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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
CANDIDATE FOR COVmiSS10NER Wafer Works, Work House And Street Gleaning. IS Subject to the will of the People in a Non Partisan Primarv, Sept., UI3. iTll If titS I o 0 .OOOOOCKXOOCKOOOOOCCOOOOO . 1 MiladVs Nate Book. GOQOCXCOOCCOCOOCOCCOOC were assisted in receiving by Mrs. Iladloy Wain wright A Pleasant Trip. Mesdames Lena Thomas, G. W. Dh-kerson, La I ra Brooks, Jennie Bramlotte of St Louis, and Miss Elizabeth made a short trip to Mem phis Saturday evening and returned Monday night. All report a fine time. Mrs. Thomas and Bramlette were the guests of Miss Martha Leeihman. Mrs. Dickerson was the gwtt of Mrs. Caroline asly. Mrs. Broo';s and Miss Hamilton were the gues s of Mrs. Julia Wehster. Miss Evalena Edwards is the guest of Martha Leechman fnr a few days. A Eeautiful Entertainment. siBJoqi-'ia uy pojiUAoad psj puu menu was served from an attractive ly appointed table which was veiled in drawn linen and decorated in cut flowers and potted plants. These that enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Frazier's dinner were Mrs. Jessie Berrie, Mrs. ' Tom Allison, Mrs. Tom Waddie, Mrs. Henry Ber rie and Mrs. Joe Bennett Sunday Dinner. Mrs. Bell Ramsey entertained at dinner Sunday, August 17 at her home 407 15th avenue, North. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. John Wooton, Miss Annie Lectur Scruggs, Miss Annie Mai Martin, Mrs. T. H. Rhodes and little daugh-' ter, Miss Mamie Wooten, Mr. Sam Witt, Mr. George Ramsey and Mr. Royace Wooton. ' The hostess served a three course menu which was highly enjoyed by all. Luncheon. Mrs. John Beecher of 1212 Four- , tenth avenue, South gave a luncheon Tuesday afternoon, August Iflth in compliment to her friend, Miss Wil- lie Nellie of Franklin, Tenn. Covers were laid for ten guests and 'seven courses were served. The guests were Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs. Leeviren Beech. Mr. Harden Stone, Mr. Jesse Berrie, Mr. Thomas Rhodes and Mr. Richard Thomas. A Delicous Dinner. Mesdames Ed Ward and J. K. Campbell entertained at dinner Tuesday afternoon. In honor of Miss Eliza Haddox of Indianapolis and Mrs. Wiley Anderson who leaves in a few days foi- Louisville, Ky. They Entertained. Miss Cerlese Butler of Havana. Cuba was delightfully entertained by Miss Laura 13. 'Carter Wednes day evening, August 13 at G o'clock. Music was furnished by the Misses Sims. Dancing and games were the features of the evening. Miss Carter was pretty in blue creped'-1-cine trimmed with rare lace. Miss Butler was very beautiful in pink satin trimmed with laces and pearls. The young ladies were beautifully gowned. Those who enjoyed Miss Carter's hospitality were Missfs Cerlese Butler. Ethel Beasloy, Ma bel Neeley, Ira Ridley, Julia 'Sims. Louise Ledhetter, Fannie Carter, Rosa Simms, Mat t ie Gregory. Fan nie Hartsfield and May Carpenter. Messrs. Aralan.J Davidson, Andrew Wilson, (7arence Stevens, William Carter, Morris Doakes, Samuel Chat ham and Alfred Waggner. A three course menu was beautifully served by Misses Fannie Carter, and Mabel Neeley. One O'clock Dinner. Mrs. Dora Mai Frazier entertained with a 1 o'clock dinner to compli ment her aunt, Mrs. Joe Bennett of Chicago, 111., who is visiting rela tives and friends here. The house was artistically decorated in cut flowers and potted plants; in the dining room a color scheme of pink Buford-James. A beautiful home weddng was solemnized last Wednesday evening when Miss Emma James and Mr. E. V. Buford were united in the holy bonds of wedlock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G. W. Porter., pastor of St. John A, M. E. Church, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. - Goode, of Fifteenth avenue, North. For the occasion the house was brilliantly lighted and decorated, the lawn being lighted by Japanese lanterns. At 8:30 o'clock. Miss Ever Lena Barnes began the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march and the brida 1 party entered. The groom entered with his best man, Mr. Thos. Webster. The bride fol lowed leaning on the arm of her cousin, Mrs. Jerry Ried, of Chicago, who was matron of honor. iMiss James as she entered pre sented a picture of girlish lovliness in her wedding gown of white shad ow lace over white messaline, with real lace and pearl trimmings. She carried a huge bouqet of bride's roses Her only ornament was a pearl, tiara which wreathed her wealth of lhair. The matron of honor was becom ingly attired dn white shadow lace over silk and carried a bouquet of carnations. " The bride for a number of years has been a most valued employee in the book-making department of the National Baptist Publishing House, a faithful teacher in St. John A. M. E. Church and a girl of the most loveable disposition and charming manner. Mr. Buford is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Buford and is a faithful employee of the railroad company. A large number of handsome and useful presents attests the startling worth of this couple. Mr. and Mrs" Buford are at home i at 10015 Eighteenth avenue, North. www Dinner. On Sunday afternoon at one thirty! a beautifully, planned dinner was given by Mesdames J. A. Whitaker and A. W. Peeden of 522 40th avenue in honor of Mrs. A. M. Brown and daughter, lit tle Miss Helen Brown of E. St Louis. A Luncheo". On last Friday afternoon a luncn ecn was given by Mrs. Mattie John son, 1012 Fairview avenue in honor of Mrs. Addie M. Brown of East St. Louis. Those present were Mes dames Claude, Bowman, A. M. Brown of E. St. Louis, A. W. Peeden and Johnson. A four course menu Johnson Thompson, Allison, and. where she no longer needs our poor city this week en route to Chicago, Price each expressed themselves of i protection. 111. having a delightful time. The club'- For Christ Himself doth rule.j Mr. Everett Bond, of Vernon ave will meet with Miss Grace Atkins,! Therefore, as an expression of our nue, is back in the city after spend- on Steward street Tuesday after- love and affection for our departed ing three weeks in Lebanon, Tenn. noon, September 9th. Azalia Art Club. Mrs. Thos. Morgan delightfully en tertained the Azalia Club September 1st, the meeting was in charge of the president. After song and prayer the minutes (ff last me. ting were reed and received, roll callod and each answering with dues and quo trUtonn. Most of the time was ,?nf-nt in nlannine for the club Dicnic September 8th. The hostess served! to tha Nashville Globe. kt Those to eniov1 Committee Mrs. W. -tssoointo. we tho membore of the! Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Sherrod, of Fleur De Lis Club adopt thv follow- Meridian, Miss., were the guests of ing memorial: Mrs. Blake, of 8 Cannon street Dr. Resolved, That in the demiise of Sherrod recently married Miss Bes our sister and friend, Mrs. Nellie sie Williamson, a graduate of PM.sk Moore, our club has lost one of its University in Che- class of 1911. While most honored and devoted members, on their bridal tour they will visit Resolved; That we tender to her .'Mammoth Cave, Cincinnati and New bereaved husband and r. datives our York, after which they will return sincere and heart-felt sympathy. jto their home in Meridian. Resolved; That a copy of this! our window display; it speaks niomr.-ri.-il he sent In her fa mil v. and In tones that cannot be misumler- 11. l'oreman. ilfti ana M. stood. J. Vassrr. Jefferson. Mrs. Morgam'a hospitality were! Chairman, Mrs. J. B. Singh. ten, S. r. me many inemis oi anss uussio Medames Thos Holman Bailey Ep- Harris, Mrs. N. 11. Pius, Mrs. J. C.!Mai Swan will be pained to hear of person, M. M. Nelson, Louis Gill, Caldwell, Secretary. her serh.us illnes,, having undergone i t r-Kv,,.,v ii. v-v-vn-v-Mi'ttV-Y-, an operation Tuesday afternoon at Citv Hems. Miss Annie Woodard, f5 her rcMnVneo. T?.! I-? Ninth avenue. South. She is slowly improving. . ' j Mr-.. Rot ha Blunders, of 151G Mary ' I street, is visitins her-brother, Mr. .......... jjamison, in Chicago. While ther-. she was entertained at dinner by flf CI.'irkH- Aire- H.irt nf r. !' TY.u I'lm' n ulrt-nf or expression for us as members of vii1(i Tenn., is visiting h-r sister, she will leave for St. Louis, where the Flour De Lis Art and Study Club Mrs. Miller Bonds, of 8110 Vernon ' she will sn.nd a f-w dnvs with Mrs. to speak of our beloved friend and UV(nue. id: B. King, of 2TH0 Pine .street, associate Mrs. R. P. Mooro as be-j urs. Abbie M. Brown and daugh-! Mr. Arthur Piddle has returned ing dead, but she is not dead. Miss, ter. little Miss Helen Brown of East i homo in Cairo. 111., after a visit to St. Louis who were the guests of his mother, Mrs. piddle, of Winches Mrs. Kate Williams, Alabama ave-;ter, and his si.-ter, Mrs. Ernest, of nue, West Nashville, mother and 1 Nashville. grand mother have returned home. Mrs. Bell and son, of Memphis, Miss Georgia L. Carmack, of Sixth spent a few days in Nashville last avenue. South. :nont the week-end week and were the guests of Mrs. ry Ransom, Jennie Ridley, Cornelius L; ,ne. Tribute to Mrs. Nellie Moore by the I'leu-De-Lis Art Club. It as indeed sad beyond the power- Nellie," still lives- It is true that her pure perfect and .strong mind found earth too weak to hold her, but that she lives is as certain and as sure as the truth, "death has no dominion over life. Our menu and companion tired 'with Mrs T.nln Turner mi thp White's Ernest. Hart. 112-1 Jo Johnston ave- cf .ier much worn pliysicia.1 trame, omcrcek Pike, and reports a happy stay nue account of intense suffering. iout there. wes served. of C. Sewing Depart- never see her Our fall and winter goods are ar riving daily by fast freight and ex press. They appeal to the thrifty Trices within the reach of Earle Club C mrnt. fort in her nake: moral ears will The sewing department of the: in ever more hear her pleasant voice; F.-r-lo Club C. of C. met Monday af-j but the spirit of Him who loved our ternoon, September 1st, with the j friend will daily hold sweet converse resident Miss Mary B. England, 722, with her. Gporaifi Street. The meeting was; Mrs. Nellie Moore left the flesh a rreisided over by the president. Bus iness was carried out as usual. Each Just from the markets of the North and East where 1 purchased an enormous stock of fall and winter goods. Come and get my prices which are too low to be quoted here. all. J. H. Foreman, 11th and Jef-1 J. TI. Foreman. "11th and Jefferson, ferson. ' Mrs. Bettie Anderson of 820 Ver- llr Jnsenli P Fuster h.is rptnrned ! nun avenue, is snondine a few weeks again rapidly going from place to:after a tlm-l months' .ay in East j with her mother and family in place, leaving joy, sunsmne and com--at Louis. Georgia and Louisville. Kv. ! Lnnisville. Ky. Mr. Robert Foster is still very 111! Mrs. L. C. Carter, of Greenville, with rheumatism. Miss., is visiting her relative, Mrs. The season's latest Millinery, dry! Anna Hammond, of Harding street. With one peaceful yet powerful bound she burst the fetters of what appeared to be a strong tenement of olay and entered a tabernacle not i buyer. made with hands, but eternal for ever. Mortal eyes will goods, shoes and notions at ,very at- Mrs. Lizzie Wilson .was called to tractive prices. J. II. Foreman, 11th Gallatin last week on account of th nml Jefferson. ! illness of her sister. true friend to all mankind. No one Mr and Mrs S IT. Killebrew leave Mrs. Wm. Kennedy, of Chicago, is can say of her she ever turned a for Cl.-irksville in a few davs to1 with her sister. Mrs. Eugenia Bur- member resnonded with dues and a' deaf ear to the cry of the needy or'Rnpiid their vacation with their ! nelt.- to remain several weeks. quotation. Owing to a large amount j looked with scorn upon the lowly, mother, Mrs. G. A. Killebrew. I Mrs. A. O'Neal was home this week of business some things were omitted pnd oppressed. She was an ideal! Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Johnson and; from school on account of illness. The club is planning for a hay ride; woman. God desired her presence-their little daughter, Bessie, left Sat-j She is much improved now and re Thursday evening, September 4, Af- and took her out of that which wasiurday for Atlanta, Oa., where they i turns to her work a happy subscriber tor business the meeting was turned constantly necomelng more r.na more will spend several days visiting i to the Clone. . n a ' f . .1 . I. I. 1 . 1. 1 i. i ..11 m I . I nto a. social atrair. uames ana painiui anu which was suujeci io an irienas. dncintr were the main features of the evening. Little Miss Annie Mays assisted the hostes in serving a delicious menu. We were delighted to have as our guest Miss Anna Shorter president of the Eagle Club. the, afflictions to which earth is! Miss Bettie Thompson, of 705 Ew heir. The statement "Death loves a ling avenue, left Sunday night for St. shinning mark," should" be "Earth Louis to spend four weeks with her cp.nnot hold a perfect mind, she is , friends. not dead, the child of our affection." j Mrs. Emma L. Thompson, of Shel But gone into another school, ; by ville, Tenn., passed through this WANTED Job Printer at once. Good pay. Steady work. National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Ave., North, Nashville, Tenn. r 1W TO) TOTTD- Candidate for Commissioner of WORKS STREET r E Mai Has accepted an invitation to address a AT BUMPOUS' CORNER salt 8 9BJna3lk Wharf Ave 09 anci pi (PilL lyette MR. GILBERT is the real friend of the Negro in this campaign. HE IS RESPONSIBLE for the Negroes being able to vote in the coming election. HE STANDS for the enforcement of all laws, especially in keeping Negro Women out of saloons and dives. HE PASSED the bill in the legislature for the citizens to vote bonds for a Negro high school. HE STANDS for libraries, parks and play-grounds for Negroes. Every Negro Citizen in South Nashville should hear MR. GILBERT speak Friday Night. SIGNED-Citizens Committee for South Nashville. ! L