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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917.
The National Life and Acci
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital $300,000.00
Lit, Ileallh and Accident
Iisnraace ! one Policy
Wekly and Monthly Premium
Chas. Mitchell .. M i oo
Weil Paper Co fo
E. Cooper lOO
J. L .Quinn SO
J. S. Love 1 0O
Robert Elliott 1 00
Chaa. Laullenherger J5
Hunter H. Perry 25
Dr. C. W. Crown 50
J. Randolph 25
Mrs. F. E. Kuhn 60
Vincent, president Senior Medical
Class, also president, of tie Bible
Class of this department; obituary,
Mr. J. D. Merida, president of the
class; resolutions from the Junior
Dental Department, Mr. Walker; re
solutions from the Junior Medical
Class, Mr. F. C. Greer; remarks,
Mr. J. R. Coaaey, Junior Medical;
riiurks. Dr. J. A. Lester. Professor
of Physiology; song. Savior more
than life to me; remarks, Rev. D. T.
Cleaver, Junior Medical; remarks,
Rev. L. E. Vincent. Senior Medical;
song. Nearer my God to Thee; bene
diction. Rev. D. T. Cleaver.
GEO. E. WHITE M.
physician a surgkom
Miss Carrie Kuhn
Mrs. D. W. Burke ..
Squire D. W. Burke
I Ellis Shoe Co
: 1.. Sevidi
I fins Bloudau ....
Stein 4 Co
oeny Bros 60 tv, classmates and friends, lie was
Cummins 10 00 a member of the Bible Class of Me
J. H. Ring and Son praise the 1
cause and donate J 2.50. These dona
ier, Anderson, Golntoo. King, Fit.
Gordon, White, Hatcher. Nlcksoa
We pray God s blessings upon these
officers that they may prove faithful
and remember they have a chars to
WOMEN'S STATE EXECUTrVE
The Executive Board of the Wom
en's Auxiliary of the Missionary
flantist State Convention 'will bold
constitution had been made
tng for such a position.
The departments of the Great
Northern Place will be cigar stand,
randv shoo, news stand, ladies and
penta' shoe shining parlor, tailor only colored young man head of a
shop and mail order department, ana 1 laboratory of a white studio, and he
there will le a laundry agency and nas a great uuuiucr i juuug inuuua.
a ladies' rest room. Mr. B. H. Jan-1 He is also chairman of the debating
uary will have charge of the mail departmentt of the North Pole Lit
erder department and will have ! erary Club and a member of the Co
agents alt over the United States in j operative- Club and K. of P. lodge,
a few months. He has been study-1 Mr. Amos White, treasurer of the
for mora new enterprise, is a live wire in
TISKEGEB INSTITUTE SUMMER SCUOOL FOR TKACHEKS
EIGDTQ ANNUAL SESSION JUNE ll THHU JULY 20. 1IT
lixUnnWe Courses Uplendld F.eullr
meeting: on Saturday. February
Tilth ar van a m 1 n a kmnsidiim h , tr liih 111:111 ui ut:i 1 1 1 vi 1 lui uiuia 1
1 'a lm.i in the North Third Ave-1 than five years. Boys and girts of business. He is a tailor by trade and
ir....i.. .. v, 1 i ,iiA Rantlah jHhurch anil an urcent this cltv will be given a chance to he Is
xioiiu nua a uu nunms j w '
young man and a Christian gentle-
25 ! man. He was larly lovctl by facul-
renuest has been sent out through . make extra money as agents.
the president, Mrs. D. A. Ferguson. I Mr. James W. Eakius, vice presi
signed bv the corresponding secre-1 :
tary, Mrs. J. L. Harding, urging .full
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
OFFIC1 28 CEDAR ST. U 4:
RCS. 1600 JEFFERSON ST. M. 307C
lions are all from white people.
REV. R. KEMP, D. D., OF
CHARLESTON. S. C.
One of the big officials of the Na
tional Baptist Convention unincor
porated, was In the city last week In
the rerson of Rev. R. Kemp. D. 1).,
the secretary of the Foreign Mission
hum- n,i n-r.nl, i h.ivA prarinnf,l i attendance. A nuuiler or out OI
from that department this year. Hla I town members are expected Friday
liody was shipped to his home In lrom various parts 01 me awe.
Petersburg, a., leaving at 9: la p.
m., via N. C. & St. L., accompanied
by Mr. C H. Alexander, classmate.
-ALUILXI VISIT MEHARRY.
During the present week many of
the alumni made visits to Meharry
to review the scene of their old
Row a.Napsar Court RnlMnc, Pfcoa.
Ottic. M 1477
W. H. ODEN
RCJU. ESTATE BROKER.
FttlC HOMES AND FARMS OM EASY TERMS.
OAs has the e&frum. 1U- kiuwt ts Urol Mnta,
PUMt-UliV,-'.jJ H.u. 1.....
a Bal fixate. See UULN, lie tawwa.
Board of his convention. Whila camping ground. A good many ol
here Dr. Kemp was the guest of Rev. ! thine were members of last year's
O. B. Taylor, C51 Bass street. While j class, as follows: Dr. P. C. Downs,
hi stay was a brief one. It was I Dr. G. J. Dixon. Dr. It. C. Patton
learned he held several conferences ! and Dr. E. F. Portlock. All of last
relative to the work of his board and i year's class. All of these younK
! tliat he was welt pleased with the re-jn.en have passed the dmereut state
.1)1 Ml IKh.n
Moue tunned at luw race
ception given him by the Nashville
preaohors of his convention. On
Sunday and Sunday night he GUe4
i.oaiils and are now passi.tg through
the city en route to their various
fields of labor. We have also been
INDEPENDENT WIDOWS COAL
Under the direct ion of Porters'
Union No. 1 genral report contribu
tions readied the 2w mark. 222
applicants have been investigated
and the coal is being delivered I probabilities are
cu. divided into quantities. Ap
plications are still coming in. Aged
women from different parts of the
eity and churches are applying for
id. One thousand five hundred
liushels of coal have been ordered
from different coal dealers of the
eity. We appreciate the kindness
shown to us in this movement bv
both white and colored people of
this city and to the coal dealers who
gave us prompt service.
General Welfare Committee: Ma
tie P. Dorch, L. H. Johns. Tillman
ii. oiuwari, secretary; B. H
ary, vice chairman; E.
General re;ort o the widows'
Previous acknowlodsement . ,$2 47
Prominent white business"" mon
several pulpits and left the city favored this week with the visit of
Monday to fill some engaRements In Dr. and Mrs. R. b. t.raiit, clou
Alabama, Dr. Kemp was in Nash-' of 1904 of Colorado Springs, Colo,
ville last February attending the i Dr. Grant has fully succeeded in the
Executive Board meeting of his practice of his profession and is
convention. Upon his arrival in the now a prosperous physician and sur
citv a rumor was afloat that the fieon ot the far western city. He
he would locate
the foreign mission board in Nash
ville, but this report or rumor
could not be confirmed, hence be
fore he could be thoroughly inter
viewed aa to whether he had plan
ned to make Nashville the headquar
ters of the foreign mission Board of
the National Baptist Convention un
incorporated, he had left the city
and on Monday morning at the
Baptist Ministers Conference an
other effort was made to see if the
rumor could be confirmed, but It
was fruitless. The only Informa
tion that could bo gained from it
M. Steward, i was t'lat Dr. Kemp had received
' llattering offers from ' several of the
cities south, north and east, to lo
cate his board. One brother proffer
siOke Interestingly to the Senior and
Junior Medical Classes and told of
some of hla practical experiences.
ed the information that the chances i tion
HALH HOSPITAL NOTES.
Mr. Henry Kean of Louisville, Ky.,
a student of Fist University, Is
fast recovering from a very serious
lr. Wm. Cannon of Atlanta, Ga.,
also a student of Flak University, la
able to be up again after an attack
or pneumonia. His sister, Miss
Ethel Cannon, of Atlanta, Ga., is
spending a few days in the city.
Mrs. Luolla Thomas of Pulaski is
convalescent. She was brought to
the hospital by Dr. J. C. Gantt.
Miss L. Arnold of Mr. Juliet has
recently undergone a major opera-
are it will be located in Birming-
women praise cause and donat- i hani, Ala., and it was learned that
Mr. R. J. Joyner cf the Mer
R. G. Dunn & Co
St. Bernard Coal Co
Meadors Pulliam Coal Co.
P.urke & Co j
J. S. Reeves i
11. D. Simon 1
Tinsley Millinery i
Sam Levi '. .. .. ' " i
W. H. Clark j
B. McCarthy i
Harris Davis ', i
Dismukes Nilcs Hat Co 1
Dr. emp is tc hold a series ot
' meetings in Birmingham and Mont
A friend i jq
W. S. Riddle i oo
J. L. McWhorter 1 Oo
Jones &: J luj.Uins Co.
C. F. W.Uiams .,
P. II. Cain
E. A. Gardner . ,
Mr. Herbert Wellington Harris, a
member of the Junior Medical Class
of Meharry Medical Col'ego, who
lias been confined to his bed at Hub
liaril Hospital since the early part
of November, departed this life Mon
day'' evening. Jan. 29, about 5:20
o'clock. The body was turne"'!- CVtr
to the Taylor & Co. undertaking
establishment far .preparation for
-liiinient to his home in Petersburg,
Va. Funeral services were held in
t-hucliapel of the undertaking estab
lishment wWh the president of the
class, Mr. J. D. Merida, acting as
master of ceremonies. The program
was as follows: Song, There is rest
for the weary; prayer by Mr. F. E.
Williams, president of the V. M. C.
A. of Meharry Medical College;
Soup, What a friend we have in
Jesus; Scripture reading, Rev. L. E.
Dr. E. G. Lester of Madlsonville
paid us another visit last week and
brought Miss Fields of Madlsonville.
Dr. B. F. Davit of Columbia,
Tenn., came down Wednesday morn
ins witj) a patientt.
The nurse training department of
the hospital continues to bloom.
MR. JAMES R McGIRT IN TOWN.
Guess who's in town," was the
worif that was passed around Sun
day. "I do not know who it Is," was
then generally the answer. And then
en me the information, "James E.
McCiirt," who is known far and wide,
throughout the United States because
of his writings, his lectures and his
extenslvetravels. Mr. McGirt ar
rived Sunday morning from where
nobody seems to be well enough in
formed to say, but at any rate, he
tins been seen In the city all the
week, mingling with his friends and
looking the picture of health. When
seen by a Globe representative he
stated he did not know Just how long
he would remain iu the city. "It all
depends upon how I get affairs lined
up" was all he could be induced to
say. But one of his personal friends
stated he was en route to see his
mother who resides In North Caro
lina. When asked if he Intended to
publish a magazine again, or whether
he intended to get out any more of
hia poema he stated it would all de
pend upo;: what he found on his
southern trip. He did state, however
a deal of his time has boon spent In
and about Chicago since his last vis
It to Nashville.
. iff If
f - f
also the chairman of the re
ception committee of the North Pole
Litorary Club and a member of the
i Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
! Miss Pheba Childress, the cashier
1 of the new enterprise, Is a young
i lady with good business talent She
i is now the cashier of the McCaster
News Agency and was once a clerk
I in the grocery store of her father.
She has a number of young friends
I and Is a member of the choir of the
j Mt. Nebo Baptist Church and the
critic of the North Pole Literary
i Club. These young people will be
j glad to have their friends to come to
'. see them; Souveuirs will be given
I away at the opening and music will
j be the feature of the day.
tal College, and who U now enjoy
ing a nice practice in Macon, Ga.
The Wisteria Art Club waa organ
ized Monday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Henry Reynolds, 1207 14U
avenue, S. Officers were elected aa
follows: Mrs. S. M. Utley, president;
Mrs. B. W. Fitzgerald, fice preat
ilent; Mrs. Robert Eason, secretary;
Mrs. Lloyd Matthews, assistant sec
retary; Mrs. Henry James, treasur
er; Mrs. Henry Reynolds, chapla." ;
Mrs. A. B. Martin, reporter. The
members enrolled were Mesdames-
Henry Reynolds, Henry James, B.
W. Fitzgerald. Robt. Eason, Lloyd
Matthews, A. B. Martin, R. Jones,.
R, Floyd, S. M. Utley and S. M.
Strayhorne. Mrs. S. M. Strayhorne
will instruct, in art. The club will
meet Wednesday afternoon, February
7th, with Mrs. R. Jones, 1401 HMge-
MR. B. H. JANUARY,
President of the Great Northern
Ql'EKN ESTHER COURT NO. 5.
Queen Esther Court No. 5, Inde
pendent Order of lmmacuiatcs neui
their installation Thursday, jenunrv
?th. Mrs. Irene Dowell, the Wor
th" Spy that number, caused the
hearts" 'c! the members of her court
t burn witiiin them when she told
how God had dealt with her and j runtber of standing committees at
that she ran say with JlSirnnro that I their Inst meeting Thursday. They
she is living oil the hallelujah side, j i iso received and adopted some re
Mrs. Dowell is a wide-awake woman commendations from the executive
nnd now she has put on the whole , committee which held a nietin:; last
nrrnnr. Sister Woodmore. one among Wednesday. The following are tho
Complete arrangements were per
fected last Week by the Colored
Men's Club by which Nashville Is to
observe the anniversary of the late
Fred Douglass. 'All of the schools
of the city will be asked to Join in
this celebration and the public at
'arge is invited to devote some time
during the day of February 14th or
that night in memorial exercises. A
committee on program, which was ap
pointed at the regular meeting held
by the Colored Men's Club is to pass
ut suggestive programs and it Is
understood they will send copies of
'heir programs to tbe National Head
quarters at Washington, D. C, which
is fostering tiiis movement. There
are some members of the National
Memorial Association who reside in
the city and they too have received
information from the national head
fuarters who will no doubt Join In
the celebration. Aside from fos
tering this memorial exercise, the
Colored Men's Club appointed n
dent, is a tailor by trade, and is now
connected with the University Tailor
Shop. He will not sever his con
nection with the University Shop
until sometime in March. Mr. Eakins
is a sterling young man, being the
vice president of the North Pele
Literary Club and a member of oth
er organizations. Mr. F. R. Webster,
recretary of the New Enterprise, Is
another young man with great
ability of doing things. He is the
i MR. GEO. ALLEN HERE.
Mr. George Allen of Chicago, 111.,
was summoned to the city last Wed
nesday to see the last of his mother,
Mrs. Bettie Lowe. Although living
in another city, he was always
thoughtful ot his dear mother and
did all he could to cherish and com
ner old age. And now
s she haa gone to her reward be
has nothing to regret, for he gave
her all the assistance he could ever
since he has been grown. Would
that we had more noble sons and
daughters who would always be
loyal to mother. May the Lord
continue to bless him and enable
him to live a noble Hfe.
the youngest women in the Court,
was elected Queen. We pray that
she may do a groat work. The fol
lowing officers were installed:
Sisters Dowell, Woodmore, Gillnn-
Flandin? committees presented
President Taylor: (Insert)
Another item was the eieclion of
Mr. C. N. Lnngsto'i as assistant sec
retary after an amendment to the
'. , lir - -h i .
MRS. MOORE RECOVERING.
The many friends i;f Mrs. Carrie
J. Moore, of Macon, Ga., will be
pleased to learn that she is recover
ing from a very serious operation
which she had to undergo receutly
at the Macon hospital. 'Mrs Mnere
waa formerly Miss Carrie J. Joyce
of this city (Nashville) but was mar
ried some time ago to Dr. W. E.
Moore, a graduate of Meharry Medi-
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uu miLa thin a.fniinriln.
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Mme. C. J. WALKER HAIR C00DS
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MRS. F. T. DILL
1819 Summit Ave.
or cell M. 1948
i MR. F. R. WEBSTER,
Secretary of the Great Northern
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