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"All things come to them . that wait, providing they bttfltle while they wItM Charles W. .Andcr$on. "Get out of our sunshine. R. H. Boyd.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1907.
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PEARL HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Myers will direct the singers until the
Up to date this has been the most "ttT- ' " ' T! "UUiW ua "
i ir,rf stands now in Jamestown represent- iV.tb ti,f
ULLLDKA I iUnl The eaBsrn with Whlch pupils have r.'iSXPr; l", 1' " NaAvllle for a long time.
. . taken hold of their. lessons is surpns- :: " "i ' 11, L ' The concert was under the manage-
AT ADAlRViLLE, KENTUCKY SAT
URDAY. SEPTEMBER 2i; i
ing..- Teachers and pupils have come , ' "14uo ment of Profs. Fowler and Porter. It
to au understanding to make this the "CdU lus,lllu' had been well advertised and many of
(he lovers of high-class music were
present to witness the occasion. It
L 1 .
tt p cion.
Weber, the very able and efficient Su-
' 1 a Ji -.A 11 T-V- ill- T., VI 1 a I
pennvenaent.pt me iNasuvine ruui, THE EDITOR AND THE DEAN RE
School System, deserves great praise . . .
fnr :tho Imnrrtvomort hfl made In I UKIN l-KUM t rLbAaAIMT TRIP.
was here that the old school and the
new school met, both serving on the
program. The pastor, Rev. Ellington,
OPENS WITH GREAT ENTHUSI
ASM AT SIIELBYVIiLE,
WaS A OrCat Commemorative . tVCnt. the: grading .of .this; school. Concen- Mr. j. o. Battle. Editor of the Nash- was assisted In making the occasion a Under FaVOrable AuSMCe.S Sfnt 74
trntituir nil hA hie'hfr flTflTnmilr erftfleS I ,rl1 ri1V. r,,l Hf- m,.u- tt t- Mnvnua nno Viv Pov TnwnQOTir! naQtnv I r - r
of. the cltv at this school, which Is cerl- rHll fiawiafif tv.ioV. nf Rnrnpfi Street 'Hnntiat Chnroh. and
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THE FORTY-FlfTH ANNIVERSARY trally located, Is a step forward, and is hng ck)mpany, returned from an ex- Rev. James Bond, pastor of Howard AWAKENING ALONG EDICATION- '
OF THE ISSUANCE OF ABRAHAM ,,L ."B . U1CU1UU yuioucu xi tended business and pleasure trip to vjongregauonai iaurai. ailuuusu h,
- Northern and Eastern schools of hav- tne East ast Tuesday morning was 9:30 before the program began,
LINCOLN'S CELEBRATED EMAN- ing the higher grammar grades seated Mr rjurrill's objective point was eacn "mber was well rendered and
CIPATION PROCLAMATION WAS AVith High Schopl pupil. Thls ange Brooklyn, while that of Mr. Battle was hiShly applauded. Special mention is
rnuv,uHiiun was seems to have met ,. the unanimous Camden ,N j The latter however due to the selection played by Miss Liz-
COMMEMORATED " WITH; MUCH endorsement of the colored citizens, cr.-nx ' Ava , r'tat. ' zie Allen while Mrs. Josie Hender-
ENTHUSIASM BY PEOPLE FROM Juglng ,roLn umber ' sratu- Y0rk, where he was the recipient of spn and Miss Mary Reed made the
ALL PARTS OF LOGAN COUNTY
AND ACROSS THE ADJACENT
LINE OF TENNESSEE.
lations the High School Faculty has m ' MnrtM.,aa trnrn tha rQioft,rC.0 nf night joyous by singing "Tell me, mer-
recelved upon , the subject. Mr nnrriii n0nQ nm ry birds of Spring." Mr. Thos. Clay
; Prof. Weber is an eminent educator, M V T T ...hii cn or, ?fft nf Moore, a favorite son of Nashville,
well equipped by nature and by train- ,1T," wi u t t sang the "Armour Song." Then came
the long expected and anxiously await-
1 1. V. V .1 MlimntMTinl I " i'j
. u7l ': :;Ar : on9, who holds the unique position of u e Kmg exyw ieu,Tim S1J,; ,
system. He has convinced the colored .',, of a schoo othr ed soprano solo, "For All Eternity" by
ftft1ft fV.a V,o moona tn rP far And Principal OI a scnooi, ail me Otner nfncnl,) enno- Vvw Mrs
AL LINES IN THIS COMMUNITY
IS PROPHETIC OF MUCH GOOD,
BENEFICIAL ALIKE TO IN
STRUCTORS AND STUDENTS'
DR. J. A. JONES, PRESIDENTS
HAS LABORED FAITHFULLY TO
BRING ABOUT SUCH FEELINGS
Tim fnrtv.flfth onntvpmArv nf ttio 4. f i. leacners or wnicn are wnne
mfliiMnntirtri Pr amnfinfl friSf lim. -hrUt v, flliirio- f. large majority of the scholars are
cms document of manumission issued ficial chair, they feel that their inter- r"11!;"!"11 S.rT; with the singers of May. While Mrs. oughly stirred educationally as was
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Never In the historv of RhPihnift
that united the singers of the seventies has the entire population been so thor--
win aim enntrs cna eyeryining inax . . . Jub,lee the case at th - -
1862, was celebrated . with fitting cere- The Manual Training and Domestic was PossiDie to mane tne v is t or me gierg of yparg agQj phe gtm retaln3 of Turner Normal Institute Qn ith
monies Saturday, September 21, at Science Departments are still grow- representatives or tne iooe Dotn fhfi cnarms the sweetness and the mel- Inst. As early as Saturday 21st stu-
Adairville, Ky. . This pretty . little ing in popularity. Many visitors have pleasant and profitable Mrs. Burrill odv 0f oMi as was demonstrated by her dents from all over the state began
town,' nestling among the classical called to inspect these new depart- entertained witn a luncheon to which Monday The address by Law- to pour into the beautiful new girl's
hills of a prosperous tobacco growing ments and all go away praising them were ?7 , sVal Southerners. yer Mayfiei(i wa3 short but to the dormitory. As has been formally
region of Southern Kentucky, was to the highest. The girls with their Among those from this section of the ,10lnj. Miss Nannie Terkins read two stated, this structure will for the nres
filled with hundreds and hundreds of caps and aprons and the boys with country known to the residents of Nash- muslng selections from Dunbar to ent be the administration building
people who came from all parts of their overalls make a fine picture, ville were Mrs. Alice Farrar Allen, of the flight 0f the audience. Mr. Fred Entering the building by a handsome
Logan County and elsewhere to parti- The work thus far has been satisfac- Chattanooga; Mrs. A. W. Hunton, of work sang and was encored. The last flight of steps, landing on a front
cipate in. the celebration. There was tory to the instructors. Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. J. B. Bosley, of nUmber, "Deep In the Mire," by Jude, portico, one enters through a double
a splendid parade which passed Dr. F. G. Smith, the principal, re- Nashville; Mrs. Minnie Allen, former- was sunR ty Mr. Frank Fowler, who glass door into a spacious assembly
through the principal streets in the ceived the following letter from the iy 01 mis cuy. dui now 01 urooiuyn. was continuously applauded for anoth- hall fitted up with elegant new deirq
following order: The band discours- Board of Education, which is self-ex
Ing some of its liveliest pieces; two pianatory:
wagons beautifully decorated upon "September 24, 1907.
which were seated In tiers prettily "Dr. F. G. Smith.
dressed school children, boys and "Princinal Peari High School,
girls, representing the states and each "Nashville, Tenn
In Philadelphia and Camden tho vis- or selection. purchased of Dr. R. H. Bovd of Nn.h'-:
nuia whc vci aimiijf cutt-ruunfti uy 0ne heautirul characteristic aDoux vine, to the rear of this hall is the
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Battle Mr. tnjg concert that made it a treat wa spacious dining room, cut of by fold
John W. Battle and their many the amount of musical talent present, ing doors, which are arranged so as
friends. Mr. Battle was the guest There were Misses Hazel Thompson, to be thrown open at a moment's no
at several social functions besid- s at- uzzie Allen. Maggie Hargraves, Dr. tice, thereby converting tho Pntir Arcf
wearing a kind of gold-paper tiara "Dear Sir; Your letter of September tending several Impromptu stag .. m. Townsend, Profs. Porter and floor into one massive auditorium
upon which was the name of a partlcu- 2, to Superintendent Weber, giving narties at the Citizens' Republican Fred Work, all of this city and all ac- The president's office is situated to the
lar state; following these came the "the names of colored citizens who Club. complished musicians.
members of a Lodge of Good Samari- took pleasure In contributing to the At Atlantic Citv. the most famous
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inns ui piei-Ly uuiiuims, uuuuicus ui IUna ior tne coai auu eaa iwugca w "c summer resort on the Atlantic Coast, WEDNESDAY EVENING MUSICAL
vniciia, auu uuufiiug up icai ncic usea m iue uuiuwut owicuv-c ucpo.ii. jyjj. Battle enjoyed the delights or the
many In & long line of, buggies. The ment of Pearl High School" was read mjT anfl one p; the famous fish din
parade brought up in a beautiful grove to the Board of Education at its last nGra for wnicn the resort has a well
in the edge of town, where a big pic- meeting, and I am directed to express eserve(j reputation He was the
nic with all kinds of refreshments to them, through you, its appreciation of Mrg H E 'Danieg
was in full swing. of the interest that they have thus ' ,. , ' " . .. '
Ahn.it 9 VWlr onpaVtrxr Wan WftlfnCtft Ir, the rlnTnPsttf RHpnne de vasmuSiuu me eujuuiiifc-xa wcie
left, on entering the front door. It Is
nanasomeiy furnished with up-to-date
office fixtures. Directly in frnnt 1 th
waiting room; above which is the lady
visitors' toilet room, which is reached
by a flight of stairs leadintr nn tntn
the main upper hall to the girl's dor-
Prof. L. S. Campbell introduced Prof, partment of the public schools, and met at the station by Mr. John T.
ttt v TtTii TT,od na,TaA (v.. il..., ,ftin r.r,otinn uhlnes and Prof. Jesse Lawson, of the
The Wednesday Evening Musical
Club met at the residence of Miss Car-
.FJt, W-icUT acre.,, ml SalUs The
duuiu, miss hiw oluu piMm.ut,. matron's compartment elegantly fur
nrogram was as follows: nlshed a donatlon b Avery Chanel A
Vocal Solo Miranda Winter M E Church L.
Piano Solo Hazel Thompson down the h n , th
'"'VrS S"ne ofrooms ?ccPied by the
Atv Af r.rooftr.tlr.0- t Vio nrinMnol cnnlr. t om nVftwioo fUrPotPH tn make war department. Mr. ltnines. wno Vocal Solo.
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" . . r . . . - I . . - I nnn Vsrm awItf r9 t-V I i Utr Irt nun I lit C1-.1- UnrttTi rtn WT Q 1 L'Dr I
er of the occasion. He made a splen- through you the same acknowledge- a .i.., ' l"c nauu duiu . preceptress and superintendent of the
did and ringing speech touching many ment to Dr. R. H. Boyd for the sewing Prletor of one of the most flourishing Life and Works of Mozart. ........ Sewing Department. This beautiful
phases of the history of our people, machine he donates. - undertaking establishments in Wash- .... Tennie L. Hughes furniture is also a donation from St
at the conclusion of which he said: "Respectfully, Ington. and In one of his vehicles he piano Solo Mynnie Hunter JameSi at MempniSi M th
I now take pleasure In introducing "JOHN H. DeWITT, carried tne vmrors to most or tne mno ssoio ui iueiu of Main hall is found the rooms nf th-
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"Sec'y of Board of Education." points 01 interest in ana auout wasn
The Washingtonians are engaged In ington.
daily practice now on the football field. Tn Cincinnati the representatives of
Mr. Crenshaw reviewed the causes The sauad has two important engage- the Globe met manv old friends and
leading up to the issuance of the Pro- ments this year, one with the Central formed several new acquaintances,
clamatioh, the great four-year struggle High School of Louisville." at Louis- Both returned with renewed enercy to
and the part taken by Negroes in that ville, Ky., and the other witn tne bum- take up their work upon the Globe.
and all the wars of this country, the ner High School of St. Louis, mo., at
to you. Mr. J. D. Crenshaw, of Nash
ville, Tenn., as principal speaker of
,ftift hft f.ih . . ,u"uu luc '"""is oi me
iviisa wum.uuu v - principal of the Musical Dnnartmpnt
in a most pleasing manner, ices ana A11 the roQms in thfl ;
..nl.n v.txMA rt r X ' f tl I . f . . . .. O V 1 1
U.IVC WCIC OCUCU.
advancement and achievements made Nashville
by them since they have become citl- The school was honored this week
zens, despite all manner of prejudice with the following visitors: Dr. C.
and onnosition from many Quarters. V. Roman, the noted Negro specialist,
The effort of Mr. Crenshaw was well who made a splendid address to trie fra -m t Hltrhtower were thrown
received, having been punctuated all school; Mr. Carl Roman, his nephew, 0pen Wednesday evening from 6 to
through with much applause. lately of Bay City, Mich.; Mrs. Minnie 10 p m ln honor of MJsg Clara white,
Dr. "R. B. Bell, a graduate of Me- Harris Crosthwaite and daughter, miss who hag heen ln Covington. Ky., for
The Club met at the home of Miss
Nita Scott, 124 Wharf avenue, Sept.
19. The following programme was
Piano Solo Jennie L. Noel
nished by the donations of rhnrphoa
clubs and individuals.
Four well-arranged and handsomely
furnished recitation rooms are on the
first floor in the L.
Dr. J. A. Jones, the nrpKMpnt ha
labored faithfully to bring about this
YOUNG PEOPLE HONORED.
The spacious parlors of 'Mr. and
harrv Medical Colleee. followed In a Anna Crosthwaite. of Kansas city,
strong and telling speech which elicit- Mo.; Mr. W. H. Hodgkins and daugh
ed wild cheerine at its close. Rev. Mr. ter. Miss Clara Hodgkins; Mrs. M. E
Williams closed the speaking with a Bryant and Mr. C. S. Randals
timely and appropriate speech which
was listened to with eagerness and at-tentiveness.
At night, despite the downpour of
rain, which occurred in the early
some time with her aunt, Mrs. Dr
Kelly, and Thomas Hightower, Jr..
who will leave the first of the month
for Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tenn.
The parlors and dining room were pro-
BACK FROM THE NORTH AND THE nalmg'ana- ferng fhe rolor scherne
EXPOSITION. wag nink and white.
r t il 1 H"i es.rer rVn Trl T I
vocai ooio iii3. ucuifeiti , ji I excellent result: and is now Pvnrpca.
Piano Solo Aiaoei ocott ,nff d bfc t whetner he w l h.
Life and Works of Moritz Moskowsk al)le to modatefrpplfcanS u
t? i Anon many boarders are registering several
Piano Solo Lizzie Allen wppkg ,n Rdyan their arrival
Instrumental Duet Many visitors were present at 'the
.Mynnie Hunter and John Thompson onPT1infr Wll MO,p , A1. 1 .
: t n mn woe P.-vP,1 , !"uc"1 nilu non-resi-
A vt;iy tciuiinf, ; rient. Atlionir thOSP fmm o
The next meeting will be held with
Miss Beatrice Walker. 1905 Jo John
ston avenue, October G, at 3 p. m.
were Revs. A. P. Gray. A. Brooks. T.
W. Hampton. Nathan Smith. William
Porter, ministers of the A. M. E.
Church: Revs. Seymore and Under
wood, of the Baptist churches were .
also present. Speeches and spr -
Prof, and Mrs. John Work reached! pink and white extended from the
hours of the evening, the people came Nashville Saturday morning, after an I chandeliers ln the dining room to the
.. A n TTlnrr o YV1 am V.ftl nf VlQl.-
Streamers of jce club, has etuVdine to be 'jTdtTby th.e foll
out to hear the children's program
Thus passed into history a celebra
tion of more than passing moment,
one which engendered in the hearts
of the people hone, optimism and a de
termination of life and its opportuni
absence of three months from the city. I corners of the dining table. The
It will . be remembered that Prof, j same color being in the mints, ices.
Work went North with a quartet from I cakes and fruit. Punch was dispensed
Fist and snent most of the time in the reception hall bv Miss Ilifr
with his wife and mother. He has or
ganized a Christian Endeavor at the A.
M. E. Church.
Mrs. Lizzie Franklin, of Nashville,
is visiting her uncle and friends.
Mr. J. Oldham and wife returned to
Gray, Brooks, Hampton. H. L. P. Jones.
uncierwoort ana Mr. J. B. Frierson, a
white citizen, who has contributed
largely toward the erection of the
This institution has cone forward
with rapid strides during the incum-
nnnnj nrftot T.nlfps nnrt In the Mnnre ThosA wIia rnlled were Misses hlio.r hmnp in flhattanoosra vesterday.
...luuuu Liic viivivi. " . . v .. . . ....v... --. t.-- . - . v - Tat
t n iv.o-on ti,Vi!1a Mrs Work Hplpnn Tyiwp TUndileno Tni'tpr F.nnnie Tr OldVinni will onen A boot and shoe uncy or Dr. J. A. Jones as nresident
oiaic ui mii-intjuu, i ...... ..... x.... - - i ,! j. . ...
business as soon as he gets home. piesent year mas tair to be
Miss Sarah Garner has come to visii the greatest in its history. Miss Mai!.
fiends and relatives. E- Urookins. of Memphis, the accom-
Mr. William Hickerson, son of Mrs. pushed (laughter of Rev. R. B. Brook-
Vustin Nelson, has returned from a of Providence A. M. E. Church, is
ten years' stay from home. His par- the Instructor In Music. Prof. R. P.
-nts and friends are very glad to see Ml"y. ne noted mathematician, ii
r-roiessor of Mathematic and Lan
guages. Miss Mattie L. Bnrr nf vv.
wnnt direo.tlv to the Jamestown Expo- May Perkins. Myrtle Blake, Henri
rrv,t nnipKvofinr, Wo0 ri,ror, nnpv sition. where a company of singers is Brown. Estizer Watson. Mary Christ
ine management of Prof. L. S. Camp- still with the Fisk exhibits. Mrs mon Alice White, Sadie Watson, Ka-
bell principal of the Adairville Work had charge of these singers at tie Davis. Nannie Thomas. Lesla C.
school' Miss L Wilson assistant the Exposition until the arrival of Bright, Beatrice Johnson. Zelma Shof-
and the board of tri stees F T Taylor' Prof- Work, who reached Jamestown ner, Irnell Hatcher, Edna Kelly, Jen-
,irm,n. p tt AipPnripv' aprptarv' about August 20, but who was forced nie L. Polk, Minnie Smith, Josie Car-
j ol 1 -.'. m,.. fn rptnm to Nashville earlier than ex- ter. Mvrtle Drew. Annie M. Bnueh. him
i i. t ; ,tA nn n, of his nromotloh to Willie B. Flaetr. Mosella Flaccr. Idella Our Public School is moving on nice
ttic uraciviiift uv vivu. V1 .7. X V.. TW. c-..x- T.i.,,- V..l.l. l!.r T.C
... ' , - ... a nont hv Prnf Uwrnn Wcrpiin Prin-ht puptat ATnnrpo lv Mrs. K ne and Miss Nelson are '".v, is rrpccptress or the Dorm torv
splendid way tney nanaiea tne ceieora- iu " l" ri 7 : i. n,-i, nn,i . niwnvs on and Suporintendent. nf thP sr,vio- nl
Mftrwn KrnT. worK was t?t;ii m iuc viarv barter, .iiuni 01 nrs, ru'mivcri'"s tv.., - - --.t. sk
I 1 1 1 1 1 I 0v" ' " I w ' I
Exposition by a Globe representative Allison, Helen Glenn, Pearl Dogan,
and asked what he thought or his pro- Acquela Thomas, Maggie Cheatham.
motion. He smiled and remarked, I Para Johnson. Amanda" Alexander,
Mr. Thos. Baker is on the sick list.
Mrs. Tigner is better.
Mrs. Hammonds is also among the
Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Landers and
hildren have returned to their home
MRS. WINNIE M. HART ILL.
Mru Winnie Mitr-hnm TTort. mother have nothing to say except that I ap- Mary Drew, Ellla Granberrv, .Messrs
of Mr D A Hart General Foreman predate the honor conferred upon me D. O. Darden. Bucher Cummings,
at the National Baptist Publishing by the Institution and shall work as Jesse Leach, Ira Watson, Ira Davis,
House and Manager of the Nashville hard, if not . harder, to prove capable William Chnnnelle. David H. Alexan
Globe is sick at the home of her son; of the honor bestowed upon me. I der, Sam B. Johnson, Frank W. Johnson.
Bishop Evans Tyree 15 North Hill hate to leave the troupe so early," said Ernest E. Brown, Leslie V. Allen. Wal-
mv tto rnvr. BAAanw Prof.' Work, "but since I am forced to ter Polk. Loonidas Folk. George W.
BLI CCl. m o. Jiait nao laatu duuuvhij I ' .. , , I . ... . . . r. . , . I ,, .
ill Saturday night September 21 A go, I suppose the company must ao upsnaw, rorier smun. ueuDen men- unurcn are maning grt-ai inqwimiimj
nhvsician was called at once and med- without me." It Is learned from ardson. A. R. Stookard, Jr., Samuel to give three entertainments before the
leal relief administered " At last ac- some of the members of the troupe at Meredith, Ira Scott, Loyd G. Hockett Annual Conference, which will soon be
counts Mrs. Hart was resting quietly, the Exposition that Prof, and Mrs. and G. L. Jackson. in session.
partment. Several useful and valuable
donations were made to the dormitory.
Tho members of Salem A. M. E.
Punils enrolled in the colored
schools of the city aro as followr
Pearl High School, 4.10; Meigs, 693;
Knowlos. 7S3; Napier, 577; Belle
view, Lawence, 42.1; Carter,
2: Clifton, 15G; Ashcraft, 164;"
Peebles, 116; Hadley, 441. Total,
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