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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. MAY 11, 1917.
BRUCE AND BRUCE
MAKE GOOD AT
Ernest Whitman and Joenell
Also Added Attractions.
Bruce and Bruce Stock Company
are really handing the patrons of the
Lincoln Theatre some real classy
Btuff. They have together one of the
best aggregation of performers that
has hit this burg in a long time. For
singing and dancing you will have to
go a long ways to find a better bunch.
The show during the past week was
good and extremely pleasing to those
who were fortunate to see them.
The chorus girls are attractive, and
put their whole souls in their work.
Ernest R Whitman, is a splendid
drawing card In addition to Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce. He has a good voice and
knows how to use it. His voice has
the melody and the expression that
wins. He is a good actor, and his im
personation of the late George Wal
ker supported by the entire chorus
in the rendition of "Bon Bon Buddy
the Chocolate Dron" and "That's Whv
They Call Ale Shine." is reallv sunerh I
Miss Joenell Perry also to be a hit !
She has the looks and the personality I
as wen as anility and quality. She '
6ines ami dancos with a fooling ,i I
always proves uonular with thp audi.
ence. Viola Evans also proves to be
a favorite with the audience.
The only objection that we have is
that a certain photographer on Cedar
btreet and Mr. Bruce cannot agree on
certain subjects and that every night
after he .how Vr Bruce has to wo rh ll'1 ho'" 8 liRht fr thSe ld heads
nvprMm !1 LJ .lu. L.IZ. to PX bV and a number of his
gentleman that the 'coany tha
preceded his were not the only per
lormers in existance.
Be sure to see the show its great.
The Bijou is still keeping up
sianaarei witn their high class pic
tures. The management always aims
to please. Every day large crowds
attend the Bijou to see the photo
plays which are not only instructive
but highly interesting.
Mr. T. Clay Moore is really some
"7 '. ""l la" lu
,T.rrL"S, J" "I-!"' they
o" v .u.-o luvimii i'uiuics cue iu ue ;
PEii i me mar eacn uay and nigtit
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Only the very best of Pathe serials
Be sure to attend the Star Theatre
each week, for you will come away
Without a doubt one of the most
classy little movie houses in the city
isthe Alpine. They do not fall to de
liver the goods to their patrons. It
is not much to say that the Alpine
has become an established business
out in North Nashville, and is more
and more becoming a permanent fix
ture. THEATRICAL NOTES.
E. E. Thompson's Military Hand
furnished the music for the annual
ball of the New York, New Haven and
Hartford Railroad Association, held
at Manhattan Casino, New York C'itv,
last Mondav, May 7.
The tenth annual recital and dance
of Martin-Smith .Music school was
held on Friday evening, May 11. was
(he season's chief an dbost attrac
tion. A most unique exposition of the
talents of New York's colore. 1 youth
will be offered in the special features
which have been arranged. After the
recital is over dancing will he the order ;
over which music Mr. F. Pedro and j
Miv. Mildred Franklin will preside.
The invincible concert company of
the Williams Lyseum Bureau, Chica
go, appeared at Bethel A. M. E.
Church. New York City, Monday even
ing, April 30.
Alpha Physical Culture Club, inc., j
held its spring souvenir dance on last j
Friday evening, May 4. at Manhatten j
i asinos. .music lor tne occasion was
furnished by Donges' New Amuster
Philips Giles, who has just return -
fcd from Genoa, Italy, is showing the
original Gills songs and dance to a
gasping multitude at Gibson's Stand
ard Theater in Philadelphia last week.
The Alarshall sisters have gone to
Odis Kantian, the contortionist, bet
ter known as the Snake-man, has add
ed several new tricks to his acts.
Billy Nichols, who has been ill for
bo long at the Cook Country Hospital,
Chicago, is slowly recovering, will be
among his friends in a few days.
Mr. Charles E. Davis, the veteran
actor who has been wintering in
Philadelphia, this winter joined the
Anita Bush Stock Co., at Cleveland,
O., April 30th.
MISS BROOKS GUEST
Chicago, 111., May 3 Miss Theressa
Burrough Brooks is the guest this
week of Mr. and Mrs. Billy King. She
will make her home with them for
the season. Her work has been bo
pleasing on the stage, her acting so
dainty and artistic that the Kings
have become greatly attached to the
actress. Wednesday noon, she was the
guest, of Miss Nora Hallowarv, IS W
Mrs. John T. Gibson, wife of mana-i
ger Gibson of the New Standard Thea
tre, Philadelphia, has just returned
from Boston, Mass., where she has I
been visiting relatives. She had a tie- i
ligtful trip and they were all glad
to see her.
Tommy Parker and Baby March,
have Just finished all return dates
throughout Virginia on the Dudly
time and are now playing at the
Kegent Theatre, Baltimore, Md. They
would like to hear from all friends.
Helo Bob Russel land Billy Owens.
Jimmle Dick and Burt Green, the
two funny boys, are putting over
. some act. They were on the Dudley
time at Hopewell V. A. week of the
30th Washington D. C. and the week
of the 7th. They send regards to
A NOTE OR TWO.
Felix B. Harris, the Ministrel kid
who is featured with the Great Ameri
can show is at Dayton, Ohio, the
present week. He is making a great
impression everywhere the trick plays.
Anita Bush and Co., opened a two
weeks engagement at the Grand Cen
tral, Cleveland, Ohio. The reports are
fine, and it is understood that they
will cover the entire consolidated
Joe Sheftall's Eight Black Dots are
splitting the week between Tulsa and
Sapulpa, Okla. That is the only act
ever played over this time, and they
are a distinct hit all along the line.
Green and Pugh, the boys who
stuck, are still on the Butlerfield
time, and the press reports are flatter
ing in the extreme. They are at Mus
kegon, Mich., at the present time.
The Black Sox's pilot, after weigh
inK tne Maroons found out that the
onlv wav ,hat tnev could stop the
w""mls res oi me .Maroons wouiu
be to send Branham to the hill and
tney ul(1 and the fast Maroons went
down at the count of 4 to 0. The
Nationals took the field for practice
and their thousand dollar infield
drilled like soldiers and the fans
said that' McGraw had better take
those children in blue home for they
U!"d? " him.' JdJ" h,tt?
the only chance and my team of
youngsters are In form and hitting
like clever fellows. Solomon the
! strong man could not fill his en
jgagement on the hill for the Swifts
Monday at the opening game so he
to i sent Sampson a stronger man to the
hill and he, although a real hill-billy
and raised on the corporation hill
understands falling off a hill and he
did it like a big leaguer and gained
the victory over the Nationals for
the Swifts by a score of 5 to 3 and
would have blanked the Nationals
had it not been for his wild pitch
ing that caused the three scores that i
the Nationals made. Sunday the
Swifts are going out to Greenwood
Park 0111 With Solnmnn nd Knmnmn
the hill for the Swifts there will
e or no chance for the Ma-
" i" ivfiumi Hiueuuieu game
s,,,i,,v nftom,., -hn
t,w,,.i 1,1 I. n -1 1 . . 1 1
the Nationals are going to whallop
tne cnampton Sox in the Dell and
these games are all going to be
worth while and you should see each
and every one of them.
STANDING OK CAPITAL CITY
Black Sox 1
H. H. Swifts 1
B. II. Swifts vs Maroons
wood Park. May 13th.
Black Sov vs Nationals,
Park. May 14th.
Here is the score of the
Played by the Black Sox v Mar ..,
Stratum, 3 b.,
King, r f . . . . ,
.lames, c f
Phillips, s s .
Frye. lb ...
Branham, p .
Hritton, c f
Blair, 1 f, p . .
K. Patton, s s.
Whitsitt. 3 b .
.1. Patton, 1 b .
Green, c . . . .
Carney, r f . . .
W. Patton, 2 I
9 21 9 0
.24 li 5 IS 8 2
Summary Two base hits, Ware,
McGavock. Bains, Whitsitt; Struck
mil hv Itrnnhnm O D.l.r..... o tii..
...... .... .....,,,,. , ivuucia Dimr
3: Huso on hullu rtrunhu,,, ft i..KnH,rt
1 l i,Pfi ,,n base Black Snv 7 'Mn.
Time of game 1 hr. 15 min.
The champion Black Sox won their
first game by their all round ball
playing. They played a great game
and scored a shut out.
Mi-. Dalton Bell, of Pardue
was here Sunday.
Mr. Robert Williams of Pleasant
View was here Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Bell of Pardue, Tenn.,
spent Saturday with friends.
Muster Martin Phillips spent Sun
day at home.
Mrs. Gill of Joelton, Is here for a
week or two.
Little M-'ss Martha Louise Cleaves
was the guest Sunday of Miss Annie
-Mr. Luna Gleaves of Bellsburs,
spent Sunday here.
Mr. Jim Hodgens of Blue Spring
Creek was here Saturday.
.Mr. Harvie Hunter of Hunter's
Chapel was hero Saturday.
Miss Beulah Mai Baltlirop was in
Mr. Henry Y'oung spent the week
end at home.
i.Mr. Dudley Walker is at home.
Mrs. Gertrude Jackson of Bellsburg
was rPre Saturday.
M f.. Willie Drake entertained twen
y children last Tuesday afternoon in
honor of the sixth birthday of her
l'tt'e daughter. Ruby,. Games were
played.after which a threecourse menu
was served. The popularity of the hon-
oree iwas attested by the number of
beautiful pesents received.
On May 30, every one is requested
to meet mt the cemetery, for the pur
pose of cleaning it off and decorating
The third quarterly conference was
beld Sa'Jirrta.w afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rev. .1. S. Kelly, P. E., will conduct the
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
. - . .
Helen Holmes, star of "The Rail
road Raiders," Mutual-Signal photo
Dr. Whittier H. Wright left the
ity' today for Savannah, Ga., where
he will spend a week attending the
Georgia State Colored Medical Asso
ciation which convenes there.
Dr. Edw. F. Aaoms, Jr., leaves In
a few days for Chicago, 111., and
Indianapolis, Iml., where he will
spend a few days. The doctor takes
this as a pleasure tr'p ami we hope
to have him report a delightful time
in a few days.
Miss Daisy Martin has been indis
posed for the past ten days, but we
are glad to see her out again. Miss
Martin expects to go to Chicago in a
few days," from whonce she will go
to st. Iiuis, where she will spend
the summer. She will accept a po
sition with the Conservative Manu
facturing Co., of Indianapolis.
Miss Louise Vannoy of this city
spent a few days last week with her
parents in Manchester. Miss Vannoy
reports a pleasant trip and will re
main here until July, when she ex
pects to go Eat on an extended
trip. She has been teaching at Man-
' "ester, but when she returns sh
expects to accept a position offered
her in Missouri.
Mrs. Laura Topp Miller of Chicago,
111., who was the guest of her sister,
Mis. Eliza Jackson,' 423 Eighth ave
nue, N., has returned to Chicago.
Mrs. Ellen M. Hammonds Owens
of Hyde Park, Cincinnati, is the
puest of he -, aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth
Jackson. 423 8th ave., X.
HOW TO SAVE.
J. II. Foreman, llth Avenue and
Jefferson. Our Seventeenth Annual
Spring Showing of Shoes, Dry Good
Special for Saturday and Monday.
Ladies' Hose uhitn nr MnMi im'i
10c: Children's Hose, pair 10c; Wide
Percale, loc yard; Sheets, size 72x9n,
bleached, ,"flc each; White Flaxon.
wide, sheer quality, 25c value, 19c
yard; 5k- skirtins;, yard wide, wide
i range of patterns, also new stripes,
I a yard, 2-V; New Fancy 1 Stripe
'"a''ras- . vaiue. VM-, unite voile,
self stripe, 2.c vaute, a yard l.V,
15c Curtain Scrim, 10c; Men's fl
Shirts, new patterns, 2 for $l.ji;
! Men's Union Suits, each 48c; 15c
! l adies' Vests, each 10e; Children's
j tlresse-. '?"( value, fur 50c; 9Sc Bun
ealow Apr"us. nuu'e of best material
for C4c; Ladies' 7.5c Waists, each
r.iic: Best Quality Dress Ginshams.
yard 12 l-2c; Boys' extra good 35c
Hose, sizes t 11, vair 19c: Girls'
J extra gend white or black 35c Hose
sizes to 9 1-2. 19c; Safety Pins, eood
quality. on dozen on card, dozen 2c;
e O. X. T. Crochet Thread, mercerized.
0 3 tor 25c; 3.5c Wide Ribbon No. 10O
0 j and 12'. all shades 1Sc; 75c Middies.
0 all styles, each 50c; Wide Embroid
1 cry. a yard 5c; Dimity Check, 12 1-2
1 value, Kk.
! .1. H. FOREMAN. "The Quality
! ' Store." Cor. 11th Avenue, X., and
t i Jefferson street.
Mrs Lrttie Anthony Hyde of St.
Paul, Minn., who are visiting Nash
ville (lun'n-? the nfnter, sent a Two
Dollar cash donation to the Y. M. C.
A. While she does not reside In Nash
ville nd tihis was her first visit, she
wrote tihat she was so impressed with
the activ'tles of the city that she felt
like helping in her small way.
Mrs. Laura Ferguson, Miss Anna
Ferguson, Miss Florence Ferguson and
Mr. Charlie, Hanson of Columbia left
Saturday afternoon for Detroit, Mk"h.
for an. indefinite stay. WMe in De
troit they will be the guests of Mir.
and Mrs. R. L. Clemlenen,
'Miss Florence Fersueson spent the
day in the city saying good-bye to her
miany trends and class mates before
leaving for Detroit. Mich.
Her many friends regretted very
much to see her leave.
Mrs. Mbi'.tie Knnard, Mrs. Alice Ber
ry, Rev. J. T. Patton, Mrs.-- Anria
Huehes of Frank'.'n. Tenn., and Rev.
Bowan of Springfield, Tenn., were in
town last .week v'sitine the bedside of
Mrs. A. H. M.oBroom at Dr. McMil
Mrs.'" Ma nr T. Duke f 1720
Thompson streel is cnvales(4ng
utter an illness of five weeks.
Mrs. Geneva Phillips Kimble left
the citv several davs ago to join her
husband. Mr. J. C. Kimble, in St.
Louis, Mo., where thev will reside in
the future at 2233 Wash Avenue.
Mrs. Kimble is the daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. Andv Phillips of 320 Berrv
street. She has a host of friends
who regret to learn of her departure.
Mrs. Susie Lanier, a former resi
dent of Nashville, who now resides In
Chicago III., was called here Friday
morning on a very sad occasion, the
death of 'her mother, Mrs. Margaret
Yarbrousrh. Mrs. Lander will eturn to
Mrs. John MK-Lemore of Thompson
Station, Tenn., was in the citv Sunday
o a'te-ii the f'inpral of her mother,
Mrs. Margaret Yarbrough.
Mr. T. H. Hardlson of No. 6
Marshall St., Nashville, Tenn., is
now making all efforts to spend the
summer at Alderson, W. Va., where
ho will enloy to be with his many
good Christian friends.
Mrs. Ella Ballentine, formerly of
Pulaski, Tenn., but who now re
sides in Rosewell, N. Mex., for the
last two years underwent a very
serious operation on April 30th, is
doing as well as could be expected at
Mrs. Martha rGaven and son,
Luther Graven of Oakland, Cal., are
in the city visiting her mother and
father. Dr. and Mrs. Jefferson Lytton
of J713 1-2 Patterson St.
Estella Mallord, 18. 11 Dlst.
Sam Sharp, 31, 144 Twelfth Ave.,
Paralee Douglass. 64, rear 816
Nettie Hainey. 23. 717 Kentucky St.
Anday Feashier. 72. 618 1-2 Sly
villi ii street
Margaret Yarbrough, 89. 1007
Tillman Johnson, 35. Vanderbilt
Edna Edwards, 68. 516 1-2 6th
Martha Cobb. 95, 2115 6th Ave.,
Clara Blackwell, 27, 1213 llth
Infant of Richard and Elsie
Thompson, 8 days, 903 Sigler St.
Infant of Alberta Moore, 4 days,
2015 12th Avenue. North.
Eliza Barnes, 63, 915 Haslam St.
Mary Curtis Ellison, 4 months,
1605 Cedar St.
Sallie Wilson, 52, Vanderbilt Hos
pital. Lucy Vaughn, 30 Delaware and
John) Stewart, 21, 24 Green St.
Ernest Turner, 8, 927 43rd Ave.,
George and Tennessee Crawford,
1913 Mosena St., girl.
Napoleon and Minnie Gregory,
414 6th Ave.. S.. girl.
John and Mattie Tolston, 1009 8th
Ave., South, girl.
Robert and Corlee Toney, its 05
Church St.. boy.
Clem and Fannie Gilmore, 418
14th Ave., X., girl.
T. Clay and Clev Moore, 2032 Jef
ferson St., girl.
Tom and Elizabeth Bracey,
Cedar St., boy.
Alex and Anna W hiteside,
Charles Burton and Mattie
Reeves, 217 First Ave.. S.
Albert Williams and Laura Wal
ker, 429 llth Ave., X.
James Whitworth and Fannie Lee
Hartsfleld. 322 13th Ave.. N.
Lewis Wilson and Estelle Keeble,
35 Hill St., N.
Wilbur Capps and Annie Mai Sub
lett, Murfreesboro Road.
George Jones and Velma Vaughn,
4604 Utah Ave.
Richard Seay and Nellie Ridley,
Benton McGee and Alberta De
Moss, 1203 10th Ave., S.
James Cowan and Fannie May
Brown, 1108 1-2 Cedar St.
Jim Freeman and Rachel Cald
well, Bakers' Station.
James Johnson and Rosie Frank
lin, 1124 Jo Johnson Ave.
Joe Morris and Mary Babb, 609
A. B. Grisby and Amand Durinan,
1206 South street.
William Blair and Ida Hays, 1443
13th Ave., S.
James Cathey and Ida Lowe, 2005
Win. McKinley Barnes and Sarah
Parker, 2418 Wells St.
Ed Payne and Lillie Davis, 1255
12th Ave., N.
Dave Newsom and Allene Robert
son, Hydes Ferry Pike (4 miles.)
H i., ."I. I '
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M. DeBAPTIST ASfiURNir taiiure Bishop Lee's record Is
President of the Womans' Convention
Auxiliary to the National Baptist Con-
-ti h ta.
VK,y 1 urr.Z i tA m . ' sents so much blood money. It rep
ffl resents a burden that. l,n completely
Nashville June 14. Mrs As v "J6 ; paralyzed the Church in this State
of the est known women In America..,. wa(er d
Great Morality Spectacle
"The Mighty" at State
Normal Presented Fri
day Night May 18.
"The Mighty," a morality spectacle,
written bv a member of State Nor-
ma faculty, will be pre ented at thisi
institution Friday n ght, May 18 by
150 State Normal students.
The clay is based on a statement
made by Dr. J. I. Vance, the local
prominent white Presbyterian minis-
i .-a i'Mt ...iiti int
Blood, but Justice is the basis of
From the rise of the curtani in
the first scene showing the "Star of
Bethlehem" to the closing of the last
act, presenting "The Hope of Peace"
the uppermost Idea kept forward is
that. "Old Glory" Is the flag to teach
Liberty to the entire world.
Bv tableaux and minature drama
"The Mighty" attempts to illustrate
the moral that through Justice only
can a nation hope to be mighty, be
cause Justice is the basis of brother
hood and Brotherhood is the sure
foundation of a united people in
whatever enterprise that nation is en
There are seven parts with four
distinct scenes to the play. State Nor
mal has already built a portmanteau
theatre, fully equipped with border
lights, three sets of foot-lights, lights
for effect,' etc.
The entire cast of 150 students will
ous -.entertainments that .has ever
been given by any school in Nashville.
The 150 students are well balanced
and trained for the performance and
just at this time when the very air
seems permeated with the war spirit
the great spectacle is expected to be
especially interesting and instructive.
The author of "The Mighty" had in
mind racial betterment and national
solidarity In the present crisis In his
work and these are expected to appeal
greatly to the audience.
The entire ast ot 150 students will
be seen In procession marching
through the chapel beginning prompt
ly at 8 o'clock the time set for the
play to commence. During the Inter
missions some splendid exhibition of
dancing will be seen in connection
with the play.
There is small doubt that the State
Normal chapel will hold the mammoth
audience that is expected to greet this
play next Friday night as already
there is the greatest demand being
made at the institution for seats for
the big drama.
Graduating exercises were held at
Twin College, April 23, 1917, at
which time Mme. F. L. Bruce of
Pembroke, Ky., received her diploma
in Beauty Culture including hair and
scalp treatment, hair dressing mani
cure and massage. Quite a splendid
program was rendered suitable to the
occasion. Among the numbers Mme,
Bruce's little daughter, Viola render
ed a very excellent vocal solo. Mme.
A. W. Saunders' little daughter and
trade mark for her college Regina
and Noami rendered Instrumental
duet Mountain Twilight, waltz, was
beautifully rendered. Diplomas were
given by Rev. J. H. Crooks with fitting
remarks. Closing remarks with great
credit to the college full of enthus
iasm by President and founder, Mme.
A. W. Saunders. After which a de
licious course of cream and cake
TY. Former President John A. Kumler
was an honored visitor and speaker
at chapel hour on Wednesday of last
The names of three former Walden
students were inadvertently omit
ted from the list given last week of
those among the graduates of Me
harry. They are: Edgar T. Dennis,
James H. Johnson and James Ik
Bishop I. B. Scott, A. B.. (1880).
preached the baccalaureate sermon
at Meharry Auditorium to the Me-
harry graduate classes of 1917 on
Sunday morning, April 29..
The Treble Clef Club assisted in
the music at Meharry commencement
exercises at Rynian Auditorium,
Thursday evening, May 3.
ihe annual meeting of the Walden
Circle was held Monday evenlne.
May 7, in the college chapel, Mr.
Edgar D. Hall presiding in the ab
sence of the president of the Circle,
t-roi. j. u. uatte. Excellent music
for the evening was given by Clark
Memorial choir. Satisfactory re
ports were made by the various of
ficers. Dr. E. A. White, president
of the "college, gave the address of
the evening commending the results
already attained and encouraging to
continue and greater achievements.
SUSPENSION IN ORDER.
(Continued from page 1.)
money, from which not a dime's
worth of good coniej to us in return.
I am opposed to tins idea of sacrific
ing the Church upon the altar of ed
ucation through these useless, cross
road makeshifts of schools.
Speaking of the practice of bor
rowing money to meet these extor
tionate assessments, Bishon Lee has
already served notice on the men that
he wants no debts made against
churches for such purposes. He says
it enrages the people, sets them to
complaining and does great injury to
tne ctiurcii. who dares deny the
t.latement? The men are with B.shon
Lee; the not only respect
liim. but they love him, be
cause he has a heart, and, better
still, because he is honest. And yet,
if 1 am to be voted down, I do hope
that some strict record will be kept.
and tliat the men who do the voting
will l e made to "pay the fiddler
They will say by their vote, that the
r.ioney dempnded to meet the present
needs of this school can be gotten
from the people. That belnj; true, it
is only tair that they he forced to
et it and not come up from year to
year with bard luck tories. In other
words, they have no rWit to say it
can he done, then "lay down" like
cowards on Bishop Lee, and besmircU
his record as Bishop witli the odium
aireaoy nrmiy estamisiieu, una he lias
has been done during the past four
,.W Al.A 1.,..n L31. li.....UT-
" ",c .'c.iio -iieio.ivuiB repre-
xuui ui iiih uew uuiHiiug; u pours
through. We owe a large sum on the
building and creditors are pushing
us; our teachers are unpa'd, and Dr.
Jones needs half the money we are
suppled to raise this year, to square
up with them; n few weeks ago the
good Lord saw fit to "take from us''
such' as we had in the way of a Boy's
Dormitory, and now we keep both
boys and girls in one building; nnd.
Jone9 to "give-up the
... . . ...
now comes the sad news that Dr.
: Into other hands. By all means.
brethren, let's suspend operation
awhile. Ions enough at least to 'Vpit
on our bands." and possibly get an
'Pern's my sentiments;'
what you please.
Mrs. TMIa Ballenitloe, ' formerly oi
Pubsk, Tenn., but who now resides
In Roswe.1.1 N. Mlex., for the last two
years underwent a very serious opera
Hon on Apr'l :t0th. She is doing as
well as could e expected at this iwc
The Ryman Auditorium
At a meeting of the Committee on
arrangements for the Sundav School
Congress that was held on Thursday,
and of which Rev. J. A. Brown is the
chairman, a report was formulated
and the announcement made that the
Ryman Auditorium had been secured
for the Mammoth Sunday School
Mass Meeting to be held on Sunday
June 17th under the auspices of the
Sunday School Congress.
The Committee in making the re
port, stated that in securing the
auditorium they felt that they had
secured the largest building in the
city available and easily accessible for
the occasion. The following report
is to be made Monday morning at the
Ministers' Conference: '
The Committee on Arrangements
report that we"-have secured ' the
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HER DOUBLE LIFE
FRIDAY, MAY 18TH
Ryman Auditorium for 3rd Sunday in
Committee: Rev. J. A. Brown,
Chairman, Mr. G. P. Baker, Secretary,
Rev. E. W. Hawthorn, Rev. H. M.
Burns, Mr. Thos. G. Marshall, Rev.
Eli Cleggett, Rev. J. B. Ridley.
Dr. White IN Memphis.
Dr. G. E. White, the prominent Eye
Ear Nose and Throat Specialist, was
called to Memphis, Tenn., Monday, to
perform and operation.
Dr. White Is one of the young phy
sicians of the city, but in the past four
or five years his work has become well
known. Having been educated abroad
and receiving his medical and special
training in Queen's University, Kings
ton Ontario, Canada, a school whose
curriculum Is rated as superior to
that of many of the universities of
Europe, as an Eye Ear Nose and
Throat specialist he is without peer
and as a surgeon he is emminently
fitted for his work.
95 VISITS MADE TO
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Chapel, Walden Campus. Lake Provi
dence Baptist Church.
At the meeting Monday night when
the reports were made it was found
out that ninety-five visits were made
by the squadron. The workers reported
they had been received and given a
great ovation at every stop. They de
clared they did not halt at the city
limits. One team went as far as Flat
Rock, another to Brentwood, another
to Rock City, and still another to
Whites Creek, while another went to
Newtown. It was agreed before the
close of the meeting that on Sunday
the campaign is to be extended. Volun
teers offered their service to spread
the gospel of better Sunday schools
in Gallatin, Murfreesboro, Antioch,
Columbia, Dickson and surrounding
cities and to continue this each Sun
day until the Congress meets.
Rev. Smith, the Pastor of the White
Eapb'st Church, was in our imidst Sun
day evening. Dr. M. E. Jackson, the
Pastor of Woodfolk Chapel at Shelby
vlile, preached for the Tribe Judan,
Sunday evening at 3:30 p.m. Dr. Jack
son, preached an excellent sermon. His
text can be found in Genesis 4!):lo.
The, Sceptre Shall not Depart from
Judah, nor a Lawiglver from Between
h,'s Feet Unl Shlloh Com. Dr. Jack
son imade it plain that the Tribe of
Judtthi was Itho igreatesit Tribe on
earth, because the Savi'or came from
that Tribe. Dr. Wilson, Rev. J. D.
Jaokson and Mrs. Laura (Ramson, to
gether with Mr. Peppers and Mr.
Fipencer all of She'lbyvilleiwere over in
our little town Sunday evening with
Rev. Jackson. Mr. Dawson Sutton of
Nashville was here vislt'.reg relatives
Snday. Rev. Hawlklns and Mrs. Mary
Kizer were the guests of Mr. Men
Ashley, the other side of Beeh Grove
Fn'dav. The May festival given last
week by the Tribes of Gad and Simieon
was a great success. Over 50.00 was
realized. Rev. T. G. White is in Colum
bia vs'lMn? friends. We understand
that Rev. White is conternirolatlng mar-
r'nee. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. White are
ee'tine th'flgs in trim to welcome tne
bride Sunda.vi evening, May lth at 3
p. m. Rev. Womack of Wartrace win
preach for the Tribe of Levi, Thursday
ri'irht. Mnv 17th. Rev. Ransom of Shel-
byville will preach for the 'Tribe of
Reuhen. Sunday May L'Uth. Kev
epoch of Shelbyville Willi preach for
the Tribe of Joseph Sunday May
Rev Henderson of Murfreesburg win
"reach for the Tribe of Benjam'n Sun
rtnv .Tune Rrd. Rev. J. D. JadVson of
TTiv)Twiii -will nreach for Tribe of
17m, hon Sundav June 10th. Pev. V. r
Williams of Cedar Grove will preach,
for the Tribe of iMianasseh. Rev. J. a
Foxall of Wartrace is to preach tor
tribe of Simeon. Bate not yet known.
Te Tribe of Asher has been taKen
nfti There are now onl.vi 8 tribes m
sead of wine. Instead of Mtrs. Bell Neil
being Queen of the Tribe of Manas
seh. 'Mrs. Melvlna Cooper. Mrs. Many,
Hart and Mrs. Laura Ashley are the
Queen's. Several have asked ine who
It was that sent in the news in regards
to the waiges of Dayton, Ohio. Let roe
A Morality Spectacle
ISO People ISO
With an exhibition of dancing durt g intermissions
FRIDAY, MAY 18, H u m.
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STATR KOHMAL CIIAIFI
The Railroad Raiders
Beginning: Saturday. May !9th..
and continuing: for fifteen week.
Prettier than ever and just as
"MysterXif the Double Crosa'VMiiy
A fve reel Mutual Ma tterpeica Toes' ay
"Peril qf the Girl reporter" Wedneiiay
Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Fatria" TfcirJay
"A Fortunate Youth" S Reel : , Friday
This galaxy of good things can
be teen only at
THfc STAR THEATRE
say in reply that Mrs. Laura Ashley
Is the respective lady. Saturday June
Jnd, there wiill be one of the largest
barbecues Bedford County Tias ever
witnessed, given by the Tribe of Reu
ben at Bell Buckle. I, Mary Kiaer,
would like to know if anyone in Nash
ville or any where else, can tell me
anything about John Ashley, my bro
ther. When last heard of, he was dn
Nashville and a member or the 'Do
An Old Nashville Citizen
Dies in Chicago.
We have just received the sad in
telligence of the death of Mr. Jerry
Harrison who died Sunday morwlns
at hi!s residence 3510 Dearborn St.,
Chicago, 111. Mr. Harrison lived for
miinv vesrs in the city of Nashville
and while here made many friends.
His membership as well as mat oi
hi's family was at the First Baptist
Church, sth Ave., N., then pastored
by Dr. W. S. Ellington. After leaving
Nashville he joined the Ebenezer Bap
tist .Church in- Chicago, pastored by
Rev. Thomas who conducted the fune
ral services. He leaves a wife three
daughters and a host of relatives and
friends to mourn his loss.
Madame f. C Hicks Spe
ial Treatment of Scalp.
A hinnl mnVps hair and the blood
may be treated through the scalp and
by using her treatment guarantee
1. Mme. Hicks' Antiseptic Sham
poo cleans the scalp. Restores life
to sick nair. ,
2. Hickzlne. Try it tor oeauiy
sake. After shampooing tne nair
use according to directions, i win
guarantee best results.
3. Mme. HICKS uanaruu aciuumi,
Guaranteed to stop hair from falling ,
out and turn gray hair dark.
4. Mme. Hicks Hair nesiorei.
Promotes growth, stops falling hair.
Will make short hair grow.
These four remedies by careful
study of the hair and scalp were dis
covered and manuiaciurea Dy mmo.
Agents wanted in every town 10
take the trade and handle the goods.
Write for information. All letterB
answered promptly by enclosing ex
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Phone No. 215 Red.
YOU ABE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.