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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917.
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trlbutlon of our resources at reason
able prices. What Is of most specific
interest to labor as a class, the regu
lation proposed means materially
lower food prices than are now pre
vailing. Chairman Hoover said the
other day that the food administra
tion should reduce prices on certain
necessaries by perhaps 30 per cent.
The fact is of record that in European
countries where rlpid government
regulation is exercised, despite smal
ler supplies, food is sold at lower
prices than are now charged in this
The cost of living has advanced
more rapidly than wages, and will
continue to do so. The government
cannot compel higher wages, nor is
there any way in whtch provision can
he made for increasing vases propor
tionately with the cost of living. The
easier way has been pointed out in
Europe. It is for the government to
assume supervision over the distri
bution of necessaries, and see that
available supplies are distributed
equitably at such prices as the peo
ple can afford to pay in existing cir
I-abor should be unanimous for
government food control, because it
will benefit labor more directly and
immediately than any other class.
GOOD AS ANY
BETTER THAN MANY
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YOU CAN HAVE
If Anxious ft Improve
Your Hiir and Gerenl
There are so many so-called hair
growers on the market, a large num
ber of which are nothing more than
perfumed grease, it is no wonder peo
ple get discouraged and lose faith In
all hair tonics. In deciding on what
to use on your scalp be sure and get
a remedy of proven merit. Seeby's
Quinade is a highly medicated po
made that has stood the test of time.
It is the invention of a New Yorn
chemist, and is made under the per
sonal supervision of a licensed phar
macist of many years' experience.
Quinade stimulates and nourishes
the roots of the hair, causing a nat-
I'he genial doctor says he has no ! ural growth of long hair. It makes
$1500.00 Rally at St.
Special to the Globe:
Dr. J. H. Hale is heading the laymen
in St. Paul's big fifteen hundred dol
lar rally which is to be held Sunday.
New Tork Oi;lce
Chl.'acfl Office, Frost
Atlanta Office, Frost and Frost,
Nashvlll. Office. Frost and Frost, Inde
pendent Life tSiiiniins.
Frost and Frost.
and Frost, Adver-
THE BOY AND THE BUTTERFLY.
We saw a boy chasing a butterfly
across a vacant lot the other day. The
beautiful insect would outstrip him
momentarily and drop to the pinna
cle of a weed or flower, but scarcely
was it at rest ere the eager, pantlne
youngster would be on it again, en
deavoring to imprison it in his hn'.
which he was using as a net. The
pursuit continued for some minutes,
not one whit of good but rather in
jury, juiil at the same time take from
TVnn.. June 22.'l7,,hp livin" xvor" something that con
trilni'od to its sweetness and heatrv
m, T . i vi nen we seen the vain and the:
TK.U Kl.D BACK TO Till: MINKS. ; trivi.,1. neglecting the snbstanl an
The announcement that the Lehkh tl,e important, we are cha ag huf '
Valley Coal Pales Company has dc- teri'ies; we are wasting time and en-1
dared a ;:o per cent cash dividomi. : "fting mischief, just like this idlc.i
payable July 1 1, will be received wiih an1 vt 1101 really idle, youth. Ho j
interest by o;hers than stockliolders ,!1,uh "f 1,lis world's sorrow arises'
Anybody who bought anthracite last ' fmm lisosit ion to pursue the paint-!
winter will have at least an acadei.i- C(1 all(1 "10 gaudy, which do no harn
lotibt that the membership of St. Paul
will be right there with the money
when the curtain rises.
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ic interest in that dividend.
The Lehigh Valley Sales Company
operates the mines formerly owned
by the Lehigh Valley Railroad and
divorced from that ownership by net
of Congress. Tho best Congress
could do, in the light of supremo
court Interpretation, was to prescribe
that coal mines should not he,
owned by common carriers. It I
should not prescribe that the'
mine?. should not be owned j
by the same people that own common '
currier stock. The coal company, no-'
cortlingly, though no longer owned
by the railroad, is controlled by tin'
same stockliolders thai control tin, i
lailroad. It is interesting to ii,,tr
(hat the divon e has not injuriously
affected the earnings of the minli;?'
end of the business. Also it is uuil
fying to curiosity to II ml that earn
ings of the coal mine make such an
imposing showing. With tho business
of the mines and the railway lumped!
it was difficult to figure out just I
which was making the money. j
From t lie standpoint of the ult!-i
mate consumer, however, tho most
interesting feature of this fat riivi-j
dend is the disclosure that the mint j
owners have not been suffering as
much as some would have us infer bvj
reason of the existence of abnormal
Irade conditions. II is well remem
bered how the operators put in a
busy winter, explaining that Ihev
were in no wise responsible for the
high prices of anthracite. They had
a lot of explanations. The burden if
Ihem was that the responsibility lay
somewhere between the jobber, the
transportation medium and the re
tailer. For their own part, it was
explained, the operators had to pa;
more for labor and for every ele
ment entering into production. They
insisted that their price for coal at the
mine was reasonable and that con-(-timers
must look elsewhere for the!.
fiource of legitimate complaint.
The jobbers, railway men and re
tailers can do their own explaining
The fact stands, however, that the
Lehigh concern, operating simply as
a producing corporation, will pay a
cash dividend next month amounting
to almost one-third of its capital
stock. The dividend tells its own
Btor of nbnormal profits on tbo part
of one set of mine owners.
The federal trade commission has
served notice on the anthracite op
erators that conditions in that in
dustry will not warrant further rises
in prices next fall. The dividend
just' declared by the Lehigh Valley
Pales Company goes to confirm the
soundness of the judgment expressed
by the trade commission.
if lefl alone, but winch in our hand
becomes a twofold source of regret:
A bird at the top of a swaying tree
the butterfly iillimatcly assuring it
Well, it occurs to us that sonic
relf of continued freedom by rising
high in the summer sky beyond the
reach of its earth-held enemy.
We have seen men just like that
hoy bent on securing something
that tho attainment of could do them
is a blessing; a bird in a cage is a
DR. JULIAN CALDWELL.
will preach at i p. m. Dr. Clark is a
speal'Or of no mean ability, and is the
idol of his church. There is no doubt
of a large congregation to hear him.
w i ' e remembered that the
church lias undergone some badly
needed repairs and It is money is to
be raised to liquidate the indebtedness
the hair soft, smooth and glossy, ana
easy to put up In the style desired.
To get the best results from the
use of Quinade the scalp should be
1 shampooed at regular intervals with
I Seeby's Quinasoap. Quinasoap is made
entirely out of vegetable oils, princi
pally cocoanut oil, and contains no
! animal fat of any kind. It lathers
j vel.y freely and is a thorough cleans
er. Quinasoap leaves the hair soft and
1 fluffy, and imparts a refreshing feel
; ing to the scalp, unequalled by any
I Do not "accept any substitute, but
' insist on getting Seeby's Quinade and
! Seeby's Quinasoap, asking for them by
the full name. If your druggist or deal
1 er does not stock these two articles
ask him to obtain them for you from
bis wholesaler. The price is 2,ric each.
Write to Sceby Drug Co., 79 East
' 1 "nth street New York City, for a
'saw pie, mentioning the name of this
one of the most forceful preachers of
the A. M. E. Church will occupy the
pulpit at U a. m. and it. is a foregone
conclusion that he will preach to a
large audience as he is universally
popular. Rev. C. H. Clark, the eminent
pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist church
is a thorough business man and
knows just what the people want! I
ml H.d mi full aiva i a I.u,,i 13
" .A WWW " V fc IBII tV BIIV l V UVU.
From the Auditorium Theatre, ac.
companied by Mr. Peter Williams a
prominent Atlanta Undertaker, Mr.
Black drove us in his new Buick car
to theatre 81, where I had the oppor
tunity to meet that little mother ot
Stock Companies, Miss Anita Bush.
Miss Bush invited us behind the
curtain and we spent a half hour
very pleasantly chatting over theat
rical affairs. She is really a busy
little woman and deserves any
amount ot praise that can be heaped
upon her. She has been at Theatre
81 for four weeks, and is booked tor
another tour weeks. She has a
change of bill twice a week. She is
an untiring and conscientious work
er. In Savannah I found that Mrs.
Josephine Stiles kept busy at the
I'ekin Theatre. The crowds are large
each day and night and business
seems evidently good.
Next week will find me In Phila
delphia with my good friend C. Ed
ward Wells of the Philadelphia Tri
bune. Ed Wells is a "mighty quill
pusher" and gives out the best stage
dope from the Quaker Town. He is
an "old ace" with a young head. We
hope to see just what Irvin Miller,
Esther Bigeon, Garland Howard and
other friends are doing out East. -Whit
MEHARRY GRADUATE MADE EN
VIABLE RECORD ON THE STATE
BOARD MEDICAL EXAMINATION.
Dr. E. B. Lewis, class of 1917, made
an indelible record on the State
Board Medical Examination held here
on the 8th and 9th of May. He is
He is now being recommended by
tha State to the Surgeon-in-Chief of
the United States Reserve Corps.
1!!E YOUNG MAN WHO ACTS g
on the advice of an older man and
starts a savings account will be
taking an important step on the
road to success. Saving cannot be
begun too early. The sooner you
' start the sooner you'll have a fund
large enough to be of use when
opportunities are offered as they
surely will be. It takes only one
dollar to open an account here.
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
v5 fL" -POSITIVELY, .i??"?.
Tt SS' AMrtAiryAjuv:Tl.ncoLilg15 yvYLIE HVE I
MR. HICKMAN IN CANADA,
Advices have just reached Nash
Ullo that Mr. T. Lloyd Hickman, the
pololst and reader, who visited Nash
ville several years ago, is spending
the summer at Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada. Mr. Hickman graduated
from Dennison University up in Ohio,
and has entered the Theological Sem
inary at Rochester, N. Y. His home
is St. Paul, Minn.
body, somewhere ought to have
enough goodness of heart to look into
the future of the Negro inmates or
the Randall Cole Industrial School.
What are you going to do about it,
If some men were as energeic
helping themselves as they are i:i
helping to boost oilier people, their
wives would soon quit borrowing
sugar from her neighbors.
The toothsome blackberry will soon
disport itself in jam, pies and cob
blers. Oh, joy!
there you, swat the potato
(It seems that Dr. Whit Wright
can't get away from his first love,
bear what he has to say. Editor.)
1 have just had an occasion to
make a trip to Savannah, Ga., and
had the pleasure of stopping fiver in
Atlanta and Macon. While in Macon
I visited the Colonial Theatre, owned
and operated by C. H. Douglass. This
is a dandy little house and is manag
ed by Mr. William H. Smith. They
had on a very good bill, and the at
tendance was exceptionally large.
The migration wave has by no means
affected the patronage of this house.
In Atlanta 1 had the pleasure of vis.
lting the Auditorium Theatre operat
ed by Mr. Reuben Black. Mr. Black
The good die young, but the bad
lives to get old, and to be a news
paper man like Owen of the Gate I
Furthermore, it is very exasperat
ing to a boy to have to pick potato I
bugs while a baseball game is in
progress on the adjoining lot.
But nTiout the time a fellow makes
up his mind to i religious and do
the Golden Rule he passes a neigh
bor's watermelon patch."'
j Oh, joy! Tresh river fish rolled
in water ground meal, fried in pure
j hog lard, a hoe cake of corn bread
j smeared with yellow butter, somei
I fresh garden tomatoes soused in purei
I apple vinegar. Verily, this is the I
I eatingest time of our life. Oh, bliss
LABOR AND KOOD CONTROL.
President Gompers' plea for sup
port of the proposed food control
legislation by organized labor is not
k.o surprising as is the disclosure
that such a pica should be deemed
necessary. The Intimation is that
pressure has been brought to bear
on Congress from labor sources
against government control of the
fooil situation and that it has been
To be sure, George Washington is
in mourning aa Henry Cameron has
It seems we were a little bit too
previous in bringing our palm beach
suit out from under where it had
been doing service as winter under
wear. Friday we were shivering
from cold as a result.
We were given some winter tem
perature on June irth, 1917. Now for
the recollections of our oldest inhabi
Some are born great, others i
achieve greatness while others buy a
Tho college graduate Is just now
busv finding out that this is a helluva I
Well, that was some Btire enough
elTeclive in nreiudicinir the nrosncctRi Sunday School Congress. Wasn't it,
for early adoption of the Lever bill
As President Gompers makes quite
plain, such opposition would be short
sighted and contrary to the best in
terests of the public, most particu
larly those of labor.
Government regulation of the food
supply in this country does not con
template such rationing as has been
resorted to in Germany. It contem
, plates rather the use of federal di
recting agencies to assure fair dls-
To be sure, the average small hoy
will hie himself away to the orchard
and regale himself with salt and
A lady of more or less uncertain
years, no matter If she has made a
failure of everything she has under
taken, is always sure she would be a
Fuccess ns a wife.
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DR. C. H. CLARK.
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This $25.00 course was reduced
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MEETS IN JACKSON INSTEAD OF
iTho Most worshipful Grand Lodge
of Free and Accepted Masons are
called to meet in Jackson, August
.19th The Grand Lodge at its last
session voted to meet in Memphis
this year, but events have since
transpired that made the change of
meeting place necessary and deslra-
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at . .
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go to the roots of the Hair, stimulateB
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Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a I aim
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Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with
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Price Sent by Mail, 50c; 10c Extra lor Postage
United States Ooal & Coke Company
300 Goal Loaders 300 Coke Pullers
260 New Houses being built, AH have elfttric lights
May 1st, 1917, a 10 per cent increase in wages was
granted, making the fourth increase in ast 15
Miners average over $5.00 per day. '
Coke Pullers average over $4.50 par oa.
s . -
Apply in person, or write (u
United States Coal & Coke Companj
ble. Grand Master Strayhorne, when
seen by the Globe- man, said that
everything, bo far as masonry was
concerned, was In flrBt-class condition
He Is very sanguine aB to the future.
The finances ol. the grand and sub
ordinate lodges, he said, are In a
very healthy condltlonr Many lodges
own their own halls, which are well
built and subatantlall and in many
Instances yielding handsome reve
nues. . v- . :