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"-. MINNEHAHA OLUB.
iliuoUnha Club of payua Chapel
i quite a busy one now. Do you know
: why? Have you asked your neigh
bor? . .
Well you must see them In their
new play. Oh yes, you don't know
what It ia to be.
The Captain of (Plymouth." is a
play entirely new, different from any
you've seen or heard. It Is in a class
of its own. If you -would enjoy a real
ood show we are going to give you
one. Watch the Globe for a list of
some of the participants and an
nouncement of the date.
MR. AND 'MRS. A. N. GRIGSBY EN-
On Tuesday evening March 20, 1917.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duucan of . 1205
18th Avenue. North, was host and
hostess of a delightfully planned six
o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. A. iN. Grigsby. The house was
beautifully arranged for the occasion.
Games were the feature of the even-
ing, after which a five course dinner
was served. Quite a tew enjoyed the
nospiiamy or ine host and hostess.
The Phyllis Wheailev ifTliih will tinM
Its regular monthly meeting at the
u m. r. Publishing House Thursday,
iMyrch 29th. All members urged to be
va weux. ,
iM-rs. G. L. Jackson, Pres. '
.. Mrs. J. H. Hale, Sec.
F R B E
TEAJ)OFFEE & GROCERIES
Ak the clerk lor particular
H. 6. HILL GROCERY CO.
PIANO RECITAL AT PISK
. - UNIVERSITY.
The first of the piano recitals of the
senior class in music at Fisk Univer
sity will be given by Miss Beatrice
ouuuwm w me Memorial Chapel on
Saturday afternoon, March the 31st at
The public is cordially Invited to be
3 A. AND I. STATE NOR-vtat.
iDr. Elam White, President of Wal
den University delivered Third Sun
flay Address, at the A. and I State
Normal, March IS. The audeince was
struck with Dr. White's forceful man
ner of address and the many practical
illustrations given. Dr. White did not
take a particular text, but gave the
student body and friends valuable
points on the "Essential needs of the
Human Race." He said he did not
bring a message to any one race, but
a message to the human family. He
"-urged the Negro youth to educate
ijimself, to be efficient, for the human
race was greatly in need of "Able
Leader?," he also urged them to ac
cumulate, to --.have something, be
someOiinfr, learn to respect the wom
anhood of our race, and the Bible.
Mrs.- W. J. Hale entertained with
the regular monthly social Saturday
evening in honor of the Fourth Yew
ciass. ah interc-sllnc nroaxam .wan-
rendered;- "The Three Ases," "Billy's'
uou represented the first n- Mr '
i-aroi Hayes and Miss Annie Smith,
Second Age; .Miss Ma Lee Jones and
Mr. Excel! Collier. Third Age. All
members of the Fourth Year Class.
Covers were laid for sixty: A color
note of yellow and red was carried out
in the decorations and ices,
The A. and I. State Normal llase
T.all tef.ii will play Meharry 'Satur
day, March, 24 at 3 o'clock, Hadloy
iThe State1 Teacher's Examination
will be held Friday, March' :.0. .Satur
day, March 31, at the 'A. and I. State
Vac . QfaErnl R
An exhibition of heavy and advanced gymnastics will be given by the FISK UNIVERSITY GYMNASIUM
: TEAM in the Colored Y. M. C. A. Building, formerly the Duncan Hotel on
FRIDAY, MARCH 30TH, '17, AT 8:30 P. M.
r THE PROGRAM WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
1. Heavy Gymnastics by ''Varsity Gym Team'' - 2. Long Horse Boxing.
. A. High Horizontal Bar 3. Long Horse Pillow Fight.
B. High Parallel Bars " , 4. Exhibition of Wrestling.
C. Tumbling. , 5. Exhibition of Boxing. ;
D. Pyramid Building. ' -
This Exhibition is tfiven under the auspices of Mrs. M. L.Crosthwaite's team.
ADMISSION .U;::;:;V:;;;:: ' , - V . FIFTEEN CENTS
;v : - The first time In Nashville's history has such an exhibition been brought In tltt heart of the city In easy reach of 35.000 people.
JOc - 3est 6j Ksc- 30c
otnts Jfontftf-Mhte Qamo
utfopfSe . AtosA ', 7?nt
Normal, opening at 9:00 a. m. prompt
ly, Elementary and High School.
Mr. Arch Trawick, International
Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. was a
welcome visitor at the A. and I State
Normal, Tuesday, 'March 20. He gave
a very timely talk to the student
body at Chapel, advising them to ac
complish something in life that Is
worthy of remembrance.
MRS. W. M. STEELE ENTER
TAINED. Mrs. Jimmie Bridgwater Steele en
tertained Thursday, March 17th with
an attractively planned luncheon at
her home, 1602 11th Avenue, North.
The house was beautifully decorated
with spring flowers. A silver basket
filled .with pink hyacinths and bows of
white and pink ribbon, was the cen
tral ornament of the table. Mrs. C.
C. Cotton, her eister-In-taw helped re
ceive. Covers being laid for the fol
lowing guests. Mrs. A. G. Coombs,
Mrs. Henrietta Easley Smith, Mrs. C.
C. Cotton, 'Miss Francis Farnell, Miss
Nellie and Ella Edmonson, Mrs. R
NONPARIEL ART OLUB.
Mrs. J. H. Hale proved a most
charming hostess to the Nonpariel
Art Club at her home on 7th Avenue,
South, Tuesday afternoon. Spring
flowers In artistic abundance were
used throughout the reception suite
and In the dining room. An hour was
pleasing spent in crocheting. The
president, Mrs. W. T. Hlghtower,
presided ovef a short business meet
ing. The following members respond
ed to roll call with quotations from
"Longfellow." Mesdames J. H.
Adams, M. C. Chavls. G. White, C. C.
Boger, I. L. M'oore, D. Houston, J. A.
MoMilllan, C. V. Roman, W. A. Reed,
H. H. Wlrilker and A. D. Hurt, W. T.
Hightower and J. H. Hale. There
were no visitors. An elaborate six
course menu was served In the dining
room from attractively decorated
tables. The club colors, red and
green were used.
The hostess was assisted by her
daughter, Miss Mildred Halo and two
of the nurses. Mrs. Hightower will
be hostess of the next meeting of the
Hub at her home on Lewis St., March
GATEDA CLASS OP MT. NEBO
BAPTIST SUNDAY . SCHOOL.
The Galeda-Class of the Mt. Neho
Bantist Sunday School met at the
home of Mrs; A. L. Thomas, 2117
Bntnvtia St., March 15th at 8 p. m..
Owing to the inclemenry of the weath
er, several of the members were de
tained, however many were preset
and much business was transacted.
Reluctantly the class accepted the,
rsirnation of their president, Mrs. L.
K. Thomas, and unanimously elected
Mrs. M. B. Thompson, to fill the un
expired term. .
Mrs. p. Crowder was electcl teach
er for the year 1017. Refreshments
"ere served. The clnss adjourned to
meet Monday evening, March 2(1, S
p. m. at the home of . Miss Frances
P-Ws of Merry St.
'Horace Davis to Alice Kii-kpatrick.
Hen-ry Ballard to Luclnda Murphy.
Porter Vallentine to Stnlla Clayton.
Firmau Tally to Leo Chase.
Edward Lee to Lizzie Carter.
James Banks to CreaUiel L. Dil
lard. W. S. Bailey to Sallie A. Bates,
fiieorge Thomas to Minnie Ilardison.
Hoscoe Robertson to Kathcrlne
Henry Spencer to Laura Rose.
Abraham Grimsby to Jessie Ber.ch.
Samuel Klliston to Nina G:iy.
Clarence Cummlngs to Millie Aus
David Murray to Anna Walls.
Henry (Bowman to Eva West.
Cornelius Calvert to Hattle
Edward Salter to Fannie
Clarence Schlers to Velso Barnett.
James J. Grant to Mattle Horton.
BREWERS DESIRE LIQUOR
Speaking for Brewers' President,
Gustave Pabst, W. H. Austin Lays
uiame for Bad Saloons on
Milwaukee, Wis., Mar. 22. The
brewers of the United States are in
earnest In their desire for reform in
the retail liquor trade. They stand
ready to back any reasonable move
ment for the enforcement of exist
ing laws, and, if these do not cover
the need, they are ready to aid in
the enactment of laws that will. They
believe, however, that if the existing
statutes are strictly enTorced, they
will be found, generally speaking, to
This was the view expressed to a
representative of The Christian Sci
ence Monitor of Boston by W. H.
Austin, assistant to the president of
the United , States Brewers' Associa
tion and secretary of the Wisconsin
Brewers' Association, speaking bota
for himself and Col. Gustave Pabst
of Milwaukee, president of the United
States Brewers' Association.
Mr. Austin was explainnlg on be
half of Col. Pabst the latter's asser
tion before the Cleveland meeting of
the brewers of the country, held re
cently, that he stood for prompt
prosecution of violators cf the liquor
laws, greater discrimination on the
part of local authorities in granting
licenses and fewer saloon. Whet
was said in the interview, it was un
derstood, had the sanction of the
head of the United States Brewers
"The whole question centers pri
marily around law enforcement,"
said Mr. Austin. "If the laws are
strictly carried out then the objec
tionable saloons will have to go or
cease to le objectionable. But it is
to be remembered that the brewtrs,
while ready to aid In every way, are
not the ones on whose shoulders fall
the duty of seeing that the laws are
obeyed. Their business Is on the
same basis aa every other business.
It is no more their duty tos tart prose
cutions against their trade than It
is for the individuals of any other
business, say the wholesale grocers,
to start prosecutions against the
men who buy from them."
Practically all the month of Febru
ary was devoted to a union revivjl
with St. John M. E. Church and the
Missionary Baptist Church Dr. J.
B. Marchbanks, of Tu'lahnnm, Tenn.,
conducted tha revival. Thursday
night, March Sth, the Rev. G. W.
Florence (white), thed lstrict sup
erintendent of the Lawrenceburg
District, Central Tennessee Conference,
M. E. Church, preached a great,
fermon at the St. Jcim M. E.
Church. Everybody' enjoyed the
rcrmon. Sunday, March ISth, was a
high day. The entire day was given
to the Lord. The Rev. j. W. Sebas
tian filler' bis pulpit .Sunday morning,
in the aftern cn at 3 o'clock he
p reached for 'be Rev. C. C. Cade, of
the M. P,. Church, .which was en
j'ljed by all. The Rev. C. C. Caie
preached at bis ehi.irq, .nierninj;
and night. The Rev. Dr. Cc-ve
L. Allen (white), pastor of the M.
E. Clinveh. South, will preach at St.
John M. E. Church next Sunday eve- "! ;' vlnie.
nine at 3 o'clock. Everybody is in- Sunday befrr fair wc bad a. nice fis:e
vited to hear him next Sunday after- with the little fo'.l.s in Sunday sch'i'.
noon at 3 p. m. We ure on the Our coM:;tV.;n' ion was very small,
iool.out for District Superintendent n-.vin; to the funeral of Prof. Hansom,
.1. Pi. Boofll. March f.l3t to hold his ! at. SholbyviHc. Rev. Neil Kimm uk
3rd Quarterly Meet in?. Our Doctor . Hi'ed the l'lil.tit fur us Sunday nt 1 1 ::
leports all the sick doing fine. We! .while oar r-artor, Key. Hawkins at
tire certainly proud of our doctor. Our j tended the funeral. !Te pi-ewhcvl a
hick soon got wc'l when ho is called. noble sermon. Bro. Simmons V
Why? Pecauso bo is ( thoroughly some day be hard to heat. Orr
on to his job. Rev. and Mrs. W. M. j prayer meetings are fine. Yesterdav
Wat's entertained Sunday at dinner at, the ladies hoard meeting wc had
Ladies' Auxiliary to
NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MARCH
J II lr
CAPE MAY, N.J.
This magnificent hotel, located in the heart of the moat beautiful seashore
resort in the world; replete with every modern improvement, superlative in
construction, appointments, service and refined patronage. Orchestra daily,
gartge, bath houses, tennis, etc., on. premises. Special attention given to ladies
and children. Send for booklet. E. WI. DALE, Owner.
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Burrows, Rev.
and Mrs. J. W. Sebastian, Mr. una
Mrs. Hnrdtson. The dinner was a
great one, and all seemed to enjoy
It. The winter has passed and spring
has come and we are going to shine
out of the kinks. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Llnam entertained at dinner
Sunday, February ISth, Dr. J. B.
Marchbanks, of Tullahoma, Tenn.,
Rev. and Mrs. J C. Carter, Rev. and
Mrs. J. W, Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson Bumpass entertained at din
ner Sunday, February 25th, Dr. and
Mrs. B. L. Burrows, Dr. J. B. March-
banks, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Sebas
tian. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wigfall en
tertained at dinner lost Sunday Rev.
C. C. Cade. Brother W. L. Wigfall
entertained the congregation at St.
John Sunday night. We are seek
ing subscribers for the Globe. We
want you to take the Globe if you
ever mean to be up-to-date. The
Rev. F. T. Comer has been on the In
disposed list at his home at Columbia,
Rev. Conner Is pastor of the A. M.
E. Church. We learn lie is getting
up again, for which we thank our-
CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY.
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
at 7:30 a, m. Sunday s chool 9:30
a. m. Morning prayer and service at
11 o'clock. Evening prayer and
nervice at 6:30. Immediately after
the eleven o'clock service there will
be a special meeting of the congre
gation on very important business.
All the communicants cf the church
are expected to be present.
Tuesday evening at 7: SO Special
Lenten Sermon b ythe Ven. Thomas
D. Windiute, Archdeacon of Nash
ville. BELL BUCKLE.
We cannot get over the shock of
Mr. Ransom's death. He was our
dear ibeloved teacher in this town for
a number of years. He had engraved
his image in the hearts of every citi
zen of this community, both white
and black. To know T. T. Ransom
was to love him. We think of Prof.
Ransom and with tear stained eyes
and an aching heart we can only say:
Over the river he beckons to us.
The loved one who lias crosspd the
The gleam of his snowy robe we see,
But his voice is drowned by the rust-
, iling tide.
I And now he's walking tho streets of
, ITo is walking with the angel's white;
e crossed in ine twuignt grav
And the pale mist lias hid him from
Yet when, we cross Jordan and reach
the shore, ;'
Where v, o'll dttfcli forever .more.
Though our loss is heaven's gain,
There we'll r,en him onco again.
Pain aivl porvow win be o'er.
V,'.- wiM meet, to part no more.
!-!'! on dc-r tr ailer we .1 sec
a jubilee time. Rev. Hawkins prayed
a noble prayer for the only sinner In
the house. God showed to us that we
were still his children by answering
our prayers in the conversion of Mrs.
Melissa Johnson. We ere not waiting
to carry on revival to eave souls, but
are trying to save them every day
and are succeeding. Mr. George
Hoover is still very sick, also Miss
Letha Murphy. Mrs. Jones Is some
better. Wle are glad to know Mrs
Victory Fugltt has stood her opera
tion and is now resting fine at the
hospital in Nashville, also that Miss
Lettie Scruggs is able to return hame
from the Hospital. Miss Ida Tillman
got frightened at the strike and re
turned to St. Louis, Mo., Frldayi.
Messrs. Robert Neil and John IDitto
left for IDaton, Ohio, Friday, also Mrs.
Maude McGrew. Mts. Cordelia Coop
er and her little son Homer have re
turned from Shel-byville, where they
have been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo.
Crdwell. Read the Globe and keep up
wtth the newa.
ENTHUSIAS PREVAILS ALL OVER
THE STATE, PYTHIAN GRAND
LODGiE OFFICERS VISIT EAST
'AND WEST TENNNESSEE.
TEMPLE RALLY FREELY EN
DORSED The interest In thejgreat Pythian
Temple Rally Is Increasing daily in
all sections of the state. On -Friday
night, March 9th, the Grand Chancel
lor, Dr. J. P. Crawford and the Deputy
Grand Chancellor, A. W. Fite .were In
Memphis, where the Grand Chancellor
spoke to a large audience in the
Church Auditorium. His remarks were
met with great enthusiasm.
County are reported as being in per-
The Lodges in Memphis and Shelby
feet harmony with the plans of the
Temple Commission. From Memphis
the party visited Jackson, where the
Grand Chancellor spoke Sunday after
noon to a crowded house. L. E.
Brown, secretary of tho Endowment
Board made a stirring address in
iwhich bo dwelt upon our ability to
meet all just claims. His records to
date show that all claims have been
settled up to tho end of the last
The Lndires and Courts at Jackson
am preparing to send in a large
amount to the Gran,- Keener of
Uncords and Seal the day after the
Grand rally. The idea nf a simultan
eous state-wide rally for Temple pur
poses anneals to every loyal Pythian
in tho State. At Jackson the party
was cared for by Mr. J. L. Lhrht, J. W.
lane. J. A. Fuller Jtid our Past
Grand Lodge O nicer, J. It. Trimble.
From Jackson the party went to
Milan, where tl'.cv were (vifertaine-1
Iv Br. S. W. iVlk, Rev. Mitchum and
Grand Trustee. A. S. Pyles. At Milan
the members! of t,hc order expressed
in the rtlly.
tn t'i';r purt 1
iCh airman of
tl;r 1'ylMan Trmplr'l
Cnimuiss'on and 1.. K. n''nvti. hr-rrr-t-i'y
of the Kiiilmvmcpt T'nnnl accriin
innirvl liic Grain! Cliniiroiloi- and the
Cram! Deputy on this trip.
C,.;!. l'l'oxtoi Taylor visitor! Knox
villn Tuesday and pfier jasper-tint'
tin! company at that 'are held a joint,
liferiin-,' Willi the Mm! re 1" 1 ,"ts
and arouse:! Il'eni over thn prnjer-t of
Temple lmildins. On. Tavlor wan
ire! !)' the lvni'hers of the company.
!ist Grand Master at Arms. John
Sinploton and KnU-ht Arthur llazcn.
member of the endowment Board
made arrangements for the speaking.
Tha general was well received and
succeeded in making the plans of the
commission clear to the members of
both Lodges and Courts.
.Mrs. Cora E. Burk had a goodly
number of the members of 'the Courts
of the city present. The Grand
Worthy Counsellor is deeply Interest
ed in the movement to erect a temple
In Tennessee that will do Justice to
the magnitude of the order.
From Knoxville, Gen. Taylor went
at Chattanooga, where he was royally
entertained. The interest in Chatta
nooga is as apparent as any place in
the state. Their slogan is, "Watch
Grand Deputy A. S. Banks, Sir. R.
W. Allen and J. D. Fagala, members
of the Commission had out a large
crowd to hear the message of Gen.
The visits of the Grand Lodge Of
ficials to the various centers makes n
very clear that the membership In
th RtAte is solldlvi in favor of the
at ATM (taken for the benefit of the
Order and the race.
It was excedingly pleasing to the
editor ot the People's Defender and
to the friends generally of the late J.
E. Bush to see recognition of him In
the Crisis. The last number of that
splendid journal among other notable
characters who have fought bard and
long in the interest of the race car
ried a cut of our awn distinguished
but lamented townsman. The life and
work of Mr. Bush was such that his
friends and neighbors who knew him
best, and who were in elbow touch
with him daily are delighted to find
others giving to him that recognition
belonging to tho Sftrpient sons of Ham.
It is a recognition justly duo him, and
we believe that his praises should be
sung, not only by the Order of which
ho was the genius and founder, but of
the people generally, for he' was a
general benefactor of the Negro race.
We have often felt that tho Negro
hath not given the honor and defer
ence to their distinguished dead that
they should, they too early forget
them. It is a pleasing thing indeed
to note 'hat the Order of which he
was the founder is planning to errect
a monument to him, In this we feel
that the Order should iml eijiy take
purt, but the citizens generally, not
because the Order Is not ab'o to put
a just tribute in the way of a nioan
mont to his grave, but lr . n "se of his
public spivitedness, 1 ":!
ese he w;s a
The cilit or el'
J man of all tliapooplr'.
Del'emler ?;i-.,t;ri.- tlini
e :in (ii ipni'i niii! y i'.ii' liis .
ni.i and aduiirr. is
tn ' iiip in: ever !
!i t'.'o e'-.ti: rilniti
ohh 1m sii'n'i! to!
a!:iit. T!-f i-'W'ov vf V.'v r0 !('.. 1) '
foii-lP", if s-.ii-'i mi oppr.rttuiHy i?- '-"'veiil
lierei'V 3ii)isTji;ii .".i t.i wh-'i P I
fun.l. Te l):-':eve th:if it is viiil.j
tiint it is (Ie:-r fvi-r", ;im1 le wnuld I
lilce.li) l:;;vi; liis n.'inc euvo'le l atiur.:' .
t!',e iKiinr-s cf !l-e lniii'lrcds who rive
eai'cr tn (In li!:i; Iinnnr. for lie vns to
t!:r irn-:i:r- Tpir;ili"i nf Avev'i -i ;
what re.nl:ei- T. Wnslih'.tni vn: t'i,
TiiKlrrvee. find What II. Hoy! is tej
the N'e.'vi'o TtrspUst rnli'ijtliinir 'i'"iiso. i
aii l What ne'ij:i:ni:i J. T'tavi is to Hip
Xcrro 0.1:1 J'eilowisii! nf r!e'!i-.;i.i, a ril j
what f'.einio A. .lecilim 1? to Tahe
and W'Fial ?vMo A. Junes is tn 'aw.,
especially s it. rchr.ps to ArltuiisTs. '
Let the j-uldic tint fnicet tlieir ?t.rontj .
niea. and ".vhih: that, such, icnazines
as the Trisis and other preat jctirnala
aiT paying ri-hteous tvih:ile to tin's j
preat man. let net the pennies, of his I
own home be deielnr-f to duty alonj;
The people's Iiefeiidei'.
(Continued from Pago 7.)
month , pan? uossps at - pe''
month, skilled lahorers. cranemen.
machinists, loolmahora, pattern
makers, Di)'ders, elertrir-inns, black
smiths, helpers, molders and other
mechanical help at standard iwaees.
. lAt the ' Watervilolt Arsenal, -Water-vlet,
X. Y.. ninetv machinists are
wated at X'l to 14.72 pef ,ay. The
Boston, Mass., navy yard wants I'l
boiler makers at $3.20 to $1.24 per
day. The New York navy Yard wants
riveters, ship' smiths, sailmakers,
punchers ,and shearers, and seam
stresses, afr- wages ranging rfrom $1.23
for rivet- heaters and seamstresses
to $4.48 per day. The Philadelphia,
Pa., navy yard wants ppersmlths,
helpers, shlpsmiths, boat builders,
helpers, wharf builders, mattress
makers, machine operators and labor
ers, wages ranging from $1.76 per day
to $4.24 per day. The Norfolk, Va.,
navy Yard has openings for sailmakers
at 42.64 to $4 per. day, and needs 100
laborers at $1.60 to $1.84 per day. The
Washington, D. C. navy yard needs
toolmakers, machinists, blacksmiths
and pattern makers. Similar posi
tions to the above are open at Spring
field, Mlass., Portsmouth, N. H. and
Puget Sound, Washington. No educa
tional examination U required. Ap
THE LATE HON. J. E. BUSH.
IM1 HAIR TUAT :
IS SOFT, SHOOTII
Qainade, Invented bj t New York Chemist,
Stimulates and Nourishes
Roots ot the Hair
Just. as a good fertilizer nourish
the soil and produces a rich crop of
wheat or corn, so will the proper
remedy create a healthy condition of
the scalp, and promote the growth of
the hair. QUINADE stimulates and
nourishes the roots of the hair, there
by causing a healthy growth,
QUINADE was Invented by a New
York chemist, and ia made under the
personal supervision of a registered
pharmacist of over 25 years exper
ience; this is a guarantee thafi
QUINADE Is as near pharmaceutical
ly correct as can be. The ingredients
are selected with great care, and noth
ing enters this high class prepara
tion unless it is of the highest purity.
Seebys QUINASOAP, the ideal
shampoo, Is an excellent aid to
QUINADE in keeping the scalp in.
a clean, healthy condition. It should
be used about every two weeks.
Both articles are sold by druggist
and dealers at 25c each or will b
sent direct by Seeby Drug Co., 79 E.
130th St., New York City, on receipt
of price. Write for sample of QUIN
ADE, mentioning the name ot thi
WILL HOLD A
For the benefit of the
Y. M. C. A.
Y.r.1. G. A. BUILDING
Beginning on Tiies., April 3
continuing to the 5th. Dinner
will be served each day at 12
o'clock. I(,ancy ami Useful
Articles will he sold.
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National Baptist Publishing Board,
SH.i 'St rand Aw., A', NavhtUlef, Term.
I plieants Kill he given positions no-
cording tn evidence of their exper-
ienee and physical ability. Persons
I interested in any of the above post-
lions are invited to make application
i at once, at room 201, Custom House,
where the necessary information will
To the Officers and Members of the
Executive Board of the B. Y. P. U.
Convention ot the Union District:
You are hereby notified to meet with
the Mount Morlah Baptist Church,
Scott, Arkansas, Friday, Saturday
and fifth Sunday included, April, lMtf
in connection with the Get-together-Meeting
that has been called to meet
at the above named time and place
by Dr. D. B. Gaines, the Moderator of
the Union District.
It is the wish of the president that
every member of the Board and every
officer of the convention will be pres
ent. There ought to he and must be,
if we succeed, co-operation on the
part of every auxiliary in the district
with the Association of the District.
To this end, as president of the Con
vention, I do now herein set forth the
official call to tho above named board
to be present on the dates stated
R. IB. PORTER, President
The People's Defender.