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NASHVILLE GI)BE, FRIDAY APRIL 6. 1917.
USE LONG VITA FOR
Says She Hadn't Been
Clear of a Cold For
' Six Months
Hasn't Got It Now
; Christ Is lii.-en Today," from Lyra
''And For Whooping Cough It Can't n '''-,or s,"u,tv nfemoon m 4
,, u . . v .. ! o'clock a special mnsiral will le rea
; Dti Deul, OtiyS JUTS. iLOOre. (lneil uinlcr the ansiii. es of the Worn-
j.n's Auxiliary of church at which
"We have been usin Lung Vita in
our family for whooping couhh and
colds," says Hits. Fannie L. Moore,
who lives at liKXi Morison street,
in her statement to us some time
ago. "I had not heon clear ot a cold
for six months until I l.cgau using
Lung-Vita, hut it sure broke up the
cold and stopped the cough right;
now. And for whooping cough it !
can't le beat. You need not le'
afraid of whooping roimh so long .,3
yon have Lung-ViU in ihe house and ,
use it. Those who u-o it don't coug'i ,
rnd vomit like those that do not j
use it. It is a wonderful medicine." '
Lung-Vita is sold by drugs
dealers. ( adv.)
Tlie Globe Vms Aofnn, 351 Bcik- Vfmphis,
Tcnn . would like to hca from some co'on J firm,
fan supply fhehunJred OUeJ I'oit fords.
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Pfri- n y nn-wnrnrd advice rv 1 !!
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15 K. noidh'ii1!fSt. Petrnii, nch.
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Trottt th uitf of 12 io 1 vears, t form a
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will (h- drill d and fun ihfd with uuifuiins
and swordu free t.f charge. Aply to
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NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOTD, D. D.. Secretary,
(23 Second lrt,N.,
CzplctiUi jtal. Co. J
ly pirhtm ihom yon
what yuur fiuo
flat done ffr my half.
be ton I ued It, my Lnlr
arna aliort and ciarkA,
and dow It tf 'H iarliof
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toon truly, Ct.LU uutta.
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foa. You really can't Btruichtcn Tour hair
nam n e dim una lone, iliat e wbot
does, removes Dsndraff, f sedn the Roots of
the hair, and make it grow Ioiik, soft and
silky. After naing a few times you can tail
ine uiuaren.-e, and altera little while it
will be so Drettv and tnnir that von am fi
U up to suit you. If Exelentodon'tdoas
we claim, we will xiva your money back.
25c by mail on receipt of stamps or coin,
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE,
Writ. For Parunilan.
CXIUtMTO MEOICINC CO., Atlanta, Oa.
CHL'RCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY.
A special musical rendition of tlio
Easter Euchur st will Lc given at the
Church of the Holy Trinity, Ewins
and Sixth avenues, at the il c.'lIoca
e ou Kater Sunday. The Kaste;
es are ulways well attended
all the music lovers t Nashville
jon account ot' the dignity and beauty,
jot the Episcopal Church muse.
The program is as follows:
Processional livmn. "Welcome Tlnnnv
jSIornint;," A. S. Sullivan; Kyrie, Clou- f
inou; c.iailiial Antnem, 'As it Uegun
j to Pawn," Vincent; The "Cie.lo," 11.
jl(. Jeffries; Sermon Hymn, "Tli.
, Strife Is O'er," lroin Palcsirina; , of
fcrtoi-y solo ly Mrs. Carieron; "Sane
I tus," (lounod ; ' Gloria in Kxcelsis."
I Ocunoil; Keiossional Hymn, "Je-is
time the "Cross mid Crown" will le
Minir hy special talent with Mrs. N.
K. White pres'diiiR at iho ort:;ii. Mrs.
Wheeler, pioside.it of the Woman's
Auxiliary Christ Church, will do
liver tlie address on this occasion. A
cordial welcome is extended to nil to
attend these special services.
,,T -Fnrw mi'.-rt-iT miri'rit
"u' N,'l' BA1TIM HIIKCII.
T,' Mt- Xo''! 'Ui't'-'t Clmivli is
fai i cing on Ms revival and is ' aving
r,rn U assisting Rev. Alfred in h's
meet in".. Tbev have had already
f - wernl converts and are hoping to
liave several more.
The Sunday school is planing for n
Ida; day Sunday which Is Easter.
They are aiming to have ever two
hundred in Sunday srhnil.
The Caleda Class wi'l meet Mon
day night. April 9, at ":?,n p. m., at
the home of Mrs. Anna Pitt son, 2'th
avenue, X. Visitors welcome.
ilUSHOP PHILLIPS OF NASHVILLE
I WAS COMPLIMEXTEH MONDAY
i K VEXING BY DR. AND MRS. j
II. M. WIIITDY. j
In pleising eomnliment to Bishop C. 1
H. I'll Hips of Nashville. Tonn.. Dr.!
and Mrs. II. Mnsn AVhilhy handsome-j
!v entertained at their roidnnce, 2210
St. Enia'iiol street, Monday evenirts !
from 7 until f. j
Throughout the rooms on the first
lloor many beautiful palms ami
: i.ottoil ferns were placed so as to add
to the attractiveness of the home.
P n'; color tones were given cnipha
ns in the flowers which tilled the
cut glas vase which rested upon a
c vely clnny la'e centerpiece on the
dining table, anil in the courses which
were i-erved. Miss Mabel I'VlrehiM
find Mrs. J. W. dildor assised in re
j reiving the cuosts. Dr. AV. 11. Logan,
villi dignity, presided as tnas'master.
Tlip toasts wore resoondod to by
P'slinn C. II. l'hillips, the honor-guest.
The hospitality was very beautiful
rnd truly enjoyable.
: Tboe present were: Pishon C. II.
; Phillips, Nashville, Tenti.; Rev. Jas.
A. Stout. Santa Monica, Cnl.; Rev, J.
W. Gilbert, president Payne College.
Augusta, fla.; Dr. W. TT. Logan, pre-
s'dine elder Houston District, M. R.
flinrili; Rev. E. J. Howard, pastor
Wesley Chanel A. M. R Church: Rev.
II. P. Porter. iresidinc elder Houston
I District C. M. K. Cnrch; Rev. W. Q.
I Hunter, pastor IV e-e's Tabernacle;
Rev. E. II. Hamilton, pastor Pilgrim
Congregational Church: Rev, J. R.
ITlnrdntt, pastor liethel Baptist
Church: Rev. R. It. King, presiding
leliler Corsicana District C. M. E.
i Church: nov. ,T. V. Ciider, pastor
Boynton Chapel M. E. Church; D:-
;R. F. Terrell. Dr. Chas. A. Jr.
Mir. H. E. lee, Dr. O. C. Carrett, Dr.
IT! T Cfti'inirliin Tlr C A f'n, AT
T. B. Bell. Prof. Nat. 0. Henderson.
Lawyer M. H. Brovles. Mr. II. J. Hon-
jdricks, Mr. R. B. Houston and Edi
tor C. X. Love. Tcxa Freeman.
I Tt will be recalled that Mrs. II. M.
Vhitbv was a Miss Fannie Robinson,
!a graduate of FNk University and for
I a unmher of yenrs was a teacher in
i the public schools in tills city. It is
noilort'irxi IT. and Mrs. Whitbv ow
one of the most leautii'ullv npp'olnte.1
ro'iii'oiwp in Houston. Dr. Vhitbv
enjovs a lucrative dental juactiro and
(interests himself in every movement
'thai tends to (he u'eneral welfare of
I hp ra -e. The local friends of Dr.
and Mrs. Whitby will he pleaded to
i learn of their success In tbp
! city" of the Lone Star State.
! Tlie choir of Clark Memorial M. E.
; Church will render the cantata ''The
j Cross and Crown" Easter Sunday eve
ling, April Sth, 1017, at 7:30 p. m.,
j under the direction of Miss Salene
'Mcfiavnek. Mrs. Hugh J. Johnson and
I Ossian S. Crockett, chorister, assist
ed by the Melmrrv Orchestra and
si mp o the best vocal talent the city
.affords, accompanied by Prof. H. Clem-
rH'i'5!, organist, and Mr Jos. Wright,
of Moharry," pianist. Everybody is
invited to be present. It will bo a
rare musical treat to all.
AT ST. PAUL EASTER.
"As our organ is undergoing re
pairs, with regret we announce the
I'siiai Easter cantata which tlie choir
renders annually will not be had."
j This is the statement of the choir
chorister at the above named churcti.
DR. ROMAN DELIVERS LAY SER
MON MADE FAVORABLE 1M
IMPRESSIOX AT ST. PAUL
CHURCH LAST SUNDAY.
"A Spiritual Biograph" The Subject.
Pofore a large and appreciative
audience, Dr. C. V. Roman delivered a
masterly and inspiring lay sermon,
Inst Sunday at St. Paul A. M. E,
Church. He used as ills' subject "A
Spiritual Biograph" with the book of
John as a bas's and Jesus Christ as
the example. The discourse was the
result of much thought and much
preparation and showed that tlie
speaker was very familiar with Bib
lical history. He showed very vivid
ly that a man or woman is a triangu
lar being. What he thinks of him
self, what other people think of him
end what he really is. He also said
that "a man is judged by the com
pany he, keeps; by his conversation
and by what he does."
Dr. Roman is the very ' popular
teacher of th0 Biblo Clac of St. Paul
which is composed of students of
Mehnrry. He organized this class
about twelve years ago. I-Ie lias
made himself extremely well versed
in the Bible and his lectures to the
class each Sunday arc well attended.
Notice is hereby iven our depositors, patrons
ami friends that, in compliance with the action of
the Executive Co. umittccs of ttie undersigned Banks
on and after April lf, 1017, they will adopt the
hours of closing of the Nashville Clearing House.
Under this rule, hanking hours will close at 2
o'clock each da.y of the week excejit on Saturday,
when the closing hour will he 12 o'clock M.
ONS-CENT S WINGS BANK
PEOPLES SAVING BANK & TRUST CO.
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MR. U. II. JANARl'Y,
Captain Team Xo. (!, Livision "IV in
the recent Y, M. C. A. Campaign.
MR. JOHN WESLEY MANEY,
Lieutenant Team Xo. 4. Division "A'
who did great work in the recent Y
M. C. A. Campaign.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Burrus family wish to express
thanks to their many friends
kindnesses shown them during
illness and death of their brother, J
GET YOUR NAME IN THE
Postmaster Shannon calls atten
tion once more to the importance of
each firm, nsoncy, and Individual
eeiuii that their name nnpearJ in
f' . . -t v t-1
! A V '
kson.'tlie new Nasiivnie city directory ue-
lore compilation by the publishers is
completed. Only a few days remain
in which patrons can insure Inser
Hoti of their name, and it is hoped
that all new concerns as well a
ii dividuals who are likely to receiv
mail in this city without anv address
j thereon other than Nashville, Tenn..
i will furnish this office at once with
I tbe:r name in order for such names
to appear in the new directory. If
lfi:ia la nut dono natrons ennnot corn-
', 1 If.in if any mail matter fails to be
delivered them because of insufficient
Send names in promptly nerore it
is to,) late.
MEI1 ARRY LONE STAR CLUB
ENTERTAINS GIVES BANQUET
IN HONOR OF MEMBERS OF
OF GRADUATING CLASS, ,.
Without doubt one of the most
unique and pleasant affairs that has
been given in this city for some
little tin.e, was the one given last
iturdoy evening from eight to eleven
o'clock by the Lone Star Club of Me
harry, at the Amusement Hall. The
Lone Star Club is composed of stu
dents attending Moharry from the
stale of Texas, and this affair was
j given in honor of the members of the
to graduate this year. The de-
iniis were worked out and the re
ception was directed largely by the
efforts of Dr.Austin Vhittier and Dr.
Robert M. Calvert, who spared no
poins in seeing that the guests were
made welcome and that the evening
was enjoyed by all present. Those to
graduates trom Texas this year are
A. V. Borders, II. M. Calvert, H.
C. Cunningham, J. G. Hardin. J. T.
Ounn, 0. B. Lenox, 0. V. McPeters,
P. T. Mooore, 0. P. Strong, R. H.
Trotter, Austin Vhittier.
Dental Department 0. A. Denby
V. Flint. V. V. Hurd. 0. F. Hawkins,
L. M. Mitchell, V. F. Ritchie, 0. E.
Pharmaceutical Dept. H. R. Mc-
Sayles, B. L. Teycer, S. T. Villlam-
REV, J. C. AUSTIN, D. D.. OF PITTS
BURGH, PA.. SPEAKS.
To the Baptist Family:
Veek after week I have read with
special delight the letters of the
brethren from all parts of this coun
try relative to the many things In
which we are mutually interested,
viz., the National Baptist Publishing
House, its ownership; the National
Baptist Conventions. Which is which,
and who is who. The Northern Uni
versity; our duty towards it; the
Virginia Theological Seminary and
College; its Seml-Centennlal; Who
will go and what will they carry. The
Foreign Mission Field; our duty to
it, and the European war. AU of
these things concern me; and as you.
have written about them, I have read
your every letter with profound inter
est, and would have spoken before
this hour but for the fact that 1 was
too busy upon the "Big Job" here ;o
give it my attention.
As to the American Baptist Publi
cation Society, I have always felt that
it belonged to the Baptist family,
and looked upou it as one ot our
greatest accomplishments, and upjn
its secretary as one of the greatest
business characters in the world.
When I was first Introduced to hltn
and to his great work, It was by a
man in whom I have always had
great confidence, who made .it his
business to audit the books of tno
publishing bouse; write a report re
lative to the same and distribute
!1,em to the constituency of the Na -j
i tioral Convention, declaring Boyd's
?ccord to be that of a clean sheet,
and commending him to the brethren
as being honest to tlie liottom. Con-
fid'ng in this man's research,' I fell
; in lino as never before, to purchase
i literature from our own plant, and in
j every way encourage the heart of the
man who had been so long accepted
l y the convention as its greatest busi
ness wizard. Here of late, I have
been brought in personal touch with
Doctor Boyd and with the Institution
be repiesents, and can fully agree
now with the gentleman who so high
ly indorsed his work in Nashville,
Tenn., when the convention there con
vened, for I am persuaded that he Is
worthy of more praise than humnn
tongue can give. Xo Negro man
could have done such constructive
work without like or worse criticism
lroin those for whom be labored. It
seems to 1 the common lot. of hu
manity that those for whom we do the
most are the first to cry "Crucify
As to the National ConvevnMons, 1
am praying that they may soon bury
tlie hatchet of petty and personal dir
ieiences, forget the misunderstanding
of tlie past, and press toward the
mark of the prize of a higher calling
than what we have had before us here
tofore, which was personal notoriety,
rulorship at any cost, and vain glory.
H'irn I meet face to face with the
lii'rthrrn this year ttion the conven
tion grounds in the State. ofiOld Gcor
pia, thin 8hall he my "(Jilt em,
'Union!" Christian Review of Phila
AND MRS. M. P. WERLEY.
HAVE FIND DAUGHTER.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
M. P. Verier, 102 Murry street, will
j be pleased to know that a little girl
arrived at their home on last Thurs
day morning. Both mother and baby
are receiving the congratulations of
a large number of friends and ac
A GREAT VEEK AT SOUTHSIDE
The Educational Institute operated
under the auspices of the C. R. So.
by.. Middle Tennessee District. Con
tent'tm convened at the Cabin Row
Baptist Church. The brethren had
just closed one when arriving at this
point. Enjoyod one of the grandest
sessions the executive hoard of the
convention and association ever held
in its history. They went to South
side fired with work done on the day
"before. Rev. F. P. Thornton, Dis
trict Superintendent of Sunday
SchooJ Missions and Education, pre
sided. There were several topics or
'nterest discussed. Preaching Thurs
day night by Rev. Howard, A. M., M.
D., text, Matt. 19:1G. He preached a
powerful sermon. Friday afternoon
lecture by Rev. Dr. Howard, sub
ject, "Blaspheming against the Holy
Ghost and Who Can Do It?" Many
minds were changed, vcen evacuated
their -former positions of their in
sight on the subject under the criti
cal survey. of the. doctor. Again our
hearts were enrapt. . The house was
filled with the Holy Ghost by a ser
mon delivered by Rev. C. W. Toli
ver. Text. Phil. 3:4. The meeting
viewed from every orb was the best
witness of its kind in thl3 section.
There was no regret that we witnessed
the presence of Mr. A. H. Kirkman.
corresponding secretary of the C. R.
Association, an enthusiastic Sunday
school and B. Y. P. U. organizer. We
pi ay the success of the meeting i
wnerever neitt. The pastor, Rev. T.
M. Pettus, was a very active face
and an ahle adviser of the work.
The Sulphur Spring Live Stock As
sociation was organized at the resi
dence of the founder, MY. H. J. Bat
son. Tlie officers installed as fol
lows: H. J. Batson, president and
founder; S. V. Slayden, chairman;
J. A. Holmes, vice president; J. 3.
Hopkins, secretary; H. E. Wiley, Jr.,
assistant secretary; Joner Rainev,
treasurer. Mr. H. A. Batson Is an
inspiring young man well thought
of in. his community nnd also the
Grand Master of the National Afrl-
Amerlcan Industrial Union. The
Fair Grounds will be located at the
Gilmer Rogers Pond, 2 1-2 miles from
Lone Oak Stat'on, East. All of the
farmers are deeply Interested in this
industrial movement and their hearts
and hands are joined for one pur
pose, to elevate this association to a
higher standard. We as a race need
more institution like this that will
Are our ambition and cause us to
look forward to the betterment of
our live stock, of our homes and
our community at large. Messrs.
Israel Jackson and H. E. Wiley, Jr.,
were the guests of Misses Bessie and
Kntherine Rainey. 'Mrs. Henry Ghol
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wlloy, Sr.,
Misses Agnes and Christena Hopkins
were the guests of Miss Hortense
Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hop
kins and Mr. and Mr3. Wince Hop
kins Sunday afternoon. Mr. Henry
Trotter is very ill. He does not Im
prove. Misses Christina Hopkins and
Bessie Rainey are arranging nn Eas
ter program for Easter Sunday at
the Sulphur Spring A. M. E. Church;
There will not be an Easter program
at St. Paul Baptist Church and we
are expecting to visit the A. M. E.
urcli on that day. Messrs. Wh-
iuer ami Ulysses Rogers were also
the welcome guests of Misses Mag
pie and Martha Kilgrove Sunday eve
ning. Rev. J. ' Kelley, the piesidiug
elder, held his second quarterly con
icrcnce last Mouday and Tuesday at
the Sulphur Spring A. M. U. Church.
Scripture readiug, St. John 14:1-23.
ond siHike from John 3:8. Tuesday
evening to a crowded house he de-
V livered an ahle
1 tiiind.er of teachei
J were in Clarksvil
!J 1 of last wee' atteii
livereil nn untn Kprnw.n OititA n
.1 nn.,.itA.. '
im a uuu Kit)
He tlie latter part
attending the Teachers'
Institute. Among them were Min.
I Louisa Ilippey, P. L. Beam, Addie
l'atson and Cluyrine Gholston, Misses
I'e?sio Kaiuey, Christena Hopkins
and Mabel Tieam. All relumed to
their homos Saturday except Mrs.
Cholston and Miss Hopkins, who re
turned Monday afternoon, after
'spending Sunday attend ng church
services and visiting friends and re
latives, also doing their spring shop
ping. They departed for Clarksville
WHITE CITIZRN FIGHTS TO SAVE
II. KOELBEL SATS WALLACE,
CONDEMNED, DID NOT
Harold M. Koelbel of 4S27 North
Kimball Avenue,, actuated by motives
of shee philanthropy and a personal
conviction that the law is about to
t,.ke the life of an innocent man, has
started a movement to save Earnest
Wallace, a NegrOj from the gallows
and to carry his case to the Supreme
Wallace Is In the county jail under
sentence to hang on April 13 for the
murder of Jacob Levin and William
Monroe in a hole-up in the soloon at
Thlrtyflrst and State streets on the
nitrht of June 17, 1916.
Vallace was placed on trial July 25.
He pleaded not . guilty. He was sen
tenced to die on July 27. Judge Bar
rett denied a motion for a new trial.
Meets Negro In Jail.
Mr. Koelbel met Vallace on a visit
to the jail. The Negro convinced him
of his innocence. He conferred with
the condemned man's lawyer, 0. J. C
Vray, who himself believes the Negro
is not guilty, and has given his serv
isec without pay. After this confer
ence, Mr. Koelbel began a campaign
to raise $900 which is required to car
ry the case to the higher court. Mr.
Koelbel has made this campaign nation-wide.
He already has received
several hundred dollars in contribu
tions from persons in all parts of the
country, he says.
"So confident am I that justice has
miscarried." said Mr. Koelbel, "that if
I do not succeed In raising the neces
sary money, I will pay the expenses
of the appeal out ot my own pocket.
and I flm not a rich man. Wallace
will not hang on the day set for his
execution. He is going to have fair
play. His case will be carried to the
Supreme court. I feel sure that tri
bunal will reverse the verdict, and on
a second trial I believe Wallace will j
be able to prove his innocence."
Finds Evidence Faulty.
'Mr. Koelbel says the evidence
against Wallace is the slenderest
upon wtilch any man ever sentenced
to hang in the history of the Cook
The only eyewitness to the murders
introduced at the trial by the state
was John Porter, a colored man. Por
ter, according to his testimony, was
in the saloon when the shooting oc
curred. He said only one robber was
concerned in the crime and that he
was unmasbed. Four other men, who
were in the saloon, but who did not
appear as witnesses, said the robber
wore a KuKlux Klan mask drawn
over his head and completely con
cealing his face so it iwas impossible
to tell whether he was a white man
or a Negro. There were many other
discrepancies in the state evidence.
The Chicago Daily Tribune, Tues
day March 20, 1917.
M.R.E . E. BRIGHT IN TOWN.
Mr. E. E. Bright, formerly of Little
Rock, but now of Denver, Colo., is
in the citv at the bedside of his
wife's niece, Miss Elizabeth A. Stock
ell, who is ill at CU Webster st. Mr.
Bright is travelling manager of the
'American Woodmen," a fraternal
organization with headquarters at
Denver. He will visit all over Ten
nessee in the Interest of this organ
drs. McMillan and hale
attend tuskegee clinics.
. Drs. McMillan.-and Hale, local
surgeons, left" the city during the
early' part of the week for Tuskegee
Institute where they went to attend
the annual clinic which was held
this week at St. Andrew's Memorial
Hospital. The local surgeons joined
Dr. U. G. Daly of Chicago, who was
en route to Tuskegee. Drs. Mc Mil
lan and Hale performed several ma
jor operations, and the Nashville rep
resentatives gave a good account ol
themselves. They own and operate
their own hospitals, and in a pro
fessional way, are rendering a valua
ble service to their clientele. They
returned to the city the latter part
of this week.
HOWABD FI SK ATLANTA
Friday night, April 13th, at 8 p. m.,
Fisk will hold, in Memorial Chapel,
its eleventh, triangular inter-collegiate
debate between Howard . and Fisk.
The question under discussion being,
Resolved that the national govern
ment should require compulsory arbl
tration of . disputes between capital
and labor. King and Proctor, two of
the best debaters that Fisk has ever
produced, will defend the affirmative
side of the question here, while Wes
ley and Burwell, the master debaters,
will represent the local school in
Atlanta on the negative side of the
Fisk has lost constantly during the
the last few years. This has been
unpleasant to the students, the alum
ni, and faculty. So Dr. McKenzie,
with his usual forsight has succeed
ed in retaining the services of Mr.
Isaac Fisher, the greatest Negro rhe
torician in America, to help remedy
this deplorable condition. Fisk 1b
out to win this year and there Is
large promise of a stiff fight ahead
for those who heretofore have come
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to Nashville so confident of certain
victory. A rare treat is in etore tor
all those who attend.
St JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH,
Palm Sunday was celebrated at
this place Sunday, and divino sei
vices throughout the day were in ac
cordance. At 11 a. m., tlie pastor
(.reached an eloquent sermon At 6:45
a very interesting program of the A.
C. E. League was rendered. At 8: SO
another eloquent sermon by the pas
tor. Tbp great war nenlnst Rln and
,i,e CUUiyi, ;8 at ita height and we
me begging men and women to en
list and fight for their souls. April
t:;e 1st was da' we went into
camp and we ovpect to muster oat a
large number and win the battle for
Christ. Cottage prayer meetings will
I e a special feature of this meeting.
The public is Invited. Friday aftei
noon. Stewardess Board No. 1 met
at the residence of Mrs. Alice Wright
on Patterson street. The Tyiee W.
II. and F. Missionary Society of St.
John A. M. E. Church, will meet at
the residence of Mrs. Sammie Carter,
1730 Jefferson street, the first Mon-
Mf In April the DthWinstead of
the fourth Monday, as was previously
stated ny the order of the President,
Mrs. M. J. Smith. The Evangelistic
Membership Campaign opened Tues
day night and will run two weeks.
THE AESTHETIC CLUB ENTER
TAINS THE STUDENT BODY OF
THE A. AND I. STATE NORMAL.
he student body of the A. and I.
State Normal was delightfully enter
tained Saturday evening by - the!
Aestnic c'luo. rue occasion was
under the general direction of Mrs.
W. J. Hale assisted by Mrs. M. M.
Brown, Mrs. H. N. Robinson, Mrs. JJ.
White, and Miss Wfceatley members
of the club and was attractively
An enjoyable program was rend
ered, also very valuable' hints and
suggestions were given on the "cor
rect arrangements of the home."
Music, games and. contests were en
joyed and the prizes for the success
ful contestants were awarded, as
The most neatly dressed young
teao etaoi shrdlu cmfwyp vbglcnj
woman- box of candy- Miss Maggie
The most ' neatly dressed young
man- box of candy- Mr. Willie John
son. , . ,
The best kept rooms in the wo
men's dormitory,. .Misses Johnson,
Mosley. Wilhoite. ' Claybourne,
Gillespie. A. Campbell, Page. Lea
veil. Men's Dormitory, 'Messrs. RyanB,
Bright, Hadley, ' Irvjiu." Anderson,
Davis, Misses White, Williams and
Stafford. A idelightf' menu was
President W. J. Hale returned
Monday from . New . York City
where he has been attending the Ne
gro Educational Conference for the
betterment of the Negro race. He
predicts great success for this move
ment and reqorts a successful meet
The Y. M. C. A. will give a carni
val on the campus Friday
AdHI (5. for the benefit of the Y. M
C. A. of Nashville. The Public is cor
Representatives from the Y. M. C.
A. and Y. W. C. A. will attend the
Students' Conference to be held in
Atlanta, Ga., and Range Mountain
Classes are planning to organize a
"Canning Club" with the hope of
canning tomatoes, beans and other
GALEDA CLASS OF THE
FIFTENTH AVE. BAPT. CHURCH
The Galeda class No. 2, met at the
residence of Mrs. JJ.TJJoJsie Oglesby
1215 Grant St., with Miss Mary Buck
ner as hostess. The meeting opened
with the president in the chair. After
a song and qrayer, the teacher being
absent, Mr. W. O. Moore Sup't. of the
Sunday School being with us,
taught the class to the delight of all
present. After the roll call, quota
tions and dues, 16 members an
swered to the call of their names. We
had two new members to Join us in
the person of Mlrs. Lizzie Hudgins
and Miss Lucy Oglesby. We will
have a parlor concert April 11th, at
p it,- l7
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social part of the meeting, the host
ess serving a two course menu to the
delight of all present. Our meetings
are growing more 'interesting each
week and visitors are iwelcome at any
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A COLORED MAN IN COUNCIL
FROM 18TH WARD.
We hear that meetings are being
held and the . question agitated of
sending a colored man from the lStU r
ward to the City Council. This is
right. A preponderance of the .voters
are colored and they should hay '
some other recognition than. being" in .
the Street Cleaning Department.-' as ..
Ash Men, or on ine rou as purieia.
We say that the matter should .be
agitated, but at the same time, we
hope no indiscrete rule or reign policy
in this agitation will be allowed to
over leap the bounds of reason. We
must acknowledge that while a large
percentage of the voters of the 18th
ward are colored, yet by some mis-step
this large Republican ward can be
turned into a Democratic ward. Don't
let us forget ourselves and play the
"dog with the bone," lose all trying to
gain something that perhaps we can
not get at this time. We know it ds
said that one or two men carry or
swing the ward as they desire, that
the sporting element is satisfied with
things just as they are. With this
condition confronting the agitators for
a colored man in Council from the
18th ward, let them make the party
issue .paramount to the race, rather
than lose all. The Brotherhood is for
a negro in theCouncll from this ward
first and at all times but it is for party
unity and party harmony above all
other consideratiSftB, ' Let all the
leaders get together and thrash out a
wise plan to satisfy all conditions In
this largely Negro ward.
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