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NASHVILLE GLOBE: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14. 1917.
"The aw of . Nature" direct from a
two weeks run ia Chicago, is at the
Bijou today and tomorrow. This
truly is a superb race photoplay of
quaiity. It deals in a gripping way
with the true love of a real man and
an innocent woman, enuangereu Dy
the sinsiter attention of an ardent ad
mirer. In this picture you see gorge
ous ball room scenes, you will observe
Noble Johnson, the greatest Negro
film star at his best, who is supported
by beautiful Albertine rickens and
Clarence Brooks, the Bean Brunette
of the screen.
The only Theater in Nashville own
ed and operated exclusively by Ne
groes will have special music today
and tomorrow, the occasion being the
rendition Sutton Vane's great Melo
drama on the screen. This is a pic
ture of intense interest. Lionel Barry
more is the star of this attraction, as
sisted by the very best cast that
money could obtain. It cost a fortune
to make the films that are necessary
for this production. The movie fans
cannot afford to miss this attraction
The other features for the week were
all good and deserve special praise.
THE LINCOLN, i
This house is putting on some very
good productions of high merit.
"SMART SET COMPANY."
String Beans featured as the
"funniest man on earth" heads the
Smart Set Co. which holds the boards
on loth Ave near Cedar all this week.
They have an aggregation of comnie
dians, singers, dancers and musicians,
all said to be talented performers of
exceptional ability. They carry a bevy
of girls, but the show is rotten.
"OLE DEESTRICT SKULE" 1
The Ole Deestrict Skule rendered
at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Monday
night, September 9 was a grand suc
cess, a very large and enthusiastic
audience was present. Thia euter
taniment was given by the Metoka
and Galedas organized Bible classes,
and they are. very much encouraged
over the results.
STANDING OF THE CAPITAL CITY
V. L. P.
Black Sox 10 4 714
Nationals 10 6 625
Maroons 6 10 375
B. II. Swifts 5 10 333
Once more I Invite your devotion
and reverence to the basic principals
of our noble orcter founded In the
days of slavery by our slave parents,
during the age ot bolldy whip and
fierce blood hounds after the sentinel
of ni.ght drew down the curtain ot
darkness,' stole away in their slave
quarters, secreted in a prayer meet
ing. with turned-down pots, amta
low humming songs and whispering
prayers ffTrt of which came into being
the great Benevolent Society, which
stands today the great fraternal
summumbonum of the race. In het
noble work of mercy, love and chart
tv rescuing the perishing, lifting
the fallen and making glad the hearts
of the needy, and in every way rais
ing the race to a higher Btandard
of civilization, both financially, spir
itually and intellectually.
Being not unmindful of the great
responsibilities resting upon me as
your humble leader. I have done my
best to merit it. with much pleasure
I kinillv submit to you the condi
tions of the order. Briefly, first, I
wish to say the orders are doing well
nil over the state, despite ttie in
rrense in hiirh cost of living, our
members seem to handle more mon-
ev than for many years past. Our
orders are crowing rapidly in mem
bership. wealth und iniluence. May
harmony and contmuen pros
to it a credit in cold cash a totcl ag
gregate of about $1,000 which merits
the well done of all concerned.
In view of the rapid growth of cash
in this department I recommend thut
the guarantee bond of this depart
ment be increased double the present
amount, or otherwise changed as the
D. A. sees fit. The B. O. Voice is
another great necessity as a mouth-1
piece and sentiment moulder for the J
good ot the order. I would recom-
mend that the Voice management be
changed from a committee and be
put in aboslute control of an editor,
who is to be strictly responsible for
the publication of the Baine. Said
editor to be a member of the Dele
gated Assembly with all rights and
privileges of the same. And that
said miner be increased twice Ubi
present size, and that It be published
monthly and that each financial order
be responsible for at least ten copies
monthly; each auxiliary and weak
orders responsible for five copies
monthly, and that fifty dollars be do
nated to' this department to put it
on better bases; that it may be cred
itable as other fraternal papers; ana
to purchase a membership in the
"Negro Press Association" and that
no salary be attached to this depart
ment other than what is realized
tlmnmh this department, or what
ever the 1). A. sees fit to donate
Our vear's history has been a
Nuxated Iron to Make New Age of
Beautiful Women andVigorous Iron Men
Say Physicians-Quickly Tuts Roses Into the Cheeks of Women and Most Astonishing
Youthful Vitality Into the Veins of Men It Often Increases the Strength
and Endurance of Delicate, Nervous, "Run-Down" Folks
100 Per Cent, in Two Weeks' Time.
Opinion, of Dr. Schuyler C J.qu.s, Visiting Surgeon of St. Elizabeth'. Hospital, New York City, Dr. Howard Jam...
Ute of the Manhattan Stat. Hospital of New York, and formerly AMutant Phyuc-an Brooklyn State HospiUl,
and Wm. R. Kerr, Former Health Commiioner, City of Chicago.
orders with a membership between
three and four hundred, with proper
ty and cash valued between five and
seven' thousand dollars. So wonder
ful h.is been our gorwth from the
SILAS GREEN COMPANY.
Prof. Kph Williams' justly famed.
"Silas Green Co," gave two perfor
mances here, Monday and ' Tuesday
evenings to big audiences. The Silas
Green Co.. carries a cracking good
show, that excites the risibles of the
audience. The singing and dancing
is of a high order, receiving much ap
plause. The musical numbers were
the latest and caught the ear of the
multitude. This is one of the best
shows we have seen in quite awhile
and we are sure they are a pleasure
to show goers every where. The
band and orchestra was simply sunerb
Silas Green from New Orleans will j
uiwu.va oe a welcome' guest in Nash
ville. McNeil and McNeil. John and IWs
damona, after having finished Klein's
time, have now gone over on Dudley's
The James and Stovall Stock Com
pany had a steady two weeks of busi
ness in Indianapolis. Patrons took to
the Sambo Jones skit and Insisted on
having it the entire second week. Dad
James says: "Jimmie Cox, write W.
M. Stovall; run over to see his aunt
in Louisville while his company was
playing Cincinnati this week." Mar
guerite Pottes,, formerly of Mills and
frisby Company, joined the show at
peril y continue to abide within ourj ,.r,,,ijtat,ie one, having outstripped all
walls. And It we win mus con- th orders in the state in unin
tinue to act anon the benevolences t.um,ere,i property and wealth. Our
..111 .,., ,-iwav till 1:111(1 US the 1 ,,..,kval,,iic in the
, , , . .-. , . ,,111 DUII V V . - UrilM I II 11.13 111,!! HUH IVlUlia
nouoie neauer Minuay. septemoer w;Ut.r8 p0Vlr thc Keach- ?.. apnse of ,he word. Having add
16. Greenwood Park. B. 11. Swifts. mK the ne-plus-ultra . of Negrodum.j p(l lllne new orjor8 to our noble
Vs. Nationals. Maroons Vs. Black, The many hundreds of intelliRent r i;rotlerhood of orders. Your humble
men and women crowuiug mui om servant, with God on our Bide, nas
ranks year after year, ere long will" been abie to win and charter from
awaken the slumbering powers of otner organizations four other strong
our great tinaiiclal strenglin in me
bank-vaults of the white man. where
he and his sons are made rich and
richer by ils rapid rate of compound
interest.' 1 advise you. loyal fellow
iiiembers. to pause awhile and think
oldieri wisely now we ma uinij tici
financial strengin ami mam' a ,.
that will bring into being a great de
partment store or factory of some
kind that will give employment to
our worthy youth, and be a cultivat
i. ... I'.iiiis in the v.icc. Wheiv we
,;sii consummate into perfection the
u'oat visions of our grand Douglass
and noble Washington. 1 wuu plea
sure invite our attention to the
ii Mill benefit department that has
wrought, by strict economy and
business foresight, almost the impos
sible, having cone forth out of a
iii.nl winter of the most M;ii'K ad
.ersity. Despite all our benevolent
and risen .lesus has oci-:l with us
and blessed our work 1kvj:.(1 our cx
pei'tations. while this Mine '.ast year
department was lingering, iie-
may repent (luring this assembly mil ruen lite aim iieaiu. ui u;a.m-. -rociive
the baptism of the Holy! to God vvl.c iw-th us :';.e victory.
Spirit and go down from this place 1 today this department mis report
to his home washed in Jesus' blood, j .very death proof or legit:'.;:;.', i! claim
Ob. Holy Father, please come, be l has been paid. The mime.' has been
v ith us and direct our work, that j ready at all times for th.s same. Tl'.l:'.
things done and said mav meet thy I the baby department of our Her
approval and sanction In the heavens I stands clear with the world aiel lu.s
GRAND PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL
Humboldt, Tenn., Aug. 20, 1917.
Most worthy grand ollicers, true
and loyal delegates, I rejoice this i
beautiful day as a Christian
of the high privilege, honor am;
pleasure of extending to you from a;
grateful heart a most hearty welcome !
anil lonlial greeting. i
.'ellow -delegates, I feel it highly fit
ting, first of all we pause a few briet:
moments, forgetting earth and think!
of heaven and with thankful hearts
offer up our souls and bodies to our j
Supreme Grand 1'iesidetit of the tun I
verse in true devotion and thanksgiv-'
ing for lo" manifold bi"sirgs an 1
fjariiK us to meet each o'lnr face
to face in his holy temple, dedicated
and M-i apart for his holy worship
a i i 'he saving of souls through tile
power of the gospel, to every one!
that believeth il. May we all be
; Idled with the Holy Spirit and thai,
some poor sinner of our delegation i l.lis
NEW YORK. N. Y. Since the remark
able discovery of organic Iron, Nuxated Iron
or "Fer Nuxate " u the French call it baa
taken the country by itorm. It Is conserva
tively estimated that over three miiuon
people annually are taking It In thi ceuntry
alone. Most astonishing result are reported
from Its use by both physicians and laymen.
So much so that doctors predict that we shall
soon have a new age of far more beautiful,
rosy-cbeeked women and vigorous Iron men.
Dr. Ferdinand King, a New York Physi
cian and Medical Author, whon interviewed
on this subject, said: "There can be no
vigorous iron men without iron. Pallor
moans anaemia. Anaemia means iron de
ficiency. The skin of anaemic men and
women is pale: the flesh flabby. The musclea
lack tone; the brain fags and the memory
fails and often thoy become weak, nervous,
irritable, despondent and melancholy. When
the iron goes from the blood of women the
roses go from their cheeks.
"In the most common foods of America,
the starches, sugars, table syrups, candies,
polished rice, white bread, soda crackers.
I biscuits, macaroni, spaghetti, tapioca, sutto.
farina, degerminated cornineal. no longer is
iron to be found. Refining processes hnvo
removed the iron of Mother Earth from those
impoverished foods, and silly methods of
home cookery, by throwing down the waste
olpe the water in which our vegetables ure
cooked, are responsible for another grave
Jas. ("Shorty") Lewis is still with
the Littlcjohn shows, playing Ewlng,
Ky., week of August 13th, with Fal
mouth, Ky., to follow. Kid Clark and
Rock Pile write or wire, business of
importance. I would like to hear from
the members of the Midnight Crew,
Warren Pierce, Winfred Lewis, John
Brown. Jessie Willis, Sam Chubs and
others. . Come home, Emmett Anthony
it's all O. K.. I
. . .
The Carters, Paul and Ruth, are at!
the Grand Central theater. Cleveland,
Ohio, this week, with the Monogram,
Chicago, to follow. We Just played the '
Vaudette theater. Detroit, last week,
and found Mr. E. 13. Dudley a good
manager, and he has two theaters
there, working about twenty perform
ers each week, stock and vaudeville.
Het is giving the actors plenty of work
and deserves great credit for same.
Clarence Powell closed his minis! ret
in Raleigh, W. Vu., to fake charge of
Sheesley's ministrel which will open
in Half iinore. Mil., and play all the bis
ones. This is Mr. Powell's third season
with Sheesley's big show. The show
is to have about fifteen more members
than last season. Every one who has
worked for the Sheesley show is wel-1
come back with open arms. Powell
sends regards to the runaways from j
Gus Smith of the well known team
of Smith and King, has begun the or
ganization of a ten-people repertoire
company that will present racial
dramas, musical comedies and high
class vaudeville. An effort will be
made to make this the biggest and
highest class repertoire show in the
business. The material they will pre
sent is almost wholly original. Each
program will be given the same care
Madame Billy Kersands, wife of the
late Billy Kersands, the great minstrel
king, the father of the colored profes
sion, is in Washington at the Mid City
theatre, this week. She has been here
five weeks, playing the best theaters
here. We are pleased te say that
Madame Kersands has been a favorite I
all over the Dudley circuit. Her act1
is a hit from start to finish. She is'
one of the strongest and best female
singles we have ever played. The peo-j
pie of Washington are always glad to 1
see her. They come to the box office
and want to know where she will be
the next week. We can not say too
much in words of praise of this grand
lady of minstrelsy. She stands today i
before the American public as the
greatest minstrel lady of today. Mme.
Kersands has traveled the world over
and her voice today Is as strong as it
-was twenty-five years ago. he will
open at the Hippodrome, Richmond,'
Va,, the coining week, with Danville
and Baltimore to follow.
Candidate for Rc-Election
Election September 27, 1917
great inland of the sea the lather ol iron loss,
waters oil the west to the Koi'kx "Therefore, If you wish to preserve your
Mountains of East Tennessee. Stand ! youthful vim and vigor to a ripe old age.
J,, ' . up ,1,, the creat fratem ill -vu mus' supply the iron deficiency m your 1
ing as we do, the gre. u 1 aiern u f)rm of owlIllc iron jllst
Samaritan ot the race, I would re u .ou w0llU1 usu saU when your food has not
omniend that we heed the Macedon-j enoueh salt . y
ian cry of the race in the different ,.Former Health Commissioner. Wm. R.
stales by purchasing such a charter . Korri of tae city of Chicago, says: "I have
that will enable us to carry our proud taken Nuxated Iron myself and experienced
banner into everv state of the union. Its health-giving, strength-building effect.
. .,.,. ,.,Mkintl ana lD the interest of public welfare. I feel
noi h,l,,., n,T sisters otic- ' W t0 'ko knmvn tllc rPS"lts of 1,H
Dear brotheis and sisters, one , l thrcp scoro yesin an(,
more it is with sorrow and WU want t0 say that t believe my onn great
that I remind you of the pale hoi s'. I pi,ySCai activity is largely due today to my
and his rider that visited many of ; P0rsOnaI use of Nuxated Iron. From my
ovdhra in each division of the own experience with Nuxated Iron. I feel it Is
state and has taken some of our most . such a valuable remedy that it ought to he
e-y phPsician m'thU country."
L t. ..7 ... i,o,;,; nrl.lo thnt I . Dr. E. Sauer. a Boston physician who has
nam. fi i "I--" "" '"-'''. studied both in this country and in great
wp cherish the memory and grea, ,.., iu,iiiinn s,.i.i- a i
work of our noble fathers, who dared h'ave said a hundred times over, organic iron
kluklukism, blood and tears ami 1 ,s the greatest of all strength builders.'
hartered anew the grand old ontei -Not long ago a man came to me who
was nearly half a century old and asked me v
give him a preliminary examination for life
Insurance. I was astonished to find him with
the blood pressuro of a boy of twenty and ns
full of vigor, vim and vitality as a young
man; In fact a young man he reully was,
notwithstanding his age. The secret, he
i.M. was taking iron Nuxated Iron had
tilled him with renewed life. At 3(1 ho was
in bad health; at 46 he was careworn and
nearly all in. Now at SO after taking Nux
ated Iron, a mirnclo of vitality and his face
beaming with the buoyancy or youth, iron
is absolutely nocossary to cnablo your blood
to change food Into living tissue. Without
M i .. ii . . ' . - "" hi" . ii '
- S.'i &Jl V J ( S-r- .si-; s ..
founded in slavery. They have an
received orders to stack arms and
report on high in the beautiful city
nf Ileulah. whose eates are pearl
and streets are gold; In the land of
rest where the souls are blessed
amid the outshining powers of good
ness, grandeur and glory.
W. W. WILLIAMS.
Grand President I). A. State of Ten
nessee. Grand Officers.
The following officers and delega
tion were present: W. W.. Williams,
Wm. Hunt, Jas. L. Hyde, Rev. C. H.
Ivle, ThoB. Lawrence, T. J. Pruitt,
W. R. Davis, Win. Copeland, Ida
Bracy, T. L. McClanahan, Rosa L.
Winstead, Magi;ie B. Lewis.
Estelle Cole, J. C. Rucker, Buret
ta Patton, Annie Y. Clemmons, Mar
shall Scales, Robert Davis, Joseph
it. no matter how much or what you cat.
vour food merely passes through you with
out doing you any good. You don t get the
strength out of it and. as a consequence, you
become weak, pale and sickly looking, just
like a plant trying to grow in a soil deficient
in iron. If you are not strong or well you
owo it to yourself to make thc following test:
See how long you can work or how far you
can walk without becomiug tired. Next,
ti.ko two five-grain tablets of ordinary min
uted iron three times per day after meals for
two weeks. Then test your strength again
and soo how much you have gained. I have
seen dozens of nervous, run-down people who
were ailini: all tlio while double their strength
and endur.mco and entirely rid themselves
of all symptoms of dyspopsia liver and other
troubles in from ten to fourteen days' time
slmnlv bv taking iron in the proper form
And this, after thoy had in some cases been
doctoring for months without obtaining any
Dr. Schuyler C. Jaqucs, Visiting Surgeon
of St. Elizabeth s Hospital New ork ('ity
:.id: "1 have never before given out any
medical information or advice for publica
tion, as 1 ordinarily do not believe In it.
Hut In the case of Nuxated Iron I feel I would
he remiss in my duty not to mention it. I
have taken it myself and given it to my
patients with most surprising and satis
factory results. And those who wish to in-,
crease their strength, power and endurance
will find it a most remarkable and wonder
fully effective remedy." A
Dr. Howard James, late of the Manhattan
State Hospital of New York, and formerly
Assistant Physician, Brooklyn State Hos
pital, said: "Nuxated Iron is a most sur
prising remedy. A patient of mine remarked'
to mo (after having been on a six weeks'
course of it): 'SAY DOCTOR, THAT
THERE STUFF 18 LIKE JvIAGlC Pre
vious to using Nuxated Iron I had been
prescribing tho various mineral salts or iron
for years, only to meet complaints of dis
colored tcctn. disturbed digestion, tiou-up.
hardened secretions, etc.. when I catao across
Nuxated Iron, an elegant ngenlous prepara
tion containing organic -on, which has no
destructive action on tho teeth no corrosive
effect on tho stomach, and which is readily
assimilated into the blood and quickly makes
its presence felt in iiirreased vigor, snap and
staying power. It enriches the blood, brings
roses to tho cheeks of women and is an un
failing source of renewed vitality, endurance
and power to men wno ourn up too rapioi.v
their nervous energy in tho strenuous strain
of the great business competition of the
NOTE: Nutated Iron, which nwscribod ant re"
mcn'tcd above by physirium ii. huoIi a great variety ol ca..a,
ia not a patent mciirii.e mr .oeret reotinly l..t one whiou,
it well known to rlr..EKiln ami whoae iron eonatiluenta ara.
widely presrrilte'l by eminent uhymeinnn both in t-'.urnpe anil
Amerira. ITnliLo the older innrKanic iron proline., it ia.
easily aKsimilnteil, lioea not iniure the teeth, make them
blaek. nor upset the atomarh- on Oh ntrary. il le a most
potent remedy in nearly all lorma of inri.ncat.on, aa well aa
lor nervoua, mn-riown conditio... The manufacturer havo
Bitch ureal confidence in nutated iron, that they oiler to.
forfeit $100.00 tu any charitable institution if. they cannot
take any man or woman under 60 who lacks iron, and in
crease their strength 100 per cent or over in lour weeka
time, provided they have no serioua omanio trouble. They
also oiler to refund your money if it doea not at least doubla
your strength and endurance in ten daya' tima. It ia dia
Housed in i ma city by all lind, dnuniata,
ton, Dr. W. E. A. Forde, Mattie Wil
liams, J. T. Derricks, R. H, Brown,
J. W. Swanson, Andrew Martin, M.
H. Williamson, Laura Voorhees, Geo
Battle, Maggie Compton, F. E. Win
stead, M. B. Etherly.-John N. Rucker,
Jim Polk, Augusta Hughes, Beulali
Hammond, Hattie Evans, Anna Ed
wards, Fannie Kidd, Viney Pacy, Ben
Chrisman, Jas. Watson, Jas. Chris
man, Millie 'Kate Ellison, J. C. How
ard, J. R. Gray, J. P. Bryant, L. E.
Newhouse, C. McWain, Joseph Saw-
Etherly, C. C. Henderson, Allie Wal-j yers, Etta Cantrell, Delia Burrls,
Wm. Carney, M. C Bowers,' J. H.
Guthrie, Sallie Seward, Wm. S.
Washington, G. W. Calhoun, Melissa
Harris, Celia Starks, C. H. Simmons,
H. Owen, Abe Lewis, W. J. Going,
Ewing Kinnard, Julia Shelorn, J. W.
Stewart, G. H. Hunter, G. H. Wilson.
Mississippi speaks out through the
press for better treatment and pro
tection to her colored citizens. Oh!
that all other southern states would
emulate and put into practice this
noble sentiment, supplemented with
better wages. This exodus of our
best labor from the South would then,
cease. We hope Mississippi is in
earnest. Oh! is it possible that any
good thing can come out of where
Vardaman inhabits? To be sure.
God causes the wrath ot men to
. Don't forget your duty to our mem- i
bers in business. The Rucker Bros,
first class groceries, 1st avenue S.,
near Chestnut street.
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