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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAFwCH SO, 1917.
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were & "good -many members piwnt,
also several visitors ot No. 8. The
Lodge la enjoying a rapid growth
during the dispensation It lias added
several new members to its roll,
seven being Initiated at their meeting.
Tbe dispensation will continue an
other month. The initiation fee dur
ing dispensation is only SO cents.
The Lodge will meet at the above
address Monday night, April 9ttt.
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Insurance ia one Policy ku3
Weekly and Monthly Premium
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
On last Sunday, being the last Sun
day of the first quarter, the Sunday
school was interesting as It was Re
view day. At 11 o'clock, the pastor
preached a soul stirring sermon, from
these words, "Repent ye for the King
dom of heaven is at hand," subject.
"The necessltv of repentance." The
subject was a special selection pre
paritory for our (10) ten day meeting
which started Monday night March
1 26th. The whole congregation was
i highly llftod np. The A. C. E. League
; was entertained ry Mr. Fields, stuaent
of Pisk University. At. 8 p. m. the
Home Department and Cradle Roll
regular services were held. Five
babies were baptized. The Sunday
school rendered its general review,
Having the tree of lire tearing twelve
manners of fruit. The review was
great, which would stand second to
no review ever held. The lessons
were bcautifully'represented and ex
plained. Our superintendent, Mr.
Wm. H. Shackelford, is a wide awake
man and is putting forth every effort
to play his part as a superintendent.
The school was favored with the pres
ence of T. J. H. Hale, who spoke
briefly touching on the care of babies
and a large number of babies and
mothers were out to hear It.
The usher board was on hand to
I serve the congregation as the weather
i has opened it seemes that every de
I partment has put on new zeal and
fresh courage. You who missed our
, review, missed a great treat in intel
lect. At o'clock Sunday evening the
church members visited the Scovel
Street A. M. E. Church to aid in their
quarterly conference rally. We ex
tend n snfolnl Invitation to sinners.
who are out of the ark of safety to need and plan to help them. We
come during the few nights of special should know the need of Howe Insti-
service, and hear the word of God. tute at Memphis and 'Nelson Merry
I also invite all Christians to come and I College at Jefferson City and .plan to
TO THE UNTRAMMELED BAPTIST
By the grace of God we have been
kept through a sever winter and
found comfort amid the trying viclsi-
tudes of the past months,
Individually, down in our hearts,
we are grateful, but the capacity of
the human heart Is not great enough
to hold the endless gratitude due the
beneficlent being, who has given us
all we now possess and from whom
we expect everything we yet hope
for. hence the world is the field In
which eratltude may expatiate. "Go
home to thy Trends and tell them how
great things the Lord hath done for
thee, and hath had compassion on
thee." We look upon the field, we
behold a harvest ripe and ready to be
gathered from Mt. Zlon. the querry
of old. seems to resound, "Who will go
and whom may we send?"
Remember dear brethren the Mis
sionary Baptist State Convention will
meet Julv ll-lii. 1017. If those five
day are to mean anything to the
cause of Christ, they must be spent
in bearing reports on the condition
of the work throughout the state,
(not on who is against us.) We want
to know the spiritual condition. How
many struggling Mission churches, we
have' found, that need help and en
couragement, in support of an earn
est and faithful gospel minister, and
plan to help them. How many souls
have been added to the churches,
where the associational, denomina
tional schools are located. What they
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Between Jacksonville and
Chicago, St. Louis,
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MRS. ELIZABETH B. HAWKINS.
help them. Since Roger Williams
does not belong to Negro Baptists of
Tennessee, it would be Impudent to
Inquire into their needs. Since pro
priety forbids our helping them, as
an independent institution. While we
GEO. E. WHITE M. D.,
HYS1C ANA SURCION
BYE. EAR. NOSE AN O THROAT
OFFICE 28 CEDAR ST. M. 4211
RES. 1600 JEFFERSON ST. M.3O70L
help us and witness the same. Prof.
E. B. Buford, Principal of the State
Industrial School, colored and Prof.
Allison, music teacher, iwith a double
riuartett was on hand. This quartett
represented the branch school of
Rrthel Sundav School, oreanized by j have other schools and colleges, we
our pastor. Tho boys made a lasting i should know the destitute fields In
impression on the audience and added, the different counties, where our peo
an important part to the program, pie have not the eospel preached to
Prof. Buford made remarks of the them nor the children a Sunday
work that he is doing in this school, school. At the convention we should
askln? the co operation of the people.) pray and plan to reach them.
While a number or the brethren.
of Gary, Ind., the mother of Dr.
Hawkins one of the best known
and most progressive Baptist min
isters In the state of Indiana,
Mrs. Hawkins has been identified
with the work, of the Negro Baptists
for a number of years, and is known
throughout the United States for the
excellent work that Bhe has been able
to do. While in Nashville a few
weeks ago she was an Interesting and
entertaining visitor at the 'National
Baptist Publishing House plant and
paid her respects to the Nashville
Globe office. It is expected that Mrs.
Hawkins will return to Nashville
during the month of June to attend
the Sunday School Congress.
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Don't fail to hear at the morning
worship, Sunday, the Rev. T. C. Chan,
an ahle Chinese 'minister. There will
be special music by the choir. A large
number expected. Everybody welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
"Jesus, the Poor Man's Friend"
will he the subject of Rev. W. S.
Ellington's discourse Sunday morn-
ng. He will also preacn at tne
Txird's Supper services at 3 p. m.
j There will be song services and a
short sermon at night. Persons re
icently baptized will he formally wel
comed to church membership at 3:00
ip. m. Great preparations are being
made both in the Sunday school and
church for Easter services.
with the "perpnredness
of the country, have
armed themselves with the sword and
shield of incorporation, which is an
ticipation of war or something else,
but as we go, let us take the sword
of the spirit which is the word of
J. L. HARDING.
SOONER OR LATER EVERY
CHURCH WILL HAVE A
The Alliance at its regular meeting
last Friday voted to co-operate with
the Y. M. C. A . workers in their
Building Campaign. Next Sunday
has been designated as Y. M. C. A.
Sunday in the Colored Churches,
when all of the pastors are earnestly
requested to preash a special sermon
in the interest of the Association and
campaign. We are confident that our
will constrain them to concur with
the request and get actively behind
this worthy civic and Christian
Minister's love for the cause, and in
terest In our young men and boys
WILL THERE EVER COME A TIME
When the Colored People as a Mass, Will
Follow Their Leader? N
J. P. Robinson
The quarterly meeting of the Worn
ans Missionary Baptist City Union
will be held Friday afternoon, April
1 6. at 3 o'clock at Foster Chapel. Rev.
O. B. Bolden, pastor. Take Fairfield sionary of the Piney River and Yel-
car. The president, Mrs. H. M.;iow Creek Association, also a mis
Burns, requests that the presidents of sionary,of the Nashville City Associ
all the local auxiliaries and theirlation. was in the city this week.
REV. COLLINS IN THE CITY.
Rev. J. L. Collins, who resides at
Dickson. Tenn., and who Is a ml3-
There is a glass for each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune and we
will make up an estimate of
the cost of a set for you.
memners De on nana as Dusiness ot
importance will come before the body
for consideration. Friday night the
following program will be presented:
Chorus by Foster Chapel Choir.
Paper on Mission, Mrs. Patterson.
Solo, Mrs. A. L. Williams.
Paper. Woman's Worth to the
world, Mrs. J. L. Harding.
Duet, Mrs. Batson and Mrs. Talley.
Paper, Mrs. McKeiver.
Rev. Collins was here on his regular
missionary tour, and had services
Sunday at 11 o'clock with Rev. N. T.
Stoner of tin Mt. Gilead Baptist
Church, while on Sunday night lie
was with Rev. . Mullins at Cedar
Grove. On Monday morning he vis
ited the Baptist Ministers' Conference
where he had a. chance to see the
erpresentative pastors from the
churches that constitute that gather-
Recitation, Master Geo. H. Bolden. I ng. He stated Monday morning tmtt
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R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Second Auwe. Ntrlh. MHlillf, 1
Solo, Miss Sadie Williams.
Recitation, John H. King.
Select Reading, by Miss Marina
Sermon, by Rev. J. A. Brown, pastor
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Visitors will be welcomed.
The porter Lodge No. 1 of the
I United Sons and Daushters of Abra
ham, met in their hall, 1613 Pearl St.,
Monday night, March 26th. There
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Possibly this subject is rather
broad and lncomprensible and It may
be rather early to write on this kind
of a subject, but there are so many
things happening these days among
all races of people that a man does
not know' when he strikes the nail on
the head. I believe when men are
leaders, they are born leaders. 1
don't believe that men can make
leaders ot themselves; but God gives
tlfem the ability to lead and therefore
they grow Into leadership just as any
other plant or vine develops. They
should not grow selfish because the
divine Hand seems to have appointed
them leaders over their weaker breth
ren and then lose feeling of heart or
soul because their weaker fouoweri
do not come to their ideal, and then
attempt to crush the life out of tMem
and trample them down as an ox
would an ant. This kind of action to
my mma is noi uiviue leairenuiu,
nor is it good racial leadership but
mean and diabolical In Its effect and
action. If there is any class of peo
ple that has suffered for the missing
link of leadership 'it Is my people for
there Is indeed a missing link in men
who have accomplished little or much
In the world yet pose as leaders and
have done but little for the world's
sake and cannot too much for the
reason that selfishness like a black
cloud looms up and not only hinders
themselves from doing 1 tout stops
others that would do. For instance
I have seen men advising others how
to make a living, how to go into
business, how to buy land, how to
build houses, who themselves never
owned one inch ot land, never built
a house or made any show whatever
in the uplift of the world; and yet
thev howl and howl for, leadership.
But the people are growing to a
place today that they actually want
lpadprs of intesrity; leaders them
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them pastors of churches and not a
man among them pastoring a church
of more than two hundred active
menimers, who about a month ago
had the hardihood and unmanliness
and unbrotherly kindness to offer and
pass a resolution baring all other
ministers from their pulpits. I feel
ashamed to have to write such a
thing and yet It is true. This means
that Bomebody has had little enough
sense to fool themselves into leader
ship. And they have gathered around
them, just such non-sensible persons
as themselves thus making bad mat
ters worse. And as long as this kind
of a thing is kept up, there will foe a
great division and upheaval in our
ll started out by asking the question
as to the masses accepting and fol
lowing a leadership and the more I
study and think over. It, the further
the answer gets away from me. It
should be an easy matter to answer
this question, but I find it very dif
ficult for we must remember that just
a few short years passed, our entire
race was leaning wholly and bent
down fully in ignorance and it looked
as if the impossible was upon us. And
yet from that 'condition we emerged
safely, but it may foe that now we
have forgotten God, and no man nor
race can hope to do much nor foe
highly sensitive of its civil duties or
racial responsibilities who in any
measure forget their God and boast
In their fongetfulnesB of such a Be
ing, for It was God iwho 'brought us
out of darkness into beln, . and it is
He who will divest us of our .being
To my mind there must be a gather
ing together of mental powers in the
race: a gathering that will sacrifice
themselves for the uplift of the peo
ple. It is an awful shame and slam
on the intelligence of the race that
In every thing they get up, the little
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NA8nVIIXR, ' - ' - - - . TKNNHSSER
All Sunday schools of the colored
"hurdies of the city sliouhf join in
.ibt.erv!ng statewide Go-tn-Sunday-School
Day; April fith. Local Chair
man E. W. Thompson stated that he
hoped every Sunday ' sc hool in the
ity, both white and colored, would
trive to make the day a great suc-
ess in Xasliville. Mr. Thompson
also stated that he hoped that as fai
as possible pastors of the colored
churches would join iheir while breth
ren in preaching sermons next Sunr
day on "The Sunday School." Fol
lowing is Mr. Thompson's letter:- ..
.Nashville, Tenn., March 77, , 1917.
Dear Brother: ,: . . "
Gii-to-Sunday-Schqol Day, April M,
promises to bo the biggest ever. ,(h's
year. As superintendents we . are
concerned bowevr altout :, more ' illan
memliers only. -Appreciating
the inierest you have
in this movement, and your desire
also to secure the most lasting i re
suits, and the valuable help you can
render here as no other can, we want
to ask you to preach a sermon April
1st on "The Sunday School."' '
If our pouulatlon In the UniteJ
Stales is over lin,0iO,m) and ' only
nine million in Sunday school, ?n
clnding Cradle Roll and Home Uo
partment, It certainly behooves us to
!n the interest of the cause,
(, ' Sincerelv,
t E. W. THOMPSON,
Chairman Xasnville Go to S. S. Day
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solves who have brought something 'f0Xe8 g0 after night, and eafup the
tender vine. " Those of us who had no
conception of how to begin and build
to pass. ' '
We are living in a time now iwnen
our race is disceased with leadership.
The air seems to be pregnant with tne
voice of leaders among us, from one
end of the country to the other.
should we not be very careful ana
follow only those leaders whose in
tegrity is unquestionable f ine
average man among us snoum nave
nt lpnsr a leader of unnuestloned In-
teeritv and honesty, but this kind of
smirk in our race has not developed
very much and is brought out In the
fact that we are reaoy to spin an mi-
ple so as to get leadership; and tms
condition prevails In all, from the
greatest to the smallest; each , one
attempts to stand alone and lead
little crowd just about Jltke tnem-
1 know a little -crowd of ministers,
about a dozen, possibly about half. -Of
The students of Walden University
and Roger Williams University -met
lna conference at Roger Williams
University, Friday, 'March 16th, 1M7.
'lln the morning a program was rend'
ered, composed of 'representatives
from footh schools,, after whien.. .the
president j of' both jscboola; make- tlmfi
ijf;remarks. ' "
In the evening a fevijr.'selectlon?
were rendered and the business of the
day was transacted. The students of
Walden and Roger Williams were
well pleased and greatly. 'insnlred.f v
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up great things are the first ones to
lend our aid to help tear down the
thing that some great man has builded
up. :':'. ' .- - ' '
You take for Instance the great Na
tional Baptist Publishing House, built
for our denomination and : which is
both an honor to the race and denom
ination and you will find hundreds of
men misled into the thought of at
tempting, to teaf down and tear up
that which it has taken twenty years
to build. And this brings me to the
point as to whether or mot we are
able- to take into our minds the Teal
thought and conception of leadership.
- IFor lf these so-called leaders . want
the Publishing House why should they
struggle to tear it up, knowing at the
same time by so doing ithey. must .ask
the people to rebuild it for them.-. If
they; feel they cari. get it in a legal
way, why do they not go after it in
a way that Is comlmendable to us all.
I must confess tlie way tlint.the In
corporated brothers have gone" at this
matter has certainly made a dark
spot in our racial and denominational
:skles and (yet1 t seeme as f though
N:beyv gloat' tin' the Hriought that they
will eventually get. hold, of this pub
lishing house and ule,and control it
at will. But wrha&jodd. would it do
the denomination to have a few
Bosses whose business would be to
dlctate'the policy jand l"octrta of our
church. Great care' should be Exer
cised In conducting great things since
so -much depends upon us as a1 race
that it would be regarded as a cause
of war. This overt act has been
committed, the vessels of the United
States have been sent staggering to
the bottom of the ocean by the awful
shell of tbe Gorman submarine. Ger
many has thus disagreed' all ebgwky
many has thus disregarded all en
treaty and warning and public opinion
and supposed power and force of the
United ' States army. She rather
seems to invite a clash with our coun
try. If war ccraes as seem, it must,
there can scarcely at this time be a
decent prognosis of the case. Con
gress has been called to meet In ex
traordinary session April 2nd, when
it is supposed that a formal declara
tion of war will be made by that
body, the president not being willing
to assume all the responsibility. As
we stated above, the prognosis , :
such a conflict cannot with ftny accu
racy be determined, but it Is reason
able to believe that with the United
States entering into the conflict on
tbe side of the Allies that it will
only be a means of hastening the end
of the conflict with the advantages
on the side of the Allies, and with
Germany" greatly demoralized, if not
completely crushed. ' It is hard to be
lieve that Germany could withstand
the power and resources and military
ability of the eutire world. It would
l e belittling the world to even think
that Germany could - be viefpripus
over all the other powers - or me
world. It seems that even a thought
in that direction would be giving
Germany a plnce in the world that
would be staggering to human civil
ization. Indeed If such a living coum
be, it would be one of . the most dan;
gerous things to the world's civiliza
tion that could happen, for one power
to be able to overcome all the powers
of the earth would be too comprehen
sive in its thought and idea to even
Imagine. But such a thing cannot be,
The 'Allies even without the United
States are 'pound, to ; conquer, bound
tn.Jwin . Thev must -win or die; they
GH IG AGO
Is Best Reached by the Efficient Train
SERVICE of the !f . . , , , .
At this writing the war cloud
swings low, the rain of cannlstry and
bullets, aw. jabout ,to come , pourliii,
dcwir likeV trifrenir Tipen our" grand
eld country. If the public press is
to be credited, war between Germany
end (thf iutJltfifl ,state80il8JnBvitabla';
for the president . has declared that
If Germany committed nn overt act
iBdimttaa w Torpid, Liver, fnc Wei uppiutue jeopift ot tne ajn,uea bwtes
must win or'accept the dictates and
dictation of Germany; they must win
or get down at the feet of Germany,
and this they cannot anora to ao. n
would be better for them to die to a
man (than it would to have their
countries, their; wives sand 'thefri chil
dren, their liberty all at the mercies
ot Germany? , r -f
.fBut think! of li' lt iDcrmafty, cquld
n,t nniv r.onauer them but the
United ?tatesu also, the "danger Ato
(nvitizatlon. would' be great, inne
While it Is to be hoped that a decent
adjustment an ;.be; . reached without
going So 'warT arid" yet the editor of
the. . People's pefpnder. ( j hnf, mucl
rather shoulder hs gun and lose hla
life against a foreign' country than to
see this government' 'subjugated, tb "
foreign country or. ; have ,any one
foreign couptry master ( the entire
world.' 1 'Uncle! ' Sain 'is1 real busy. He
is MWne .aVUrV -ifnd jsupmaripe U
cafchefst Bubmarlne'patrbls ahagreat'"'
vessels of war as rapldlyas possible,
and It goes without saying that tt
mouth of war and, determines upon
a war rjolicy. that she will be In
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From Chicago. Cincinnati, LonlsTllle
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most unlimited, the skill and courage
of its people are beyond - question?
and any jiower on earth would hsry
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to his knees, oncehe beoame arouae'tl
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her desperation must be a little ujj.'
balanced or she would not defy tb