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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 12, 1917.
A DELIGHTFUL TRIP.
Mra H&ttia Winstead of riaro !
jura, name winsteaa 01 uara
street has Just returned from a very '.
pleasant visit to Her relatives. Rev.
and Mrs. M. M. Caruthers, of Indiana
polis, I nil., where she was highly en
tertained by her many friends.
MESDAMES JOHNSON AND
PATTERSON IN CANADA. -
Mrs. M. Johnson and Mrs. Genla
Patterson of Nashville, Term., are
visiting Mra S. L. Durant of Mon
treal, Canada. Mrs. Durant is the
daughter of Mrs. Johnson and sister
of Mrs. Patterson, also Mrs. LazlnUa
Dickson of Jersey City, N. J., grand
daughter of Mrs. Johnson.
They are I ein? h'ghly entertained
while in Canda. and re-ently motored j
to Quebec city with a party of friends I
REV. II. M. BURNS RETURNS.
After an absence of several weeks,
during which time he was in Chica
go conducting reviva's. Rev. IT. M.
Burns, D. D., Secretary of the Bap
tist State Convention, has returned
to the city. While in Chicaso Dr.
Burns was the reel"lei't of much at
tention from the Baptist ministers.
Hav.'ng relatives In the Windy City
and leing so well known among the
Tennesree Colony, it was learned
that Rev. Mr. Burns had much dim-1
culty In tearing himself away in
order that 'he mipht come hack to
take un his church work. It has
ibeen whisr-ered that several of the
large churches in Chlraro have been
after him for their pastor for some
time, but he has not as yet consented
'to leave the Athens of the South.
When seen by a Globe representative
this week, Rev. Burns decided that
h's trip had 1 een very profitable and
that he felt able to do better work.
NEW HAVEN CLUB. .
The New Haven Social and" Lite
rary Club met Tuesday night, Octo
ber 9th. at the home of Miss F. B
McFarrist, 911 Shanklin street. Meet
ingw as called to order by the presi
dent, Miss McFarrist. Roll was call
ed by our secretary, Miss M. E. Lat
tamore. Members responded wiMi
dues and miscellaneous quotations.
Light refreshments wore served. Vt.
Granlson and Miss Gilford were wel-
corned visitors. daughter, Lillian Natillle. to Mr.
An embroidery club has been or- chas. L. Toms of Yazoo City. M ss.
ganlzed in co-operation with the The rites of matrimony I etween Miss
literary club and the members ex- Johnson and Mr. Toms were solemn
poet to do some really excellent work , lze1 ,(V cershnm a-ent. The
in the near future.
HOLT AND DAUGHTER
Mrs. Horace Holt and daughter,
Miss Pinkie D., have returned home
after spending six weeks with rela
tives and friends In YoungHown and
Other Points in Ohio Thev wern tha
IZL ,f . fhLT,
guests of their brother, and uncle,
LiL1- S?"., ue:ly0l?.a8h;ihrilliant voung woman and possesses
. uuim a. , unci, iu nici ijr ui iaaii
"ville, and who will ber remembered1
as a grarluate of
Mehrry College. i
ta rw5 1 ? 6nt r'5CUie i families, being the daughter of Mr.
tmn tl?aJZ ?n,n an'l Mrs. Wilson Howland, of Mur
holding up the standard of the school. i, n c.u.i 't .i
tended in the home of Dr. White,
K, enter,,M'f y .Aone much effective work as n edn
2" t Bt Bn.1 FannlBcotor and social economist. We wish
Matthews, of 45a St. Lojis avenue, ( her welL
and Mrs. J. J. Harvey of 421 Mc- .
There will be organized next Tues-
dav at 4 o'clock a Rlhla 1.M tnr mu 1
r e -.i..i. " i.
Z7 3:, n ",,Tt?l
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take advantage of this onnortnnltv tn
iretureuoui nuuao, nil wilo Wisn TO
. study the Bible are invited to be pres
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eni. Admission tree.
DREAMLAND BALL TO 8E A
n-.- iS?, W11 g..e
,. j-, . . ...
a Dreamland Ball real soon at the
nnrmnn.Amorlr.nn Hll in .ho
of November. It will be given for ths
benent or the students comlnu; to th?
cltv. who did not get here at the opeif.
ing of schools. This entertainment Is
vrntttA tn Kn I. .. I, .... I
"l";i.icu IU uc tlio ever given
. 1... LUf. rl X'.,. 1 m..i. t..i
' tatlona will be sent out of town t3
the surroundin? towns and a spedn
orchestra will furnish the mu3ic CM
dances as well as new dances will
be put on foi the benefit of those
who, can't dance the latest dan:es
and also checkers and whist will be
played and a costly prize will be
given to the best waltzer. B. H.
January, who was aprointed general
chairman of the affair, : is workin?
hard to make this one of the grandest
entertainments amone; young people
of the south. The following are mem
bers of the committee: F. R. Web
fiter, chairman; James W. Eakln, C.
A. Morford, Oscar Frazier, Lewis
Wilson, O. O. Clendenen, T. L. Arm
strong, Chas. E.-Carter, Butler Goff,
Albert Lee, Jack Robinson, Buford
Henerly, W. M. Baber, J, E. Bolton
ana warry ;razeiton.
.MISS LILLIL NICHOLS IN THE"
Miss LHHeJi mi c!s, a fonusr stu
dent of Walden University nnd who
for a number of years has been in
training in missionary schools and
J : especially at Svach. N. Y.. win nnpnv
at the First Holiness Church, corner
of Clayborn and Robertson streets,
Sunday, Oct. 21, at 3 p. m. Miss
Nichols expects, to sail or Africa in
Docember. Let" us give her ' an en-
; cohraglng attendance. Remember
she is one of our W&lden girls and
- demands our sympathy.
The City Federation will have its
-regular meeting October 26th. All
members of Federation clubs are
urged to be present. Business of im
'portance. - '
FORWARD QUEST GIRLS.
The Ever Ready Girls and Forward
.'Quest Girls have united and there is
-one club Instead of two, known here
after as the Forward Quest Girls. At
the last meeting new Officers were
elected for the remainder of the year
under our new advisor, Miss Fairfax
M. E. Church. Mrs. Annie Hardi
I Butler, and Miss Fannie Grimes as man chairman. A two course menu
President, we expect great success
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Meetings held 3:30 o'clock, Bethlehem
MR. AND MRS. B. H. JANUARY
HAVE A NEW COMER.
m- a o ti Tanuo-v nf 171 &
TK.n,.n , rrm.rt nf thir
new corner. Master B. H. January Jr..
whom they wish to becom3 acrmaint-
ed with his parents' friends.
NON PARIEL ART CLUB MAKING
BAGS FOR THE SOLDIERS.
On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Non Pariel
Art Club held its regular meeting at
the residence of Mrs. J. H. Adams,
128 Green street. After the usual
profltable business meeting was held.
Miss CushinR ot tne Fireside School
nour spent in neeuie works a very
was introduced and gave a most in-
teresting talk on our soldier boys
and their neelB. She exhibitei a fit'ei
bag that she was instrumental in get-
t i 9 l.. i ; mu
uug a iiuiuum in in'iius iu iimnts. iiie
club members readily consented to Jones was Christian Companion
take up the proposition and agreed to ship and its results, drawn froni the
make the bags at the next meeting incident of Simon Peter associating
which is to be held with Mrs. Boger, with the enemies of Jesus on the
at Hubbard Hospital. .night of his arrest. The steward's
A. and I. STATE NORMAL.
anu i. o aie iwmai ara aunaay
services will besin Sunday afternoon,
at 3:30 o'clock promptly Sermon by
uean mien Ol vanuerDlll. ves ei
choir of sixty voices,
ly invited to attend.
TRIP .TO THE HERMITAGE.
Sunday afternoon Rev. and Mrs
H. A. Boyd and daughter, together
with their house euests, Mrs. J. A.
Grumbles and daughters. Misses
Eleanor and Mae Gruml les motored
to the Hermitage, the historic home
of Andrew Jackson.
ti, ootw ,,.. mdi f mntr.
In, and the autumn scenes along the
road were thoroughly enjoyable and
The party had the nleasure of go
ing through the bulldinor and view
ing the many interesting relies.
Mr and Mrs. Famre' F. Johnson
of 1304 14th Avenue. N., wish to
announce the marr'ace of their;
ouiet and happy wedding was at
the home of the bride. Monday eve,
MRS. M. H. BBTGHT ENTERS LIN
COLN HOSPITAL. NEW YORK.
Mrs. M. H. Bright one of the rice's
"c 1 raicira
""coin Hospital. New York C'tv. for
rnrA mm1U ino nf urnm n l -ind OUa
, m u-
luate of the Nurse Training Depirt
iment of TusVeffee Institute, and has
MP.S.' ROBINSON ENTERTAINS
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Alien-Llarflf n. WHO is visum? tie
Parents on Fourteenth avenue. North,
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was me iarti yariv tenuereu ner oy
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ivirn. Knoirtflon nr inn Knrn njnrmi
on Saturdav at the Linco n Annex.
This beautiful amusement rltce was
beautifully decorated for the' ocra-
its natural Deauiy Dem? en-
hanced by fall flowers and foliage A, i
interesting game of cards was played
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two course menu was served
Those fnlnvlnrf th WnlHHiv nf
Mrs' Poblnson we e: yr3. lizzie Al-
len-uarden, or Livn hburir, Va.;, the
honoree, Misses Hazel Thompson and ,
Ethel Jordan, Misses Willie J as
f. 1 1 1 1 fil Wi t nnrl T.llllnti T! ,1 1 1
iian I'Oil.'ici, IVIISW
r,nrlf niloo T T7-, . Tl V. i ' J
Mesdames Itussell, Hal", Smith,
Johnson and Robinson.
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL R. CLEN-
DENING ENTERTAINED WJTH A
A rvri nrie immmcd
Mr. anl Mrs. Daniel R. deadening
or oiu soum i'o"rtn street gave a
six o'clock dinner Sunday In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W
Lewis and sm, Mr. J. W. Baker
al,d Mr.- A. N. Culberson. The dining-
oom was beautifully decorated wi'.h
ferns and cut flowers. The menu
consisted of three delicious courses.
Those seated at the table were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. H. Lewis, Mr. J.
W. HnlHr. Mr A N rnlhpram Mr
and Mrs. Daniel R. Clendenlng, Miss-
es Tiny Bell, Mattie and Effle and
little Master Herman Clendenlng. All
expressed themselves as havfn? en -
Joyed immensely the hospitality of
the host and hostess.
ONE (OF NASHVILLE'S SONS
VISITS THE CITY.
Rev.' W. B. Wnrd. nastnr of thn
First Bantlst Church or Rnoirwonrt
was a visitor here Monday. Rev!
Ward. IS doing a wonder Ul work in
trt i.' m . i a ..a . .
AiiBi lennessee ana jNasnvme ieeis
proud ot him. He delivered a short, """isy oiuiug Between, auer
pointed address to the members ot wnlcn the following addresses were
Lightfoot Lodge No. 17 K. or P. Mon- made:
day evening. He is a past chancellor i "Wnat should be the church's rela
of Lightfoot Lodge and tlie membsrsltion t0 th8 business world", by Dr.
are always glad ,to hdar him. Sir A- N- Jhnson. "What should be the
J. P. Porter. D. O. C nresldni nnrt attitude of the physician to the
Introduced the speaker.
MISSES LAURA HUNTER AND
HATTIS PEGRAME ENTER
TAIN. Misses Laura Hunter and Hattie
Pegrame entertained recently very ' one years' work of the church was
delightfully the members of the read by Mr. Jno. Shelby. "The rela
younger set at the residence of Mrs. tion of the church to benevolent in
Bessie Johnson, 11th Avenue north, j-stitutions," by Dr. J. H. Hale. "Front
Games and dancing wer the feat-1 line Sunday Schools" by Rev. Henry
ures ot the evening and at a late A. Boyd.
hour refreshments were served. The The offering was then taken and
color note of pink and white was em-
phaslzed in the decorations. The
guests . numbered thirty-six. Miss,
Frances Brooks and Mrs. Ottls Dun-
vlan, presided at the piano. A vocal
solo was rendered by Mr. frank
Greer. Miss Hattie Pegram wore a
lovely gown of pink taneta trimmed
with silver luces. Miss Hunter was
very pretty in blue satin and geor
gette crepe. Their corsage bouquet
were of pink roses and rosebuds.
DELIGHTFUL DINNER. "
Mrs. Oscar Hamilton entertained
at her beautiful little home on 39th
Avenue, on last Friday evening Nthe
Missionary Society of St. Luke's A.
was served to the guest, every one
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reports a delightful time.
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
The White Rose Social met at the
i home of Mrs. John Brown on Alaba-
The club was highly
entertained by Mr. Brown
the feature of the evening The
'u 1Aud ? ""f at hm
,Af Miss Annie M. Osbore 909 40th
;Ave., Friday evening at 8 o clock.
PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH
The Sundav school showed a con-
sldcrable increase list Sundav to the
delight of the officials. The past or
reviewed the lesson, to the delight of
all. The Davis Lady Band last Fri-
nv night -.was a splendid success.
This band wbulld do credit to any oc j
casion. It is composed of an a ggre-!
gation of well-trained and cultured
ladies. We mean to have them
The subject of the Sundav morn- I
t.. i. .. . i. .. . ti n i
nig a sci muii uv mo jjjsiui, ivuv. ur.
rally takes place Sunday the 21st,
I at which time services will be held
'rliirtncr tho Hnv Thia -will nlon ha
wnat ig known as ..Doliar Money
Day," when a special effort will be
ma(lo toward collecting the confer-
olnlma A p-nl,l mprlnl ban hppn
offered by the pastor, to the class
leader, whose class reports thejarg
est amount of dollar money accord
ing to membership. The lines are
already being closely drawn between
class leaders, F. Douglass, Jas. Mc
Manaway and P. A. Woolfolk. A
closing reception will be given Mon-
day night following the last Sunday.
at which time all reports will be
made from all the departments of
the church toward getting the pas
j or ready ,or conference and set-
tling up with him for the year.
Payne Chapel as usual, along with
the rest of the A. M. E. Churches,
j is now wondering who will be the
next pastor after conference.
The steward's rally which Is being
carried forward by a friendlv rival
ry between the women and the men,
promises to turn out well, from all
; present indications. Mrs. Henrietta
Gee is captain of the men, and Mr.
William Stockell is captain of the
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CLUB,
Circle No. 4 met Tuesday evening!
at the residence of Mrs. Carrie Johns,
112 Hampton St. Those present,
Mrs. Lovie Woods, Secretary, Mrs.
Millie-Thompson. Mr. Richard Thom-
as, Miss Pauline Cason, Mrs. Fannie
Sanders. Miss Carrie Johns, Mrs
Lovie Woods gave an Interesting
talk on Christianity. We are work-
.en m u ywc,.u u.
delicious menu was served.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TOUR
The B. T. W. T. Club, met Tuesday
evening with Mrs. Ana Marshall, 1800
Church street. The President, Mrs.
A. Clark, presiding. The meeting
was opened in the usual form. Roll
was called each member responded
with quotation and dues. Three new
members were added to the club, Mrs.
Lula Lync, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs.
Cornelia Blackman. The business
v,,...- .. hn ntoo ciont In
needle work, after which the hostess
served an elaborate three course
,,..,, Thnsn nreaHnt: Mesdame3
1 Clark Gordon. Baslon. Marshall Priest
Burns, Boyd, Jackson, Mor-
Ion WllHnma. Wehster. Sfinnilfirs.
Floy(1 AirIdge Lynch, Cook, Gordon,
nule Mlsses May siyvester Anna Eliza
hfith Morton. Elizabeth and Master
iamaa ai,m . mi.o naitia rinrHnn
- 'sTed th hostess in saving. Afte
lliuai, cujujttUiH cvvuiiig vuw lulling
adjourned to meet with Mrs. 0.- E.I
Lw 1M7 io.i, aq b Tno,.'!,!. o ' !! 1B.
Vif,v.m,fi v-, m an oanWei Ban-
tist church was observed in a fitting
by the First Bap 1st
church of East Nashville last Sunday
i and Monday. Special preparations for
i the observance of this occasion had
' been made by the members and friends
of the congregation. The Eervice pro-
per opened Sunday morning at the
?u"day c!!?01, when th,e, Pe'ln?l?-
riant tirlrh rtia It) l-irfl onrAll m on r in T ha
dent with h,is large enrollment in the ,
Sunday school pulled off a special pro
At eleven o'clock-' the pastor, Rev.
W. S. Ellington, A. M. D. D preach-
the largest congregations of his pas- j
torate was present to hear this elo -
quent pastor deliver the anniversary ,
discourse. The principal meeting of
1 the celebration for the Sunday ser-
Ylcea as the Platform meeting Sun
fay afternoon which began prompt
" o"- '
rTe'inurch had invited, some of
Nashville s most prominent citizens
lu ucuvur Leii iniuuie uuuiesaea. ur.
J. Wi Russell was master of cere
monies at the opening the choir sang
. and Rev. Joseph Kell read the scrip-1
wes. Rev. J. R. Evans invoked the
divine blessings, followed by music,
Some appropriate remarks were made
"r" "'"Siuu aim me master oilDeueve in uemucracy . we noiu mai
paromnnloa TVTlaa HanAva Panlaw aanff rVfa naflnn arimil1 anfar tYia Ifata .trffh
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church," Dr. F. A. Stewart. Resolu
tions were then read by Mr. R. W.
McWilliams. "The church and Chris
tian education," by Dr. A. M. Town
send. "The church of today," Miss L.
U. Chambers. A retrospect of fifty-
many friends ot the church respond-
ed liberally. On the platform dur-;
ing the services, but who did not par-
tlcipate in the program, were RavsJ
J. C. Harding. Wm. Kayoes. J. R-'
Station and Dr. J. B. Singleton. On
Monday night the officials ol the
church tendered a banquet In the
basement of the church to the friends, j
It was a sumptuous repast. A host'
of friends from every church In thej
city were present. There were a num-
er of short talks during the evening.
together with a literary program. The
church which was organized by Rev.
J. B. Vanderble, and continued as its
pastor until his, death has had but
five pastors in the fifty-one years as
was uruu&ui uui iu mu uusiuric B&eitu
Vis. -Nellie Kduvm.. M7 E.ntler 2ii " Jn'lT
avenue, left the oil, Monday night f W Past thf RTenVH," nti? Tnd
r fi, ii. k. i,.n, ing his home in. Indianapolis, Ind ,
fur Chicago, II'., to visit hsr Im'tner " . . . ,. ,,.
, . -.i in i. where lie Is prominent in the affairs
for several wee.,s- She will n!s. vis t . ,, . ' ,,.., .. ,n
iui . iv.w i..i.3.
the bed side of her daughter, Miss
Laura Patterson, who has been ill for
several weeks. Her father Mr. Pat-
terson came Saturday and they left
wun ineir uauKnier suuuay lor lueir ;
home in Gallatin. I
MR. AND MRS. W. A. CARTER
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carter enter
tained at their residence, 511 Ltschey
Avenue. All of last week. Mr. and
Mrs. Calhoun of Canton. Ky. Mrs.
,lho,'"i m o'lhln ..rt,
' lh fT?k,nZ
,," .t.i, ,,
the city visiting relatives ind
. . J s
MT. OLIVE B. Y. P. U. i
The mee'ing of Mt. Olive B. Y. P.
U. was cal'ed to order by the presi
dent, J. C Maddux, at fi:30 o' lock.
Singing from Celestial Showers No. 2.
Scripture reading by the school, Isa. '
40:10-13. Prayer was offered by J. C. i
The captains took chargs of their
respective groups at 7:20 p. m. The
lesson was beautifi Uy reviewed Ik
Mr. Watson for fifteen minutes. A
splendid program was ren ered by
Group No. 1. Miss Nevada Allison,
Sunday, Oc'ober 21, 1917, a special
program will be rendered by Group
No. 2 The public is invited to at
tend this B. Y. P. U.
FALL RALLY OF MT. 2ION.
Tha fall rally of Mt. Zion Baptist
Church which was held Sunday. O t.
14th, was quite a success. Three
clubs were at work. The Emerge acy
Club, of which the pastor, Pev. J. A.
Frown, was president, raised $107
, The Auxiliary Board, of which Mrs.
Katie L. Norton is president, nisei
100.20. The Ladies' Progressive
Club, of which Mrs A. C. Holder is
president, not boasting to sav' the
progressives, led as usual, raising
$120.03. The sermon at 11 o'clock
was preached by Rev. J. A. Brown
and mi sic was turn's'ied by the Mt.
Zion choir. At 3 o'clock the sermon
was preached by Rev. Tred. Pastor
of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Rev. J.
L. Harding was mas er of ceremo-ifes
music was furnished by the Mt. Nebo
uapust t nurcn clioir,
At 8 o'clock p. m., a soul-stirring
sermon was preached bv Rpv ai
Bryant. A talk was made by Dr. J
H. Hale. A sweet sola was sun.i! by
Miss Hazel E. Hyde At the close
the service short hut interesting re-i they responded to her appeal,
marks were made by Mrs. Gra-it El- t should le known tlint many ot
kins, who presented the president ofjt!e y;un? men who attend Meharry
the Progressive Club. Mrs. A. cJmust, during tlio vacation, earn all
Holder, wi;h a lovely- bouquet of tho money to meat their obligations
monthly roses and ferns. Mrs. lUkinj during the school vear and where
congratulated Mrs Holder on her un-, The average Meharry student do
In" S 6 m V ra'S? ,monue,y tor th,' nates one dollar to anv cause tliia
n?,lL 1 . oft 8'Rk Clmren t0 "onation is made at great sacrifice.
TJ JL 1 Lbl,rfn,?m,??re" nut the call of the school is so dear
.uo i c-iiivc nuu is ma oi lest
ciui) in me cnurcn and Mrs. A. C
Holder has been the presi.lont of
i's club tor four years and with
only a faithful few members .ha cl.ih
always does its part aid has for its
motto: "We get up and do."
A bass solo was) nunc hv l?oir ro.i.
ter M. Bums. The total amount rais-
BU HUS .si.zj.
PRESENT MtMOKlAL AT
1 and di criminal agVn t
(Con from Page 1.)
Now comes the President of the
, uu.o om.es mm ueciares omciaiiy
to the world that this government
take3 part in the European war to pro-
mote World Eemocracy and World
Humanity. He tells the .new army
raitei specifically to make the world
Safe for Democracy" that this war
i ' .Haws us all closer together in hu
mar brotherhood as did the Kcvolu-
tionory War for America iridopeud-
ence. . Hence, in view of his own
words and of this war, we do now call
upon President Wilson to abolish that
essential .violation of democracy, race
DArmiratlnn rP rvninnn m n a1 a h1h J
segregation of government clerks, and
actment of law; (a) To enforce the
14th and 15th Amendments of the Con-
stttution which forbid peonage and
to millions of Americans their civil
and political rights: (b) To make
lynching a federal crime; (c) To
forbid segregation for race in inter-
state travel, or travel in federal terri-
Segregation in Army Not Democracy. '
Colored Americans demand only
that the "rights of free people and the
common rights of mankind" which
this government proclaims for Europe
be also in the possession at home of
all our citizens subject to riBk or
suffer disease and death in carrying
this cause to these foreign nations. We
this nation should enter the lists with
-- " " ,
clean hands, and that in this forma-
tion of a new army, in the absence
tion, the exclusion of Colored. Ameri-
rest is a betrayal of the cause of de-
mocracy, and is -causing fresh con-
tempt and persecution. We demand
equality of rights for all in all de-
part men ts of the government.
No Buccet$ Without Justice.
All patriotic Americans must he
alarmed that with the country at war
American citizens are burned at the
stake by mobs, are massacred because
they work for a living, are beaten and
assaulted. All should unite against
the tryanjr of mobs and of labor or-
ganlaations. Until the right of trial
for crime is secure, until the right of
travel, to work and to vote is free to
c!tlzen9 "ke- our countrf
not expect or deserve success in this
war. or the favor and blessing ol Al-
- rrnVrsnv iv tup
REV. R, U. FEROLSOX IN Tilh.
pev u. Ferpuson, son of Mr.
an(1 Mr8 R B. Ferguson of 923 IHn
ave.. X., and a nieml er of the Ten
nessee Amiuul Conference of the A.
M. E. Church. Is In the city to attwid
the sessions of the conference which
heId ,n st.Jolm Afr ,.an ilt
E. Church. 8th avenue and Cedar St.,
lKaia, Mr.-f WlillA hfirA ho will
stop with h's parents at their home
on Eeleventh Avenue, North.
REV. D. T. CLEAVER, PASTOR OF
QAY STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Elder Cleaver comes to Gay Street
Christian Church highly recommend
ed as a pastor of wido experience and
forceful speaker. Elder Cleaver was
formerly President ,o Jtho Texas
Christian College, Palestine, Texas.
The Cay Street Christian church is
tho oldest Christian Church In tl!e
city. The members and friends of
the church are lookinir forward to
a (rreat spiritual awakenin? under
the guidance of Elder Cleaver. Klder
Cleaver will give a .discourse on
"The Foundation of the House ot
Jehovah Was Laid," Eznv 3:11. The
public is most cordla'ly Invited The
rhoir will render Rpec'al music Sun
day, October 21, 1917.
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Church Aid met at the home
J ,Mrs- ''a Randolph Friday niirht,
lv received and happily entertained.
The attendance was beyond expecta
tions. Every one was glad to see
the president, Mrs Jarrett, out and
able to preside after a short illness
and confinement to her bed. The
meeting was opened after the pres
dont arrived. Prayer was offered and
the regular routine of business was
dispensed. The program was as in
teresting as ever. The snrs were
directed by Miss Emma .Tones. Les
son led in discussion bv Mr. Clarence
N. Perkins, solo by Mts. Lilly Mae
Gambrell and other 'nteresting fea
tures were had after wliich ('.hose
resent were invited into the dining
rorm and most hanpily entertained.
Following this, verses were had, col
lection received and adjournment
ollowed - The next meeting will be
at the home of Mrs Amanda House
on Jo Johnson Avenue, Friday night,
2Cth. All members and friends are
OR. R. H. BOYD'S SER
MON AT MFHARRY
(Con from Pa.qe 1.)
class for the courteous manner in
which sl e was rece ved in each of
nf.tlie classes, ai'd the cheerful manner
to their hearts they will not turn a
('eaf e:ir to un appciil. They prac
tice the giv'ng habit.
Everything is in readiness for the
dedll'aon of the Anderson Anntonii-
i ,', V " " ' rtIluulso"
wiiu ouier oui oi town Alumni w n
I he In attendance, as well as many ot
I our friends in the city. This build-
in;; is a1 tiling of beauty. The Dr.
and Mrs. Anderson havev erected a
monument to their memory more
lasting1 than any granite shaft or
Ironze statute. When a granite or
a ''ronz8- statue shall have toppled
and crumb ed Into dust, the descend-
onto rf tli a man nnd ntnmnn nlk
ro-oivo raini tn i,tt, a.a' i,n
wl" rise UP nnl call them blessed,
These same descendants will not
on'.v te" their story of sacrifice and
K,0d will to generations yet to come,
hut with their own hands will they
be inspired to do pood to others.
Meharry Y. M. C. A.
The members of Meharry Y. M. C.
A. were greeted with the presence ot
Dr. S. L. McDowell, the new pastor
of the First Baptist Church. 8th
Dr. McDowell Is recently from
)T. VVr. il
7", " ..u.,-,, .
nc'licu in mt? ruim ui lhu i. ill. v.
Tlle address delivered was interest-
,f? and lnsPlr'nS- , The doctor, a
y,mS una himself, was quite at
ll0me with tlle .vllnS men and spoke
t0 tl,em from a f,,n 1,eart as only a
young man is anie to speak to an-
T1,e yuS men at Meharry ins st-
ed upon Dr. McDowell to return at
an early day.
A 'Distinguished Visitor,
Dr. Judson Hill, for many years
President of the Aforrlstown liuliis.
trial College Morrlstown Tcnn was
a wnlcnmo visitor to utohnrrv
and spoIe words of encouia-emeni-
to ti,e young men.
n- win . .A.iow m.
Dr. Hill Is a co-laborer with our
own Dr Hubbard under the ausp ces
of U)e preedmen's Aid Society.
perhaps stands sec-ond to Jr.
Hubbard iu point of time of service
oDr- H.lU ha,d 1Bt. v,8,ted ,th
nessee Annual Conference of the M
j eh"r(?T fnd hten the.,Bm,jt
?jean'c Unl? lu the, M. H.
iiuivjii auu i.ne ivi, cj, uuiuii ouuui,
came up, this conference made it
clear that if un'on ever came it
would be a union of all the parts of
tho entire M. E. Church and that no
iart would be eftout.
Meharry Men ut the Front,
, ' "
Splendid reports from our men at
the Front greet us. Capt. Hadley
and his men tarry by the Father ot
Waters and our "hoys" at Ft. Deb
Moines are cheerful and happy as
1 1CV" -POSITIVELY, rtTS5
"Mat's in a name?" EVERYTHING!
"Ill woundt may b cured bat not ill name"
"A famouJ name will newer die"
"Nothing tucceeds like luccest"
For over eighty years, Palmer's "Skin Success"
Ointment has made a great name for itself, as
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. ,It is the
WARNING! Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success"
is bfii. used bv others, evidently to deceive our
hienth. Let them l'.FAVARE; we shall prosecute
tin.' in to the fullest extent of the law.
I..;. o-ir r..v.-ae and address on every pack
- , iv,;:,ir's "Skin Success" Oinlmgnt and
T; ::i Ho?f;aa
they perform their drillinfr tasks.
"Honor to whom honor Is due"
SUNDAY HOME COMING DAY AT
Sunday October 21st will be Home
Coming Day at the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church on Cedar street of which the
Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., is the pas
tor. It is the hope of the Superinten
dent who has charge of the exercises
in Sunday school to have one thousand
pupils in the Sunday school room
Sunday morning. Miss Mary N. Wal
ker, the popular organist of the church
has charge of one team and she will
attempt to have 500 men present. Dea
con Peter Patterson will attempt to
have more women present than Miss
Walker has men. The various mem
bers of the school have kegs and are
asking their friends and friends of
the church to give a donation so that
a nice collection wilr be had.
On last Sunday the School was
pleasantly surprised to have a solo
by little Josephine Douglass accom
panied by Miss Willio Mae Rucker. It
u. i o i ihe superintendent to
have something like the every Sun
day morning. On next Sunday morn
ing a program will be given. The
lesson story will be told by Hazel
Baker. Miss Katie Albertine Boyd
will play an instrumental solo. Jose
phine Douglass will sing accompain
ed by Miss Rucker. There are one or
two numbers that will come as a
pleasing surprise to the audience and
will not be announced till Sunday
At the eleven o'clock hour the pas
tor will deliver his last sermon be
fore he makes a tour of tho State ot
Texas. The choir will render excel
lent music. All are requested to bo
present and make this effort a suc
cess. Y. M. C. A.
Below is a list of young men who
have registered at the Y. M. C. A.
i since last week's report:
I I. L. Whitby, Goliad, Texas; E. L.
.Schroder, Charleston, S. C; J. FreJ
Wells, Charleston, S. C; R. B. Stan
; ton, Galveston, Texas; J. E. Reld,
i Marshall, Texas; W. V. Simpkins,
j Mansfield, La.; Andrew Dangerlield,
j Chattanooga, Tenn.; J. C. White, Bir
I iniughaiii, Ala.; P. S. Mallard, Mc
I Intosh, Ga.; E. L. Parks, Atlanta, Ga.;
j Felix Marshall, Nashville, Teun.; Dr.
I J. F. Lane, Jackson, Tenn. ; J. W.
jLane, Jackson, Tenn.; B. F. Lane,
j Jackson, Tenn.; Glen Evans, Browns
! ville, Tenn.; Percy Allen, Nashville,
Tenn.; Venson Holman, Tullahoma,
Tenn.; L. R. Robertson, Louisville,
i Ky.; Augustus Keeling Buffalo, N. Y.;
J Francic Itiley, Buffalo, N. Y.; Dr. J. E.
nun, ow ium .uy; jas. u. jewen,
Indianapolis, Ind.; Geo. W. Kibble,
Murfreesboro, Tenn.; C. T. Hume,
Nashville, Tenn.; Serge, Win. Wil. n,
Dayton, Ohio, Sergt. James Joue3,
! Dayton, Ohio; P. I). Taylor. New
' ork City; V. L. Myers," St, Louis,
I iIo. ; E. Daniels, Birmingham, Ala.;
j G. H. Daniels, Birmingham, Ala.;
I Edward V. Anthony, Gallatin, Tenn.;
! J. Frank Brooks, Ft. Worth, Texas;
John L. Cashin, Decatur, Ala.; G.
j Richardson, II. Luke, Chicago, 111,
! II. D. Goode, Detroit, Mich.; J.
'Henri McRiley, Boley, Okla.; M.
jllolden, Detroit, Mich.; J. II. Taylor,
Indianapolis, Ind.; Father E. Thomas
Domby, Keeling, Tenn.; C. Maxwell
Hinds, Barbados, B. W. I.; V. L.
Polk, Fort Worth, Texas; Dr. W. P.
Devane, New York City; M. W.
Lemons, Ft. Worth, Texas; Quintard
Miller, Nashville, Tenn.; J. B. Rob
inson, Herman Hunter. Yellow
Springs, Ohio; D. T. Cleaver, Henry
Truehoart, Memphis, Tenn.; A. M.
Jacobs, Brooklyn, New York; Clif
ford A. Lythcott, Montreal, Canada;
O. C. Queen, St. Louis, Mo.; Archie
Norman, Jewell Reasonover, Ft. Des
Moines, Iowa; Chas. L. Toms, New
London, Conn.; Eugene A. Davis,
Cincinnati, Ohio; Chas. H. Porter,
Augusta, Ga.; .1. L. Whitby, Goliad,
Texas; E. L. Shroder, Charleston, S.
C; J. Fred Wells, Charlotte, N. C;
R. B. Stanton, Galveston, Texas; J.
E. Reid, Marshall, Texas; W. V.
Simpkins, Mansfield, La.; Andrew
Dangerfield, Chattanooga, Tenn.; J.
C. White, Birmingham, Ala.; P. S.
Mallard, Mcintosh, Ga.; E. L. Parks,
Atlanta, Ga.; Felix Marshall, Mar
shall, Texas; J. W. Lane, Jackson,
Tenn.; B. F. Lane, Jackson,. Tenn.;
Glen Evans, Brownsville, Tenn.;
Percy Allen, Nashville, Tenn.;' Ven
son Holman, Tullahoma, Tenn.; L.
R. Roberts, Louisville, Ky.
The Hon. J. B. Woods, Jr.,. who
was the guest last Sunday morning
of Dr. O. B. Taylor, First Avenue S.
Mr. Woods Is Grand Worthy Master
of the Mosaic Templars of Tennessee
with headquarters at ' Memphis,
where he is well known. The Bluff
City rates him as one ot her fore--most
sons, having engaged in the
broohhjn. New Yn-k
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meet the expenses of
(hese war limes lo pay
(axes, lo meet llie in
creased cost of living etc
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And be accommodated
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Not cent cost to you if you accept our
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LI KCath profit for your uparetlmt', $100 to $500
tiet'oVtl. everything furnUhed FREE, No
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13(13 Cedar Slrt 8:30 lo 10 a. m.i 12 Iu :3U .
TflUphunc Main I irt I 5 Iu 7 p. in..
LR. CRAWFORD C. HARWELL
I'll) SKI AN AND SUIK. HON
KenidViiDF 1013 1-2 Hamilton Si.
I'b.u. Main I0SI N SIIVIM.K, TKNN.
Wednesday, Oct. 31, 17
Corner 4th Avenue aji.d Ctdar St.
Very weird and fastidious, fiimr niggle
with the jliolH riu( yi ur Jai k-O' Lan
irrns, hiirDr nnd tibial doilim villi
Grand IionI walk al 10 u'e oi l p. in.
Admission, 20 Cents Straight
From 8 to 11:30 o'cloc p. 'in,
banking business there for a num
ber of years.
Dr. Hamsey, took an active part in
the conference last week. Mrs. Lula
! Dixon, the active secretary ot the
i woman's missionary society, was in
Normanda last week on business. Dr.
J. H. Walters was a great favorite of
the people during the conference. The
many friends of Rev. John Sebas
ten, will be very glad indeed to know
that he is the new pastor of the M.
E. Church. Rev. J. W. Richmond,
will go to Dixon, Tenn. Miss Mamie
Rhoten, the popular organist of the
M. E. Church is at Ravenscrolf, Tenn.,
this week. It is expected that Miss
Rhoten will take charge of a school
at that place. We wish for Miss
Rhoten, a success. Mrs. Raymond
French, of McMInnville, and Miss Jes
sie Gwynn, and Mr. Lawrence Woods,
was a live wire at the M. E. Confer
ence last Sunday. They were the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hunt. A
surprise wedding will tako place soon.
The two contracting parties are very
popular, and when the names in next
weeks issue of the Globe, is given,
it certainly will be a surprise. If
you read the alphabet by the follow
ing numbers, you may be very apt to
know the parties now 1-4- To 1010.
The reception that was given last
Monday night in honor of Rev. A. C.
Martin, and wife was quite a success,
and largely attended. Miss Leola Mor
ris, of Peterburg, the niece of Mr.
Joe Klmes, is visiting him this week.
The farewell reception that was given
by the members of Snorters Chapel,
to Rev. A. E. Martin, and wife last
Monday night, was quite a success.
The many friends ot Rev. Martin, and
wife will be pained to see him leave
for his conference in Chattanooga,
which will convene Wednesday morn
ing. Mrs. Fruzie Borders, of Nash
ville, was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Jen
kins, during the conference. Read the
Globe and keep up like Mrs. Ada
Oakly. The residence of Mrs. Mary
Thomas Russell, and Mrs. Mollla
Cooper, was head quarters for tha
ministers, during the conference.