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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 20, 1917.
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LAST COURSE of EMBALMING
UNTIL ATTER THE WAR
AUGUST 1st LATEST DATE
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GRADliyis'fACU LJY4-r 5 CLASSES; f P
XI Is with Busby s Minstrels, aouDiing
ii-ih riifton. c. Bovd.
Alonio Wilson says hello Fred
Goodwin. How is old top? Write
me in care ot the Freeman some time;
have something up for you. Care
Georgia Smart Set Minstrels.
Pewayman Nlles, the contortion
ist, who stood and passed the fastid
ious test of Metropolitan criticism,
has the honor of head lining a bill
of all white acts at Tarrytown, N. Y.,
The Six Musical Millers while
Largest Class Now in Attendance
President J. L. LEA CH of SASH VILLE COLLEGE of EMBALMING announces the la.st class o the NASH
COLLEGE of EMBALMING will entervnon it's FINAL COURSE August 1st, and after that date no aiplicant will be
Dr J L LEACH has been commissioned First Lieutenant, Mciical Reserre Corps and will enter unon his dutiet at
the close of this class. Already the class numbers TEN men and It will increase as soon as the men can get awau from tneir
places of business.
All persons desiring THIS COURSE nwt report in Nashville on or not later than AUGUST 1st. The summer season i
the best season for the work owing to the fact that there is plentg of anatomical material for practical purposes and ihe various
Embalming fluids can be lesied out,
ONLY NEN and WO SI EM who are in business nr mitv hr contemplating enterityi business need anplv. "WE ARE
NOT MANUFACTURING EMBAI.MERS or UNDERTAKERS" sau llr. Leach. If a man aoesnt know what he wants he
had better decide b.-fure coming here. Wc ' t to help the mci in the profession and we don t encouraue others to lake It up-
Mrs. Beulah Frierson and Miss Quee
nle D. Frierson of Columbia, Tenn., are
in the citv visiting relatives and
j friends. '
I Call Main 4S43, that's the Chantaat.
! Mrs. Mamie Battle and little son Joe
1 C . will leave Saturday night f
Chicago, 111., where she will Join her
husband for the summer.
playing the Grand Central Theatre at i Walton left Saturday night for
Cleveland, Ohio, were engaged ! Cnicago. where thev will spend the re
play for one of the finest theatres in , nuUmler ot (ne summer with Mrs.
the city. They were booked tor next ; Foster-s daughter, Mrs. Willa Lee
week. ... 1 Parden of 1919 Park Ave.
Light lunches, the kind you like,
MAROONS vs. BLACK. SOX
Take CJreeiiwootl Cur.
Seymour James is finishing a two
week's engagement at the Pekin The-,
at re, Springliold. 111. Opens Monuay
at the Dunbar Theatre. Columbus, 0.,
having great success in the West;
Alex Bailey closed a successful en
gagement at the Washington The
atre, Indianapolis, July 8. Opens up
at the Hooker Washington theatre,
St. Louis. July lfith. Regards to Sam
and Kuima Hailey.
1 Charles English, of the team of
English and Mason, is at homo again
in Indianapolis after a stay of several
i weeks on the John Robinson shows.
He win be seen in vaudeville in the
Room and Board
TrrrnoN full Course
Official Text Books
Two in a Room
Bo.rd per Month.
l s. The School does wtRj-m and Uoarii Students. Those desiring can Work for their Room and Board.
FURTHER IVfORMATlON WRITE,
t. l.FACH. M P.. President
G. M. KENDRICK. M. P., Sec y
Nashville College of Embalming J
The following members of the Young
Men's lliismess League, namely are
herein- called to meet Monday night,
July I'llrd, at the V. H. F. Hall, 413 i
4th Ave. N. Pr. L. A. Bowman, It.
W. Reese. J. J. Adkinson, Carl Merrill,
Asst Sec'y Sam Tenner, J. Ralston
Kenan W. L. Miller, Aaron Cockril,
Geo. Phillips, East Nashville.
Pr. Ilownnin, as chairman of the ex
ecutive committee, is authorized to
notify all members that are in good
standing with the League, to meet at
8:30. By order of P. F. Hill, President
of the League.
Joseinh il. Campbell and Esther
Bryant, ti02 Magazine street.
Walter West and Lizzie Peoples,
rear 222 Fifteenth avenue, .north.
"V51l Crittendon and Idella Steele,
9ii! South Seventh street.
Will Allison and Tabbie Xewswu,
Matthew Edwards and Lula Rich
ardson, 712 Jo Johnson.
Jack Cup and Rosa BostM;, 1000
Milfort Chatman and Delia Vaughn,
(IK! S. Tenth street.
James Greer and Jennie Miller.
Osi-ar Hiilfaere and Minnie Boyd.
210 Twot't'h avenue, north.
Odif Caldwell and Georgia Burnett,
Spring Hill, Tenn.
AIIW. S. HART
IN A NKW IMCTITKK
"TIIK 1AMX MAKER'
JIKXT FRIDAY ASH SATURHAY.
I is connected with the Royal Theatre,
Asburv Park, N. J.
i Green Grass Mason, o Howard and
I Mason, has closed a successful trip
' over fncle Pud's time.
I John Maytield. late of P. G. Low-
i rev's Comnanv. is working with a
f six-piece band somewhere in Iowa.
! Minstrel Morris is playing return
' engagement in Cincinnati this week.
Next week in Indianapolis.
Mrs. Willie Too Sweet is in Pe
troit, Mich., with her mother and
brother. She is in good health.
Glenn V). and Bertha .Miller, S
J , n."' street, hoy.
S William and Vina Talley, 11"
p. Acklin, 64,
Today the Star Theatre is putting
"the greatest of all screen produc
tions," JEALOI'SY. This picture is
vividly portrayed by Valeska Suratt.
The other offerings at this cozy
theatre have been good. Manager
Ioore and his able assistant are to
be congratulated upon their splendid
"Damaged Goods" is the attraction
today and tomorrow. No children
inder sixteen years of age admitted.
It is said that this is the first time
this picture has been shown to col
ored people. It is believed that the
house will be packed at each per
formance. THE ALPINE.
Good houses all this week and good
Now open undsr New Management
lO, 1. and 2Sc.
Short Orders a Specialty
Open till Midnight.
WALTER BROWN, Prop.
Miller and Lyles are at the Pantage
Theatre, Portland, Oregon.
Bruce and Bruce Stock Company
are at Berascos, Memphis, Quintard
Miller is with them.
Mills and Frisby are at the Vau-
dette, Detroit, Michigan.
"Where is Speedy Smith? We have
some important information for him.
Saiom Tutt Whitnev who is ill has
the heartfelt sympathy of the pro
fession and the public generally, tie
is and always has been a genteel
gentleman and a star of the first
magnitude. Here is hoping he will
soon be himself again.
Park Gray, the comedian, is at Lib.
George Ecand and Beck Williams
I have doubled.
' Willie Williams is playing the
Park Theatre, Dallas, Texas.
Charles Anderson, the yodler, is
doing Uncle Pud's time.
Whitman Sisters are having suc
cess as managers at Columbus, Ohio.
The McCarvers, Sadie and Billy,
are playing their usual summer time
through the Now England states.
Miss Bessie Love, the dainty in
genue, is being featured with the
Great White Way Musical Comedy
Steve Miller, formerly stage man
ager of the Washington Theatre, In
dianapolis, is now house manager.
Baby Benbow, has closed with the
Colored Aristocrats, and is enjoying
the board walk at Atlantic City, N.
Ttnvkins and Jenkins after Dlavine
Atlanta, Ga., are now at Birming
ham, Ala., with New Orleans, La., to
! Infant of A. L. and Mary Webster,
(lavs, 633 Fogg.
J.izzio Love, lii, Pale Infirmary.
Mattie Plummer, 40, 515 Peabody
Paulino Harris, 25, underbill Hos
Robert King, 2S, 917 Forty-second
James Hughes, 3D, oVi Tweiun a
Annie Fltzeerald, 60, Louisville, K.v.
Elizabeth Stephenson, oS. !)22 Kiev
entb avenue, norm.
Warren Travis, 3", 8 snon sueeu
at the Chantan.
Miss Mary Patterson of S32 Vernon
St., has left the city for Fayetteville
and Petersburg, Tenn., where she will
be the guest of Mrs. Cleman and Mrs.
Douglass on here return she will visit
Miss Julia Scott of Murfreesboro Tenn.
Mrs. Kate Hoffman, formerly of
Nashville, now of Frankfort, Ky., who
has been in the city several weeks
visiting relatives and friends left
Thursday for Waverly, Tenn. ,to spend
a fortnight after which she will return
tn Vnshvilto bpforp pninir hnck to
Kentucky. Mrs. Holf man spent several J
days last weoK as mo guest ol Airs.
:.ie lora rants ot .Minn avenue, Aortn.
The Chantant, in the "Y" b-iildin.
call Main 143 when you want Sodas.
Ices or Cream.
M o,l Mm At r Pnrlrnr nf UliieVs.
bear, Ga., spent the week end with re- j
latives in the city last week, en route
to Chicago, where they will visit her
sister and brother, Mrs. Rhodes and
Pr. James R. white, and Retroit, where
they will spend a week with the daugh
ter of Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Cerella Brown
Shook and infant daughter, after which
they plan to visit points of interest
Call me at the Chantant, Main 4S43,
I'll be there at lunch.
Mrs. Parker was a popular teacher
in the city for many years in the per
son of Mrs. Cafrie White Brown, and
her many friends will welcome her
return late in August, for a visit of
tw-o weeks. Many entertainments have
been planned for their ejoyment.
Mrs. Parker is one of the most
prominent citizens and prosperous far
mers of Ga.
Mrs. J. A. Hester, of Nashville, is
spending a few days with Mr. ad Mrs.
W. H. Wright. Mrs. Hester is very
well pleased with her trip to Paw-son,
the mountain air and mineral water
and baths has added much to her
Miss Emma Boyd Stewart, of Mont
I pomery, Ala., is hero for a few weeks
; the guest of her mother. Mrs. Maria
J Boyd, S16. 13th Ave., N. She was
present and witnessed the funeral of
her aunt. Mrs. Lizzie P. Stewart.
Mrs. William H. Porter of St. Louis.
Mo., son of the late Mrs. Lizzie P.
Stewart is in the city. Ho was called
to the bedside of his mother, who died
July lGth at her residence, 922, 11th
, Ave North.
I Have us to serve your next party.
Call Main 4S43 and let us tell you
The friends of Pr. A. L. Robinson
will be glad to know that news has
been received in the city of his hav
ing successfully passed the North
Carolina State Board.
Mr. Jack C. Collins and little son,
Jack Jr., of 914 Cedar St.. snent
week end with his sistnr Mrs. HoWt
Minims of Trento--!. Kv Returning
wi'h them r.vas I.itte Miss Alice Col
lins who has been spending several
weeks with Mrs, Minims.
i WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MONEY
JiY FHiCK ItOUK TKLLS HOW
LEARN TO GROW 1IA211
'It v ;
lion't irungl along In uncongenial
employment wah loop houru and short
p:.y. Kduuate j ourslf to ilo woi k that
hns little competition; lau t It briter to
upend r hull h ur dally and quality
yoursi lf to do work that everyouu Blue
cannot do. The fields are large,
E10S0 HAIR GROWER. 50c per box
Are Seldom Kqunled never and Kicell
ed: Instruction by mill or In peron.
DIploniaH toiiraduutes. Alien 18 wanted
everywhere, don't delay, write today.
A penny will do It.
EL0S0 HAIR GROWER
MASTD RIME. J. NELSON.
EL0S0 COLLEGE CO.,
21 S. Compton Avenue.
St. leuis, Mo.
MME. J. KELSON.
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STANDING OF THE CAPITAL
litack finx 5
P. H. Swifts 1
Watch .the Maroons trim the Sox
Sunday, July 22nd at Greenwood Park.
The Maroons are playing a very
consistent, trame at nresent time, and
all you Sox 'wiill have to go go, go.
Look out Nationals, we are aftre
you too, but if you ask Mr. Miller
who hit him hardest, he will say Na
tionals, but if you ask him ,w:ho he
dreads he will say those M they
are in luck.
WHOM AM I? WHAT AM I?.
t om tho foundation of all business.
The source of all prosperity. The
salt that gives life its savor. me
ota oinnnvt nf the noor. The pri-
BXIH-" v " - I-
ineval curse, yet a blessing that no
healthy man or woman can oe nappy
Nations that woo me ardently rise,
nations that neglect me die.
It is I that made the United States
what it is today. I have built the
inrlnatrlpa nnpne.rl tin the
rich mines, laid her incomparable
railroads, reared her cities, built her
I have laid the tounnation tor
every fortune, from Rockefeller's
That Gool Spot
High Class Pic
Drop in when down
town, you'll like it.
Happy Gadson, the comedian,
working around Pittsburg, Pa.
insinal Millers at the Grand Cen
tral Theatre. Cleveland, Ohio, next
Miss LaBelle-Malone and you like
your pictures? Why-don't you Bay
Uni-rinn-ton nnrl Mills were a decld
ed hit at the Palace Theatre, Norfolk,
Va., last week.
The Carters, Paul and Ruth, are at
the Regent Theatre, Baltimore, Ma
The Astor Theatre as usual ia
showing good pictures and enjoys a
E. Alfred Drew, the Juggling pester
and slack wire artist is still in Lake
Stella White, of Parks Colored
Aristocrats, has recovered from a
very serious illness.
TTarrln onH Hai-rln nrfi now in their
fourth week at the Iroquois Theatre,
New Orleans, La.
Billy Ward, the Black Dockstader,
I alone have raised men up from
the ranks and maintained them in
noUions of pmine'iee
I nm the friend of every worthy
vnnth if be stinks clo?e to me. no
prize or place is beyond his reach.
If he slights me, he can nave no en
I am the only ladder that reacher
the Land of Success.
- Manv timpa men curse me. seeing
in me an arch enemy, b'tt when they
trv to do without me life turns hit
ter and meaningless and without
Pools bate me: wise men love nie.
Savages, some rich men and many
rih women shun me to tneir unao
ing. The giants who fill the execu
tive r-hnira nf our ereat railways, our
collosal mercantile establishments
and our institutions of learning, al
most without, excention owe their
nlnnoa tn me.
I can do more to advance a young
rumrlBv Whitsett. the old reliable
3rd Backer is now playing short stop.
John ratton the classy door-keeper
is now holding down the hot corner.
Joe Roberts, the south paw Is now on
the door and you have to give the
right signal before entering.
nahv fireera is guarding the home
etaMon and be caretul how you run.
With Tommy Britton yelling, stand
up little fellow, I am here.
tBlafrrChriif mas ,and Conner are
on Sentry duty with keen eyes look-
tr tn .tav fllPfl
,i"inrd Truk ana smeiuins ounuu.
bending them over the corners.
with Ta vlor and Brown telling mew
to please let them hit one so we can
see ha.v those Sentry Chaps do trot.
Wane Weakly, singing tnai ceruum
looks good to me.
The Nationals are piaying wen.
The Swifts are playing -.
tu no slaving in a bag,
X HO uJA . l' v
The Maroons are playing for the rag
Good bye till Sunday.
Worlds has heen set aside from the
District B. Y. P. U. Rev. Dan W.
Moore, Rev. G. W.' Sandefur and a
number of the boys received real good
spanikings by the old Kaisers at
We call attention to this to let the
world know that the old gang is still
chopping heads. Prof. Reid for three
years has done wonderful work at
the Interstate academy, his work
grew and' prospered under ihis man
agement. The people fell in line with
him and recognized him as a real
educator. He began to have some real
personal power and influence. He
dared to poke his head above the mos
sy water, he dared to ask for his
nay, he dared to speak to the people
through the Student's Herald, he com
mitted the crime of not laying down.
on his stomach and letting the old
boss and bosses belabel his back
with their canes and hence he be
came an undesiraible and was dis
missed. The editor of the People's Defen
der does not hesitate to say that m'
young man who hopes to succeed will'
Blanche Russell and Princess Cook,
billed as the Twentieth Century
Girls, are enjoying a trip over Uncle
Dud s time.
Tim E. Owslev. the wizard, is liv
ing up to his reputation, knocking
them out at the Pekin Theatre, Cin
cinnati, this week.
Ma y r. Elliott, the wild Cat Aeent.
has closed with the Washburn's Mins
trels, and is back again with Prof.
Mack and Mack (Billy and Mary)
are at the New "First Class" Theatre,
New OrleanB. La. Billy Mack is
stage manager and producer.
Jimmie Dick is in his second week
in Danville. Va.. having much suc
cess. Will soon be on the consoli
dated time as Dick and Green.
The McNeals are in St. Louis after
a fine week at the Washington Thea
tre, Indianapolis. Anna Hon is aiso
there at the Booker Washington.
May Adams, of Adams and Adams,
with Tarry's Uncle Tom's Cabin,
Company, celebrated her birthday
July 4, receiving many beautiful
Happy Kimball Company is at the
Pastime Theatre, Muskogee, Okla.,
doing good business. Would like to
hear from Seymour James ana f . u.
lira riolla Thnmaa. of Thomas and
Thnmaa haft returner! tn the act. Mrs.
Thomas being called to Texas on ac
count of the death of ner motner ana
Harry Johnson, of Basin, Wyo.,
has almost recovered from an acci
rionr tn his nuto. which turned over
near Basin, June 7, while entertain
ing a bunch or. performers.
The team of Norton and Curtis
have split, the female member is now
at Alliance, Neb., while Mr. Norton
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I COL. H. A. BOYD
man than his own parents, be they
ever so rich. . ,,.
I am the. support oi me umui
. i . ii.. oiinnnrt nf fill.
I am the builder of all capital,
4a in mo Rtnrerl UD..
t .v .anreaenteii in the shoes you
x am ivr.v-
wear, in the breaa you eai, tu eve,
article of commerce you see.
t am more hlgmy cuuiva.i.ou
a than in moat other coun-
Alltci 11 " " ...
, . in men nf wealtn.
tries, j . -- ,.
T Hnmaflmoa fiVMrllllll f. " " U1U
tarily by the ambitious, involuntarily
by the oppress ana me very yuuu6.
In moaeraiion, i au
though some sure of my constancy
look upon me as loamsome. a
taste of my absence quicmy
them to their senses.
My followers among the masses
KonAnitne. more, nowerful year
after year. They are beginning to
dominate governments, to overthrow
monarchies, to ruie laemBci'".
1 am the mother oi aemocruuy. ah
progress comes from me.
Tneman who is bad freids with
me can never get very far and stay
1 The man who is bad friends with
me can go who can tell bow far.
vn -nrt x T O T AM
Who am a vvnai ui n
WORK? E. R. Adams.
A. W. FITE,
D. C. C.
The Rif? T and little u's seem iO
have a bard time of it at Camden
The Big Ts trying to make the little
u's He down and take their annual
spanking; and the little u's struggling
to keep from taking the lash. Ease
down your pants, boys, and flatten
out, and take your flogging in good
grace. It Is not polite manners to
have a master if you are not going to
submit to him.
OLD GANG STILL CHOPPING
Prof. S. R. H. Reid of Helena, ac
cording to advices, has been dis
missed from the Interstate Academy,
located at that place. Miss Grace J.
Thompson has been dismissed from
the Arkansas Baptist College. Rev.
ever succeed under the old Morris
Booker regime. That crowd of bosses;
have sworn eternal vengeance upom
any young man who raises his head.
Tbey only use young men as tools,
that is the only need tihey have for
v,.n Tkn irnmini nr man that ac
cepts place under them, even at their
solicitation, only does it at their owa,
perils, because the very first oppori.
tunny they will slave him. In fact
the intolerance of that old crowd of V
leaders is such that no man or woman
in safe in trusting their future with -
them. They may ask some oner w.
conie and take charge over a school
over which they have influence and
power. They may ask one to accept
a position in the college, they may
ask one to accept an office in the Btate-
or district, but It Is understood that",
they only want them to be slaves, and
accept the kick, the boot, the zone
whenever the bosses feel like giving '
it. The very moment that they as
sert any prerogatives of freedom, they
are ruthlessly dismissed and kicked
This truth is not hidden' from the
young men of state but they are too
cowardly to assert themselves. They
will talk in private, and have talked
In private even since ttier Camden i
meeting, and swear that the condi
tions and ruling of the old bosses are
unbearable, and yet they have not
tbe courage to throw tfie- yoke off..
It is an old saying but a true one,
that he who would be free must, him
self strike the first blow. .",' .