The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on September 9, 1919 · Page 20
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Tuesday, September 9, 1919
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NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 20 BIRTH RATE IN FRANCE ON WANE Great Decline Shown in Births in 1918. f f"orrfwponlrtiv of Aorla(fd Irt.) I'AIIIS, Atir. - l'mnrc'd llfHlninc llrih rntfi hn lniHy horn n source of mii'-li 'oiicrm but n (Mntlnrt Improvement has been nntlrnl daring the present mnnlli. Kvlrlenro of n crmt decline In births In 11)18 wns shown In official figures for the district of tlw Seine-, which includes the city of rnris. wh!ch showed that there fire only 4:!,-lK0 births reentered In that district In 101S ns compnred to the 7.1.."ift!) in lf11. The infantile death rate given by stntin-ticians Is -10 prr cent as comjKired to 10 )vr cent before the war. This has been attributed ti the scarcity of wet tinmen and Jioor quality nml short ngc of milk for bottle-fed brittle. Tills shorliice is wild to bp due to the t rerneniliiiis Iiht'-iiso tn cheese raaklnjr, especially In Nnrmnndv. However, nil the maternity hospitals in Parln reported im-rensed birth Urns far tn the present month. In uric hospital the number has doubled those of last year and it In drclnred that babies arc remarkable for FWe. weight ami health. new periodical entitled Marriuro hag Just appeared. It announces that it will devote Itself to the question of the repopulatli of Franco which is generally recognizer! to lie one of the most urgent problems of the day. It iskH its readers "what means slionifl he adopted to combat the present matrimonial rrisis in France?" LOCAL DEATHS WILLIAM L. DEN NINO. Fnneral servlcca for William T,. IVnnlng, 47. former employe of tin Nawhvillo Hallway A. Light Company, were held Monday nt the Alex Frwin MethodU.t Church. Mr. Denning died Saturday. The services were conducted by Hev. T. P. Fisher, Itev. T.. Urine T,yie mid Itev. flcorge A. Iluffnkcr. Iturinl was at Spring Hill. He 1h survived by his wife, Mrs. Georgia Jordan Denning, and his daughter, Mrs. (!. W. By ram. JAMES II. CII Mm,l8S. Fimenl services for James t Chnmbllss, 7tl, were helil Monday at the Forest (irove Church. Mr. Chamtillss died Saturday from injuries received In fulling from the roof of his bnrn last. Tuesday. He Is survived by his wife and sir children, Mrs. Alice Franklin, Mrs. Ollie Sweat, Mrs. Kate nar-row, Hodney, Lee and Cilll ChnmhllHfl. OSCAR C. NEFNEK. Oscar (7. Reiner, 4H, who died Saturday, was b.irled Sunday at I'na, Tenn. Elder It, V. Cnwthorn ronducted thn services, assisted by It. E. W rig lit. He Is survived hy his wife nnd five sons, Tennyson, Iln-ford, Maurice, Ieslle and O. C. Seiner, Jr., and two laughtern, Iternieo and Charles Keith Seiner. Pallbearers were Cross Frail, Sam Hyrle, Ed C.atto, Hob Merrywcatlier, Howell Sweeney and Jess My rick. rRETTYMAN JONES. Funeral services for PrettyTnnn Jonei, 77, who died Saturday, were held Runday nt Buffalo Valley. Burial was in tho family burying grounds there. Mr. Jones Is tirrlved by his wlfa and five children. Walter Pretty man Jones, Jr., Bailey Jones, Mrs. It. L. Alcorn, Mrs. Henry Jones and Henry Tucker, his stepson, JAMES FREDERICK HARWELL. Funeral services for .lames Frederick Harwell, 31, former telegraph operutor, were held Monday at his residence, -ITiIj Delaware avenue. The services were conducted by Itev. William Marshall, assisted by Itev. Bruce Lyle and Granville Cuiluin. inirinl was at Mt. Olivet. Ho Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nellie O'Donnell Harwell, his mother, Mrs. Harry Harwell, and two children. WALTKI) K. KARL. Funeral services for Walter ,E. Karl, 30. who died In Los Angeles, Reptember 2, will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of his mother, Mrs, Ella Knrl, 751 Allowny street. Itev. 0. F. Clark will conduct the services. lie is survived by his mother, one sister, Mrs. h: A. Fuller, nnd live hrothers, Frank, Cooper, George, Hugh and Artus Karl. BUN Y AN STEPHENS DUDLEY. Funeral services for Umivnn Stmitmna ' KlKliey, iS, who died Monday at the home of his father, 11. M. Dudley, Sr., of Gray & Dudley Company, In Pioneer Springs, will bo held Tuesday morning Jit 10:;t0 at the South Nashville Primitive. Baptist Church. Itev. CharlcH Hood and Itev. J. 11. Stewart will conduct the services. Burial will be at Mt. Olivet. Mr. Dudley, who had been employed at the Gray & Dudley Hardware Company, In survived by bis father and mother, his sfstes, Mrs. Wilbur Crclghton, and hip brother, R. M. Dudley, Jr. Inman Hanley, Martin A. Byrd, Everett McCord, H. T. Hill, B. K. Hill, John M. Plcknrd, John F. Craig, Ram P. Shannon, Ell Redelshclmer, C. H. Vanderford, Will J. Klclser, Bob Me-Culloch, Fred Derrick, Harry Howell and Dr. F. P. McKell will acT aa pallbearers. DEATH NOTICES STEWART At 1 o'clock Monday afternoon, Sept. 8, 11119, at her home, Stewart's Ferry, Henrietta K., widow of the lute W, B. Stewart, In tho 77th year of her age, granddaughter of the late Itev. Wui. Montgomery of Fayette, Miss. She is atirvived by the following children: Daughters, Minuet) Motile R, Maggie T. and Willie P. Stewart ; her boob, Andrew J., Frank E., Bailey P. and J. Mack Stewurt; her sisters, Mrs. D. IX Hamilton of Nashville, Mrs. T. It. Larlmoro and Mrs. L. It. Sewell of California, anil six grandchildren. Funeral from the residence as aliovo this (Tuesday) afternoon nt :i o'clock, services conducted by Dr. Allen Fort and the Itev. Mr. Green. The following friends will serve us pallbearers: L. C, Ilessey, C W. Kills, W. A. Stevart, James Cook, Jones Ridley, W. B. Ballard, Wash Fuqua and Fon Good let t Interment at the family burying grounds. Limousines from Combs & Charlton. Rochester, N, Y., and Don-golit. 111., PJ?Pf"". please copy. DUDLF.Y Monday morning, at 0 :4!i o'clock, tlept. 8, Bill), nt the home of his parents, Mr. awl Mrs. It. M. Dudley, Rose-bank avenue. Bunyan Stephens Dudley, aged .17 years. Funeral from the Primitive Baptist Church, Third avenue, south, this (Tuesday) montlujr nt 10:30 o'clock, Sept. 0, 1010. 8ervlces conducted by Rev. .rotin It. Steward and Elder C. M. Hood. The following gentlemen will serve as Snlitiearers : inmmi namey, outrun a, yrd, Everett icCord, II. T. Hlli, B. B. Hill, John M. Plckard, John F. Craig, Sara P. Shannon, Kll ltedelsbelmcr, C. R. Vanderford, Win J. Kletser. Bob McCul-loek. Fred Derrick, Harry Howell, Dr. F. P. McKeel. Interment nt Mt. Ollret cemetery. Limousines from Wilkerson Com pany. KAllh Tuesday mornlnir. Sent. J. 1010. in Los Angeles, Cal., Walter 12. Karl, aged ; years. Remains arrived Monday morning ami were conveyed to the home of bis mother, Mrs. E. Karl, No. 751 Aliowny tret Funeral services from the resi dence this (Tuesday) afternoon nt 3 o'clock, conducted hy Rev. (V I . Clark. Bis following brothers and nenhew will aerra a pa 11 bearers ; Frank N C. T., Gftorce B., Hogh R., and M. A. Knrl and Fred A. Faller. Interment at Spring Hill cemetery. Antomoblles from Dotib- Roesch-Johnson Company. Legal and Vital KIT It KM IS COl'KT. Chief Justice. 1). I,. I.ansden : associates. (i recti, N. I.. l'.uWiimm. ( I'. Me Kinney, Frank 1. Hal:. Court meets agulu September 15. cornT or civir- Presiding Judge, S F. Wilson; nsmo-clates. It II Siiisom. S'd II. Clark, W. A. Owen, W, W. Faw. Adjourntd. Will meet at .Nashville September 8. FEDERAL DIKTHICT C'OI'RT. Judge E. T. Kiinfiird. Sow meeting at Chiittanooga. Will meet at Nashville. September 22. CRIMINAL COFRT, Judjro J. 1). II. Drllow. The IMviitHon County rCiminiil Court has adjourned until the third Monday in Sep-ember. SI ITS FII.KII IN ClltCl IT COl'KT. No. J. S. II. .yd vs. dtl Font Kngl- neering Company, Miit for S.VKM) damages fnneneritnnal injuries). Attorney for plaintiff, M. I liuxfr. No. lSlill. Second Circuit. C. II. SUiIgn vs. Ada Sledge, divorce. Attorney for plaintiff, J. K. I rnvls. city coi'itT cajj:s. Judn MiutUon WelU. The following c;im-s wi re deposed of by Judge Ma. WelU in the City Court Mo a y : William Carulhei-H, loitering about railroad yards, sent to the Juvenile Court ; C 1. Anderson, assault and battery, fined $10; 'H. li. Draper disorderly conduct, fined r.; Will Merr!i:iu, disor'dcrlj- conduct, fined $." ; Jim Flo we h, disorderly conduct and vagrancy, 1'lsVd Ilalils Jolnipiou. carrying a pistol, fined JfoO ; John Jones, disorderly conduct, fined ."( ; Lizzie Jones. diMirderlv and offensive conduit fined .-(; Will i'ratliers, iln;nk on tin; street, fined $5; George MavU-rry, K diert Wright, loitering about (lie .streets, sent to the Juvenile Court: Taylor Uo y, cruelty in anlaiuls, tilled FS; Lucy John-son. dlsoreillv conduct, fined $ltt ; John Whitfield, assault and battery, fined SKI: Fred SwimHoii, assault with a pistol, fined $11); Will Wliarlon, pel it lurceiiy, bound over to the Criminal Court; Ike Wright, selling doK', bou ml over to tint Criminal Court; Will Klnearey, vagrancy, fined .?.",; Nellie Bennett, drunk and disorderly conduct, fined $10; Union! Maxwell, dtsor-il rly conduct, fined sr, ; t II. Itinkley. disorderly conduct, fined M0; Margaret Harris, disorderly conduct, fined $10. DIltTIIS. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Williams, (V-D Churcli street, September a boy: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ivv, ."fciOl Kentuckv avenue, 4, a bov : Mr, and Mrs. F. i;. Klilulit, 711 FIft.v-t'lr;;t avenue, north. August ."., a boy; Mr. and Mrs Samuel Clnud lioyco, 2;!l'J Pierce avenue. August ", a boy; Mr. ami Mis. llarrv Joseph Willis. MeCJaVoek st reel, SepteUll-er 0. a hoy; Mr. and Mrs. David Crook, KM South sired. September 1. :i k'irl ; Mr. and Mrs. Thurfnan Graulierr.vWoodnrd. 110 Ivanlioe Court, September :i. n girl: Mr. and Mrs. S. Houston Wntkup, bill (illlinore avenue. Si'ptember 2, a girl: Mr. and Mrs. William P. Carter. 11(10 ilussell street. September fi. a boy: Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas M. Cope-land, I'Kt l'litman street, September o, u boy. IK.TIIH. Mrs. Eleanor MeClanatinn Fitzgerald, aged -10, S'ptcinber (t. at 71 N'ortii Twelfth street; Prettyman Jones, aged 77. September (I, t :tUl h'ighth avenue, nortli; Dr. Manuel Jackson Lewis, nged 70, September it. nt St. Thomas Hospital; Jau-s Frederick Hnrwell, aged ;ii, Sepleinber ll. at 4514 Delaware avenue; Roger M. Binkier, nged ISf. S'ptember 5, nt St. Thomas Hospital; Walter WilUani Taut, nged HH, September 5. nt St. Thomas Hospital; Oscar Charles Seiner, aged 47, September 0 at St. Tlinmas Hospital; Mrs. K. Josephine I'letcher. aged Septetnber 1. at 4(H) South Seventeenth street: Octle Chi'irv, aged 40, September o, at Presbyterian llospltnl. BUILDING PERMITS. To erect circus tents nu vacant lot nt Centennial and Tweny-ilrth nvenues, $1,000. To tear down and remove two-story brick house nml old frame stable at 1501 Mctiavock street, $F,000. To cliaiige front In brick store, 510-51S Unlou street, $000. To erect double electric sign on brick building at 10 Fifth avenu, north. $500. To enclose porcli with siding anil windows in brick house nt West End avenue, $:(tH). To remove frame house ten feet on same lot and erect one frame room at fe'i Lafayette street. $!100. New roof on frame house at 02 Hermitage avenue, $.'!IK). To erect small frame addition and chicken house ut 1-5 Grand aenue. West Nashville. $11:5. To remove frame house and fences at 707 Argyle avenue, $100. CHARTERS ISSUED AT CAriTOI. The following charters were Issued by the Secretary of State Monday : Cumberland Oil & Gas Company of Warren County, capital stock, $J5.000. Incorporators, John L. Coivill. II. II. Gul'-k. O. C. JeniMiigs, C. N. Hughes, George M. Smith. W. II. Boeder. John L. Willis. C. D. Walilliir and C. II. Moore. ityrd .Motor Company. Knoxvtlie, cnpnai, t"Ji,0(Kt, Incorporators, George P. Byrd, lien a. Morton. ! i . i.ooiey. j. i , uewm and William i Boss. First Methodist Episcopal Churen, ftlary- vlllo capital -. Incorporators. J. i.. mttie, .James a, woniiarti, i. v. loung, John Badgett, A. A. Coventry, C. A. Snl- llngcr, T. F. Cooper, J. T. Trotter and Miss Eva Tilden. Standard Automatic Mine- Door company, Dante. Va.. capital to bo Increased from $50.CJO to $100,000, orid to do business In nnessee. Carter Guarantee Brokerage Company, II '"T HERE are going to be many tear- I II M. itained pillow when this delirium I II , of speculation in oil passes. I W You can't beat another man at his own I Today for that Savings Account and JM W. assured happiness. JM Foubth &FBkst National Bank. AND First savings Bank6Bhjst Co. Records of Day .i..mi t." t- nui tinnm will rtn hiiKhi-'MH In Tciinwiiwi, Ilartronl Mllppiy ompnny, iipruoni, Tetin. NotlhuMon of urrnmlrr of charter. MAnniAUR LICKXaES. Columbus Ilnrrla. colored, 3 k and Oracle Reel!, coloreil. 1M, nilver Jnckdou, colored, si, ana lieanio eplcd, rol.T'H), 11). Thi.maa L, liauffh, .11, nnd Rnlllo Thomp son lfullnnd I'ctwny. colored, so, ana A, M. Hull, colored. 1H. II. n. Jordan. iM. nnd Oya W. rotten, 28. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Adolph Fish et ux. to F. M. Farm ot di., lot 2'n, ii feet north Bide Central avenue. Same to Annie F. Leathers, lot 25 feet north side Central avenue, cash, $300. T. J. Hailc. Jr., to Same, lot Ti feet north side Central avenue, cash. $000. LI. F. Wright et ux. to Jt. F. Wright nnd Horace Wright, 1.4 acres on Central pike, cash. $150. K. H. lluford 4't ux. to John James et nx lot ;il feet north side lot ai feet north side Fogg street, $1,100. Thomas Patrick Grady, trustee, to Morenu Hudson et ux., lot 50 feet east side Neill avenue. $L'.MH. Hollle Mai Carrbk to W. M. Alwood, lot 1IHI feet south side Prospect uvenue, $5,- 100. Charles M. Prange t al. to H. W. Prange, lot !"o feet east side Ninth avenue, north. s: . T. J. Bentley to W. N Bryant, lot south sl-le ran; avenue, ft.At. . T. Cotlon et ux. to A. A. Walker et ni nor til side Greenwood avenue. $ 1. 001). Waller Perry (c ocres In loth II G. Alexander nndcr. trustee, Hattte I. Terry, 27 district. $1,000. t nl. to Mias Adah Alex-lot lo0 feet north nldo Itellvne drive $l.tKiO. F. P.. Smith et u. to A. M. Hagan, 2 ncres in Third dNlrict, $7.7)01). James H. Jones to W. C. Miller, lot Trf) feet west side I ourtli avenue, tsouth, -?j,r.i0. A '. Newsoni et nx. to A. K. Miller, lot r.0 feet north side Joiner street, cash, Frederick W. Lewis to Atlantic Realty Co., i'its ail recordcjl In a deed from J. I Hume et ux. to Frederick W. Lewis In book HO I. pages C13 and (Wtl, registers office, $(l.."!ts. I. N. lit nl. ley et ux-. to L. D. Armstrong et ut.. lot .Vt fiH't north side l.'nderwood avenue, $l.r.(0. E. V.. BJiriierf ux, to T). C. Hite nnd D. C. Morton, lot rm feet east side North Flr-;t strci't. $1.2.-fl. Alfreil M. Hagan er nx. to F. IV Smith, lands 100 feet west side Rains avenue, rash, K! fion. ,T. W. ltrldcers et ux. to J. W. Buck et ux., lot r0 feet west side Stnlnback avenue, Ki.ariO. Mrs. M. MeGehee to Matt M. Campbell, lot HO feet east side Blank street, cash, $soo. L. It. Camidiell, trustee, to M M. Camh-boll. 11.10 acres In Third district, cash, JI0H. .Tames n. Gordon et ux. to Blanche L. Tucker, lot on Andrew Allison home place, sn.r-oo. W. .T. Ncwlln et ux. to Phillip O. Owen et ix., lots fiO feet each on south side Marie street, S't-0. Ella Allen Yea rgin and husband and 0. B. Allen In Tom Allen. lots r.0 feet each east side North First street, quit clnlm, St. Emmrtt Brown et ux. to L. L. Martin et ux.. lot ! feet south Ride Mansfield avenue, $2,100. O. X. Tillman et nl. to Wra. Woods Ar-initrad, lot Til feet .Sylvan avenue, cash SI00. r.oodlon Cnckrill. trustee, to WilMam Ever ett Foster et nx.. Eighth civil district trnrt conrnlntni Ji ncres. ennn. Ii.i. J. A. Jvy to J. F. Jovce, lot 7.7 feet east side 11th street, cash. $T!..00. Kate R. Gorrelt to A. A. Grfswold. Int 07 fot snitth side Lillian street. $rHt. 0senr Bnlnbrldire et ux. to Maggie E. ClirNtoner, lots 41 feet 12th avenue. sooth, whxj. II M Vise et nx. to Mrs. Sallle MeCon-nll lots south side Chadwell avenue, $1 m E. B. Rutherford to M. C. nnd W. n Parsons, lot fiO feet east side 24th ave- nuo tinrth SI .IfHl Theresa Goldberg, trustee, to Jennie Knox, lot on no a pel n venue, quit cmim. i. John McGavock et nx. to Tims, n, Good", above property, cnsli, $175. Total. $rt.2(W. t BODY OF DR. LEWIS IS SENT TO CHATTANOOGA The hody of Dr. Manuel ,T. IjCwIs, prom incnt Chattanooga physician, who died here as the result of nn operation, has been sent to Chattanooga. Knights Templar Meet. (By Associated Press.) PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 8. The thirty fourth triennial conclave of the Knights Templar of the United States was officially opened here today. Fed lowing t glitter ing parade of the first division of 1'ennsyl vaiiia down Chestnut street from Broad to Fifth, tho Impressive ceremonial of the world's ponce jubilee was held. Governor Sproul of Pennsylvania and Major-General Charles M. Clement spoke, the former to warn of Bolshevism, the lat ter to urge a waY on profiteers. Some L'OO Knights, acted as nn escort for tlie grand master aim inc spcuKers. 'mere were eight cymmnnderics In line, iucluding the (Jorinuiian (..nasscurs, me ouiy mount ed commaudcry In the cast. British ministry of munitions has real Isted nearly $700,000,000 from tho sole of war material from tin tacKs to tanks. style stitched to stay If you pay less than Porter prices, you get less than Porter Quality and Dependability. In these days of uncertainty in clothes worth it is good to know there's a store like Porter's, ready to stand between you and inferiority. Every garment we show is sold with the distinct understanding that it is the best possible value for the money or your money back. 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