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"All things come to them that wait, providing they bustle while they wait."-Charles W. Anderson. "Get out of our sunshine." R. H. Boyd.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1907.
FOREIGNERS BRING WITH THEM
.. THEORIES OF THEIR OWN
WMrh nra lnrnmiatiklo uIth Hnr Insignificance. II
mihvii uiv iMtuiHHuumv imu vui o anarchlsm; it wm be-the problem
cotton and rice fields and other indus
tries. She has long desired to sup
plant the Negro with the foreigners
flocking to this country. But they
have refused to come to her open and
outstretched arms, despite her flatter
ing offers and inducements. But when
they do come, after being driven out
of New York, Chicago and the other
great congested centers, and fill up
the hamlets, villages, towns and cities
of the South, she will have a problem
on her hands beside which her so
called Negro problem will pale into
It will be the problem
Form of Government.
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO DEL
UGED WITH CRIME RESULT
OF GOVERNMENT'S FOLLY IN
- ITS POLICY Of UNINTERRUPT. trol9 the destiny 'f men lg golng to
work out the salvation of the Negro
of life and death, such as New York
and Chicago are f utilely wrestling with
to-day; It will be a problem, which
will take the combined strength of all
her native people, black and white, to
successfully cope with. Let those who
wish be skeptical, yet He who con-
ED AND INDISCRIMINATE IN-
FLUX OF IMMIGRATION-SOUTH
DESIRES TO SUPPLANT THE
NEGRO WITH THESE ANAR
here, and acceptably, here where he
was brought without the least thought
as to whether he wanted to come or
not. Steadily and surely the plans of
a. Brent, nnrnntrolahle destinv Is un
For years foreign Immigrants have foldins. and when it shall have been
poured in one continuous stream to consummated the Negro will be there
the shores of America, until to-day rignt side up with care
minions or people not native to tne
soil form a startling per cent of its
population. These immigrants have
come from every country of the Old
World. They have brought with them
their customs, their crude mode of
Twenty-Two Districts are Repre
games in a tent in Miss Hoolbrooks'
yard. Cakes and ices were served by
Miss Katherine Steele and Mr. Donal
son Merrill. Those present were lit
tle Misses Aleen Hall, Alberta Wat-
kins, Roberta Dickerson, Ruth TJp-
shaw, Lillian Perkinn, Alice Jackson,
Dungey, Davis, Mayetta Al
TUTE AT LIVEOAK
lison, Ruth Lape, Iva Mai Dickerson, WHERE COLORED BOYS AND
Susie Berry and Consulla Merrill. rim nr mi i -rrrv
OIKLd IY1IUM DL tUUMlLU
The following is a list of colored
teachers in the county schools, with
their monthly salaries:
Second District Hopewell, H. G.
Allen, $30; Bryant Town, Miss Georgia
Third District Union, W. H. Card,
Fourth , District Stateland, Miss
Mary Ewing, $30; Hadley's Bend, Mrs.
Elvira Deberry, $30; Evan's Hill, Miss
Emilv L. C. Porter, $30.
Fifth District AntiochrMiss Hattle
Harram, $35; Mount Nebo; -Miss
Mamie Allison, $30.
Sixth District Rockvale, H. H.
Seventh District White's
W. R. Davis, $35.
street, entertained in honor of Mrs. WaS tStdbllSnCd bV rfiendS Weaf-
w. R. stokes, or umcaeo, ana Mrs.
Ceorsre Stokes, of Franklin. Those
present were Mesdames Luke F.
Vauehn, W. M. Stephson, Sarah
Woods and Misses Malinda Lee and
ly Thirty Years Ago.
COLORED CHILDREN PARDONED Thompson. $35.
Free meeting Aug. 12 at 1903 Jef
ferson street from eight o'clock to
ten, for working men only, under
direction of L. Green. .1. D.. Buckhan-
Chapel, an. Georfre Hall, Daniel Glover. M.
Holbrooks. All working men are Jn-
Eighth District Mt. Pisgah, J. E. vited to come. No boys allowed. Re-
Hill, $35; Brentwood, Mrs. Cora L. number date and place, Aug. 12; No.
Fields, $35; Providence, Miss Mayme -003 Jefferson street.
MRS. KENNEY NOW AT WORK TO
RAISE FUNDS FOR THE EREC
TION OF ADEQUATTE BUILD
INGS FOR THE ACCOMMODA
TION OF THE INCREASING AT
TENDANCE OF PUPILS FIRST
DOMESTIC x SCIENCE CONFER
ENCE FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS
TO BE HELD OCT. 7.
OUT OF PENITENTIARY BY
principal, $C0; Miss Selene McGavock, EFFACEMENT OF COBEA, THE
$30; Flatrock, Miss Lulu C. Frlerson,
Mrs. Maria C. Kenuey, of this city,
Is traveling extensively in the North
and West In the interest of the Flor
ida Institute at Liveoak, Fla., in Su
wanee County, near the famous Su
wanee Springs, on Suwanee River.
lhe school was established nearly
The effacement of Corea, the Her- thirty years ago by friends from the
Tenth District Boytown, Miss Geor- mit Kingdom, or rather Its absorption North, and still receives aid from the
gia A. Cash, $30. by Japan, is a sad fate for a race or American Baptist Home Mission So-
Eleventh District Hopewell, Miss people who haw had their separate ciety. 'ltie buildings and equipments
Arvella Chinn, $35; Dark Bridge, Miss Und distinct form of government in are entirely Inadequate for this rap-
Lena P. Merritt, $35; Otter Creek, their own countrv for many hundreds idly growing school or nearly four
Miss Sallie Thompson, $35. nf vears. But the mission of Prince hundred "students.
Twelfth District Browns, Miss Tviong Out and Yi Sang Sul, Corea s Thronsrh Mrs Kpnnev Q now
Pinkie Mayberry, $30. two rejected representatives at the tnm hnR - w n(1f1P(1 fn t1lo CW10
Thirteenth District Cruzen, Miss TTaeue Peace Conference, to the ncHrt Sfl,MM nr
v , . -n AAA 1 ... m I "'vuivkJUU Will TTUC LJl
ljuriie page, TTnited States to enlist her
Fourteenth District-Bellview, G. W. with the Japanese program and save " "I.:.
Vernon, $35; Pasquo, Miss Nannie P. t0 them Rnft tTielr reople their coun- T tT'rJ -
By the unprecedented clemency of
thinking, their deferred or shattered Gov. Patterson the following lads
hopes, their animosities and their an- (mere children who should have been
archistic tendencies; they have come in a reformatory) were turned out of
to better their conditions in this boast- the penitentiary this week,
ed land of freedom and of plenty, or Will Robertson, Franklin county,
wreck organized society and pour the age 10 years.
"milk of sweet concord into hell;" Willie Duncan, age 13 years, David-
they have come to realize their hopes son County.
or blot out the hopes of others. The Prince Munford, age 14 years, Da
bulk of this immigration is made up vidson County.
of the riffraff of the countries from Lawrence Lockhart, age 11 years,
which it came. The majority of these Shfilbv Countv.
people when they landed could not Tom Brown, aee 13 vears. Davidson lR.e "f ' 1," WJZ conference Is to be held Oct. 7.
snfiak t.hft lansWe of the countrv in nt, vlLL oa T.i? tt 16 a uu.?. has been
which they came to dwell; they had no Sam Henderson, age 13 years, SheL
well-denned conception or tne govern- by County.
ment of the people, nor of their modes Frank Prewitt, age 13 years, David
nor customs; they had heard Utopian SOn County.
Stories of the grandeur, and treedom or Clifton Winston, age II years, Knox
tne so-caned "land or me iree ana County,
nome or tne orave," and tney came Lee Clayton, age 11 years, Shelby
witn tne most extravagant areams ana -County.
nopes wnicn were aesunea never to dc Johnson Jennings, age 13 years,
reanzea or iuiniiea. wnen mese lor" Knox County
eign nordes Become aisiuusionea ana Lee RobinsoIlf age 14 years. Mont-
Fifteenth District Jimtown, Mrs.
obIt-aA Anil rt TPawvmmm'
the United States has troubles of Its of .
IWI1 W1LI1 IlltlU iitllU v '-
Rachel Anderson, $35; Mt. Zeno, Mr. f " F;t Vhlch are causing her a good ' 1 . UT
W. C. Wilkins, principal, $35; I. V. ltujS She" knows if Wl' of' Charles, Stewart and
Ileal III hUlHUUUtr. our; imiwvyo ii (-.ft,-- 1onjnr mon on I nrnmAn nyn
Sixteenth District Cedar Grove,
Miss Lillie Thompson, $30
Seventeenth District Rock Hill, Mr.
J. E. Miller, principal, $40; Miss Es
ther Polk Berry, ?3tt
their hopes shattered, reaction sets in
These colored boys, with almost as
Eighteenth District Rock City, W.
P. Rose, principal, $10; Miss Lulu a.
Nineteenth District Brlerville, Ed-
of Japan, she Is up asalnst a tough S,cl subJcct3 M the
proposition. I 0,, tt m tt.
The two Corean representatives. VZ "rJtZ
who are now in this country, may be T. J
fondled and petted out of sympathy, " Jl" .; r'
that is the utmost extent to which """" "l"1 ir "8 m '
Good Manners in the Streets and oth-
and they look upon all forms of organ- wt - whos ward Buforc $35; Neely's Bend, Mrs.
S SSSI ranged from 15 to 18 years, were given Flla Thompson, $35; Dry Creek, Miss
another chance this week by Gov. Vera Crittendon, $30
Patterson to make amends as far as
Twentieth Disrict -t- Goodlettsville,
that is possible for. the errors of their R-G- KJdeout, $35
Twenty-first District Hayes Chapel,
Twenty-third District New Hope,
Their anarchistic pro
pensity is fanned aflame and all kinds
of crimes arid atrocities follow in its
wake. Thesf i mm tempts have as a
Whole gravitated toward the great cen- Mlg8 Mary A. Bennett, $35.
ters or lndustry-the large cities-un- "1" -""li" i" vi- " " Twenty-second District-Mt.
tu tney nave congestea tne laDor ?, llam abandonetl
market. This has necessitated the ence gave them some. strong, sterling 11 d";.
idleness of thousands upon thousands advice, admonismng tnem never to
of these forelsrn neonle. and idleness, come back to prison, He counseled
"Without any means of support, is a them to' make up their minds to go
breeder of some form of crime. These again into the world determined to
people sought the shores of America walk the paths of right and fulfil the
to better their conditions and finding duties of wholesome citizenship.
the status of things of such a nature While the action of the Governor
as to frustrate the realization of their in pardoning the colored lads along
hopes, they become the victims of with the young white men is com
"their environments and straightened nTendable, yet It Is an
iVnn tn rt i Vt r t ir Tirill crr
The fate of Corea is the fate of !l u.' ill3' w
Hawaii and the Philippines. The ""'7 " '"
i,,i ia h wnii .nA Pertaining to the uplift of the home
eventually "the 'flat will go forth and Jnfl church, besides the subjects com
, iuM win t,ir0 Wn5i,. ,n" directly under the head of Do-
ington in his Farewell Address
warn'ed his countrymen against en
tangling foreign alliances, but our latter-day
statesmen have disregarded
fVint wnrnlnf nnrl in. thfi nnssession
of the Philippines they have the been male from women Past sixty.
J. C. Hayes, $30; Bordeaux, Miss Mag- ominous White Elephant on their Mrs. Kenney has been given a warm
ie Kennedy $30. ' hands, and just as the united stares reception everywnere. uoston has
Twentv-fourth District Miss Lovey took Hawaii from the Negro queen asked ner to establish the work there,
mestio Science. As soon as the niew
building can be had, the Conference
will be extended into a few weeks,
where the lecture course will be
given. Applications have already
EXTENDED TRIP THROUGH
Mrs. J. G. Tyndall. of Chicago, a for-
unfortunate mer student of Fisk University, and
and her subjects, Japan Is going to take It is believed that this plan of work
these islands from the United States, will do more to uplift the women of
Mark the prediction. the race than any that has been sug
rirpiimstanppR and pnsilv mertre into tMntr that tha state Vina -nnt mado nnv resident of Nashville, whom many
the commission of crime. They must nrovision for a reformatory school for Nashvillians will recal as Miss Ida J
have sustenance by fair or foul means, the child-criminals of its colored pop- Porter, left last week -for a thirty-day
New York and Chicago are reeking ulation
In atrocities; they are staggering, like
a drunken man who cannot find his
way, under the most overwhelming
Wave Of crime ever known in their
"history. The authorities cannot only
not cope with it, but they seem pow
trip throueh the East.' She will visit
Niagara Falls. New York, Washing
ton, Norfolk and other cities. Mrs.
Tyndall was accompanied by her lit
tle daughter, Beatrice.
CHARMING VISITOR FROM
One of the most charming visitors of
Nashville of the whole summer season
wless to even check it. Nearly every is Miss Lillian B. Haydon, of Louis- FAREWELL RECEPTION.
portion of these great metropolises ville, who is the guest or Pror. and Mrs. Anna Berry, of 1008 Fourth av
furnish daily its quota of victims. Mrs. F. G. Smith and their daughter, Pnue, North, gave a, farewell recep
Women and children, and even men, Miss Edwina. Miss Haydon has tion last week in honor of Mrs. Emma
stand horror-stricken in the face of proven a general favorite among the Postick, who left last Saturday for
these continued crimes and the pow- young society element and she has Chicago. Mrs. Berry was highly eu
trlessness of the authorities to stamp been the recipient of many social tertalned by the members of Payne
out their further commission. courtesies during her stay in the Chapel choir, of which she has been a
The government has ror years toi- city. In the company of Miss Smith, member for the past five vears.
trated an almost uninterrupted in- Miss Haydon has been escorted to Thprp was a. spa son of social con versa-
Hux of foreign Immigration, and now many of the places of interest in and tion, which those present appeared to
the reaction of this folly has set in, around the city. Miss Haydon is to enio'v after which ices and cake
and heaven only knows when, where spend two weeks in the city
and now it win end. vvnen tnese
crime-inoculated foreign hordes shall
1y force of necessity be compelled to
take up their abode in other sections
of this country and in the rural dis
A most pleasant surprise party was MISS
held Tuesday nisht at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harding, on Jackson
street, In honor of Mesdames Simp
son and Jones, of Colorado. Both in
strumental and vocal music were en
joyed by all. Those present were
Mrs. EUa Simpson, of Oakland, Cal.;
Mrs. Maurice Jones, of Berkley, Cal.;'
Mrs. Sallie Harding, Mrs. W. A. Had
ley, Misses Mattie Woodson, Willa,
Tennie, Alberta Hadley, Lavinia Mc
I.emore, Georgia Connell. Sadie Hard
ing, Messrs. H. M. Harding, F. E.
Dickerson, G. W. Frazier. Mesdames
Simpson and Jones are expected to
leave the city next week for Montgom
ery and other Important points in
EMMA STONE AT TUSKE-
Miss Emma Stone, who left the city
a few weeks ago to accept a position
as pharmacist tit Tuskegoe, is meet
ing with great success. The night of
Meharry commencement Prof. B. T.
Washington offered her the position
and at that time she refused, think
ing she had rather go to Pulaski, but
Prof. Washington continued to send
for her, so she decided to accept
Miss Stone was the only young lady
that passed the state Board.
ACCUSED OF SERIOUS CHARGE.
were served. Those present were
Mesdames Emma Bostick, Maggie
Winstead, Anna Berry, Misses Sara
E. Flags, Viola Flagg, Mattie Web
ster, Mattie Vaulx, Mr. G. R. O.
Grady, chorister, Dennis Forest. I. J.
Rogan, Geo. iDnrden. Guests, Mrs.
Mary Bailey, Misses Lester, Hattie
Berry, Mr. Patton, Will Davis, Mr.
Berry and Mr. Samuel Berry.
The Negro Chautauqua at Owens
boro was well attended and quite a
tricts, they will carry with them their success. Woman's Day, which was
envenomed hatred for this government August 2, was the red letter day, for
and its institutions as well as the vi- fully one thousand people were in at
rus of anarchy and crime. These im- tendance to hoar the address of Miss
migrants are not divorced from their Vera Lee Moore, a teacher of Wal
ideas ot government as instilled in aptx university. She handled her sub
them in their native lands, and the j t The Inhevent Power of influence,
principle or se-govprnmeni, as u- wJth matcnleM ability. The daily
fined in this country, is. with them a f Owensboro ere loud ln
u u,"m their praise of her appeal to the Cinia Steele were the hostesses of a
Qth h i, nnTrnniam .. mothers concerning the training of number of gue;t on last Friday after
the Negro, her most loyal friend and their bovs aml slrls- Miss Moore noon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
productive factor, has been clamoring not fail to Put ln P,ca for Walden c. D. Merrill, of 1MV Jefferson street.
for these foreigners, begging them to university and tne new dormitory From 3:30 to 7:30 the little folks en
come and take his place in her corn, for boys. joyed themselves by playing different
LITTLE FOLKS ENJOY THEMSELVES.
Little Misses Mary Merrill and Vir-
Abe Sanders, who is accused of at
tempted criminal assault at 205 Sev-
FOOD FOR THOUGHT. rnteenth avenue. North. Wednesday
In those davs when everything to night, was bound over to the Criminal
eat is so high and getting higher it Is Court from the Tolice Court and sent
refreshing to know that one can pro- to jail Thursday afternoon.
duce one's own food supply. A cer
tain lnflv on Jo Johnston avenue, has
,iohtonn hnns nnrl rlurinsr the month BIRTHDAY ENTERTAINMENT.
of July they laid for her 113 eggs. Mrs. Marv Polk entertained several
Think of that, you good citizens who of hor frien(1g ThurS(lay evening,
are giving the market man an your . . th nf,nRinn ,lP,nfr hw. hJrth.
hard earnings. ,iav nnmc wam tim fontnroc, nf ho
evening, after which a three-course
NOTICE. menu was served. Those present
The remains of Roberta B. Mitchell were Misses Lizzie Williams, of Mc
will be removed from Greenwood Com- Minnville. Cora L. Cleveland. Mes
eterv Saturday morning at eight damea Myrtle L. Hughes. Nina L.
o'clock and placed in the family lot -Tones. Isham Harris. Ella Young and
at Mt. Ararat Cemetery. The anni- Ma B. Abernathy, Messrs. J. D. Over
versary service will be held in the! ton, W. W. Williams. Wm. Copeland,
chapel of the Catholic School, Steven- Isham Harris, Joseph Boyd, Chaf.
son avenue, at half-past six o'clock ' Stringer, Dr. Frazier and Rev. U. P.
a. m. I Oreggs.