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"All things come to them that wait, providing they hustle while they waif Charles W. Anderaon. "Get out of our sunshine," R. U. Boyd,
NASHVILLE. TENN.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1907.
A GOOD RECORD AT HOWARD.
Mr. Win. Harvey, the eon of Mrs.
Harvey, the matron at Atlanta Baptist
College, and a brother to Miss Sadie
Harvey, of the class of 1906, Fisk Uni
versity, is making a great record at
Howard University, where he Is tak-
ident Kumler arose and called to the
stage an interesting little woman, and
in a few felicitous words introduced
her as a close relative of the Meharry
Bros., formerly of the college bearing
their name. Every eye was fixed on
her. A stillness held on like that pe
culiar one preceding a downpour, then
FINANCIAL RALLY HELD AT ?SLuSr miK WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER- ..77 . .,. m A SECOND IMPORTANT
CDAIftmC fore the d.sastrous fire, but after the ,.,,c ,,.., EJ3ft f'I ..ccntur
Sunday Afternoon, Novem
IN INTEREST OF THE INSTITU
TION. REPRESENTATIVES FROM
MANY OF THE BAPTIST
CHURCHES OF THE CITY BRINGS
FINANCIAL OFFERING SPEECH
ES BY PROMINENT PERSONS.
fire, he, with a number of others, In
cluding C. E. Allen, Avant, de
cided to finish at the Atlanta Baptist
College, of Atlanta. After this Mr.
Harvey went to Washington, and It
has been learned that out" of the class
of 108 he was elected unanimously as
president. It will be the class of 1910
and will be the largest in the history
of the University.
COUNTY TEACHERS MET LAST
The county tcrchers held their
meeting Saturday, November 9. The
meeting was largely attended. Tho
teachers showed they were Interested
in the work for the ensuing year. A
very interesting program was rem
characteristic gratitude or the race
to its benefactors. Mrs. Jessie Craw
ford Butler, the name of the woman
mmfirisnrah to fiood Ar,rnm Kmier.
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ine o ui ere mi exercises oi waiaen
and Meharry are proving of immense
value not only to students but to the
city at largo. Drs. Kumler and Hub
bard deserve the kindest thought and
heartiest co-operation of all, and this
PROMINENT W. C. T. U. WORKERS
IN ATTENDANCE FROM EVERY
PART OFTHIS GREAT COUNTRY.
THESE EARNEST WOMEN, COL
ORED AND WHITE, ARE AFTER
Wednesday Night, Novem-
The financial result of the rally for (ere( Mrs Miller recited Bryant's Tne thirty-fourth session of the Na
Roger Williams University, which ,,1.T1'-t.r.1' riivcs-" M.r5 rtpntrm tional Woman's Christian Temperance
took place on the grounds Sunday, No- (1J an excelleTlt addresg to her co. Union has just closed in this city. It
VPTTlllPr II). from TO h TV m Will I . .. . - - . m. . la nirrnoH h ill thnt rViia lo tho mrkct
;:;;j,;1 ; iT; ".J .C" ' woricers on tne stuay ot nature. &ae "i.- - cuments in favor of temperance. It
1,U8WU ' uul v . , lpt the attention of tho audience successiui btscion neiu m uie -msuny soul-stlrrlns ad-
yi:1118 I!0ltrMtanilinsihe An: for one hour and a half. The exer- of the movement. Many of the strong- hTS fm
Mrs. Peterson at Mt. Olive.
Among the noted W. C. T. U. work
ers at the National Convention held in
this city this week was 'Mrs. E. E.
Peterson, of Texas. Mrs. Peterson is
known throughout the Southland and
in many sections of the North by her
life-long devotion to the temperance
cause. She has stirred many an audi
ence with her earnest and logical ar
IN THE DIRECTORS' ROOMS OF
HE ONE CENT SAVINGS
BANK ABLE AND PRACTICAL
SPEECHES MADE IMPORTANT
COMMITTEES APPOINTED BEST
OF HARMONY PREVAILED.
clement weather on Saturday, Sunday
dawned beautifully, and according to
arrangements, many of the Baptist
churches in Nashville prepared to
take charge of the new site. The er
cises were closed by singing "God be
with you till we meet again."
The Y. M. C. A. services are Inter
est and most able women of the race
are connected with this organization.
dresses which she has delivered time
after time that she gave at Mt. Olive
The second meeting called by men
interested in the development of the
relations between the business and
professional world, as affecting the
egro in Nashville, was held in tho
Ikcctors' room of the One Cent Sav
ings Bank on Wednesday night ac
cording to previous arrangements.
rangements that were made did not 1 bl ' both to ,stu(ws The entire sessions in the day time
lag one bit. The management, Dr.- A. J""0? I0 ilIlS! were held at the First 'Presbyterian
M. Towhsend, Revs. Wm.Haynes and rtCnrc, at the corner of Church
. u. warn, naa aone an possiDie to . , - ... . Rtreet anrt Fifth avenUe. North, from
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tv,. lnBotinn f.-r.r.T orin,i I iapust inurcn ai ii o ciock services 0 .ii, (t Q,,irinnt iht nmro
states, while not as large as expected, bu"tlliy- bne sal? many interest had been created since last
reflected much credit upon the race
and made the audience see the logic oi , and directors room3
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make the occasion fittingly observed, r,""'; " "'X November 8 to 13. The following ture course in the United States sup- mectlne to order, and the temporary
Yet it was a notable fact that many of 'ZmJ t,L is a list of the delegates present: Ported by Negro talent traveling over 8ecretary, R. S. White, read the min-
tne so-cauea leaamg uaptist cnurcnes - -t WasMmrton b C Mrs. Lucv Thurman, Superintendent the country, doing high-class lecture utes of the previous meeting, it was
in Nashville 'contributed nothing what- meS at Coiored Department Jacks0n, work, supported by musical talent notcd that the following gentlemen
er io uie rany. vvnue 10 vne conira- V;::; , nV IhL Allfl,torimi Run- Mich.: 'Mrs. V. W. BrougMon, Presi- from the very best institutions, is that werc present: J. S. Martin, J. B. Bos-
ry some ui me smaiier cnurcnes were v ... 7... r I a ctnta nt Mochvm0 of the Olvmnia Ladies' Quartet with in,r r m inctnn A M .TnhnRn.
more than loyal on the occasion. It me sermon was great-y en- ; ; headquarters in Cleveland, O. While h. . Boyd" O. Boyd
OLYMPIA LADIES' QUARTET.
The only regularly organized lec-
would not be large enough to accom
modate those that would respond to
the call. Finally when the temporary
chairman, J. S. Martin, called the
f,nnfhp nriLf vTth.J 7 2 The" Meharry Medical Dental and Tenn.; Mrs. Frances Joseph Gaudet. this quartet has not been South as Jri j. Frank Battle, W. O. Tate." liar
S Z H ,S : 1 S PhaLceuUca? Xrtave Mrs. Myra Bass, Louisiana; Mrs. A. E. yet, it is Planning to do in t e ear y dj L. Keith, T. Clay J. West
;h T;,; nearlv 500 In attendance auite an in- Adams, Mrs. IS. IS. Peterson, Texas; suiiuB. una imuiiuauuu iuuiw - uostic, v a. smitn, 11. t. woei, j. r.
?wut? crea e over lalt year M. A. Lynch, Mrs. M. E. Shaw, rectly from one of the members of Crawford, R. S. White, T. J. Bumpas,
Rev Havne ' Dr. Kumler is gratified with the at- North Carolina, Mrs. Preston, of the club in the person, of Mis sjlester E. B. Jefferson and G. F. Anderson.
their contributions, as did the Sunday
schools connected with
was not confined to the
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nomination, . oecause, as nev. naynes, m. ivumiw i r'Vr: ''y,n Ct Brnwn. the noted violinist who on,! nmf,
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Uie prt'Slueill Ul Uie conveniion, Staten wuurtute cum nwn ui xuc uiwiiuj - - carro1 n tho P-rpnt pnnrPiH- it Pnl. . xt i. in rr.i,
oh the erounds. it was a worthy en.,,- Denartment. colored women gave yeomen'a serv- starred jn the sr These men after
and Nashville felt proud In the re- Dr.
building of the school. There were Theological
scores of vehicles filled with ent.hu- increase
siastic surmorters of the university on The friends of Mrs. C. Thomas will Delia Crutcher, lost no time in mak-
the grounds. The cars were laden be glad to know that she is now in ing their organization felt In the con-
with people who had gone to the end charge of Millinery, Sewing and Do- vention.
of the line and from there took con- mestlc Science at Walden University. it was announced soon after the
veyance in wagons. A more appreci- Mr. J. Frank Roberson, the efficient meeting ndiourned that Mrs. B. H.
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K W s TTaminonrt Dean Of ice. ine presiuni ui uie luciu uumu, - lex nessiiif; uicmacivca wcio mi ui-.iv
npnnrtmpiit rpnortq nn I Mrs, Jennie iigon, wnn ise secre- iui""'j ,s imous in ineir opinion umi me iuuve-
In attendance taries, Mirs. Nannie perKins ana Mrs. "s -u i'm. . ment now on ioot ior sume rauiwi-
ing to Louisville to give three great tion to take care of the people's In-
recitals, the one above mentioned terest In Nashville and Davidson
the next at the Eckstein Norton Uni- rnnntv was absolutely necessary, t
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ative audience has not been seen on- and popular President of the Y. M.
the banks of the Cumberland. The
scene was enough to - inspire any race
loving people. On the campus can be
seen all the beauties of Nashville.
The river broadens at this point and
this site can be easily called the edu-
C. A., is pushing things to the front.
versity, at Cane Springs, Ky., and the The chairman stated that he Mad
last to be at the State University, not as vet been able to name a special
T rmicvillA nfror u.'hifh chn p-npti tn I n. m. ..:.. , l,,r.
pmv ,,f tl,& QnrnV. T Firly lrtonl " ' t'l"v" " - COIlinillteu Oil . cuilbuuiuuu auu uj-
nnlnn and tatP reoordlne secretary spend a part o tlie winter at 1 laws, but that they would be named
5:L"...lnA! mcetintr. There were many
ua unt-u utr nu.w to uviv iu. ilCl fnr. tho nrocr.nt TiCO llmwn , . XT .
partirent during the entire convention. "hA"h nnt ,lrn e q u 1 . , T b ,
, i.Viu m states that she will not return to pXprt himself in the business and
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tion It washer earnest desire to CleveIfind btore 5he flr"t or Januf' professional world. One speaker aft
n;.Lll!Le?In at which time she will resume her Lr anotner broucht out the fact that
It will be remembered that the Na- awa;.en an lnterest ln tne cause 0f
) eational Gibraltar, as it has that an- tional Athletic Association not long " 'ul with the Ladies' Quartet, after
i u ' ..- ' .. v.., a u u U'lHIKJiaiive unuu-imui me biaic. ou . vVl,-h nn ffnrt wil1 ho hv thp
pearance from the river,
aco had their errand horse show, which ,. i .,..
A beautiful feature of the meeting conceded to be the greatest event f clr the cause of Tm,an ThS ?"ailct SGC"r,e da)JB h!n.at
was the excellent music furnished bv ot its kind ever given by colored peo- . , nTnmltt- nn
tne sylvan street Baptist Choir. The m uus wmniy. ui .t- chrRe of the delegates and to secure
inoBittin wus upfiieu wiui prayer y "l "1V '""'V0,,""" " " anpointments at tho churches were
Rev. Albert W. Porter, of the Fif- uiuuion or some oi tne nnesi norses rg T J and Mr, Gray
teentn Avenue uaptist cnurch. The l" luv oiaie, me youns kucu composing
,.mri..n t, tho AcnPintinn nurm tn fin pvpti het- me nisrnt oi uie ciose ol uie eun
C II, Clark, of the Mt. Olive Baptist ter in the future. Since the affair at vention wh ich was Jubilee night,
Phnrrh -a-hilp thp fnlln-urlno- cnMl-mc At 1 Ot t. Park t 1PV haVfi been hard at lwu Ul 'tiiuins auuu ucicgaiw,
mnrlP Khnrt nnrl nn rm,H,. TJ,, work nerfPft nT arranCfementS tor tne uo. uauuu una if no. muijvu,,, liUVtKINUK fM I I CttOWIM
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easily secure one of these dates by
an effort on its part. "The appear
ance of Miss Brown in Louisville was
one of the noted events of the sea- speakers", "Their backs have been t
son. states an intimate iriena in
speaking of the recitals.
many of the so-called leaders of Nash
ville had by their stiffness, by their
discourtesy toward the public, and fcy
their seeming indifference to the
masse?, driven away much business
firm our enterprises. In other word
usini the language of one of t'
Win. naynes, President of the Baptist exhibition which will take place next Pred on the program attracting
State Convention; Rev. Jack Harding, year, and the indications to-day are much attention and making forcible
Hawkins Street Banist fihnrrh Fir A that the horse show of 1908 will sur- arguments weiore uie uuge uouy ui
M. Townsend. Treasurer of the Trus- rass its predecessor in every detail, as the Ryman Auditorium
tee Board, representing Spruce Street it will bo conducted on a broader and It was stated in the columns of the
Baptist Church; Rev. W. S. Ellington, grander scale. The association will Globe some time ago that Mrs. C. II
First Baptist Church; Prof. M. J. Sub- announce from time to time through I phill'rs would direct affairs, lit Is
lett, the citizens' interest in Roger the columns of the Nashville Globe I lenrnel since th-t. the statement was countians, one to Lee S. Mills, co
Williams; Mrs. V. W. Broughton, the everything that will be of interest to misleading ami that Mrs. Phillips had victed of assault, and one to Green
Green Ware, a Davidson County Mur
derer, Was Among Them
Last Tuesday Governor Tatterson
granted two pardons to Davidson
hard. They have had the terra
fihcll. Better put on a soft coat, i
fnoueh to keen the body togethr.
GIVES -pnjs was accepted by all to be one
'he mr-st timely remarks of the ev
'ng. Then another speaker statec
that the leading men of Nashville had
"n many things conducted themselves
such a manner a to drive peopK
women's interest; Mrs. M. A. Flow- the general public.
ers, local missionary organization;
Rev. H. A. Boyd, the national interest;
Rev. A. W. Porter, the Fifteenth Ave
nue Baptist Church; Attorney T. G.
lowing, the legal fraternity. All of
Mr. Willie Merrill was here last
week in the interest' of tho Fisk Glee
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uie auuresses were interesting and '"-" sue an eutciwm- . ihn ,,
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pointed. Tney win De remembered 'mem ai uie urana uiiera uowbe, rn-
long years to come as the opening tiav November 15.
epoch of the real beginning of the new Mr. Willie Williams, or iiopiuns-
ville, Ky., cn route from Mobile, Ala.,
spent a few hours in the city, the
guct of his uncles, R. G. and J. W.
Mrs. Rose Whitthorne died it her
not been affiliating with the local Ware, who was sent up ror murder
union.- several years: ago. Arthur Stephens,
The next meeting of the local union of Grundy county, sent up for five
will be held at the residence of Mrs', years for voluntary manslaughter, was
J. P. Rhines on Monday r.t 2:30 p. m. also pardoned.
Mrs. Preston will be present and ad-
The purpose, as stated before, of this
rally was to make some effort to put
in heating apparatus. While only
$52.30 was collected on Sunday after
noon, the indications are that many of
the churches, through their pastors,
that were not represented, have taken
collections at their churches and will
turn the same over to Dr. A. M. Town
send. Tho main building is about com
plete. Magnificent columns on the
front of the building, designed on the
old Southern mansion style, with
porch almost around the entire build
ing, beautifully painted, gives it a
magnificent appearance from the pike
and from the river. It can be seen
fully a mile away as you approach it
from White's Creek Pike. Many are
the words of praise upon this noble
effort being put forth by the people of
Nashville in the rebuilding of Roger
Last Sunday Meharry Auditorium
was filled to listen to speeches on the
nrohibition of the Manor traffic. Dr
T. A. Kumler introduced Mm Vay-
home on North Frierson street, at hingen, Indiana State President. She
the advanced age of 90 years. Heir had a pleasing, forceful and convin-
funeral was largely attended at Mt. e!ng tone and left her hearers wiser
I cbanon Baptist Church, of which md more in sympathy with her cause,
she was a devoted member. bo said, rmong other important
Mrs. Rosie Green attended services things, that the two great institutions
at St. Paul A. M. E. Church Sunday bidding for the young men and women
Mrs. Green teaches at Lett's Chapel, of the day are the saloon and the
Miss Georgia Akin will close her church; that tho W. C. T. U. stood
school at Santa Fe in two weeks with not for high license, but for no li-
a grand concert. cen?e of the saloon. She urged the
The brick work on the Odd Fel
lows' Hall is finished and the carpen
ters are busy flooring and fitting in
windows, getting ready for the grand
Thanksgiving Jubilee on November
Miss Magnolia Daniel, who has been
in poor health, Is very nvuch improved
and on the road to recovery.
medical students to ally themselves
with the cause by not prescribing al
cohol for patients. She was followed
by the State Lecturer of Indiana, Mrs.
Stanley, who said that the drink hab
it among women was largely due to
the use of patent medicines and the
prescribing of alcohol by doctors.
At the close of tho speeches Fres-
Ware was convicted in 10i,? in the
Davidson county criminal court, for
the murder of Teck Hall, an aged
man, who, with a number of young
men, Ware included, were out on a
Christmas fprre. drinking together,
and in a fight, Hall was cut m badly
that he died. Ware was charged with
the crime, convicted and sentenced to
ten years in the penitentiary. The
governor pardoned hvn upon the rec
ommendation of the judge, the state's
attorney, the prosecutor and citizens,
and on account of the facts as shown,
that Ware bore no malice to the de
ceased, and that he was a mere youth
when the crime was committed. The
"overnor believes he will live up to
his promise if released, to make a
Miss Jennie V. Andowm, of 211
Seventh street, delightfully enter
tained last Wednesday night, Novem
ber 13, and quite an enjoyable time
was snent. Music and games were
the features of the evening. Ices,
fruit and cake were served.
.vay and keep them' afraid of themi
uid in an, tne meeiing was Harmo
nious and interesting.
it was decided that a committee of
three be appointed to send out special
invitations to every Negro business
-nd professional man in Nashville to
be present at the next meeting. The
committee is A. N. Johnson, II. A.
Boyd and T. Clay Moore. These gen
tlemen will invite representatives
from the smallest to the largest busi
ness enterprise to be present. The
chairman further named a committee
of three on constitution and by-laws.
V. G. Smith, C. N. Langston and A. N.
Johnson will cons" tto this commit
tee. They are to', .rt by next Wed
nesday night, November 20. A name
for the organization was taken up
and discussed. Many suggestions
were made, but no name was agreed-upon.
At 10 o'clock the meeting ad
journed. SPECIAL SERVICES.
There will be services at tho Fi '
Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, Nona,
Sundav, November 17, it being the oc
casion' of their "Great Fall Rally."
The subject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's
discourso at 11 a. m. will bo "A Morn
ing with John on the Isle of Patmos."
The church choir, aiddod by the best
musical talent of Fisk and Walden
Universities, will give a sacred con
cert 8 p. im. The public is cordially
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