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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 27, 1917.
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KAfcHTILLK OtiOllB PTBLISHINO CO,
TeJepbone, Maia imm
The American regular have ad-j
justed themselves speedily to most ot t
the French ways of living la the vil- i
lages where they are billeted, says
the Asbociated Press correspondent. ,
Of course, the French aversion to
drinking water at meals will be a
constant source of annoyance. 1
itet-ed aa second-class Batter Jaaaar)
! at th post-artlce at NaahTlUt,
onaec us Act at Coairaaa N
SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.
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IVh Mentha 4
SUtfta Con 09
' Silent picketing has been resumed
at the White House as a protest
against the president's action in par
doning sixteen suffragettes from "the
workhouse recently. Wouldn't the
protest have been more effective if
the women had refused to accept the
It is interesting to reflect that
American comments on what is going
Na aotica takes of snonymeus contributions' on in Germany are probably fully as
OUR Reputation is your name
-What you SEEM to Be.
Your Character is yaurself
-What you ARE. QU1NO
Hair Grower is selling like
powder and shot not for
What it SEEMS, but for
what IT IS. Get the point!
OTHERS may be selling
on their name. QU1N0 is
selling on its MERITS. Send
50c TODAY for a BOX.
636 Fo St.
Taylor congratulations and thanks
ior ineir nutspiiaiiiy nun me magma-
cent way in which they entertained.
Both committees which were ap
pointed, were called to meet today
at one o'clock at the One Cent Sav
Entertainment Commute for Com
pany G: Rev. Preston Taylor, R. H.
Boyd. Patton, W. H. McGavock, J. U.
Boyd. W. D. Hawkins.
Committee on arranging for dele
gates to Business League: L. C.
Moore. Memphis, R. H. Boyd, C. N.
Lnngston. Ira T. Bryant. Rev. Stev
ens of Jackson, W. D. Hawkins. R. L.
Mayfield. C. V. Roman. G. H. Bandy.
H. A. Boyd, T. B. Hardiman, J. B.
Batte. T. Clay Moore, W. J. Hale.
Notify tba offlca when job fall to get oar
TO TRI PUBLIC.
Aay srreneooi reflections apoa tba char
acter, standing ar rapatatloa ot any person,
Araa or corporation, which may appear la
the eolamns of the kashtulb ouib will
ho fUdly corroded upon being brought to
he attention of the management
Bend eorreapondenco for publication so
aa to roach tba office Uonday. No matter
(tended for current lisne which arrlTea
a lata at Thursday caa appear in that
awn her, aa Thursday la press day.
All newe lent for publication mnit
a written only on one aide of the paper,
and should be accompanied by the name of
jao ronrtlbntor, not neceeaarlly for publl
mtlon, but aa evidence of good faith.
enlightened as were the German com
ments of a few weeks ago on what
was going on in the I'nited States.
If the late Czar is still able to
find snow to shovel, he is in great
luck as contrasted with the American
patriot who is compelled dally to
match his wits and energies against
those of the redundant potato bug.
ADVBBTISINO RATbTS FURNISHED
BADINO MATTEB BATKB.
d eeata per line each lntertloa.
14 eenta per Una for each Insertion (In
ck fa eel
Adrertlalng jopy should be In the office
at later than 9 a. m., Tueaday of eack
ffew fork Oglce, Froat and
ihlcego Office, Frost and Froat,
Well, the street car people have
placed seats on the north side in the
transfer station for the Negro.
Thanks to the committee of ladies
who took the matter up with the
street car people. Oh, joy!
Atlanta Office, Frost and Froat, Candler
HaebTllle Office, Frost and Froat, Inde
Jwdetit Life Building.
Nobody, after all, can accuse those
pacific Hussiau regiments of lacking
courage. They avoiiled combat with
the Germans; but think what they
have coming at the hands of Mr.
Isn't it about time for Villa to bo
waking up from his nap?
While congress is talking the dis
tillers are distilling.
Where do all the old automobiles
Then again, if the garbage can
could just realize on the bouquets
and things that are tossed at it, would
it not be the very aristocrat of the
Sichill, TfDD, July 27. '17
The speech of Dr. Michaelis to the
Reichstag, which was expected to in
dicate the attitude of the imperial
government tunuru I'cuto aa ncu a .i,ir,iM i,nnp
internal reform, told no new story.,
Censored and fragmentary reports of. Another effective way of beating the
the address go to show tnat it was coal baron would be to order an ef-
No, the family meat purveyor is not
necessarily performing , a patriotic
duty by encouraging meatless days
when he gives ycu a slice that is two-
ImlaAfan. nnil U i n i an Itil r p t a 111 thsifl
spoke through Michaelis. The gov
ernment is ready for an honorable
peace. The government has nothing
to regret in connection with the
means it has adopted of waging war.
The submarine campaign is both jus
tified and successful. No date can be
set for the victory that is to come,
but triumph is none the less sure for
The Michaelis speech was echoed
by Hindenburg's guns. Or possibly it
was the other way round. At any
rate, German activity on a large scale
developed not only in the west, but
in the east. Little or much may have
been accomplished. As far as the
French line is concerned, it is reason
ably certain to be little. But a de
monstration has been given. German
arms have been shown to be still ca-i
pable of an offensive or several of-1
fensives. German courage can screw j
itself up. There is no need to bi
gloomy, no need to lose trust in Kals- j
erism plus divinity. The words of
the chancellor and the guns of the:
held marshal are seen to be very
much in unison.
For the foes of Germany an inter
esting study is presented. It is for
them to decide whether German junk-
erism is really as confident as it pro
fesses to he. If the imperial govern
ment is sincere in its faith in victory,;
then the allies might profitably try i
to figure out on what that faith is ;
based. Obviously, there is a great
deal of power yet in the German
armies. The proof of it in Galicla
ou.nht to go a long way toward coun
terbalancing the majority vote of the
Reichstag in favor of peace. It is
Mill to be doubted whether the voice
of the people in Germany will rait-e
Itself so loudly as to command a hear
ing. When it does achieve that, then
it will be time to acknowledge the
Of course, even if the autocracy
has determined upon peacepeace al
the best terms obtainable it would
fight desperately against any appear
ance of having been forced into that
situation. It would use cloudy words
and talk in terms of confidence, jusl
as it is doing today. As to the Reich
stag, its attitude on the voting of a
war credit will show whether it.
spinal column is made of iron or rope.
ficient smoke consumer. Nor would
this displease anybody but the laun
dryman. If a twenty-knot ship is virtually
immune from torpedoes, It may help
to explan Gen. Goethals' liking for
steel ships in preference to wooden
The list of immortals should be en
riched by the addition of Mr. Battle,
who joined the infantry, and Mr.
Valient, who is to become an aviator.
If we were more deeply interested
in the war we would not be so keen
ly Interested In criticising the men
who are trying to run the war.
Owens, the cute cuss of the Gate
City Bulletin, will get after you good
and strong if you leave the final let
ter from his name.
When forced to decide between
raising prices and reducing the por
tions restaurants usually compromise
by doing both.
Luther Cummings and Fred Shock
ley have no business in a bone-dry
town. They look too heart-broken
GRAND LODGE KNIGHTS OF
The Grand Lodge Knights of Pyth
is N. A., S. A., E.. A., A. and A.,
Jurisdiction of Tennessee has just
I closed a most harmonius session.
Future K. of P. Grand Lodges Is was
decided will meet in Nashville In the
newly acquired Pythian Temple,
corner Fourth Avenue and Cedar St.
All the officials made most encourag
ing reports, especially the Endow
ment Secretary. The finances of the
order are a healthy condition. Brig.
General Preston Taylor's report as to
the I'niforin Rank showed that his
department has shown a wonderful
improvement during the past year.
Hon J. C. Napier, Grand 'Attorney,
reported the legal department to
have encountered no breakers and
that all was calm and serene. The
Master of Exchequer In his report
showed his department was right up
in the vanguard. The Grand Chan
cellors address which we print else
where is a gem. It was agreed that
each Pythian be assessed 50 cents
per year for the temple. This assess
ment is to be paid semi-annually. The
committees appointed by the Grand
Chancellor (see committees in an
other column) were painstaking and
went at their duties with vim and de
termination. Their reports showed
that they left nothing undone that
would tend towards the perpetuity of
the order. Taken all in all, this
Grand Lodge was the greatest from a
constructive standpoint that has ever
assembled in Tennessee.
The following are the Pythian
Temple Commission: Wayman Wil
kerson, President, Dr. S. S. Caruth-
ers, Secretary, B. M. Hoddy, A. N.
Johnson, T. Clay Moore, A. S. Pyles,
John Singleton, J. T. Bridgewater,
Taylor Nightengale, T. A. Williams,
J. M. Easterling, J. W. Love, Dr. C.
A. Kelly, J. C. Napier, J. P. Crawford.
The following are the Grand offi
cers for the ensuing year:
Grand Chancellor, Dr. J. P. Craw
Grand Vice Chancellor, A. N,
Grand Prelate, W. E. Tate, Knox
ville. Grand M. of Work, A. F. Shockley,
Grand M. of Ex., J. H. Brown,
Grand K. or R. and S., Dr. C. 0.
Grand M. of Arms, J. E. Duncan,
Grand Medical Director, Dr. W. A.
Grand Lecturer. N. N. Reynolds,
Grand Marshal, A. L. Wittie,
Grand I. Guard, M. V. Cole. Nash
ville. Grand 0., Guard, John P. Hale,
Grand Attorney, J. C. Napier,
Endowment Board, L. E. Brown,
Memphis, Wm. A. Lewis, Pulaski.
Grand Trustee, A. S. Pyles, Milan.
Supreme Representative, R. C.
daughter, Mrs. Chas. H. Johnson,
of Atlanta, Go. And to those out of
the city is he grateful for the tele
grams, letters and cards ot eympa- j
thy which came daily. j
apeclaUy does she express her
deep appreciation to the friends here-1
to named, who sent beautiful flowers
or delicacies to cheer the inUieaiX
during the weary hours of suffering:
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, St, Miss
Tawmsend. Mrs. Joe Brown, Dr. and
Mrs. F. G. Smith, Mrs. A. N. Johnson, ,
Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Cheatham.'
Bishop and Mrs. I. B. Scott, Dr. ana
Mrs. J. C. Caldjwell. Rev. and Mrs. I
Henry- Allen Boyd, Bishop and Mrs.1
E. Tyree, Mrs. W; E. A. Forde. Mrs.;
I. B. Luckle, Mrs. T. il. Elliott, ur.
J. T. Phillips and Miss Phillips, Mrs.
C. N. Langston, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Napier, Miss Shorter and Mrs. H. A.
Cameron. Mrs. Flossie Davis Bills,
Normal. 111., Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Bow
den, Griffin, Ga., Medical Ass'tl of
Atlanta and Mrs. Minnie E. Davis
of Tuskegee Inst,, Ala. MM. Johnson
left Nashville Monday, July 23 for
her home in Atlanta, accompanied by
Miss Margaret Lamb, trained nurse.
While In the city, she was under
the able care of Dr. Josle E. Wells
and skilled surgeon, Dr. J A. McMillan.
the ladder of success will be a
much easier task if you have
savings accouut back of yon. It
inspires you with confidence to
know you are prepared for any
emergency that - might arise.
Open an account with us to-day
ia our interest bearing depart
ment. Time will prove the
wisdom of this good resolution.
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
Make way for the war brides.
GERMANY AND THE EAST ST.
LOUIS RACE RIOTS.
To the Editor oi The Globe:
Sir: From innumerable experiences
of plots, conspiracies and acts of
violence contrived and committed In
the United States by the secret agents
of the German autocracy, it seems
reasonable to believe that the race
riots in East St. Louis were also con
trived and fomented by German
agents. It is well known that secret
agents of the Kaiser's government
have been carrying on a treasonable
propaganda among the Southern Ne
groes for many months; and num
erous arrests of these Prussian pro
pagandists have been made in every
Southern state and reported in the
The object of this web of conspira
cy, culminating in the outbreak in
East St. Louis, would obviously be to
bring about a race war in the United
States, and thus to prevent the Ameri
can army from going to Europe.
These premises being, I think, logi
cal and undeniable. It would be de
sirable that an official inquiry into the
causes of the East St. Louis race
riots should investigate the following
1. Whether the Negroes in East St.
Louis were in the first place Instigated
to make a demonstration and supplied
with arms to make that demonstra
tion by agents of the Kaiser's govern
ment. 2 Whether the white mobs were in
stigated to attack the Negroes and
led to assault by agents of the Ger
3. Whether agents of the German
government themselves shot Negroes
and burned their dwellings; or pos
sibly paid other persons to commit
these crimes. It is quite probable
that the majority of the outrages and
the most barbarous, cruel and cow
ardly ones were perpetrated not by Simmons, Memphis, R,
Americans at all, but by agents of the . nattanooga. ro .
, , , I The newly elected officers were in-
Prussian autocracy and, perhaps, by 1 8taUe(J by Co, Rogcoe Conkling Sim
ruffians and German sympathizers mons in his characteristic way.
whom they had hired for the occasion. Sir Knight A. W. Fite deserves a
monument ot praise ior me aoie way
I he arranged the affairs of the Grand
CARD OF THANKS.
We the bereaved family wish to ex
press our sincere thanks to our friends
and relatives for their many acts of
kindness and their sympathy shown
to us during the illness and death of
our beloved mother, Mary Shannon,
who departed this life June 23rd and
was buried from St. Luke A. M. E.
Church of which she was a devoted
member, we wish to thank the Rev
erends who officiated and the ladies
who composed the papers which they
read. The floral designs, church, 'sab
bath school all for your activity and
appreciation toward our beloved
Mrs. Mary Bailey.
Mrs. Mattie Corowder.
Mrs. Gertrude Randsome.
Mrs. Willie Kembrough.
TRUSTEE NOTICE SALE.
Whereas, on the 19th day of April
1915, Dave Weems, as the only heir at
law of Albert Weems deceased, exe
cuted a mortage, payable on demand
to W. H.. McGavock to secure the pay
ment of ninety-two (92) dollars for
funeral bill for the burial of the said
Albert Weems and said W. H. Mc
Gavock was to look to the payment of
said debt secured to the property in
herited by the said Dave'Weems from
Albert Weems and this being the pro
perty which is described as follows:
"Being lot No. 6 in the Plan of Sam
Lee's lots as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lot fronts fifty (50) feet on
the North side of Clifton Pike and runs
back between parallel along the East
side of a ten (10) foot alley in rear
being part of the property conveyed to
Samuel J. Lee by F. B. O'Bryan,
TRUSTEE and Emlle Lee by deed of
record in Book No. 146, page No. 5 R.
0. D. C, also for deed of Samuel Lee
and wife, Emile Lee to Albert Weems,
Book 243, page 458 R. O. D. C.
No TRUSTEE was named in said
Mortgage, NOW THEREFORE, by vir
tue of the power invested in me as
mortgage, I hereby name, appoint, and
designate RUFUS R.. DUNCAN,
TRUSTEE, for said MORTGAGE, NQW
THEREFORE, by virtue of the authori
ty and power invested in me, RUFUS
R. DUNCAN, trustee, for the above
mortage, default having been made
the payment of said debt secured there
in, I will sell at public auction at the
boutn. door or the Court House at
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BARBIE P""" rL 1 C5f.uun
Nashville, Tenn, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Saturday, August 4th, 1917, the follow
ing property in Davidson County,
Tenn, as follows:
"Being lot No. 6 in the Plan of Sam
Lee's lots, as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lots front fifty (50) feet
on the South side of Clifton Pike and
runs back between parallel lines along
the East side of ten (10) foot alley
in the rear, being part of the property
conveyed to Samuel J. Lee by J. B.
O'Bryan, trustee, and Emlle Lee by
deed of record in Book 146 page 6 R.
O. D. C.,( also for deed of Samuel Lee
and Emllee Lee to Albert Weems
Book 243 page 558 R. O. D. C.
TERMS: m M
Said sale will be for cash, free from
the equity of redemption, homestead,
dower and all other exemptions.
RUFUS R. DUNCAN, Trustee.
I am, sir.
Your obedient servant,
Natural Bridge, Va., July 20.
C0L0BED CITIZEN'S CLUB PLAN
Patriotism was at Its highest pitch
on Thursday night, when the Colored
Business Men's Club hv unanimous
vote appointed a committee to ar-
Wouldn't vou hate to be waiting j range for the entertainment of Corn
ier food while the senate was trying j f? 0 ,'effore tth.ey,1he!v,e ftl
., , ing to the front in the defense of the
to pass a bill to gel something edible Slars and Stripes, or "Old Glorv."
to you? Sneeches giving a short history of the
Two bundled babies have been
named for Jcannette Kankin, and she
hasn't even started to run for the
NOTES OF THE GRAND LODGE.
It is not only necessary to deter-1
mine how pea.'e can best be secured,
but also how the best peace can be
"For strategic reasons" is a first
rate alibi for a. buffeted army, but It
isn't worth a hang to Friend Husband.
A. S. Banks, the old war horse, of
Chattanooga was very much in evi
dence. Dr. E. W. Irving, the erudite med
ical man of Memphis mingled freely
with the delegates.
A. S. Plyes of Milan, the successful
business man of Milan was here.
Josh Lane, dear old Josh of Jack
son took a vacation from the mail
work of Company G, the only Negro i service long enougn 10 visu ine
militia in the South that has been umiiu wuBe.
kept in tact all of these years, were i
made by some of Nashville s oldest
Bald headed R. W. Allen ot Chat-
and most respected citizens. The tanooga was nere He is universally
puiJUldi Willi me uvya ill nic ciculu
men were praised for their bravery,
the Negro soldier as a whole being
paid a high compliment. This was
one of the items of Interest that
came before the Colored Citizen's
Club. The meeting was called to
order by the president, Rev. Preston
Tavlnr. who in statine the object of
We had a stupendous time hob-the meeting, took occasion to tell of
! nobbing wilh the l'ythians and Ca
j lantheans for the hist few days.
i its worth and work. Notices had
been sent out by the secretary, Mr.
Ira T. Bryant, and invitations were
While there is life there is hope,
but it isn't a very strong hope when
the doctors hold a consultation.
Il i- becoming evident that the
coal sit nation is not going to mend
itself. There would be another job
for Hoover and there Is never a doubt
that he would prove equal to the oc
casion. It is an Indisputable fact that
coal has doubled in price in one year,
and there was no reason, no excuse,
except that the thing could be done,
and certain people believed that they j
were entitled to "all that they could j
pet." The holdup man has that same,
theory. But after all, the hoi Hip man
would probably object if be were to
be compared with the fellows who
have been plundering the coal con
sumer. The man with the bun might
say that he did not rob everybody and
did not bear most heavily upon tnoso
who have little or nothing, that he
I!y the way, Is that Danbury hat
concern still making hats, and are the
union hatters working for it?
The fellow who is forever feeling
much abused is lit company for
neither man nor beast.
Luther Cummings of South Pitts
burg brought alonk a strong and
healthy cob pipe.
Fred Shockley of Jasper sure ain't
stuck on a dry town.
J. M. Easterling of Chattanooga,
very often made the remark attrib-
extended to the visiting Sir Knights uted to the governor of North Caroli-
and members of the Court of Calan- , a.
the. These invitations were accept- ;
ed by about one hundred ot the visi- I Tom A. ilhams of Franklin was
tors. These in connection with the seen very often looking for a lunch
members augmented the attendance ' counter.
greatly. The meeting proper was
held on the beautiful lawn at the I Rufus Martin handled the cold
summer home of Rev. and Mrs. Pres- dring proposition with eminent sat-
ton Taylor at Greenwood Park. . isfaction.
Bishop I. B. Scott, Vice President, I
presiding. Speeches were made by B. M. Roddy, the swell banker
Mr. J. (;. Napier, president Ot tne ''"'" ieiuiiiia was very popular wim
Nntlnnnl Npcm Business Leaeue: Dr. the crowd.
Commissioner of Streets, Sewers and Sidewalks
Respectfully Solicits your support and inflnence
based upon T WENT YEARS active
experience as a Contractor in these
If elected I pledge my undivided personal attention to
ward an Economical Administration of the office.
Thursday September 13, 19 17
OFFICE: OFF1CB HOURS.
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Telephone Mai. 1031 ItaTf.".
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latest a pliances tha ives half the J"? '"T
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the K. of P.; Dr. C. V. Roman, eye,
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If you know enough to keep still, : Cora E- Burke, of Knoxville, Tenn.,
one important part of your education the Grand Worthy Counsellor of the
linn lippn itttnnripfl tn I Courts of Calanthe of Tennessee.
The big policeman, John Singleton
of Knoxville was here with a ven-1
geance. John is all right. I
i . I
Dr. V. A. Thompson ot Chatta-
The draft was a bit
the home, but hardly more so than 0:1
the composinK room. .
The evening was spent in transacting i nooga was looking as sweet as
nf mnph Imnrirtant business and basket of Elbertas.
wearing on j working to the Interest of the citl
zens throughout the state, as- well as ! t- S. Richardson is a very able
the city. A committee of fifteen was parliamentarian, you 11 nave to nana
nnnninted to work uu a larce dele- I " to mm.
The weather man also has been con
ducting a little drawing for the bene
fit of the corn.
gation to go to the National Negro
business League to be held In Chatta
nnnn Mr T. CIhv Moore advocated
tUnt n Ilnalnnpa T nnr,,o CnonlYl train !
be made up in Nashville, saying that ;
1 an invitation ought to be extended i
Comment in brief on the passage ot j to West Tennessee to join this special ,
train. Mr. W. D. Hawkins was en- !
husiastic over the prospects of the '
Colored Business Men'B League en- j
jtertaining Company G. Dr. R. H. j
-1 th Dnosion ormv i,ao i liiivil advocated a demonstration and
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1 Ci;tTJVlUll IU ,110 u 1 . . v uu;o .........
command of its own officers from C were superb
to C. The League went on record by I
was not takini; the last nennies from
widows and orphans. And he might I tne food con,ro1 biU the 8enat0;
claim that he was taking a chanct,
of getting his head shot off. While!
the coal robbers were not even tak-
ing the chance of going to prison. j been happily displaced by "I can.
Unless some one is Dut on the Job.!
and It will take a real man for that Revolutions aren't what they used I motion as heartily In favor of putting
Mitch Rurge ot Knoxville was here !
in all of his presticn splendor.
. Robt. l. Buckner of Chattanooga, '
was here looking good. !
And brother Johnson of Chatta
nooga sure can "spute" some.
It was a glorious Grand Lodge.
m m m
the "Y" I
Job, there will be no Improvement in to bo in the good old days.
the coal situation, despite the fact .
that a secretary or two have been It was the largest class in numbers
talking to the big coal barons. ' the country has ever seen..
CARD OF THANKS.
hali dnnnnfl hahlnrl tha National I
iucm ouj'if v v r, t, , jvM n,.,l,
Negro Business Leabue, and urged -
that Nashville send the largest dele-. the many friends in Nasihvdlle wtw j
mtinn in ita hiuinrv. A motion was so kindly called or phoned lnqulrtea i
passed extending to Rev, and Mrs. ; during the serious illness of her j ,sxrmia
Having been solicited so to do,
I announce myself a candidate
for Mayor of Nashville, If my
fellow-citizens honor me by giv
ing me a sufficient number of
votes to elect me, I promise faith
fully to redouble my efforis to
give to all classes such an ad
ministration of their municipal
affairs as will merit their ap
proval. ROBERT EWING
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