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LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGE K OP P.
Q. C.J. P. CRAWFORD
706 Baas Street. Nashville, Tenn
G. V. C.L M. STEGALL,
Humboldt, Tenn.
P. G. C. J. XL LaPUADE.
Chattanooga, Tenn
G. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND.
Box 148. Brownsville, Tenn.
G. M. or E. B. F. JOHNSON.
850 E. 8th Street, Chattanooga. Tenn.
G. L. J. M. EASTERMNO.
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn
G. K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN.
124-126 E. 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn
G. M. A. JOHN SINGLETON,
Knoxville, Tenn
, G. I. G. A. T. HILL,
Pulaski, Tenn.
G. M. R. E. GEE,
Nashville, Tenn.
G. O. G. A. W. GLEiAVES,
Nashville, Tenn.
G. Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER.
Nashville, Tenn
G. M. R. DR. A. M. TOWNSEND.
614 Webster St.. Nashville, Tenn.
2-23-06-utf
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Roy
nolds, Pres., W. L. Cansler. Sec'y..
B. F. Johnson, Treas.. B J. Fernandls
DAMON LODGE. NO 2. K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ner of Fifth and Capitol avenues. th
' DnAAn A rr A .Y. TXT A J . - A
wu aim iuuiiu vv KUiirMlitjrH OI SaCD
month.
J. W. BLAINE. C. C.
- .V W. L. CANSLER, K. of R. & 8
STRINGER LODGE; NO. .
Meets at Burrus Hall, corner
of
Cedar and McLemore streets, second
and fourth Mondays of each month
DR. P. R. BURRUS. C. C.
W. A. JAMES. K. of R. & S
3-16-06 utf
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. 8.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ntv of Fifth and Capitol avenues, tht
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month.
J. F. IRONS. C. C.
J. E. MILLER, K. or P.. and S.
31 -06 utf
TTREE LODGE. NO 11.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, coi
ner of Fifth and Caplto) avenues, th?
first and third Wednesdays of eacr
month.
W. H. ALLISON, C. C.
J. B. SMITH, K of R. & 8.
2 23-06 utf.
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cornei
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the flrr
and third Mondays cf ca'"h month.
. JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
A. L. HADDOX. K or R. and 8
2-2J 06-utf
PURITY LODGE. NO. 42. K OF P
Meets at the Iyt.hlan Temple, cornei
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Tuesdavn of each month.
PMLEY TURNER. C. C.
W. M. ALLEN, K. of R. and a
3-2-06-utf
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
'Hill ind Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each mouth.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO. 72. K
OF P.
Mefs at the Pvthlan Tpmple. corn
of Fifth and fnnltol nTennes. nwon1
and frtvtrth Mondnvo of rnoh month
DR. T. A. McMTLT AN, C. C.
THOMAS C MOORE. K of R
and S.
2-23-nfi utf
P.ITV R Y. P. U. ORGANIZED.
, ; 'NMfihvnio for vniinfr
people was held In the Sunday school
ronmq of Mt Olive Bantist Church,
Snnrtnv nfternonn. Februarv 17. The
meetlne was culled to O'-der at 2:30 p
m . bv Rev. W. L. Craft, who Is the
Field Secretary of the B. Y. P. U.
Board. At this meeting a long step in
the rieht direction was made, which
resulted in the organisation in Nasri-
L . . iiml. .
viiia vchnt win iio known as "ine
City B. Y. P. U." Every Uaptist
Church in the city has been invited to
loin and in fact, all save one or two
HUE l '" - - ..
were represented either in person or
jiiv T110XV at tne mn'uu., mmnaj. .w..
i - 1 1 -ur T?ov
llC H. Clnrk, the pa?ior, towerin:-;
'he does above all others, encouraged
Ithe movement in the most hearty way
1 the movetn
i possible. An excellent program was
Irrn Vred. An openlnt cherus was sung
Ibv the Mt Olivo choir. .Scripture wa?
1 rAd by Rev. C. K. Wilson Then
A song ii y me cuu ,
IMIIUV '' . , I
' j thm came tne usnifM"", ,.- r" , . mnii,
ThP Union a Factor In the Mission- The meeting was the f-cond of the t08-
;rv Develonmenl of our Denomimi- reason, the club being recen, organ- Uut lD
'itlon This discussion was led by ized the previous week at the home of losophy
j -ii.onitnn it r i n wu v huh ikiihv rvr hi t:. rrin imi r .it. i
MASONIC WIDOW AND ORPHAN HOME.
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Revs. Clark. Slaughter. Harding. Parr.
Page and Matthews, and Rev. Draine
and others were invited to make
speeches on the subject. Miss Maud
Roberts, of Walden University, was
present and sang "Teach Me Thy
Way" sweeter than it has ever been
heard In Nashville. "Our Needs was
discussed by Dr, Ei, W, D. Isaac, the
Corresponding Secretary of the. B. Y.
r. u. tioara. Mrs. l. a. Davis piayeq
an instrumental solo. Possibly the
most interesting and entertaining
piece on the program was the trio by
Miss Reed, Mrs. Henderson and
Dr. A.
M. Townsend. Their voices
charmed the
audience. Every one I
strained their ears to catch every note
ml uic wcci inuBiu Mixuv ujr tucui. I
4V.V n.Avl M.inU V 4V
nominatedTan.d while TheT were out.
Miss M. M. Kimball, of Louisville. who
reDresents the Woman's Auxillarv
Convention, addressed the audience.
Thft committee renorted the followlnz
officers as the first for the ensuing
year: J. Blaine Boyd, ML Olive
Church, President; Miss Mattie Mat-
thews, Tabernacle Church, First Vice
President; Mr. Jesse Voorhees, Kayne
Avenue Church, Second Vice Presi-
dent; Mr. Wm. Cantrell, St. John Bap-
tist Church. Third vice President;
Miss Maggie Stubbs, First Baptist
Church, Recording Secretary; E. W.
jj. Isaac, Jr., Spruce Street Baptist
unurcn, corresponding secretary; miss
i rn ,i Willi r.n tMr, nv...nni.
vLiiLnua vv luiaino, r u 01 uayuoi vjuui tu,
Kast Nashville, Treasurer; Mr. wm.
bnemeid. New nope nurcn, onons-
ter; ur. a. m. lownsena, .spruce
street Baptist Church. Organist.
It was agreed that the Union would
meet once per montn and tnat one
month's notice would be given for all
luuiinea w.iiicpiuc eycwdi duujculo
ana present tneir claims ior tnose on
'ng will be called together promptly at
3 o'clock. Indications are that a large
number of young people will be
vrought Into this working organiza
tion. '
THE JOLLY SIX.
The Jolly Six were entertained Fri
'ay night, February 15, by a number
of young men at the residence of Miss
intllfln Wnrrnvea 1inR TCavne nve-
Matilda Hargraves. 1106 Kayne ave
nue. Those present were Misses Cella
'lendly, Mary A. Cheers, Matilda Har
graves, Ophelia Alexander, Sarah Gar
ner. , I ona Gant, Maggie Hargraves.
Messrs. Robert Martin, Aaron Brad-
ford. John Weslev Franklin. Hicks.
Morton. Horace. James Watson and
Dr. Reynolds. A beautiful collation
was served and dancing was indulged
In until a late hour.
NICELY ARRANGED DINNER,
Mrs. Minnie D. Woodard enter
talned at dinner Sunday, February
17th in celebration of her birthday
V tempt'ng menu of four courses was
... 3 tnif ttfullir A sfvr 4- A
rveu iruui uedummi; uwwaici
.1... . . , .J J
'.a me. a coior-scneme ui reu nuu
white was carried out in the decora-
ions and the place cards, of red
pnd white valentine. hearts, seated
M-nnnri rne ran e were Misses te m
. ...... v --'r ------ -t
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Bessie Chester and Mrs. Woodard-
J
TWtNlltln utniUKT wnisi
CLUB.
rru nmMnav nr,'r vM.t nu
lilt: i rvrnui m vcuiui j ioi. vi 14 v
ot at the home of the president: Miss
John D. Blackwell; 39 1-2 Wharf ave-
ni v.. tA
W 7 V.
A jV':."--V.,"'
$a-; A'. x V ' .-. , '
t iJ : ill a Al- r W i ?
program ineurbi "iUIlui'f .m.eei ?B marks on the temnerance letrlslatlon. Mens of
. mi a l xi. 1.. l '
r , Pn rem .rcn i , wn cn is tne MR John Worlf if1 thnt th" rfirpn h p
' h vd sunoav m Mrcn. at tne rieas- , " , . : . , 'e w
. .. . . . rrreat rrimn u-n. fostered hv the HrinU f- fcw
-nt ureen uaptist unurcn. rne meet- r " ,T,:: .., ,,;
'" " v"" -, jo'-if'C--, i
'; 'VV.fI, ' .. if ' -"ft- r - ' t'4
LOCATED THREE MILES FROM NASHVILLE ON THE LEBANON PIKE.
'Mrs. Rpbt. C. Eason. After the busi-
ness of, the evening was over, a colla-
tion of sandwiches, cake, wine and
black, coffee, was served. The club ad-
journed with thanks to the hostess for
her pleasant hospitality. Those pres-
ent were Mesdames Robt. C. Eason,
Eugene Clayton and Thos. Ewlng,
Misses Bettle Warren. Willie Mai
Turner, Anna, Dunlap, Alberta Dunlap
ana Annie uneeK, Messrs. i. a. ii;w
ing, J. W. Foster, R. C. Eason, Eu-,
gene Clayton, Guy Bordenhammer,
Wymon Brady, John Russer and Eben
Hudson.
f ranp.fr willard memorial
The women, of , the , colored W. C.
m tt i tinnl,j Prto.rocroHT,o1
Church Sunday afternoon to rejoice
rvc' "lc ?C6'Ctia mi "".V "" tr
Tnoves saloons trom tne vicinity
of our two universities, dear to our
heart. FIsk and Walden. Now It will
De a delight to live in the suburbs; as
tne saloon nuisance win De removed,
. Mrs. u. ti. rnuiips gave an address
on The Lire and Influence or Frances
Willard, also a glimpse of "Rest Cot-
tage" mint ny miss wiuara. impas-
stoned speeches were made In the dis-
cusslon which followed, by Miss Nan-
nle Perkins, who took the ground
that the bitter taste alone of beer
makes it repulsive to children and
tney would never drink It if their
I! . ... i .1 ,
1 parents Old noi encourage ll Dy exam -
ble. She owes her abhorrence to all
feUch habits from the example and
training of her sainted mother.
' Mrs. Sawvers snoke of her love for
the work an(1 hftr intention of stlrklne
un tnp w p t tt Mrs PinrV and
otherg Bpoke on the corning w c x
convention to Nashville.
Aftpr VciV ,Tr nnnAa inefriw.Hv0 ro.
habit. She then sang feelingly, "We'll
overcome some day." Mrs. Phillips;
Chairman of the Committee on Homes
fn. tV - PmiTTnnttin nnlln n moor, mnn
iui nit; vvii v c:iii.iuii, vaiio a. maaa iuclt
ing the third Sunday. W. C. T. U.
will meet in Rev. Mr. Fields' church
the second Sunday in March. The
Sarah J. Early section will discuss the
cigarette habit."
Signed by the Corresponding Secre-
f M n w rr..trhpr
lary' W1S" U' W rulCQPr,
LET BRAINS AND REASON HAVE
THE FRONT SEATS.
It looks like the Nashville, Tenn.,
Globe is bound to be the ablest journal
hmblishcd south of Mason and Dixon's
line This is another verification of
the fact that it does not take great
!lp' imtont ch octa with nhont 10(1(1 pins
of original matter to make a hit. It
used to be the big, portly, high-hat
)roniinent-mouthed Negro preacher
who could yell the loudest that was
onsideied a mighty fine preacher, but
that age even among our people has
I' i All T .. 1. 1 i
usseu. aii iNecro urcacners nao to
I .
do at one time, not many years ago,
anu some places yet, was to open "de
T3ible" and turn to I. John or John "de
Heverlater," and take his text. Then
i j
ituve ma itM, sjfte (mc, auu uuiiimeiice
' uraying like an ass, talking of "de
land of milk and horiey where there
will be no laboring nor sin, etc. Then
off shouted the sisters, and Bro. Isaac
'o.W execute a few monkey antics,
I ' t.i j . , .
ace into various shapes.
J""i. uovvn oe nn:,
l;aze I know d you am dar wid de
this age we want reason, phi
and sound doctrine, based on
i
historical and scientific facts. The
same is true of papers people want
some brain manifested, we are sorry
to assert that in our dear old Spring-
field, we are not immunes from this
61d idiotic age in some of our pulpits
There should be an educated trustee
board ' also. Relegate old Mr. Ienora
mu3 to the rear and he will like his
place. The Springfield (111.) Forum
AS A WOMAN SEES IT.
Government by Presidential Message
Is certainly the proper designation of
the present administration.
"Unwritten law" that law which
rnnvrta Mocrrnoa Innnnont r cnilltv
but always sets white men free
when the Senator from Tennessee
with the red head, Carmack, by name,
retires March 4th, he can, go home and
In his leisure time finish repealing the
u bin Amendment
when Sheriff Shlpp of Chattanooga.
Und his companions, the "murderers,"
"assassins" and "lynchers," go to
Washington to appear before the Su
preme Court to show cause why they
should not be punished for contempt,
we wonder what sort of entertainment
and reception . will again be accorded
tnese "murderers and "assassins ' Dy
I 11.. t- 1 1 1. il. tt o. . o
I i"c riesmeui ul uie uuiicu OLauea;
Maybe after our dearly beloved
strenuous, "sauare deal" President
has attacked all the little commercial
and railroad truets. he will direct At
tornev General Bonanarte. Mr. Purdv
and his associate to investigate the
great Southern Sufferage Trust, which
has robbed nearly a million black cit
their ballot and has set aside
mnnlled the Constitution which
ore to enforce. The Richmond
(Va.), St. Luke Herald
A TRUE FRIEND OF THE RACE.
Prof. Helen C. Morgan, a teacher
at Fisk University who has labored
there for nearly thirty-eight years, is
the guest of the Principle and Mrs
Washington at their home, "The
Oaks," having come here to see some
'bins nf the work of the school on the
first vacation she has had since ner
connection with the University. She
bears the further and unique distlnc
tion of not having missed a recitation
intll her present absence, since being
't Fisk. Miss Morgan spoke for a few
ilnutes to the teachers and students
t the regular evening service in the
Student.
NEGRO JURORS FOR FLORIDA.
We have been authoratively in
oirred that Lawyer I. L. Purcell of
racksonville. has secured a decision
from the Supreme Court of the state
relative o Negroes being drawn for
grand and petit jury service in all
the counties in the state. Through
Mr. Purcell's efforts, colored men are
'rawn for jury duty in Escambia, but
the latest supreme decision covers
he entire state. Lawyer Purcell has
accomplished some good work In Flo7-
'da in behalf of the race. The Pen
saoola, Florida Sentinal.
THE, USUAL WAY.
Yes they are white regular soldiers.
ho raldp'i the homes of the colored
"itir.ms of Columbus, Ohio, recently
"nd deroljshed their property, fired
.'(fit. as tbcv pleased, broke out win
dows and. destroyed saloons. Kentuc
ky Reporter.
FEIST SILHOUETTES.
There is locked up in durance vile.
n dungeon dark and damp, J. Herman
eist, rormerly a popular physician of
tie city, who is "Guilty of murder in
the first degree," said twelve of hip
ellow-countrymen in their verdict Sat
urday morning, February 16. This
man, standing in the shadow of the
gallows with a rope about his neck, so
to speak, and casts slurs and makes
nsinuating remarks about his less .
guilty "brother in black."
When asked by a reporter of one of
the daily papers how did he fare dur
ing his first night in prison after his
conviction, replied that he got along
as wen as could be expected in such a
place, with the exception of being dis
turbed by "the rats and Negroes."
were it the "rats and Negroes" that
disturbed the innocent dreams of Dr.
eist? He said that he saw creeninir
shadows pass his window. Were those
the "silhouettes" of the escaping pris
oners? or were they the hallucinations
or his alleged and proven crimes?
In one of Shakespeare's great crea
tions based upon fact, it is said, he
told of Clarence of royal lineage who,
wnen mewed up in the Tower of Lon
don, had a dream a dream so fright
ful and so horrid that it racked his
soul, n it he thoucht himself in hell
in which the souls of those whom he
had slain on earth had gone and who
seeing him coming shrieked out, there
comes Clarence, false, fleeting, npr-
Jured Clarence, seize upon him furies
and give him to your sharpest tor
ments. On awakening he told his keep
er that so real was his dream, he
would not pass another such a night
for the wealth of all the world. It
was the souls of those whom he had
slain that made the dream of Clar
ence so terrible that he shook with
the fears and terrors of his ruthless
crimes.
Dr. Feist's innocent slumbers are
listurbed by (he stealthy creepings of
he rats and the uncanny noises of
sleeping Negroes. Is it not barelv
possible that the rats and Negroes are
the "silhouettes" of his crimes on
the window of his soul? His own
'ountrymen by their verdict for an
awful crime put him witnin the
disturbing radius of the rats and Ne
groes. PETITION IS DISMISSED.
The petition of Ida Cartwright to se
cure her release from the county jail
by writ of habeas corpus was heard by
ludee Cartwright in the Circuit on
Thursday. The petitioner alleged that
she had been arraigned before Judge
Baker in the City Court and bound
over to the Criminal Court without
testimony. Judge Cartwright held tint
't ws not denied that Judge Biker
had jurisdiction of the case and that
the remedy wiis in a court of appellate
tmisd'etion. The petition was dis
missed. R. 6, Martin & H. 8. Fite
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