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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 4, 1917.
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Weekly and Monthly Preminm
I gentle disposition. Her pleasant
, ,. , ,, i smiles and kindly greeting carried
The employees of the Hurrican Hall; sunshine into many dark places. The
Hotel, under the auspices of Mrs. Cor-, large crowd of 80rrowlng friends who
lee Nelson, met at her residence. , attended the funerai clearly evinced
Wednesday night and organized the the fact that 8no wa3 held ln hi n e
acant Chair Singing Society Per-;.teem bv wh knew ner To the
manent organization was perfected , neart.Droken family we extend our
nv thfl pWHnn rtf officers Afra T J
:1b. Spencer, presided at the piano, 8mn pv,jar .n
were given by Mrs. Nelson, and a
beautiful selection had been rendered
by Messrs. P. H. Duff, Robert Hard-
j ing, and Mrs. Minnie Anderson, also
a selection from Dunbar was recit
ed by Mr. Harding, six course menu
was served. Punch was served by
Mrs. Willie Johnson Scott. The din-1
ing room was beautifully and taste
fully decorated with ferns and potted
plants. Those present: Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hunt, Decherd, Tenn., Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hartring, Nashville.;
Mrs. Anderson AVilberforce, Ohio,;
L Mr. Woods. McMinnville, Rev. J. P.
wnitaker, i natianooga. ; Air. j. not
man Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Darrell, Dr. and
Mrs. T. B. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm Tlnnt Mr nnrl Mrs .TnmA.
Kelso. Mr. P. . Duff and Mrs. Frankie i ''L. ,s a visitor in our city.
Johnson of Georgia. After an en
joyable evening, many thankful re-
i turns to Mrs. Nelson, for her bouto-
I ous hospitality. She was voted a
woman of wit, ability, and fore
j thought. The Vacant Chair Society
, Club will meet each Monday night
i hereafter. The next meeting will be
at Mr. and Mrs. William Hunts,
i when Mrs. J. H. Holman, will recite.
Field Tfy was
observed by the patrons of the Pub
lic School. Not a dull moment was
spent. Drills; ball games ; and other
out door amusements were enjoyed
throughout the day.
The exhibition of Domestic Science
and art was grand and deserves much
commendation. The Commencement
) sermon was preached by Rev. P. H.
i Watson Sunday afternoon at First
The graduation exercises were held
at the First Baptist Church Monday
night April 30th. This was an exercise
of much interest. It was replete in
every respect ami reflects much cred
it to the worthy and eftlclant Print!
pal. Prof. W. R. Jannett.
Ten graduates received diplomas.
Mrs. Marion Diggs of Champaign,
Miss Btib Chambers spent sevel
ral days very pleasantly Woodland
Mills a tho guest or Mi3S Onio Mao
Misses VPtt'e Greene and Alccn'a
Durrus spent a few davs ofaJasl week
in Huai i'Ji
Mrs. P. W. Sanderson returned to
her home In Dyersburg, Saturday.
Miss Jessie Lee Heartsneld left Sun-
Otey, Rebecca Brown, and Cook, Mrs.
J. D. Short and Mrs. Bessie Otey. Mr.
Henry Ewlng also made a very inter
esting talk which "was especially en
Ipyed br the members of the club.
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
Weasly Thomas, Miss Lucllo Farmer
and Mr. J. W. Patton had a very
pleasant trip through the country to
Clanaham last Saturday night to visit
some of their friends .
Mrs. Joe Kimes, is sick at his home : aay ior an extenueu visit i 01.
on Washington Strete. Mr. Peter Mrs. Adolphus Beck of Rives spent
Bates, is improving. Little Jennie ; Friday evening In the City as the
May Jenkins, will spend next week in guest of Miss Frances Bransford.
South Pittsburg, as the guest of Miss Dr. and Mrs. Girven, Mrs. Dannie
Inez Northcut. Mr. Tom Russel and ' Mae Ford and a number of others mo-
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Mrs. Mary Hampton, of Shelbyville,
who were recently married are at
home to their friends. Miss Lula
tared over from Fulton Sunday.
Mrs. Pattie McClanton of Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. Sourlock of Mounds, 111.,
Maderies, who has been quite ill is and Muss Allie Bell waiter or Jiayue a
convelescent. Dr. Wm. Huff, of) attended the funeral of Mrs. Nannie
Nashville was here Sunday. Miss Reiser.
Leana Russell is patiently waiting I On Thursday. April 2Gtli, from 5 to
for the wedding bells. Wait on they 1 8 o'clock. Miss Eddie Lois demons
will soon ring. Mr. Jerry Scott and j was at home to a number of her lit
wife have bought them a nice resi-:tle friends in the celebration of her
dence on Washington Street. Rev. J. j li'th Birthday. She was assisted in re
B. Foxall. of Wartrace made us a ceiving. by her mother. The rooms
pleasant visit Sunday. He was in- j were beautifully decorated with pot
troduced to the unday School by Rev. I ted plants and spring flowers.
A. E. Martin. A great uniou revival j Eddie Lois received many hand
is being conducted by the ministers some and valuable gifts. The little
of Tullahoina at the Mt. Zion Bap- j folks seemed to realize that days of
tist Church. Rev. Martin with his youth are swiftly passing by and
people, and Rev. J. W. Richard, with I they endeavored to makethis occa
his people assembled in the Baptist ; sion an enjoyable one. Games and nvu
Church, and Rev. A. E. Martin, was sic were enjoyed. A delicious ice
at his best, delivering a grand spirl-1 course was served. Promptly at 8
tual sermon to a spiritual congrega- j o'clock while aod Mother Moon was
tion. Mrs. Mary Hampton Russell, j still smiling down upon them; these
was a live wire in our Sunday school; little folks paid their compliments to
last Sunday. Mrs. Georgia Hender-jthe hostess and hurried home declar
son, of Chattanooga is visiting her ing they had spent the time most
mother and sister who are quite sick ' pleasantly.
at their home on Washington Street. Miss Sinie Moore of Carthersvile,
Mrs. J. A. McGec, of Sewanee is here y0., s a visitor in the in the city,
visiting her niece, Miss Bessie Shaw, js3 Mary Ellen Payne of Rives
who is quite sick. Mrs. Annie spent Friday with Miss Loraine Hud
Rhoten, of Memphis, was here on a son,
business trip last week. Miss Lula Mrs. Laura Wells is on the sick list.
Maderis. who has been quite ill was ! rir. Sutton E. Griggs of Memphis
able to fill her place in church Sunday! delivered an address at the First
Mr. Henry Ditto and wife spent jjaptist church Friday night to a large
last week visiting menus in j.uem-,and appreciative audience,
phis. The birthday party given by Griggs is a renown el orator and
.Mr. and Mrs. Duncan in honor o ! js jin0wn for his eloquence. Whenever
their daughter, Esther was quite a , he speaks, the people listen because
success. Everybody seemed to have1 thev know" that they will bo benefitted
enjoyed themselves. Read the Globe , and enlightened. We hope that this
and keep posted like Mrs. m. Anderson.
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On Monday, in the hush of early
morning, the death angel entered the
home on North 1st St. and the spirit
of Mrs. Nannie Keiser winged its
flight to the realms above. She had
been sick for several months. Every
thing that loving hearts and willing
hands could do to restore her was
done but to no avail.
.Mrs. Keiser moved from Mddle Ten
nessee to this place a number of
years ago. Immediately after settling
here she connected herself with 111
griniM Rest Baptist Church, and it
was from this church that her fune
ral was conducted on Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock by the pastor, Rev.
II. G. Harris. For a scripture lesson,
the !Mth Psalm was read.
Rev. A. Allison pastor of Mt. Zion
C. M. E. church, offered prayer. Rev.
Harris chose a.s a text IMS Psalm and
l."i verse: "Precious in the sight of
the Lord is the death of His saints.
The speaker beautifully spoke of
the good works of the deceased and
declared that site had lived a life well
worth emulation. Rev. Y. A. Smith
pastor of Browns Chapel also made
some touching remarks. Mrs. Keiser
was a woman of kindly nature and a
noted man will come to us again
Mrs. Ellen Dickson of Decaturville,
Tenn., arrived Sunday to be the guest
nf her sister. Mrs. H. M. McMaktn
Airs. Pearl Snrinaer is slowly im
Miss Ouotee Welts won a nana
some prize for the best written com
position in English. Subject: rue
ivil War." The prize wa.s presenieu
bv Dr. S. II. J. David.
Mrs. Cora Lee Warren of Cairo is
spending some time with her mother
Mrs. Jane Peachtree on norma, Ave.
Mr. Libby Dodson is able to be up
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NASIIVII LE, TENN
The Parent-Teacher Association met
at the Dunbar Training School. Mrs.
J. W. Evans, the president, presided.
Mrs. Gloria (Reed) Parker, the Sec
retary, was at her post of duty. A
most interesting meeting was held.
The subject for general discussion
"How I am learning to save." opened
by Prof. F. K. Jeffries commented by
Prof. Mc A Sloan and others were
very Instructive. The paper "Home
Economics" by Miss E. M. Reed, was
indeed Interesting and very helpful.
It was decided that association meet
once pej month, meeting the second
Thursday In each month.. A collec
tion of $5.60 was turned over to Mrs.
Lula Shaw, the Treasurer. Mrs. C. A.
Ward, of Boston, Mass., was present,
and made a very beautiful talk, and
many helpful ideas were given the
ladies no saving. Mrs. Levy Johnson
of Memphis, Is the pleasant guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sloan, 5 miles east of Brownsville.
The many friends regret to hear of
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson loosing their
home by fire, recently. Mrs. Johnson
was formerly, Miss Emma Sloan, a
member of the faculty of the Dunbar
School. Mrs. Emma Davis was called
to Memphis, recently to the bed side
of her sister, Mrs. Hattle Mann. Mr.
Frank Peeples, of Memphis, is home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Peeples, on the account of ill
ness. His many friends are glad to
see him and hope him a speedy re
covery. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans and
son, John Frank, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Porter, and Mr. J. Llvingstine White-
low, motored 'to Denmark, Jackson
and Bemis, Tenn., last Sunday, while
in Jackson, had a most delightful
time, spending a while in the home of
Prof. Geo. Porter and Rev. and Airs.
H. II. Windrow. Miss Blanche Wal
ker, attended the "Epworth League at
McKensie, Teenn., last week. Miss
Walker was appointed pianist for the
League. Rev. S. P. Morrow, pastor
of Farmer Chapel also attended the
Epworth -League. Mr. James Crosby,
of the J. C. O'Brien's Ga., Ministrels
spent the week-end with his wife, Mrs.
Mary (Webb) Crosby. Ho Joined the
company Monday evening at Marion,
Ark. His many friends were glad
to have a hand shake with him. Miss
Tessie Bond, who has been attending
Howe Institute, is home after a well
spent session. Mrs. Ludie Lee has
moved in her beautiful home, recently
built on Tytis Ave. Rev. A. A. Parr,
pastor of the First Baptist Church,
spent Sunday in Dresden, Tenn. He
delivered the baccalaureat sermon for
the school, ev. Hardin Smith filled
the pulpit for Rev. Parr on Sunday
and a soul stirring sermon was de
livered to a large audience. Little
Hertha Mae, the (laughter of Rev. and
Mrs. C. A. Ward is out after recent
illness. Mr. Geo. Tollner, who has
been indisposed for sometime?- is out
again. The many friends were de
lighted to see Mrs. Ethel Hill at
church on last Sunday morning. Mrs.
Hill has been indisposed for a num
ber of months. Dr. and Mrs. J. W,
Evans have purchased a seven pas
senger Studebaker car. Miss Lucile
Hayes ofDecatur, Ala., is the pleasant
guest of Miss Estella Hayes, her sis
ter. She will also spend some time
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hayes. Dr.
G. B. McLin, our proficient druggist,
has been indisposed for Beveral days,
Mr. Will Leigh, spent a day in Hum
boldt, recently on business.
tie Mcltenry was In Gallatin Saturday !
on business. Miss Laura A. Vaughn I
and Miss Hattie A. Burton, was the j
and Miss Emma Lee Grizzard, 1
Sunday. Mrs. Q. D. Beard, of South-1
view was the guest of her mother,
week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Luella
Mrs. Eliza Smith at Royal Oak, last:
Starks of Station Camps. Rev. E. W.
week. Mrs E. W. Franklin, spent the '
Pankey, of Gallatin, Tenn., preached ,
at the Home Baptist Church, the '
third unday in April. We werelad
to have Rev. Pankey in our midst we t
want him to feel that he Is always
welcome. Mr. James A. Hill of Pilot
Knob, was the pleasant guest of Miss
Hattie A. Burton, Sunday in the af
ternoon. Missess. Francis S. Willie
E. Beard, Mr. W. M. Flte of Southview
were the pleasant guests of Miss Kat-
tie McHenry, Sunday. .
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YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
STTTJDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS,
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
On Sunday Auril 'J9, the "Indepen
dent Order of Brothers and Sisters
Unity" celebtated its seventh ann-
veisary at their hall. About ii:.su o
elock over four hundred members
and friends of Bryant's Grove and vi
rility assembled at the hall. The
meeting was opened with scripture
reading, song and prayer by the chap
lain. The "Welcome address" was read
by Miss Ruth Arnold. "The History
of the Society" bv Mrs. B. L. Perry.
After a 'song by the society "Vic
tory, a lr.re tyxty offoring -vva.
raised. The total collection was $12.60
A beautiful "Response" was recited
by Mrs. Lizzie Smth. Mrs. Daisy Bry
ant's paper was "What Steps were
Taken for Shelter." after which a
song was sung by the society. "Obitu
ary of the Society," Mrs. Polly White
Song by the society. The closing ad
Iress was read by Miss N'ina Jenkins.
After another song by the Society a
splendid Society Sermon was preach
ed by Rev. A.' C. Holder, Pastor of
the Bryant's Grove Baptist Church,
his text being V2C Psalm, third verse.
This sermon was enjoyed by all pres
ent. It will be remembered that (his
society started out with $1 in its
treasury and now ha about one hun
dred mid fifty dolla.is. Brother Walter
Scruggs is now Its President and
Brother Bryant, Chairman of the Sick
Committee. A large, and beautiful
rako was presented to the Society by
Brother Wade Sanders of Gladeville,
Tenn. Music for the Society was fur
nished by Mrs. Robert Bradley,
daughter of Rev. Holder, After all
the business was over refreshments
were served to nil present by the s'o
clal committee of the sne'ety. Cream
and cake was had 'In abundance. Rev.
S. If. Thompson wtas Master of Ceremonies.
Mrs. J. C. Adams, of Union City,
was with Mrs. Irene Johnson, last
Wednesday, and had a jolly time at
the school picnic. -The mothers of
Troy brought some costly baskets for
the free dinner. It didn't seem like
high cost, had struck Troy. A literary
program wa srendered at night at the
school house. Children all appeared
on program. Mrs. J. C. Adams rendered
several of Dunbar's pieces and sang
a solo, which added much to the pro
gram. American colors were also dis
played in form of a may-pole dance
by the girls. This well packed house
enjoyed there last night with Mrs
Johnson. Many of the patrons spoke
along the line of the progress the
children of Troy seem to be making,
and the success of this. .school year,
Among them were Messrs Tom Jack
son, W. C. Crafton, Rev. Neely and
Rev. 13. M. Moore. Troy band fur
nished good music.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
We received a good rain Monday
afternoon it was a blessing. Mr. L.
H. Chandler and farther and others
motered to Alain Sunday. After
spending three weeks in Brownsville,
little Buber Glass returned home Sun
day night. Mr. and Mrs. William
Chandler of Brownsville spent Sun
day here visiting relatives and friends
Mr. E. B. Jouruette spent Saturday
and Sunday here visiting his brother,
Mr. Warner Journette spent a few
hours in Humboldt aturday after
noon. Miss Pearl Brodax, of Stanton
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Duffey. Dr. L..D. Thomas was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cole,
Thursday night. Mr. Smbith Curley,
of Memphis, was the pleasant guest
of Mrs. Deaner Glass, Sunday. Mrs.
Mollie McLemore spent unday in Hum
boldt. The Knights of Pythias and
court ofCalanthe celebrated their 5th I
annual thanksgiving day, they march
ed from the Hall to the Baptist
Church. Introduction paper by the C.
C Mr. W. W. Cole. Song by the
court Higher Ground. Rev. Morgan H.
Holoway came before the congrega
tion and preached the thanksgiving
.sermon. Remarks by Dr. L. D.
Thomas the C. C. of the Knights of
Pythias lodge of Alamo, Tenn. Invi
tation for membership by the C. C.
and W. C. at 7:15 p. m. An address
of welcome was made by Miss Mary
Scott Searcy in behalf of the church
Song by the court, life is like a moun
tain railway. Duet by Misses Bessie
B. and Mary Scott earcy, one sweetly
Solemn thought. At 8 p. m., Rev. M.
H. Holaway delivered a powerful ser
mon, the church was crowoeu to its
utmost capacity, the Knights and cal
anthe of Alamo turned out with Hen
derson lodge. W. W. Cole C. C, Mrs.
Minnie Taylor, W. C. Rev. S. C. Carey
K. of R. and S., Rev. J. H. Wisdom
M. of C. Mr. Earnest Searcy and
Louis McGathie spent a few hsurs in
Humboldt Sunday. Misses Monnie L.
Brown and lrma Solone, spent a few
days in Brownsville, last week.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
Rev. Emannel Smith was in our
midst Sunday, and preached a most
excellent sermon, for the Tribe of
Levi. We were glad to have Rev.
Smith, and hope he will come again
soon. Mrs. uarrie miner ana iuue
son, Johnnie were in Wartrace, Sat
urday, visiting the sick. The Mrs.
Hattie White and Mrs. O. L. Scruggs,
were in Fostersville, Monday visiting
Mrs. Mattie Murphy who is very sick.
The Eastern Star gave an entertain
ment at the K. P. Hall Saturday
night. It proved a great success. A
large crowd was in attendance, and!
Kept. airs, fciiza suuon, mr. ijizmv
Nelson, Mrs. Sarah Wells and others
who were on the table committee busy.
A nice sum is reported to have been
raised. Tho Rev. Dr. A. A. W. Hill,
the Great Evangelist is expected to
preach for us Wednesday night, May
16 as he passes through en route lor
Sparta. Everybody is invited to come
give Rev. Hill a crowd. The follow
ing are tho names of the Tribes,
their captains and queens. No. 1.
Captain P. H. Tillman, Tribe of JBdah
Lucy Hunter and Ida Scruggs, queens.
No. 2. captian C. B. Simmons tribe
of Levi, Susie Clark, queen. No. 3.
Captian Robert Marlin, Tribe of Benja
mine, Barbara Pruitt, queen. No. 4.
Captian W. T. Couch, Tribe of Simeon,
Belle Myers, queen. No. 5. Captian,
Sam Marlin, Tribe of Joseph, arah
Wells, queen. No. 6. Captian, M. L.
Marlin, Tribe of Reuben, M. L.
Stephens, queen No. 7. Captain R. W.
Cooper, Tribe of Manasses, Belle Neil,
queen. No. 8. Captian A.W. Rankins,
Tribe of Gad, Sophia Cooper and Mol
lie Carney, queens. No. 9. Captian
Allie Scruggs, Tribe of Asher, Cordelia
Cooper, queen. The Tribes Simeon
and Gad are having! a Midway May
festival, and they sure are showing
some good pieces. Bell Buckle people
are learning the old motto of get to
gether and work together, and we are
determine ot win together our victory.
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The Sewing Club had their Annual
Anniversary at the homo of Mr. and
Mis. 'e Epps last Tiiurslnv night.
The house was beautifully decorated
with ions cut floeri am! (I'll) col
ors. The club rendered a short pro
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title of the play was "The Girl and
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Interesting talks were made by the
followilmg persons: Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Patton, Mrs. R. T. Murdic, Misses Julia
Mrs. Onie Sargent was called to In
dianapolis, Ind., to the bed side of her
sick sister, Mrs. Loue Smith. Mrs.
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DiAbHVlILE. TEWU.. JUNJi 13-18.
Alonzo Curze gave an address on
fire prevention, after this at 12:15 the
battalion 600 strong was reviewed and
dinner was served. At 1:05 p. m.
Hon. William H. Taft, ex-president
of the Uniteds States and now presi
dent of the board of Hampton Trus
tees," called an official meeting, this
ended the exercises until 7:45.
Promptly at 7:45 p. m the band
nlaved national airs and at 8:00 o'
clock the spacious gymnasium was ;
crowded to the capacit'yof 5,000 eager j
faces to greet tho nation's former!
Chief executive, the student body'
rendered many plantation selections.
Seated on the platform with Presi-!
dent Taft, were W. Cameron Forbes,
Wm. Jay, Schieffelin, Mrs. Elizabeth j
Custer (wife of Gen. Custer), Rev. I
Job E. Hughes, Dr. Francis G. Peabody i
Clarence. Kelsey, Charles E. Bigelon, i
and Alexander B. Trowbridge and
Miss Mary Curtis Lee, sister of Gen.
Robert E. Lee, the great Confederate
Chieftain and in her honor principal ;
Frissel had tho band to strike up
"Dixie" in which visitors from North
South, East and West yelled, It was a
President Taft gave his speech in
which he laid the blame on the
Kaiser for the war and 'laid emphasis
"That Negro Disloyalty was only a
joke'. After his speech the audience
was held spell bound and a tremend
ous applause shook the large building
and this ended the first day.
Friday April 27, was the Becond day
The following program was arranged
at the exercises. Vice President Fran
cis G. Peabody received the certifi
cates for diplomas from the 198 mem
bers of the "17 senior class.
A program was rendered by the
senior class. ' !
Some Major Aspects of the Negro
Migration Maurice E. Thojnasson. 1 j
Summer Experiences Bessie Pitt. 1
The Making and Unmaking of horse
trainers Otho E. Kerr.
The Iriquoije Confederacy Gene
My Dress Mayme Williams.
The program ended at 4:15 p. m.
with a lawn social and this ended
Hamptons forty-ninth anniversary.
HAMPTON DEFEATS UNION.
Union University Journeyed from
Richmond to Hampton, Satrday April
1 to be defeated to the tune of 14-2.
During the game "Ole Jelly" ot football-lame
kept the crowd laughing
with his Tennessee fun.
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SERVICE of the
By I. S. Curry '20.
Hampton, Va., May 1. Special' to the'
Hampton Institute, one of America's
greatest institutions of its kind, cele
brated its Forty-ninth Anniversary
last week with a record breaking at
tendance. Thursday, April 26 was the
first day of the exercises. The special
Hampton party arrived at the Hamp
ton Institute wharf, on board the
Chesapeake bub-eye "Hampton"' and
was met by the Hampton baud-. At
ten o'clock tho visitors began a tour
of inspection around the vast campus.
At ten forty-five they were carried to
Clarke Hall Auditorium to some de
Percy H. tone delivered and ad
dress on propagating potatoes.
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The Cosmopolitan Club will give an
unusual entertainment in May. The
social was enjoyed very much by
Messrs. Howard, White, Banks, Sims,
Margan and Curry for that is their
Mrs. Castle Plays Thrillyig
Mrs. Vernon Castle's ability as a
swimmer was severely tested Jn sev
eral of the episodes of "Piitria," the
fifth-episode of which will be shown
at the Star Theatro Thursday.' As
the. heroine, resolutely l;ent on teach
mgAmerica the necessity of "pre
paredness' she falls into the hands of
unscrupulous enemies, who cast her
overboard from the upper deck of a
Mrs. Vernon Castle, the best
known woman in America, has many
adventures in "Patria." In one
scene she is shown on the screen
coming to- the surface of the water,
freeing herself from her bonds, and
tearing away the gag with which her
screams were prevented. The camera
then graphically records her deftly
removing her shoes and stockings
ond heavier garments and swimming
out ot the picture triumphant. , -
From the-West. 'South,
Io Chicago aid points bejond can bi
obtained of agents ot the ILLINUIS
CENTRAL and c.nnectlng lines.
Hot Spring Ark,, via Memphis
From Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville
and New Orleans.
To California, new Orleans
Through to LOS ANGELES
.'. and SAN FRANC1CS0
The Ronte Charac erlzed. by Low
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To Points In Kentucky, Tennesset, Miss
issippi and Louisiana Including
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PADUCAHr CINCINNATI, ,
LOUISVILLE AND HOPKINS VILLE
In tho fifth chapter ehe escapes ...
again from her foes by diving boldly!
Into the Sound, and swimming under
water to escape the bullet sent after
her. She is finally rescued far from
shore by a hydroplane. It is the first
time the aeroplane has been used ia -rescue
work. The camera shows her
climbing uboard the hydroplane very
wet, but very glad toJlnd that her'
sweetheart is the pilot.'"'A little later
she is seen under way in the hydro
plane skillfully manipulating a gwn
at a flying machine sent after her by
her relentless enemies.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE t
SUNDAY SCHOOL - CONGRESS. "
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
1917., - . ..'..