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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 19, 1917.
T All Ka-a listed V. B. F. uui
9. M. T. that are sojourning In the city
of Nashville, anil Davidson County.
Any such members male or female
that has been out of their respective
Lodges, or Temples In any city, or lo
cality of any State in the Unite.! States
for one year, for the non-payment of
monthly dues only, may become an
active member of the V. B. F. and S.
M. T. onler in Nashville, by placing
their membership in Centennial Lodge
ho. S. by paying 2 00 membership fee
to the secretary, V. L. Miller, at the
Lodge Hall. 413 1-S Fourth Avenue. N..
that meets the Second and Fourth
Wednesday nights in each month at
All sisters oi any Temples that are
untlnancial, may become a member of
Kosebud Temple No. 3'J, that n.vets at
paid hall the First and Third Wednes
day eveniims in each month, by pay
ing $100 membership fee to .Miss
Hattie liramlette, the secretary at 413
1-2 Fourth Avenue. N. or S.ven Seal
Temple, No. 16, that meets the First
Thursday nisht. anil the Third Thurs
day evening in each m mth, by paying
Mrs. Semime L Krwm. the secretary
at 1UU i-iiuiips street. J-.dO.
THE EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY
LINCOLN THEATRE PROGRAM.
'Home of Supreme Vaudeville Under
Management of Quintard Miller.
The Great Luke is headlner (oi
next week propensity. N ar elou-i
i t'ndcr the leadership ot Mrs.
! Pearly Green, the Woman's Home
Missionary Society of Brook Chapel
M. K. Church. Brentwood, met at
tricks ami strange scenes which seem (lie come 0( Mrs. will Oilen. Meni-
The Woman's Auxiliary "of the
15th Avenue Baptist Church met
with Mrs. Paralee Hughes at her
residence, 911 14th Avenue, N.
The meeting was opened with song
and prayer by the president. The
business part of the meeting was
carried out with the presence of
Miss dishing from the Fireside School
who made a brief talk about the com
fort bags which all agreed to make
for our soldier bovs who are in serv
ice for our country. All members
responded with dues. The iiuotintr
was dismissed with prayer. The,
hostess. .Mrs. Hughes, assisted bv
Mrs. Mary King, served a two course
menu, which was enjoyed to the
highest by all present. Quito a
number was present. The Auxiliary
will give a Tacky Partv the last
Thursday night in this month.
5ii 1 JLlil LiA
almost impossible for a humai bei:i
.lohnson and Fisher In musical com
edv. A company of 15 In all girl
review, pre.-en in bits of nnis.cal
comedy and other star a.tJ. Dcn't
fail to see the "G.eat Luke."
Program Week Oct. 15.
Long and Holland.
The sterling team of Ion an I
Holl.'.n '. .b in I. and Nina ia a skit 'i
entitled "I wouldn't v.r. r no lu
lmui being," etc., e;c, e.c.
Porter and Russell.
The itni:icbl IV to Porter ami
ni- iu'ie It -!?se l in th.dr Ui.) roa i.ig,
act, etc., etc., etc.
Tat ir.;:.;agr.m n is well plea el,
so was the audience. A good SjO.(
; The Lincoln and the Bijou are put-'
ting on some excellent vaudeville '
ibis week, llumboi.e Jones, and Co.
Watts Bros. Davenport and Daven
port ate delivering the goods nightly
to pleased audiences.
The excel and the Star are having
some sple.idid pictures that all should
! see. .Manager Moore, especially de
serves encouragement not because he
is a Ne..;ro but rather because he
gives you the best in pictures.
The Quality Amusement Company
conies to the Howard next weJk in
"The Heart of Wetona." The cast will
include Cleo Desmond. Carlotta Free
man, Arthur T. Hay, Charles Moore,
durance E. Muse. Ophelia B. Muse,
II. L. l'ryor, Andrew S. Bishop and
Washington friends are anxious to
fiear from Earl and Lulu Walton, Bes
sie Olier, Brown-Miller, Browne and
Demont and the members of The
bers present, twelve, visitors three.
We had a successful business meet
ing for the new Conference eu
also some interesting remarks by
the pastor. Rev. W. U. Crenshaw.
After which a two cjurse menu was
served. Adjourned to meet at the
home of Mrs. C.eorge Johnson, Del.
People's Savings Bank &
Monday, October 22, 1917.
Below are the faces of the persons who will handle the business.
The hank will ope i and close rogu'nr but speci.il rtrrangrmfnts v irl le made
for nl who want to leave a deposit on tie hcchp on of tie Pintisi:i
Miss Kmma Burton, who l as been
en a sick leave tmni her work at H e
NaCona! Ha; fist l'ul lis'iimr Foard,
is re iore.1 as loirs: oon'hted at tie
Vanderbilt hospital where site under
went a very painful operatirn.
V, - rtarii or brown tkln.
j (..: te'ears sllow com
i: .' I.j-'h. removes a 1 blemish
.if! ctfur tl.e (kin to Erow
-.;i;u-r. t-t that you get ttu
Kingston, Ga.. Pee 4, 191C.
I have iscd one box of
your Dr. Fre' Palmer's Skin
Whitener and like it fine. In
deed, my skin is murh w hiter
and is clear of pimples. I
will ask you to send me an
other box nf It, also send me
a bar of the soap.
Yours very truly,
DO VOT .rfTTT IMITATION!
vi V : .l:;i of .r pf d'.tv t 'of rc.
. -i.l. Wrlio JACOEi' ri!im '
Hf r' is an Op r urt iv t-. lc 'rn h h t:h at
trsrlt'on' thut vinir rv iv w il lip ii dt-rea' 1. Ytuj
ca t urn fr m I.l.l'U tit 3:t nil rd vomt- mi nuir
B d i or v-in n iH'ii t-. h ty nt vor nd
lonit' n np iiti-'luit-w o kuw (tow. le nil
leach y ni .irti-tir H.tTdi-bsi Mani minii. K-f
a sitVc t I ifiilti.t-nt H. vv I cnl'ivjtit
pr.U (itow hid . H w t- nik 'iuici nirlrs
How to w uvi ii n i tminuf.i tore i. Hew .
tntkkf -wiirlifs. 'I r.iri'fur ' ittio s. I'lifl., lmntl
d urs. 11 nn , Kinut l'i.- cs. I'oni' 1 tifttld;. & r.
tTu!illllnlll , HKnritf. ei i & e tv. all wi.rV
guar nit id. ' oii lt. h . sinilil- Met od and
pe;-U'ct un to dat-Wnik ll'iisn ; lod C arl ot III
lntrt i reui i'-iis in hair vork ;in In w -o n-e tie
luf.1 Mimic. ! Hut vislialfili inc aid
h:tr Mini-. IK I'AHK1 d. an n'd xiiorjfttcc:
lluirdrisp n Ht hm ( nitni im vil 1, ;,t i yo
th Fr-'tich tr d A:n ri-'att svst rn i-i lo r hlu
Bni'k Hii ronibplo' a 1 1 1 ii tt uni li-i Ipi'o re
d. f-d lo i'.IIO sopn'li ir :.ri Hft i 'o ' Send
a Mac nr rr I I he Meal Co . Hon 70. M
tton C, N wYoikCity Oinl ma aw rdul
Mr. K. M. Williams, a Seiior of
eharrv rental C ilice, has returnel
'rum ne'roit, Mich., where he spent
'he summer. Mr. Williams is now
b-irk to cumple'e his course of siudies
hopiiiR that he will be successful
throughout the year's work.
Mrs Nannie Mel emoro and chil
dren of '.i;:3 Calumet avenue. Chi
cago, were called to Mursrees' oro en
account of her mother's death. V.
rmite homo she spent the day w tli
Ttev. W. II. Whitaker has just re
turned to the city and is conducting
erica nf revivals with one of the
rtaptist churches of Nashville. While
be was out of the city he was with
Rev. W. 1. Crce.- of Be'hpagJ and
llartsville, Tevn., where he waa suc
cessful in adding many converts to
Anions the visitors expected in
Nashville In the near future will he
the Itev. Tandy Mitchell, a promin
ent Sunday School worker of Ceth
paRe. Tenn. Rev. Mr. Mitchell is re
garded by the people of his com
munity as one of the leading ex
ponents of the Advanced Sunday
For i he sake of the card solict
ors an. I visitors who can not come
cat lv. the day will be divide I into four
ri'ini- n a. m. to 11 a. m.: 11 a. m.
it 1:" ) p. m ; 1:30 p. in. to 4:30 p.
m. : to ci p. in.
S.me:iiu for new depositors,
v.- vriv attractive souvenirs
!a lv cepusiters.
l'-o not wait until they are all pone,
y.ui will have prompt attention. Our
llvortisins button carries with it an
! v iae ive f'Wuie for each period,
i "be la !y s dicitors m o aaxious to
I hive the ( ilicers of the bank to grea
j iv so. - h 'in thy have invited to the
Le s.i'C to see and shake nauds with
ha Cashier and preiidetit. ritoek-
'k Hers and Diiectors will also jrreet
ni. Oo not forget our slogan, 1,000
.ev ucciiinta and ?:'3.000.UO in de
li , si's Cot. 2X 1917.
Utfore leaving the bank, lot each
person be sine to register.
WHAT OTl'lERS SAY.
zqq or sa lsiacuon ivimui iia i
that he di es not feel in .ojher Bimilar , WASHINGTON'S GROWTH CHECK-
hilaces. He is given a kind, consul- go.
I e a e. syiupatneuc Hearing;
his application lor no:p nas iibiu,- to X(),e ,0 ,,,ack aml whUe cm.
ana woruui.eis. ins
A GENEROUS OFFER TO THE
, PUiLIC. , -
The Impgo Medlclna Co. ot Nash
ville, Tenn.. makes a generous offer
to every one tn Nashville suffering
from rheumatism, headache, neural
gia, Btiff Joints, sore muscles, bruises,
sprains, lumbago, aches and pains ot;
any nature, if you will drop us a
card, or-vhone Main 1041 we will send
our demonstrator to your home or
place of business, and relieve you free
of charge in a few minutes with Impso
I liniment. Lady demonstrator for
v.omea, trea demonstrations ior men
at 520 Union street. We have several
hun.lrel testimonals from well known
Nashville people, who pronounce Imp
go liniment the most wonderful reme
dy they ever saw or heard of for giv
ins quick relief. Sixty Nashville
durggists say they find Impgo an es
ce.leat seller and giving satisfaction.
lmp,'o is now on sale in ten thousand
s to ic3, in ten different states. All
druggists 23 cents and50 cents.
Mary Lee Brown, the butterfly dan
cer and posing wonder, is at the
Empire Theater, Lynchburg, Va., this
S. II. Rudlev, with Pave Marion's i , ,-
World of Frolic combination, is un-1 Mrs. Laura Henry of Lola Alameda
derlined for the Gavety, week of street, left the city Sunday, Odo er
October 2S. Ho will be entertained 7th, to spend the winter with her
by the Boosters and Knockers on mother, Mrs. Priseilla Richardson, of
j Dickson, Tenn.
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to return my whole heart
"Dr. Beans From Boston" at the
Howard last week was a "frost," the j
first that has been put over on the fUu 0f thanks to the many friends and
usually astute manager Thomas in a neighbors of 17th and Jefferson st
long time. The mantle of charity is i Xelghborhood who was so very kind
thrown over the distressing details, i nnii attentive to me during the illness
and death of my beloved husband
Chas. H. Payne with many thanks
and may God bless you nil.
Mrs. Lizzie Payne.
Miss Marjoie Sipp, a soubrette of
talent has been painfully ill for the1
past week here. She was unable to
appear in the "Dr. Beans" produc
tion, in which she was announced as
Miss Goldie Chappelle was at Dud
ley's last week and is at the Blue
Mouse this week, with more Dudley
time to follow. She Is putting on a
tine singing act.
Carter Lockhart, house manager at
be Mid-City, has been drawn for the
I nitel States National Army and
will go with the boys to Camp Meade.
V SUCCESSFUL BANKING INSTI
The People's Saving Bank and
Trust Co., locate! at 410 Cedar street
il' hough the youngest institution of
he kind in the city, is enjoying a
incisure of prosperity which its mos
x . te V",'1
-r.. S3i 1
DR. J. B. SINGLETON
anguine friends and ardent suppor
eis did not expect within such a
ihori period of time. It is regarded
is the peiple's institution, just what
is name signifies. The poorest man,
n the humblest walks of life, feeM
in ease and contentment and a de
a e me' In a s:ric:ly businois manner.
The ollicials of this bank are piilie, j
painstakin;; and obliging: they are1
impartial in their dealijig; no cus-i
um -r . is givc i the pie.'oieace oer'
Mio:i:er bosau-e ot the color of his
skin, the io::Uue of bis hair, or bis
sanllng in the social body. le
iuso if thee manillco.it business
unlit 'o 'h;s young bank is growing
most rapidly. Its volume of busl;ie3S
s ii.cicislng daily, and its friends are
cm'iiiually multiplying am ons the
common reip'e. In the banking
wot'H the poor man's sho!;el3 c mat
as well as the large drafts an I checks
of the moi e veil hy. The officials of
juris nai'K nae leaiuei uiui. polite
ness Is like an air-cushion there may
bet nothing solid in it, but it ei-C3
the jolt wonderfully. This bank has
nearly two thousand depositors, who
feel that their money is a secure
and safe within its vaults as if it were
in Unite! States Bonds. ,The bank has
fully Eighty . Thousand Dollars ie
sources, and is well prepare! to give
Its costomers and pratrons perfect
EDWARD L. KINZER,
. -..rv- 1. & f ' . -9, 3
b w ;;V '-V'- 1
WILLIAM D. HAWKINS,
MISS MBEL VINCENT,
Mrs. Mattie Rivers a sister to Mrs.
.1. II. Minks, has been ill for the past
week at her home at 1()05. 9th Ave
v Her tiless became so alarming
that Mrs. Hinks was summoned to 1 o
bed side, but last week she was inv
The bank will he beautifully and artistically decorated for
; the occasion, Everybody is expected to make a deposit.
I Miss Lizzie Moore left the city last . btnUH. . u. u w , r. Rrl, What the smaller childi'en are
Saturday night to take up her work me bupreme uranu i.oage uue- t u 7 doin? lt vlu be an enjo.ment for old
!n .i,n vnnnn- Wnn,r.,ia christinn As- rendent Order Immaculates will as- Woodmore, Mrs. Charity Jehr, U. a. aoin? iin u ui. uu j
anu a uiuusuie iui mu
Not A Cure-AI!, But
A raielully prepared r. nibination
of valu d volatile oils. A prescrip
tion br ujilit to this ccuniry by a
native ol Jamaica ibi-re usi d buc-ce-sfully
in tlieirmary reirat()ry
diseases because of its Volatile na
ture and combating quail ics
It is easily caniiti ii to ell the air
pTSSiiiits ai d rtpiraioiy cai a's by
the simple spray. Thus it is u-ed
in all throat and lune truubbs,
which Tf dispose to Tuberculosis,
as Tunsililis, Pt Hiyni.it is. Laryn
gitis. Cruup and Diplitbiria.
It can be taken in small doses
for dbpepBia. knit ey, lv r, stom
ach, and bowel affections
txtern. J applications fur rheumatism,
burns old sores, titers and blood
INDIANS NATURE'S RfHDY
Try a Dottle, price, SO rtt.
A Bible herb grows in the WeU
Indies, can ful y prepared and
combined with i lit West Indian
vegetable sugar Mid iron a real
nature's remedy. The best rn the
maikct for a i nic ai d laxative
for conAipi.t d people and also
pains and xebts in i Le intiy biitl
Price,' ? HI.OO. Address
Dr. V. S. Ile.rron,
HiiiH 17l,h Ave., N.,
also Litice Lunc la'm. tlii: I. test
liis' ovi ry b r In d n! s-. i ot I
' u-'thii'ii n,il ici h ii p'ioi1. Giv
it n tiinl and prue it l r yonr
Si.K. I'ric, K I irrliilll.
' ' ntt.w. h. in : it icon. .
Il .08 17th Ave., N., Nashville. Trnn.
MRS. JKNN'IK ST?vATTOX
The Misres Uiwerv of Nashville
ami a number of Meliarry students
were delisbtfully entfrtaired at the
homo nf Mrs. Stratton, -tsr.n LnnRle.v
Ave.. (Iiiiago, Til.
Tlu yi.ests were entertained by
1 1 io s-rent singiir.; of little l.cnard
I Mtiise who is :i' v res idotcd in the
city ;( lion's of Chicago.
Whist and music were the features
of the evening. A two course lun
rNo in was served. The party left at
a late luntr with pleasant memories
of the hostess.
onrintion nt fit I.onis For a number ! Eemuie in us iourieenm uieninai ses'
of years. Miss Moore has been conne-t-1 sion at their hall, 4U3 Cedar stree'.,
o.i'wiih the cilv school of Nashville. ! Nashville, Tuesday November 6.h
where she has a host of friends, and
where it is reported, she made good j
in her work.
Mrs. Jno. Taylor of C07 We?t Main
street, Murfreesboro. is the tmest of
Mrs. James Burnott, 1510 Hamilton
CASH OR TERMS.
Modern Drug Store. Location In
peach center, will give commission
for public sale at once as I am
drafted for army service. Address
Box 5:1, Henry Jordan, Jr., Mgr. Ft.
promptly at 10 o'clock a. ni. Dele
gates from all over the country are ex
pec; el to be on hand. It is said that
iasbvilles Negro civic organizations
aie planning to give the fraternity a
rousing leception. Prominent citizens
will take part in seeing that the (
representatives have a pleasant stay
in ihe capital city.
Dr. J. W. Whitfield, G. Master of j
Tennessee, with his Staff and the Lo- j
cal Lodges and Courts will receive the
visiting delegates. Dr. V. T. Strong,
Supreme Grand Master, of Jackson,
Miss., will open the Supreme Grand
Lodge and appoint all committees. At
2:30, the Supreme Session will re
assemble to hear the Supreme Mas
eies Biennial Address, and Reports
from other Supreme Officers and Com
mittees. At 8 o'clock the Grand Re
ception will be held at the Lee Ave.,
Christian Church where the Follow
ing program will be observed:
Music Lee Avenue Christian
Invocation Rev. C. H. Williams.
Music Lee Avenue Choir,
Ezcll. Mrs. S. J. Carter.
Arrangements R. C. Thomas, Sam j
Polk, Mr. Walker, W. II. Douglas, j
Jame3 Anderson, Morgan Allison, C.
C. Wells, Houston Garrett, Mrs. Jose
phine Nicholson, Mrs. Delia Ewing.
Vroiivumme. Summerlield Brown,
Mrs. S. J. Carter, Dr. L. A. Bowman,
Dr. J. B. Singleton, Mrs. M. B.
INSURED FROM CONCRESS SEC
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Twentieth Sunday after Trinity.
RUly Dav service at 11 a. m.
Lessons Eph. 5:15-11. St. Matt.
Early services and meditation on
'God's Care of the Poor."
Vesner service-and sermon on "The
Daphne, Ala. Tho woman's Guild service was
Dear Mr. Boyd: s weu attended and a very beautiful
"Permit me tn sav to yoy that ourjand helpui program rendered The
ay school has grown wonderfu:- puullc t3 invited to attend the rally
ly, more thaa aui...d itself since gerviac. Fine program,
you were here in August and deliver-1
ed the address on "Front line Sun-j , .
day Schools" before the Eastern Shore ' f
Association in this place. Our Sun- ,,.,r CUT
day school workers. who were in at- h'lHifK VI 1 lAIYlO OlMJ"
ailU, U r.n.,,l f,f tlin rintiirn nf thn Rk'ht
has merit,''. . . , ... ,,,.,,, ,, wmi riti.
business wants j . , .,, nio,rl, f rnillnl,
bia. Weabhy Citizens
Washington, D. C. Oct. 1G. Wash
tn'rum, the Capital of the Nation, still
clamors for tho right '-of suffrage.
Years ago, the franchise was tai,ei
a., a fifin v.hl o cUb.e is so as to do
te, p.-'o colore 1 ci'ireas of the right to
vole, but like all such inpustices this
2 .'minatii.n a;ainst culorel citi
;e:is has reached, and it is now White
Washington which is clamoring loud
est for a re'urn to the Days of Sut- '
frage. Tho Washington (D. C.) Times,
s most vehcu.e.it in seeking to hie
:his injustice undone. It compares
c mditions in Washington with Paris,
capital of tl.e French nation, and says:
The city or Paris although some
' ;:e.itlemcn from the middle Wett
i u't know itis a temperate city, far
more temperate, for instance, than
he avnra'-'e prohibition city ot the
V nit el States. In Paris they have
oinpe.an(and NOT prohibition. And
thev have visitors from all over the
i world that spend tens of millions au-
nua'W, and contribu'e to the vast
wealth of Paris. If Paris were like
Vv'ashington, a voteless city, and a
c,reup of Congiessmen, Indifferent io
, 'be rights and tire inte-ests of hun
1 dre Is of thousands of citizens should
1 make Paris a prohibition city, as Con-
. , ,. V, ! 1, , 1 n
Tre'jS is aliout io mane u. ijiuuiuiuuu
aPy of Washington, what do you th nk
would happen to Paris? . What would
bes.-me of tho prosperity of that-city,
of jts throng of visitors from all over
tho world? Prohibition would affect
I raris as the war affects her now put
ting a damper on gayety, on travel
and on prosperity.
prohibition will affect wasnington
as it would affect Paris if the Paris
ians were unfortuna'e enougn io nve
i-i a city where they had no vo'e.
Washington will ba checked in its
srowth by prohibition, which will
make of the Nation's Capital a mid
dle West dreary prohibition example,
ruled bv well meinlng and ignormt
prohibitionists. Washington with a
sare government, freo from fana'ie
isin. would Inevitably become the great
venter of wealth and social life in
'he United Sta'es. More and mire-well-to-do
would 'come here to live,
bringing with them the spending ot
enl'h nnd the creation of prosperity.
More and more would increase the
m,,o of thn land in this city, the
building of magnificent house, the pos
sibility of just and reasonable taxa
tion, revenues consantly Inceaslng"
without hardship, because of the ever
growing influx of wealthy citi-ens
and all to Washington's advantage.
But weal'h Is NOT prohibitionist.
Ice water is not the beverage of the
successful man prohibition "facts
to the contrary notwithstanding. It
is not l"e wa'er that gave his fortune
to J. Pie-pont Morgan, aitnougu,
the doctors pointed out, it was TOO
MUCH ico wa'er that killed E. II.
Harriman before his time. There
mnv be, thee evidently are, American
citizens that cannot trust themsep-es
far from 'the ice wa'er cities. But
those are not tho success uu-mibu
of America or of the world.
They are not those that, ir permit
ted, woull, and Willi mane wasmus-
ton the city of wealth ana prosperity
that It ought to be.
tendance in large numbers, and who
had been invited to hear you, went
away inspired to do greater work.
"I do not know of any address or
sermon that has put so much life and
energy into our workers. Our super
intendent, and teachers began the very
Welpnmn Artflroaa nn hphnlf nf tho llCXt Sunday tO follOW yOUr advice.
seeJi Big Vaudeville Acts
Churches and Fraternal Organizations
of the City Rev. Preston Talyor,
Pastor ot Lee Ave. Christian Church.
Welcome on bchalt of the Lodges
Bro. E. L. Kinzer.
Response Bro. J. M. H. Smith of
Kansas City, Mo.
Welcome on behalf of the Courts
and Gems of Nashville and Jurlsdic-i
They drank deep from the well of your
experience. If your lecture effect
fRS. Etc. he.
(Con from Page 1.)
at the offlce-s' training camp at De
Moines, Iowa, after a program over
a .,,ila aceprted Chris.
one nunuicu ,
MUs Geieva teaaer, i-au- --
other communities and schools as it premier soloist a .with ""
has etlectel ana inspired ours, me. miss ceuu" - -- - . .
' .ill- '. . i,o mm class of cone, aon and misunuersianaing.
lime Will uoi ub mr uinaiu nuoil UC1I1B - , h.
LllIlO Will I1UL UD 1 ti 1 Unmuv ,, uw. uuiug --- . . .
thore will be "Front line Sunday young ladles who, riCniy
B. Lewis, G. T.
At Hie IU.J0U THE ATMS every week
All new ucls vrry Mond.n. ( liniiSe of vmuleville
progrtiiu on Moniliiy, Wlnsily and Friday.
Admission, 'i'lTiZiS Cents.
Other prominent speakers will be
canej uu uuruig me evuuiug.
Dr. A. L. Whittaker, D. D. S., Mas
ter of Ceremonies. The public is cor
Wednesday Morning November 7th
school" all over this broad land and
"Continue the work that you are
doing , Your reward is sure. I trust
that I may be able to attend the ses
sion of the Sunday School Congress
J5 I'Vutnring lio :t. Vai wi' It.Hiid
J?1! CiKfMldkU a lliiM'lilv cub ri-d ihrxlrxm Him
HltVJill.n ,, .. -hnminll tlill tlUl
n: 1 1 ..m s.v'm:!:iiav. ocrr. ui 27i.
AdmioQ 'on,'.. - - - lOcts.
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"Woman -and Wine"
N F XT ' 'I'D Its II A V ONLY
I ST. LUKE A. M. E. CHURCH.
At St. Luke A. M. E. Church on
I the third Sunday, October 21, 1917,
will be a erand closins dollar money
The Session will be called to order , rany for the purpose of making the
by Dr. W. T. Strong, S. Master, at i reports round for the annual confer
9 o'clock, at the I. O. I. Hall. The ence. Some of the able and noted
regular routine of business will be speakers of tho day are Rev. S. S.
resumed. IPae and Rev. A. M. Maury of Cor-
Thursday MorningNovember 8ji!nnthina Church, Hon. A. N. Johnson,
At 9 o'clock the Supreme Lodge will v:f" hs ? VnllTl-
reassemble for resular routine work. v"r ShV ", Ie,,tJ 'p ,7n'
., ,,m , ty, ,.. m- Jas. K. Childress is doing all he can
,1 i0!, i "a 1 t f !h I n l rai3e hl3 "fenee claims. Every
I p ihiiALHHnn rLd 'uroh m.mber and MOM Is cordial
I. Hall, a Public Installation of Grand attend. The sisters of
and fric:ids will be tendeied by tho
Local Lod:,rc3 and Courts. Music by
tho I. 0. I Brass Band. Delegates
veering IUuhjcs Admitted Free.
The Following Committees Are in
' '" ' Charge.
necention.Dro. S. P. Toney and
K. Kir'bv is plmnins tor .Tuesday
rttij'nt. an entertainment ' known ns
the "Meek Wedding," The bride
and groom both- being veryt
small children. ' The ' bride be
ins MWs Claudio AT. Totty the beau
tiful little daughter of Mr. and -Mrs..
Mrs. I. E. Dowell, District Deputies, 'Edward' Tottv of 4na Avenue ana
Mrs. J. A. Lester, S. M. JB. Q, Mes-, groom being little Nathaniel Horten,
"with musical talents, pours oui ine
music of her soul to ChrisUan za th-
W 9Miss Walton, contralto, continued r
favorite. Mlss'Currln, soprani, ever
a star; i Miss White, a mistress oi
piano technique. The young men
Mes-rs. Jones. Gilbert, V.'i liams an
Williams, were potent factors.
Mrs. Townsend's compliments tot
her skillful train'nt; ani intert-retatio
veer rr&ny. The tour ended li Mem
phis, whi h carried off the honors for
iii, Mo-p-esr p.rflwd of the season.
That the people appreciate the
work of Pres'dent Towigend, caller',
by manv the ' Boy President," oa ac
count of hU age, was shown la a do
nation of $500 (Ave hundred dallrs
by Mr. Thenphllus Boad of Mad'son.
Ark., a weal hy plaater and praduatt
of Roger. Mr Bond certainly ha'
not, as some others, fcrg:tten hi
Tho success of the trip is due Mrs
A. M. Towhsend, whosa n a-iagme t
nnd keen appreciation of shifting c'r
cumstrtnees and londit'ons and sicr!
fico3 vers u stinted tor: Roger. Al
the singers are down to study, - Grea'
history for the sch ;ol n a le. Man
nov Btudonts'. Roger In CLiss "A"
'standing. President Townsend Binib
tnrr fihe one he never lo 3). Thus
Roger.. Williams is. opened for another
. NATIONAL NEWS NOTES.
Ffi-lef Bits of News and Comments
On l'en and Measures.
NECRO SELECTIVES WARMLY
WELCOMED AT ATLANTA.
Atlanta, Ceirgia, Oct. 16. Some
parts of the Sou'h may be opposed
to the Negro Soldier, but Atlanta
located in the heart of the South,
gave as warm and as cordial a wel
cmie to the Negro draft men as lt
lid to its white draft men whei tney
be?an to arrive last week. The At
lanta Constitution calls attention on
its first page to the arrangements
made for thercception of the colored
men, and to the camp activities for
their enjoyment which are being or
ganized. The Constitution says that
these camp activities for colored men
will vary in no way from those or
ganized for the white selectmen. Every -
effort will be made to minimize frio-
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