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January .!,;( 1908; i Marks
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LARGf NUMBER ;0F PROMJNENT
EDUCATORS -PRESENT.: . v ,
MEN AND WOMEN" FROM' ALL
"BLED FOR THE OCCASION
RAINi IN THEIEARLYi RARTfOF
BEGINNING OF EXERCISES 1M
, PRESSIVE SERVICES CONDUCT
: ED W-'REV. VVlVf. WAWeS-
PROF. SALES MAKES PLAIN
'According to predictions and previ
oirs . announcements, Roger Williams
diversity waormall opened Wed
needay, January "1. ' "The' opening ex
erfcises -wej'e grand-and i ira9sing.
Piiominent citizens of Nashville and
other parts of the state of Tennessee
10;: 30 a
stltution from the car line, and the in
te'rference of old Jupiter Pluvius, who
seemed to get in'his work early in the
dav. nrevented the punctuality that
was expected to characterize the open
fng. . Notwithstanding this interfer
ence. aiiafeniHceilt; aidiiteVaf on
hand to'ttlie) A)drl rJ thfei troSram
wjiich finally tyem ;at( p9?Di
fThe hoard of directors, the pastors
t theoltVJjfaid Jthef profoihirlc vis
itorsjWjerje seated, urotl fhe platojm
Promptly , at-, twelya p'tWu .Uie, presi
dent of the board of directors, Rev
d in these exercises. The
wis '.scheduled la- Jiegm at
. m.rbut the aistance -of the in-
'AiJ Wjn. Haynes, in a very neat and be-
:l"M. ' ' -U l-i. J 1 it. .,.'.kr,l'
coming speecu, liiiruuuueu uie iicsi-
dfnt.-elect of the faculty. Prof. J. W
John&on. After some, introductory re-
hKC marks as'o' the7. probable"'! future of
the school, the struggle to re-open it,
thr''eariiist'jteflrff,4n thejart'bf Oi
troduced Prof. Geo. W. Scales, of New
York, iuifeiintfiid'entj qEicKi'ln.lfor
the American Baptist Home Mission
Society,, jvho u;4s. jafked. speak pn
the futiir policy .of the Society." Prof,
Scale'sf i-ntVodured lie- shbotoW) : ti i the
sitiCor jsaj-jL ;i)lan, pjjactical planner,-
which characterizes th,e maYi. He,
assWed' the jtfttHfrnt-fei the1 Alrectrfrs atiU'
faculty that' the .America (,Bvapt
Home Mission Society had lost none of
its pasK inteivcst.in- the educajtignal
.work V the VSlored perfpfe-' bf 'the
South, but admitted that cireum-
ttslWs. '-bid Ho
some extent changed th
some extent tnangea uie iuiuib puij
of thX-ironle ;.M)$sion. , fH
educationnJi woj-Jw He said that the
Society woul'd be in position in future
to keep in operation all of its regular
founded schools in the South,. but,
voulot not "be in a position to make frri-
iproveme'nts to expand its work, not-
I WltllStanaing Uie iact mm, iuc cuiiic
board and each official of the Society
were deeply desirous of doing so. Prof.
Sales said, in part, that the Society
VV fully ttehflfl.;-afteB the tvm (i?as
J ; trousVn-'l,vWhU'li icdtroyiia itreiold
1 Roger Williams, to rebuild on the
I A best to purchase a new site, which
" j I they did, but after considerable coun-
II in ix . v,M,rrTn Voof in malm
selling it "tia iiiuufeiiv. uoi. w
1 the proposition to the coifed Bap-
tists of Tennessee to take charge of the
stfytMaijthety own name. tM-iU(;
'.Prof! Sales said .that. the . authorities
Roger WHlipiP'fUe.;,Hf said that
neither of thl T)iirdmgfe. Vor any of
' the ifi-oc'ty spj03f'lo VboltfuacC to
Roger William rverec,e,vfj deeded to
that institution.: .that the. property be
longed eiqUvyely lo';iJe . American
Baptist liome imissiou oocieiy ui
York, and it was their privilege to dis-
of the Home Missioi) Society used no
ne. tf (Unite Unl male, no Iteich ftf aj
thUmise or ontracl wften tej sofdHftu
pose of it without-consulting Hie local
bqard oi trustees of Roger Williams'
University. J-Iowever, as a, matter, of
cou-tesy,--thev consulted, witji them
coaif;erningthis sale and re-purchase..!
IIO; -said that he was - greatly. sur
prised to -learn" from leading, auinori-;
tios in the city that the colored Bap
tists -felt, that , the Howe Mission, So
ciety, had broken faitli with, thew, and,
did not-really intend carrying out the
ass, ivomi.se., ii earn tnat tne.prea
hf site had been paid for partly hy.
of, , Tennessee,
5,000 of . vvh ich' .was-.furnished . by, 'thg ,
irovrcjanj B'anvist' IfomOris&Ioii &
ciety. He said' that
"11 11 in mc ue.i.
fpy.days 11 matter touching the fitje
to"'the : property ;yould be ; straightened
upland that .tls eptire sitei with all
ofl'tfe buildings',' woula then be ' decked
or to the' trustees df 'Rpge.r 'vVilliairts
University, in trust -for the Negro Bap
tlsts'' of 'Te,nhesse'. ' These ' trustees
would be elected and re-elected by;tlie
Ne'grov'B'a'ptists;themselves, arid that
the' Home Mission vvtetr -was iioidin.
ih readiness $15,000 to the credit - 'of
the";Negro"i BaptistS' ofi Tenne'sse'e. .-S6
spon as they would raise $5,000 more;
ttls' $1S,000 would .be' turned'over to
thfe thisees.for the fre'(3ti6n'of a $20,000.
dfrmitoir. He said ithat- tee lay. had
come when' the Negrft iDaptists ought,
sh)uld and oiust own:and :o;nttot their
o7ir:intitutions- :o higher. educa.tion.-
TTe aaid that the time has come .whop
Nfgroes: 1n-,th,e. 'South , must wprk oot
htir own. problems and destinies and
ilr.r.. ZWL: - r::
the. stated-owned. property sufficient,,
paid "taxes sufficient, to. ,s,how,. -conclusively,,
that they had he Tinahcial abil
ijyj, he number' o&'-grd'uateSj turned,
on'from these' instituUoh& of higher
UarpfpV 'wis-a gua'raee ytki '.they
Veye. prepaid to furnish". 1 their 4'own
taglajprs, faculties, 'trustees, and ther
mariagerg;,'( tljiat'. it 'was Ihe purpose of
ttiQ. 'society to stand Vtbem'urid assjst
tliem'lp eVry way pbssble,'-until they
Khould' geTon Toofagafa.1 M ' '
' At the close of this speech, other re-
the board of trustees and other proml -
nVnt 'gentlemen.' The" services 'closed
.av J.uiwwt!,,!, ,nKril't,ntn7-!
ovnnaM -.-irf a VnnRlderable' number
of students was enrolled. Hence Roger
Williams- karfs - oik ' with
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TENNESSEE MAN INSTRUCTOR .IN
t,: NEW JERSEY. ' ' '
f :.. t. . . . .
.There, are scores of
1 ' ''il '-i' In
Rcattefed ' tKroughoiiJt , itjhe
,,rAw I n.nn ' --
are making themselves felt ih busines
ais well as in the' prdfessions.
.mi,n mnrt who finished
with the 'class of wny-dt Amherst Col-'
An,.A , Ac -n
;U he had finished;, and ere he could'
('tit iH ii'Ui uimui.'irv.uiu. w...
roach his Tennessee, home, he had
ha1 ,hpfnr offered a position with the
Maniiar Ttaining '. and Industrial,
TiHol-Iof T5ordejitdwri.N.;-J. When
inj,:Nashvilfe 'dunn the. sumrn.e'r, he
did.'nQt -"know. vVhethe'r 'ho-woutd -ac:
cej?b e:r)Ostlonf Pr. ;noJ. ';.Slnce then
-:- -- . , ()L. . v j
mation comes in a letter that he has
accepted the position oMriftruotor Tn
tht- 3n&titutian'. lU 'Hrfs-' tho ehtlro:
control of the Departihent'of Agricul
ture witti 5xbont' 300 acres; of fanning
planir.' This? is,.' tJiilJagesti ; colored
agricultural Jin3' jicqh apical nc(jrlfge-l
In the North, and ithe -placing of Mr
CariitlietiJ: ll'th'.ljnfidciaf . lihfcvilwart
n;eat is a diFitjnct recognition to Ten-
"! r- ;fehri?the.rfe 'is 'a' ' cMtaht feeder
of the' tilrthe'rihd Tia's' a. lio'st 'of. friends
In Naslitille. i v le 'desires 'that'he
;obe Is -'the -clearest,''-the ,ireatef,;bt
(nit'edan.a th'efmoH. he'sy'. paper -'in
lie i act', . .vyiLiinH , iiL t'.rciLiuu, t f
frat' ks soon as tne ew' library for .the
ihool- is ready. frf will ' De hnl at"' the
ifspqsal- fit thie' ,(tudch.t, 'bbd.; ' the
;thte 'of Now 'jfrrsey make's' larg ap-
propriationsi to the institution yearly,
find aside from this;they receive their
fchare.5or.:-tb LWorrelD ftttdli V'y.jy.
k' fHONOf? 3f o.'-Hb-
.y'J .11 l-Vj.' ' .1." 'f VlT r V 'l J-
v'The-'dooiis of-, the heailt If ul JWidence
W ,Mr;f.anl.jMrs. Tofyi. .Jcfarfle' Pear'
-.jxeet, rwore , inrqwn, ,open, ia,turaay
:ii eninc, .Decjeniber llS,. ,li hpnar ,of
Mass Josie Griffey and Mr. James Darr
den. Profuse decorations In holiday
colors adorned the rooms. Music was
REV. WM. BECKHAM, D. D. .
1 Rev. Wm. Beckham is the Field
Secretary of, Uiq, Rational. Baptst .Pub
lining.' Boaj-dr' Ipoatecl .in- this,, city.
ue, i,roenu-yi corypietea a ,tnp seldom
if ( ever, egua'led- fyr, number oj miles
trayeJeci'rinthei same. ' length-of
tlnje, ' O'u October' 1907, -Rev., Beck-h.-yu'eu
Thville. .'(1lle returned, home
nijf.omlion 'W. Viovinn- fmtroloil Q
miles and delivered 12o sermous &w
Wem to fatigue under the hard .train
wid seldom stay &Un; his 'Office over fif
teen jlays .at.aj time., , - - ,. . ,
-rj, i,. -.. rrrrrf-: - h'-frT-,
e, 'of the .evening' 'Xn 'elb
u of e several 'courses' 1 'was
served. The guests Svere received by
Mis?s Iena Barnesi, sVannoy .Webster
nnd Jen Jij (Brothrsiy Thosv pres
ent were Misses Griffey, Carrie Tandif,
Mihnife JFite,' --Vllla iFdsfier.' Mjrrie
Stoek'ell,'',Corfinie Mc'Gavocli, 'Briicfe
M'E-ing, V-eltia AfosetlyJ Bessie -Gar-
retit,' Maggie Cheatham;' 'Hattiie Wat-
r'nB - " J' tm:l James,.. .steiia
.-ana loience avr -lusrs.
JamoB Darden, Geo: Dard4n,' - Thob.
Vbsri 'Mil(6ri DardenI, John 'Simms,
Charlie Greei,' "WeAtly Maney, 'Rich
aM ' Perkln,'" Frank iPatterson, Perry
, Barnes.' -'Arthur Evans, 1 Benj (Green,
Jw - :cfOck, '4 Jonas'. J.. W. Frank-
(linV'Hadldy :Fite leroy 'Barnes, John
I T'Bturies, Peter' Stevens, Wm. Stofck-
I'll.' ..1 . . I r . ,;.. j . ifi::
Orlando roorheies' and Miss Fan-!
it? W'iitkin. t
i NEW OFFICERS' ELECTED, i
Danion ridge,r12, iKi'Of P.TiOld its
biH'n postponed to this
.ntsnt- on account of -Christmas -The
f' (' u S'-
AVir;.Rf)ys.tr; Y.'C, R Tr Keller:' M.
. . .... ... , , .
oCW, -G. W. Blaifitx; P.J Rev J. ' C.
Fields; M. of P., J. O. Rattie;;'M. of
Ex., .1. B. Batte; M.at A., .las. Fiier
t)n ; yT ru s W- IL , Ki G ee ; . Ro u res.enta
tives, V: .TcVandferf k. K Harris, "j.
Ul Blaine,- Win.- oyster. ' . ' ' '
; x ' IMPORTANT MEETING. !
''Tliet-e tva's an Important imeti'hg' of
the Business1 -and'1 ' ProiessWnal
Ieagiie ; hMd Ta'i-t. wet-'k in fwhich' some)
matters' pertaining to the Work 'of 'the
l.Oague fof'1'906 iere fjdne' or and
dfiew we' colHvctetl. ' A call was is
suied f&r a'wpe'cial- meeting- Wednesday
night, tJaivrary 8 at '8 o'clock',' in' the
office of! the Presklenl ' Hoii A. N.
Joh'nsOh.:!4M Cefar street. 'A l'afge at:
toinTance'is expecWcf. ' 1 TheVe will be
new- mmbm'pisent to :asist in the
work prOpoisefl,'1 ' ' '.' ' i -' i
i ' cj j:i,s j " ')'' ' '
.' NEW '"YEAR'S LUNCHEON. '
1 jAt'tlf'e reid'4nce'''6f,rs',F'' CL: iowl
IrlfT ifelT 'jTdttersloV.' "street', ,verer en
terthindd k' cqtere,or fri'emls to a New'
Year's 1 t-Mlflin-n1 '"' Tnin-'enwi,!' W.no ' rf
the' go.od old aa5;s of yore. , The piairv
athfe1 M ' 'the . occasfoiV '.was ,' .the
iv'atthfur '.eye of Little M(ss Mollie
V 9VIV ,wjtfi, an eagle's ye, imon. -the
rnct.t.hat ;the did '.jiot eat tiqr . ta-'drfte'p'art-of.tne
turkey, hrid when-it
va$ Asked for, fthd exclaimed ' ."Don't
a'rtMf. ThatV-'mfner' 1
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.Mrs. ;CIia. B;ixtor. fhd- Mrs.r Hftirv
-wckhart wepo' hvno5ee , og aVbeiruitir
-.aturday night during the holidays
Tho guests were seated at a beau
tifully arranged table with a va
holding pink and white carnations an
maiden hair fern. A luncheon of tw
courses1 was served. Those present
were Mesdames Baxiter and Lockharti,
the honorees; Areustrong, R. L. Washj
ington, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, Misses
Perkins, Carrie Page, Messrs. Whitq
Williams, M. Hayes, and Drs. Walke
and Lay. ,
CHRISTMAS DINNER. j
Pretty in its appointment was
Christmas dinner given by Mrs. j Cj.
W. Stokes at her home on Fourteenth
avenue, South, in honor of her sister1.
Mrs. Laura Allen. The table wai
yeHed with, darnask., Those presen
ive'e 'Mrs. L'aura Alleh; Mrs. Ros;j
Moore, Mr. H. D. Ra'ney, Rev. and
pLyp Mrs. O. Stokes, .and
L. T. I. S. C. ENTERTAIN.
-One of the mast delightful social I
events of the season was the Christ-1
iiiw i tffiiuitju-fc; ui lvir. una iirs. iapu-
leon RanPonlZ&OL'Blaik )tVei'php
parlor and Vooms weV6 Deautifully dec-
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Napo
orated with niisttotoa
Christmas Bells of various "colors, and
these, together with the brilliant lights,
alnijvueAt -.given , by the La-
TmYrQVfinu''n,t' Sewing Cir-
lay 'n'gm, Ddcember o0, at
raade v. wumwn t ,?pne. fiele-j liftg JUbkiiij iiiotUeiir3oi-5iitilU f a
and various games were enjoyed, aft-j most sumptuous repast prepared for
t which the guests wereJfnMfceil iulblJloViJ 1'rylMi R. H. Boyd, the manager,
the dining-room, which was a thing of J This was the second annual New Year's
bieaiity. The table wa? covered with j dinner given by the institution, and it
a snowy linen and a beautifully em-1 has proven to be the most acceptable
IwoideredjQentei'jJieoe, on which stood
trie lamp with a rose tinted globe, and
a! vase holding a bouquet of American
Many Christmas bell
oVer the 'tsMe? Tho
following guests were present:
Mesdaimes Annie Frierson, Laura
Thomas, r- Whitorth, Jennie
'Vaugfiin, EJla Price,. Shields, Jo
kephine Hockett, of Donelson, Tenn.,
Alfcciib Qncla Tlilna Simile R-1501 1.
more.JMa.ttie' Udckerson, Ivy MaeDdck-li
Robbie ' Mae Wyatt,
S. M. Johnson, Walter Caldwell, 'Ed
ward Whittaker, Hugh O. May,
Eifwin, "NaDOlemn Ransom; ' J. W. Jjee,
Harrv Pouslas. Masters :Amos 'Allison
Nmioleon Rnnstim i Jr. i . ' , . . i :
; The following officers .and members
Avere pvosent;. Mesdames Mary ; Lee,
Semmie Erwin, Mary Simms1, Delia
Dwigginls,1. Hartllflia,' ; Ra'nsoni Annie
ie M. Wy.ntt, i Henrietta
, Paa-Rcrl :Sardh !K. ' Yenable.! Carrie
Maggie,' Allison-,'. Pearl
Sophia; Jiains, Laura 'Doug-
iThe 'followiB'g.'iTiienU wa3 servod .In
qours-es: (Jy.stcr soup, . turkey, cran.
liwi'ies'. cfiUiryj Fji'Tiicli -.was. creamed
otatoes, spaghetti, broad, ice( crpam
(.HeNf iaog-t'.mi1,s, 'ralslnsj candy,
black coffee. .: , . .
.M'ri 'and'-'Mr.' Joseph WbAdfolk,1 of
West Herman street,' ienteftalned with
tlimieri at their l'eddence- last Sun
day. The many delicacies of ' the
seJvson we t'4 ' s.r in'1 a manner that
Es characteristic of the5 -hostess -'and
tile gues'ts"'preVJen!t eA loyed 1 the' boun-
cexjiis repast. -The', in vltfe'd ' guests
Mr'j a nd ' M i. 'Joseph' ' De Wees
Mr, J. O. Battle and company, J.'F.'
pattle and company, L. D. Bumbrey
And comn;im''injl 'D.'JlacHley1 Win-
iton and company,
WATc'mkd f h'e .bib 'year1 . 61it1
A.clubjOi young) ladjes gathered at
lie. -aUractivc ihonie-iof rs. Wm.-
(j.pHiijlit. to, ,'Vatch tji,e, old. i year put
and, tho. ryuj yjiajr if..", Jhe; hfjuss was
tyu ti fjiUb' .'(grated i ys'i'tdi, hbl ly, i m.Ls
tjltfuanlj belJsi ,D;ancfp'g and sanies
.iMje; ithie. pieyisivc, o, r.the,-eyening.'
cm. ()iilvXicaHdU'K -iiind iwine t'uiniBhed
temp'ting menu, served at a late
our. Tho.-e iu-esejit were Misses
ossie Frierson., Ethel Jrio,i;son, Jose-
h-ine Aii(ri'eVsv, "Jessie Moufgomery,
!,Jaea 'Mabi'V, ninuv TCrwln,-Diou:rt,
sn)le iHodgc I LWtLeJ .n'avTsi'SaSlo
iralhln, i Addio-Alhom' Messrs'. Doug-'
3Ha'rillng: LnfcT BrbuYi; Hjeoriafd"
Sfrat.ton, Charlie Coleman, E. J. De
Wyatf, Messrs. W. H. Allisoh-C.1 M.
Young.V Vaughn, - W Ven.ablev J.
J. Pa!ter;;jW. Wyatt, E. Simms; Dr.
I' J li .
Dr. Boyd Secretary of Na
iionai d. vj Board
I I ' :
.,. NEW YEARS DAY. :
EVERY ONE WORKING
INSTifUTiOrN,' ENJbVS H
pPjTALTY-LOWG; .TABLES iIa-
DEN WITH THE, DELICACIES t)F -THE
SEASON MR. HENRY ALr j
LEN BOYD PRESENTS HIS FA
THER, CR,V R, ft ;Bp9,:.,qN0
HUNDRED ArlblT'Y- - DOLLAR
GOLD WATCH-PITHY SPEECHES
dNLlYE TH5. OCCASION.
The year of 1908 was begun by the
emi)lovees of the National BaDtist Pub-
and by far the mos(t,jeijoy.abjelopcsipji
in the year at the publishing house.
Special arangements had been made by
the ,managenient and ervry' employee
tUatvcoolA pbssilily attend hkd been
tspecially invited. Some of them were
on vacations, others were taking the
holidays, while still '
ones were in' buf in' all a laTgfi-p6r'
tion jof -those employed at the i,nstitu
tioi( was' present. . j'-jiiif (ij'!
vn dinner is only anotner manires-
ner is only another manires-
the' real : iatrest; .ire '. f achjjUw
dlyldnal connected ,wth at religious
jiatt ,by its management. 'Dr. ' Boyd
uad determined td make everjt fee:
py on New Year's day. Finding, that' it
was impossible to give, individual pre3.
.yoiild . have .each employee dine. with';'
hinii-, '.-Tftjus, .yrangiiientjS .vere begiiiji
f)j: ,Ux? ., dinner. '( Turkeys', chicUens'
liains,, beef- ipass, pok.'iiala'd, fruit,"
lis'. iCoi'fee,- italic. ancT crqain.and! rd, .
tpct, au lye nice catauies were on, nana. (
'Ijlie dc'coratiou and jtlie'.-sep-ing of tb'tj
dipne'r vas; dirgctl'y(in harp'of ty t
4l,ice Uou,gass,. Uie, well tyWiiVajte
or, aid '' T'' 113 11 f- A 1 f 0 rA-1 ' rl uipat s
jero prcpaiTil at(i)wigii'si' 1restijuraht,'r (
v bile the cream .was. furnished by' the
Mia Creamery.; -T)voff. of Mtlie largest
turkeys seen ih'Nashville'and two doz
nf chlfkeiiW 'ere' tlhe extOntiof th?
.fjofci fdr-Uhe 0(Tisioni : ' .1
"The dlrfiier was sefVed 6n'tlie second
lloor of one of the new buildings. Beau-
ififul fostoorifnfes of: ed'. white 'ar(d
lj!ue,;with various' colors of 'Christmas
!oils'aii-d' dainty' fruit wore the1 decora
tions. , ' '
ytfoe tabW circled the. front--o'f the
liuilding. The scene was enough' to '
harpen the appetite of one not hun
gry, nut this yas;i!?t-s;9 wan any or
he emnlofees, .as tall, were. . .hungry
Without tlie sight of the' table. ' They,
a ad, wprlvcd, fy sfjven o'cJoc.k i"n the
piorniug until" three witliout stopping. .
it, fox the, iiHijal thirty jninu'tes'-of '
rorayer. word naa oeen given tiut me
jstit,utii)ni would not, stop for. the. regu-
Par twelve o'clock 'dinner; hour, .but
ehatjWhenhe. bol. did ;rfng,-,all' woujd
io dine in me snt-eiiii un-
ipig-roqm .op tne second noor 'wmcn
had boon 'prepared for them. . .-' "'
ULlll LH I'll J)l fiai (11 IUI Lilt 111. , .
At t,hree o;clQfl llr.' 'ld' rah?
tiigchapl1 lieirrfnd'ft was not-'lon
pei dou ana it was noriong te-
flore.. every employee had - gathered1
ire., every employee .
rf)UfidJ the tabWready
' . .1.1 I f . ' i i . r V . . . . l
( atables in front of them: 1
vns sWhy'Ttev. ll.fHXC"lf
1 The ''gra'ce '
raian of thf Board, and then the battle i
'. ' While'Uhe ''meal1 'wa; being
eaten, toasts were said by 'Mr. U. .H.':
firrill; ' fdrman b( tli? in'ixif-rr adih'g
loom: Rev. Win. Beckham, (Fkld.'Sec4'
aryf 'Air. ' 3 lOrenaw; Mr. .D.1A.
Hart, General Foreman, andiRey.'iCH.ii
Just before the dinner was finished,
entsat would s,ujt -every( pne, and, aj;,,
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