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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 12. 1918.
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Cheap home-made beauty lotion
to bleach the skin
"COMMITTEE OF ONE HUNDRED"
Expansion of List of Speakers to
Present the War Aims of the
Government to the Colored People
of the United States from 60 to
Representatives of Every Notable
Group of the Negro Race to Take
Active Part in Approaching
Campaign of Education.
Dr. W. W. Lucas, General Officer,
M. E. Church, Meridian, Miss.
A RENEWED IMPETl'S TO NEGRO
At the cost of a small jar of ordinM
eold cream one can prepare a full quar
ter pint of the most wonderful lemon
skin whitener and complexion beautitier,
by 8fl,uecxing the juice of two fresh lem
ons into a bottle containing three ounces
of orchard white. Care uliould be taken
to strain the juice through a fine cloth
so no lemon pulp gets in, then this lo
tion will keep fresh for months. Every
woman knows thnt lemon juice is n-t.l
to bleach a darkened skin.
Just try it! Get three oiiiu't- 'i
orchard white at any drug store ;::l
two lemons from the grocer n'ld mike up
a quarter pint of this sweetly iragrsi'it
lemon lotion and massage it il''! '.'
the face, neck, amis and lmn- 1-
Washtngton, D. C, July 10 The
War Department and the Committee
on Public information announce
through the office of Emmett J. Scott,
Special Assistant to the Secretary of
War, the expansion of the list of
speakers to present the war aims of
the Government to the colored peo
ple of the United States from sixty
(60) to one hundred (100).
Hereafter this group will be known
as the "COMMITTEE OF ONE HUN
DRED," and will be found active In
the approaching campaign of educa
tion, planned to cover every com
munity in the country, where colored
people abide In appreciable numbers.
They represent every notable element
of the race and will doubtless exert
a potent Influence in enlightening
the colored people as to their duty
toward the Government and point
ing out to them in a definite and
practical way how they may be of the
greatest service to the nation In the
winning of the present struggle for
liberty and democracy.
The following well-known men
constitute the additions to the list
ADDITIONS TO THE LIST OF
Bishop Ren jam In F. Lee, Senior
Bishop of the A. M. E. Church, Wil
Bishop Charles Henry Phillips,
Bishop of the Colored M. E. Church,
Bishop John R. Hurst, Bishop of
the A. M. E. Church, Baltimore, Md.
Dr. Henry L. Phillips, Archdeacon
,Of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
Prof. W. S. Scarborough, President
of Wilberforce University, Wilber
William Steward, Editor The
American Baptist, Louisville, Ky.
Rev. John Albert Williams, Editor
The Monitor, Omaha, Nebraska.
Mr. John C. Dancy, Secretary
Church Extension Board, A. M. E.
Zlon Church, Washington, D. C.
Dr. James S. Russell, President St.
Paul Normal and Industrial Institute,
Mr. I. Garland Penn, Correspond
ing Secretary Freedmen's Aid Society,
M. E. Church, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. John Mitchell, Jr., Editor The
Plannet, Richmond, Va.
Mr. Samuel W. Green. Grand Chan
cellor, Knights of Pythians, New
Dr. M. W. Dogan, President Wiley
University, Marshall Texas.
Prof. William Pickens, Vice Presi
dent of Morgan College, Baltimore,
Mr. John H. Murphy, Editor The
Afro-American, Baltimore, Md.
Mr. George L. Knox, Publishev
The Freeman. Indianapolis, Ind.
Mr. A. E. Manning, Editor The
World, Indianapolis, Ind.
Dr. Sumner A. Furniss, Member
Citv Council, Indianapolis, Ind.
Mr. Armond W. Scott. Grand Ex
alted Ruler, Order of Elks, Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. E. M. Hewlett, Attorney at
Law, Washington, D. C.
Mr. Henry Lasslter, 1215 17th St.,
Washington, D. C.
Mr. R. L. Smith, President Farm
ers Improvement Society, Waco,
Tex n s
Mr. Walter J. Singleton, President
Mu-So-Lit Club, Washington, O. C.
Mr. W. P. Kemp, Editor The Lead
er, Detroit, Mich.
Mr. W. E. Mollison, Attorney at
Law, Chicago, 111.
Mr. J. Gray Lucas, Attorney at
Low, Chicago, 111.
Mr. Charles H. Anderson, Presi
dent Anderson & Company Bankers,
Mr. George A. Myers, Cleveland,
Mr. William Warley. Editor The
Louisville, News, Louisville, Ky.
Mr. William T. Francis, Attorney
at Law, St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. A. E. Meyzeek, Principal Col
ored Normal School, Louisville, Ky.
Mr. Henry Lincoln Johnson, At
torney at Law, Atlanta, Ga.
Rev. J. Francis Robinson, Field
Secretary of National Baptist Con
vention (Incorporated), Chicago, 111.
Mr. James J. Manuel, Office of Aud
itor of State, Denver, Colo.
Mr. R. B. Hudson, Secretary Na
tional BaptiBt Convention (Incor
porated), Selraa, Ala.
Mr. Clarence W. Allen, President
Press Publishing Company, Mobile,
Dr. A. F. Owens, Dean Theological
Department, Selma University, Sel
Dr. E. T. Belsaw, Secretary Exe
cutive Board, National Medical As
sociation, Mobile, Ala.
Dr. Byrd Prillerman, President,
West Virginia Collegiate Institute,
Institute, West Va.
Mr. Roscoe Conkling Bruce, As
sistant Superintendent Public Schools
Washington, D. C.
Dr. Richard Carroll, Columbia, S.
Mr. T. Thomas Fortune, Secretary
State Migrant Welfare Commission,
Trenton, N. J.
Mr. Robert L. Vann, Editor The
Courier and Assistant City Solicitor,
Zones of activity have been worked
out and It is expected that speakers
will accept assignments as near their
homes as possible to avoid the expense
incident to lone Journeys. Except in
special cases, expenses connected 11 to whiten a dark 9'
with speaking appointments snoum
be borne by the local auspices under
which the speakers appear
The loyalty of the 12,000,000 Ne,
groes of America is not doubted, but
it is believed that their natural pat
riotism will be stirred anew and
their helpful activities will be given
a livelier impetus through the elo
quent reminders voiced by leaders of
thought and opinion who enjoy In
the fullest measure their confidence
DEATH OF MAJ. GEORGE HALL
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Among the well known Nashville
people who met their death in the
catastrophe on the N. C. and St. L.
Railroad on Dutchman's Grade, seven
and one-half miles from Nashville,
was Maj. George Hall, of the Uniform
Rank, Knights of Pythias, who was
on the outbound train. Hundreds of
people of Nashville were acquainted
With Maj. Hall, who was regarded as
one of the most popular men of the
fraternal circles. His record in
bringing the Uniform Rank from ob
scurlty to a national importance
placed him in high esteem. It was
at St. Louis, Mo., last August, during
the. Supreme Encampment that he
distinguished himself as a tactician
in military art. But for more than
fifteen years his great attention to
the development of the Uniform
Rank has attracted wide spread at
tention. His family is also well
known, as he had a daughter to grad
uate from the High School only this
past year. While not born in Nash
ville, he has lived in the city for a
number of years and had been in the
employ of the N. C. and St. L. Rail
road for a considerable length of
The latter two white men were
only slightly Injured and will re
cover. At Shoffner Hospital.
LIge McClannahan, Caruthers, Mo.,
slightly injured; notify James H.
Denning, East Ferry, Mo.
J. W. Smith, Cort City, Texas,
Mrs. Mollie Mays, Kingston
Arbel Beck, Kingston Springs.
WELL SERVEIHIl COUNTRY.
(Continued from page 1.)
James Henry Mallory, 3016 Locust
James Gaunt, 807 19th avenue,
Clarence William LaPrade, 1206
George Washington Mayberry, 3216
Indiana avenue, third apartment, Cht
Solomon Lewis, Jr., 1726 Uslman
Nathan Yeargin, 903 Fourteenth
Albert Hanna, 908 Blank street
Samuel Thomaa Brooks, Logan
House. AHoona, Fla.
William Alonxo Stevens, 2819 Tal
Arthur Davis, Crystal, Mo.
Simon Webster, 2414 Merry street.
Edward Leo Whittaker, 2028 Jefter
James Montgomery, 1712 Jefferson
Arthur Thomas, 1813 Sixth avenue,
Er1'n Gouglas, Jr., 1178 Lawrence
street, Lowell, Mass.
Russell Williams, 917 Pearl street.
James Albert Jones, 2505 West End
Andrew Lewis, 1729 Scovel street.
Charles Porch, 1413 Jackson street.
Arthur Nichols. 2S07 West Hill Bt.
Frank. Weatherford. 509 Seventh
Lee Skinner, 1022 Sixth avenue,
Porter Graves, 537 South Thirty
seventh street, Louisville, Ky.
Wade Bragg, 1921 Herman street.
Erkin Lowe, 212 Fifth avenue, N.
Elmore Valentine, 1120 Third ave
,Oscar Payton, 1613 Scovel street
Joseph Webster, Jr., 1503 Grant St.
Harry Clay Woodard, 904 Twenty
ninth avenue north.
Chanes William Toung, 4626 Long
ley avenue, Chicago, 111.
Thomas Herbert Adams, Bethpage,
Tenn., Route 4, Box 71.
Albert Armstrong, 903 CI ft on ave
nue. Norman Ernest Jackson, 360- Twenty-fourth
Walter Johnson Dungey, 1037 21st
avenue, north. .
Vernon 'Kimble, 203 Twenty-third
avenue, north. -Stanley
Brown, 1613 Jackson street
Robert White, 932 Twelfth avenue,
Clarence Jesse Ross, 119 Twelfth
Andrew King, 30 Winder street, Ho
tel Edwards, Detroit, Mich.
Robert Johnson, 1022 Seventh ave
Jesse Hlbbett, 604 Forty-finst ave
Blonzo Milton Normanv 1024 West
Green Street Louisville, Ky.
Stewart Richardson, Federal Chemi
cal 1 quarters.
Robert Osburn, 121 Seventh avenue,
north, ' "-"1
OUle Martin, 505 Ninth avenue, N.
Henry Wallace, 1304 Hampton St
Andrew Thomas, 949 Rampart St
Bennie Sparrow, care Frisco Show.
Cincinnati Bill Board, Cincinnati, O.
Felix A. Duncan, care Harris Brick
Co., Zanesvllle, Ohio. - -
A. & I. STATE NORMAL TEACHERS
TO VIEW ART EXHIBIT SATUR
DAY AT CENTENNIAL PARK.
The Park Commissioners, In com
pliance with the request of Dr. J. T.
Phillips, has extended an imitation
to Pres. W. J. Hale and the 600
teachers to view the Art Exhbiit Sat
urday, July 13th, at the Parthenon
in Centennial Park. The hours are
from 10 a. m., to 8 p. m. The local
colored people who are especially In
terested in art are also Invited and
it is understood a large number will
.visit the Art Gal'ery. It is stated
authoritatively tha' tho co'lction of
paintings Is the most artistic and
elaborafe ever displayed In Nashville
and the teachers are looking forward
to their visit with pleasant and pro
121 PEOPLE KILLED IN WRECK.
(Continued from page 1.)
Joe Hammond, city.
Frank Hammond, city.
W. M. Ferris, Sr., West Nashville
Robert Long, son of Lieut. Long of
the Nashville police.
John T. Whitfield. Boscobel St.
R. C. Tlmmons, Brentwood, Tenn.
rodman In employ of N., C. and St
L. Ry. Co.
S. J. Vaughn, Greenville, S. C.
Wm. F. Floyd, engineer on train
No. 4. 904 Russell St.
Tom Kelley, 603 Sixteenth Ave.,
fireman No. 4.
Dave C. Kennedy, engineer No. 1,
6 Aberdeen apartments.
Luther L. Meadows, fireman No. 1,
Milton Lowenstein, salesman for
and nephew of L. Jonas.
Tim Dickinson, baggage master
John H. Peebles, engineer, N. C.
and St. L. Ry.
W. Johnson, Silver Lake, Tenn.
F. E. Pell. Y. M. C. A.
Melville Chadwoll, Seventeenth St.
and Chadwell avenue, mall clerk.
Lige McClanahan, Caruthersville.
John Reed, Jackson, Tenn.
Douglass T. Bates, Centerville,
W. W. Lawrence, address unknown.
F. T. Payne, Nashville.
W. A. Schameron, Jackson, Tenn.
Mr. Mayes, Kingston, Tenn.
Alexander H. Ash, address un
THE MISSIONARY BAPTISTS OF THE CITY and VICINITY
FOR RENT or LEASE
Mr. Chris j. Perry, President Na- j Store Room. llaVls, Office
tional Negro Press Association, Phil
Dr. R. S. Wilkinson, President,
Normal Industrial and Mechanical
College, Orangeburg, S. C.
Mr. JaTnes A. Ross, Publisher, Buf
falo, New York.
Uonnis, Livioi Rooms
Central Portioo of City
Repairs to Suit Tenants
Ed Williams, Memphis.
Otto Wolfe, 757 Demonbreun.
William Knoch, 1509 Beechwood
Ave., Western Union Telegraph op
W. B. Harris, Covington.
J. T. Armer, Trentcr.
Louis Woods, Marvell, Ark.
S. J. Vaughn, Dukedom, Tenn.
J. T. Whittaker, Paducah, Ky.
John T. Nolan, Nashville.
An unidentified soldier, address un
Floyd Richards, U. S. N., Newbern.
N. M. Vanderbrook, U. S. N.,
W. M. Winstead.
Thomas W. Dickerson, baggage
man on No. 4.
John P. Hussey, U. S. Marine, Ulln.
Two unidentified dead.
Oliver Peck, Craggle Hope, Tenn.
Marshall White, Pegram, Tenn.
Unidentified woman, 40 years old.
Bess Dunn, Kingston Springs.
Susan Miller, 1513 Hawkins Street.
George Hall, train porter, Nash
Matt Wilson, Nashville.
George Turner, Burns, Tenn.
J. B. Murphy, Kingston Springs,
John Reid, Jackson, Tenn.
Joe Morse, address not known.
Lem Hudson, Memphis.
Hubert Freellng, Newsom Station.
Arbel Beck, Kingston Springs,
Roger Stone, Whitlock, Tenn.
W. Ernest Beck, Kingston Springs.
Andy Robinson, N. C. & St. L.
J. J. Hall, 1616 Jackson St, Nash
ville. Nine unidentified women.
Allen, Memphis, Tenn.
Thirty unidentified men.
At City Hospital.
Albert Jones, colored, Cable Ave.,
near fair grounds, Memphis.
Richard Crawford, colored, Mem
phis, 1117 Kentucky Ave.
Dave MoKInnev, colored, 108 E.
Carolina Street, Memphis.
Albert Woods, colored, 67 Adams
Warner Price, colored, Scott and
Howard Streets, Memphis.
Cash, colored, race track,
Clarence Rose, 142 Monteverde St.,
W. B. Yater, 183 Jackson Ave.,
Thos. Carney, colored, Pegram's
Wiley Pope, colored, rear 150 S.
Third St., Memphis.
Arthur Kuykendale, colored, Mem
Ben Allen, colored, Second Avenae,
Station E., Memphis.
Goodie Mason, colored, 636 King
Matthew White, 903 South Fourth
Willie Perkins, Colored, Moscow,
Wiley Hill, 342 Callahan Street,
Willie Lee, 209 North Front St.,
John Parlow, 913 Thompson St.,
F. M. Glascow, Dresden, Tenn.
Matthew Tole, colored, unable to
Mary Lee Griffin, 290 North Front
Bertha Spriggs, 420 South Second
Annie Brooks, colored, Memphis.
Ad Lee Thomas, colored.
Ed WilllamB, colored.
Gus Todd, colored.
George Phillips, colored.
Ellis Harris, colored.
James Charlton, colored.
Van Davis, colored.
Arthur Faulkner, colored.
John Moore, colored.
Chris Robertson, colored.
John Moulton, colored.
Bennie Griffin, colored.
Reedy Hall, colored.
Layman Whlttllow, Memphis.
John Davis, Viadoha, La.
J. W. Smith, Cort City, Texas,
Mrs.' Mollie Mays, Kingston
Springs, slightly Injured.
At Vanderbllt Hospital.
A large number of the injured were
also taken to Vanderbllt Hospital.
At the latter place, Ed WtlliamB, col
ored, 160 Commerce Street, Mem
phis, died shortly after his arrival.
A list of the injured follows: '
DeWItt CaBh, colored, 945 Wat
kins Street, Memphis.
Thos. Lampkln, Earl, Ark.
Callor Walker, coloredr Kingston
Luke Graham, Kingston Springs,
Lem McKlnney, Monroe, La.
Roy Dallas, Little Rock, Ark.
AVarren Mitchell, Memphis.
John Kilbreath, colored, Memphis.
Anthony Gillette, Memphis.
Lucy Wamack, colored, Argenta,
Robert Foster, residence unknown.
R. A. Davis, Hickman, Ky. .
A. C. MuBsey, Altoona, Pa.
1 1 will celebrate 11
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TUE THEOLOGICAL AND TR WNING SEMINARY
All rouds lead to the National Itapt-st Seminary
DR. R. II. BOYD,
The Gr at Old Pioneer wbom bod n4
10 Jie the Nefro Baet 1 tbie lohool
Let us all pull steadily together
The pastors of the city have agreed with the members of the Educational Board to select this day and date as the time
when Baptists and ministers from everywhere throughout the city and state will be called upon and expected to be present
and take an active part in our Educational Rally and Gospel Jubilee that will be held for the benefit of the great Natinal
School. Bro. Pastors, Ministers, Sisters and Brothers, we have named this Nashville Day and that of itself means much to youv
It is therefore imperative that you be at this great religious meeting for your representation and honor as a Baptist de-"
nomination are at stake. Don't allow yourself to make a failure by permitting something false to get in your way and
keep you from this meeting. We must not permit the lord's Banner to trail in the dust nor the staff to even touch the
ground, but we must hold it high so man may read the inscription there upon, One Lord, One Faith, and One Baptism
as he runs. Great preparations are being mapped out so as to have one of the greatest meetings ever held in Nashville,
Tour pastor is on the program, come and hear him speak.. .All Baptist Churches and pastors are asked to dispense with their
services at the church at 11 o'clock and be at the Educational Rally which will be held on the Campus and in the buddings
of the National Baptist Theological and Training Seminary which will begin at 11 o'clock a. m. sharp.
The following pastors have agreed to close down their services at their churches at
1 1 o'clock and have their members and congregation present at the Seminary:
St. John Baptist Church Dr. W. H. Whittaker, pastor
Pleasant Green Baptist Church : Dr. J. C. Fields, pastor
Mt. Olive Baptist Church ; . Dr. C. H. Clark, pastor
Third Avenue Baptist Church ; ... .Dr. J. I. Harding, pastor
North Sixth Street Baptist Church ". .... .Dr. J. T. TunstiU, pastor
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church .....Dr. W. A. Porter, pastor
.Mt. Zion Baptist Church .Dr. J. A. Brown, pafftor
Tabernacle Baptist Church Dr. H. M. Burns, pastor.
We also ask (he following pastors and churches (o join in (he agreement of
the ahove named pastors and chnrches. .V
Second Baptist Church .Dr. G. B. Taylor, pastor
New Hope Baptist Church .Dr. J. C. Harding, pastor
Eighth Street Baptist Church : .Dr. J; N. 0. Alexander, pastor
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church .Dr. H. A. Alfred, pastor
First Baptist Church, East Nashville .Dr. W. S. Ellington, pastor
North First Street ......Dr. S. S. Stuberfield, pastor
Mt. Bethel Dr. D. A. Weakley, pastor
Shiloh Baptist Church Dr. C. C. Roland, pastor
Pilgrim Emanual Baptist Church Dr. A. Phillips, pastor
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church Dr. N. T. Stoner, pastor
Ewing Avenue Baptist Church .r. .......Dr. E. A. Alexander, pastor
Hopewell Baptist Church .Rev, J. Moore, pastor
With the Women's City Union all B. Y. P. U.'s and Sunday schools. This mighty Baptist army-extennds a cordial invi
tation to each and every one of the citizens of the city of Nashville to be present with us on that day and help ns raise
money for our much needed school. - . .. " ' , '
Among the number who are expected to be present from other cities are Rev. C. H. Evans, WmrMcCord, Rev. T. A.
- Brown, Dr. A. C. Kennon and Mrs. D. A. Ferguson of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Dr. J. A. Moore and W. M. Taylor of Clarksville;
Dr. P. D. Dennis of Guthrie, Ky., and others. Dr. C. H. Clark will preach at 11 o'clock. Short talks by the different
pastors. Musio will be furnished by the one hundred voice choir under the direction of Prof H. B. P. Johnson, National
Musio Director. - , ' ' ,
Each church and worker will take his collection. Announcements and benediction. Reassemble at 1:30 p. m.
Devotionals and praise meeting. Music by choirs. Sermon by Dr. W. S. Ellington. Short talks by Dr. R. H. Boyd and
the many pastors and Christian workers. The big educational rally will be pulled off at 4:30 p. m. At this hour each
church and worker is called upon to do their very best financially. Benediction. You will be shown through each
building and Bee for yonrself what a splendid piece of property yon have. . . '
. DR. J. L. HARDING, Educational &xretaiy. . ! U", ?
DR. H. ML BURNS, Master or Ceremonies, at 7th st.f s Mocks south'.