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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY- AUGUST S, 1917.
a-t . a. i K ,
-UIONART UrTIST CHCBCHKS.
Mt. OUT lUptt.t Cnrc. Rev. C. H
P-'S u- 1'-. fuur. Suarlae iTayar BMt
to fc al :u a. a. ; errr
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u TMkr' tMtlir T.
mm rreaaaiig Vknnaav uieL 1
MMmiMS, Caaraa Cetrk. u. p. BaSar, Bupt.
bpM i'l laaelar tea eel $ : a. bl; Harv
tM 11 ;t a. m. aa a ;00 a, ii.ri'rayai
amttiM WiBnaay Blskt : Taaciar.- ..t
iic wui u I r. n h . . . w . t
nnriicii Mpt! CiurcB, IVOi Bout ;
m B fi .AM aa . fl'i j . ' .
faa Wajaair. jiir" 'iu.. . I
f uesdaw awkl; Ckolr rahacml rrlfcv I
f a L, 6P" STery let bnaSay
5.. . "' fr- A- w- tarkall, Ckuiek :
Wrk. Heary llarakall, "apj. ,
napust, elevens St., raraw De-
lago. Bsua'ty bl H a. a. ; aervlcea
11 a. . aaa b:S p. m. asanya; arayer
IDMtljai! Tuwday algkta; preackikg Tkura-
0M9 aiKBts; evaiBaBltB servlcea everv grit
xi-uaj. n, u. o. layior, r). u t'nitr,
Mlxa I'kirtur Harnett, KarrrlB4PBeVBt bea
aay Schael. aim. r. B. Rayaer, Hpt.
iu uian, .nn Ave., s. sad Neleasvme ,
aj-w. OUU.I..J ni nwi :iw a. m.: prradilac
11 a. B. and ti :ihi a. n. Hpv. J. T. Tanstull
Jr. l'astor. Monrae XkOay, Bopt.
Mt. N1)0, N. TV. Nashville, tjnaduy
;Bu a. in.; aervlivs ll a. m. a. g n
p. in. 8undny; TOniraiiuitn acrviiw evury
Wrai sundigr. Hev. It. A. Alfred, l'attvr, Mr.
KU JliKett, Superintendent Surtax Erkeel.
Hvurt-w RHiniiit Cluiii.li, Kev. hash M
Hickory Grave Hnptlst Church, ltev. I. S
Mt. X.iuu, Ji-freruon Street, Cor. 11th
Ave., N. rfnuduy School 9 :3l a. m preach
tog 11 a. m. and S :0o p. m. fcumlay". Rev.
i. A. Krowo, l'aaior : H. I-, Lockrldu-e Super,
hneendent Kuaduy Bckool.
tuu aeid, suiulny Scliunl fl :80 a m. ier
Ues 11 a. ui. aad p. . Simdiiya ; eoui
Binulou eervkes every Urnt Sunuiiy. llev
. h. o.a iu, ra.,.r. .1. rt. Curutlien,,
kill. Mi ll. Wll. 1ui.t Ui.ua..... , '
Nurlh b!Xtu Street. Knat Nai-l,.
' I'uim.ij OflltMII,
day Scliool U:0 a. m. i eervHea ll a. m.
and S p, ai. Sunday.; I'muaniBlun eveir
ret Suuuh.v. kev. Josei'li luantull, I'aator
D. W I Steward. Supt ' '
Kock City SNBday Sclin;! 0:S9; wrvhes
rfV niTlbi. 7.. r V , 1 iuur.-
oi., ouaaay cIleDl H ;ao a. IB. : '
erviiea n a. n hiuI A
Luaikerland Valley Haptlat ( kiircti, Sun
Aay Sckoal :S0 a. m. ; preaehlan kervleeg
11 a. . lad t p. a. Rev. leaav bhermaa,
Mt. Olleud S. IIIU Street. Snndav eeliool
:i0 a. ra.; preaihlug 11 a. m. and , ::m
P- m. SiiBiinys: eoBiaiiinltn services ever? 1st
Sunday, ltev. N. T. Stoni, 1'asior; Mr i'.
a i. BiK'huuan.
ibe ft. Join BMtlt Churek. Pearl Street
Wwces lttk 11111 12th avenues. Sunday
Mhool at t :8. preac!lBg at 11 a. m. aid
il p. m. ?aBt neetluj everv ftmt Sun
?j BlcAt. frayer ateetlar eery Tnenday
vav ajvaaaeaa aieaxiBg, TV
I'reaihltu! every Thurmlj
iv aifiit. Kev. V
li. Pirenea, Hunt
i. Whluater, Haator. A. L. Hirenea,
Antlex'h, IKS Archer Ktreet. Suudav
Vekaol 0:110 a. m. ; prearliln Kerviies li
a. m. and g p. m. Sundnys. Kev. i v
Flrat Street KapMst riinn-h
rlt. BervhTK Snnday 11 n.
K. ... , i
Nenr I-1 rut
i',...T:.,"?"' , " Ll
in. let Sunday - p. ni.
B. tMilell..itl Paetor. S.
I " ..rv K I
rir-i iiattlv ise,..,i i ."'.:.....
a. ni chiirch eervkra'll ' n.' 'rt 1
p. m. No aster.
aervie;. II . ' " '"" ', :S . 01.
W" VI - ". ' :
W. H. Whltiaker I'nui...
Sniyrna, lii v.
Hoiiwll r, ,
ST""' ''"I'lIM I'lilin- l. tie.
'- UrlfTin, Sunt
T. It. Itld-
IToatap j.i . . "
chart :8( ' 'r . 'l Street.
1-y.ii villus' sen- res 11
Orooni. SnnV ' "' "0,ai. 1'ast
achlBlT a.evl...... """l 1:!U)
.i .. .
. J . - '.-.-, I 1 f,
"'HI S p. in.
it Ave.. iir . 1 n"r,h. -Kin
BBBday School fl -3o ,,' . l'"'t"r
? 7:80 p. . ?L ;, ''fv ees 11
BIMIIh. ri,.. ' ' ".
W. . irtUBf tn, -atr. tniy acbeel ,'". i. C. B.errn. l'ator; Mr.
J J? " J frsacatsa ll:tu a. ai. aa ' vllllaaia, Supenuieudcui ouudny
; yf aiMUBg WeSBuaaay ,
i-airB'll?i.il''S'H!!1 !';( 4'"ri KBianufl. Sanaa School V :au
MMkara alettlBg Friday alght. A. w. fne. a. iu. , pnnciuui; u a. ib. aud ;ju p iu.
ouuuaya. iira. J. u. liryaui auiwriaieuOrtit
Btreet Vaptlat Ckurch, Biv Wm. !"ua"' -"l. . A. 1 uiiupa, l usior.
l.ra6g tday 11 : . m, M g :0, ,,. day aeuool u ,io . m. ; b. i p L u m
Mr." M1'!- T- 3r. Chartk Cler. j uvuua, imiu.
natr? J TUJr ttt -"" ap Utt ; A. at. L.. iilu.N
a. tt. ; eaeir reaearsaf u.AIu, ai!S7 t.r i ' suu''.v- ""v. i. vv. nm, i .aior.
amekly reevtlam WednosuViv aad F'ridny; Cuurch open dany """"y ""d-' - hy 1 love Christ."
r"cOUlIi!iirrTi''!tT'ry H,,t !'"",-T' i l" i Uvlag Gad. it 4th
mS.: VeV.. '' 6ul,-Z TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH.
--. . . .uu ji. ni. ; TlnirMl ,. i,i..i " "'"r""- .-ini.v erumn n :.iu a. m. ; preni u-
Tuesday night CI,, L1" ;, '"'"-v',r I U'lil 1 " '"' ; P.ver services. 7 p. tu. Mup
ly BlRht. W. o. M.Ni're linni r,'l"'"' -l. '1 " I niversily services at the Hehnrr)
HIM Avenue llaniKi . Ai.il!(nrimn on the second Sundav of em H
t N. Her. J. L. Ir,li. i,1'1';, ''!r" l;M""U' H m- H-v. White. I) D., PiesP
y School fi-flo a . " l '"r. riMif.
mm u ' '- "'V a. m
leeM In,, r
; a. ,.'. e?. !, uda.T School
9- m. Sunday. pfl!) : , m . '1 H
a. ' "eory Covlinj.
"Sttr,.. njghVi'-.Wr.JS InntisnAN mrnr,. i
PJeaeiint Creen 'llnpil', V.'.'.'r ?"1'!; I . Av,'""' '''Hstian Cliureh. 70!l Lea!
C fields. K. II., J-,s or in. '. ' A,'- S"lee8 Sunnav il a. m. onr. ,
' a. m. : serviiVa i i , k ,,mli'v ' ''d l. m !,ndlly School 1) :,1d a. in. Y ' r--aWayer
Bieetlng Tuesdnv , i , p' '"' ' ''"'I,l,'h 'hristinn Kmlenv-ie Mieletv M.ir
Beetlnif ai ('hoir ., " Teaehe- !lny evening at 7 :0l p. ai. 1'raver liieetmi, I
. .ao T. H. Dl k , ; . uav niyi.t ennesday nifht. L'Ider Preston Taylor
-UraUall, Sunt ' Clerk. T. a. .lastoi.
. pri.. '"IL' llrV, .f,"h001. :.'t0 AFIIICAN METIIOPIST KPI9COPAL
f- m. Sunday wrUrM 1"0 a. ni. and Cl!t ItCUICS.
Ut. Moriah 2107 n, . I ethel. 10th Avenue 8. Sundav servlc'l
chool ;:, ' 7 . T.,Trla St Knndavlll " ni. and 8 p. m. ; Suiday School 0:30
p. in Snndav 11 :3 ' : "' : ,,,irlKlnn Kndearor laeetln:; 7 p.m.;
' M las and prayiT aii'etin,; Thursday night,
rieos.'lllt Vulli.v I.', I. ...i.iii oi o . ... M;e S. .1 Howard l ,.',,,
awnooi hmo . ,. ; fi-.-iK-hlntr 1 1 :.'to a. ui.
rad 8 p. in. Sunday. Kev. VV. Wilson. Pastor
T.. . a .i . . . .
.-, .-".'.'ii, .-.iiri. rtiiiiinv
.u. , u i-nmiiive Hnptlst. 4L'nd Ave.
8. h. Cor. AiMon St.. N. V Sunday sih
H il a.m. ; preaching 1 1 :3o a. ni. ami ,
P. ib. Sundays.
West Nashville, Sum!
. ; prearhlnir 1 1 :Ku a. i
S' 'uml ! :?.0
and 7 ;.'iu p. n
prayer nieeiiiij, Thursday nlht.
St. Ell Primitive, Tin. PiLle pnnd meets
JTary Sunday evening at r, :30 o'eloek.
taaght by Sinter Syhla Henderson. Kverv
e Is Invited to meet us. The Sundav
School opens every Snndav morning a't
:80. .Superintendent Iter. S. V. Houulass,
pecretary Syl.ia Henderson. I'leaehlhit serv
Mos 11 :30 a. in. and 8 p. m. everv Sundav
vernlnir under the ouspici's of i:ider (i
H".r.' -"..rrh, nonelson. Rev.
A. Abernathy, pastor, ii. Washington.' Sunt!
Mt. Lebanon Hnptlst Church, llretitwnod,
Bcr. I. K. Imvts, Pastor. U.K. Hunt, Supt.
Clifton Av-nue Baptist Church, ltev.
t.on (Jrauam, I'astor.
Shlloli Isap'.lst Church, Rolling Mill Hill
Btr. C. C. Holand, Pastor.
Tenth ATer.uo fiaptlst Church. Rev. H.
BiKlot, Paver. Services 11 a. m. and 8
p. iu. ; Sunday School M5 jr. m.
ML View flaptist Ch.rrh, Rev. V. 1'.
Hall, Pastor. Cleiamte il. Ross, Supt.
AIL Bethel, East Nashville, SundaT
Bctiooi fl:30 b. m. ; servlcea 11 a. ni. and
p. m. Suodnya; servkea Tuesday and
Tharaday nights. He'. D. A. Weakley, Pas
te; r. IV'. O, Randolph, Supt. tlunduy
aool t a. m
s p. n. buodAja ; com
t"l"" ll a. . ana
"w hhij. Mo natar.
tio tttlt kt Nithniu. Huoilay
SO s. B. : prnf!siB 11 . m. aaa
S p. m. Sundayt ; cumtr.unUu services every
flm SsBdnj. Bt. Jotrpli keil, 1'iuter',
rtvi. A. A. UPBlftt. fcUDt. SUdil I
Kree Silver I'lan Uiuioa, Sudav sctiool
" :M ! prtattiiiif 11 a. m. uud
Su p. w. Suadiiv.; roBiaiuaitB aervicek
every nrst SuDauy. Kev. Jai c. Hvnt.
l'atur ; Mr. U. tiav Mtllnr sunt 'k.ih. .
"tM .NusiiTUie, buuanj Bcbuul 0 :iu a. MUU "er"'u o.vo p. ui. lo V .49 p. bi. cuui
01.; preaiaiug 11 a. in. ad B p m ; Tura- uauiuu uu liri uuau j :u p. bi.
oay ui.ui pmyer eerviceb, ertiuy inut "a"llrrs Al'UUj; I :au y. m. to 6 .30 p.
uiimLutui:: cuuiiaumin vi-iIu. u. , , .
-4Vt-UllH n. p i. it i ,.
ua i l. oj
iloy riuily, o.4o JUilrd Avenue N.. tiau-
'""Sell, i rlef.
i UNTCOtiAL, CH L KCLktS.
iiuiiut. uw Tweiuu nveuue,
act vice. 11 . a. ui. uuu I p.
' lVK.Tll DAY
' ""' J- u. Laeiil, 1'a.ivlr.
""""J' tauiuiduy m n :4U . u
" i n.io a. m.
o cot, p.ccwd.u i.
PUU.U,4; awl V-
"mm aauji'tis uie uiuaaa ai l
u,KUU( eci louriu jfiiu
veuiuu i , luuwtu b) COua
lite. Ail ate hcKoUit.
uwuii Louitrtuiloaal Cuurtk, kL'tii
Aveuuu ueai cuureu. ienuu. Suuiiuy
ii a. m. uud p. ui. ; ounuay saoel u .ou
a. ui. , wujuuia.ou (ij Jt auuday n
a. ui-i prayer uiteuajj Vcuaeau ujbui.
au. HiUic. Uauua, clluriu Cmia. l n
Luiou, J.'i.k Liu.vorbity Campus. 1'rcaeu
lug aurvico. al n loiiuwm by ouu-
uy SlUooi, 1. ii. c. a- uuu L K .
lag! at a. ui. , ini.siuu auuday ,eui j
I, ui. , tuujei iueuuy ai o.-lu
p. a,, a. ilasacu, Paoiur; t. A. ile-
iictiurui, iiev. u. W. aiorroii.
J T. iaujild. 'I'raaniin.p
51. alai'Y a Liuiih-i
ui iweiuii AvmiUtt
a. in. , pruacuiuu
suuua,) oluoui H
il u. ui. x
C k,., S
u Auuraw i'rwtiy Urlan Cliureh Cor.
blu ATe- ttmi "'et. U.v. .
auuiaier. ieiepuoua 41. jsUo.
.ervleea a u.
aud :v, iu.iad.y i d ; choir i
. . i. tiun auuuuy :nv p.
COLOltKIJ METHODIST UI'UCOr'AL
l.aue iuutrnocla, gui'Iai; St. tiniay
School ii .an a. ui. ; praaeaiog 11 .3 a. is.
aud o p. ui. lijiwona LaKua mevUug al
ii -il) p. in. ; proyer meeuag every vreoues
uay ui o clock.
rlullips fuapel, i Wharf Ave. b'uuihy
Bchuol y a. ui. ; 0. Ii, Lwagao 7 p. la ;
Claaii uieeuni; TuevSay nigki, alkit Clas.
Cupula Chapel, cliurck St. Prea (thing at
11 a. m. and p. bi. ; 3uaay tcim i :SQ
a. nr.; C. H. League i p. m. ; i'uenaay atigbl,
claea uieetiau ; i edneaday 3 p. m., aiiuie
I c hin-iii of the Holy Trlnitv, Bwlna
lAviiu... and Mxih ....niie , 'ii, i., .
fclmor -d. rlgi.i, I'rieat In c uuru...
i Orniu.. Ui.,i ii,. r ...
il""u " " '" ! Sunuaj a,.'lio,ll M :3ll a." lu.
Llelllllt t.ultt 1111,1 S.'l'ilinn 8
in. A ctliUcu
" to all.
i lii-L Aii'inonal. I ranklln St. t?jn
day ScIhhiI !i a. in.; Sunday B,.rvicvsi
,11 n. in. and 7 :;1U p. tn. ltev. V. It. Steph
ens, l'ustnr. Mr. K. T. Green, Clerk; ITut
'1. li. Ilanliumn, Superinieudint of Sun-
, day Selnml.
; lu..dfii Chapel
05 Uenrgin street, rt'ia-
day servieiw 1 la. ni. and
I W I. fit,.lw,ll ll--, -
.v ,,. m. .e..
j linden chapel. Herman St., near Pros
Jiivt. Sunday .erviceH 1 1 a. in. und 7
p. h. ltev. J. W. .Snlienkld. Pn.tor.
'"lit v iiapei. iTiraoie s. IV. ' or.
Hill Similar lorri,-,.., II m nj 7--i.il
ltev. .1. I. I'rl.-e. 1 1. !.. l'nstor. .VI
Id, Superintendent of Sunday school.
Mr a Chape , tireen street, mr l-'n
field Sunday servic es 11 a. m. and 7 ,:m
P in liev. 1 1. ''. Iliireh, II. rv. Pastor.
Eleventh Avenue M. K. Chiinli. S?r
lees l: a. ni. and 8 p. m. ; Sundav School
!' :l"i. S. M. Strayhnrne. I'asMr.
'lli.nipsnn Chapel. W'nldin CnlTer.it
i Hinpiis. nnnnay ,euoni p :,iij a. m. ; preni U
tiav Street Tlirlstlan Chireh Pldee l
.1. Smith, I'aatnr. Services 11 a. bi. and
k p tn. ; SiiBday School 12:30; WIIIlBi
Workers Club every Tiiii-iiaav nlkht ; l'a
tui'i Aid Society iv.-v lilday nlglit. b.
J. ( handler, Clerk.
Willow Slreet. N. Hill 8. W. Corner First
A.mue. Sunday servicoa 7 .SO p. m.
( lu rch of Clirln. Chuiiotte and 41th
' -. .. ....
Minny A. .M. k. sunu School 1) :30
; in. h p. m. ltev. VV. I. (,o-.', pastor
( I I'.-nezer. Stones I!iv:r Turnpike. Sun
day servli is ll n. ni and 8 p. in. ; Sunday
School ::io o. in.: '.hrlsiinn Kndeavor V
'p ic; class meeilii.; 'Uesu.ir ni.'.ht ; pray-;
!s-.,fXdinpH.'r,'!iJ''y Uvy' " aj
i'Vl Luke, 'l'lr'st Street. W. Nashville.!
Sunday servic es II u. m. and N p. n-.. ,
iSui.day Sehoul !):.",() u. tn ; Cliristinn hM- :
ivaviir p. ni. liev. laniih K. ChildreMJ,
I Salem. Cor. 4 Mi Aieii!, North and itu
, iluii.iiH St. Suinlny w-rviciii 11 a. ni. nd
P. lo : Sunday Sekooi .1 .ofj a. ni. Curl
tlun I'udeavor 7 n. in. : clas. mcvliiu.' Thars
d.i nint'1 : prayer n-tliij; Tuesday nlglit.
ltev. A VVIiltwoiih. Pmtoi
Si'iivel St. 171! Second St. Sunday Rorv-
I '!?(, ii iii.t ci, L,,?7n
Class Meeting Thursday nlglit ; liev. W. A.
I eyties Chapel. Cor. 7t'i r.nd Winter S's.
Suiidaj services 11 a. tu. and 8 p. in.;
Sunday school 11:30 a. m. j christian F.n
(l,aoi 7 p. ni. : elans, uniting Thursaluy
olglil; prayer meeting Tuesday night Hev.
J. o. Johnson. I, I'., I'ai.tor.
St. James, Mooret'in. Sunday snrvlcea
11 a in. and 8 p. hi., 'uiiday School P ;30
a. in.: Christian Kndeavor 7 p. m. ltev.
G. I. Jnikson, l'nstor
St. John Church. Comer Btn Ave., N.
and Cedar St. Rev. J. .M. Smith, 1'iiator.
Sunfay School U :30 a. m. ; prenehlng 11
a. in. and 8 p. m. ; A. C. E. League 7 p.
ni.; dans meitini; Tuesday evening 8 p. m.
St. Paul Church. Cor. 4th Ave., K. and
Franklin St. Iter. II. L. Jones. J-nator.
i BuLoay Sciiool 9:30 a. .; aervkea 11 a.
n. at. SimaTa- i.ii..,irfc., I i.,w.l.u - .. . ..... ........ ..r. . v, ttuwi.
"'vuiic, m. tnniS, au. , iuib o. B. Llilll XatraM 4 -3tt n "in,ii i'UI'ikii, .mili 11 LUUil
XriUe kwrt let kUKj ubi;
' a tuj i'huy Ufaii ataiuM
Bl MJ Uuj v- . , wuvu r
amoaai ani auu
ol iHU4, ah. ee. iiaj. Bt
aey Miu.n t a. . iw k r. ik, atut-
Ktwi t ..w a. ik. , (.kiuuu un
w i p. ui. , t aenui luuiauay kttfuL
A, spun a, laalui.
at. .tier .., aurc 4 wm M
LilK llllt Llrt'k 1'lk.. hllLJa . -.., u
j . iu. , preatuini; ii :i y ; ua
I curiaum kaueaivr i u.; ia-eat4
r '' ; rrr, .'
uu (i. in., suuuay &tmui v m. m.,
. lunfiim tut) aunt. ;
turiu - u initi"riiwv
Uouae ol iiotauio ui lhe nnuLi Ivn.iml
UUU IU UlUllT .4llllle. IY1U - I I
11H .a II till It I I . Ilii r. ai uilli I t.
inua as haudea iu lo iinu fiuur oi '
lut .-asaUie iuoe. ec tuat your vuurvo
uu iiiu naiuv ol yeur 1'ualor aiirra iu
luia iKrvcluiy Lull tun Cuurvu l.uilot.
Silvia St. iiapust Ctiurcll. Cor. 6tb St.
"u aUaitiy Ave. suuilnv &1U00I M :Ju a. m.
w iu .a. ui. ; Uevuuuu aatl euiiiKB e
.rt uiuiiv n
i l. i uu p. ai. lo t.gt p. ui. iievetluu
ll. J. U.hvaus, A. M., laniur. Air. il.r
imiC Uinuiut;uaui, bee.
ST. LUKE'S A. M. E. CHUHCH.
The Sunday school of St. Luke's
M E church is r ini.llv ilri,,.nu
i ! niaiiy new member
! to the roll. The singing of St. Luke is
much improved since the orguuiza
' tain ol" Hie glee Club. At o o'clock on
Sunday evening the big home coming
j rally was pulled oil with a very elo
; queut sermon preached by Kev. Jus.
K. Childress, pastor, he out lined ths
, .1..,.. ........I..... 1.. 1. .1
, , , . ,
and those who do not enlist are slak-
; ers, many members paid their funds
' were benetited by the sermon. To the
surprise oi the pastor and members
la beautiful large wall clock was pre-
sented to the church by Mr. Louis
Smith President of White Hose Social
Ch I.A..I V ill WKl :llivilln
j I ii.. . i.;.. 1.1. .u
1'iouu ui ..ll. .-uuuu u,l nis liifell
ideas ami ei una.iie tnougnis. lie nas
done much fur the up building oi the 1
com.miiutv. iliss Beltie Porter, ;
Treasurer of White Hose Social Club
,..j v i.,,.,,.,.,,,,,., ..,,i
Time. She discussed the necessity of
time and being on time and being
ui-uiim iiuu.-. i liv i",M,n; nt;ii. ciy ,
much pleased with Miss Porters talk ,
ami wished success to Uie Club.'
The rally close,! wiili much success
and was one of the greatest of the sea-'
ST. ANDREWS PRESEYTERIAJT
Ninth Sunday after Trinity.
lilie Epistle, 1 Cor. 10:1-10.
'lhe Gospel. Luke Hi: l-'J.
ltoly Communion at Early service,
'The Transllguratioii of Christ.'
j unniue enteriaininetit uud the Meto-1
kas proved the winners. A splendi 1 1
program w as rendered. MibS Pauline '
I u!Tll ",Uil! lln').rossil''1 011 !
1 Lnrt n , " a " Iieailln,B, U"Tn
: H ?;;,ss Sht il Su7 SffpS
i less in her chosen work.
' Mrs. Haywood, Mrs. Ophelia Mor-
ton and Miss Susie L. Turner rou-
tiered beautiful solos. Mr. Oeorae
.Morton delivered the welcome ad
dress. The president of the Galeda
Class gave two readings. After iheirl,s "een recently elected a teacner in
program, Mr. Boy I came forward and i Turner, was appointed the captain of
announced that he would give a per-! ,n,; women. The oamjaign closes Sun
lormai:ca on Montlav nUht following. I 'a.v ni"ht Al'K 5lh- Tne Canlen
Total money raised was $14. I Party given hy the Minnie Ilaha Club
Boyd ami ltussi II entertainment j Monday night was a gre:it success,
proved a rhtpss. Quite a large! Miss Viola Flag desires to thank all
nuttwuce was out to witness their per
fonnancn. Amount of money raised'
From tickets. SF'l.id; refreshments,
t-.i; tolnl, $!.).. Tims the Metokns
tin! (.aleilas of Tubernaclo Baptist
Church iir doing jmii good as or
sanized Bible classe-! under the lend
rrsliip of our beloved pastor. Hev. H.
Hums. Total amount raised from
the two rntortainmrnls, fl.l.O.I. Each
president of the clns-'e is working
hard In their repctive classes.
w-ti, ,,. ,,.
" a,rl1 ,IS RrOW .
Miss 1 1. r. Chambnr was a wel
I fome visitor at the Tabevnaclo Bap
tist Church S'.indav.
The Bnffal) and 'mlian Hunt, will
nice' wilh the fta'ndis and Metokar
ef Tabernacle BartM Church the
peennd Sundav Pi Vncnat.
We are aslnnp th" tirayers of each
and every one that we may do more
in the future than in the past.
Miss Katie 0. Walker, President of
Mr. Itobt. Williams. President of
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Last Sunday the Sunday school was
opened ai tne proper hour by our
fciiporiiiteiidem, Jii. Win. H. Shackle
ford, notwithstanding the very ill
ness of his wne, for whose recovery
The pastor preached a powerful ser
mon at 11 o'clock. The A. C. K.
League was highly benefited by a
ftrong and Interesting talk by Hev.
W. L. Ledfotd of Godwin Circuit.
At S o'clock the Hev. . Ledford
preached a strong sermon to an eager
and aiumlve crowd from Jer. 5:1. 11
1 eter 1:8. Suhjeet, "Looking lor c
Man and Making a Man." We are al
ways glad to have such strong and
able men as Dr. Ledford in our midst.
The congregation disbanded in love
and In harmony with each other.
For visiting, come to Bethel at any
service. You are welcome.
nUST BAPTIST CHURCH EAST
Hev. W. S. Ellington will occupy his
pulpit nil (Inv Sunday
1 ! . . . :
"A fountain of
Living Valor" will be his subject at
the morning service. Ho will preach
again at the Lurd s Supper Service al j
15 p. m and there will bo a formal i
it-iii,,t,i(i t,t tlin itiim lui chiii tliiiuo vi'hn !
have been recently baptized. At night
there will be a praise and prayer ser
vice. THE CUIvIEERLAIvTL RIVER DIS
TRICT M. E. CHURCH.
Tim Cumberland Hiver District
Methodist Episcopal Church met al
Liberty July lh, 1917., Hev. T. V.
Johnson, D. D., pastor; Ht'v. E. J
Guthrie, D. D., district superintendent,
presiding. After the Scripture read
ing by the district superintendent the
roll was called. Seventy-eight ro-
-sponded by paying their dues which
amounted to $S.!)0, after which the
'Conference was organized by electing
Rev. J. A. W. Moore, D. D., pastor of
McMinnvllle Station, secretary, and
Miss Janle L. Myers of Lebanon and
Miss Curly Maudlin of Liberty were
'i'ue secretaries were made report
ers lo the papers. Keporis were
called for. ltev. K. J. outline, dis
trict buperiuleudent, read his report.
Hev. . L. Deuiou was elected sta
tistical secretary, liev. J. . Kith
u,oua-u-u - -...
eouiuultee vas read aud approved us
read. Kev. '. Fetherston was called
rrr. nn In. . . . u s- u- "uJey l ireuit this week iu the
Exodu. ""'uatioua capital. The capable per-
ttiTrST Tra1 r,,U -udevil.e are distrlbud
losiic ol Lebanon rendered music
Ior tlle t,a.v- Collection lo the amount
ot was taken. Announcements.
Doxology was suug. Ueuedictiou by
Hev. i'. BVlherston.
i!ev. J. A. W. .Moore, D. D
-Mis Janie L. Mcis, Secretary.
CHUKCH OF HOLY TKINITY.
Church ol the Holy Trinity, Kwiug'alul Jlct lellaml ani1 McClelland,
and Sixth avenues, tue Kev rJ w i i M'1-Cit.v Theater Means and Means
Wright, l'riost iu-chaige. ' Cele'bra-' uml Trixie S""'1
tion ot the Holy Eucharist at 7 o'clock. I
Matins UMorums 1'ruyer) und Sermon1 0 Viows" ot lhe s,aBe alld
at U o'clock. Sunday school ai ):m Stage People
a. in. A cordial welcome is extended ;
mST BAPTIST CHUfiCH EIGHTH
A V 1M 1 1 p, IVORTH !
Next Suudity, July :'9, preaching at
11 a. m. by W. T. Aniiger, subject, 1
"The Mission of the Holy Spirit."
Subject at ni.i;lil, "Freedom." The pub-j
lie is invited. j
WniTT'Nr'Q ATiYTTTAty v I
ine Auxiliary or tne 15th Ave.
Baptist Church, met in its regular
meeting, Thursday night, Julv L'tith
at the resilience of Mrs. Myra Stone
m lsth Ave., wiih Miss Lizzie Scrib
ner as hostess. The meeting was
opened at .S:;:n by the President, who
sang and prayer. Scripture reading
from the -Tith chapter of Matthew.
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?n,.' ' "' rtlo and tiuotu ions
1' " , " ,u.r- 1 rc "
lont ot the labermicle Baptist Church
, Auxiliary, Mrs. A. Marshall, was
liresont and spoke words of encourage
ment to us which were verv highly
Al'ier a" 'msiness the Auxiliary
''e,"lL're(1 11 short PB" as
Sl)"K h' ,n0 Auxiliary. Prayer by
Urn. . Ii. Williams, t-olo by Mrs. Ada
Walker. Paper by Mi;'s Emma Hee l.
' Duet by Mrs. Mattin Johnson anil Mr.
W. C. Williams. Short talks by the
I President. Song by the Auxiliary. Clos
ing prayer by Sister Annie Hiubett.
After the program, Miss Lizzie Pcrib
; ner in a very delightful way served
j the auxiliary to an ice course, which
i was very highly enjoyed. Miss
' Scribner was assisted by Mrs. Myra
i Stone nnil Miss Inmin Itco l.
Mrs. Elvia Moore. President.
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Splendid audiences attended both
the morning and evening services last
Sunday. The sermon by the pastor
on "Damaged Goods," as announced
for the morning service, was a revela-
tion and many were the congratula-
tions received by the pastor from
those who heard it.
Dr. Jones has been requested to
repeat the sermon, which he has
pr,,misea t0 rt0 at sonie future ,Ult0-
The Sunday school is beginning to
n ' ,he ?! " m,s' , 1 1,0 paf r nL
!,lVn"'u ' um ""i"'1,'"'
nirner college iiioney, to couiiiiuu
for onlv one week. Miss Hill, who
who rendered their assistance in mak
ing this entertainment a success.
The subject of the pastor's discourse
next Sunday morning will be "The Fit
and the Unlit." The evening discourse
will be, "Living with Other People."
The choir has taken on new life and
is now aiming to rival the best in the
RAILROAD ANNOUNCES SPECIAL
EXCURSION RATES ACCOUNT
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, July
28 Emmett J. Scott, Secretary ot the
National Negro Business League an
nounces that the Southeastern Pas
senger Association, upon application
of Ernest T. Attwell. Transportation
Agent, has granted excursion rates
for the annual meeting to be held at
Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 15,
lfi nnd 17, 1917. This rate is issued In
Tariff No. Exc. 7090 by the railroads
of the Southetstern Passenger Associa
tion including the Southrn Railway,
The Louisville and Nashville Railroad
and the Nashville, Chattanooga and St.
The National Negro Business League
was organized In 11100 by the late
Broker T. Washington to encourage the
colored people of the United States
to establish business enterprises, and
brings together annually hundreds of
representative and successful colored
people who are making substantial
progress in their communities.
One feature of the League's work
which is of special interest to the
South is the annual observance of a
National Negro Health week, which
cooperates with local and stale health
boards in promoting better living
conditions among the colored people.
During the last Health Week, which
was held in April 1917, the National
Clean Up and Paint Up Bureau, of
St. Louis Missouri, offered three silver
engraved cups to the three communi
ties whose reports showed the most
effective work done. These cups will
be presented at the forth coining moat
ing to be held at Chattanooga to com
mittees from Atlanta, Georgia; Salis
bury, North Carolina; and New
t Aninni? the nrnmlnont nnenlrerti whn
have definitely accepted places on the
program are Governor Tom C. Rye, of
Tennessee; Dr. James II. Dillari,
President of the Anna T. Jeanes Foun-
dalion, who Is making an Invest Iga
tion of Negro migration for the De
partment of the Interior; Robert R.
Moton, Principal of Tuskegee Insti
tute; Monroe N. Work, Hditor of the
Negro Year Book; James C. Napier,
former Register of the U. S. Treas
ury and now President of the League;
and Dr. Ernest Lyon, Llberian Consul
General, with headquarters at Balti
more Maryland; and many others.
Round trip Nashville $6.30.
Tha Paccinnr Chnw in Uich.
iiiu i u.giug uuun in ll toil
inrrtn n TwInUor. nn tha '
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(ij K. W. Thompson.)
Washington D. C, July 30.
Twiukers on the Dudley Circuit.
There is no lack of twiuklers on the
S. 11. Dudley Circuit this week iu the
among the local houses as follows:
Howard i'ope and Dallas, World
aud l'eat and Thomas Mellon.
Dudley's U. Street Theater Daniels
uud Davis and cnarles Anderson, the
Blue Mouse Hoss and Hoss.
Foraker Harrington and Mills and
j Ureen and Hiley.
I Iceland Virginia Liston, AI Major
The pressing engagement of S. II.
uuuiej render u lmpossioie ior nun to
uiake a specal appearance at the How-
Dudley render it impossible for him to
ucancu oy ins menus, ii uau
been planned to have a "Dudley Night."
and the Boosters and Knockers would
turn out in force to cheer him on his
way, as was done at the (Jayety last
spring when Dudley came here with
i)uve Marion's troupe.
lrs- Billy Kersands was warmly re-
eeived last week at Dudley's
Miss Hattie Akers, of the team of j
Akers and Jackson, is spending the j
summer at her home in U. street
Virginia Liston, who can sing more '
"blues" than any other woman in this L
neck o-the-woods, Is now Mrs. Brown,
and is making her home in Northeast
After a big week hero, Irvin C. M
lcr's Broadway Kastus" is at the Pal
ace Theatre in Norfolk, Va., this week,
with some good dates to follow, he
show is a fine one, and will draw any
Frederick DeBotts, who was recent-!
ly honorably discharged from the Dis
trict National Guard on account of
having a dependent family, is now as
sisting manager Dudley at the Mid
Abbie Mitchell will be seen in "Ca
mille" at an early date. Her coining as
"Nadina" in "The Chocolate Soldier"
is eagerly awaited by her host of ad
mirers here. The opera will be pre
sented at the Howard the week of
Tom Brown's recent rest period in
New York City did him a mint of good.
He surprised his contemporaries by
coining back to Washington looking as
youthful as a chipper as he did in
the good old days on the "yellow
Bridge" ut Indianapolis, Intl.
Miss Susie Sutton was seriously
handicapped during her recent ap
pearance here in "Damaged Goods"
by a fail in New York which bruised
a limb, and further shocked to
learn Monday night of the sudden
death of a very dear friend In Can
ada. Miss Sutton lived here for a num
ber of years, and has a host of sym
Mrs. Annie Lawrence Lucas, the
gifted poetess, playwright and com
poser has been appointed to a posi
tion the bureau of engraving and
printing. Mrs. Lucas has just com
pleted a new drama entitled "The
Nicche in the Libary Wall," and has a
volume of poems almost ready for the
press. She is now costly domiciled at
1908 Sixth street, Northwest.
Harry Brown, the well-known car
toonist and singer, is doing the Vir
ginia string of the Dudley circuit, mak
ing Norfolk, Roanoke and Richmond.
,IIe will be in Washington again soon
and play all of the local houses. He
',13 on tlie look out for a singing part
;ner, and it is said he has about con
cluded to negotiations with a noted ex
star of a big musical comedy company.
Frank B. Williams, composer of
"Consolation," "Jessamine" and other
ballads, has put out another new serio
comic entitled "Some Secrets That One
Never Tells." Two of his newest pro.
ductions that are going through are
Dunbar's "Conscience and Remorse'
(music), and a rousing march called
"Loyalty." Mr. Williams may take to
the road again if he can secure a suit
able partner for a high-class musical
and comedy act.
Miss Laura V. Hammond, who so
pleasingly presides over the box office
at the Howard, is one of the "lndlspen
sibles" at this playhouse beautiful. She
handles the biggest and most exacting
crowds without one complaint being
registered and is as accurate as a bur
rough adding machine in noting up
cash and change. During the recent
absence of Messrs Byras and Thomas
In Baltimore, Miss Hammond ran the
entire business for a week without
hitch or flaw. There Is "class" to Miss
Hammond as an executive force and
shall Sisters, distinguished herself here
Miss Hthel Marshall, late of the Mar
aud in Baltimore by appearing for the
first time as a "single." She acquitted
herself with marked credit and has of
fered more time than she could ac
cept this season. She put over three
numbers In dainty style and won nu
merous recalls. She costumes her act
beautifully, making three changes
nightly. She is resting for a brief
period at her home in Cincinnati, O.,
and may rejoin "The Smart Set" in
August. It was with this celebrated
aggregation that Miss Marshall made
her start on the stage.
A new theater for colored patrons,
with stage large enough for the big
road companies and highest-class nov
elty acts tn again talked of In apl-
talistic circles. With a steady demand
for time on the part of stock compan-
- 1 les, road attractions that have never
been able to get Into Washington
concert singing and local dramatic and
musical entertainments, the necessity
for a second thaeter of adequate size
Is seen at a glance. Such a house,
erected In the U street district, seat
ing about 1,200 persons, would be a
money-maker from the opening of the
doors. A syndicate is said to be ne
gotlatlng with S. H. Dudley, with
view of putting up a house of the type
mentioned. No better man could
Phnne Main 380
Lee y Company
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Promptly Answered at All Hours.
Peraona In th
ma writ tua
WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MONEY
MY FItKK ItOOK TKLhS HOW
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flMO tn T f R h vTirvhAt selling wo KeMey twiners
$10 10 reJ-MJMB (JEW PROGRESS OF COLORED PEOPLE a 500
nage be.k. Teachers, Students, Ministers, Widows, Married Women, anyone wltn spare
h can make $1.00 PER HOUR.
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VEST POINT. MISS.
FOR GIRLS ONLY
Opens October 4th, 1917
HES T EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR. COLORED GIR.LS IN MISSISS-IPPI
WRITE FOR BEAUTIFUL CATALOGUE. Address
Rev, Edgar F. Johnston, D. D., President
WEST POINT, MISS.
selected to make the house a "sure
Miss Esther Bigeou, the vital spark
of Broadway Rastus," has fallen in
love with Washington, and declares it
is the cleanest and prettiest city she
has ever seen. The people here al
.ays appreciate the excellent work done
by Miss Bigeou, who is a genuine art
ist and a conscientious worker, and
she is sure of a "bid hand" and count
less encores. Miss Gigeou, although
Improved in voice since her appear
ance here In June, is still suffering
from a variety of ailments due to over
work, and she has arranged to rest in
this city for a few weeks. She Is stop
ping at Mrs. MacFarland's, 907 T.
street, Northwest. MIbs Bigeou Is a
native of New Orleans, and is des
cended from one of the oldest Creole
families of the state. Her father was
identified with the Louisiana politics
during the regime of the Pinchbacks,
Dunns and Lewses.
The rapid recovery of Salem Tutt
Whitney In Philadelphia assures the
opening of the rehearsals of "The
Smarter Set" on schedule time at the
Howard early in August. The new
play "My People," outlined to us by
Mr. Whitney, Is a medley of music,
ccmed, tragedy and the standard
drama, with an abundance of dancing
of every type and humor of the most
upfi-date originality. It will com
mingle In an artistic fashion the seri
ous pide of the Negro problem In in
dustry, rolitics and war with the aspiration.-'.
;f the race toward the legiti
mate in rlays and in opera, as well as
in fun and frolic. The coming produc
tion, which Is to have its premier Au
gust i'7 at lhe Howard, is to be the
most distinctively "Whitney" piece that
has yet been offered by the "Smarter
Set." The music much of it hy that
eminent composer, Trevor L. Corwell;
Is to be especially adapted to the vary
ing moods of the play, and a notable
feature will be strains of the pure
melodies of Africa and local color to
match the kaledoscopic changes of
scene and nativity. The personnel of
the new company will be announced
GALEDA CLASS OF FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galeda Class met in their regu
lar weekly meeting last Wednesday
night at the residence ot Mrs. Mattie
Johnson, 438 10th Ave., N., at 8 o'clock.
The Pdesirent opened up with the regu
lar routine of business. About' 24
answered to roll call with quotations
and dues. Several visitors were pres-
- ent in the person of Mr. and Mrs.
a Fate Moore of Braden Chapel and Mr.
T. II. Cannon, President of the Meto-
be ka class. Each spoke words of en
418 Fifth Avenue. N.
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WONDLKFIL flAlK DRESSING aad GROWER
One thousnnd anbina wanted Good money maao.
Want ukoiim In ovury city aud vllllugeis .Ui TUB
ST A It IIAIH UKilH'hM. Tlila iaa wotidorriU prepunt.
lion. Cull he unut wiiu or without airaiKhlmliig Iron.
Sella for i'tc per box-one -ic box will prove lut wluA
Any peiHon who will use a 'Joe box wilt be convinced.
No nmit -r what hna tuue.t to grow yuur hulr Juat give)
lilt SI Alt 1IA1K UHIIWKK H ftial and you wUl be ouai
vlnoed Mend Joe Ibr full alaed hex. If yau wlsb to be a
agent send II 00 and we will aend yau a fnll iiappUr
Uml yon oaa belii work at once; also agent's taraaa.
Send all money by Monev Order to
The Star Hair Grower Mfgfid
Soathra Braneli-aaB lit lj
l 1 1 in , N. C.
S.iltl will ?it 'hlir ll "111 a 'I MHiirl
Star Hair QfM ;fr. Six iA J.jnftbi.-J.
Ii.ui't sTiurnle nlco.x In iiueoncnlnl
eniplin infill w ill lo m hours and slu t
pay. Kducato om self to do work Unit
iiaklltt ecompeiliion: Isu t it better lo
spend a half h mr dully and quality
yourself to do work that everyone else
cannot do. 'l he Holds are large.
E10S0 milt GSffWIR. 50c par box
Are Seldom Kiualecl never and Excell
ed; Instruction by mall or In per-on.
Diplomas loiirndpalu.. Av'cncs wanted
everywhere, don't deiay, write today.
A penny will do It.
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which Is a Hair C rower and stops fall
ing hair, removes dandru.'f, cleans and
feeds the scalp and makes the hair grow
very fast. This is necessary before short
nappy, kinky hair, can be made straight
and lonu. Try a box. Prica 25c by
mail on receipt of stamps or coin.
AQENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Wrtta For Partlcnlars
IXILBNTO MEDICINE COMPANY
couragement to the class and compli
mented the Galedas the way that
they come out each week. After all
business was over with, Mrs. John
son assisted by Miss Fannie Bowen
served water melon, lemonade and
cake. The class left at 10:00 o'clock
thanking the hostess for her generous
hospitality. Adjourned to meet next
Wednesday night with Mrs. Sally
. HAIR '-j-v
DR. R. B. MATTHEWS PASSES .
Dr. R. B. Matthews, of Meridian,
Miss., a member of the class of 1917,
successfully passed the State Medical
examination. This will be good news
to the many friends he made during
his school days. Dr. Matthews, whlla
studying his profession, decided to
take unto himself a better half and
accordingly married Miss Kittle, Mat
Davl3, one of the city's promising
Misses. Wherever the doctor decides
to locate he carries with hlra the
Nashville public's best wishes.
TO THE VOTERS:
I am a candidate for re-election, as Cora
misaioaer of Streets, Sewers and Sidewalks.
Primary Septeajber 13, 1917, and elcetioa
September 27, 1917.
GEORGE W. STAINBACK