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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL' 6, 1917.
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AS60lATltoNP'1."' 8 ing wiDS considerable applause in the
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the ground and for a while there
Kashillc, TanD April 6, '17 jitter, then comes lameness ot the
....... back and joints, and the garden is
"WAR IS HELL."
"War is hell," so said an eminent
gentleman a half century ago. Thai,
lie was wholly right iu his assertion
lias been amply verified time and
again. But the Negro is now ready
to face hell and all of its attendant
horrors whenever President Wilson
gives the word. '
Germany, it seems, has disregard
ed all rules of international warfare
and like a mad dog is running amuck
snapping, snarling and biting at
every thing, forcing the United
States to the last alternative. It
seems we have gotten to the bridge,
, thern is nothing left to do1 but t
cross it. The Negro is not asking
the whys or the wherefores, but like
the noble1 six hundred,
"There's not to reason why,
fVhere's not to make reply,
There's but to do and die."
All wo, know fs that our eountrv
needs us, and we are willing an.l!lhe s"lrlt 01 ,,evotl,,n nd industr
eager to do its bidding. 111 8,1 tl,eSe enterprises fathem and
War is hell, but the Negro loyally ! u,ot,,era shoula lead' a,'tin!r an ln"
loving his country and the stars and
aripes is read "to do and die" if
need be. We are willing to face war !
cruelties and barbarities to the end
that "old glory" may never
honored or trailed in the dust. We
are Americans first, last, and always.
We are not looking back into the
dead part, we have no feeling in thl?
matter save patriotism. As Ameri
can citizens, we owe it to ourselves,
our children and our children's chil
dren to uphold the honor iind glory
of our country's integrity and Amer
ican institutions. We are not craven
cowards, and have never shown our-
Felves to be when "Columbia tht- gem 1 gro officers for Negro troops,
of the Ocean" is imperiled. We call upon every able-bodied
War Is hell, so say we all, but hell i man who is eligible for service to
hath no furies that the Negro wiil fiilist and do what he can for the
not dare to Fave the nonor and slay j salvation of the nation, but we in
of his country's flag. We have never 1 sist that they be officered by men of
l een found wanting, and never will ; their own race from corporal to
I.e. We invite the acid test. e aru I colonel.
ready to shoulder arms, and t ( "lor-1 In every field of endeavor the black
ward march," when ibe word is man has made good when given Ihe
given. ; hanre and we are doubly sure he
"War is hell." but thoe who know! will make more than good if placed
the Negro soldier are aware that he ', in command of soldiers of his own
is not a duty shirker, nor a hanlshio j race. We think it but fair and Just
pidestepper, rather he is truly 1- y-ii j tlmt the Negro lie given this cjanee
to the marrow bone. ; 1 0 show the metal of whic he is
"War is hell," even so, but the : made. Negroes nre brave and have
black man will be found heroically ! been tried and stood tho fiery lest in
upon the firing line doing his utmost years agone and will do it again if
to uphold the rights of the Ametirai. j given the opportunity. Negroes have
nation and the perpetuity of the con-1 always borne the burden in the hea!
blitution. And. to the regnant race
we would say, when this hell I
ever, give us a man's chance to live
and have our being, unharrassed by
race prejudice and petty jealousies,
But, "war is hell." And, yet after
the cruel war is done we all in truth
join in singing the "Land of the free
and the home of the brave."
OO-TO-NVXDA Y-SCUOOh DA V.
The Globe desires that every pa
jent will on next Sunday get an
early breakfast and take their chil
dren to Sunday school. Let there
l;e a great outpouring of the faithfui
and the unfaithful albo. Doubtless
Mine of you reniembei away back
ondr when you had but one shirt,
your dear mother would launder it
on Saturday night In order that yon
might not have an excuse for being
abEent from Sunday school the fol
lowing day. You remember how you
were put to bed clothed In one of
$er old dresses that you would not
catch cold while you were minus that
The Christian spirit was
then in nearly every household. Thu
older people would attend sunrise
prayer meeting at the peep of
both winter and sum me
prayer service, they would come home
and have prayers again. Just before
serving breakfast, mother would read
a chapter from the Bible, and then
father would lead in prayer, after
which the whole family would Join
In singing on of those old-&ahlonel
hymns of Zion.
After the morning's repast, the
whole kit would Co to Sunday school.
Verily those were good old days
when it seemed as if everybody loved
everybody. We would rejoice deep
down in our soul If those days were
here again. Even now, sometimes in
the wee small hours ot the night, we
"Backward, turn backward,
O time in thy flight,
Make me a child again
Just for toulght"
But why dwell in tie past? Let
us live now as they did in the past,
live in the church and Sunday
school. Let our religion show forth
in our lives as did our forebears.
Often have we heard, our sainted;
"Jesus loves me. this I know.
Because the Bible tells me so."
And she learned that Jesus loved her
by attending Sunday school in the
dark days of slavery and oppression.
If you will but go to Sunday 6choel
and church you will earnestly say "In
uie toneiy nigui 01 sorrow, nine tnou
me" and have the assurance thai
Jesus will do it for you for the rea
son that you put your whole trust in
Go to Sunday school after tomor
row; it will do you good and remind
you vividly of your childhood days.
Again, we say, don't forget, as It
1 ililrhlv imnortnnt.
tup cnpnnTTPV uivnrv
forgotten. Only those whose enthusi
asm is of deeper root remain faith
ful through the hot and wearisome
days of lute spring and summer. No
one ever need fear the spasmodic
tiller of vacant lots. His rivalry
may bulge a little in the prints, but
the results of his labors are heart
breaking to those who cry for fresh
vegetables. By the latter part of
June the spasmodic gardener ha
lest all that fine glow cf inspiration
which seemed destined for a time to
set a little corner of the world afire.
Good gardening is a matter of
bound and unremitting labor in a pr1
vate way, and It is not attained by a
sort of social spasm, which hungers
for tlie iKJiitiuets of publicity, while
its votaries purchase their onions,
radishes and lettuce at the old stand.
The civic and school gardens are
pearly always fizzles because they ap
peal to the play spirit rather than to
tqlligent and untiring part them-
da"s"te in the en,I art oC tne
1,06 and rake' not for the vmpce of
I the harvest that follows honest and
quiet toil bus Its material rewards,
j riot to speak of the joy and health
which come with their attainment.
XKGHO OFFICERS FOR SEGRO
Now that the signs of the time
point unerringly to hostilities' be
tween this country and Germany, we
unhesitatingly go on record for Ne
of the day. viz.. at Bunker Hill, at
San Juan, at Carrizal and other
places too numerous to mention.
Yes, give us Negro officers tor Ne-
j jto troopers, and then you'll see some
sure enough battles. Let us hav
them, and the whole world will ap
plaud the wisdom of the powers that
I e. Negro olllcers have made their
mark in France, Brazil and othei
countries, then why ciu't they lie
bad in I'ncle Sam's domain?
(Negroes are Americans from bead
to foot, and love America for Ameri
ca's sake. Our doctors, nurses and
cur men and women In all walks t
life nre ready to do service for the
nation under officers of their own
Our quondam friend, Henry Cam
eron, joined "Co. G." the other
night. Dr. Cnruthers says this act
of the genial professor is responsible
lor the declaration of war by con
gress, as every one knows who know3
cnylhlng at all, that Henry .is a
whole regiment within himself being
equal to forty -nine machine guns.
It is really refreshing to wake up
; mornings and find that Brother Gard-
Aftcr thislner has assured the while folks ex-
rctly what the Negroes of Nashville
are going to do. Brother Gardner
has exclusive ownership of his mouth.
Already' it is becoming apparent
something more than a declaration
Corns to the Busy Storethe Store of Vslucs
For Men and Youni Men
Everybody gets a new Spring
Easter, why not yon? They are
Largest and best selected stock in Nashville and our Prices are all money- saving. x
COME AND SEE THEM.
that we are iu a state of war will
have to come along to insure a total
loss of interest in the opening of the
Now that the Y. M. C. A. luncheons
tire over, We are at a loss to know
where we are' going to get our next
Frank Paschal says he is ready
for war. He says he will be where
shot and shells are the thickest un
der the ammunition wagon. W
Hoover is safe iu Europe that is,
as safe as anybody can be in Europe
under existing circumstances.
And, "We have raised it all" was
jelled with a vengeance at the Y. M.
C. A. last Friday evening.
Perhaps it is a man's own fault
when he doesn't get anything out of
life but steady work.
"America first" and the stars and
stripea forever should he In the
heart of every American.
Wltn woman's entry into the navy
we may expect something new in the
trimming of ships.
The legislature will have to hurry
up if it is to have all the chores
none before dark.
KVery man should be arrested
about two times during his "life for
whst he thinks.
A vegetable garden is better than
a roof garden to help solve the cost
Some men just swear right out,
while others take their hats and go
Furthermore, the Lime Kiln Club
is due to tender its good offices to
Why worry about the styles if
women are to be clothed with the
Mrs. Mattie Simmons and mother,
Mrs. Mary Hill, of Tremont avenue,
'eft the citv last Sunday morning for
St. Louis, -Mo., where tbey will make
their future home. Mr. Simmons will
join them about the middle or latter
part of this month.
Jas. S. Waters, the vilUan, Mehar
ry Auditorium, April 20.
Eester Hats, Easter Millinery.
Easter Ribbons, the bewichlng kinds.
J. H. FOREMAN.
11th and Jefferson.
Both Mrs. Simmons and her mother
have a host of friends here who re
gret very much to give them up. Mrs.
Hill is also 11 faithful and untiring
member of the St. John A. M. 10.
church, where' she will be greatly
V. C. Lightfoot. "Mr. Revishaw,
April 20, Meharry Auditorium.
Special to the Ladies. Our most
gorgeous display of blouse and Waists
In our show window.
J. H. FOREMAN.
11th and Jefferson.
Miss Aurelia Clement, leading lady,
"Adrift" Meharry Auditorium April 20.
Mr Chas Bell, of Springfield, Tenn.,
un active superintendent of one of the
leading Baptist churches of Robin
son county was In Nashville this week.
He stated to the Sunday School Con-
rress Secrptarv tnar. tnev were ar-
rangintr to bring a big delegation to
Nashville In June to attend the Sun
day School Congress.
W. C. Club of Walden presents
"Adrift" Meharry Auditorium.
Relieves CATARRH of
Kaflh oapmta bem tkM
Sold hf til dnif rliu.
Every w Pattern
and cloth, beautiful
Silk Crepe Madras
Bring your boy here for Spring or Confirmation Outfit
we have everything worn by boys from Shoes to Hat
Suits in all wool guaranteed df CCtoCQ QC
with two pair of pants pdOv pOD
Charming little Miss Helen Carter
as "Ella," Meharry Auditorium, April
We are showing now the newest
things In Easter Footwear. Some of
the styles are very attractive.
J. H. FOREMAN,
Adv. 11th and Jefferson.
The funeral service over the re
mains of Dr. Harrison McBroom were
held at the family residence on Jef
ferson street this week. Rev. W. S.
W. . Porter, "Old Jupe," Meharry
Auditorium, April 20.
J. H. FOREMAN,
11th and Jefferson,
for your Easter wear.
Mrs. W. S. Ellingon is reported as
convalescing after a successful opera
tion at the Millie Hale Hospital. She
is now at home to her freids.
See Curren and McClain, Meharry
Auditorium, April 20 In "Adrift."
A splendid assortment of Easter
Dress goods at very attractive prices.
J. H. FOREMAN,
11th and Jefferson.
Prof. J. F. Lane, Ph. D., President
of Lane College, Jackson, Tenn., was
In the city this week on business for
his school. He was entertained by a
number of his friends.
"Adrift," Meharry Auditorium, April
The Improvement Society met at
Farmer's Chapel on last Friday even
ing and program was as follows: Song,
"The Juvenile choir." Prayer, Rev. S.
x . Marrow. Song, the Choir. Min
utes of the previous meeting were
read and approved. Song, the choir.
Response from the word, "Kiss." Rec
itation, Minnie Boone. Chorus, ten
small girls, "Coming through the
rve." with Miss Waldeen Lee as ac
companist. Don'ts were read by Miss
Alice Morris. Vocal Solo, "Two little
Baby shone," Little Evelyn Womble,
with Mrs J. W. Evans accompanist.
Queries by Dr. C. M. Gloster, Instru
mental selection, Mrs. J. W. Evans.
Each number on the program was
verv pleasing. The vocal selection by
Evelyn Womble was sweetly rendered
oml .was forced to respond with an
I encore. The queries by Dr. Gloster
' were full of information and indeed
1 interesting. He hnd some questions
j that were of much interest to little
i folkts, others having the older or
! grown up deeply interested. Mrs.
I nub. whttelnw acted as secretary pro
, tem Mesdames Tommy Porter, OUie
1 Whitelow, Vashti Gloster avA Kate
! Evans were appointed to arrange the
I program for next Friday evening. Mr.
j C. J. Porter Is able president of this
1 society and the attendance is rapiaiy
growing under his leadersnip. un
iast Tuesday night about a quarter
. . .... "ttw r T 1r Tvona'
nst hwelve o'clock. Dr. J. W. Evans
hnrn was destroyed by fire. The
Patterson car was destroyed, the bug
gv badly burned, a quantity of corn
and hay and a number of useful arti
cles kept In same. The horse had a
narrow escape. For some time It was
feared that other property in the
neighborhood would be destroyed.
Through (the efforts of the many
friends who came to his rescue
fortunately ro other building caught
fire. Mr. "Wheeler Jones' residence
was somewhat damaged. The origin
of the fire is unknown. Dr. and Mts.
Evans feel very grateful to their many
Mends for assistance rendered. The
car was insured. The Parent-Teachers'
Association meets the second Thurs
day afternoon in this month, which
"ill be April the 12th. Don't forget
the date. Come and help make the
meeting a live and enthusiastic one
by your presence as welVas rain in
formation and inspiration. The Col
eridge Taylor Choral Club had a most
pleasant and interesting meeting on
'"st Wednesday with Mrs. Mary L.
Parr, the musical directress as the
charming hostess. - The meeting was
-..oo-l in the usual form. Mrs. Beu
lih Turner, the rresi-'ent presided.
After opening and a Bhort practice,
.'he reft of the t'me was most. P'e"-
m'lr snent. Tnls myelins was uuno
a business one. At the close or same,
. a UUBlllCBH UHU. -ww w- -,
H,ntv rerrP8hments were served.
Mrs. Ollie Whitelow was present, hav
ing ibeen out of the city two months
pochlng. The nexir meeting will be
with Mrs. C. J. Porter, the secretary.
Mrs. Minnie IMWim niva ui isiicwj
St., was called to Decatur, Ala., on
iivMo tr. tho hAfUMa of her
. . rt I - T M fll.sittV
l-rother. Mr. Lewis Erwln. who de-; On land and sea the story spread
parted this Ufe shortly after her aro-f his returning, holy sign,
rival. William, her attractive little' The iove lg lord 0.er aU tiie dead,
-n "B'B '."iThat out of darkness comes ttaa day,
home. Mr. Bennle Hayes joined nis , .
wife on Saturday evening. Miss
Johnnie Wills has gone to St. Louis,
Mo., for an extended trip with Ml-.
ir.1 Mlrs. Lewis Taylor. Mrs. Taylor
is Miss Willis' sister. Mr. H. H. Ser
Tette, on of the Insurance, agents,
Of course a new pair for
Easter they are here in
Russian, Patent & Gunmetal.
spent the week-end in Newbern,
Tenn., his former home on business.
Mr. E. B. Journette an insurance agent
of Bells was the welcome guest of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Porter on last Fri
day evening. Miss Hattie Bond has
gone to St. Louis, Mo. ,for an extend
ed trip. Dr. Samuel Lewis is conva.
lesclng but is not able to be out. Mr,
Erma Taliferro, while at his work at
the Oil Mill, received a painful ac
cldent on last Friday afternoon. Alma,
the attractive little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Talliferro, recelvel
a painful yet not serious accident re
cently, spraining her arm. Mr. John
Hess, who has been In the city since
the death of "his wife, returned to his
home in Chicago on Monday of ihis
week. Mr. Johnnie Lee accampanled
Mr. Hess to the "Wisdy City" for fut
ure resident. Miss Marlon Puckett has
returned home after two weeks pleas
antly spent in Humboldt, Tenn. Mr.
Alsie D. Owen is convalescing, not
able to be out. Mrs. Birdie Serrette
and children are out after recent ill
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Cleave Williams
spent the week-end most pleasantly
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
I. Irving. Mr. Wayne Turner, a pros
perous planter, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week in Memphis
William and A. D. Hogg Anderson,
boy, 927 Vernon.
James and Sallie Clark Burrus, boy,
Earston and Hazel Cowan Ferguson,
boy, 923 11th Ave., N.
Geo. I. Moorman and Mattie Moore,
1504 Tearl stroet
Jim Waggoner and Maria Lee
Vaughn. 032 Horner.
Wm. D. McKay and Bettle Christ
man. 310 Cotton Ave.
Clarence Bell and Mary Branch,
1309 Cedar street.
Albert Brooks and Maggie Bailey,
1114 Jo Johnston Avenue.
Frank Rhodes and Belle Harding,
1307 Pearl street.
Jim Buchanan and Emma McEwen,
618 4th Ave., S.
Charlie Nixon and Georgia Ridley,
25 Crockett street.
John Ray and Frankie Johnson,
134 10th Ave., N.
Edith Miller, 27 1212 14th ave., S.
Aleste Sneed, C8, 917 McCampbell.
Sol Copeland, 3, Pittsburg, Pa.
Geo. W. Rucker, 6, five miles 011
John House 38, City Hospital.
Eliza Thompson, 89, 903 Seventh
Pearl Hayes, 21, City Hospital.
Maggie Watkins, 38, rear 502 16th
John D. Hooten, 2 mo., 217 First
Addle Smalley, 30, rear 704 Ewing.
Harriet Davis, 75, 1628 12th Ave.,
Infant of John and Lucinda Jen
kins. 7 days, 515 10th Ave., S.
Laura M. Cooper, 5 months, 909 9th
Ave., N. ,
Rachel Louis, 50, 605 Pllcher Ave.
AT EASTER. I
The snows have faded from the hills
As fades the gloom from weary
A world of musfc haunts the rills
While leaf and flower attend theli
Of ancient beauty unsurpassed.
Lo! everywhere the hand of God
A dauntless. spell of hope has cast
To stir from brain of man to sod.
S!ng! little streams, as ne'er you
And flaunt, ye blossoms gaily clad'
No bloom today should drooping hang,
Forgotten are all memories' sad.
The grave has lost its victory
And death its immemorial sting.
Lift up, O man, your eyes and see
The ChrlHt, and at his rising sing!
Gone nre the doubts and gone the
feurs, , .
Supernal brightness fills all space;
Hushed are the sighs and dried the
Ancellc ranture marks each face.
jMU8 wh() knew tlie bitter cross
And all the' darkness of the tomb
Has crowned with life what seemed
Has filled with light our path
his name, the Prince
That out of sorrow gladness
Chant, songsters! Lillies, be ye gay!
Love canopies with heavenly wings.
ITattle L. Bramlette.
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Minnehaha Club never disappoints.
You can always count on them to do
just what they say and more. This
time it has the best play they have
ever given. It is a play of three
acts and four scenes. It carries a
cast of thirty-live with, twelve speak
ing characters. The cast includes
Puritan men and maidens, sailors,
soldiers, Indians and squaws in cos
tumes worth over one hundred and
fifty dollars. Two other important
characters taking part are Mr. D.
Irving, who is the Indian Chief, and
Mr. D. Robertson, who plays the role
of Elder. For something different
and entirely in a class by itself In
the way of a show this play can't be
.beat. The Meharry Orchestra, the'
best in the city, will render the
music. Beautifhl costumes, spicy dl-
aloeue. brand hew furniture, excel
lent orchestra all for your pleasure.
Half of lower floor of Bijou reserved.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
There will be Easter services at
the First Baptist Church, East Nash
ville, Sunday. There will be sun
rise prayer-meeting from 5:30 a. m.,
to 6:30 a. m. Go-to-Sunday School
ay will be observed at 9:30 a. m.,
at which time more than two hundred
persons are expected to be present
and study the Sunday school lesson.
At 11:00 a. m., the pastor, Rev. W
S. Ellington will preach, taking as
his subject "The Risen Christ." The
choir will render a special program
of Easter music. "The ABcended
Lord" will be the subject of Rev.
Ellington's discourse at night.
CALANT1IES OF NASHVILLE,
All Matrons of the Courts of Ca-
lantho are asked to have all Juve-
l!p of their Courts present at tne
Pythian Temple, Fifth avenue, N.,
Tuesday afternoon, April ju, iaiY. at.
3:30 o'clock. Brig. Gen. Preston
Taylor will organize a Cadet Corps
of the boys and Miss Ella Hendr.v
will form a Physical Culture Class
of the girls. Kindly have 'all
Pvthian Juveniles present, ram or
Yours in F. H. & L.,
EMMA JOE COCKRILL, S. M.
. GORDONSViILLE. .
The public school closed with Us
second session under the guidance of
Prof. O. E. S. Payne of Carthage with
much credit. The exercises were as
nice as could he for the occasion. Prof.
Payne spared no pains to make it a
success. In the midst of the down-
nour of rain, tfie ' ipeople filled the
school building, both white and color-
T ed. The Rev. Wm. Neal spoke to the
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Nasbvillf. linn. :
school and parents. Subject, "An Iron
will." He appealed to each scholar
to grasp hold with the will to get a.
thorough education. He mentioned
several men who had the will to sue
ceed and Who succeeded in getting an
education, which have resulted In the
uplift to the race. Mr. J. R. S. Wnit
ley spoke to the mothers and fathers
along the lines of assisting the teach
er to better keep the children to reach
the high mark in life. Mrs. Wm. E.
Neal, the wife of the Rev. Wm. Neal,
pastor of the M. E. Church was called
to Memphis to the .bedside of her
mother, who after a few days illness
departed this life and was laid to rest
t naiiruxmv. rust. 28 miles from Mem
phis. We the members and friends
of 'the Methodist church sympathize
with Sister Neal In the loss of her
mother. Wte all bear a part of grief
with her. It Is the will of our great
Creator to take her mother and at
some day we all must appear. Sister
Neal can meet her mother again.
Signed The members of the M. E.
Church and the members of the C. P.
C. and Friends. Sunday, March 25th,
the services at the M. E. Church were
well attended, the pastor preached
two able sermons. The text at the
morning service, John 14:9; "Jesus
saith unto him I am the word." At
night he used as text, 1 Sam. 17:29,
"And Davis said, what have I now
done." He made a lasting Impression
on the hearers.
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