In May Time" (Buck) Mrs. Miranda Winter McKissack Reading (Orifilnal Poem) Dan Hackley Winston "The Armorer Song".. (Robin Hood) A. G. Price. "Swanee River" (Jubilee) Mrs. H. A. Cameron and chorus. Selection N. B. P. Band "Swing Low" (Jubilee) Moving picture scene of the Inaugu ration of President Woodrow Wilson just before the program begins. The above program will be rendered at the Majestic Theatre Wednesday night, May 7. under the auspices of the Colored Young Men's Christian Association. This entertainment has a two-fold mission: First, to give to the public an evening of real enoy FOR SALE North Nashyille One block car line; nice 4 room brick house, stone foundation, tin roof, gn, city water, on Complete street. House n splendid condition will be sold at once for $1,475.00, easy terms. MAX ItKNZ, ,Tr. Main 3250 FIRST NATIONAL RANK BUILDING C. L. HARDING Two Stores: JiSifigs: Fresh 3Icats and Groceries ol nil kinds Everybody Welcome ('onie and See bid them Godspeed in their new mat rimonial venture. Both parties aro ment for an amount that Is in easy; well and favorably known In Nash- reach of all; second, that the occasion ville and hail from the best lamilies. Miss Crutcher is the 6ister of D. Wes ley Crutcher, our local haberdasher. Mr. Rogan Is more generally known as the "Banner" man, having been connected wKq that paper for many years, being In charge of one of its principal departments. Many valuable presents! were re ceived, among them being a hand some table gas lamp, the gift of the editorial staff of "The Banner." IN HONOR OF HER SISTERS. Miss Emma Bonner entertained Thursday evening April 10th in honor of her sisters, Miss Mary Bon-'i ner, of New York, and Miss Sarah, may realize a profit of about twenty 1 dollars to defray the expense of at j least one representative to the Inter-1 national Y. M. C. A. Convention j which meets in Cincinnati May 15-18. In view of the small amount charged for such a unique musical and lit erary treat as well as the purpose for which the affair is given, there can surely be no doubt as to the public giving Its hearty support to this ef fort on the part of the Y. M. C. A. The Committee of Management highly appreciates the splendid man ner in which the various participants have given free their services on tht program. Special mention is due Mr. A. G. Price for taking the inula Bonner, of Birmingham. Those pres-juive In working up the entire pro- ELBA NOTES. Mts. Mattie McNese is spending a few days with Mrs. Chas. C. Hodges, who Is ill. Grand Lecturer N. N. Reynolds will visit Horton Court Saturday. They expect to give him a pleasant time. The weather is fine and farmers are busy. Mrs. Parale Belle, who has been ill Is much better. OFFICE HOURS TO IS, 2 TO e 7 TO 8 P. M. TELEPHONE M 1477 Dr. Fred R. Bradford, Roam 5 Napier Conrt 411 Fearth Avenne. North SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT Nashville, Tenn. ent were as follows: Mr. and Mrs.H Thos. Haywood, Miss Maggie BrightJ of Detroit; Miss Alice Booker, 01 Columbus, Ohio; Miss Lizzie Hill, of Chicago; Miss Ophelia Porter, of Louisville. Ky.; Miss Mary Evans, of Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. Chinn, of St. Louis. Refreshments were serv ed at a late hour. NATIONAL CLUB. National Club No. 10 held Its exec utive meeting Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs. C. J. Fogleman, of 414 Sixth avenue, South. The fol lowing officers were elected: Mrs. C. J. Fogleman, president; Miss. J. C. Mason, secretary; Miss M. Thomas, treasurer. The next meeting will be at the residence of Miss Edward Smith, 705 Sixteenth avenue, South. A most excellent literary and must cal program will be rendered. AH members are cordially Invited to be present. gram. The N. B. B. Band nas con sented to a man to give several se lections free of charge. Get your tick et now. Call at "The Palms." Last Sunday at 4 p. m. Prof. W. H. Singleton, business secretary of the Tennessee State Normal, spoke at the men's meeting. His message was an inspiring one. Wednesday night in the Y. M. C. A. room the members of the Association met and some Important business was trans acted. Sunday at 4 p. m., Dr. G. W. Por ter, pastor of St. John A. M. E. Church, will speak to the young men at The Majestic. A. G. JAKRETT POOL UOOM ami CAFK BRKKDER OF Thoroughbred Dorm Correspondence Solicited, Address A. G- .TARKETT Nlielhyvillo, Tenn. Perry & Lester Coal Co. Wk.Iea.Ie aid Retail Dealer ia COAL TANNER IIENDRICK. Mana Yards: GOG Second Ave. N PIIOMJ MAIN 21 Cromer-Phillips. Thursday evening, the twenty fourth of April at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Melissa Cromer, 128 12th avenue, North, Miss Willie Anna Nate Cromer was mar ried to Mr. Louis Phillips. Rev. G. V. Porter, pastor of St. Johns Methodist Church performed the ceremony in an impressive manner. The attendants were Miss Georgia Laws, maid of honor and Mr. William Laws best man to the groom. The bridal party entered the parlor through an aisle of beautiful potted plants and the ceremony was said under a wedding archway and bell of white rose leaves. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Cromer and has made thl3 city her home SOQOQOOOOOOO00QC3 City Items. Mrs. Kathrlne fihelby Martin, of Chicago, 111., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Hart, of 88 Wichita ave nue, and her auntie, Mrs. Ella Carter, 0 310 Market street. Miss Laura Carter, or 310 Market street, is still On the sick list. Dresses tot Misses and Children. Trices 25c, 50c, 75q and $1. These goods are well made and of good ma terial. J. II. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes, of 1303 Fifteenth avenue, South, spent last week In Lebanon, Tenn., visiting his mother anC other relatives. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL COMMENCE MENT OF UNIVERSITY OF WEST TENNESSEE. (Continued from page 1.) J. C. Hairston, M. D., Gynaecology and Pediatrics. Mrs. B. S. Lynk, Ph. C, Chemistry, rharmacy and Latin. J. L. Delony, M. D., Practice of Med icine. R. L. Flagg, A. B., M. D., Physical Diagnosis. C. M. Rouhlac, M. D. Anatomy. H. S. Berry, M. D., Obstetrics. W. E. Prater, M. D., Practice of Medicine. J. W. Winchester, M. D., Practical Anatomy. N. H. C. Henderson, M. D., Prac tice of Medicine. G. B. Williams, M. D., Pathology. W. B. Wood, M. D Hygiene. W. G. Walker, D. D. S., Theory and Practice of Dentistry. J. H. Seward, D. D. S., Theory and Practice of Dentistry. Miss Bessie V. Patton, Nurse-Training. James Gassetty Dfialer ia JELLICO, EMPIRE AND MAR'S HILL COAL, GAS HOUSE COKE Telephone Main 902 1116 Clinton St. TO LOAN WE LOAN MONEY AT 5 TEH CENT If you are Interested In buying or build ing a home, adding to your real estate hold. Ing, reducing the Interest on your pretieiit mortgage, or making a protltahle real es tate Investment, or should you wish to make a savins Investment that Is both safe and profitable, rail on or write Ir. ,). H. Davis, t8 Arcade Nashville, Tenn. Patronize Home Industry Made To Order That Wear Well 11 Repaired by the Old Hand System O . Beat o( Material and Workmanship E Geo. W. Fruz S Phone M. 4691 417 1-2 Cedar