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5 1t" "Lmn0la hnvft ent. scarce and read. Considerable opposition to the
- C6.v r. measure develooed. Tie Chair was
5 rHmlnalg to run in they have turned authorized to name a sub-committee
Criminal 10 rua iu, incjr fcul - . .Va ia-0.Q rtf f,ia nT1H nther
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many of the crimes charged to Ne- c7Ifile:httw Worlev's bill to
gro thieves but am tr tcreaunt a Sta Text
so hu.S 4own-Ne leves Commlssion s0 aB to require that
the white outlaws have had easy sail- Aonnei.nr.M cT,flll .lv nTninint. as
ing.- Crime knows , no color Kith or ;are resists of the
.iLSfM respective countl-, was recommended
ttvutiUv wnj mmmHtftfl hv a lor jJd.bbd.bt:. .
l2 ' T Kepresentative uanoway movea iue
g certain race or sect, gives opportu- fntment o a sub.committee of
2 U tv fnr Avprv other sect in the com- . , i,.. . i
mumty to become lawless and charge ..j. 8ubmlttcd to the com.
it to the sect suspected, ince me Thig motIon prevalled and the
riot in this community the white -nnnintPfl ATmsra. Horton.
FOR. LODGES.
criminals have led in rape, arson, rob
bery and every other crime.' It now
looks like somebody beside the Negro
is criminal. The Atlanta, Ga., Inde
pendent.' 1
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Chairman appointed Messrs. Horton,
McElroy. Tatum. Rambo and woriey.
Alabama make3 large donations to
Tuskeeee and the A. and' M. College
at Normal: Mississippi puts her
monev for the Negro youths at Al
corn; Kentucky gave liberally to Be
rea. and The State University: Texas
supports the great Prairie View State
Mnrmfil Nnrth flnrnHna has her nor
mals; the others do as much, but the
oroud Volunteer State will not let
Walden, Fisk, Roger Williams, Nelson
Merrv. Turner Normal or the Knox-
ville College have one dime of the
Peabody Fund. It has been rumored
that this matter will be carried be
fore some influential southern edu
cators in the near future. $10,000 out I
of this would help to rebuild Roger
Williams in an excellent location, as
well as giving the needed impetus to
starting the movement.
WILL KNOWLES SCHOOL BE
AGAIN NEGLECTED.
What is to be done with Knowles
Srhnnl. is a Question the tax
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MR. WYMON BRADY.
PLATE I,
We manufacture K. P. Lodije Banners
' o "tta mrdTara m U P BtaWta ,pv. at prices
awaiting an answer from the scnooi . r:Xm rn $7 Riik
board aid the city "SSSSf
it was deemed the most unfit building embroidered bullion work from m to
in the list of buildings now used for specifications furnished on banners
school purposes The city concurred desired. :: :: ::
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I ENTIRELY NEW DESIGN No. 5.
, mr. t V spector considered it as an unfit house
The Representative of The Nash- for ft school more two yearg ag0
ville Globe. He is coming to see It that the authorities have
vrrn cnnn Tta vp reaiv at all times. -i u u v,ia
1 - , i on iv na-lU cuuugu aacuuuu tu tuiu i
Mr. Brady is the only agent we nave condemnatton to prop up the sides
on this side of the river. Any one th t were ieaning and in a falling
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FIVE OR SIX OCTAVE. SOLID OAK OR WALNUT.
' A picture of beauty and chaste refinement unapproached heretofore by
any manufacturer. Massive frame work, highly ornamented with expensive-hand
and machine work of the highest order. An organ that will
prove an ornament in the most finely furnished parlor in the country.
CftSE,-Made of the finest selected white oak or walnut, very heavy
and massive, securely framed, doweled, paneled, screwed and glued to
gether. Deep panels, handsome carvings of beautiful designs, elaborate
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plate mirror in
top, 13x13, large closed music pocket with hinged front and safely lamp
stands, hand rubbed and polished. . .
ACTION. In this case we can place actions B, C, D, E, F, l, or ii,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious. t ' .
SIZE AND UE1GHT.- When set up for use this Organ, m
6 octaves, measures 81 inches high, 52 inches long and 24 inches deep. Net
weight 325 lbs., gross weight (boxed) 45 lbs. When boxed for export the
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic feet of space and the six octave 50 cubic
feet.
EVERY ORGAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
ADDRESS
vii iiiu HIV.V j . mat were learnus auu iu a j.aiim&
else coming to you as representative dltlon wIth large scantlings. The
3t of the Globe is an impostor. residents in that part of Nashville
? r.i ftCF DIIRI IRHING COMPANY. ,j v.
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morning they would awake and find
that, the building bad fallen of its own
. ,vrA Mntee we eht. There can certainly De no
.... 1 l I comnlaint that the house has not
Master T. J. Mooay s oirtnaay party, j rg weU for like the
celebrating his 17th year, was largely s Qf 0e foregt u hag stood
attended by his classmates and friends J- . gevere wInters
of Mt. Herman School. He received . . , - , summers.
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some handsome presents from parents
and friends.
Mr. Ed Marble is very ill.
Mrs. Addie Satifleld is very ill with
iintoimiYnla.
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Mr anri Mrs. li. VV. iiamS CBltS'
It has given good account of itself as a
Rphnni for it is said that Roger Will-
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iams was among the first schools to
orrunv it. when it was called "The
Hantist College." Some of the old
residents say the building has been In
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National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
1 v i 1 . 1 1111 At j. x Ob.vji - I 1 miiirm i.ij uu 1 u
hrctoH the twelfth anniversary of their aotVo service for about 46 years
marriage, Jan. 12, 1907. The visitors When the college was moved the
were Mrs. Jannie Barker, Jr., Mrs. building was used as a district school
Minnie Barker, Miss Alice Eldridge, of untii the city grew and took up the
Indian, Md.; Mrs. Alice u. Mooay, district, maKing it a cityscuum, iui
Misses B H. Moody, V. L. Moody, E. which services it now appears to be
M Barker A. E. Barker, Messrs. T. unnt. This is not the only reason the
J ' Moody, 'Barcum Moody, T. Dortch, building should be abandoned as a
H L Strong, H. L. Moody and Prof, city school. One important - thing
w r. Wilkins The parlor was de- that renders it unfit is its most unde-
carated with cut flowers and ferns. I sirable and most awkward location;
COTa . . vcr n it. borders the territory which it is
S and had a very pleasant luncheon at
. vtr nnri Mrs. W. W. Frlerson's, Glen-
cliff, Tenn.
APPOINTMENT OF EUGENE T.
PAGE.
Postmaster A. W. Wills in making
up his new; appointments to fill vacan
cies caused by death and promotion,
did not fail to recognize the worthy
and efficient men in the service. One
of those to receive favorable recogni
tion and one of whom all Nashville
is proud, is Eugene T. Page, who has
v,epn in the service but a short while
and who has worked faithfully, and
$250,000 BUYS $1,500,000.
Albert Duling, Foreman Mailing
nt..lr.inTi n Vr rifAinAtOll r A OOlo( QTlt
c.nnfonont MoiUntr T"Hvls1nTV Who T.e trial ntnre of th.6 State 01
J. W. Thomnson, Assistant Superin- Tennessee is now grinding away eacn
tendent City Delivery System, salary day, save Saturday and Sunday. The
iiranco in 1 iftft nor annum. at tfiTiea does Some KOOd WOrK,
LU UC tuu yi jj - w- ill 1 1 1 txu t""
W. H. Dinwiddle, substitute clerk, a3 will be seen from the work done
to be promoted to probationary clerk. Thursday. After some fussing and
John A. Hullibarger, to be made newspaper controversy they agreed to
h- ,t nut the bait to catch the big fish.
James R. Morgan, salary to be in- what will the Negro get out of the
a 7fin nor nnnnm! Walter fammn Peabodv fund? It seems tnat
... , oi-.f. t-i! u v. r nons mnn4.tnr. nf ii i di is even made
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has, it is said, mdue a ytry &uuu c au.ff(11. a siioO: William Mc- educational money of the state. Ttn-
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possible to reach the school with a
wagon or buggy even in summer.
The pedestrians find they have quite
a bargain to get over the rocks and
nrnffs to reach the building.
The citizens of the third wara PLATE 2.
are on bended knees, asking the au- howg a yery popuiar design for
thorities to not only remodel the 0 o 0 F Lodges. Front made
building, but to move It on a better Gfwhite flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
street, say either Jackson or Jeffer- tain Df red silk. Painted in gold leaf
son, between Twelfth avenue, North, and oil colors, back of red banner sateen,
and Eighteenth avenue, North. Either brimmed with imported gold lace, fringes
of these would give an ideal location tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cross-
and would uaiancc uy uijiuiivu ua", ramtuvcr uuu uuitci. vvv
He 'went in as a substitute, was then
promoted to a probationai cienc
ship, and now he receives the ap
pointment as a regular clerk. This
scores one for Nashville. It will be
seen that proper recognition is given
to our people when they go in with
a determination to win, when they
decide to win in spite of environ
ments. The Postmaster also recommended
1, fnrwurinf nrnmotions to fill the
.,i rofiQ vnpjint. bv the death of
Capt. L. L. Terry, Superintendent of
the Mailing Depai'tment, and Edward
.,iir f iho Tnnev Order Division,
and the vacancies occasioned by the
promotions:
. i-vr t n'Pnilnp-nfln. Assistant Sup-
t u. v ""r ' , .
nf Mails to be nromoted
to the position of Superintendent 01
Money Order Division,
w t niiiseock.. Transfer Clerk
Railway Mail Service, to be trans
ferred to the position of Superinten
dent Mailing Division.
the probationary list were made per
manent and their salaries raised
u anauer, tu j.,xuv, rrxxx v tuuva,. - oni1i,,pril
Kinstrv. to $1,200. nessee gives less iuu
v ' . 1 1 . ii XT enh ri- c
Several carriers who have Deen on state to tue
It appears
THE
COMMIT
that the white people of Tennessee
will lose their religion and Dreait some
of all of the Ten Commandments in
gobbling up the famous Peabody fund
for whites only,
rrv, 11 rational Committee of. the
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House of Representatives Thursday
WHITE FOLKS
CRIME, TOO.
t onomo tiiat the white criminal el
Ll DCllig (,inx , . 1 jijUk)C W 1 1' ' " " "
om0nt hn tripd to eo their negro nmiryr nnanimouslv recommended
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1 . kiUn I 11.. il-vrtl.ir.r-l liv
criminal contempoirariHs uu ucti f0r pasgage tue um muuuuvw
fooi Kontomner nitrni. T,.,.r.ifcitiiTo mpi; rov. au nuwu-
SI11LC Liiau iului v-" iWUlcociuttu' ... ' -
t, i.? 11., nrima in the prim- msii nfirt fnr the FeanoflV LOiiee
JTlaUtKJaiijr ctcij " cLUUfe yiuy.vw- -
inal code has been committed by for feachers, this being one of the
some white outlaw during tne monuis conditions precedent to eceiviuS
following the riot, uuring tne past $1,500,000 endowment muu uum
week a white bride of four weeks' Peabody Board. This is a white
honeymoon elopes with another man school. Where will any of the Ne-
and leaves the groom grief-stricken jrr0 colleges profit and where will the
and betrayed. Another white woman Negro teacher get his training?
.. ,li,1 fnr rrmrnW onr! two whltft Tia fntnm1ttee met in the Office Of
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men about town indicted tor arson, the State Superintendent of Public 1
,.M0f 1 DMidolrh1fi ontrR L,fn nt thf Hanitol with a full at-
(I lltllV UOl 1U i. lililUVMl vv.v l v a- -
Aa o irtor whpn 1 TiiQrrp nf TYipmbers. Consideration
refused throws a bomb demolishing 0 the reabedy appropriation bill was
the institution, wrecks the building I first taken up, and the vote in favor oi
rMidren coming from the end of Jef
ferson street or from the extreme
northwest. The neighborhood is
adapted to school purposes. There are
hundreds of Negro tamilies, an own
ing their own property, living in tne
vicinity just described. JUove and re
build Knowles School for Greater
Nashville's sake.
meet in 2 of iiarcnts and taxpayers
of the third ward has been called for
an early date to take such steps as
will properly bring the matter up for
consideration this spring and summer.
Those having children attending the
school arc being urged to be present,
lest they may be forced to take out
accident policies for their children at
tending Knowles School in its present
unsafe condition.
to $75. Any of the above Banners will be
made lor any otner organization at odiut
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board, ;
R. II. BOYD, Secretary.
523 Second Ave N. Nashville, Tenn.
LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.
Th T.nriies Relief Society, of East
Mochviiie will hold its next meeting
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Monday, January in, at tne rcsiuemw
r.f Mrs. Ellen Vance, No. 52 Seventh
street. The society is moving on
nicely and doing much good In the
way of relieving tne poor aim uuj.
Mrs. Mary J. Marshall.. Pres.
Mrs. Mary Nunnelly, Sec'y.
AFTER TWENTY YEARS.
After an absence of twenty years.
Mr. El A. Hassan, of Peorir, 111., re
turns to his boyhood home in search
of his sister and relatives. He Is on9
of the leading caterers of the West.
He has been the guyst of his cousin,
Mrs. R. P. Moore, 1605 State Rtreet,
After beinsr entertained and seeing the
many places of interest, he goes to
join his family in Chicago before re
turning home.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S BOARD.
Mrs. A. B. Carter, President of Worn
an's Board of Mercy Hospital, requests
all the members to meet Tuesday
evening, January 22, at 3 o'clock in
Dr. R. F. Boyd's office. y
MRS. I. E. ALSUP, Sec' jr. ;

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