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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1917.
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OrMLtar NaabTflle OrA Directory.
Ftoyffie Wheatlejr ........ ...Mr. 0. U Jckon....Mrt. X H. Hal Laat Thureday
Noo Paredl Mr. W. T. HlKhtower.Mra. M. C. Chart! ....2nd and 4Ui Tuesday!
Qne Brt-Ce Qua Caet .Mra. J. W. Work Mra. J. H. Hale lad Friday
Hooaekeepere -Mrs John Harlan Mra. G. B. Foaelo .. 2nd and 4th Mondaya
OarnaUan art -..Mra. S. M. Utley ..2nd end 4tH Taeadaja
Uwiiee A. M. B. Union . .Mira. John Flnley Mra. R. A. Rose lat Friday
Mareafcai Nlel - Mra. J. A. Lester Mra. Lucy Harwell ....9ml and 4th Friday
Floemr4e-ll ......Mra. T. C Moore ....Mra. J. P. Crawford ..lat and Sri Teeday
O. W. Hubbard Hoerttal Mrs. P. R. Burrus. Miss V. L. Moore, First Monday
Culinary Art Mra. J. H. Hale Mra. W. B. Kilagton. .UM fTedaeedey
New Harem w Mlsa F. B. MeFarriat. .Mlaa Mary Latlmor ..
neighborhood Clrola Mra. Joels Headeraon .Mra. W, H. ItcOaTock.lad and ta Wednesday
City Federation Women's Clubs. ....Mrs. F. B. Dawson ...Mrs. J. D. Chavis ... 4th Friday.
Vlngt Ciaq ..... .Dr. C. V. Remaa Prof. H. L. Keith ....
B. T. O. M. - Mlas Elisabeth Moore .Mlaa Hazel Thompson.
Mid-week Pleasure ,Mr. Geo. Phillips Mlas Idella Oranberry .
Mignonette - - - ...
Golds West .J. ... Mr. 15. F. Aarone Bhveh Thursday
Economy Social J Mt Richard Crockett, arrfe Baxter " '!
Coterie , Mrs. W. M. Bentley ...Mrs. Fox
Jolly Seekers Mr. Jease Smith Mra. Allie Smith
ftuggeattr ...i ..Mrs. Wm. Young Mrs. A. L. Haddox ...
Rock City Acatemy of Medicine Dr. J. A. Lester G. M. Kendrick
Forth XashTUls Sewing Circle ......Mra. P. H. Douglass ... rs. H A. Boyd
New Idea Mrs. C. N. Langston . . .Mrs. m J. Hale
We Mean Pleasure '
Chrysanthemum , ......
American Beauty Mrs. Thos. Beach Mrs. W. H. Patton .
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Tonne People's Progreea&Te Club .... Miss Sadie G. Lyerson . Mrs. Corine Hunt . . 1st & 3rd Tues. nights
North Pole Literary Clue Mr. B. H. January
White Rose Social Mr. Louis Smith
Pierian Literary , -Mr. John T. Balden ..Mlaa Rnth M. Lore ..1st and rd Thursday
Relief Club Mrs. Susan Johnson . Mrs. Blanche Smith 1st and 3rd Friday
Twentieth Century Club Mrs. R. W. Wlngfleld Mrs. S. J. Baldon .... vad and 4th Thursdays
Lilly of the Valley Art Club IMrs. S. M. Utley . . . .Mrs. Robt. Eason .... 1st and Ird Wednesdaj
Boath Nashville Excelslon Literary . Mrs. Hattle L. Scott ..Miss Annie Rucker ..2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
A well attended meeting of the B.
T. W. T. Club was held Tuesday aft
ernoon at the residence of Mrs. R. H.
Boyd, 1602 Heiman St. Mrs. A. H.
. Clark, the president, presided over
the meeting. The meeting was open
ed in usual form. The roll was call
ed and each member responded with
, dues and quotations. After business
hour, oe hour was spent in needle
work. We were then conducted to
the beautifully decorated dining
Toom by Mrs. Bennefleld. The table
yvras artistically arranged. The color
scheme, white and gold mingling with
the glimmering glass and silver,
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cicTifis two course menu was served.
Thiose to enjoy the hospitality of the
hostess were Mesdames A. H. Clark,
iams, O. E. Morton, G. B. Bolden,
V. Baltimore, A. Webster, A. v. Mar
shall. MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE CLUB.
The Mt. Zion Progressive Club met
Monday evening at 8 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. G. I. Dodson, 2411 Jef
ferson St. The meeting was opened
by singing, "What a Friend We have
in Jesus," with Mrs. Robert Bradley
at the instrument. Scripture was
read by Mrs. Grant Elkins. Prayer,
by Mrs. Staberry. Song, "Pass Me
Not Oh , Gentle Saviour." Dues
were collected and each member re
sponded with a quotation using the
word "Peace." Arrangements were
completed for the Mock Weding in
which all of the participants will
be ladies, to be given at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church, corner Jefferson
street and Eleventh Avenue, North,
Monday, August 27th, 8 p. m. Come
and enjoy the entertainment.
An ice course was served by the
hostess. Adjournment. The follow
ing members were present: Mesdames
Amanda Bumpass, A. C. Holder Wil
lie B. Clark, Nannie Jackson, Mary
E. Graves, Grant Elkins, Robert
Bradley, Mattie Moore, John Maber-
!ry, rranK jones, ueorge uouson, uas
sandra Dodson, Rebecca Marshall,
Mattie Mai Marshall and Hettie
i Messrs. Samuel Leftwick, Robert
i. Bradley, Salem Hughes, Walter E.
Shane, Oliver Bupmass.
I THE JUVENILE HELPING HAND.
The Juvenile Helping Hand is a
club of Nashville women organized
for th? purpose of doing social uplift
work among the less fortunate boys
and f)ia of Nashville. The club
met :$sterday at the home of Mrs.
S. W. Crosthwaite and had as its
guest Mrs. John Hope of Atlanta, Ga.,
who Is Interested and active in
the same work in Atlanta. Mrs.
Hope made a very interesting talk
to the club in which she outlined the
method followed by the Atlanta club
and gave examples of the good ac-
' The Nashville club has two court
officers, Mrs. Julia Williams and Miss
Lizzie Kelley, president of the club,
both of whom receive the hearty co
operation of Judge Madison Wells,
the Judge of the Juvenile Court.
: DI HONOR OF THE MISSES
Sunday afternoon at tT.fi home nf
J her aunt, Mrs. Berry, Miss Charity
t B. Waddy entertained in honor of
Misses Lucy and Elizabeth Watklii3
i land Mr. Jasper Patton of Franklin,
I ITenn. Those present were Misses
: iOla Reynolds, Lou Willow, Mack
fGlothing, Mr. Perry Foster, Charlie
; Johnson, Wm. Blackburn, John Over
f r.rnwn Tnofr and ninvtnr ' Dn'J
I .gaged in until 7 o'clock. The young
people had quite a pleasant afternoon
with Miss Waddy.
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k HONOR OF MISS MCCLEMM0NS
I OF MONTGOMERY, ALA.
In honor of Miss Frances McCIenv
mons of Montgomery. Ala.. Miss Lou
Willow McGlothing entertained at; over at Nashville to meet several of
i dinner Friday evening. IThose present 'the ladles' Auxiliary movements
'to enjoy this ' well cooked dinner. here. - .
GlTi&g tke name ot the Frealdenta,
were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Berry, Mrs.
Eu.gie McBroom, Miss Charity B.
Waddy, Mrs. Daisy Turner Harris,
Miss McClennon, Messrs. Perry Fos
ter and Cyrus Johnson. At 8:30 Mr.
John Overton furnished music at the
piano and dancing was enjoyed until
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Harris of 2S40 W. Hill street was the
scene of a beautifully planned Red
Cross Social Friday night, Aug. 17th,
given by Misses Eva M. Lawson and
Viola Harris-McKinney, gratefully as
sisted by Misses Sarah Brown and
Jlattie Watkins. The parlor was de
corated with cut flowers and fernB
and red crosses. Each guest wore a
red cross. Music and .games were
features of the evening Those who
enjoyed the hospitality of Misses Law
son and Harris were: Misses Sarah
Brown, Hattie Watkins, Mattie Baker,
Rosa Peck, Tama and Mary Douglass,
Louise Gantt, Edna Adams, , Myrtle
Watkins, Minnie B. Thompson, Ad
die Wilson, Cora Holmes, Lucy Holtz
Clair, Mary F. Harris, Lizzie Harring
ton, Viola Harris, Mrs. Maria Brown,
Donelson Peck-Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harris,
Mrs. Wrijrht Watkins, Rev. Dr. M. L.
Spears, Messrs. Clarence t Watkins,
Lawson, Burns, Berry. Jinf Howard,
Ira Harris, Demoss, Thompson and
A. G. Harris.
A delightful ice course and punch
were served. Register was kept by
Miss Lawson. All expressed them
selves as having spent a most en
ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF MISS
Misses Ella Ramsey and Pearl
Gantt entertained at their residence,
636 Fogg street street, a few of their
friends Thursday evening in honor ot
Miss Carrye Dunn of Dickson. Music
and dancing were the features of the
evening. An ice course was served.
Miss Dunn left for her home Sunday
SHIRT WAIST BALL TO BE
The Young Men's Co-operative Club
and the Great Northern Club will give
;a Shirt Waist Ball Wednesday night,
August 29, at the German-American
Hall, corner Fourth avenue and Cedar
''street. Over 500 invitations have
been sent out. There will be enjoy
ment for everybody who attends this
affair. Whist and checker games will
.be played. Gypsy woman from Marlon
County will tell fortunes on love af
fairs. Old dances will be put on as
well as new ones for the benefit of
those who do not know new dances.
Mr. Samuel F. White will sing be
tween dances. Mr. Lewis Wilson will
be the dance director and over fifteen
fans will be provided to keep the hall
cool. Any kind of shirt and waist can
be tvorn. Mr. B. H January of t;,e
Young Men's Co-operative Club was
appointed general chairman of this
Reception Committee: F. R. Web
'ster. chairman: James W. Eakins, C.
A. Morford, Oscar Frazier, John 'Hoi
'lins, Jack Robinson, T. L. Armstrong,
Albert Lee, O. O. Clendenen, Lewis
Wilson, John Abernathy and Samuel
Ladies' Reception Committee: Mrs.
Laura Hunter, Chairman; Misses
Mary Thursman, Francis Brooks,
Clara Polk, Mary L. Polk. Louise Car
ter, Julia Webster, Nannie May
Brooks and Mrs. Clara Frazier.
Oakvlew Orchestra will furnish the
MRS. M. H. BRIGHT OP COLUMBIA,
S. C. PASSES THROUGH CITY.
' Mrs. M. H Bright, of Columbia, S.
C, and who has bepn vMting her
narpnts. Mr. nd Mrs. Wilson How-
land of Murfroesboro, passed through
the cit.v T"esd"v, a. m., en route to
points north. Mrs. Bright is a train
ed n'trse nnd a staunch worker in
social service movements among col
She is a national figure in racial
developments and is anticipating on
her return South, a few days stop
BecreOriee, -with datea at
MRS. HOUSTON RETURNS HOME.
Mrs. Durant Houston, 9th Ave. S.,
has returned home from a two weeks
visit to her sister, Mrs. Sol Joyce,
at Columbia. Mrs. Houston, was
shown many courtesies while there,
and enjoyed her trip immensely.
THE WHITE RIBBON ART CLUB
The White Ribbon Art Club met at
the home of Miss Alice Davis on
Eleventh Avenue, Friday afternoon
August 17th. The meeting was call
ed to order by the Chaplain, Miss
Mary Nicholson. Remarks were
made by the president, Miss Lucile
Cartwright. After which the guests
were served a delicious menu. The
guests numbered twelve. Those
present were, Misses Lorie Napier,
Cordelia Perkins, Lucile Cartwright,
Jennie Mai Baker, Celia Martin,
Eliza Blackman, Rozena Ross Willie
Mai Wods, Esther Alms, Louise Da
vis, Mary Nicholson, Elizabeth Da
The next meeting wil be held at
the home of Miss Matilda Foster,
1219 13th Ave., So.
MRS. TALBOT OF BUFFALO AD
DDESSES THE CITY FEDERATION.
Mrs. Mary B. Talbot of Buffalo
N. Y., the president ot the National
Federation of Colored Women's Clubs
spoke to an appreciative audience of
Nashville's representative women and
men at the First Baptist Church,
Eighth Avenue, North, last Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. Talbot has and is
traveling extensively over the coun
try in the interest of the social uplift
among our women and girls.
She spoke of the splendid efforts
being put forth by club women all
over the South to better the Bocial
conditions of our people and by giv
ing concrete examples, showed that
although much is being done, much
more needs to be done.
Her plea to our women to inspire
our girls to preserve the integrity of
Negro womanhood seemed to elicit
a responsive chord from the soul of
every person present. Mrs. Talbot
is a pleasing and earnest speaker
who made herself perfectly at home
with her audience.
While in the city Mrs. Talbot was
the guest of Mrs. J. C. Napier who
also has as her guest Mrs. John Hope,
the wife of President Hope of Moore
house College, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs.
Mrs. Hope is taking back to Atlanta
a beautiful silver loving cup which
Atlanta won in the city beautiful
contest and in which Nashville re
ceived honorable mention.
A pleasing part of the program
was the music rendered by the Treble
Clef Club of Walden University.
The meeting was held under the au
spices of the City Federation of
Colored Women's Clubs and was pre
sided over by its president, Mrs. F.
E. Dawson. A beautiful solo was
rendered by Mrs. H. J. Johnson.
MRS. GREEN WOODS ENTERTAINS
THE LILLY OF THE VALLEY
Despite the inclement weather the!
members of the Lilly of the Valley
Art Club were faithful Wednesday af
ternoon, August 15th, and at the regu
lar meeting hour most of them were
in their places feeling so pleased that
they had come because the hostess,
Mrs. Green, gave them such a cor
The president called the house to
order at the proper hour and the
meeting was opened with devotions
conducted by Mrs. R. B. Ross and Mrs.
Frank Williams, after which the nec
essary business was dispensed with
and the meeting was turned over to
the hostess, who served a delicious
Ice course. Those present to enjoy
the hospitality of Mrs. Woods were
Mesdames S. M. Utley, Green North
ern, Andrew White, Frank Williams,
,S. M. Strayhorne, Richard Floyd, R.
B. Ross, Henry James, A. B. Martin,
Robert Eason and Mrs. Talley, guest
of the club. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Frank Williams, Thir
teenth avenue, South, Wednesday af
ternoon, September 5, 1917.
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
The White Rose Social Club met
at the beautiful home ot Miss Mary
Atkins on Fortith avenue on Friday
evening. The meeting was opened
in its usual form. The members re
sponded with their dues. Much busi
ness was transacted. Miss Atkins en
tertained the club royally with special
L music and brick cream and lady fin
gers. The club adjourned to meet at
the home of Miss Tennie Moody next
THE RELIEF CLUB. "
A very enthusiastic meeting of the
Relief Club was held at the residence
of Mrs. Jennie Davis, 1043 Ivy street.
The president, Mrs. Susan Johnson.
the meeting by Mrs. Florence
Hodge. The meeting was opened by
Mrs. Davis. The club was honored
with a visit from Mesdames Watkins
and Briley. Both of these estimable
women made valuable speeches. Each
member responded with dues at the
roll call. The main feature of this
meeting was the discussion of the an
nual picnic outing which will be bcM
at Hadley Park Sept 7. 1917. All
members who expect to be present
on that date are requested to be at
the transfer station at 12 o'clock
noon. After the meeting was brought
to a brilliant close by Mrs. Hodge a
most appetizing ice course with de
licious individual calces was served on
Tine imported Japanese plates.
The Galedas of Mt. Olive Baptist
Church will give an entertainment
on Wednesday night, August 29, at
the home of Mesdames Thompson
and Sherrill at the corner of Clinton
street and Eleventh Ave., North. All
of the members of the class are to
bring as many persons as possible.
All friends are invited to attend and
urgently requested to attend and
bring their friends. Be sure to
bring ten pennies as the evening's fun
depends very much upon having ten
WANTED settled colored woman to
go to Gallatin to stay with old lady.
Room and board and $2.50 per week.
hhone Walnut 1012 Y.
Mrs. H. W. Wheeler of St. Louis,
has been the guest of her Aunts,
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Lampkins.
Mrs. Wheeler and her little son and
daughter will leave for home Satur
Before marriage Mrs. Wheeler was
Miss Ruth owland, daughter of the
late Dr. John W. Rowland of Pine
Miss Malvina B. King of 814 19th
Ave., N., who has been ill for several
days is convalescent.
Miss Sarah V. Stockell of 521 Lis
chey avenue is visiting hen cousin
Miss Maude Wilkerson, and other re
latives at Chicago, 111.
Miss Mattie Willye Robertson of
1902 Scovel street is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Calvin Wm. Murdock, and
otner relatives in Chicago, ill.
Mr. W. C. Wilkins of 5 North Hill
street who has been indisposed is
now convalescent, much to the grati
fication of his friends.
Rev. J. B. Booth of McMinnville,
Tenn., spent last Wednesday in the
city a3 the guest of Mrs. Pete Gor
don of Tremont avenue.
Mrs. Kate Hoffman, who has been
spending several weeks In Waverlv,
Tenn., returned to the city last Tues
day, reporting a very pleasant stav.
T. P. Harralson of Jackson is here.
A. F. Shockley of Jasper is the guest
ot W. L. Miller, 1001 Jefferson street.
Mr. T. P. Turner spent several days
here last week attending fraternal
Mr. Albert Merrell, the mail man
of Columbia, was here Saturday.
Mr. P. F. Hill has returned from
Mrs. T. A. Frierson is visiting in
Mr. J. M Frierson of Houston, Tex.,
Sunrerne ml Tr Vt i L n
a former Maury countian.
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Mr. Frank Mills of Kill! Jefferson
Cartwright street have just returned.
rom i-iumsviiie. Ala. Mr. Uentley was
..um.iire uiiu una is nis nrsi
visit in iwenty-tnree years. They re-
wr. ana Mrs. w. II. Patton of 127c,.
w mil .. .
, . o , 16 s',enul"B tie"' va -
cation in St. Louis and Chicago visit -
Mr. and .Mrs. William Hollensworth
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Berry of Franklin.
Mrs. A. H. McBroom was the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Henry Berry, at
Franklin for two weeks.
Mrs. Mayme Turner of 212 North
Eighth street, E. Nashville, left Mon
day night to attend the K. P.-session
which is being held in St. Louis. Mrs.
Turner being an officer In the Court of
Calanthe. From there she goes to
Washington, D. C, to visit friends.
Many social affairs have already been
planned in honor of Mrs. Turner. Be
fore returning home Mrs. Turner will
visit lwr brother ahd wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Major McGavock, of Chicago, 111.
THE GALEDA CLASS.
- The First Baptist Church, Eighth
avenue, North, will have a home en
tertainment known as "Tinney Wink
le." at the home of Mrs. S. B. Neal.
1616 Harding street, Aug. 31, at 7:30
o'clock. Refreshments from a penny
up will be served. The public is in
MISS SMITH IN TEXAS.
Miss Mildred, J. Smith, BIS Sixth
avenue, S., left the city Sunday after
noon via Memphis, en route to Fort
Worth, fTexas, where she will be the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. N. T. Wallis
for several weeks. She will also be
the guest of friends at Dallas for sev
Mrs. J. H. Holman, the wife of Dr.
J. H. Holman, of Meharry Medical
College, who painfully stuck a nail in
her foot, is much better. Mrs. HolmaTi
as well as her husband and children
was very much frightened at first, bui
after being under the skillful care of
Dr. G. H. Bandy she Is much improved
and intends leaving the city for Phila
delphia and New Jersey one day soon
Mrs. Sallie E. Turner, of North
Nashville, the sister of Mr. J. R. Rob
inson, Ph C, has been elected 'as or
ganist, of Trinitv A. M. E. Church
Mrs. Turner possesses great ability
as a musici?n. and since she has been
engaged ro frniRh music the church
has improved .greatly.
'Mrs. Joenhlne Lowe Patterson, of
Heiman street, anticipates a trip to
Indianapolis. Ind., this week to Join
her husband, Mr. Frank Patterson.
who has been out of the city quite a
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Miller have re
turned to. their home. 1910 Heiman
street. nttr spending five months ini
Litt'e '"''alter Miller of Murfrees
boro is ln Nashville on a two weeks'
CONTRACTED A SE
VERE COLDLAST FALL
THIS COLD LASTED THROUGH the
WiNTER and Spring
LUNG-VITA BROKE IT
Has Taken Only Halt of a Bottle,
But Feels Like a New ,
"Last fall I contracted a severe cold
that settled upon my lungs and lasted
until I recently met a Mr. Hester, who
told m of the wonderful life-giving
medicine, Lung-Vita," says Mrs. M. L.
Davis of 1238 Marksman Place, Mem-
pnis, lenn. I have just taken one
half of a bottle of this medicine, but
feel like a new woman and the naln in
my chest has completely gone, and by
the time I have finished this first bot
tle I expect to be in better health
than I have been in years. My hus
bund is also taking this wonderful !
cure and has been relieved greatly i
from bronchial trouble thut he has
been snblnnt t.i fnr voara w ro i
both strong for Lung-Vita, the medi-!ot
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
visit the guest of his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Kugett, of 250a
Miss Maude Church has returned
from a stay of several weeks at Wil
liamsport. visiting her mother and
friends. While there she was enter
tained by her mother and sisters, also
Miss Gussie Tucker and Mesdames
Anna Russell, Julia Alderson and
Lizzie Watkins. Mr. Felix Webster
Miss Emma Mason has spent sev
eral weeks at Hermitage, Tenn., since
the close of her school. She will re
turn to the city, where she will be
the guest of Mrs. B. C. Lewis. Miss
Mason, one of Davidson County's
teachers, made many friends during
her stay at Hermitage by her con
geniality. Mrs. Marie Harris of Fortieth ave
nue and children, 'Masters George,
Paul and little Edith Marie, made a
flying visit to Atlanta, Ga., to spend
the rest of the summer.
Mrs. Mollie Rolland of 007 38th ave
nue and Mrs. George White ot 218
ntn avenue win leave nionuav toriThp wont ir. . . V- 7
Cpntervlllfi. Tenn . nH ntw nninf J .l ne. est .T.eIlnessee Association is
Of the west to spend the rest of the
f . " ' "r :
Rummer and will be the guest of Mrs
Taylor and Deerwood Chavers.
Miss llattie L. Alexander of fili'i
Twelfth avenue, North, is in St. Louis,
(Mo., visiting relatievs and friends.
Mr. Chas. Jackson, the son of Rev.1
and Mrs. G. L. Jackson, on Lea avp-
nue, who has been ill for eleven weeks ;
with typhoid fever, is reported muchj
better. " "j
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Mr. anil Mrs. wm. Perkins, who
were recently niarrinl'ill leave the j
city Saturday night for Vervilla and .
Johnson City, where they will be the
'(riiests of Mrs. Mary Bryan, sister of,
Mrs. Perkins. I
Circle No. 5 of Tabernacle Baptist
Church met at the home of Mrs. Bet-
tie Simmons, 1005 Overton street, last
Thursday night. Quite a few of the
'members were present. After the
menu of one' course was nerved. Miss
la LiP(lcn , cna,r"mn 0t . lrCle
IKS rV 'l VfM'S IS HHI 1HI.H V .
II. M. Burns, pastor.
' rP.T7T?1VT T.nmrRTTifyF.
Fpnntiful was the marriasre of Mr.
Arthur C. Ferrel and Miss Eliza ,T.
Lncki-ii K'e. which took D ace Saturday,
afternoon. Many friends were present
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Warren officiated. Mr. B. H. .Tanuarv
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mi Miuieaa hub uiiaii. nc. u. i-
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; palmer was the bridesmaid,
; (he (.eremony an automobile
was the feature of the evening.
A marriage of interest to their
many friends was that of Miss Emma
Lee Thomas and Mr. Mayland Shorter
which was quietly solomlnlzed Wed
nesday, Aug. 15th at 8 o'clock at the
home of the brlde,4th Ave. South.
Rev. H. Butler officiated in the
presence of the immediate members
ofthe families and closest friends. The
house was artistically decorated with
cut flowers and potted plants. The
bride wore a becoming gown of geor
gette crepe. Her tulle veil was adjust
ed with a stray ot lillies of the valley.
After the ceremony, a delicious ice
course was served. A large number
of handsome wedding gifts were re
ceived. Mrs. Jennie Patterson an mother,
Mrs. Johnson have gone to visit Mrs.
S. L. Durant, their sister and brother
Tom Johnson in Canada.
Mioa mt Thnmnsnn left the citv
Saturday for Chicago where she will
spend a month or more visitnig
friends. There are several social
functions schedule for her enjoy
ment. REX SOCIAL AND LITERARY
At the meeting of the Rex Social
and Literary Club it was decided ot
give a dance at Hadley Park where
their many friends are invited to
spend a pleasant evening on the
night of September Bth.
The choir of the First Baptist
, , , .1 'i7 f . llwwteln and disturbances in a
of the best local talent of the city ;
will give their annual social concert number ot our educational institu
Sunday night September 2 at 8 o'clock tions, propounds a verv serious and
p .m., the public is invited. j far-reaching question to the Editor of
Dr. J. B. Sinbleton, manager. ; the People's Defender. The question
-II U CM A ..a XT nnnlrifail hlT onltio
The Physilly Wheatly Club will
moflt ThnrnrtHV fivonine. Auir. ?ifl nt
the A. M. E. Publishing House. All
mmbeers are urged to be present.
Mrs. G. L. JACKSON, President.
Mrs. J. H. HALE, Secretary.
lirotner, accneniauy uiscovereu na
tures antidote, a pleasant tasting root
rhewed like cum ouicklv and easily
overcomes both tobacco habit and in- autocracy, self-important Big "I" and j most sacred title to liberty and free
digestion. Gladly send particulars P. ! little "U" coupled with an exceeding-jdom. "For," says the philosopher,
T. Etokes, Mohawk, Florida. iy iarge degree of ignorance ever '"he who would be free himself matt
n TTouthSmlth' 40 F &Ve" moving and possessing those entrust-'strike the first blow and establish
Thomas Henry Joiner, 11 days, 24 ed wita leadership; this aided and his claim with blood."
Garden street. ' abetted by an overwhelming and The People's Defender. ,
Bessie GofT, 28, City Hospital.
Frank Garner, St. Louis, Mo., to
Willie Keys, 6hours, 712 main
James Hill, 42, Cottage Hospital.
John Reed, 70, rear 922 Shankland.
Arthur Johnson, 26, 918 Eleventh
Andrew Martin and Mary Howland, j
1411 rnirtecntn avenue, soutn. i
Hugh Nichol and Ophelia Tucker
James E. McLIn and Auxanda j
Thomson, 916, Tenth avenue, south. ,
Ramsey Patterson and Ola Rey-1
nolds. 1300 Jo Johnson avenue. I
SmSS angora Seay, 24 Green1
Andrew and Lula Harvey
City Hospital, girl.
W. D. and Eva Arant, 1615 Jack
Thomas and Jamie Deadrick, 1512
Twelfth avenue, north, boy.
At the 11 o'clock hour Sunday
morning Hon. J. C. Napier, president
of the ational Negro Business Lea
sue, will give a report of the annual
meeting of the League which took
1)lace ln Chattanooga last week. It
is claimed by many that this was one
.the most successful and inspiring
this is a rare oportunity for those
who did not attend the Chattanooga
meetings of the League. Certainly,
meeting to hear from the president
of the League what our people
t'"oughout the country are doing in
business, and the far-reaching uplift
work of the National Negro Business
League. All are welcome.
LITTLE ANNIE BELL G00DALL
AntllP Hull Hnnrlall IVio littln
i daughter of Mrs. Sallie'coodall Tur-
ner, was severely scalded last Thurs
day morning while assisting her
mother with the household duties.
She was hurried to the hospital,
however, where her wounds were
dressed, and at this writing she is at
home (1819 4th Ave., N.) doing
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. W. S. Ellington will occupy
his pulpit at both services Sunday.
He attended the West Tennessee As
sociation last week and was highly
ipieaseu wun tne reception given
I mm, ratner tne ovation he receieved.
"ng wun great success in all
lines of its endeavor.
FUNERAL SERVICES OF I
MISS ALBERTA TYREE.
Simple and impressive tv,J
funeral services of Miss Allim-ia
Tyree, who departed this life Sunday
evening, August !'), iu Chicago, Ui.i
Miss Tyree had been visiting with1
her mother and sister for several days
and seemed to be in the best of
fepnus up to aoout two hours before
her ileutll, which was the result ot an
attack of a similar nature to those
with whi;h she lias suffered at iu-
tervals during the past few years.
The program over the remains at
St. Paul A. M. E. Church Thursday
afternoon was as follows:
Hymn j Choir
Prayer Rev. G .L. Jackson
"Shall We Meet Beyond the River?"
Scripture' .7. ' "lYev" J "h ' Smith
AnZ013' Uet 'My Mansions Ready,1
Mrs. Moses Mclvissacki
l)r. G. W. Allen'
'Vhnt n Vriorwl 1J.,,. i.. i
' r ....
Remarks Rev! H.' L.' P." .Tnnna1
, "Face to Face" A. G. Price
Remarks-Bishop I. u. Scott, Dr. .1. A.
Jones, Dr. C. V. Roman, Mr. Ira
PLEASED WITH THE GLOBE.
-JlOO Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
August 21, 1917.
The Nashville Globe Pub. Co.,
Dear Sirs: We write to let you
know that we are well pleased with
the bold, clean-cut, well-arranged ad
you are giving us.
Yours to satisfy,
Poro College Co. Adv. Dept.
ST. JOSEPH AND BURTON
We are agreeably surprised to have
the famous Jaz band from Chicago to
render a band concert Sunday after-
noon, August 19th. (Mr. Clarence
Brown and Mr. Munde were all smiles
during the concert.
There are quite a few dstinguished
quests here from Chicago. Among
them Mr. Billie Wilson, W. J. Ander
son, Misses Kennedy and Ladlowe.
Misg Beatrice Johnson of Benton
Harbor has returned from Chicago.
Miss Juanita J. Miller of Nashville,
Tenn., who is spending the summer
In St. oseph, Mich., expresses herself
as having a very pleasant time. Miss
i Miller is full of life and makes life
j worth while wherever she is. She is
a member of the Second Baptist
Church of Benton Harbor.
Miss Anna M. Jobe of Nashville is
spending a very pleasant summer ln
Benton Harbor. Miss .lobe is n mem
ber of the A. M. E. Church of Benton
Harbor. Were there a Forward
Quest in Benton Harbor Miss Jobe
wouin prouniny iuukb neuron riarnor
her home. i
Mrs. Minnie Shoemaker departed
(his life Aug. 20. Mrs. Sh"emaker
has lived in Benton Harbor for many
Dr. Fnnk. the very leirned and
distinguished Editor of the Union -
RPVj,v. in diacourslne unon the de -
whether the same evil genius that
Convention and caused a rupture in
that uS"8t and sacred body was not '
stirred the waters of the National
possessing the management of many
0f our BChools and Incapacitating
them to an almost irreparable de -
gree. Well, yes, Dr. Frank, the same
evl1 and ever destructive spirit of
DR. E. T. BROWN MAKES
A GENEROUS OFFER
Will Relieve'AII Aches and Pains
ot Eve', Nature Free
There is no excuse for any one to
suffer from reheumatism, headache,
neuralgia, toothache, stiff joints.
muscles, sore throat, lumbago, grains,
bruises, aches and pains of any na-
Jure when they can be relieved qulck-
nle in the past few months from their
sufferings. Can show you several hun
dred testimonials from prominent
Nashville citizens who have used
Impgo liniment, and pronounced it
the most wonderful ache and pain
killer they ever saw or heard of. Dr.
Brown gives free demonistrations for
men at 520 Union street. Phone M.
1041 for our lady demonstrator, who
will go to your home or place of busi
ness and iiuickly relieve your aches
and pains free of charge. Sixty Nash
ville druggists are selling Impgo, and
say they find it an excellent seller and
giving satisfaction. Impgo liniment
is on sale in over five thousand stores
in Tennesse eand Kentucky alone, be
sides in ten other states. Impgo has
got the aches and pains on the go.
All druggists, 25c and 50c
Room 6 Napier Court Residence
Office M. 1477
IA. M. ODFN
Krai l-:ini ltrnker
FINE H0MS5 AND FAKtf i ON EASY T2RMS.
(Men h is the exp arien -e. "e knows the Rett
Kstate business and it willing to give you the
benefit of h s many years experience. ou will
not Ao wion '. when y uteeilden-that'tall. Money
aned at lo ,-ites m aal EUat). Sis Olan. He
G.llrte of Aril lud Scieac--A. B. hnd
B. S. Courses.
Tftrher.' Collete-A.B. and B. S. CouMt
School of Mntutl Arts and Apulied Sciet-cet-
. S. Courses in Engineering.
Home Froanmics, Manual Am.
ConirrvtOry ol Music-Mus. B. Courses.
Actdf my-Two preparatory Courses; Cltt
Comineroitl College-Secretarial Course,
Accounting Courte, General Course.
LIBRARY TRAINING Cl.AtS
Sckool ol Tboology-B. D. Courses
School of MrdiciDc-M. D, Course in Medi
cine, D. D. S. Courses In De itistry,
Plmr. D. Courses in Pharmacy.
School vi Law- L L. B., Courses.
FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS
WASHINGTON. D, C.
sinful amount of moral cowardice
and hypocrisy on the part ot many
constituents and members of the Bap-
tist Church, answers for the deplora-
hio state ot affairs in many ot our
1 educational enterprises.
leaders and incompetent
1 presidents, who have gotten into the
i Work in its infancy and having sur-
i rounded themselves with an ignorant,
fosilized figure-head, and too often
corrupt and grafting Trustee Board
Managers toward the progressive ele
ment of the public off and entrench
themselves in places of vital impor
tance to the race itself our leaders
and educators seem very unlike other
people in many respects. Leaders
and educators of most other races
when they see a work declining In
their hands, they simply step aside
and repair to new fields; if they do
not take this precaution the people
and the trustees have courage enough
to modestly tell them their time la
out ; but not so with tne Loiorea man.
'He seems to stick as long as there is
a pea in the dish, with nobody with
sufBcient courage to tell him his time
is out or that his usefulness is at an
end. That is true in our state, and
we perceive it is true with our people
The world is in a deadly conflict,
the prime purpose of which is to de
throne "individualism," "bossism",
"absolutism," and to enthrone democ
racy, the rule of the people. If this
can be done, the blood shed that it
has taken, the lives that have been
sacrificed will not have been in vain.
Kor such an heritage handed down to
'he nexn generation will be unequaled
bv that given to any generation by its
1 " edecessor.
The People's Defender.
i The establishment of a Universal
! nomocracy seems to be the duty of
Uhia n?o and most snlendidlv are the
liberty-loving people of the world
performing it. Nothing is more de
lightful than that the Negro is called
upon to share a part in this great
task helping as he is to establish a
world-wide liberty and a lasting uni
versal peace, he will, when it is at
tained, by virtue of the sacrifice of
j his own blood and lite, be a partaker
I in that liberty and peace; and this
I by the same sacred right that any
'other race of men claim it. The
shedding of blood seems to establish.
the highest right and confirm tie
STKI'HKN M MKWNAN. A St., D. I.