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NASHVILLE GLOBE,: FRIDAY. MARCH 23.! 1917.
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3ATtONA.L. Nate NO PRC8S
The man who sold his bogs at JU
has finally .dechled that It 'was an
"Old Beck" is now ,ut of winter
quarters nnd has resumed business at
the eanie old stand in front of the
And, rememlier your unpaid pledge
to the Y. M. C. A.
Furthermore, the days of the suc
culent strawberry draws nearer and
The Middle Tennessee Teacher's
Association should receive a veil
merited welcome vhen they meet
here a few" days hence.
It is now in order for "Old Sport"
to take his diurnal nap along the
sunny, side of the road and chase
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THE MISSING LINK.
Notwithstanding that people move
and settle for the year with the in
stallation of March and get ready
for plowing and seeding and other
things incident to spring, the month
invariably proves disappointing. It
is the otlo monlu during which win
ter lingers painfully in the lap ot
spring. We approach March wist
fully and with outstretclied hands
caressingly, hut it never fails to
offer mean and mulish resentment,
defeating fond wishes and blightin-.'
crdent hope. After five months of
snorting winter we rather loolc to
March to introduce vernal sunshine,
warm fertile f-olds and arouse nature
to renew plant life. Hut March balks.
It can deal out as nuuii snow and
cold as any winter mouth if it feels
like it. and it usually le.'ls like it,
and it its"allv lecls l:k, it. :ind L
holds the t ; ji t record in nrodnction of
C C MEADOR, Proprietor
H. H. PULUAM, Secretary
MEADOR COAL COMPANY
OFFICE AND YAR.DSI221 ELEVENTH AVENUE NORTH
How is your coal bin? Winter is not over yet.
any more fuel please call us at Hemlock 189 or 190.
If you need
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Dear Mr. Miller: Considering your
inestimable worth as our newspaper
editor, aside from your portrayal or
characteristics titat mark you a help
ful asset to our oommonwealth, 1
think it vould. indeed, be a display
cf gros3 ingratitude on our part,
should all of us allow to pass without
comment thereon the recent humilia
tion that you suffered at the hands
of a white officer of our city, also
the faulty opinion rendered by the
City Commission in the case.
How hopeful and expectant were
we that the injustice done you would
he impartially avenged by the ones
who sat in judgment on your case!
And our anxiety increased when we
read of the lengthy taking of deposi
tion and the unusual time spent in
deliberation on a case as was yours.
Hut, alas, the evidence was insuffici
ent, in the opinion of the Commis
sion, nnd your assailant was
acquitted, notwithstanding the valiant
plea and forceful argument offered
by' your able representative at the
far, Hon. J. C. Napier, and the sub
stantial testimony of the witnesses in
I your behalf. And, too, while meditat
I ing on this affair, 1 nm iuclined to
! lose time in supposing that the tables
! bad been reversed. What would have
i been the consequences had a Negro
i so brutally offended a white man un
i tier similar conditions? Would there
i have been any lengthy taking of
' deposition, examining of witnesses,
J etc., to ascertain his guilt or to ob
tain a just verdict? This is easily
! answered no. Rut, to the contrary,
an immediate decision would have
i been meted out, and ere this he would
. "On the road somewhere."
Hut I need not dwell longer on this
, well versed phase of the case, for by !
' observation of the past we have been
'taught that it is no infrequent occur-'
rencn for a white man to smash a i
Nc'iro in the "City o! Opportunity"'
aii'l ";;ot by" in so do'iig; esppciallv 1
if this white man is an officer of the
'law. K.ieh dav Nour-es are wron.i-
' inllv abused by white men. of which;
ve hear liitle or noiliinsr because of j
t'n'.r "i, scire nnd hum I ie staiuln-,
vvA c.'1 o:'t for the fact of your per-'
- ".-ihtv vt.sr ;'-, l.eiiiap:?, would
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in this as ia
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You will find our telephone number on the "back outside page
of the telephone directory; you don't have to hunt the number
up in the book
- MEADOR COAL COMPANY
ing a tew days with her mother, Mrs.
number. Jfrs. Stubblofield Is spend
Frances Smith, and sister. Miss Klla
Hendiey, of Eighteenth avenue, N.
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services at this place Sunday were
grand, the pastor Rev. J. H. Smith,
was in the pulpit looking fine despite
his hurried business trip to Shelbyville
thence to Chattanooga, w'here he went
to attend the funeral of the late Rev.
J. E. Smith, beloved pastor of the Con
gregational Church. The deaconess
Board No. 2 met with Mrs. Cora
Fields on Jefferson St., March 14,
1917, both Rev. and Mrs. Fields made
very inspiring remarks, those of Rev.
Fields striking deep into the hearts of
all present, and too his remarks were
timelv and in keeping with their
Christian home. Refreshments were
served in the dining room. Thursday
afternoon' the Tyree V. H. and P.
Missionary Society of St. John met
with Mrs. Ella Baker on 11th Avenue,
North. The president. Madam M. J.
Smith, presided, all present respond
ed with Bible quotations. A small
col'ection was liftel and after which
rcfresments were served the next
meeting is to be .with Mrs. Simmie
Carter, 1T:',0 Jefferson St., the first
Monday in April. Friday afternoon
the s'evardess Pnprd No. 1 met with
lr. Carrie Davis, llermnsa and 21st
CAI.K1A CLASS OF FIFTEENTH
AYT'NTE T! APTtPT CITFIICTT.
The (,:,!(. !a Class No. '2. met at. Mrs.
Julia Cheatham nf 112-I Slate Ctreet
Superintendent of S. S. Missions of
the district; Rev. R. Howard, A. M.,
M. D.. D. D. We regret that Rev. J.
R. Bowen, the president of the con
vention, and Rev. P. D. Dennis, D. D.,
could not be present owing to previ
ous engagements prevented them
from enjoying one oflhe greatest ed
ucational rallies ever held in this
place. These able divines took leavu
Saturday morning for their various
fields of labor. Our belover pastor,
Rev. T. M. Pettus, remained over
till Sunday to give us a sermon and
arrange some business matters! We
pray the success of the great Chris
tian worker and missionary. Mr. A.
H. Kirkman, corresponding secretary
of the C. R. District Association, re
mained over, gnve out some plan3
and organized some clubs in the in
terest of the work in his department.
He is n very encouraging and tire
less worker and reflected a great
credit on the meeting by his presence
and help given featuring the meet
v 1 ; -,v ;
Martin Is still on the boom and nil
the churches observed their regular
services. Rev. Boyd fl'led his pul
pit at U o'clock and at 7: no p. m.
ltev. Young also preached an able
sermon to his people morning and
evening. Rev. R. II. Peoples preach
ed at Oak Grove. Rev. R. A. Unwell
Croat bed for his people for the first
lime since ho recovered from the la
grlppo. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon
t!ie Woman's Auxiliary of Oak Crovr
Baptist Church rendered an excel
lea; pro-.'ram. Rev. Howell preach.
i':crs ""fve'cvl f t'ieip'! 11,0 funtiai sermon, l no vu:.iiia-air.n'ti.,-
,,-,, Mi j,, ;!; ry is dclng a great work lor charily.
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Smith Dodson et al 'Defendants.
It. nppopring Jftun afillavii filed in
this cause that tho Defendants, Sallio
Dodson Thompson Thompson. An
uia Dr.-lson -.Dodson, John Dodsnn ;
Dodsou, Uio unkuort ii heirs of John I
Damson, ilereased are non-residents i
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it hurl-: !,in; io I e pa.ii; .cJ. A In.,
is a.. iViol.
W'la'i a ni'll; is I'll j.,. ,.Vl,;;tS In
f-fct rich, and l.y the lime 1c is -ic, ,0
hope.) to avoid the pooiin-w.-e.
Monov no loerei- talks in the food
markets. It merely whispers.
M l: -li't'.-
H'n.-y will a,
:::-er, alt .
Annie K;nr.ard nnd o!h
AVllIis nurrell. son of dd "Father"
I.urro'l, was here last week. It was
his first visit south. Me didn't ad
mire Tennessee's bone dry laws,
ne tbei' du. we, but it seems to us he
ought to sorter have read and papers
and concealed at least a "half man"
for the benefit of ye editor.
Mrs. Sarah Walton, wife of Rev.
Cain Walton of this city was called to
the bedside oT her dau'-'hter-iti-'aw,
Mrs. Einora Walton, who resides in
St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Cain Walton left
lrr St. Louis, tuturday evening and
will possibly spend one month in St.
Louis' visiting, her four sons and three
daughters, all of whom live there.
-An optimist is a man who thinks
lie has discovered a ."-cent cignr as
good as the 10-cent brands.
The farmer who takes a good hog
to market these days brings home
'ith him a $50 bill Alsa it takes
a good share of 6uch a hill for thr
rest of us to take home a pork
The shoot on sight policy is sup
ported by David Harum's well
known rule: "Do to the other fellow
what he is tryin' to do to you, and,
do It to him lust." '
Misses E. B. Driver, S. M. Vernon,
Messrs T. V. Ward and W. T .Ford
spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and
Mrs, Frank Dismukes at their beau
tiful homo on the Cumberland, near
Madison, Tenn. After a few hours of
kodaking, tho day was fittingly climax
ed by an old fashioned dinner which
was heartily enjoyed by all.
LOST Sunday night on Olive,
Ninth Avenue N., Cedar, Eighth Ave
nue N. or in First Baptist Church,
sunburst pin with diamond in center
surrounded bw pearls. Finder call
Main 2927. Liberal reward will be
paid for Its return.
Mrs. C. E. Stubhlefleld, the distin
guished elocutionist of Sioux City,
Iowa, appeared on program at the
social given by the student-body or
Fisk University in Jubilee Hall,
Friday evening, Mar. 18, 1917. Two
very pleasing numbers were rendered
by Mrs. Stubbletield. She was greet
ed with a hearty applause after i!3t-b
nut i! Li ;;i.
Ui: Li;lH. Jim
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mi nil-: i,e: a . i.,; i
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Kai'i'ijail en r.. )... t a
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lie Ma i rc.li-cn
;io -r.d alter li a.' if ;
i : ' d.'v'js lai.-ji ia
arr1. iiaee for the
di.-trict relative io Cae eilncationai
i r,..ecl in their eaiieavor tu inaintaln
..!' I i,; o,a!e a Jelnn.i 'in tiiis part of
-113 -iate. felt that thc.v had tangible
n: i hiaaa" -.
Lev. F. I'. Thornton, the pa-dor of
'he I' ni iTaptisi Ciuirih, Clarksville
wlieio the convention will meet in
.iiiiic, pre;;id(id. Seme very iuterest
. ing topics weie dibrustcd on Sunday
: school work. i'reaeiiing on Thurs
, i;ay night; by Rev. Ur. Howard, text,
: Matt, lit: Hi. lu his io;;ieal way Lie
: Doi tor preached a very aide sermun,
j ..ne that will never be forgotten.
Friday wai found in cery particu
i lar to l.o a very interesting day with
Id'scussion nud lectures. The uieet
! im? reached its climax. One of the
most Important features was the les-
poii on March 11th. We did not ask
lor bread as abundantly as we re
ceived It. In the afternoon we en
joyed the. lecture given us by Rev.
K. P. Thornton on "Usefulness of S.
S. Teachers" and a very powerful
one by Rev. R. Howard, A. M., M. D..
"Blasphemy Against the Holy Ghost,
and who Can Do It?" With much
painstaking and simplicity the Doctor
brought to each hearer some very
important truths gleaned. Men saw
the subject under his critical con
sideration as never before.
At 4 p. in., we had another visita
tion of the Holy Spirit from a ser
mon delivered us by Rev. C. W.
Toliver, the pastor 'of the Edgefield
Baptist Church, Clnrkesvllle. The
meeting was very Interesting from
every orb. A neat .little sum was
realized for education. Some of the
distinguished guests were Rev. T. L.
Queries, the vice president of tho
C. R. S. S. Conventions Rev. C. W.
Toliver, Rev. F. P. Thornton, the
Manh 1!ib, the A. C.
:e. ',f Pi lomon i !;a-,e A. M.
h held an interest'!',,?; jiiee:-
i'.'f. !ce!lent papers were icaai by
lice o- Lu'v Mai I'cchle.i. Kvvlvn
!.-.M Foster .ir.d Mr. S. A. I'ee'des.
: :al v.ere a'-'y i!!sciipEod. Tiie pastor
rem he-; t'vo a'de ra.en:;. It, v,a
h";.k"l by many they v.eio the best.
Ihfi" ever b,eavl him iioi:er since his
t-;.;c eraie on th" work. Mr-:. Mattie
!'ri'li"Hl ecintiiiiies ill. Mrs. Jane
b'tvw received the sad laaaage tit
the lie. ilh of l.er brother, Mr. Gil
' ;-v: ; hn haaan, of llc:st.oa, .Mass. Rev.
!'. a'ajors wa-' the aae: I cf Mr.
aic Mr-'. Ali.eit IP'rnett last tiun!av.
lleuevo'.eat Cr ier No. V' he'd
ihe'r cleolinn on last P- nuilay ?iit;ht.
Nc-irly al! the former 'cluei's retained
(hi Ir lH-idtlona. Mrs. 'I. M. Sim
la: us end Mr . N. 10. Let s ami V.'m..
Jr.. (Vied to fteo Mrs. daue Jordan
L.st Srnday. Mrs. J. 11. Hardin- !w
indisposed at this writ ! i.e. Rov. J.
K. Il'ar.liia; preached at Mi'.icr's Mill
on Sunday, March 1 VJ) Mr. Denrv
Cariidi, j3 ratodly ir.oo evin';. Mr.
Thomas Peehlcs of Xarhvllle callo I
to see his sister, Mr?. A. Sarov, last
week. The Auxiliary Lenevoloa!
Order will hold thoir e'eetian next.
thnre?ore ordered, that said
O'i'ri a'rvts c 3i1 it- .thfir appenra'aro
herein p-1 the first Monday in Anvil
pert (1017, it Inaint: April 2nd. I nd 7.
and a rule day of said Court, and
ple.a.d. answer or d-.ttimr tn Cmnphiin
a'H's bill, or tlte.sanie will l;e tahen
for confessed as to them and set for
hcr.rins ex parte, and that a copy of
this order bo published for four con
secutive weeks ia the Nashville
Robert V.nipfhn, C'erl: and Masler.
By C. IL Swaun. Deputy Clerk and
W. II. Yosing, Solicitor for Com
plainant. February 23, 2S, Apr. 7, 14.
M El TARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE.
On Friday ni.Kbt, March "0th, the
r-liijaj niiht exercises will take jilaco
in the Meharry Auditorium promntlv
ct S o'clock. It is lisped to begin
the program strictly 'at the t'me
mentioned and thereby c'.-se earlier
than in previous years. The public
'a cordially Invited to attend this
occasion and to come early in order
to receive seats.
On last Sunday the Young Men's
Christian Association was favored
with quite ,n strong,, profound, logi
cal and instructive address by Prof.
George Ilaynes of Fisk University,
and on next Sunday, March 25, Dr.
W. S. Ellington will make the final
address to the assoclallon for the
present school year. Tills being the
last meeting of the association dur
ing the present school year, we are
hoping for a large audience to hear
Dr. Ellington on this occasion. All
persons, both women and men, are
cordially Invited to attend.
On last Friday, March 16th, Dr. C,
V. Roman, professor of opthalmology,
held the last special clinic on the eye,
ear, nose and throat for the present
school year. At the close of the
clinic. The president of the senior
class, Rev.LvE. Vincent Introduced
Mr. O. B. Taylor, who represented
the senior class in a farewell address
to Dr. Roman. The address was
rreat both in substance and delivery.
Following the address by the eenior
representative, Rev. D. T. ' Cleaver,
: c-p: eetitinr; 1 1,0 junior chis'-'. served
in a l';e tapacitv. Dr. )'.. W. Mor-t-an,
dc'ii of Vanderbilt Fivversity,
addressed the dental department on
Mendnv morninT la?t. The amphi
theater was crowded with i-fudor.ts of
the deptal cr.llcpe nnd . members of
1 he faculty. Dr. Mergan was intro
duied I'V President Geo. W. Hubbard,
lie spoke inlei e niiiKly in words that
were inspir'nt; to the students and
faeuliy. Words from such p. man who
lias had wide evreriotice as Dr. Mor
eno has mean much to Meharry. We
welcome him naaiti.
lion. Chas. L. Swain viaitert tho in
rtitutieu dnrins the present H'eek and
was carried through all of the de
partments, including the cxnernl
clinic conducted by Dr. J. H. Hale.
He also vis'ted the . operating room
nnd saw a major operation success
fully performed. Mr. Swain is one
of the most prominent citizens of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and for several
,ears a member of the House of Rep
resentatives in the Ohio State Legis
lature. In company with President
Hubbard Mr. Swain visited Waldon
University nnd many other of the
prominent institutions of the city.
Mr. Swain is a member of the Board
of Managers of the Freedman's Aid
Society which controls Meharry
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the volcano on which we are sitting
will give way every soon." "France,"
continued Mx. Russell, "has given
the Negro true citizenship. In France
liberty, equality and fraternity are
not hollow mockeries and empty
dreams. In the Chamber of Depu
ties -black men sit side by side v.tth
whiles. France haa never designed
to draw a color line. '
"The Negroes rallied to.' France's
colors when she was threatened. But
what if we had a war here and need-and fraternity.'
ed our Negro citizens? What If,
when we called for them, they an
swered truthfully enough: 'You have
oppressed us; you have killed our
men and women and children; you
have shown ub no justice In your
courts; you have trampled us down.
We will not fight for you!' Would
not the Negro be Justified? But wo
know the Negro in his loyalty will
fight for us despite our great injus
tice to him. There is no national
safety for this country : except in
strict adherence to 'liberty, equality