NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 5, 1913.
Dr. Booker T. Washington
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Motion Pictures of Booker T. W asliington s great
3000 Feet of Film Showing tlc Various Industries in
which nearly 3000 Students, and 200 Teachers are Actively
Music will be furnished by Meharry Quartet, Messrs. A. G. Price and I.
L. Moore, National Baptist Brass Band and Quartet. Free Band Concert at
7-snnvWk Ymi nan't afford to miss this wonderful Exhibit in Moving
Pictures, an education in itself. This night Tuskegee Industrial Institute
is brought to your door.
Mrs. Alice Jones, 1104 Itynes
street Is 111.
Mrs. Alioo C. Hunt, 1109 Hynes
street is indisposed.
Mrs. Tina Phillips of Winchester
was called to tihe city on account of
the death of her brother-inlaw, Kev.
Wm. Patterson who died in Indian
Mr. Ernest McChrlstian is in Shel
byville on a business trip.
, Rev. Wm. Patterson who died in
Indianapolis, Ind., remains were
brought to this city Tuesday a. m.
accompanied by Mrs. Dilla Patterson,
wife of the deceased.
Give something sensible and sub
stantial for1 Christmas, a pair "of
shoes, some neckwear, a dozen hand
kerchiefs or .a fine dress pattern.
See J. II. Foreman, 11th and Jeffer
son; ihe will make you some very
LOST At Burn's Tabernacle Bap
tist Church one black overcoat on
last Sunday. Return it to 1115 Jack
son street. Liberal Reward offered.
Mr. Albert MoChristian of Shelby
ville Mrs. C. A, Ferrell after spending
the summer with relatives fend
friends;' Jn Algood, Tenn., has re
turned to her home in Soutih Nash
Christmas shoes, Christmas milli
nery, Christmas shirts, Christmas
neckwear. If you are looking for
serviceable gifts for your friends or
loved ones see J. H. Foreman, 11th
Mrs. Pricilla King, Mis. EliL.
Evans and America Cage of Murf
freesnoro, who have been visiting
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard North, of 924 1st avenue, North,
have returned home.
A gift for "her" or a gift for "him"
can be readily found at J. H. Fore
man, 11th and Jefferson. Service
able articles are arriving every day
by fast express. Shop at this store
early thus getting the cream, of good
Miss Willie Gloss of Hopkinsville,
Ky., was tihe guest of Miss Marlea
Coombs of 1718 Jefferson street dur
ing Thanksgiving holidays. She
had many courtesies shown her while
in the city.
Mr. 9. M. Johnson, Agency Direc
tor of Standard Ins. Co.. made a
I trip to Atlanta, Ga., to spend Thanks
giving with his wife.
The Most Elegant Jewelry Establishment
In the South
THE B. H. STIEF COMPANY
PRESENTS a most worthy Gift collection of Dia
monds and Precious Stones, Semiprecious Stone
Jewelry, Clocks, Watches, Gold and Platinum Jewelry,
Sterling Silver and Sheffield Plate Tableware. Superb
China, Rock Crystalware and Imported Art Novelties
and invite the purchasing public to inspect the same.
TI7Ytc are t'1c one 'w which fashion loves to day,
y will love tomorrow and for all future time,
and special attention is directed to our exclusive lines of
Precious Stone Jewelry.
B. H. Stief Jewelry Co.
JAS. B. CARR, President and Mamtfer
ON CHURCH STREET AT CAPITOL BLVD.
Tickets on sale at tho Palms, One Cent Savins Bank, North Side Pharmacy, Demtville's, Cor
ner Fourth Avenue and Church Street, Zihart's, Corner Sixth Avenue and Church Streets Peoples
Savings Bank & Trust Co.
Reserved Scats, 35c
Mr. J. B. Long of Atlanta is In
the city doing special work for the
Standard Ins. Co
A few more days then Christmas.
Have you selected that present for
your Wends yet? A few suggestions
inigni neip you. Fancy hosiery,
nobby footwear, choice dress goods,
stunning millinery and many more
beautiful and serviceable articles at
J. H. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson.
Mrs. Louise Mayes Ward 01 Co
lumbia spent several days In the
city. While here she attended the
banquet at State Normal School glv
en in honor of the President and
j wife, Prof, and Mrs. W. j. Hale.
Mrs. Ward was the guest of Mrs.
A Trio of State Normal Stars.
MiladVs Nate Book.
Mr. Oliver Martin and Miss Georg
ia Miller were quietly married last
Friday. Mr. Martin left . the city
on same date for Indianapolis, Ind.,
where Mrs. Martin is soon to join
Interesting to the many friends of
the contracting parties was the mar
jriage Saturday evening, November
29 of Mil ss Annie O. Price and Mr.
Clifton H. Roper. The ceremony
was quietly solemnized by Rev. Por
ter of 15th avenue, North. Mr. and
Mrs. Roper, are at home to their
man;-' friends at 1231 1st avenue,
Thai Ladies' Thimble Club.
T?ie Ladies' Thimble Club met with
Mirs. Samuel Streeter on last Friday
aftefnoon. The meeting was pre
sided over by Mrs. Thos. Jennings,
president. A new sewing feature
was Introduced Into the club, wihlch
was that each member will piece a
quilt-square and by putting them to
gether, form an entire quilt at each
meeting. After the usual business
was transacted, a delightful two
course menu was served by little
Misses May Herman Matlock and
Wilie May Franklin. The club
Star Theatre No. 1
YOU'LL NOT EORGET IT."
Neither befor, nor after buying
TOYS and Holiday Presents from
Phillips and Buttorff Does a pa
tron forget that this Is the best
place to buy?
BEFORE -viz wont let you.
AFTERWARDS - you won't want to.
You know pleasing toys and good
values when you see them. Come
now, before our stock is lessoned
by earlier purchasers. We are
better fixed this year, than ever
217-223 THIRD AVE., N. NASHVILLE
then adjourned to meet with Mrs.
Washington Bowling on December
Mrs. Beach Hostess.
Mrs. Thomas Beach of 12 East
Hill street entertained a few of her
friends with a Thanksgiving dinner
l?st Thursday, November 27th. Her
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hersihell
Rollins, Mrs. John Moore, Mrs. Mary
T. Bunch. Miss Hattie May Alex
ander, Miss Mattie Kinnard, Miss
Magiline Hill and Mrs. Beach.
The Eagle Club Sewing Circle.
The Eagle Sewing Circle
held Its regular -weekly meet
ing at the residence of Mis Jennie
Brice, 618 Ramsey street. The
meeting was called to order by the
President, Miss Mary B. England.
One hour was enjoyed in sewing.
The girls are all dodng nice work,
which the President is very much,
pleased with, and which they are
planning to give their first annual
hanmiet at an early date. The next
meeting will be with the President,
Miss England, number 7 Spring
Entertains With Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugenia A. M. Rob
erts of 823 Division street enter
tained at dinner Thursday. Those
present to enjoy the dinner were:
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dean, Mr. James
Dabney, Jr., and Mr. Joe B. Howe of
Columbia. Mrs. Robertson was as
sisted .by her mother, Mrs. Amanda
The Noohe Miercoles Club held a
most interesting as well as enoyable
meeting last Wednesday evening at
the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Austin. Jefferson street. The
meeting was opened by the President,
Mrs. Phineas Baker, and much busi
ness of importance was transacted.
After business, the evening was spent
in various games and a most enjoyable
time was had. . At a late hour the
genial hostess In her usual affable
manner served an elaborate menu of
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
G. Phineas Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
C. Eason and little Robt. Eason, Jr.,
Mrs. Mary Fall, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Guild, Mrs. A. B. Morris and Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Pierce and Mr, and
Mrs. Charles II. Thorn. Visitors:
Miss Ruby Leftwieh. After spending
a most delightful evening, the club
adjourned to meet Wednesday, De
cember 3rd with Mr. and Mrs. Phine
as Baker, East Side.
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Y. M. L. Club.
The Y. M. L. Club met in their
usual monthly meeting. The club
was addressed by Mr. Geo. II. Ander
son which was very helpful as well
It is very urgent that all members
attend the next meeting. Visitors
are also welcome.
A Thanksgiving Dinner.
.Mrs. .Martha Price entertained
quite a number of her frienis at
her residence G27 6th avenue. South.
The house was beautifully decorated
in exeen and eolden colors which.
made a beautiful display. The
table was beautiful with a real lace
centemiece and a cut glass vase
holding a bunch of yellow chrysan
themums also a pumpkin nnea wuin
fruit was in the center of the tame.
Mr. N. iM. Price sat at the head of
the table acting as toastmaster. The
following menu was served: oysters,
turkey with cranberry sauce, celery,
nlrklft lettuce. sDaehetti. potatoes
salad, candied, eweet potatoes, green
peas, (hot rolls, tomatoes, rruit saiaa,
cheese, brick cream which carried
out the color Bcheme, fruit and
orange cake, iblack coffee, mints and
salted almonds. The following
guests were seated at the table:
Miss Anna Shorter, Miss Manota
Shorter, Miss Martha Price, Miss
Lillie Porter, Miss Anna Price, Miss
May B. England, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. James Helum, Mrs.
Marshall Robinson, Rev. G. D. Drake,
Messrs. W. H. Coleman, W. M. Price,
Ronton, Harvev. Henry Calhoun,
Prif. Thompson, Miss Little Gladys
Jones and Master Sidney inn.
The Eaale Club C. of C.
, The Eagle Hub C. of C. held its
monthly meeting at the residence of
Miss Maud Wilkerson 107 Lake
street. The meeting was opened at
8:30 o'clock by the President, Mr.
T. B. Cohen. Roll was cauea;
members responded witlh dues.
After t'ltufcactian of business the
balance of the evening was enjoyed
with music, card games and danc
dng. The members were pleased
with the encouraging remarks from
the following visitors: Dr. Williams,
Dr. Fox, Dr. L. A. Coffedge, Mr.
Jackson Johnson, Mr. Herbert Thomp
son. At a late hour the hostess
served a delicious ice course. The
meeting adjourned to hold their
reirular meeting with Mr. T. B.
Cohen, 720 Smiley street and to hold
a call meeting with Miss Annie
Shorter. The president requested
all members to be present.
A Six O'clock Dinner.
A beautiful arranged six o'clock
dinner was given Sunday evening by
Mrs. R. A Pillow, 435 8th avenue,
North, In honor of Mrs. Anna Hall
of Chicago. Those present were
Mrs. Hall, Miss Emma Thompson,
Mrs. H. N. Watson, Mrs. An Nichol,
Mrs. L. L. Esters, Mrs. Simpson and
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PULASKI AND BROADVIEW PLAY
TO A TIE.
Special to the Globe.
Pulaski, Tenn., Dec. 1. The Pulaski
Hiigh School and the Broadview
School played to a tie Thanksgiving
Day. Broadview outweighed the P.
H. & boys about 12 pounds to the
man. Broadview won the toss up
and kicked off to P H. S. The game
was interesting from the beginning
to the end. The P. H S. boys carried
the ball near the 10 yard line at one
time and the 15 yard line at another.
Broadview never was closer than the
20 yard line.
Broadview succeeded in two passes
but the receiver was downed in his
tracks. The principal ground gainer
for P. II. S. was end runs made by
Fagen and Black more than once did
Black skirt Broadview's end for long
When the game ended the ball was
In P. 1L S.'s possession on Broadview's
15 yard line. The whistle blew when
the quarterback was about to pass to
tr: f -if ' V
JAS. VAUGHN, '
Black, who was already clear of
The line-up is as follows:
P. H. S, Position. Broadview.
J. Perkins L. End ....O. Davis..
A. Black R. End R. Cox
A. Vance ... L. Tackle ...C. Portress
W. Brown ...R. Tackle ...H. Payne.
C. Carter L. Guard ....L. Ladd
T. Pipkin.. ..R. Guard L. Gilbert
C. Buford ...Center... R. Abernathy
R. Carden...L. Halfback. . .F. Martin
T. Turner R. Halfback N. Cox
S. Phillips ... Quarter... B. Woodson
M. Fagen Fullback C. Brown
Time of quarters 12 min. Refree,
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1 Coach Robinson. 2 Pres. Hale, 3i 11 Hixon, 12 Anderson, 13 Lounzo
Mntuipt-r Foreuson. 4 Howell. 5
Robers, 6 Davis, 7 Jo Vaughn, 8
Tolliver, 9 Scruggs, 10 McWhorter,
14 Jas. Vaughn, 15 Downs, 16 Capt.
Boyd, 17 Lee, 18 White 19 Bob Jr.,
A Whist Party.
'Miss Phinie May Wroodfall enter
tained in honor of the Eagle Club.
The house was beautifully decorated
In tihe club colors for the occasion.
On the arrival of the guests, frappe
was served. Games and music
were indulged in until a late hour.
The hostess served a delicious Ice
coure of brick cream and cake in
which the club colors were n-iii.
fosted. There were thirty guests
The Ladies Aid Society.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Clark
Memorial M. E. Church met with Mrs.
Miles Williams of East Hill street
with a lnrtre number of ladies pres
ent. Collection was good. Rev.
N. D. Shamborguer, our pastor was
present. We are delighted to have
him in our midst asain after a
month's visit to North Carolina. The
Society has begun a three months'
rally. After business hours a two
course menu was served by the hos
tess. A Thanksqivlng Party.
I Miss Alberta Gilliam highly enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vinson.
Thursday night at her residence. 915
Gleaves street. Games and dancing
were the features of the evening. A
three course menu was Rerved Timcn
who assisted in entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. Vinson were Mr. and Mrs. James
Harris, Miss Gertie Mays, Hattie
Clymo and others. Mr. Bernard Mc
Gee presided at the piano.
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