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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1917.
Published everj Friday In the year it 44T
Fourth-Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
NASHVILLE GLOUB PUBLISHING CO..
Telephone, Main 1989
He asks to bo placed la command xr. W. S. Ellington Is reported to
of Uiis division. He is qualified tot having unprecedented success in
Entered as second-clam matter Januar)
19, U)u6 at the post-office at Nashville.
Tvnneasee. under the Act of Congress of
March S, 1879.
the command. He asks to go in a
division unit of an army corps, which
would be General Wood, Pershing,
Bell, or some other, uuder whom he
There is a disposition to sneer at
Mr. Roosevelt's army. It is hardly
nice to sneer at a man ready to en
list with his four sons for active
military service on the battle front.
It reminds one of the pet house dogs
who growl at the mastiff walking by.
This much is certain, nothing
France and Oreat
a revival at Birmingham. Ala.
SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANPn
One year i B0 ! would so bring
. an American army corps ou Krenrl
o nnuro taken or anonymous contributions
Notify the office when you fall to pet your
Dr. C. H. -nark returned from
Asheville, N. C where he reports
Mr. O. W. Smith and Dr. B. Demby
left the city Tuesday evening tor
Mr. Green Henderson of Middle
town, Ohio, was in the city to at
tend the funeral of his father.
Mrs. A. H. McBroom of Franklin,
Tenn., who has been ill at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Jessie Berry, 1220
o Britain to their toes with enthus asiu isth Avenue, South, will be at the
05 as the American flag at the head ot
soil with ai ex-president of this conn
try as one of the suboidinate com
niaiulers. That is democracy.
Cottage Hospital for several days.
under the treatment of Dr.
Han and Ur. C. O. Hartley.
Trt TITF. PUBLIC.
Any erroneous reflections upon tlie char
acter, vtanilini or reputation of any ierson.
firm or corporation, which may appear In
the columns of the nashvimf m.me will
hn clndly corrected upon heln a brought to miy whore have or will In; ruslic I into!
Mrs. Henry Berry, and Mrs.
Charley Parks of Franklin, Tenn.,
I ......... !. V-L.U,.ltn vlcltlnif
It would be the visible evidence of , bwlaj0 )f thp'ir sist'er; Mr3 A
ur giHul faith and willingness m h. McBroom ot 1220 13th Avenue,
bear cur part. No troops sent from South. 1
Mr. John Will Patton nnd Miss
saclioa Tuesday night April 17, 1317
at the ML E. Church.
The? object of the meeting was to
form an organization tor the purpose
of getting together and to Inspire co
- peratloo la order to produce the great,
est possible supplf of tood-stuffs.
To so arouse the Negro farmer, gar-
dener and truck grower of Shelbyville
and Bedford County that they shall use
every opportunity to cultivate each
acre and every plot ot ground so as
to get maximum yield and to so unite
and cooperate as to be of the greatest
possible service to our country at this
time of need and of future benefit to
Several instructive and patriotic
speeches were made.
The meeting went into permanent or.
ganization electing the following offi
cers: . 1
j Rev. A. Ranson, Pres. Mr. Charles
hVhiteskles, Vice-Pres. Trof. R. O. Iaws
Secretary. Prof R. P. Purdy, Assistant
Secretary. Executive Committee: Mr.
J. A. Greerf Mr. James Gilliland, Rev.
Vm. Cannon, Dr. R L. Suggs, Mr. A.
VAMPIRE DOES HER FIRST ACT.
plre roles during mostvoiu- vOcETAJ
Dorothy Green has been playin
the attention of tlie nmimu'cmcnt
Send corresnniulence for publication so
as to reach the office Monday. No matter
1nti.nit.ul f,.P Ml.,n, L-.ii. ....I......
as lnte as Thursday can nm.ear in tb.it ' Our flu.- slionl.l i,i. our K,.i,li..r here they were the guests of Miss j turally she was selected for the vara-
.number, as Thursday Is press day. 1 . ., ' . . .. , ,. I Mamie Moore. 121S 13th Avenue, S. pire Tart in "1'atrla," International's
Ail news sunt us for rubM.ation must -"'' -" ."..:-.. ."urn , , i ,, . .,, nn(, mt riot Ism ro.
go with them, if only to prove ie.voad Mr. E. W. Binlsong hos retm licit .leased by-Pat he. In which Mrs. Vernon
quibble that we are net a nation or from Columbia. Castle is the star. In 'Tatria," the -tth
battle. They would have a period ol i tw-i n..(?.vif,mr.iil nf Franklin vnmtiire roles dnrinir most of her ca-
reasoning, of drill and hardening. Tenn.. were in town Monday, while ; reer as a moving picture actress. Na-
Our Has; should go, our
Ih written only on one side of the naner.
and should he accompanied nv the name of
me conrtitmtnr. not necessarily for publi
cation, but as evidence of pood faith.
greas over to the Ministers' Confer
ence in order that the superinten
dents may b0 used on the various
A number of visiting , ministers
S. & Cumby and M. D. Bataon, of
ere present In the persons of Rev.
Columbia, and the Rev. Dr. Mitchell
ot Hartsville. '
An article that appeared In. the
Nashville Globe from the pen of
Rev. Harding last week was discuss
ed and a committee of seven appoint
ed to confer and make a report on
the article at a cacll conference to be
held at the Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church Thursday night. After the
usual reports the Conference adjourned.
PREPAREDNESS, THE OREAT
QUESTION OF TODAY.
This question of preparedness Is
60 vital in its very nature until it is
almost a sacred word, and if tlie war
hath not done anything else, it has
caused rueu to become acquainted
with the terms preparedness and tin
preparedness. Possibly one of the
great effects of the war is to remind
man of the fact that, ho should bo
also ready. The government of the
United States, a great end powerful
organization, the ordinary citizen
would have thought that it was pre
.!vi:uT!!Nii nvrr rn:-isiiKi
I I'nN AITI.KWTION
l;l !i'-. M Mir1: IlVTKS.
pikers and that we are ip the I'alu if
1 1 1 - in Us cioslng days.
4oisoi!e of which will be seen at the i,al.ed for almost any task with its
Dr. J. W. Waytes of Guthrie. '.-.. 1 star thratro for the first time in her! . remiIl.re8 wtth it states and
was a pleasant caller at the Globe -f- film rareer she does a really good .-lee ,Wit reMiueea. with n waiei u
ills t t
mid be 'n
erl' i-!,v. I..s and
C"t,j.: i 0".v. Urost and T'n.st,
tsn, . p., 1(1.1,,, ,
'' ri: (Office. Urost and rr..-t, Can, 11
asbyii.. Ofrico. Frost nnd I-'rost
pend-nt Life nnllrtlnr.-.
Mexico ai'.i Ti t i i..
Inilicainiiis now are tl.at every
ii imtry mi t!io western iiemispiicre.
save 'e'co, w ill l,o arrayed ii.sainst
be Tout, n c allies be-'or4 tlie w..r i v
vor and tlieie is li'iihiuu ctrtaiu
aiimt wliat Jicvicu i : 1 The
-iiveniment may realize icier on liiat
i.er interesis aie tlie saiue as tin se
Fik I'niversity is ilevotinp
tire campus to the '"Army
men, the ordinary mind could hardly
- WHEN YOUR CHANCE COMES
To be able to take advantage
of it, capital may be required,
without which your hands may
be tied. To be prepared for
such an emergency atart an
'account with us now. Watch
it grow. Then when the op-
portunity you have awaited
arrives, you will be in a posi
tion to grasp it, unhampered
by lack of money.
ONE CENT SAYINGS BANK
'Alien bo snvis l':iir!:i fmn n waterv
srave. Hut even i:i dolus this kindly j conceive the idea that tho governiueiit
t. sl.e Ill's rn ulterior untivo. Was not ready for almost any cmer-
. MelK'ri'y t'"it'!!ieni'Pmeiit will he at
Ilyman Auditorium Thursilav, !::y 1.
at S o'clock p. in. Active nrti.ari-
"1 hav,-- boon il-viny vampires bo'u(.v i,llt if reports are to credit-
cd, it will take tho government some
ur three years to put iisell' in
Hons, are le;n -: nuvlj by the suidoiit-
hoiiy i'i r ihis event. Many mit-of.
t.iw-n vis:tiirs are pvnocleil io he uro
ot tiie ouier nations tm n;s sale oi ;,,,,( yn irrndttat in
leu'." f:i;s Miss Oreen "that moving
picture nnfrins naturally associate nie
m ni'iva'o 1'1'e: 1 ho'io thev under-. wo
s'and thai off the state I am ins' an : tirst-olass condition to meet a stren-or-linarv
yccin s'woman -vho spciils all lK)ng and long engagement with lin
er spare moments at home. ,,,,. .iv,p,.-i nn,i noi-ressive couu-
T5-Tr ... 'W-M!F3SV. fi1 I Vf. -S?Yiert
Nashille, Tenn., April 27, '17
lll BllAHIt Husl'lTAL.
-No single feature is of more impor
tance to the development of a city
than its facilities for caring for ihL.
attract patients eevn far beyond the
equipped with hospitals is in a posi
tion to serve the territory tributary
to it in a commercial way to a de
gree that is impossible where inado-'
ouate facilities exist in that line of !
modern advancement. Good hospitals
attract patients even tarb eyond the
territory naturally included in the
radius of the municipality's activi
ties and add enormously to the pres
tige of a city so fortunately equipped.
From a business point of view g''d
hospitals, and enouKli of them, are i
splendid asset because o the number
of patients they bring from other
flections, the number of physicians
end surgeons ol superior skill at
tt acted by their opportunities and
the amount of money expended, not
only for hospital treatment, hut with
business institutions of all kinds.
From a different angle of vision
than the purely material one, too,
;:i'o hospitals nn asset. Superior hos
pital .K'commoilalions nr0 .soinotMn-;
:vi ry city owes to it. sell' and its
!he Atlantic. Mexico ou;;ht to be usually larse one.
.urateuii to this country a u! she
ought to cast her lot with us in the
t;ieal war now waging against tie
class is an in-,
! a , .' nnd tho h.iaht lislvts" do
Mil to me. A Kirl cannot dance i'1'
tr-nt aivl retain the roses in her It appears mat mo country is um
'cheeks. And in order to he a success- innlv illv prepared from a standpoint
WMHi. WH,.t M,rrv v J vampire, one must look yo.itig and (,f war materials, and war niachin-
.....v.iv. ... . ' MttMi't K'o ncr in an m na rnnD n nn
One nice thing about I e'm,-; the
anlen variety of soldier is the fact
i.as I'een in tor uie past soera, nujs, ; ,.V ie swert lovl, y0ni, women ln
is reported much better. I the' picture plays."
Mr. P. F. Hill, Grand Master V. K
F. Tennessee, returned from a visit
to AVest Tennessee lodges Saturday.
Ilia loivna lo. T-ict TrilliuflQiiD lniotsi
umi jU.i .null inns 10 taiiiie eeviy sni,.. . vislf ,,, ,n .,,
oihcer .ou meet.
If Mr. Lir.vau's friends wiio do not
i he hue, all may yet be well.
tion of the state.
Mr. F"ank Paschal, a new convert
n 1,jn lni P T7,i, via ' rnnnrlj
care lo spring to arms will spring tu ; ... " ' ..
lllUl IIP MHO CSft iiii,iv-, i"iiihiui.
The Amerieun farmer will put his
hand to the plow this spring and not
i'KiU back. i
-bought at the mark-
Have you ever hated a man enough
to want him to wear a saw-edged
:;eck-baud? Well, we have.
Mr. Sydnev Evans of Columbia was
here Sunday the guest of Mr. W. 1.
Often the man who gives the most
thought to a house is the one who
holds the mortgage on it.
Miss Asnes Morris, of Kansas City.
Mo., 1s In the city the guest of Dr.
nnd Mts. Sevier on EIne avenue.
Miss Morriq is here attending Meha''-
i ry Medical College Commencement
; being nn alumnus of that Institution
Uf the Pharmaceutical Class 1010.
The man of very few words max
also he a man of very few deeds.
.Some claim that a dry place is the
I est' one in which to conduct a laun
dry nnd that John Barleycorn Is re-
spunsihle lor a multitude of washer-v.timen.
TTOWAUT) nnvnTi-rrj. ttoTIAL
oir the Tlev. W. R. Stcnhens of
flark Memorial preach Sunday morn
ing a. Howard Congregational
Church on "The Heavenly Pnnnuet"
Tpo "inrship promises to be a snlrj
l"al feast to which all are cordiallv
invited. 11 o'clock. The church
f-boir assisted by choir members of
MOLLIE KING QUEEN OF
iM'ollie King Is Queen In the Kitchen
Here are some of her recipes.
Mollie King, who is starring In
Pathe's serial, "Mystery of the Double
Cross." the fourth episode of which is i
to be shown at the Star Theatre is a
fine cook, particularly when it comes
o iiioioooiiooiooi ooiirE ET ETA SHU
lo malting caramels, fudge and other
de'icnc'es f" evervoiw in the studio.
STUFFED DATES Take one
pound of dates, remove stones and
cover with wine allow to stand one
whole night asd day then take the
dates and fill with almonds or any
kind of nuts. Roll in powdered sugar,
pound of dates, remove stones and
STUFFED DATES Take one
'ind of nuts. Roll in powdered sugar,
dates and fill with almonds or any
whole night and day, then take the
cover with wine, allow t stand one
MARSHM ALLOW CANDY Four
tablespoons felatin, dissolved in 12
ulated sugar dissolved in 16 table
tablespoons cold water, 4 cups gran
spoons water. Boll until it threads
from spoon. Pour over gelatin and
heat until rather stiff about 30 min
utes. Pour out one-half mixaure and
color pink. Flavor with lemon. Pour
white mixture in pan sprinkled with
powdered sugar. Tour over this the
CARE m AY. IN. J.
This tn i 'iiifi vut hotjl, located in the heart of the most beautiful seashore
resort in the world; replete with every modern improvement, superlative In ,
construction,. appjiuttiuuts, service ami refined patronage. Orchestra daily, '
i u.ijj;;, built !i )!is.es. tennis, etc., on premises. Special attention given to ladies
and children. Send for booklet. . E. A7. DALEi Owner.
T ,' 10
sill ply bei-
'f the in'
the F.nie.ronnl church rendered last
Pundav night. "The Cross and the pink mixture nnd let sot throo hours
Crown." in an artistic and highly
cry, and war vessels and men, but
that it. is poorly prepared from h
standpoint of supplies, so poorly pre
pared until here In tho very" begin
ning of the war somo sections of the
couniry are on the point of suffer
ing. . The government is urging peo
ple everywhere to prepare for a
crisis i:i the food' suppy market. It
is to' be hoped that the Negroes
wherever opportunity will permit
will plant plenty of foodstuff. One
of the great hindrances to the Ne
gro in helping the government to be
come prepared along this line is that j
in so many cases he Is simply a
tenant, and hns no say' as to what
he will raise, what lie will plant
but is solely under the dictates of
the great landlords, and they in
variably direct that such crops will
be planted as will yield them the
greatest income regardless to tne
suffering, or possible suffering of the
community of laborers about him.
One of the great lessons, 'therefore,
that shall be gathered from this
preparedness, or unpreparedness
that obtains in the country, Is that
the people will be taught to raise a
greater variety of fooilstuls, in tact,
Clod lias given the world to man that
8 l( fc YOUR APPEARANCg I
g SEND $ . 1 1 FOR TRIAL JARS AND
I whitb yon aoi:NCy 'V',,,,rf,r'rrf-
"cs nit m:
i i: .i -li
.oi' alr'oiic and howevu
ve le.iy be. wo Miall need
t winl v: Ai.ti we ouglit to
i!:C .tl'r.tilgtfll.LMt, Mine JI1OV0-
: ard coal at i vas- imiiio r .1..-.
i pre ia.ii
i i'y. a
a'!! km n:r -
uvi-ry pii.de' i
li"!-. Xashviile is a ric'i
-rowing city, already boasting
'". iiiliahiiiihts. a number which
l- lii'.-lined to int reuse to "i m t.i- o
x. ithin a few years. It should nm
ic (lillault for :i place Mich as Nash
ville is to sci ure material aid lor iho
hospital v. iihin a reasonable length ,'
a n. an begins lo ear thai al
is to ::v up in the liioniin.;
oil go to wrrk and go home in the
', c:iiii- and go lo Led, he's gettilu:
id, whether he will admit it or :iol.
Anybody with good ears and a
lively imagination can hear heavy
aiiiionailhig anywhere alon:; Hie
Atlantic coast at any time from now
I he.- '
r 1 - : '
I"!' .,rV.,y i-
e . C'l 1 i i . hut
i ere was'.
happen to notice whai thi
'ih-' Sl-t- Nornml h-.wo hal) team
',( ll-"er Willinms rniversity
S t : rii : - at ilreeiiwood Park bv a
i; c'siv" score 11 to 2. The game
was wiiiie s,,,i -,v a vnrv largo and
lthusi-tstic crowd, including the
-Indents of tho two schools and
many visitors. Rbger seemed very!
coniidi-nt of winning the game, due j
to the face that she had defeated j
W'alden rniversity 11 to 2 the prev-
ions week in an uncompleted game.
At no lime during the game was
State Normal in danger, for Wil- j
liams. their star pitcher, was master i
of the situation throughout, allow-I
, inn but iive scattering hit's, while i
tho Normal t oys hit I'apt.'Ri'anham '
for !- hits for a total of 17 bases,
ii'"i!;r ilri'.ing him from the box in i
' ei,;hi'i inning, when six runs.
v nil. 'I'h.; redeeming I'l'ilure
.' t '". ' , i ! 1 1 .''ere tin : ciisat imeU
:' : ;e. ' : I i.i: if i!0 Xorinal
But this preparedness
nes all through liie; Do
miMiue iinu in. sui iiuue iiouis . , ,
it in squares and roll In powdered, " ""
sugar. This makes a delicious and , not particularly amass dollars and
piety candy. icnls. The earth will Iced tlie race
ir'ICRV NOUGET- Three cupsi,,,- CH lf tlie ,.u,.e 0f men will treat
cups, granulated sugar one-nan cup , . . , . .
strained honey, one-half cup water, i ns'itiy
nnn- li.'ilf run iinsl.icliln mils ( slimi. i 'ine-ition
,,!.!). Hoil sugar, water and honey :e not lind sufficient food for
U it spins a thread. Pour slow-' thought along all the lines of life?
ly aver the stiffly beateii whites of Tlie s esl)eL.i;lliy sll0Uia Bludy
rales of nutmeg. Pour In a flat well-i,, . ...
beauts and cherries and add a fowl11113 Wb 01 prepan.uuesa, tlu.
two eggs. Peat till creamy. Stir in ! question of unpreparedness, fo:
buttered dish. Just before cold, mark there is scarcely any great thing i
on in squares on top oi wnicn press lllmn ,.e is emiiiGiitlv t.renared.
and thus he should got a move on
THE EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
Will Promote a Full Growth
of Hair, will also Restore
the Strength, Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
.Hair is Dry and Wiry.Try
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered with Falling
Hair, Dandruff. Itching Scalp, or any ,'
nair iroubte, we want you to try a jar
of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The
remedy contains medical properties that(
Ao to the roots of the Hair, stimulate
the skin, helping nature do its work:
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a aim
$4 of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy foi
Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
; Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with
Hot Iron for Straightening.
Price Sent by Moil, 50c; 10c Extra for Postage
half a cherry.
MRS. COllXEMA HEXDREY STUB
BLEKIEU") IX RECITAL.
The reeital given hy Mrs. Cornelia
Hemlrey Stuhhlelield Monday night.
April !)th, at Spruce Street Baptist
Church has none down as one of '.without help one week, we mean
the iineit that lias ever heen eivan ub a race, and therefore should he-
himself. He Is not prepared from i
mental standpoint to do his own
thinking, therefore should lay up- a
Mock of mental power, lie is not
prepared materially to feed himself
a, : - I "h
carries "u i.'n
. .'P. or
i I'-, kr
, i . i
g n to economize and lay by food-
AG ENTS OUTFIT
1 Hairdrower, 1 Tomple OH
I Sliiinuiun, 1 Pr.'ssinii Oil
1 Fnue Crcain and Urediun
forSe linit, S2.0II
25cEtra lor Postage
S. D. LYONS. Genjgt. 314 East Second.St .
Oklahoma City, Okla. .
here. Xashviile is seldom favored
iiitl, oir.h 'i tT-niif ii iv-:i linnrfl rvn
this oVeasion. Mrs. tttul.blelleiit ren-i1""'" aml tlie meal13 t0 yeRllre l00"-
nered the ont're hook under the cup- sluit'a in abundance. He is illy pre-1
lion of "Till': l.IOX . AXI) THE (.aied morally to face the great fc
MOCSK." and for fully an hour and a!cs tJiat COufr.nt a rate; he Is sad
a half she held licro.ulinj.ee spel.- .. M.nn.,m, . .. ,, ,.,0 on.
mind win e they li'i'eiici! to rind ...-..-o
'rank in evi rv word that fell from v hen v.o i-ay his moral life we
Of Fifty Years Recalled.
r. r'i-.dsiy. her lii, so i'.itinct and clear was n;cau his ethical natuie generally.
: to u her (leii'.nix. ino rei.i.in as " i! i,,,ild l.iiild liiinself nn alona
A -1 i " . s ' 1 .-r : i I 'i'!itlllltiit, "."'i
ii.- !! n."i'e material le.isons, .a-!i-villc
pi op'c sli'iuid he generous in
their gilts t tlie Huhhard Hospital,
ll i one of i lie oldest hospitals ii
tlie cit V for nor nprmln nnd imj nl. I
ways pt-rformed a valuable function
in caring for the ailing portion of
the community. A hospital is in no
wise a money-making proposition. Ail
tht such an Institution is expected
to do is to charge a sufficient fee to
pay its operating expenses. Patieuts
who cannot afford to pay are never
turned away because of their poverty.
No one can put his money to a nobler
use than tliat of helping out an in
stitution devoted to the alleviation
or suirenng. isasuviiie people are
ofered a notable opjwrtuulty for do
ing good and at the same time ad
vancing the interests of the city as a
whole hy helping Hubbard Hospital.
hhooTTAOIXSIl E E E TAOI
nay on i:s li
l aiio'i;;.!, 'i'ni
; :i ; ! leu .d not an- vnieil into tr.rec acis, s;o leaving mu . .
...rmal fo,m I,.;'. Moii- staire only at the end of each a.'t tll!lt llIie- a,,d' ln
t trip playing in Chat- ' K r 'about ten minutes, during which , line,.he should begin to prepare iiim-
ilay and Knoxville Col- : interval Miss Minn e Toney rendered 'tell' tor more und more lie will l.c
lege Wednesday and 1 liursilay.
The following is the score by in-
two beautiful piano solos.
called upon to stand p.lone, to light
MAKE A PLACE FR ROOSEVELT.
A very mistaken policy would be
to attempt to ignore Theodore Roose
velt. Roosevelt is a great man, a
good soldier, an American from
plume to spur nnd has the confidence
and admiration of millions.
Theodore Roosevelt wants to go i
France. Why shouldn't 'he go? Why
should anyone object? He asks to be
alolwed t raise, equip and enlist a
IMvision of infantry, cavalry, artil
lery, aviators and all auxiliaries,
about 19,000 men. i
In our Millinery department it isning:
rnnidlv bei iiniinir a well-known fact ! S. N.
that we are saving the women of
Xashviile and vicinity from 20 to 50
per cent on high grade millinery. Come
J. H. FOREMAN.
11th and Jefferson.
Our ladies and Misses Slippers are
the very latest hi style and work
manship and are sure to please the
most exacting, at prices within the
reach of the most modest pocketbook.
J. H. FOREiMIAiN.
llth and Jefferson.
Master Joseph Thomas spent Sun
day in Nashville, visiting his grand
ma, Mrs. Hannah. He was accom
pained with Master Webster, his lit
Mrs. J. A. Jackson and son ol
Pensaeola, Fla., who has been visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. Lester on Lafayette
St., left the city Monday night for
a trip through the state of Alabama
before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yowell of Unl
derwood St., left Saturday night for
Knoxville, Tenn,, for a short visit
with their parents, Elder and Mrs.
Geo. Hoagland, en route to Retroit,
Mich., where they will make their
Miss Mary Louise Brown of 712
Cedar street, left Sunday night, April
15, for Chicago to visit relatives and
friends. Miss Brown will be gone
Dr. J. W. Waytes, of Guthrie, Ky.,
was In the city this weelt.
0 0 2 0 2 0 0 6 1 11 12 2
K. W. 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 8
Batteries, Williams and Bradahaw.
Branhani, Slratton and Dabney.
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP OF
THE NASHVILLE GLOBE
The Nashville Globe Publishing
Company respectfully submits this
statement of ownership, names and
addresses of all persons holding one
per cent or more of its capital stock.
Mrs. Theresa Burrell, Brooklyn, N.
Those who have read the book or his own battles, to paddle his own
11 J 1 t.... -.f 4r I
wjinesseu me pmy mi..w u. (.anoe. and if he is not nrenared.
there is a chance for great suf
fering. Does it not also make us
be congratulated upon her rare abil
ity of impersonating each character
in the play. Mrs. Stubblefield Is a
born elocutionist (a Nashvillian) but.
but she has only followed her art
she has only followed her art s'nee
residing 1 Sioux City, Iowa, where
she has keen for twenty years and
where her name has become famous.
Nashville is proud to own iler as a
native of her soil, and those who
heard her Monday night expressed
themselves as having len favorably
impressed and entertained beyond ex
pectation. Mrs. Stubblefield is being
Dr. R. H. Boyd, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Emma Battle, Nashville, Tenn. ;",'u"' "'i"' 'Viwr
Mpa u if RnvH Maahviiia Tnnn wd to make other appearances,
but it i! not known yet whether sue
Mrs. R, II. Boyd, Nashville, Tenn
Wm. Beckham estate by J. B.
Beckham, Independence, Mo.
Henry A. Boyd, Nashville, Tenn.
L. Landers, Nashville, Tenn.
J. B. Boyd, Nashville, Tenn.
Bonded indebtedness, none; mort
This. statement is made to conform,
with tlie postal laws and regulations
of the Inter-state Commerce Commis
sion. Personally appeared before me this,
the 6th day of April, 1917, W. L. Mil
ler, editor of the Nashville Globe,
who swears that the above statement
is true. 1
HENRY A. BOYD,
My Commission expires April, 1919.
NEGROES OF SHELBYVILLE OR
GANIZE FOR GREATER
can accept the several 'invitations or
not, as she is planning to return
home in absut two weeks.
Shelbyville, Tenn. The leading Ne
groes of Shelbyville held the most en
thusiastic meeting ever held in this: turn Hie' entire Sunday School Con'
BAPTIST MINISTER'S CONFER
On Monday morning one of the
most Interesting sessions of the Bap
tist Ministers' Conference was held
in the chapel of the National Baptist
Publishing Board. In the absence ot
the chairman, Rev. C. H. Clark, the
vice chairman, Rev. J. A. Brown, pre
sided. Matters of interest to the
Baptists of the city were taken up
and discussed and a report from the
local committee appointed to enter
tain the Congress was heard. Rev.
J. -h. Harfling stated that -he was
leady to make a report of his sub
committees. However, this' report
will not be made till next Monday,
to enable tho committee to have a
conference with the superintendents,
whom, It 'was learned, had voted to
think of our final or religious pre
paration? Does not every real
thinking man get a lesson from this
unpreparedness in the government,
from this hurry, scurry 'effort to put
crii'a self ln shape ln tbe time of
a crisis? Is it not logical, is it not
reasonable, is It not the only sens!
bit thing to do, to prepare one's self
for the ' great 'crisis of death and
judgment before the hour arrives?
Let us study the question broadly
and seriously and act accordingly,
The People's Defender.
CONGRESS SECRETARY GONE
Dn Saturday morning, Rev. H. A.
Eoyd leaves the city for an extensive
through Ohio and Northern
Kentucky. It was learned at the Con
gress Headquarters thtat he would
conduct a Sunday school campaign
visiting Columbus, 'Ohio, Sunday
morning.- He will address a mass
meeting in Columbus Sunday after
noon. He will address the. Ministers
Conference Monday and Tuesday he
will speak in Portsmouth. He will
night and -on Thursday night will
speak at Maysvllle, Ky!, Wednesday
be the guest f the Baptists of Cov
ington, Ky. His trip is in hte in
'erest of the Sunday School Congress,
which will be hold in Nashville in
. . 1 ' "
ii' i. i tire if ti N UVnal Jubilee S elodir a new nod book containing l
ili i id Mm ili e i d 1 1: miition Mings set to hius c, is creatine thr vidt-nl kin' I of
i' i.'nic t in . very section ol tne I nurd stoles. I nu is attested to tv nuiidred
i. l-iii's th t hive betw rcceiv d s-ni.e the sontf book nppetirpd and sine- U a?
-o nil' s fill y i:s-eJ Ihnoiihoiit the session of tl r great National Baisttonventii n
liii ti ju t closed Us mieti g. A sample of wh it the people say will be of intiT
. 1 .
'I havp exnmined tbe H atioi alJi bilie Melodies and found some old treasures
1 1 mi I v ( uld m t like to part with, a fragment of the tunes and verses that have been
nme I in my bruin i nd memoiy since Iwas a toy forty ye rs ago, but this Is the
first ilnir I have ev r seen ihem in print or set to music The tittle Inaocur des
gramnviti'ally speaking that one thinks he firda in ihe book are but t ouinefvt
dence of its origli ality. We wou d not have then, otherwise, as this wool j rob the
work of lb identity, end tt Is my desire to get a work at near as possible spoken in the
ptculiar manner of tha old time ante-bellum men and women that laid the founda
tion for cur race on which we are building beautifully. I think that their peculiar
style should I e preserved icdl.as(d diwnti roneritv."
c I8lgned) AN REW DUFTIE,
' The prce of the National Ju ilee Melodies song book with
all of these old time songs, is 30c per copg bg nail, postage
paid, or $3.60 per dozen, expres charges not paid. ...
Send 30c for i sample copy and tee fw Oa first Ume in year lib
the tongs of oar forepsiMts set tt nusla- .
Send all orders lo -.
Tbe National Baptist Publishing Board
523 Second Ave., North
Flnett Smith , .
vs May Rules, 1917.
Britt Smith , -. .
In this cause It appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant Is a non-resjdent of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law. cannot be served upon
him; it Is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance here
ni it the May term of the Davidson
'""-'. -' v ."; :r
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
'.he Court House ln Nashville, Ten
nessee, on the first Monday in May,
It being a rule day of this Court,
and defend, or said complainant's bill
will be taken for confessed as to
him and set for hearing ex parte.
It is therefore ordered that a copy
of this order be published1 for four
weeks ln succession in the Nashville
Globe, a newspaper published In
"VvV B. COOK, Clerk.- s.
T U T TXTrTTTJTO r l
J. P. RHINES, .' ,
Solicitor lor complainant .