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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 4, 1917.
ear of a
Cold for Six
HASN'T GOT IT NOW
B KB Bfl
(votes between the two parties accord-'
"And fcr Whorping Cough llfev
Han't ho Root'' Coup ! teress of Ute Neuro. They further!
UQII i UC DCfJI, Odld 'Contended that hte interests of the i
' i ..n i i . i
MtO Mnnrn ' iii'Kf au iiupurtaiu con-
ill I da III 00 IC i 1 siderations were identical with the
! interests of other groups of American
... ' citizens. The officers of the debate
We have been usins Lung-Vita in, were as follows
our family for whooping cough and , 1'residing Offlcer. Dr. F. G. Smith,
colds says Mrs Fannie R. Moore. Timekeeper, Professor F. A. Kan
who lives at 1006 Morrison street, in d-s
her statement to us some time aso. 'pianist. Miss Eva M. Murrell.
I had not been clear of a cold for
six months until I began using Lung
Vita, but it sure broke up the cold'
and stopped the cough right now.
And for whooping cough it can't be,
tieat. You need not be afraid of :
whooping cough so long as you have
Lung-Vita in the house and use it. ;
Those who use it don't cough and
vomit like those that do not use it.j
It is a wonderful medicine." 1
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and 1
A Pleasant Cross Country
Messrs. James Hamilton. Ambrose
Wilson, S. AV. H. Collier compli
mented Miss Nunnie U. Wilson and
several of her friends Sunday after
noon with a pleasant automobile
ride through the country, including
Misses Eddie L. Hallentine. Meatiice
Cordon, Mattie K. Hallentine. On
their return to the city they were
driven to the home of Miss Mattie
K. Rallentyne. Eighteenth avenue,
where a prettily planneil'lunch was
served them. Miss Wilson will be
extensively entertained before leav
ing the city for the East, where she
will spend several months' vacation.
Read my answer and ndviceo" tbr 1)1.
VUKCK-PKOOK MAKKIAGt QUESTION
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i THE NEGATIVES
The fourth anniml Vhuto f t,
Pearl High School was hold lf,r
an enthusiatic audience at Spruce
treet Iiaptist Church FriJav eve
iriK. April 27, 1917' The subject of
debate was "Resolved: That the
' Formation of a Separate Political
Tarty Would be lor th cBest Inter
est of the Negro."
The affirmative was ablv represen'
ed by Miss Tiny Pell Clendenine n,l
Miss Mary Ilradl'ord Jackson. The
iltirmative contended that the present
?conomlc and social status of the v.
Rro rendered imperative the forma-!
turn of a separet political partv in '
rodcrto conserve the best interest of
the Negro that hte formation of
sum r party was practicable and;
; will be. th esubject of the morning
j The negative was effectively and
, brilliantly rperesented by Miss Mable
A net t a McGavock and Sliss Cornelia'
; Ruth I'pshaw. The negative argued
that the formation of a separate party i
would be impracticable and unwise,
I that the commercial, industrial, pro
fessional, educational, moral, and po
i litical interests of the Negro were
of paramount importance in further-!
ing the best interests of the Neirrii. '
that htese interests could be best!
subserved by a division of Neirro .
Or. II. H. Maynard, Roger wliliams:
1'niversity, Proffessor I'aul F. Mow-!
bray, Fisk I'niversity, Professor J. D. i
t'havis, Walden I'niversity. j
The four debaters effectively illus-
t rated the excellent standard at-i
tained at Pearl High School in the!
power of impressive argumentative!
HERE IS THE PROGRAM AS REN
I. Opening t'hoius A Spring Sung
2. Invocation Rev William llay
nes.n. I). ;
3. Music The Clang of the Forge
Boys Glee t'lub.
4. First Affirmative Miss Tniy
5. First Negative Miss Mable An-'
C. .Music O'er the Waters Gliding;
(Tales from Hoffman)
Girls' Glee Club.
7. Second Affirmative Miss Mary j
Bradford Jackson. ;
S. Second Negative Miss Cornelia ,
Ruth I'pshaw. j
. Music Welcome, Sweet Spring;
l Rubinstein l. i
10. Rebuttal Speeches. j
II. Decision of Judges.
12. Closing Chorus The Merry i
Heart. (Luigi Denza. i
YOU AEE INVITED TO THE I
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
; BOSCAL IN CHICAGO
l Speaks to a Large White
I Chicago, 111., April 30, 1917. Speak-
lug before 3000 white people at Or
j chestre Hall Sunday evening, Roscoe
Conkiing Simmons, reciting the his
tory and loyalty of the Negro, was
given a great ovation. He soke
under the auspices of the GREAT
I HAMPTON MOVEMENT of Hampton
Institute, Hampton, Virginia.
He linked Roosevelt and the Negro
I with the defeat of Germany, and the
audience did not allow him to finish
j the sentence. The applause was deaf
I Others on the evenings program
i were former Secretary of War, Jacob
M. Dickinson and Theodore Marburg
; former Cnited States Minister to Bel
gium. i YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
! SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
One of the most, pleasing and high-
ly enjoyable parties of the season was
I the Dutch Supper of 8 courses that was
given by Mt. and Mrs. Arthur Young
I at their palatial home, 1S49 Walnut St.
April I'Sth. The occasion was In honor
j of ,Mrs. Bertha L. Jackson of Nash-
ville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
i Young, a recent bride and groom. The
; reception suite of the home was beau
I tiifully decorated with potted plants
I and cut flowers. Dancing and games
was the feature of the evening. Mr.
Evuns Klrby presiding at the piano,
j Mr. Prestley Grear sang several of the
i season's latest songs. The dining
room presented a scene of beauty be
ing decorated with patriotic motifs.
A lovely cut glass vase of red, white
and blue flowers was the central deco
ration for the table. The souvenir place
cards being red, whiite and blue mono
graims. At the plate of each guest were
little dainty paper baskets of red and
blue, filled with white mints. Those
seated around the table were os iol-
j lows: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, Mrs
! Bertha I,. Jackson and Mr. James Dal
I lis. Mir. Evans Kiirby and Mr. Prestly
I and Mrs. Louclan Brown, Mrs Effie
! Betha Allen, Mr. Robert Drake, Mr.
Grear, Mr. and .Mrs. Lee Gore, Misa
1 Bight, Mr. Win. Mason, Mr. Howard
Martin, Mir. and Mrs. Arthur Young.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
ST. ANDREWS PRES
Fourth Sunday after Easter.
Th eEplstle St. James 1:17
The Gospel St. John 16:514.
There will be a celebration of the
itoiy uommunion at 11 a. m,
"God The Source of Every Good."
will be the subject of the morning
"Importunate Prayer," will be the
subject of the evening sermon. (
Disturbed conditions tliroiiiiliout the country and tho diflicuhios experienced
the past winter in procuring coal when needed, fresh in tho ufemory of every
one, should be sufficient warning for every coal consumer, largo or small, to
lay in coal early. For present May delivery we oiler the lowest prices that
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ST. JOHN BAPTIST
John Baptist Church, between
11th and 12th Avenues.
The Sunday school was opened by
the superintendent. Brother J. A.
Turner. After the school went
through the morning exercise all the
teachers were assigned to their
classes for thirty minutes. A few
remarks were reviewed fifteen min
utes on the Sunday school lesson by
the dear beloved superintendent,
Brother J. A. Turner, also the pas
tor, Brother V. H. Whittaker. The
Sunday school rally was held in the
morning at 9:30 o'clock' tit 3:00
o'clock and at night. The Sunday
school is doing much work and
is improving. Enrollment was 63.
Collection, $8.51 in Sunday school.
The lesson was spiritually taught
the scholars and interested us all.
The morning service was opened by
Rev. Boyd. He preached a wonder
ful and spiritual sermon. The eve
ning service was opened by the pas
tor. Rev. W. H. Whittaker. Song
by Brother R. Banks. Prayer by
Brother E. Redman.' The Reverend
preached a wonderful and interest
ing sermon. All were blessoci, af
ter which the officers went through
the business of the rally. Total
taken up at night, $46.39. Come
out and join us. All are welcome.
Come, one; come, all.
Y. M. A. CLUB.
A most interesting meeting of the"
Y. M. A. Club was held Tuesday,
May 1st, at the residence of Mrs.
H. J. Stockard, Fourteenth avenue.
North. The roll was called by the
acting secretary and each member
responded. The meeting was presid
ed over by the vice president, Mrs.
L. Nesbit. New officers elected
were as follows: President, Mrs. E.
P. Bonds; vice president, J. J.
Smith; secretary, L. Nesbitt; as
sistant secretary, Robert Foster;
treasurer, H. J. Stockard; reporter,
H. D. Black; instructor for needle
craft and art, L. Allen.
The club made new plans for new
work to begin at the next meeting
which will be with J: Upshaw, :0L'0
W. Jefferson. Visitors; Mrs. A. J.
Allen and Mrs. L. Caruthers. A de
licious menu was served nnd each
left expressing their gratitude to
the lovely hostess.
CHURCH OF THE H0IY TRINITY.
Ewing and Sixth Avenues, Rev. El
mer M. M. Wright, Priest-in-Charge.
Celebration of the Holy Euchar
ist and sermon at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school at 0:30 a l.i. Kveninr
prayer and sermon at f:45. Wednes
day, evening prayer and address at
7:45. A cordial welcome is extend
ed to all to attend these services.
28 YEARS IN THE ARMY.
Mr. Scott Crosby of Centerville
who retired from the United States
Army after having served twenty
eight years, was in the city this
week the guest of Mr. T. ' Clay
Moore. While here he looked after
.(some very important business mat-
ters. Mr. Crosby is a prominent
stockholder in the People's Savings
Bank and TruBt Company of this
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I WHIT WRIGHT FINISHES ME-
Prominent Youne Man Completes
Meharry held her commencement
exercises last night at Ryman Audi
torium, and of the ope hundred and
fifty to receive diplomas, probably
none was more worthy than "Whit"
Wright. Without a doubt this
young man has fought his way to
the front. He has done this not
alone through difficulties and hard
ships, but by perseverance and hard
Since coming to Nashville young
Wright, who is the son of the fa
mous Major R. R. Wright, of Sa-
WHITTIER HOWARD WRIGHT,
vannah, Ga., has made a very fav
orable jnpression here. During his
first year here he plunged right in
during the colored Y. M. C. A. cam
paign and was an active worker in
the raising of the $33,000 in sub
scriptions. During the same year
he compiled a Nashville Colored
City Directory which met with po
The Globe is especially interest
ed in him because he has served
constantly and earnestly on its staff
during his four years' sojourn here.
He has- been regarded as one of the
best men on the staff.
His classmates honored him 'With
the editorship of their Class An
nual, a little booklet which reflects
credit upon the institution.
The Globe extends congratulations
to thia young man, who represents
the highest type of Negro manhood
and predicts for him a successful ca
Negro Public Library
Anril April brought showers of
blessings through the Library, 1059
used the library in April. There
were 16 meetings, namely. City
Federation 2, W. CI T. V., 1, Rock
City Academy of Medicine 2, For
ward Quest Girls 4, Bethlehem Sun
day Story Hour 5, Roger Williams
Alumni 1, a representative meeting
Ma'V Mav nas in store many
flowers. May 13 th at 8 p. m., the
Every Ready Girls and the Forward
I . J
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High in carbon, low in ash.
Quest Girls will celebrate Mother's
Day in the Assembly Room of the
Library. The public is cordially in
vited to help celebrate and do honor
to their own mothers. The three
subjects by noted women are as fol
lows: "The Meaning of Mother
hood,',' "Universal Motherhood" and
'.Our Duty to our Mothers," by Mrs.
Hume Steele, of the Methodist
Church, South; Mrs. Arch Trawick,
Y. W. C. A., and our own Mrs.
Chavis, of Walden University. Ad
mission free, no collection.
Mrs. Nancy Rice Anderson, of
Vanderbilt, expression teacher, will
talk on Story Telling, illustrate her
theory by practice, telling two short
stories, and give a reading May 19th
at 3:30 p. m. The public is cordial
ly invited and teachers especially
urged to come. Admission free. Re
member everything at the library is
Story Hour Viss Viola Flagg will
have charge of the Young People's
Division Saturday, May 5. The small
nhil,1,. ,,,111 Wall t,l
w...u.tl. ..... iuc. 6iuo.
Misses Watkins in Columbus
Miss Pearl Watkins and Miss
Fannie Watlson of Nashville, Tenn.,
spent Sunday in Columbia with Mrs.
Sam Jones and Miss Coffey. Miss
Coffey entertained Miss Watkins
and Miss Watison with dinner Sun
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. They.
returned to Nashville Monday night.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. W. S. Ellington iwll occupy
his pulpit at the regular services Sun
day. He w,ill preach and administer
the Lord's Supper at 3:00 p.m. The
sixteen ecently organized clubs are
working Btreavtfously tor the great
spring rally on the third Sunday. Rev.
Ellington will begin, a series of ser
mons Sunday May 13th, on oilty life;
its advantage -and disadvantages. The
first of the series will be, "The Fall
of Sodami," the second, "The Fall of
Jericho," the third, "the Fall of Ba
bylon," and the fourth, 1The Fall of
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
RTTKrnav srwnnT. rnwauvsa
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18H
Sunday was Woman's Day at the
Tabarnacle Baptist Church Sunday
morning. Rev. W. S. Amos delivered
a splendid discourse, Sunday after
noon, Rev. G. B. Bolden of Foster's
Chapel preached a strong sermon.
Sunday night Rev. H. M. Burns Hilled
his pulpit, taking for the subject of
his dircourse, "The coming of the
King." Though very much room
having been fpr three months en
raged in revival service. He preach
ed an able sermon. The attendance
at each service was- line. The mem
bers of the church are all working
very hard to make the rally that is
on for the . third Sunday in May a
grand success, We are hopuig on
that day to raise one thousaivl dol
lars and are asking all. our friends
vi help us. That "we may be Vn
rMed to eilarso aond remod;o our
church. Aj wo are unable to occom
r-odate our congregation In our pie
is all consumed
winter's coal supply is
THE DESTRUCTION OF
National News Notes.
Brief Bits of New and Comment On
Men and Measures.
Washington, D. C, May 3. In these
days while the world rocks and reels
domestic- controversies here at the
National Capital are being subordinat
ed, and national emergency and need
are to the frontas paramount ques
tions of the hour. Every arm of the
government is alive with enthusiasm
to strengthen rather than to hinder.
and citizens of every kind, color, and
degree are supporting the government
loyally and earnestly.
The Negro and the part he shall play
in the war is subject of earnest dis
Hfs rights and wrones. hl
handirana nnd tniimtl fa a a 1 A nl fin n
.,' . u .6
j wjui otner controversies, being subor-
dinated to his duties and responsibili
ties in tins hour of national crisis.
Hds spdktesmen at the National Caipd
tal however feel that It is not amiss
once again to call attention to thfact
that this government is (founded upon
the theory ot majority rule, a theory
to which the1" American people 'have
always and always will subscribe. But
the .principle of majority rule does not
and never has included the power of
the majority to override or Ignore the
personal and inherent rights of the
minority. Such assumption of power Is
detrimental to good government and
leads to a tyranny as repulsive aa au
tocratic despotism. RepuUave as Is the
offence, It becomes doubly offensive
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and repudiates-the great America a
principle of judicious majority rule.
Yet the agitation in the 'hall of .Con
gress for the repression of Personal
Freedom threatens to establish ft pre
cedent in that form of governmeut.
Figures from the last national elec
tion cast a light upon some startling
tacts. They revealed the amazing truth,
that in the so-called Prohibition states,
that is, the Southern States, only 38,
000 votes are necesaary to elect a Con
gress'iikan, while 45,800 votes are re
quired for a simlllar representation,
from the Northern, Western, or so-cal
led "wet" states. Thus a represent,
j tive from a licensed state, speaking for
! a constituence of 45,000 voters has bis
j vote offset by a Prohibitionist repre
i senting only ;!S,0U0I -
The inequality of representation
paves the way for minority rule and
I raises the question whether or not the
vote of one man is not as good as that
I of another.
The comparison between some of
the states is pathetically grotesque.
"Dry" Mississippi has a national rep-
resentation for every ll.OflO voters;
"wet Ohio only one tor evey oOJOO;
; "dry" South Carolina one for every
10,000 voters; and "wet" Illinois !haa
only one representative for every 75,
000 voters. "
Every such measure passed by Con
gress means another pace forward for
minority rule and intolerance!
Dr. W. James Woods
A Visitor Sunday
Dr. W. James Woods, an efficient
popular dentist of Decatur, Ala.,,
was here Sunday, the guest of
friends. He also.attended'the serv
ices at Meharry Auditorium, Sun
day morning. .
Dr. Woods is a product of Mehir
rv Medical College, naving iinislfed
with the class of 1915, an! is ntv
located in Decatur, Ala., wherejha
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