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. NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY g, 1917. S
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MONDAY ' NIQHT, JANUARY 8th, 1917
At 8 O'clock
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Meeting will be held in the new headquarters I LI
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Dining Room, Second Floor, Main Entrance on 4th Ave., and Cedar Street.
Take any Car to the, Street Car Transfer Station.
Y. M. C. A Building is located on the corner of Cedar Street
and Fourth Avenue.
Every citizen in Nashville who has the interest of the people at
heart is cordially invited, urgently requested and is expected to
be in attendance.
Come and see what has been acquired for the Negro man and boy of Nashville.
BRING SOME ONE WITH YOU.
Many prominent white friends will be in attendance.
Comeand listen to the plans outlined for the opening of the permanent headquarters.
Show that you are in sympathy with the work of the Young Men's Christian Ass'n.
Be one of Nashville's "good citizens' You are a part of the work Be present that you
may know what part of the work you are expected to do. If you cannot be present send
your contribution or your subscription by someone wpo is coming. This is every
body's opportunity. It's knocking at your door. Open and let Opportunity in.
Remember the meeting is Monday Night, at the Negro Y. M. C. A. Building, at 8 o'clock. We Shall Expect you. Come and help the
Colored Men's Branch
Gommittec of Management
H. A. Boyd
Hon. A. N. Johnson
Dr. J. H.Hale -Dr.
J. T. Phillips
Prof. T. B. Hardiman
. S. H. Johnson
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Hon. J. C. Napier
Dr. R. H. Boyd
Dr. C. V. Roman
W. T. Hightower