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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MARCH 30. 1917.
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Medicine, surpssaM any of America's
leading Institutions for In every de
partment each student does repeated
ly his share of the actual clinical
work and at the leading universities.
The students, both white and colored
sit in their aeats at great distances
and watch the oliniclon and bis as
sistants do the work, hence with this
very great advantage the Meharry
men have no fear of not succeeding.
even though their offices my be
sandwiched by Yale and Harvard men,
University of Chicago and North
western men, the Meharry men make
good' wherever they select their field.
maia to (I Toorroeastrfe.lntheUteat Vr-J
stole, would " you be willitur to keep and 111
We will here and now state that we
have an abiding dislike to dried ap
ples in any form. We were' regaled
with this fruit at each meal when we
attended Hoser Williams years ago.
The fact of the matter is, we lo;
the name, dried apple, we hate to see
this dried fruit even in our dreams.
It is an abiding loathing, that we
will never outgrow. We even detest
the "shade of the old apple tree" even
on the hottest summer day.
See the extra feature at "The Cap
tain of Plymouth" Tuesday night,
Bijou, April 10.
j City Items jj
brie, would " you be willitur to keen and
wear it. show it to your friends and let
them see our beaulif ui aamyiea and dash
inc new ab ha.
Could you uw f ".tO a day for nllttle spare time 1
Perhaps I canocr you a su-auy job. If you will write
me a letter or a ptal card at onro and eay nd
nw your vperial c'Jtr." I will send you samples and
etjlee to pick from and my tunriin liberal oXfer,
Address 1 1 E. ASHES. President '
BANNER TA1LCF.1K3 CO. CUT. 572 CHICAGO
f the present styles of women's
dress have been adapted by the idea
of keeping the men from observing
and talking about them, they must
lie regarded as a dismal failure.
From the fat and sassy appearance
f Ttr'er Robin it is Inferred that
there has been no material increase
in the cost of hugs and worms.
The Commercial Club Waiter's
Hall to be given on April 4, 1S17 at
the Amusement Hall and you and your
company and friends are invited to
attend. Special musks will be furn
ished. Come and bring your friend.
Eter Hats, Easter Millinery,
Easter ftibbons, the bewiching kinds.
3. H. FOREMAN.
11th and Jefferson.
Hear the roaring Captain.
Tuesday night, April 10.
The meeting was opened with eong
and prayer. The lesson was taught
very interestingly by Rev. N. Stouer.
Miss Elizabeth Hamilton was unani
mously elected as representative for
Mt. Nebo. with Mr. A. U. Thomas as
alternate in the coming debate, which
will be given Friday evening. April
6. at Tleasant Greeu Baptist Church.
taster Sunday. April b, une fiun
dred (100) C.aledaa or more wanted
in Sunday school with a liberal col
lection. Let every Galcda make her
self a committee of one and bring
along some more members on the
above date. All of the former mem
bers and their friends are asked to
be present also und help make this
a day long to be remembered.
Remarks were made by Kev. IS. L.
Cleggett and Rev. N. Stoner. Roll
call. Dues. Mosaic adjournment.
Mrs. l'erkins in a most pleasing
manner served a dainty two course
menu. The class adjourned to meet
Monday evening, April 9, at 7:30
sharp at the home of Mrs. Anna Pitts
on 25th avenue, N.
One cannot help but wonder what
would have happened if those three
American vessels had been sunk by
submarines when T. R. was president.
Xnshille, Tenn-sMar. 30, '17 1 At the higher price fewer onions
- . are eaten, but. unfortunately, one
onion or o"e "orktitll makes as strong
a breath as two.
Here it is again coming at a time
when the health commissioner is all
tangled up with measles and other
vegetables In soason. We had hoped
to escape the ravages of spring fever,
Apparently nothing but a strong
grip on his coittails by Woodrow
Wilson will keep the colonel from gel-
after having raised through such a; ting over there in a hurry.
long and virulent winter, but our i
hopes have been blasted by the mut- Isn't there some way in which
ton-end of otherwise lion-like March, the English sparrow could be Interest
ed in the fly as a wholesome and mi-
tricious article of diet?
Evidently wo are going to ooze
into war without much of a shock.
We will be lucky if wc can coze out
of It as easily.
The fever is upon us, but who
cares? It is a delightful malady :n
many ways, und anyone who even
wants to hustle in the balmy sleepi
ness of the first days of spring is
When the opal haze floats north
along the river bottoms and the sod
souashes under your feet so that you The monarclis in Europe who have
sj8Mom imv .10 uun ol amommo.) , no' hea photographed in their royal
Oiojjiiu joaoj Siiids ajjoij oin uarp. j bes lately should attend to it ngnt
grabs you with his talons and makes away.
you understand why there are )
many tramps. If we must have war, let's hop to
It is a delightfully lazy, devil-may- U n'l have it over with as soon as
care disease this spring lever. It possible. The suspense Is worse than
saturates you with incompetency and I'loodshed.
Makes incompetency a virtue. There I
Is a languid and precious joy in this ! M"' a "i" who will stand person-
frightful epidemic something that r" al,,,so and even personal injury
must have been built o1 dreams and considers kicking his dog an overt
cobwebs, for when its victim you1"-
fee nothing mil rainbows ahead whilo
Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown of 1722 Thomp
son street has returned from Colum
bia, Tenn., where she spent a delight
ful stav with her auntie, Mrs. Annie
Kinnedr. She left for Chicago, 111.,
Saturday, March 17.
people fax above the average. This
is the neighborhood of Cherry Hill,
Mount Sinla aiid England where that
prince of preachers, Dr. N. Nichols,
resides and where the Sunday
School Convention is to hold sway
in the month of May. It Is the hope
and wish of the moderator to visit
every church and every field during
this associatlonal year, but bo far a
he is able to see, there la nothing in
the way of a great year's work. The
leople have become satisfied, Irregu
larity haa been put out of business,
and the majority rule is the only go,
and the people are up in arms against
anything that looks Irregular. In
some places a man would be endan
gering his own physical happiness
were be to go there talking about
409 Gay street; he would be In hiR
own light to go to arguing against
the National Baptist Publishing
House and its great work. The peo
ple are aroused as never before to
the necessity of standing by their
own work. The editor is happy
over the outlook. The day Is bright,
let everybody be encouraged.
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The spring of life afTorda the opportun
ity for providing the nest-egg which is
the corner stone of all bank accounts.
Thrift is not so easily acquired as the
years advance and family respon
sibilities multiply. The saving habit
is a matter fordeclsion, not vague reso
lutions. Talk it over this evening, then
call and see us.
One Cent Sayings Dank
A real love story In "The Captain
of Plymouth," Bijou, Tuesday night,
Miss Mamie L. Fulton and Mrs. S.
C. Reese were hostess' of a card party
Tlmrsdav evening. March 15th, at
their residence, 29 Trimble Street.
Those present to enjoy their hospital
ity were Miss Estella Fulton, Ella
Harnett. Eula Christmon, Sallie Pow
ell, Mr. Rufus Bell, James MrRiley,
W. Chas. Conway, Mr. Napier Ellison
Belcher. Mrs. S. C. Reese. Miss Mamie
U Fulton, Charlotte Fulton. After a
late hour of enjoyment refreshments
See "The Captain
Bijou, April 10.
Special to the Ladies. Our most
gorgeous display of blouse and Waists
in our show window.
J. H. FOREMAN,
11th and Jefferson.
LATEST Y. M. C. A. NEWS.
jour vim and Aggressiveness is stale
mn'ed by the drtiglike germ.
P.ut it has been a very long and
very cold winter. Perhaps we or 'shf
Tennessee are all entitled to a season
Of laziness In preparation for a some
what vigorous and torrid procession
or months to come.
N0 cure has vet been discovered for
spring fever, and there are many who
hope that, thli discovery will never
be made. t
Welcome to springtime with
Us somnolent horrors!
There is little excuse for anybody
chewing gum, but the person who
(hews it aloud ought to be shot
If recent flood records are
broken it will not be for lack
liberal supplies of raw material.
No girl would feel complimented if
you told her she was worth her
weight In onions and yet and vet.
The add test of the strategic re-
wearing nothing oni,reat les not come in the starting or
me iiiurriuiig, nui in ;im slopping.
Does the Kaiser see anything tha
looks like handwriting on the blackboard?
oik rxnuAPED vomi:.
It is a wonder that one-half the
"ills ol' today are not dead with tl
!ool fashion of
the onus but a veil. If a man
l.oy went prai'tually bare armed tlie. j
would be a:ck with colds all the'
time. The Zulu maiden's full dress
is a hairpin and a garter, bin the .
climate where she lives don't pro j
(lute snow banks. It must be tha I
the j:'L's-nt generation of ;;irlf, ami j
women are naturally tougher than a j
)SsTar boy's heart, or they could not
go with azure hoisei y and diUiOiaiioii. j
drapery when the mercury touches
zero. Ot course this Is fashion and 1
fashion'." I eliesi must be acceded to
If the heavens fall.
(iO-TO-SCX DAY-SCHOOL DAY.
In another column will be found
mi interesting letter from Mr.
Thompson, calling atfantion to "Go-to-Suuday-School
Day." We unhesi
tatingly endorse every word he wroto.
Let the parents make energetic pre
parations to send their children to
Funday school on this day and go
w ith them. . ; v;
When people enter, a Sunday school,
they are taking steps toward the
threshhokl of heaven.
A continual attendance teaches one
to walk in the blessed' path of peace,
power and purity. i
No one will deny the fact that our
Sunday school is worthy of more at
tention than It has yet received.
A man or woman who all their lives
made it the rule to go to Sunday
school, have abiding consciousness
that they are. fundamentally right
Let every Minister, Deacon, Stew
ard, Elder and Class Leader take this
Go-to-Sunday-School Day to heart to
the end that there will he a ntupen.
doua attendance at all Sunday schools
on blessed Easter Morning.
The railway managers heat the su
preme court to the taking of "dam''
out of "Adamson."
A state of war may be less strenu
f us than a state of uncertainty.
Up to Thursday night the campaign
workers for the Colored Branch of
the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion of Nashville had made a remark
able showing with the odds mightily
against them. For the first day, Mar.
23, the sum of $540.50 was reported
by the force of workers from 38
subscribers. On the second day Gl
subscribers pledged only $335, but on
the third day it was easy to ee that
the workers and the citizens were
pelting a beter understanding of each
other, for It was on this day that 155
subscribers paid in cash and sub
scribed to the amount of $1,479 55.
This was more than the first two
days combined. On the fourth day
there was a noticeable increase In
on i the amount of cash and subscriptions
over the previous day. 1399 persons
subscribed and paid in cash together
.$1,555.80. On Wednesday the total
amount for all former days was ex
ceeded. Division B alone, under the
generalship of General Preston Tay
lor, reported in cash and subscrip
tions $4,280.50, and Division, A un
der the generalship of General Haw- i
kins reported 1, 121.50 whicn was
almost the equal of thair first fou?
days' effort. The total for the entire
force for Wednesday was $5,402.00.
It was announced at the meeting
Wednesday night that the Ladles'
Auxiliary, under the leadership of
Mrs. Clemmie White, would organise
two teams who would be headed by
Mrs. W. S. Thompson and Mrs. Dan
Battle, and would lie attached to Di
visions A and B. respectively, to so
licit during the entire day Friday, as
to the men, cash, or subscriptions
from anybody. It was further an
nounced that the public school author
ities, through Dr. F. G. Smith, prin
cipal of Pearl Higf, .School, had
granted the Campaign Committee the
privilege of organizing the hovs tn
Pearl High into teams for the pur.
A very rare treat in -The Captain
of Plymouth" at Bijou, Tuesday night.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S
The Young People's Progressive
Club of the First Baptist Church.
East Nashville, met at the residence
of Mrs. Babara Batts, Georgia street,
Tuesday night, March 2th. The
meeting was opened with song and
prayer. Roll was called; each mem
ber responded with quotation and
clues. After business hours a de
licious two course menu was served.
The club adjourned to meet April
kiPLY I IW1V NOT IMPROVE IStt
wanted Lr ujgpgja
wont ton vsns' " 1 1. ii F ' i Sir
DEATH OF PROF J. H. BURRUS.
Nashville was shocked to learn ot
the death of Prof. John Houston Bur
rug last Tuesday. He departed this
life at 12:30 o'clock at the residence
of his brothers. Prof. James D. Bur
rus and Dr. P. R. Burrus, at 815 Ce
Prof. Burrus was one of Nashville's
most substantial colored citizens and
was well liked by his hundreds of
Trends. He was born In Rutherford
County, Tennessee, February 22, 1849,
and entered Fisk School now Fisk
University in 1SG7, from which school
be graduated in 1875. He was con
verted in 18C8, and soon after he
and his brother, James, joined with
others in the organization of the
Congregational Church in this city,
where his membership remained un
til bis death.
From 1877 to 1879 Prof. Burnt
served as a member of the faculty of
Fisk University. From 1879 to 1883
be practiced law In the courts or
Tennessee. From 1S83 to 1S93 he
served as president of Alcorn A. & M.
(Vdloge in Mississippi. The arduous
labor of those busy years proved too
great for his strength, so at the close
of ten years in the educational field
n Mississippi, his health having
failed, he sought a country home
and d'd the quiet life of a farmer.
Prof. Burrus was indeed an ideal citi
zen and took a leading part in the
educational, religious and lodge af
lalrs of the state. H was honest,
painstaking, Industrious, gentle, kind
and with strong friendships to a re
markable degree. He was a man
of strong will, highly intellectual and
an uncompromising advocate of jus
tice and truth. lie leaves two
brothers and a host of friends.
OVR QET-TOQETHEtt MEETIXG.
Our Get-together Meeting to con
vene with the Mount Moriah Baptist I
Church. Scott. Ark., April 27, 28 and
29, which includes the fifth Sunday,
Is becoming to be the talk of the
country. Everybody is on tip-toes
with their faces and eyes turned to
ward Mount Moriah. Rev. Dr. A. L.
Porter has done himself proud in that
he has been able to hold that church
in touch and in tact with the spirit
of the age. Many places Eave called
for this meeting, among them, Eagle
Baptist Church, Walnut Grove, but
Mount Moriah and her proud people
hath secured the meeting for this
time, and hence everybody, both lit'
tie and big. are expected to be there
on the above date. Let every pastor,
let every deacon, let every official,
let everybody be at that meeting. Let
the pastors take up the thought, not
lose a sermon without saying some.
thing about it, because this is our
opportunity. The other people are
doing their level best to put us out
of commission. Let us hustle, much
will depend upon the preachers, the
manner and way in which they an
nounce It and advertise It as to
whether the meeting will come up
to our expectation. Every question
of importance to Baptists will be dis
cussed. Any man who wants infor
mation, let him come to that meet
ing. It there is any question that
Is cloudy ns it relates to our de
nominational enterprises, let the
people be on hand, and the informa
tion will be forthcoming. It is pos
sible that Dr. R. H. Boyd will be at
that meeting. We are not exactly
prepared to say at this time, but let
everybody come and hear and see for
themselves and then they will not be
misled by designing men. The good
of our work demands that we have a
Uneasy lies the head that has just
been separated from a crown.
THE Y. JI. C. A. CAMPAIGN.
' The Y. M. C. A. Campaign is draw
ing ta a close. We are hopeful that
the end will be gratifying. There w
A MEHARRY MAN.
Dr. C. Jessie Davis, surgeon Den
tist, a brilliant Alumnus, of the Me
harry class "A" Dental Department,
who won the gold metal of efficiency
In class '1fi over a large number of
competitors, gave a further demon
stration of his ability when he made
the hioh averarre of 9S 3-4 per rent be
fore the State Dental Board of Exam
iners, some months ago, of the State
of Illinois, and for a number ' of
months he has practiced in the office
with Dr. A. O. Johnson, at .1524 Stale
street, here he took over Dr. John
son's practice for him while he was
awav on his vacation at which time
he did several hundred dollars worth
of high iclass dental work. Each pa-
Invitations are out announcing the
approaching marriage of Prof. S. B.
Neal and Miss Lizzie Mary Jane Fox.
The wedding of this very popular
couple will be solemnized Wednesday,
Both Mr. Neal and Miss Fox are
very popular and have a host of
friends and acctua'ntances that will
wish them well on the matrimonial
Eea. Prof. Neal la the principal of
one of the city schools and enjoys the
respect and confidence of a large lium
I er of friends. He owns a beauti
ful home on Harding slreet, whicn
has been handsomely renovated re
cently. Miss FoX is also a teacher
in the city schools and Is a young
w oman of sterling worth and pleasing
r-ose of assisting the campaign work- ' t;rso""1 SJus is a member of the
ers n their last day. The boys will irf't1 BaPVat Church, Eighth avenue.
line up Friday morning and will go!"":'1"- ullu """"ay enmusi
foi-rltii'ith anvnjhara IV..rt Hita rt lo.l DI-.
cards containing a cut of the new
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Negro Literature Recent Negro
books added to the library. Phillis
Wheatley's Biography, Letters and
poems, Dubois, Souls of Black Folks,
John Brown, Kelly Miller, Race Ad
justment, Help a man by a (White
Woman), also Hazel. Other books
Pollyana Gibbon's Rome. In the foot
steps of Napoleon, Justice, History of
The stary hour for April la follow
ing the spring idea. Story games are
also played. We have only two more
months for story hour. Be sure and
have your children come. Come also
yourself. Mrs, Chavis wil come Sat
urday to telj stories at 3:00 p. m. She
Is elocutionist at Warden University.
If you need ideas on your garden,
come to the Library.
Hours 2 to 9 p. m.
Closed on Wednesdays.
i 2 to 8 p. m. Sundays.
You are always welcomed, urged to
come and make yourself at home.'
home of the Colored Y. M. C. A. and
the words NASHVILLE COLORED
BRANCH Y. M. C. A. $20,000 CAM
PAIGN, MARCH 22-30. 1917. Price
10c under the cut. The price of this
card is 10c, and certainly no one a
friend to boys will refuse to make a
purchase of one or more of these
cards, as they will endeavor to cove.
I he town Mar. 30, 1917.
To date this has been a glorious ef
fort made by the citizens or Nash
ville with J.' C. Napier as Campaign
Chairman, and Preston Taylor and
W. D. Hawkins as Generals of the
two working forces. Th's has been
an effort in which whi'e and colored
worked together for the cause dear
to the hearts of the lovers of good
rlHponfihln nnrl lipttar miinhnnH If
tient leaving the office in perfect sat- 1)ns ,een mlglity interesting history
faction and a walking advertise'
ment of his excellent and efficient
While In office with Dr. Johnson,
Dr. Davis made a host of acquaint
ances and friends and now Dr. Davis
Is opening a afill State stree. one of
the most modernly equipped offices on
the South Side of Chicago. Wie are
confident of his success, when we
take under considemtion his atten
tion to business, his tact, affability,
together with his efflicienicy. This is
an excellent demonstration of the
great work done at Meharry under
the great guiding 'hand of her vener
able president, Dr. G. W. Hubbard,
Here In Chicago, competition is keen
and between representatives from all
of the major Institutions of America
and abroad with many years of trail
ing and experience to their credit,
but that great Meharry system can't
be beat, her thoroughness from a
theoretical ipolnt of view Is great and
to say the least, the practical demon
strative work which she affords her
students in Pharmacy, Dentistry and
making event, and those who have
had a hand in it, whether much o'p
little, are sure to share proportion-1
ately in the good results which will
follow. Nashville will be a better
city in which to live as n result of
the effort which closes tonight. Thl3
effort demonstrates beyond the sha
dow of a doubt that co-operation is
possible in the city of Nashville, and
the citizens of Nashville rejoice to
gether In this fact, as well as In the
hope that these efforts will soon re
sult in a permanent home for the
Young Men's Christian Association
and its fourfold work for good cit
izenship and better Christian manhood.
GALEDA CLASS MT. NEBO.
The Galeda Class of Mt. Nebo Bap
tist Sunday School met 'Monday eve
ning, March 26, at 7 :30 o'clock, at
the home of Mrs. Fiances Perkins
on Merry street. In spite of the in
clemency of the weather a full mem
bership was present, also several Me
tokas. r '"s
THE BAPTIST COUXTItY SAFE.
it is encouraging inoeea in note
the rapidity of the growth and per
mnnency of the Progressive movo
ment. The editor of the People's De
lender as moderator of the Un'ou
District Association has been making
a little tour of (he Baptist Zlofl. The
brotherhood Is In great spirits, while
the people are enthused to a degree
beyond expression. They are happy
aiid contented under the new move
ment In the church. God seems to
be prospering them as well, for wher
ever it has been the editor's to go,
bread has been plentiful and the
people in great spirits.
A few nights ago he paid a visit
to the Macedonia Baptist Church, pas
tored by the Rev. T. W. Washington,
where conditions were wholesome and
inviting. Sunday night, the 18th, he
paid a visit to the Clear Lake Baptist
Church, the field of that giant Baptist
preacher, Dr. T. L. Lawson. Dr. Law
son has this entire . community In
hand, he Is the Moses of this section.
The moderator was greeted with a
welcome, and with a cheer, with a re
ception, and with an audience that
I eggars description. Often has It
been his to be pleasantly entertained,
to be pleasantly greeted, but it was
left to Dr. T. L. Lawson and the peo
ple of Clear Lake Baptist .Church to j
cap (he climax. This community is!
made up of a large number of land-,
owners and a large number of young i
There are so many ways ot making
a fool of oneself that one can't hope
to corner the process, although, some
IN CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
Office Clerk and Master Chancery
February the 19th, 1917.
Ben Dodson, Complainant,
Smith Dodson et al Defendants.
It appearing from affidavit filed In
thi9 cause'that the Defendants, Sallie
Dodson Thompson Thompson, An
nie Dodson iDodson, John Dodson
Dodson, the unknown heirs of John
Dodson, deceased tire non-residents
of the State of Tennessee, and can
not be served with the ordinary
process of law.
It is therefore ordered, that said
'dfeindanits entrV jthrJir appearamce
herein on the first Monday In April
next (1917, it being April 2nd, 1917,
and a rule day of said Court, and
plead, answer or demur to Complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken
for confessed as to them and set for
hearing ex parte, and that a copy of
this order be published for four con
secutive weeks la the Nashville
Robert Vaughn, Clerk and Master.
By C. H. Swann, Deputy Clerk and
W. H. Young, Solicitor for Com
plainant. February 23, 28, Apr. 7, 14.
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Will Promote a Full Growth
of Hair, will also Restore
the Strength, Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
Hair is. Dry and Wiry Try
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered with Falling
' Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any
Hair Trouble, we want you to try a Jar
of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The
remedy contains medical properties that
go to the roots of the Hair, stimulates
the skin, helping nature do its work.
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a balm
of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy foi
Heavy ind Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with
Hot Iron for Straightening.
Price Sent by Mail, 50c; 10c Extra for Postage
1 Hair Grower. I Trmple Oil
1 Shamp.,o, 1 Pressing Oil
I Face Cieam and Uiectlon
for Se Una, $2.05
iSc Extra for Postag
S. D. LYONS. Gen.Agt. 314 East Second St
Oklahoma City, Okla.
RESOLVED, "That the Spread of the
Gospel Depends more Upon
Women than Men"
Mt. Olive Baptist Church - Pleasant Green Baptist Church
1st Baptist Church, E. Nashville - Mt- Nebo Baptist Church
Mt. Zion Baptist C.iurch 15th Avenue Baptist Church
At Pleasant Green Baptist Church
Friday Night, April 6th 1917 - 8 P. M,
UNDER AUSPIJES MET0KAS & GALEDAS OF NASHVILLE.
Admission 10 Cents
Now on Sale
and Gray " Kid
$5.00 VNZ $3.95
Ladies' Pat, and
Dull Kid Pump, Plain
and Basked Effects
$4.00 VA $295
A Complete Showing in Low and High
Cut Shoes for Easter wear. .
. See Window Display
ELLIS SHOE COMPANY
3053rd Avenue, North