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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 13, 1917.
ANOTHER VICTORY FOR THE ME
. TOKAS AND GALEDAS.
The Metoka-Galeda Organization
cored another victory when on last
Sunday evening, the Tabernacle Bap
ti8t Church or which Rev. H. M. Burns
1b pastor,, unturned the banner and
re vealed to his young people the nec
essity of co-operating with the organ
ized class work. Rev. Bums has in
-his Sunday school a large number of
Intelligent and enthusiastic young
men and wimen, and the Metoka and
Galeda workers feel It lndeen a vic
tory to have them join in with hearty
support of the work.
The National officers present to as
sist in the organization were Pev. J.
A. Sharp, superintendent of Sunday
School, Teacher-Training and Miss h.
U. Chambers, Secretary of the Na
tional Galedas and editor of the Me-toka-Galeda
Magazine. Rev. Sharp
waB Introduced by the pastor to take
charge of the B. Y. P. U. services; he
discussed fully the subject: "Equip
ment for Christian Service," after
N which he introduced Miss Chambers
to take charge In her own way the
Metoka and Galeda work. Miss
Chambers has made a special study
of organized Bible class work and
gave in full the many valiys gained
by having such classes in the Sunday
schools. A portion of the 6th chap
ter of the Acts was read, following the
reading of the Metokaaleda Consti
tution which' was very carefully out
lined and fully explained to the peo
ple of the church.
Rev. Burns served as temporary
Chairman and the following young
people were elected as officers :
Metokas, Mr. Robt. Williams, Presi
dent; Mr. George Moton, Vice Presi
dent; .Mr. Sam Turner, Secretary;
Mr, Henry Martin, Treasurer.
Galedas: Miss Katie O. Walker,
President; Miss Viola Vincent, Vice
President; Miss Allen Rutledge, Sec
retary, Miss Nellie Weakley, Treas
urer. The committees woll be appointed
at a later date and the young people
have pledged themselves with the co
operation of their a
, . . , . ""Jtwi cwiu Buyer-
intendent to do more larger and wider
Tt, VZ 7 V? n,eld of Christian activ
lty and to fall in iHronf n .u
58Lm0Vvem.ent ln Mplnj Nash-
....w uo a, uetter nasnville.
MRS. A. J. SCRUGGS SERIOUSLY
'Mrs. A. J. Scruees wit .
f'f f f' the Pable headwaiter,
at the Union Station, is seriously ill
t her home, 908 Pearl Street, (with
ZZZ " ' ' . '.s- S.CTS'a many
io nopmg ror her a speedy
2 ? ,n dee apathy
Miss AUce V. White delighfully en-
..uuiiBu ner Sunday scliool class
3 V A?T t her home on
Tenth street. Various games and an
?u,ltwere enjoyed by all, after
" reiresiimenw were served
.Misses N. B. Allison and I. M. White
fl t1,MisS Wllite ln entertaining
v n 7t' w,' were Kate ami,
- uiuuuui, Eunice woods, Torn.
.o wiison, james Vaughn, Eliza
Reaves, uougiass and Richard Tip
mil, uiarenoe T-ockhm-t u j
White, Latelle Jennings 'and Willis
NEGRO PUBILC LIBRARY.
oiory nour- a srorv.tfiiw tm
Peabody Normal will have charge of
me young people s story Hour Satur
day. Story games will be played with
the smaler children. Story hour closes
xne last baturday in May for the
ouiiiuier. iou can't afford to mlas
any now. The Bethlehem House con
ducts a story hour every Sunday at
Those Interested in gardening con
suit the library.
rtoura z to 9:00 P. M. daily. Closed
on Wednesdays. Sundays 2 to 8 P. M
ihe public is cordialy invited to use
ine norary at all times.
me stories ror April will be
Spring stories. The ladies teling
etories this month wll be Misses
Plagg, and Grisham. A Forward
wuest gin and a Peabody Normaf
. We have had added to the volume a
, iiumoer or Negro books.
. t. KNOWLEDGE IS TOWER.
If you want to fce felt in this world
and serve humanity better, get your
' head full of knowledge. Be on your
job and you will be in demand. The
Negro Public Library can asist you
along this" line. Come and be con
vinced, if you have not registered
don't put it off any lon'eer.
(March, there were over 12,000 peo
ple ai .me library. We circulated in
the home 529 books. Circulated in
me reaamg room 492.
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mrs. a. j. Hadley 1611 Jefferson St.,
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plexions, removes all blemishes
, and causes the skin to grow
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Chicago for a few years.
The reports of the pastor and
ministers were very Inspiring. Pas
tors D. B. Butler for Mt. Ararat,. J.
T. Tunstul, North 6th St., I. S. Davis,
Brentwood, JJ. A. Brown, Mt. Zion,
Dr. C. H. Clark, Mt . Olive, H. M.
Burns, of Tabernacle, J. L. Harding,
Third Avenue, J. B. Ridley, of Hope
well, C H. Lewis. Rev. S. S. Cumby
of the First Baptist Church, Colum
bia, is assisting Rev. J. L. Harding in
revival, at the Third Avenue church.
Rev. A. J. James of Pulasky, is as
sisting Rev. J. lA. Brown in revival at
Mt. Zion church. Rev. M. D. Batson
wll assist Rev. Weakley .at Mt. Beth
el. Rev. H. Jr, Burns is assisting
Rev. H. A. Alfred in his revival at
Mt. Nebo. Sunday the pastors are re
quested to observe the memorial of
Sister Joanna P. Moore. All the pas
tors are requested to be present
next Monday in order to outline plans
for the entertainment of National
Congress that will be the guests of
our city in June. The president de
sires to se the face of the following
pastors who were absent last Monday:
Revs. A. W. Porter, H. A. Alfred, D.
A. Weakley, G. B. Taylor, S. Saubble
fteld, j. slaughter, J. C. Fields. J. C.
S. Ellington, W. H. Wlhittakier, W. J.
narding, a. Philips, G. B. Bolden, W.
Baugus, N. T. Stoner, C .C. Roland,
J. H. Graham and E. J. Jackson.
SOME NECRO COMMISSIONED
LIEUT. T. A. FR1E-RSON,
U. S. A., with the 9 th. Cavalry.
MAJ. W. H YOUNG, U. S. A.,
A gmduate of West Point, wno is
hold in high " esteem.
dr: r. c. patton coming.
It has been duietly rumored around
the city that Nashville is to be favor
ed with another Modern and Up-to-
ate Dental Parlor. It is to be open
I ed by Dr. R. C. Patton. a graduate of
i Meharry Medical College of 1916.
While Dr. Patton was, in the city at-
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SCliOOL FOtt TEACUEHS
1 1 TUUU JULY 20. 1U17
tending Meharry, he was a well
known church worker and was con
nected with many religious organiza
tions. He is a printer by profession,
In opening his office here, Dr. Patton
declares that he will feel more at
home in Nashville, and plans to have
all the modern equipments that go
iwith dentistry.- At present he is at
PROF. LANE MAKING GOOD.
"There are some big men who have
succeeded in rearing sons, worthy of
their hire, who have proven a credit
to their race, and who have followed
in the foot-steps of their parents in
doing good things," were the remarks
made several weeks ago by a promi
nent man of Nashville, in reference,
especially to Prof. J. T. Lane, A. M.,
Ph. D., of Jackson, Tenn. He saw
Prof. Lane in close conversation with
another young man of the city and
was forced to make these remarks
and he proceeded to say something
that young Mr. Lane stood for. He is
presiden'of Lane College, one of the
best known Educational Institutions
in the city. An Institution that has
worked itself into the very heart of
the people of West Tennessee. He is a
farmer, a laborer, a professional man
and a man without a vocation. He is
a product of Walden University, a
post-graduate of several other schools
of high standing, the son of Bishop
Isaac Lane, a Bishop in the seat of
the church in point of years. Prof.
Lane has made an enviable record.
THREE BAPTIST REVIVALISTS.
Since the season or revivals opened
up, Nashville has been complimented
in having a number of noted preachers
conducting these revivals. While all
of the churches haven'h sent away to
get -ministers, many of the pastors
conducted their own services. There
are in the city three well known
preachers who are here to conduct re
vival services. They are Revs. S. S.
Cumby, D. D., of Columbia, Tenn., M.
D. Batson, D. D. of Columbia, Tenn.
and J. J. James of Athens, Tenn.
Each of these is to hold services in
three well known churches, and it is
said that they will be in the city for
ten days or more. The revivals have
already closed at the First Baptist
Church, East Nashville, at Pleasant
Green Baptist Church, Jefferson
street and Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
Cedar Street. The churches that are
now holding their meetings, generally
hold theirs later in the spring.
MADAM C. J. WALKER OOMING.
It was learned this week from
authentic sources, that Madam C. J.
Walker formerly of Indianapolis, Ind.,
but with hearquarters ln New York
City would be In Nashville on April
18th. Madam Walker is scheduled to
deliver a lecture on "The Negro
Woman In Business." It is to be
given at Meharry Medical
She is known more than any other
woman of the race because of the ad
vance steps she has taken in the
manufacturing world. Then .too It is
known that she has given largely to
missions and education. Several
years ago it is said that she gave
money to establish a school in Africa,
putting up the caslvto erect the build
ings and furnishing them. Great pre
parations are already under way for
her entertainment. It is understood
that a program with'speciaj music will
CITY ITEM. .
Mrs. Sadie Smith of Chicago, III.,
v ho has leen in Nashville since she
brought the remains of her brother.
Mr. Sliedrick Jo!ner, here for inter
ment, 'will leave the city Saturday
to take up her residence once mora
in Chicago. Mrs. Smith, has a ..host
of friends in Nashville where- she
was reared. Her brother, Shedrlck
Joiner, who died in Chicago and
was buried in Nashville on the 11th
of last month,' was also well known
and was a student at Pearl High
School nnd was also a member of
Tyree Lodge K. of P.
Mr Carnade Whitley and little
son, Robert Rhea, of Lebanon, has
returned home after a two' weeks'
via't to Mrs. Whitley's sister, Mrs.
Waiter Talley. of North Nashville.
While Mrs. Whltely was in the city
her" husband, Mr.' Carnade Whitley,
also her father-in-law, Mr. G. A.
Whitley, all of Lebanon, were th
guests of Mrs.. Walter. Talley. ,
at OUt aapttst Cfcmk Rt. C
. CUrk, D. D, Putor. iumriM m.jt
KhUic; 8am4r saiil. a. m.;
WTiM U:t a. m. mi l:M p. bl;
Oaauaulaa iry lit u4r, l:tt P
a.; Pr&Tr ut TaMkar bmUbc
Ti4r 'hti PraacbUt Tbara7
Mlfbt. PbU DoBflMa. Caurak Clark.
a a a
Kara tlMM RatUt rkarek HIT
Imm Ava. lwMr aekoal I U a. m.;
mttIom UJtt a. at. a t U p. bl;
arayar asaatlaa; Taaatar alt; Taaah
anr a&aatu. mar alkt Ura. kuttla
aaaaaaaa. Okarak Clark.
rarat fti Cfcaraa, Baa Vaakvtna.
W. a Wlaa-taa, raatar. ts-
aakaal a, ax; praaaajaf T1:M
aa I a 1 s. ax: ararar aaaHar,
' atrht: Clmlt raka&raal
airat: Taaakita aUailac
a a a
lraaa Uaaat BaMbt Ckarak. JUr
JTa. Baraaa, faaur. Kaaaaf aal
- : saaaaata IuUt li: a
. aac litt at. alaa Tkaraisr kiskt
raarar MaaUac TaaaAar alckC
UUr a TaUar-M A
awtaaaaa. D. D.. rutw.
taaa.r li.lt a. at. aaa !: a. avi ftaa
aa7 aa,aa4 t:tl a. a.; aaat raaaaraal
Waaaiaaala auM rik.Mk 1 mi
mU t JL It B.raa, . D, Paatar. I
5f. ? at :!; aanrleaa -lay
Ujll a. bl aa !: a. ax; Tkara
! !- C. malar.
Taaaara aaatlaf Wa4aa4a7 Bleat,
aiaaUai- Taaalar al(at; Cbalr
taaaajraat rr!4jr alht LaM'a upr
WsraaaH. aaraa Clark.
Nwal BatUt-8taTaai Bt. Caraar
Balaca. Iar Bahaal 1:11 a. a.;
arrleaa 11 a. m. aad 1:11 a. bl Bun
iaja; prarar maatlnf Tuaaday nlhti.
raablat- Tauraday nlchta; earamun
lam aarrlaaa avarr flrit Buaday. Rav. O.
B. Tarlar, S. D., Paatar; Ulia rieranca
araatt. apartataDdant Sunday Bohoal.
...T1"!."--ln4 8- n Nalam.
fill Plka. Sunday Schoal M a. ra.:
raaeklac 11 a. m. and I p. m. R.t
. Taaatull, Jr., Paatar.
lit eaa, BT. W. NaaaTUla-flanlay
afcaal 1:11 a. m.; larvlcaa 11 a. at. and
!. oaaday; oammuntaa aarvloaa
vary rt Baaday. Ray. H. A. Alfred.
B1 Clawatt, Suparintaa
aaad Bmaaaa- Bcaaol.
Mt Elaa Jaffarian Straet, Car. 11th
AVa.. N. Blinav Ri.hAM I'll - .
araacklnt 11 a. m. and I p. ra. Bundaya'
Ray. J. A. Brown, Paator; Mr. H. Coles.
auperiBienaent Sunday Bchool.
Patrteld Sunday School 1:80 a. m.;
arrloea 11 a. m. and I p. a 8undayi;
sammunlon aervlcea every Drat Sun
ajt. Ray. J. It Sutton. Paator. J. R
Oaruthera, Suparlntendant Sunday
Narth Sixth Strcat. Baat NaaavUla.-.
sunaay scnooi :io a. m.; aaryloM 11
a. ra. and I p. m. Bundaya; Communion
vary nrat Sunday. Rev. Joaeph Tun
IUk City Sunday School 1:10;
arTioaa 11 a. m. ana I p. m. Bundaya:
arayer maetinK Tuesday nljhti;
rahtn Thuraday nirnta. Ray. A.
W. Vfllaon, Pastor.
BairUaa St Sunday School 1:10 a
ax; aervlcea 11 a. m and t p. m. Bun
laye; weakly meeting Wedaaaday
and Friday; communion aerrleea every
Iret Sunday. Rev. J. C. Harding, Paa
tor; M. Bheffleld.
Lake ProTldMea End of Malena
rtlla Pike. Sunday School I: It a. m.;
praaehlns aervlcea 11 a. m. and I. p
m.; Kev. F. 8. Swift, Pastor. 1013 Joe John
e -e e
Cumberland Talley Baptlat Chareh.
-ujiUjr School 1:11 a. m.; preaaklag
arvlcaa 11 a. m. and 1p.m. Ray. Iaaa
Tlia St. John Baptist Church,
Pearl street between lira and 12th
avenues. Sunday school at 9:30.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Covenant meeting every first Sun
Prayer meeting every Tuesday
Teachers' meeting, Wednesday
Preaching every Thursday night
Bro. A. Drown, Superintendent
Bro. J. A. Turner, Clerk
Aatloch lift! Archer Street. Sun
lay School 1:10 a. m.; preaoklne; aery
'eea 11 a. m. and lp.ni Bundaya. Rev.
. W. Davis, Paator.
Flrat Street Baptlat Chunk. near
rirat 8t Sarvlcea Sunday 11 a. ra.,
p;."!; Sl Sunday; g p. m. Sunday
algnt S. 8. Stubberdeld, Paator.
rirat BaptUt, Brentwood Sunday
School 9:So a. m.; church aervlcea 11
a. m. and I p. m. No paator.
Ht Arrca Baptlat Charcav Rer. D.
.Butler, Paator. Sunday Soheol
1:10 a. m.; services 11 a. m. and 7:10
a. m. O. W. Drake, Supt.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday nlnlit. Preaching
ThUrHdflV n'lzht I'Atnmnnlnn au.ru lr.a.
Sunday night. '
Clifton Avenue Baptlat Chorea. Rev.
Johnaon Graham, Paator.
Shlloh Baptlat Church Rolling- Mill
BUll. Rev. C. C. Roland, Paator.
Tenth Avenue Bnptlat Church Rey.
B. Hog-gina, Paator. Bervleea 11 a. at.
and I p. m.; Sunday Bohool 1:41 a, av
a a a
Mt. .View BaptUt Church Rev. W.
P. Ball, Paator.
Mt Bethel, Baat Naahvllle. Sunday
Bohool 1:80 a. ra.; aervlcea 11 a. m. and
I p. m. Sundays; aervlcea Tuesday and
Thursday nlghls. Rev. D. A. Weakley, as
tor: Mr. W. O. Randolph, Buna ln
Undent Sunday School.
Mt. CaWary, Baat Naahvlllev Sun
day School 9:30 a. ni; preaching 11 a.
m. and I. p. m. Bandays; communion
ervlcea every flrat Sunday. No paator.
Zloa Baptlat, Baat Naahvtlle. Sun
lay School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Bundaya; communion
aervlcea every first Sunday. Rev Joseph
(Cell. Pastor: Prof. A. A. Bennett, Supt.
a a a
Free Silver Plan Mlanloa Sunday
School at 9:80 a. m.; preaching 11 a.
m. and 8:80 p. m. Sundays; communion
ervlcea every flrat Sunday. Rev. Jan.
C. Haynes. Paator; Mr. H. Clay Mc
Henry, Supt. Sunday Bchool.
Went Nashville. Sunday School 9:10
a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and g p. m.;
Tuesday night prayer services; Wed
neaday night preaching: communion
ervlcea every first Sunday. Rev. I. C.
Sherron. Pastor; Mr. Q. H. Williams,
Superintendent Sunday School.
Mt. Ollead, S. Bill Street Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev. N. T.
Stoners, Pastor; Mr.. P. O. Buchanan.
. Pilgrim Emanuel. Sunday School
1:30 a. m.; preaching 11 a. in. and 8:80
p. m. Sundays. Mr. J. Tl. Burt Superin
tendent Sunday School. Rev. A. Phil
Roarer Wllllnma University Campna.
Sunday School 9:80 a. m.; B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m.; Dr. A. M. Townsend, President;
1v. J. R, Evans, Dean.
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Dr. F. UAaVM KvJOf C0.b'
rMr itaptl. 101 Laaila BtraaL
Sunday School 10 a. m. : prearhlna
aervlcea U a. m aad I p. m. Rev. Q.
B. Bolden, Paator.
a a a
Baaa StreeC Sundky Bchool 1:11 a.
m. praachlng sarvlcea 11 a, as. and
I p. m. Bundaya. Rev. W. Baiguaa.
ntutmth Aveaae BaptUt Charaau
I0 lath Ave.. N. Rev A. W. Partar.
Pastor. Sunday Bchool 1:10 a. m.:
aervlcea 11 a. m. and T:I0 p. m.: Thnra
day nlvht: prayer meeting Tuaaday
nle-Mr Choir rehearsal Friday night.
Third Avaaaa n a a tl at Charra. III
Ird Ave.. N. Rev. J. U Hardies", D. D..
Pastor. Sunday School 1:10 a. m ; sarv.
'raa 11 a. m. aad I p. m. ; B T. P. V.
I p. m.; prayer anaatlar Taaaday Bight;
Choir- rahaaraal Tharaday Bight.
Plaaaaat Oi-e Vaatlst r
Rev. J. C. Flelda. B. D.. Paator. Baaday
School l:ta a. m.: aarvleaa 11 a. m.
and I p. m ; prayer meatlag Taaaday
night; Teachers oeetinr aat Chair ra
baaraal Friday night T:ll. T. Dfher
eon, Chnroh Clerk.
Malfalry HrlL 11th Ave., IT. aaay
Bcheel 1:11; praaehlag 11 a. as. aad I
p. ra. SuBdayt. Sarvleaa twtaa a vaak.
. fiv. ft t or
a e e
St. lake, Irreet.. Banday
1 : a. m.: praaahlng il:t a. sn.
aad I p. at. Bundaya. e
a a e
Bethel PHaUttve. Baa lay sUkaol
t:M a. at.; Praaahla aervtaal llM a
sa. aad I p. bl Buadar.
a a a
Mt. Mariah. lltT ilaisla BC Baa
day SehMl t:ll a. at
laas 11:11 a. at. and I p. as.
Sunday 80 a eel 9:11
11:11 a. bl aad 8 p.
Rev. W. WUon, Paster
The TJaitrd Prlaalatv sUajttat
.va.( a. wtr. wain ,
day seheel 9:81 a. bl; proa,ekla 11:1
a. nt. and I p. m. Puataya.
a a a
Wea NaahvlUa- Snaday Bahaal 9:M
a. ra.; preaching 11:31 a. bl aad T4
n. m.: nravar meeting Thareaar alarht
at. sal rnaaiava- imm aaaaa
meets every Baaday ivasasg
e'elook. Uagkt by amaha Bitjla
dersoa, Bvery eae la taveaaa aaeat
ue The Baaday Bah eat aaaa
Bnadav Bwralag at BHM. Bai
dsat Rev. a T. Daaglsaa.
vhla Maaderaaa- .Ft s a ahhl
11:11 a. ax aad I p. ra. avary Baaday
mamlaa asdar Ue aaa aloes of aader
A. M. E. ZION
HILLS CHAPEL CHURCH Cor. Lewis and
Short. Sunday School 9 s. m. Pretchinf 11 1, m.
9 D. m.. Sundays. Rev. Z. W. HI 1, Pastor.
Zloa Church iaaday I ahead. Hewer
ton Aveaue, near Fifth. Baaday ear?
tees 11 a. m. aad 7:11 p. as.
Holy Family-! 41 Third Avenue M
Sunday aarvloes 19:81 a. as. Ray.
Father Plunkett, Prlaat
Hollaeasv 108 Twelfth Aveaua, N.
Sunday services 11:89 a. m. aad 1 9-
SEVENTH BAY ADVENTIST
Rider J. O. Daaant, Paster.
Bohool (Saturday) at 9:il
preaching at 11:11 a. as.; preaeklag
ssrvtoag ovary Kaaday svaalag at I
o'eleok, preeeaded By aeog aarrloa,
(Doetrlaal sahjacts are dSaaaaed at
this hour); missionary ateetlag avary
fouth Sabbath at 11:11 a. at.; prayer
meeting Wednesday e veal as at 1:41
fallowed by ebelr practise. All are
Howard Ceagreratloaal Charch.
12th Avenue N. Bear Charon. Bervlaes
Sunday 11 a. m. and I p, m.; Baaday
School 9:80 a. m.; oonaaualoa every
1st Sunday 11 a, m.; prayer maetlag
Wedneeday night. Ulae Pranced Banka,
Church Clark. T. K. Brooaleld, Paster,
Calaa, Bisk University Canyia.
Preaching aervlcea at 11 a. nt. foUarw
ed by Sundsy School, Y. It. 0. A. aad
C. B. meetings it I l m.; nalsaloB
Sunday Bobael I p. ra,; prayer meetlag
Wednesday at f:tl p. nt. J. N. HaakaU,
Pastor; P. A. McKanale, Presldeat;
Rev. O. W. Morrow, Dean; J. T. Fair
a a e
SI Mary's Chapel lull Twelfth
Avenue, N. Sunday School 9:19 a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; T. P. B. C ., I
St, Andrews Preshytarlaa Chareh.
Cor. 8th-Ave. and Gay atraot Rev. B.
Jackson, Minister. Tolephoao K. till.
Sunday School 9:19 a, m.; lerylaaa 1:10
a. m., 11 a. m. and 1:10 p. m.; prayer
services Thursday 7:10; choir rahaaraal
Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
Church open dally.
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The Chnroh of tha Llvlag God 114
tth Ave., a (c w. f. fJrov. vr. a.
Bowen, Pastor. Sunday Bohool 1:11 a.
m.; services 11 a. m. and T:ll p. m.;
Thursday I p. nt.; Willing Workers
Club Tuesday I p. m.; Ladles 8. S. CI as
Thursday 4:80 p. m.; Y. P. P. Club
Sunday 4:81 p. at.
Lane Taheraaele. Spring St. Baa
day School 9:80 a. m.; praaahlac 11:11
a. m. and I p. ra. Bpworth League
meeting at 1:11 p. m.; Prayer maetlag
every Wednesday at I tTcleek.
Phllllpa ChapeL S Wharf Ave. Baa
day Bohool 9:10 a. m.; C. . LaasTao
7 p. m.; Class njaetlng Taaaday alght;
Bbble Class Wednesday might.
Capers Chayel. Church St Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and I p. to.; Snaday
School 9:30 a. m.; C. B. Laagaa T p. bl;
Tuesday night, elaaa meetlag; Wedaaa
day I p. so., Bible elaaa.
Church ed the Holy Trial ty. Bwlag
Avenue and Sixth Aveaaa 8. The Rev.
Elmer M. M. Wright, Priest la Charge.
Celebratlm and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon II a. m.; Sunday Behojol 1:39
a. m. Evening Song end Sermon
P. m. A church? with welcome to all.
Clark Hemerlak 301 Franklin R,
Sunday School 9:30 a. m; Sunday services'-
11 a. m. and 7:39 D. m. Rev. W. K.
Stephens, Paator. Mr. K. T. Orooa,
Clerk; Prof. T. B. Hardlaaa, Baporla-
tendent of Sunday School.
Braden Chanel, 70S Gaorkla St. Sun.
day Bervleea 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m.
Rev. W. K. Mitchell, Pastor.
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Gordon Chapel. Herman St., near
near Prospect Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. no. Kev. J. W. Batter
Hubbard's Chanel. Trim'ble B. W.
Cor. K. Hill. Sunday services 11 a. m.
and 7:b0 p. m. Kev. J. P Price, D. D
Pastor. Mr. Mayfield. Superintendent
of Sunday Scheel.
Seay'e Chapel Qreea street, "eer.
Fairfield. Sunday servlees 11 a. am.
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. D. T. Sarah, D.
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Elevsath Aveaaa BL BV Okarak, 1
Sarvloas 11 a. m. and I a, bl; Baaday
Bchool 9:41. B. M. Brayhera PmaWr.
Theaapeoa Cbaped. Waldaa Cat var
sity Caaapaa, 4ruaday Babool 1:99 a.
m.; preaehlng 11 a.(ra. prayer aervleea
7 p. ra. Baaday; University eerrlaee at
the Meharry Aadltorlam on the second
8anday of eaeh month, 11 a, at. Ren
White, JX U, Presldeat.
Laa Avaaaa ChrtaHaa Charaav T
Lea Aveaaa. Sarvted Baaday 11 a
m. and I p. at. Baaday Bakl 1:1
a. m. Teuag PaepU's Chrlatlaa adaa.
vor Raolaty Baaday evaalasT at T:M p.
m. Prayer aaaallag Wadaaeday sight
Wder FrarUa Taviar. PaMar.
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ay Bawat OasaTtUia CtiaiTh Elder
r. J. Santa. Paatar. Sarvleaa 11 a. m.
aad I p. an.: Saafay Sahaal 11:10;
WllllaaT Worker Clah every Tharaday
aigat; rulers Aia aaeiery avary rn
day Bight a J. Ckaadlar, Clerk.
WMlaw Street & Bill. S. W. Caraar
Flrat Avaaaa. Saaday servtoaa T:ll 9-
Charah at ChrUt. Charlette and
41th Aveaua Narth.
AFWCAN MElflONST EPISCOrAl
aehaallta Avenue B. Baaday
eervteea 11 a. as. aad I p. aa.: Baaday
Beaasl 1:11 a. aa.; Christian aadeavar
aaeotlag t p. as.: olaae. and prayer
teat tar Tharaday sight. Rev. B. J.
e e e
Trlaltv A. M. K. Sunda School a 30a. m.
B p. m. Kev. w. U owell, Faster.
llaaVl BUva Tar, a lira
taahay aarvtaaa 11 a. as. aad I p. sa.;
9:11 a. sa.: ahHaalaa
ver 7 p. bl; olaaa naaetivat Taaa
day Bight; prayer aaaetlag Tharaday
SlgkL aUv. K . BtAalerd, PmUt.
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It. Lake, rtral Staaai. W. aahvlU.
Snaday aarvtaaa 11 a. m. aad I p. na;
Baaday aahaal 1:11 a. m.; Chrlatlaa
ndaavar lam, Rev. Jaaea K. Child-
lalsaa. Cor. 4th Avanne. North aad
Buchanan Bt Sunday senrloea 11 a.
m. and I p. m.; Sunday School 9:81 a.
ra.; Chrlatlaa Endeavor 1 p. ra.; elaas
meeting Tkuraday night; prayer meet
lag Tuesday night Rev. Jl. WkltvarU,
Seevel Street. 1718 Scovel street.
Sunday aervlcea 11:30 a. m. and I p.
m.; Sunday Soheol 9:10 a. m.: ChrlaUaa
Hndaavor 7 P. m.; class msetlng Thurs-
ilev. W. A. Anderson, Pas-
Payaea CaapoL Cor. 7th aad Win
ter sta. Buaday aervloos 11 a. BL aad
8 p. ra.; Buaday School 9:80 a. ta.;
Christian Bhsdsavar 7 p. m.; elaaa meet,
ing Thuraday alght: prayer maetlag
Taaaday alght. may. 1. B. Jeaasaa,
D. D., Paatar.
St Jasaea, sUoretawa Buaday sarv
leaa 11 a. m. and I p. m.; Sunday
Bohool 9:80 a. m.; Christian Badeaver
1 p. m. Rav. a U Jaekeem, Pastor.
St Joka Charaa. Caraar 8th Ave..
N. aad Cedar Street Rev. S. H. Basith,
Pastor. Baaday School 1:11 a. sa.)
preaehlng 11 a. ta. and I p. bl; A. C
. Laagaa 7 p. ra.; elaas meeting Tuaa
day evening I p. m.
St Paal Chareh -Cer. 4th Ave.. B.
aad Franklin St Rev. BL L. P. Jones,
Paster. Buaday Behoel 1:11 a. ra.;
aervleea 11 a. n aad 7:10 P. so.; A. C
. Lmtdi 1:11 p. ra.; Trustee Beard
1st Monday alght; Steward Board
every Friday alght: elaaa taeetlag
Thnraday night; Stewardess meetlag
every Tuaaday I p. m.; choir rehearsal
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St. Phllllpa, Mt Hebe. (Texas).
Sunday services 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m.;
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.; Christian
Endeavor 7 D m.: class msettng Thara
day alght Rav. M. U Bpaara, Paatar.
St. Poter A. M. FJ. Charch-4 miles
on the Whit Creek Pike. 8unday
school 9:90 a. ra.; preaching 11:80 a.
m.; Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.;
oreachlng 8 p. m. Rev. James L, Mar
Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m.t Sunday School 9:80 a
m.; class meeting Friday night.
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ing Board .
R.. H. BOYD. D. D., Sec'y
523 2nd Ave.. N. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Suit cost mNothlnf
Abo trot altit Embleaa
Button trmm, showinf cdt Rank
in toira. rruLkinaT Miiiibsb.
I iatrotloce th Society to f rveoiM.
tret them to join. lt'i7mDd moth
for my spevra Utom,
trot my trBTBj tVautirul mnt, DerUM(itr
ral Afmt. Cot jfgtsisl Now I'm
kaapKrMr1tfMk up to m. Hftt thlfHT
I rver haul. GV U)pointd io raaar Wmtorf
WnUOMlca. fUcelv) Ji.tok oC Bami.lo
tmtZ. HTw to yofn and est r'jnt.lrm MIL,
AS FRIGES RISE
HIGH COST OF LIVING
HITS THE 'RAILROADS
Ssrvlcs Will Be Crlpplad Un
less Rilisl Gomes Soon. ,
EXPENSES UP, RATES DOWN
Wasteful and Conflicting Regulation
Hamper Railroad Credit, While Ad
vanca In Labor and Materiala Out
etripe Revenue, Chairman Krutt
eohnitt Tells Congress Committees
Unified Federal Control Will Improve
Washington, April 2. The condition
In which the railroads find themselves
is a result of constant Increases In
wages, prices of material, taxes and
other eipenses, while their revenue
ire restricted by legislation, was strife,
toglj described by Julius Kruttschnltt,
Chairman of the Executive Commute
of the Southern Pacific Company, in
bis testimony during the past few days
before the Joint Congressional Com
mittee on Interstate Commerce, which
is making; a study or the question ot
rtllroud regulation. Mr. Kruttscbnftf
urged the committee to recommend
plan of regulation which will center
responsibility for regulation and Its
results in the federal gorernment, so
that conditions affctlng both expenses
and revenues may be made subject to
a uniform policy instead of the waste
ful and often conflicting policies In
volved In the system of comblued stats
and federal regulation. c
tWhy Roads Need More Money, 4
Mr. Kruttscbnitt's testimony also had
a bearing on the reasons for the appli
cation of the roads to the Interstate
Commerce Commission for a general
advance in freight rates. He showed
that while the price of transportation
lias declined in recent years, the cost
of producing transportation, like the
cost of almost everything else, has rap
idly advanced. This he Illustrated by
showing thut If freight and passengeT
rates bud increased during the past
twenty years in the same proportion as
average commodity prices the rullroads
of the United States would have re
ceived $1,634,000,000 more for trari?
portation in 1U15 than they did receive.
This saving to the public wus effect
ed, In spite of an Increase of 03 pr
cent in the cost of operation of trafmv
by a reduction in the average passen
ger rate per mile from 2.04 cents ln
1805 to 1.0S cents la 1015, a decrease
of 3 per cent, aud by a reduction ln the
average freight rate per ton mile from
8.30 mills :) 1895 to 7.3 mills ln 1015, or
13 per cent j During the sume period
the cost of operation per train mile
rose from 02 cents to $1.78, almost
doubling. At the time time the aver
age price of 340 commodities enumer
ated In a bulletin of the Department of
Agriculture Increased 115 per cent
Transportation is practically the only
commodity in general use that has not
Increased tremendously ln price during
the past twenty years, freight and pas
senger charges being lower than they
were twenty years ago
Big Saving to Publio.
If rates hud risen proportionately to
the increase in the cost of other arti
cles of ordinary use, Mr. Kruttschnltt
told the committee, the average pas
senger ratf lu 1015 would have been
2.05 cents a mile, or 50 per cent higher
than It was. aud the average freight
rate would have been 1.21 cents, or 64
per cent higher than it was. The sav
ing to the public in passengei fares
through this difference was $314,000,
000 and ln freight rates $1,340,000,000.
Universal railroad bankruptcy under
this reduction in rates aud Increased
cost of operation, be said, was avoided
only by heavy expenditures to obtain
Increased efUcieiicy in train movement,
making It possible to buul more tons of
freight per locomotive. This bad re
duced the average cost of hauling s
ton of freight, but the decline in the
svernge freight rate had reduced the
net revenue of the roads from each ton
hauled If the operating costs of the
railroads, including the prices of coal,
labor and material, continue to ad
vance at the present rate a lot of rail
roads will be In the hands of receivers
by 1018 unless some relief Is afforded,
Mr. Kruttschnltt told the committee.
'Owing to the rise of commodity
prices," he said, "the purchasing power
of the dollar hus fallen 55 per cent and
the railroads ore In the position of be
ing compelled by law to accept pay
ment for their service to the public In
currency wortb 45 cents on the dollar.
Publio's Chief Interest.
The public's greatest Interest is la
adecjuute transportation facilities and
not so much lu low rates. As to most
commodities freight rates form a very
small proportion of their cost. Ex
cluding low grade commodities, the
percentage of the freight rate to the
cost Is so slight a to offer no justifica
tion for any -substantial Increase In
prices to the consumer. It may be
stated with little feur of contradiction
that the consumer seldom. If ever,
profits from a lowering of freight rates.
"Extortionate charges are a thing of
the pust. and under the attempt to cut
rates, to their lowest possible, figure
the Interest of the whole public in the
cburacter aud standard of transporta
tion is subordinated to the Interest of
thut part of the public only tbnt profits
by lower-rates thut is to say, the ship
pers and their agents-and not the gen.
eil 'public, the ultimate consumer."
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