THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1S07.
. - , r I Khodes scholarship at Oxford uulver
T uft NflSRVlllu UlODG. sit one of-if not tne leadlng educa-
fornlnf thn nnnnlntmont nt TvVo the
Published Ecry Friday in the Year Roon, . . p . . Ph,ln(lA,
a, Uud fellow nan, "- i - - -
nue, JNortn. issnvinc. cnu., (nja greclal:
THE CLOBE PUBLISHING CO. The Rhodes scholarship of the State
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i m niTTiP . .Editok raided to a colored man. He is
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r-mereo m ". vl u Tenei University.
Ire, "under the ct of CongrcM of March J. jn the provisions of the Will of the
879- Mate cecil Rhodes, it is stated that
. .. , olor or religion shall make no differ
No Notice taken of anonymou. contnbu- the selection of the candidate.
I Mill iiui rvc u na wuani uu ilia menus.
There were five who passd the ex-
Hd miinauons wmen were neu at La
One Year ?. oVptr nolleire on the 17th and 18th
One Month 05 f January, and of these Locke was
Single Copy rfemwl in host fitted to receive the
Notify the office when you fail to get you- scholarshin nrovides for a three
laper. I nnnrco of fWfnrrt TTnlirpriaJrv
ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED fi.owu a year Deing lis vaiue.
UPON APPLI CAllUW I 1-Lft 1 C Will UC U1C All Ob VW1U1VVA UiUU
madihc MAtt bates. to receive one 01 tne American unoaes
c cents per fcne lor eacn incruu. ,uuioiouii
ft cent per line for each insertion (black The new Rhodes scholar is 21
' , .... , v, t.Ven :n , vears old. He was born in this city
Contracts for l.ooo unci to oe wren in .
rr made at a cenu per line nd was . educated here. He entered
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Advertiiing copy shoo: A - w tiarvaru vj uiveiaiiy iu we wu w wui,
not later than Tuesday o a, m. of each week ?rQm Harvard he Will be graduated
net .Tune, having comnleted the
TO THE PUBLIC egular four years' course in three
Any erroneou. reHect.on , upon ,
ter, .landing or Fcp ur mmllfvlnir examlnailons were
lirm or corioranon, wmcu "-"t. t;t; i
columns of THE NASHViLLt 0LOWE taken by some fifty candidates. To
i gladly corrected upoj ,x.n - e ellgible for the examinations the
attention of the management J!Jb4 u.
Send correspondence for publication so jaiiuiua.ue aic- iu w
to reach tnis omce mouuaj. -- -tacnfu, ueiuic buiub imv icoiucuvo,
lrnStlha last the end of their sophomore
Thursday is press aay. i (tai at iv ivwhmou uv-oi v- o".."o
aii . monr nent us for publicatioi inivprsttv or colleee.
must be written only on one side of the pa rjg examinations arc a severe test,
per. and should be accompanied 1 by the nam nanA.Anta. knnwlpHa f nrlth.
of the contributor; not necessarily l, -.uF
cation, but as an evidence of good faith. rnetic, algebra, geometry, Greek, and
iatin being learned. Five of the
mdidates passed the last examination.
ii'rom these five it was for the se
ction committee to decide who
should receive the scholarship. The
andidates appeared before the com
mittee and their personal qualifica
tions were inquired into. Character
and manliness are as important quali
fications as scholarship, and a prefer
ence is give nio inose wno are popu
lar with their fellow-students and
have taken an active part in athletic
easily to work to his own discomfort.
Unless our opinion of fee man la
wrong, he will soon find, like his Il
lustrious leader, some way to modify
his governmental ownership theory.
The Penrose court-martjoliiis Its
humorous side. Col. McDonald who
"13 so brave that he' would not hesitate
to charge hell with one bucket of
water," was so wrought up over being
called a "contemptible coward" by
Penrose that he went post-haste from
Austin, Tex., to San Antonio and then,
having reached San Antonio, turned
right around and went back to Austin.
McDonald Is a regular old Bob Acres.
bl $ BfrAsaVA 6 6 4 t
THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC t
IS NOW OPEN.
Instructions and LcsBons given, in Pianos Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Cuitar, Voice and Harmony.
NO. 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,
The attorneys for Dr. Feist have I
asked for a new trial. One of their
allegations in the writ they filed last
Saturday is that the Jurors were sup
plied with four quarts of whisky daily
during the trial, The Jurymen, if the
allegations be true, certainly love
booze. They must be ardent prohibi
tionists who are trying to destroy all
the fire-water in Nashville.
(North Spruce St.)
MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
TERMS OF 190&-1907. $2.00 Per Month.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
t I I
J. H. Copeland, Prop.
The season is here when the Most
High Potentates, Most Excellent
Czars, Chief Muck-a-Mucka and their
staffs will array themselves In all the
finery of their great offices and inarch
through the streets to hear annual
sermons. It is a great thing to be an
officer in a lodge this time of year.
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Pine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main 41S0.
Interest was revived in the Senate
Committee's investigation of the
shooting ud of Brownsville, by a re
port sent out from Galveston, Tex
that one of the discharged men had
confessed that he participated In the
raid and implicated several other
members of Company B, to which he sports
claimed to have belonged. An inves
tigation of the report showed that' it
wa3 simnly a newspaper fake worked
up by a reporter on oue of the Galves
ton papers. The man charged with
making the confession was not one of
the discharged soldiers, nor had he
ever been in the military service of
the United States.
The investigation . at Washington
and the court-martial cf Maj. Penrose
which is being held at San Antonio,
Texas, have not brought any reliable
evidence so far that would Justify the
extraordinary punishment inflicted
upon soldiers by President Roosevelt
But, on the contrary, most of the tes
timony has been very favorable to the
discharged men, while the citizens of
Brownsville have been put in the light
of hating the Negro soldiers to such
an extent that they were ready to
The soldiers, it has been shown,
were considered as a Latural prey for
the police. The white infantrymen
who preceded the discharged black
battalion, had frequent clashes with
the civil officers over gambling games.
If a soldier won from one of these
"greaser" policemen, he seldom en
Joyed the fruits of his luck, for more
often than otherwise he was beaten
over the head with the butt of a re
volver and then arrested. One sol
dier was murdered, and it is said that
though the slayer never left the town
he was not even arrested.
What the outcome of the Senate
Committee of Investigation will be
cannot be safely predicted at this
time, for the greater part of the evi
dence taken so far is similar to that
upon which Roosevelt based bis fa
mous order of discharge without hon
or ex parte. But one thing is cer
tain, Brownsville's reputation as a
city composed of high-class citizens is
We extend our slncerest congrat
ulations to Mr. James G. Blaine Boyd.
the affable member of the Globe's staff,
who took unto himself a wife this
week. We hope that his wedded life
will prove as happy as the wedding
ceremony was beautiful.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Z in it
To Responsible Personson Their
Own Notes Business Confidcntal.
After holding up for a few weeks,
the lynching fever has broken out
again. Monroe, La., and a little two- T.i m.,i. (Hunt w. u;n r.ii .n Van.
I VIVV lit U V 11 lit VWti fH
SOI FOURTH AYEXUE, NORTH.
It seems next to the impossible to
harmonize Gov. vardaman with the
federal ownership of all the railroads.
but such is the fight he is making in
his effort to beat John Sharp win
ams for the senatorial nomination in
Mississippi. His highly advertised an-
by-four place in Arkansas had a trip
le and double lynching respectively
this week. At the latter place the vic
tims were women. - j
It Is a source of regret to the news-
fraternity that Col. E. E. Cooper, the
veteran newspaper man has been cut
off from his berth in the Census De-
GORDON & CO.
partment at Washington. Wie hope
tipathy for the Negro which has stood u wm t somethIng tter.
him so well in all his political battles
thus far would naturally lead one to
xpect that no other nun In public lire if there is a city in the country t?:nfier Dlease return to Globe
iiuin mo uuui v -jjv.o iiiixi, utia iiosuei waiei ui on ecu vu li
the Hen. Benjamin Ryan Tillman of taining more dust than Nashville, we
South Carolina would so violently would like to hear Its name. "
Either at Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church or at the resi
dence of Mr. J. Blaine Boyd
Wednesday, Marcn zu, a
blue pin with lady's head.
oppose tne rauroaa iaea au-
vanced by Mr. Bryan upon his re
turn from his trip around the world.
But Vardaman favors iL
Evidently, with the governor of
Hcieelnnl fhp nffirA la the main thins
any method to ue rid or tneir
and he is willing to go almost any
length in hip campaign pledges to se
cure votes. luis nas Deen cieany
demonstrated by his plea that the
taxes of the state be prorated for ed
ucational purposes between the races
in accordance to the amount paid by
eadi into the state Treasury and his
advocacy of the repeal of the Four
teenth and Fifteenth Amendments to
the United States Constitution. But
why should he favor the governor
mental ownership of railroads? We
'annot conceive that such a program
The concert to the Tennessee Legis
lature given by Fisk University came
dangerously near being a "Jim crow"
office or Wm. Franklin, at
National Baptist Publishing
House, and receive a liberal
lave You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble Yon?
Do You Need Glasses?
OB HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE W.TTH YOUR
WES, EARS, NOSE
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
A DESERVING PROMOTION.
Nashville has lost one of its enter
prising young men in the person of
Mr. Arthur G. Price. Mr. Price after
being besieged with flattering offers
from several firms in the State, was
persuaded to accept a position as man
ager of the People's Steam Laundry
in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Price began
with the Economical Steam Laundry in
this city about six years ago. Al
though a young man, he worked ear
nestly, diligently and untiringly until
he built up the trade of this institu
tion to be a paying investment. He
, , ,vii wa well ;iuu lavuiauiv iviiuvyu amuug
would meet the approval of the white I. . . QM n . r'v M Pr,
decided to accept this position. After
he had gone to Memphis and investi
gated the prospects he decided at once
that he would better himself by going
to a city where there seemed to be a
greater possibility for the Negro in
that line of work. Then, too, the pro-
voters of his state. For under the
ireneral government the "Jim crow"
car would be compelled to go and
color would be no bar to holding po
sitions such as engineers and conduct
A COLORED BOY'S SUCCESS.
It is a source of pride to hear of the
success of the young men of our race
when brought in competition with the
members of the other race. It is es
pecially gratifying to hear of the sue
rooa nf Alnln LeRoy Ifcke, of Phlla
in the competition for a
It would appear that the long-haired prietors of the People's Steam Laun
1.1 . If Ul U ,1 1 A J 1
JmUvMiml whn nminips thfi nos t on ry at meiiiyiua nau uivenieu a. migc
of Chief Executive of the State in
amount in up-to-date machinery and
were in a position to compete with any
Mississippi is playing for the support institution of the kind in that city,
ot that element in the democratic Mempnis, 01 course, nas anout bu.uuu
,.a.tv vuhoh ia pnnr.mrpri -aHh wuHnm Negroes and a large per cent, of these
Jennings Bryan, on this question Just
as ne uses tne repeal 01 me war
amendments an impossible thing
to capture the class familiarly known
as "hill billies." It seems strange
though that'he should use a plank In
his platform which i3 liable to act
as a boomerang that would put a qui
etus on his race problem enuncia
tions a plank that could be used
patronize the People's Steam
dry. They were suffering for
HIS SIXTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY.
'Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Landers enter
tained In honor of Dr. R. H. Boyd last
riday evening, March 15. It was Dr.
Boyd's sixty-first birthday, so his chil
dren in Nashville arranged a 6 o'clock
dinner in his honor much to his sur
prise. Mr. A. T. Landers was the
only guest outside of the family pres
ent. NEW ORDER FROM WASHINGTON
There has been a new order from
the Postmaster General to take effect
in April. The order Is that no spe
cial delivery stamps will be needed to
secure special delivery service, simply
add an additional ten cents In postage
to the letter or package and mark
"Special Delivery" and the govern
rcent will do the rest
To S. H. Prewitt:
As the owner of lot No. 6, situated
n the 8th Ward of the city of Nash
ville. Davidson County. Tennessee
fionting 30 feet on the east side o
McNairy street, B. & W. Plan, extend
ing back 130 feet to an alley between
parallel lines, you are hereby notified
that unless you appear at my office
at the Court House, In the city of
Nashville, Tennessee, on or before the
soth dav of May. 1907. and pay the
sum. of JG.93 State and County and al
other taxes assessed against said land
together with all Interest, penalties
and costs Incurred, including this no-
Nashville to furnish the long-felt
want to the "City on the Bluff." It is
with much regret to Mr. , Price's
friends that he must be spared from
among them, but they are all Joined In
a hearty good wish for his success.
Fully twenty young people spent the
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Price be
fore train time making the last hours
In bis home city very pleasant
ROOMS 2 and 3
petent manager. Thus it was left for, tlce of publication, as now provided by
law. vour right to redeem the same
chnii he forever barred, and deed to
same will be at once executed by me
to Kate M. Shelton, the purchaser of
snld lnnd for the year 1903.
Witness my hand at my office this
ICth day of March, 1907.
L. M. HITT,
Circuit Court Clerk.
By W. B, Cook. P, C,
Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry tte Best Stock o! Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
The Handsomest Line o! Cloaks
316 Jo Johnston Ave.
Meals Served in All Styles.
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
SAMUEL SIGNER, Prop. 3-8-07 .
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