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Principal and Mrs. Inborden made
a trip in the Norther part of North
Carolina and the Eastern part ,: of
Virginia In August. They met a large
number of the Alumni, old students
and friends of the school.
From the number ot applications
that came during the summer, the out
look for a large attendance the com
ing school year Is very promising.
The Summer at Brick School has
been a busy and pleasant season.
Mr. and Mrs. Forcite, Mr. and Mrs. I P
X) ii'n - lni klra rnnAlnnri Xfr I
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs Mrs.
Ruck and her niece, Mrs. Jacobs I
spent Labor Day in Aurora, 111., with j
Mrs. Novila L. West. Mrs. Rucks has
spent a very pleasant month in the
city and will leave for Nashville
Saturday evening, September 8th.
REV. E. L. CLEGGETT ILL.
Rev. E. L. Clegget, the able and
efficient Supt. of the Mt. Nebo Bap
MRS. E. M. OLIVER ACCEPTS
' PRLNCLPALSHIP OF SOUTH
PITTSBURG CITY SCHOOL.
tist Sunday school is ill and has been
confined to his room for several weeks
he is greatly missed in bis seat at
the church and the members and
friends are praying for his speedy
NASHVILLE GLOBE; FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
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FIELD DEPUTY GRAND CHANCEL
LOR A. W. FITE VISITS WEST
Relievos CATARRH of
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Black and White
Folks Can Now
Bleach Their Skin
State Normal, Prof. Hale, President.
Here they were elated over their suc
cess. Their next appearance was at Mt.
ion Baptist Church, Jeffurson street,
Rov. Brown, pastor, still they have a
fair audience. Next Salem A. M. E.
church. Itcv. Whitworth, pastor. The
laides call this one of therl best con
certs. From there thpy go to Eleventh,
Avenue M. E. Church, Rev. Stray
horne, pastor. Their last appearance
uplo date was at Kayne Ave., Baptist
church, Rev. E. M. Lawrence, pastor.'
Rev. Preston Taylor, whom Prof.
Davis and his Ladies consider one of
their best friends which friendship
has been shown to them on two oc
casions. First on the 4th of July,
when he awarded them a contract to
furnish music for the occasion at
Greenwood Park. Next when he du
plicated the order for Labor Day at the
name place. The relation between
Rov. Taylor and Davis is so pleasant
and agrcetiblo that only two words
are passed between them when Rev.
Taylor says come Davis saps to his
Sister Ticks and husband of Rev.
Strayhome's church has been quite' a
friend to the organization.
July Ifi, 1917 Davis, and his ladv
Mrs. Emma Monroe Oliver, was born
in Knoxville, E. Tennessee, and was
the elderest daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
A. S. Monroe. She became a widow
aTtnr a few brief years of marriage.
Her husband was the late Prof W.
E. Oliver, principal of one of the pub
lic schools at Knoxville. She hns been
a teacher in the public schools of
Hamilton Co., for past twenty-two con
secutive years, and with much pro
ficiency. She is a splendid discip
linarian as well as a good teacher in
text books. When the patrons and
people generally will have known
Mrs. Oliver they will gladly acknow
ledge her ability. The school opened
Monday, the 10th with a Haltering en
rollment. Mrs. C. F. Hatcher being
her first assistant and Mrs. J. J. JIc
Elroy her second assistant both of
whom are efficient teachers.
Field deputy Grand Chancellor Sir
A. W. Fite, has just returned to Nash
ville after having visited several
points In the western portion of the
state. His first stop was at Browns
ville, where he met Union Lodge No.
2G and settled the Marion Puckett
claim with perfect satisfaction to all :
concerned. Practically the entire
membership turned out to meet Sir
Fite. The address delivered by the
it; ui iii'iiui, was ve v uuiieiiciui u u
inspiring to the loyal Pythians f , 5 itt
DR. WELKER APPOINTED.
Among the recent appointments
made by the War Department was
that of Dr. L. E. Welker, of this city,
who has been appointed as a Lieuten
ant in the Medical Reserve Corps of
the United -States Army. Dr. Welker
lei't Tuesday night for Fort Des
Moines, Iowa, to begin his work. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Welker
aiil the two children, who will k on
to Dr. Welker's parents at Colfax,
la. The appointment of Dr. Welker
adds to the already splendid list of
Nashville's contingent at Fort. Dc
Moines. Dr. Welker in one of the
Brownsville. The visit will no doubt
mean greater activity among the
lodges in and about Brownsville. Such
progressive spirits as Sir Evans,
I.niirh Anthnnv. Silimn mill nfhnrs Jirft Svl
intensely interested in the develon-
nient of the lodges and success is as-: K
surod at Alamo. Sir Fite prcscntel the
banner won by Crockett Star Lodge
for having paid a dollar for each of
its members for the Pythian Temple
in Nashville. This lodge had its
money in the hands of the Pythian Jf
iempie commission lirst and nonce
were duo the prize offered by the
Crockett Star Lodge under the
magnilieicut leadership of Dr. Thomas
is doing great work. They have
purchased a lot upon which they are
building a fine hall.
This lodge has also leased two acres
of fertile land which will yield at
least two bales of cotton. They will
apply the proceeds to the payment on
the hall. The mmebers take turns in
working the land.
I'pon the fourth Sunday in Septem
bor.they will stage a big rally, each
.member donating at least one dollar.
The fourth Sunday will be a great
day in Alamo.
Team work is the secret of their
Why We Should, ;Vote For
Milady IBo lowse
For What He Has Done.
Ill' gave us Hadley Park.
II IS made it possible for us to receive the best of treatment in the Tuberculosis Hospital.
II I'l has given food and coal to our needy.
W II IsSi the J. H. Fall Building collapsed II IS. personally helped to comfort the sufferers.
AT the time of the great East Nashville fire when many of our people were homeless and des
titute. II IS secured the Duncan Hotel and had them housed and fed and in other ways
cared for. -.
HIS gave clear receipts to all the fire sufferers who owed him; and invited them to come and
get new furniture, and make the first payment in 9U days. '
HIS took the chains and spikes from the legs of the City prisoners and gave them human
II IS is a bi-hearted, sympathetic man who is a friend of the people.
El IS was once a p tor man, but has made a big success in his business through his business
II IS came out of most relentless investigation of his official life with l is reputation for honesty
untami-hed, with no other Llanie others ise than that he trusted his fellow Commissioners
II IS is not afraid to do things. i
He in a 8QUAUE-UEAU FAIH
.1. W. WOISK,
I .1. COLEM AN,
Siim i Njijjicm Court
most prominent physicians in the
I Band made a short trip out of tho!clly 'hlle Mrs. Welker was identi-
city, making McMinnville, Tenn., Shel-
I byville, Murfreesboro, Hartsville and
Gallatin. Their trip was both profita
blt and pleasant. They made many
friends and won a name for them
selves. Davis and his Lady Band will leave
the city next week to play for Warren
County Colored Fair. Bowling Green,
Black and White
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Ws ara (k lariest Bair Dealers, and skew a
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enl full information in Ihe
'National Baptist Pub. Board,
523 Second Ave., North,
. NahvlUe, Tenn.
Dr. George W. Moore.
Bricks, North Carolina with Its
school life and broad acres is a charm
ing place at any. season of the year,
but there is something about the life
here that makes it especially attrac
tive in Summer. The large farm Is in
its glory at this season; the crops
are abundant; cotton, corn and pea
nuts give promise of a large yield,
while the orchards .are bending and
even breaking with' their burden of
fruit, abundant in quanity and rich
This is the season when the boys
and girls of the work Department do
their best service, the hoys on the
farm and the girls are busy canning
and serve in the laundry and kitchen.
Over two thousand cans and Jars of
fruit and vegetables including plums,
pears, peaches, apples, berries, beans,
tomatoes etc., have been put up during
the school year.
It has been a busy season on the
farm, garden, orchard, kitchen and
office. The weather during the Sum-
! mer was pleasant and invigorating.
Refreshing showers and cool breezes
made the mid-summer at Bricks
ideal and enjoyable.-
The large campus with its well
kept lawns, large elms oak and maple
trees and a variety of flowers, is as
beautiful as a city park.
The Fourth of July is Community
Day at Brick School. It was cele
brated this year by the people of the
school and community with games, re
freshments and a social.
Several water melon cuttings were
fled with the social life of the city.
ELBEST SUTTON GRAHAM AN
SWERS DEATH CALL.
The many friends and acquaintan
ces of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. White, are
sympathizing with them over the
death of their ward, Elbert Sutton
Graham, who departed this life at
their residence, 1000 Jefferson St.,
Wednesday night, September 5th.
Elbert Sutton Graham was born at
Great House, Muvis Bank, St. An
drews, Jamaica, B. W. I., August 23,
1S94. His education was received in
the schools of his native parish and
at the age of 21 he graduated in
Pharmacy and for several months be
fore coming to this country was em
ployed as dispenser in' Kingston,
Jamacia. He later decided to study
medicine and entered Walden Uni
versity last year, completing in May
the -first year of the pre-medical
He was an ardent Episcopalian
and was confirmed at Holy Trinity
Church, by Bishop Gailor. The fun
eral services were conducted by
Father E. M. M. Wright, rector. His
body has been placed in the vault at
Mt. Ararat until instructions are re
ceived from his relatives for the
transportation or burial of same..
domineering party is so at nil times
much superior to his subscrvant
broilu'v, but may bo because of a ma
jority in favor of the ruling element
or bora use one controls the greater in
terest in the place inhabited. In such
places it is common that the minor
group expects that orders, rules and
laws to be lixert and exacted in all cases
to the advantage of the makers of
1 those in the governing positions.
I "Each group is therefore ytmnstantly
c.,.t?fvii,fT itcnlf ni'!iint thn nthnr Ipsa
wonderful success. Dr. Thomas has 1 , ,.Iimr fnn in tlioir nnsition
REV. J. W. HURSE, D. D., OF
Among the prominent visitors in
the city this week was the Rev. J. W.
Hurse, D. D., pastor of the St. Stephens
Baptist Church of Kansas City, Mo.
The Rev. Dr. Hurse spent Wednesday
in Nashville as the guest of Revs. Dr.
C. II. Clark and R. H. Boyd. His busi
ness in the city was, according to in
formation received, to look personally
after the site of the theological train
ing school, he being one of the mem
bers of the committee who will have
direct charge of the institution. Late
Wednesday evening he was seen and
declared to his way of thinking no
better site could have been selected for
the esteem and confidence of all the
people in his section.
In Memphis the Field Deputy was in
conference with Sir Knight T. H.
Hayes, Wayman, Wilkerson, G. W.
Williams J. II. Brown, L. E. Brown
and A. L. Mittio. This committee has
planned to see to it that new lodges
be established at La Grange, Grand
Junction and White Haven.
The condition in Memphis is en
couraging, and it is practically cer
tain that many of the defunct lodges
will bo re-organized shortly. Dr. L.
D. Thomas and A. W. Thomas, M. A
Dobbs and W. W. Cole will soon re
organize the lodges at Trenton,
Friendship and other points.
Grand Trustee A. S. Pples, and Rev.
S. C. Swain, are now actively engag
ed in putting new life into the lodges
in their district.
Sampson Pruit and Turner Hen
derson of La Grange and G. W. Jones
Joe Harvey of Grand Junction are
to organize lodges in their respec
tive localities Sir Frank Reed and
John Bond are especially active in
Sir J. W. Lane of Jackson, the effi
cient Grand Deputy of Madison Co.,
and a member of the Pythian Tem
ple Commission, is doing great work
for the order.
West Tennessee is on the boom for
Pythianism everybody is at work and
the results are apparent each day.
The trip of the Field Deputy was
very beneficial and the grand lodge
is to be commended for having select
C1LARY E. HOW5E
PHONE MAIN 10
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
We Can Furnish Your Home Complete From Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly
and fall at the feet, of its once weaker i
elements, orless the weaker element I
remain where itis at the foot of i
"Mercy let there be." The element that .
is down, wants to rise to bo equal to'
or rliove the dominant factor, and the :
dominant factor with fear and tremb-
ling forgot that God made them all j
alike, and them all under the same '
moral laws, and closes its eyes, blunts j
Its conscience and lights tyrannically'
to keep the weaker element under suppression.-
Why do I pity the American white!
Man? First because he it is whom T
God has made an explorer, and expedi
tionist, an uprooter of ignorance an
enlightener of men is responsible in a
larger degree for hte elevation of his
less fortunate brother. He is the lamp
and light which Is held responsible for
the illumination of that dark benighted
both ignorance and sin, and yet he
who holds so broad a position, allows
himself to be so narrow in heart, In
conscience and convictions.
I am sorry for him because he does
not practice the things in life which
he teaches to hi slessor subjects when
he preaches, "As ye would that men do
to you, do ye also unto them." These
are the words of the greatest teacher
that the world ever knew, and the
American white man while he teaches
this, is in misery and pain, because he
wants toserve his God, but cannot do
s owith clearness of conscience, because
he must treat his black brother as he
compels his black brother to treat him,
ifthis golden rule is executed. He
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NASnVIIX.lt. T ICNN KSS It I?
GROW OUT THE
ed a man of the ability of Sir Fite to ' can.t let g0 that SUppressive
put new life into the order
In the next few weeks the great Lmi hnno tmi.iw himcoir ,iw f
Booster campaign will be on anl it is keep hl8 little brother down, T plty
expected that thousands will be added the American white man.
to the order. Prizes will be given, He wants to do right. He studies the
dispensations will be granted by the N pro ana con and he fimla hlnl
Grand Chancellor and every oppor- a burden. He ls loaded wlth convlc.
tunity will be offered to make this tlons tnat maJe hlm look tne black
campaign a great success. All com-j man in the face, then cast his oyes to
munications will receive prompt at- the ground. He meets him in the
tention from the Grand Chancellor Btreets and is choked with conscience
and the IFe d Deputy t0 salute him fop fear mtle brother
Address all communication to A. W. may take assocIation. T pity the Amorl.
Fite or the Grand Chancellor. 428 5th! wm. .,
. ...... , II1UI.
No slackers are expected to be In
our ranks this year, but each man
doing a mans' part is our motto.
..I. - .. Y. 1 nn ,Viof Vnahvllla 11": a
enjoyed on the school grounds. The : ;u. t nt
...."..u ....... Huinmuu, 1,1 ijuauLiijr auu
luscious in quality.
Croquet was a favorite game both on
ministers because of the various liter
ary and other professional schools.
"My people of the St. Stephens Bap-
ZSJ?." he tW ChurTh wilPstand by''th.s lns
DAVIS AM) HIS LADY BAND OFj munity,
Davis and his Lady Band made
their initial appearance on April the
30th 1917, at the First Baptist
church. East Nashville. Rev. W. S.
Ellington, Jastor. There they played
to a very appreciative audlance.
lhoir next engagement was at the
First Baptist Church 8th Ave., , N.
Their audience was all they could
wish. They go from there to play for
the Bummer teachers at the A. and I.
and students of the Work Department
The installing of sewerage and
Septic tanks has greatly Improved
the sanitary condition of the place.
A Sunday school and evening
preaching services were held during
the Summer. It was a delight to hear
the singing of the Jubilee Songs at
these meetings. At a Memorial Ser-
tution. I have already subscribed
$500.00 and have pledged one of my
associations for a considerable amount
and propose to see to It that the "Show
Me" state will show the Baptists how
we are eoine to stand by the only two
Institutions we now have, namely the
National Baptist Publishing Board and
the Theological Seminary and Training
lid m? ;wA Frissell, Dr. Moore gchool dccred Dr Hurse. 0ne of the
'nlfrM i",611 Bpoke' lDA Brlht!splendid things about the distinguish
uZ Bvmn?tT T and re-SOlU" ed Missourian that is repeated so often
nnVLn?r J a Ld a .a J " Conventions is the fact that he went
rZZ I, 8e7icetw" devoted ; to Kansas City as a day laborer In the
M?6 t y,earS 0f asphalt business, having laid the
vZZLt nf n A I,n?en aS asphlat on the street where now he is
w LfB,,C Sch,?l He,cam! pastoring one of the best churches In
S!r.!Ltb.! beginn'nB of the wrk and I the state It was said he preached his
- i uu a couuiry iarm church and congregation
HH.U a mine Agriuuiiurui inausiriai
and Normal School.
The American Missionary Associa
tion through the benefaction of Mrs.
Julia E. Brick has established here
Its largest and best equipped Secon
street corner of Kansas City. It was
through the invitation of the Rev. Dr.
Hurse that the National Baptist Con
vention held Its session In Kansas City.
He was the moving spirit. He is at the
head of a number of organizations, be-
dary School Addresses of apprecia-1 lng prominently connected in the U,
tm ui i-rui.cpai inooroen ana tne , B- R.8 a member of the Board of mana-
aciviuc no uas rcnuereo me soutn
and the Nation at Bricks were made
Supt. Moore, Prof. Fletcher, Alumnus
Benjimin Bullock and Mr. John Phil
lips, a prosperous farmer of the com-
gers of the Grand Lodge of the state.
He left Wednesday night with his dele
gation for the West.
CHICAGO, ILL. .
Mrs. Louise Jacobs entertained Mrs.
lng the summer by Messrs eGorge and Fannie Rucks of 1341 E. Hill St.,
Joseph Bullock of the Alumni at the Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday evening
Officers' Training Camp at Fort Des j with an automobile party , leaving
Moines, Iowa. ;' Mrs.. Lucy Clark's residence, 3844
Rev. A. W., Puller, D D., having ae- Dearborn St., at 8 o'clock arriving at
cepted the pastorate of the Baptist ' Mrs. Jacobs, 328 Clearmont, Ave.,about
Brick School was represented dur-
Church of Georgetown, S". C made the
trip from Boston to that place, a
distance of a thousand miles In a Ford
car in a little more than a week. He
took dinner here enroute and narrated
the thrilling events of the. trip.
10:30 where they were entertained
with songs and music until 12 o'clock
then they were ushered Into the din
ing room where an enjoyable luncheon
was served. Seated at the table were
Mrs. Rucks and son, Benjeman Rucks
WHY I PITY THE AMERICAN
WHITE MAN WHY PITY THE
AMERICAN NEGRO WHY PITY
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WEST POINT. MISS.
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Opens October 4th, 1917
I pray for him. I think of his
agony. I think of him as trying to live
up to a thing that is not in his heart,
and that makes the load heavy for
Why do I pity the Negro? Because
he is informed by the big brother that
he should treat all men just and right.
He must take the white man as his
model. He must teach his posterity
what the white man says, but when he
looks about, he finds that his teacher
is daily erring from the text. Then the
egro finds himslef a tool that may
be used daily to gratify his big
brothers' notions of things whether
they are in keeping with the golden
rule or not.
I pity the Negro because he has been
shown a grea tllght, and when he
rushes to it, the rays are extinguished
and then he becomes a worse criminal
than he would have been if he had
never seen the light. He then becomes
Why pity both? They both claim
to be serving the one true God and yet
In the common things of life they
both are morbidly mad when they
meet on the stretcs, on side walks and
on avenues. They seek each other's
faultsy Not to help mend them but
to heap them up In revengeful piles.
The one to suppress, the other to
j charge with efforts to suppress. I pity
I them both. Now how is it that they
I both pray to the Father for heavenly
' blessings. They both preach the holy
law of God and they both carry "dag
gers." Oh brothers dear, me will you
j hear. Throw down every weight of sin
j and run this race with patience, or we
1 as a nation will be swallowed up by
a nation that ls not of us. To be loyal
to God la to be loyal to all other good
causes In life. We are all mad and do
not know why, and so we put up a wall
of pretentious love. But beware, God
1b not mocked. .
r-l milPrri CHQUl FPU. COLORED GIRLS IN MISSISSIPPI
Willi t tOli BEAUTIFUL CATALOGUE, Address
R.ev. Edgar F. Johnston, D. D., President
WESl POINT. MISS.
Wm. C. Cheers, arthur of "Environ
ments and Centralization of thoughts
have much to do with making life,"
etc, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
.Tonight I think of men and self
preservation as the prime law. I have
looked at men as a whole, then I stand
them off and look at them as groups
and as to distinctness in persons, races
or nations. I see that they all have
a similarity, that is they are all fun
damentally the same, but differ ac-. " "
cording to the condition under which' Mrs. Lovella Mayberry Davis, wife
they live as individuals, races and na- of Dr. T. Jethro Davis, and little
tlons. It ls evident that where any Joan Dorithy Davis, are In the city
two Individuals or races reside one visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
must be the dominant, not because the Frank Hannah.
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