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THE COLUMBIA HLRJ.LD,. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911.
Mil 1 mmm COLUMIUA OA M xtm i i o.o STREET FAIR AND CELEBRATION - - - 6 DAYS AND MIGH1S 6 -' - BEGINNING MuNDAY' OCTOBER 23 Attraction:- MMelW&J &IiElrFMB& SiiMdhnw!' I3r s:EOW3 Q FM-oo Attr actio & HOT A, . I VALIAN 1. if Social macros Allen-Hodge. Japanese Party. One of the most notable social events ' Complimentary to Misses Nellie of the season occurred in Columbia Williamson and Luzelle Hodge, two . . ni. . ... , , . , . of the fair brides of this month, Miss today at the beautiful colonial home 0 , t . , . ' Carrie Smith most charmingly enter- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mortimer Hodge tained at a unique Japanese party at on South Main street, when Miss Lu- i her beautful home on South Main zelle Hodge, their only daughter, was street. The decorations were ail tug united in marriage to Dr. Thomas A. gestive of the enterprising little Yan Allen. In the presence of a brilliant kee Nation of the Orient. Threa de assembly of friends and relatives or lightfully attractive little girls in Jap the high contracting parties, Rev. W. anese kimonas, Misses Winnie Davis, T. Haggard with the impressive and Leonora Williamson and Leah Sharp, beautiful ceremony of the Methodist received at the door. The guests ritual, spoke the words that pro-' "were seated on mats In the center of nounced them man and wife. tne room after the fashion of the Jap- The ceremony took place at a beau- ' anese and played Santan. Rice was tifully improvised altar in the spa- served with clop sticks which was cious 'parlors of .the mansion. Pre- followed with a course of chop soi'ey. ceding the ceremony a magnificent A brilliant display of Japanese fire musical program was rendered by works closed the entertainment. Miss Mary Ashton, pianiste, Mrs. i " - Charles H. Sharp, vocalist, and Mrs. , Misses Hight Entertain. Henri Darden Harkreacler, violiniste. Mrs. Sharp sang, "What is Love?" and during the ceremony she sang, "Because." The fair bride proceeded to the altar with W. Brown Taylor, by whom she was given in marriage. She was met there by Dr.. Allen and his best man, Robert J. Harlan. Pre ceding the bridal party were the rib bop bearers, Misses' Elizabeth Jones , and Mary Rainey, while the ends of the ribbon were held by A. Flem Thomas and Looney Walker, making On Saturday evening Misses P.ena and Flora Hight entertained about twenty of their friends at their .coun try home in te Zion community at progressive rook for Miss Luzelle Hodge. On entering the guests were served frappe by Miss Marie Stephen son and later in the evening an ice course was served carrying out the color scheme of pink and white. Miss Dawson, Dr. Brown and Dr. Al len made the highest score. Miss Dawson drew the prize, which she graciously presented to the honoree. McFerrln-Acuff. Dr. J. A. McFerrln and Miss Annie Hall Acuff, of Mt. Pleasant, were married here this morning at the home of Dr. W. T. Haggard, Rev. J. J. Stowe, a brother-in-law of the groom pronouncing the ceremony. Dr. McFerrin is 'a practicing physi cian of Mt. Pleasant and a son of Rev. J. A. McFerrin, and his bride is an isle for the party were Miss Char-lit was one of the many enjoyable en lotte Fariss and James W. Thomas, ftertainments given to compliment Miss Kate Lone was the fair maid (Miss Hodge. of honor. The scene in the parlor where the ceremony was said was one of dazzling brilliance. The room was beautifully decorated in the bri dal colors and was lighted by myr iads of waxen tapers. The handsome bride never looked lovlier than in her beautiful bridal dress of Delph blue with gloves and hat to match. Her only jewel was a handsome locket, the gift of the groom. She carried an immense bou quet of American beauty roses. Miss 'Long's costume was a sky, bluj ef fect with large black picture hat and she carried a bouquet of carnations. Immediately after the cerenn.ny a reception was tendered the bridal party, the entire lower floor of the mansion being thrown open to the guests. In the receiving line were Miss Bessie Ashton' and Henry Moore, Miss Mary Ella Fariss and Dr. Enoch Stephenson, Miss Laura An drews and Mesdames Rebecca McLe more and Thomas Nelson Jones. In a hewiching little bower frappe was sity. Mrs. McGehee is a most attrac tive and accomplished young lady of the noblest attributes of mind and heart while Maj. McGehee Is too well known and too highly esteemed here for his splendid character and clean walk in life and hit brilliant attain ments to make further comment un necessary. They will reside on the campus. -SB- To Attend Frat Dance. Misses Martha Williamson, Gladys Dedman, Florence Shelton, Mary El la and Elizabeth Fariss will go to Lebanon Friday to attend a dance that is to te given by the members of the Lebanon Law School Fraternity. J Dowling-Voss. On Wednesday at noon in the par lors of the Tulane ' Hotel in Nashville, ' Miss Willie Vbss and Dillon Dowling, of this city were united in marriage, Rev. J. N. Booth pronouncing the ceremony. The bride wore a tan dress with hat to match; and they were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Maddin Voss. After a short wedding trip they will be at home in Columbia where they have the best wishes of many friends. -. mMmmmimmmiaaammmmmmmmmmniwmmmmammam GRAND OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 THE CUMMER FROM HI fl DT THEATRE ALL OUCCFSS THE ULUDt JEW YORK THE MUSICAL COMEDY DE LUXE 11 IS AMUSEMENTS . There is said to be something do ing, amusing, tuneful or otherwise entertaining during every second ot "The Echo," the newest of Dilling ham's Globe Theatre, New York suc cesses which is scheduled to appear at the Grand Opera House next Wed nesday, Oct. 18. Besides what Is said to be a most amusing libretto and a score introducing Deems Tay lor a composer to be welcomed for the vivacity of his fancy, the produc tion presents it is said an array of ex traordinary features. The most im portant is Blanche Dayo, more fa miliarly known as "Dayo, the Danc er," who capers with a partner at tired as a grizzly bear. Another lively novelty announced is Marie abbot, who gives a swift and gaily colored five minutes of posturing, singing and dancing as is sometimes seen in the polite cafe chantants of one of the most popular and lovable 0f paris. Frank Woods, who is one young women in that city. 0f the best known and best liked of " all tne younger comedians wno are Alexander-Conner. able to entertain New York Theatre Wednesday , at 2:30 o'clock, goers for months at a time, Is also a Charles W. Alexander and , Miss Win- feature of the aggregation, nie Wilmont Conner were marriei at - the home of the bride three miles from Mt. Pleasant near Cross Bridg es, Rev. J. D. Wallace pronouncing the ceremony. ' Mr. Alexander is a son of the late J. T. Alexander, of Mt. Pleasant, and is in the hardware business at Nashville. - His bride is DEATH'S HARVEST. f Miss Nowlin Begley. Miss Nowlin Begley, a former resi dent of Columbia, died yesterday at the daughter of W. W. Conner, a pros nerous and substantial citizen of the McMinnville. The remains, will be served by Misses Minnie Fry and southern portion of the county, and is brought here this afternoon and the Gladys Dedman. The bridal caite, aa young WOman of many lovable and funeral will take place from the First work of art, was presided over by I admirable traits. They left at once Chirstian church at 10 o'clock tomor Misses Orena Jlight, Annie Turner jfor xashvlllo. '1W morning. Services will be con- Sheegog and Louise Frierson. A mar riage register was kept by Misses , Recjta, Soon. Flora Hight and Bessie Dawson. Miss Zulema Brownlow, one of the ducted by Elder King. The following will act as pall bear- !ers: W. L. Hooten, Mill Hamm, Ira h In the spacious library a large col- j . md f M H rf Darden'110' J- H- Ledbetter, T. L. Cunning- lection of handsome presents attest ed the popularity of Dr. and Mrs. Al len. Misse" Lois Timmons and Hat lie Jones presided in the room. The presents were numerous and costly, requiring several large tables for their display.. Seldom has a more Imposing collection been seen in this community. After the reception Dr. and Mrs. Allen left for an extended bridal tour. Mrs. Allen, as Miss Hodge, was one Harkreader's pupils, will give a reel- j tal at an early date. She has just' acquired one of the finest and most! beautiful violins ever seen in Colum-; t bia. ham and G. B. Shelton. Carriages from Oakes & Nichcls. Baugus-Graham. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Graham, of May-; field, Ky., announce the engagement WANTED A sales lady who un- jderstands how to sell dry good3 and I millinery. Apply at once to P. GAR IBER. 122t&wllt With Blanch Dsyo Franker Woods And 50 Pretty Laughing Faces 50 -2 Car Loads Scenery, Etc. 2 PRICES: SI .50, $1.00. 75c Seats on Sale Monday, Oct. 16, at VVoldridgc's NOT I OK Watch for "The Echo" special train whicii will p tss through Columbia on Sunday, Oct. 15, about 2:00 p. m , en route from Birmingham to Nashville.carrying six car loads of fun.musio.dnd pretty girls. Other trains will be side tracked to allow the big Fun Limited"from"LAUGHLANDMto pass. M GOING BACK TO U. S. SENATE SAYSJOB TAYLOR DENIED ANY SIGNIFICANCE IN VISIT BUT IT COMES OUT. mm A MOST TIRESOME M Audience Is Made Up of Regular and Independents, and Speake Asks for Attention When Hearert Begin to Leave Opera House. When State Senator Brown arose ! jto introduce United States Se.iatoi : Robert L. Taylor at the Opera House ' I Wednesday afternoon the house waf comfortably filled and there was f j good number in the gallery also Th j audience was made up of a largf ! num ber of independents as we!i af ; regulars. There were also a few la dies in the audience. The introduction was a very short ' , one, Mr. Brown saying that he wat ! . very glad to have such a distinguish j ;ed citizen as Senator Taylor come tc i us between campaigns to talk hones I . ty and good government. When Senator Taylor arose there was some applause but it was not or a very pronounced character. He at once launched into hi speech which he had, in manuscript form in his hand. , He began by saying that he had been invited by the Senator from Connecticut to join a party to visit , the Panama Canal, .but he declined because he thought the Democratic canal in Tennessee needed his atten tion the most His talk was along the lines of ancient history and was more . like the classic efforts of the schoo boy than that of a statesman and a representative of the people in the United States Senate. After he' had been talking for some time a voice down near the speaker on the left, without any provocation whatever, was heard to say, "Get right, boys, get right." This sally provoked some amusement and the speaker had to call for attention when the audience began departing, and on more than one occasion there was confusion almost to the point of disturbing the speaker. At dif ferent intervals persons in the audi ence left, and after the speaking was over several were heard to say that it was the most trying speech that they had ever listened to from Bob Taylor, j It was filled with statistics and dry ' historical facts that have long since ' WRaVPP ciwrrTU Tc passed out of interest to the public o Wednesday afternoon of colored driv- of the present day. j F EL EASED ON BOND erB for cruelty to teams. One was a In referring to the drift of pepu-, case of a negro named Will Emsley. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST MEMBER CONTAINED IN THE COMPLAINT MADE ABOUT THE CHARAC TER OF M. C. DICKSON. It is understood that the charges made against the Rev. M. C. Dick son, pastor of the Williamsport cir- Dr. M. E. O'Bryan . Osteopathic Physician Office Friercon Building, North Public Square. Bell phones, oftice 366. Resi dence 319, Otfice hours 8 to 12; lto5. auK3-eocI3mo -' - - - - J FEDERAL COURT AND BOOTLEGGERS Federal court is in session at Naslw vvui ir m o IU C?DOVSAA Ot llOOU cult, and upon which an investigation Ville this ween ana among those who was ordered this morning by the con- are facing that tribunal are a number ference, are very serious. It is said from thi8 county. Ollie GranDerrj; that they reflect very severely upon and Lou Rucker were tried Tuesday.' the moral character and standing of The first named was found guilty of the minister. Failure to meet Cebts violating the internal revenue laws, and lack of moral integrity are said and the later was given a verdict of to be among the complaints. 'not gullty. The Granberry woman haI ! . i her sentence suspended until th. ' 19th. MULES 10 LOAN Thirty-four good coming two year old mules to loan to the right parties. E. T. Lovell & Son, McCains, Tenn., Columbia, Route 7. It TWO ARRESTS FOR BEATING MULES The police force made two arrests lation from the farm to the cities he said that the bar rooms of the city were 'devil's hot bed of crime, but Special to The Herald NASHVILLE, Tenn., said nothing of the fight against the; Weaver Smith, who shot and killed trance of the .pump factory on Ceme- who drives for Mr. Morgan, who was using a large piece of plank to oeiaDor trie mmes just at the en- - j w u v v nun A-'liU - " " E. W. Carroll yesterdav afternoon for tery avenue. He was fined $10 and alleged seduction of his thirty pn voflr COBtS. it was going to he the issue in 1912. j old sister, Carline Smith, was releas- The other wa3 colored man who liquor evil in Tennessee, but went into a discussion of the tariff, saying m v ii r? eii 2 and approaching marriage of their ! .nto.vrx. daughter, Minne Lee, to Robert Blan- 9 ton Baugus, of Columbia, Tenn., the; Maater E,wyn Andrew8) who ha8 mnAAtntr tn ho cnlemnized at the . A , . . h.invp(i pjrls 1 Deen quite in witn tonsuius, is some of the most generally beloved Elrl8!hf.me of the brlde.s Darent8 on Octo- . who ever lived in Columbia. By her w -"- i mrB. jt jj. uoraon is quite in at ner charm of manner, her sincerity her frankness, her nobility of character, her high appreciation of all that Is b(. and beautiful In life, she attract ed and held an unusually large circle of devoted friends. Exceptionally handsome and personally most at tractive her chief charm lay In her true womanliness and beauty of char acter. Dr. Allen came to Columbia some two years ago and at once engaged tn the practice of his profession as a dentist By his correct life, his ster ling honesty, his , unfailing courtesy and admitted ability he has won to an y - - home at , Cross Bridges. She is ; In Welcome to Benedict. - her seventy-second year. The students of the Columbia Mil- Mayor W. M. Biddle does not im ltary Academy gave a royal wecome prove any, and his condition (s as to their genial coach, Robert Bruce suming a rater serious turn, much McGehee. who returned this morning to the regret of his many friends, from Chickasha, Okla., with his j Frank West's physician pronounced bride. The entire student body met him greatly improved today and the train and gave the college yells thinks that within the next two or and generally showed the coach that three weeks he will be able to return he was welcome home with his new to his post of duty as make-up-man better half. He was escorted to the on The Daily Herald, grounds where he was forced to make Mrs. D. H. Dorris was taken to an a sneech of appreciation. Infirmary in Nashville yesterday af- Maj. McGehee was marnea on ternoon for an operation. a th confidence of i Wednesday afternoon at the Okla- Mrs. J. H. Stockard was taken to the business and social world. H Is j homa city to Miss Frances Tempest the Woman's Hospital in Nashville an active worker In the Methodist ! Herndon, rormeny oi naauvui to uuurKO BU uyeiauuu. one was church nl itards hteh in the com-'was the culmination of a romance accompanied by her daughter, Miss mnnWT Tvoune man of exceptional that commenced when Maj. McGehee Lillie Stockard. and Dr. W. K. Shed- Here the speaker took occasion for a pretty play of words on the farmers and hill billies, saying he himself was j one or the latter. But it remained for a chance remark from the fudi- ence to bring out that there was some significance to his visit here just at this time notwithstanding his dealal. While hesitating a voice was heard to say, "Go on." Instantly the Senator replied, "I'm goin on; goin' on hack to the United States Senate just as sraight as I can go. Give me a pri- j mary ana i win walk away from trem all just like Uncle Rastus walked away from the bear." He then made an appeal for harmo ny, inviting the independents to tome on back and help win, shaking the ghost of Andrew Jackson in the face of his hearers in order to drive them back into the ranks of the regulars declaring, 1 am a Democrat whatev er comes or goes, and will always vote for the nominees." ed today on $5,000 bond. Subscribe For The Hrald. drives for Mr. Schuneman, and was using a whip. He was released with a reprimand. UtUXll COSMOPOLITAN YEAR BOOK The year books of the Cosmopoli tan Club are at the home of Miss Sue Todd Walter, and the members are e.ske1 to come and get them as soon as possible. BRIDGE THE GAP "Between seed time and harvest" many a man finds a pressing need for money that a little fore sight and a little effort would have obviated. For the lack of this money sometimes the gap widens and the harvest is .pushed further ahead than it should be. The best way, the sure way, the sale way to "BRIDGE THE GAP" is to start a Savings Account with this Bank and after you've started the account, let come what may .stick to this account and regularly deposit a certain amount. Youll be surprised at the results. Try it. We pay you 3 per cent, interest. Columbia Bank Trust Co. was a student of Vanderbllt Univer- dan. Subscribe for Tb Herald. promise.