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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER G, 1918.
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The Misses " Sadie and Evelyne
Couch, Mary Ellis and Alma Robin
son entertained at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Irby Robinson on 1034
9th Avenue, North, Aug. 27, 1918.
iDaifeing waas the main feature of
the evening. Jlr George Lee presid
ed at the piano.
A delicious two' course menu was
The following guests were present
Misses Mancle Flzer, Josephine Bush,
Volinda Adams, Francis Brooks, Ha
zel Hyde, Axgathi Peaks, Hattie B.
Ester, Elizabeth Tenon, Grace Fan-
sit, Birdie Robb, Mrs. E. Adams, Mrs.
iMiaggie Pillows, Mr. Mliller Oden,
John Anderson, Eddie Bridgeport,
Geo. Arteway, Doyle Irving, James
Watklns, E. Dodson, H. Swansf n,
John Boyd, H. (MioFatherland, Will
ueDerry, h. DeDerry, Jas. Ellis, Al-
ponso Baker, Clarence Seay, V.
couch, E. Hartsford, W. Sharp, Joe
Dobbins, Rufus Jamison.
On Saturday evening, August 31,
tne well anointed home of Mrs. J B
Singleton, 1116 Jefferson street pre
sented a picture o rexcepClonal beauty
when she entertained In honor of her
sister Mrs. W. S. Crosby of Ft. Worth.
Texas, who has been her guest dur
ing tne summer.
An Ice course was served, the col
or scheme being pink and whiite. The
following guests called during the
iMesdames Bostic. Grant Frierson
Baker, Bandy, A. B. Berry, E. L. Bat-
lie, j.p. Crawford, L. Landers. Gree
ory, WiLson, Minnie D. Smith of Chi
cago, ill., S. P. Harris, Hall, Vassar,
MCGavock, J. v. Piorce. Clark. I T.
Moore, R. B. Richardson, Dawson, H.
A. Boyd, M. E. Bryant, A. D. Hurt, W.
D. Hawkins, A. O. Kenney, Bessie
Harris, of Indianapolis, Ind., E. M.
Grisham, M. A. Young, Cornell Ew
Ing, Lettie Johnson, S. L. McDowell,
J. C. Lee, G. W. Johnson, Misses Kirk
of Memphis, Tenn., Lillian Iixon,
Ruth Bandy, Evelyn Green, M. C.
Grisham, J. L. Terry, Roberta Walker.
Mrs Crosby having been the recipi
ent of, many social courtssies during
her visit, left the city Monday night
for Little Rock, Ark., where she wl'll
npend a 'week berore returning to Ft
MR. AND MRS. CH'AS. PRICE AND
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Price and
daughter have returned to Nashville
after visiting their son and brother
at Camp Zackary Taylor "in Louis
ville, Ky. They spent Saturday
afternoon with him. While there
they were' the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Albert Taylor, 918 12th St., S. They
expressed themselves as having a
Very enjoyable trip.
SPENDING THE SUMMER IN TUL
LAHOMA Mrs. Chas. Patterson, Mrs. W. B.
Davis and son, of Chattanooga have
spent most of the summer in Tulla
homa, with their sister and brother-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Jones. Each
has gained several pounds from this
real rest and quiet, together with ihn
goou water that this place afforU
Dr. Jones has been practicing in Tul
lahoma about a year, he has made
good and is .getting along exceeding
ly we. I.
MISS SCOTT IN THE CITY.
Miss Anita B. Scott, daughter of
Biskhop I. B. Scott, is in the city
for a few days,, having just returned
from Chicago ( wherev she has been
taking 'special work in Chicago Uni
versity. While In Chicago, she also
spent 10 days at Hull House 'as the
guest of Miss aJne Adams. She will
go from here to her school work In
the Birmingham district.
MOTERED FROM BIRMINGHAM,
ALA, 'TO THE CITY.
Dr. Wm. P. Saunders and his wife
-who was formerly Miss Mable Scott
of this city accompained by Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Johnson motored from
their home in Birmingham to Nash
ville .this past week and are spend
ing their vacation here. They are
all pictures of health and report hav
"ing enjoyed their trip very much and
feel much relieved to get away from
work for a few days. Dr. Saunders,
who is a graduate of Meharry, is one
of the leading physicians of Birming
ham, and Dr. Johnson is the leading
dentist there. They express them
selves as being very glad to see their
Alma Mater and their many friends
here and the many tide works of
prosperity. Dr. Saunders has been
recently elected Chairman of the
Fourth Liberty Loan Committee
among colored people in Birmingham,
and is a four-minute man, as is also
. Dr. Johnson. The genial copules are
staying with Bishop I B. Scott, the
father of Mrs. Saunders, while in
DR. WENDELL CALLED TO THE
Dr. Tyler Wendell of Lexington,
Ky., was called to the city Sunday to
attend the bedside of his mother,
Mrs. Clara Wendell, who was quite
ill, but is much Improved at this
writing. Dr. Wendell returned home
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TOUR-
; .. 1ST CLUB.
The B. T. W. T. Club with a num
ber of invited friends gave a delight
ful outing at beautiful Hadley Park
in honor of the first anniversary of
the club. Each member expressed
thmeselves as having spent a year
of pleasure and peace in co-mingling
with each other. The happiness of
sisterly love bound us together with
one accord. Every one was loud in
praise of the hospitality shown them
by Prof. S. M. Totty, the. custodian,
who was numbered as one of the
guests. After a vacation of four
weeks, the president, Mrs. Addle
Clark, issued a call to all members to
be present Tuesday, September 10, at
the residence of Mrs. Cordelia Floyd,
905 Hawkins Street, for, the election
of officers and to outline our work
for the ensuing year. ' :.
HYACINTH LITERARY CLUB
The Hyacinth Literary Art Clrclo
of Flat Rock met at the home of
Miss Rosie Lee Thomas, Whitsitt
Avenue, Thursday evening, Septem
ber 29, 1918, at 6 o'clock. The roll
was called and each member respond
ed with dues and quotation. The
devotional was led by the chaplain,
Miss Mattie B. Peebles. One hour
was spent for needle work. Mrs. An
nie Clemmons made a brief speech.
Miss Geneva Coleman also spoke.
The meeting was turned over to the
hostess, who served a two course
menu. The meeting adjourned "o
meet at Mrs. Lula Wilkins, on East
Hill Street, Nashville, Tenn.
Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 31, 1918.
Among the many social events of the
season was the beautiful wedding of
Miss Evelyn Edwards to Prof. Peo
ples, which took place August, 21
1918 at the home of the bride, 3515
Woodland Ave.. Rev. H. C. Bailey,
officiating. The happy couple left for
a short visit to the Niagra Falls.
AND MRS. JOE LANE EN
TERTAIN On Wednesday evening, August
14, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane enter
tained a few friends at their hand
some home, 1431 Edgehill Ave., in
honor of their son, Chester A. Lane,
who was spending a few days at
home, on a furlough from the Navy,
where he has been "Doing his Bit"
for several months in Helping Uncle
Sam to win this great struggle for
world wide democracy. The spacious
parlors were very elaborately deco
rated with the National colors and
flags of the Allies.
A short address was delivered by
Mr. J. P. Porter and all joined in
singing national songs, after which
the younger set Indulged in games
and tripping the light fantastic toe.
Miss Bass and others, furnished music
for the occasion. A two coare menu
was served. Unfortunately Mrs.
Chester Lane, who was spending a
few weeks in Michigan, was not able
to reach home in time to be present
with her husband and enjoy the
pleasant hours, however she arrived
on the day of his departure, In time
to bid him good bye. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Por
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. and
Mrs. James, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Gray and
son, Mrs. Cairo, the Misses Perkins,
H. T. Fowler, Maud Johnson, Mamie
Leonard, Bessie Bass, Marion Polk,
and company, Mrs. Eugene Moorhead,
Mrs. Lucky of New York, Messrs.
Edw. Burrell, Carl Merrill, Geo. Har
rison, Geo. Annie, Joe Dobbins, Na
than Butler, King, Biancl and Hard
eway of Fisk University.
Mr. andIrs. G. N. Henley an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Myrtle Mai Sanford to Dr.
Joseph C. Marshall, which occurred
June 26, 1918, in Chicago, 111. Miss
Sanford is a young woman of very
unusual characteristics, her qualifi
cations having given her immediate
recognitions both in. the social and
professional world. She held the
responsible position as tea-cher at
Hadley School. Dr. Marshall is an
excellent young man. He completed
Dentistry at Meharry in the class of
'18. Dr. and Mrs. Marshall are now
at the home of his parents, Evanston,
. A marriage of much interest to a'l
large circle of friends and relatives
was that of Miss Luella Myrtle Hoyle
and Mr. Oscar A. Childress, which was
beautifully solemnized Wednesday
evening, August 28th at eight o'clock
MONDAY, SEPT., 9th
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at the home of the bride's parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cooney, 1G N. Hill
St. The guests Included about 125
relatives and friends. The reception
room was effectively decorated with
patriotic decorations and ferns. Just
before the entrance of the bride and
groom a beautiful solo was sung by
Prof, Fisher of Flsk University. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. G.
A. Goings, the wedding music being
played by Miss Naomi Holman. Dur
ing the ceremony Miss Leon Sanders
sang an appropriate love lyric. Little
Miss Fannie Mai Ross, acted as flow
er girl, while Master White bore the
license on a silver tray.
The brides girlish beauty was very
effective in a beautiful white net
over white satin, with beaded trim
mings and girdle of white satin. She
wore a veil with a wreath of orange
blossoms. In her hand she carried a
bouquet of white roses tied with satin
ribbon. Mrs. Childress is popularly
known in her home community and
elsewhere and during her brief young
ladyhood has won a large circle of
friends by her charming personality.
She is a beautiful Christian charac
ter as well as accomplished young
lady, having finished her education at
Branch Normal, Little Rock, Ark.,
and Henderson's Business College.
She has been connected with the
Fireside School work for the past five
years. Mr. Childress graduated with
honors from Walcten University and
is now a member of the graduating
clas of 19J.9 from the Deni'.at Depart
ment of Meharry Medicil College.
His record at both schools has boon
excellent and he bids faL to
of the leading Dentists of our race
His friends and well wishers a.'e
malty. The couple was remembered
by a large collection of wedding pres
ents that was an evidence o their
popularity. At present they will
make their home in Nashville.
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Attending the National Haptist Con
vention tliis week.
A DEBATE I
The Terry-Thompson Debate at
Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, Fifth
Avenue, South, Beginning Monday
uigiii, oujiLemuer uiu, lurougn nui
N. E. W. ART CLUB.
!?0.N;,'-I rd NAeedlclb
gave a picnic,' Thursday, August 29,
1918 at Hadley Park In honor of Mrs.
PrecillaDinnery, 518 Quarry street,
who left Tuesday nigftt Sept. 3, 1918,
for Pittsburg, Penn., to make that her
home. The members regret to give
her up, but wish for she and her
husband a great success In their new
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' ' w l"o was uao at noon
when a table was set with everything
good to eat on it, every one spoke of
A DELIGHTFUL VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Jackson have
Just returned from Owensboro, Ky.,
where they were the pleasant guest
of Mr. Jackson, sister and brother,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Loving at 618
Elm street. Many hospitable cour
tesies were shown them while in the
city. . -
A SIX O'CLOCK DINNER. V
Mrs. Marv Slnnchtor Tnmnr Ho.
lightfully , entertained Mr. Henry!111113 nearly 's-uu m suDscnpnons
TJdloV OTwl' Mlad Qnata T.i .nV. u.lth n
six o'clock dinner, oMnday September
2, at her residence 2010 Jefferson St.
The guests arrlver at 6 o,'clock ,and
manv emeu nrt mi.ai ... .ni'ol the city will deliver monthly lec-
until at late hour when they were in-
Vlted into-the beautifully decorated
dining room where a very delicious
menu was served. Seated around the
table were: Mr. John Slaughter, Miss
Susie Turner, Mr. Richard Slaughter, '
Mrs. Mary Slaughter Turner and Mr.
Henry B. Haley.
BLUE RIBBON ART CLUB.
The Blue Ribbon Art Club met at
Mrs. W. H. Anderson,. 1821 Marina
street, August 29, 1918 with the" presi
dent presiding. Roll was called each 1
member responded with dues and ,
verses from the Bible.., ' i
The president made an interesting '
talk which was a great interest to '
the club, afer which the ladies were !
invited into the dining room where
a delicious ice course was served.
TO-DAY'S THE DAY
not tomorrow. The old pro
verb says: "Tomorrow never
comes." Don't put oft till to
morrow what you should do
today. Your patriotic duty in
these war-times urges you to
'save. No better time to begin
than today now! No better
place than this bank. Save
your surplus earnings and put
them Into Liberty Bonds and
War Savings Stamps.
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
The meeting adjourned to meet at
the home of the president, Mrs. Wil
ley Venable, 2242 Heft'ernan street
Sept. 5th, 1918.
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES.
Mrs. J. H. Hale, our Superinten
dent is back from a pleasant trip to
Kansas City. Mrs. Hale was tue guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Radford while there.
Many social courtesies were extend
ed her in the form of receptions,
whist parties and automobile rides.
A day was spent at Excelsior Springs,
two days in Kansas City Kan., as
guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Banks and
Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Davis.
One of the most delightful as well
as beneficial features of the trip was
the visit to Old General Hospital.
Without flattery, It is one of the best
equipped as well as scientifically ar
ranged in the West.
The Supt., Dr. W. C. Tomklns took
especial pains in seeing that Mrs.
Hale was shown every courtesy and
every detail along all lines of work
was fully explained. Drs. Hall andi
Peoples, who are both internes, ac
ordi ng to observation as well as as
surances from the superintendent
were making splendid records for
themselves. Mrs. Hale attended the
National Nurses Association of which
she is now a member. In St." Louis
she was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J.
T. Breedlove. The Dr. has just pur
chased a beautiful modern '14 room
Hat and i: rightly styled one of the
leading physicians of the West.
Every form of entertainment
was given 'Mrs. Hale by the
St. Louisans and the trip West will
ever stand out as one of the most en
joyable of her experience.
One of our new linternes in person
otDr- Chambers ta in the city and
wiI 80011 be 011 the 8cene-
Milss Jessie Wilson one of our Sen-
I ior Nurses is very ill.
GaT; was don Tuesday witi three
,Dr. Jno. Taylor of Florence, Ala.,
was up this week with a patient.
Dr. Thompson ot Lebanon, Tenn.,
brought a patient this week for opp.ra
Some of the new arrivals are Miss
0dW r-h0o isn7 fith Avo nntlpnt.
of Dr G H.' Bandy, Mr. Wkn. Siver,
TrM ; E N 'Mrt Earl Wat8on;
8th Division, Tatient of Dr. H. t.
Floyd, Miss Eliza Gooch, 10 Cannon,
Mrs., Ida Sutton, Lilly, Ga., Mirs. Mary
Williams , Cordele, Ga., Mrs. Ola
Lewis, Voma, Ga., Mrs. Josephine
Williams, Jamestown, patient ot Dr.
Russell, Mrs. 'Myrtle Jacob, 99 Lewis
Street, Mrs. MolWe Dickson, Florence,
Ala., Mrs. iMartha Osborne, Godwin,
The Primary Class plans to furnish
the new recitation room. Already
Miss Porter who is managing affairs
The Hale Hospital Nurses CMf) has
on foot some excellent plans for the
winter. Prominent people in .and out
turea t0 tne club- Mlss Goldie WnSier
01 Kansas Oity, Mo., who was Head
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Nurse at Hubbard Hospital last year
plans a Xmas visit to the girls. Quite
a pleasing Xmas programme is being
planned. Other features of the club
will be instrucons In all kinds ot
needle work. Many social features
are also to be included. ,
The first meeting of the year will
be held Friday night Sept. 27th in the
home G01 7th Avenue South. Miss
Eula Christman of the junior class
will be hostess.
Mr. Edwin Poree of New Orleans,
La., Is a patient
iFive new nurses are enrolled for
this year, two from Athens, Ga., one
from San Antonio, Texas, one from
Providence, Ky., one from Birming
ham, Ala., and the others from Nash
ville. Recitations begin Monday Sept.
Our Surgeon In Chief leaves Satur
day night for Rochester, Minn., where
lie will spend several days attending
the Mayo Cliniic. He will stop for a
few days in Chicago on his way back
Several new unts are in evidence
around the Hospital. The Supt. in
forms us that this is just the begin
ning of greater things to be.
Today may be dark and forbUding;
Our hearts may be full of despair;
But Tomorrow the hope that was
V1ill prompt us to do and to dare.
Today we may feel that Lite's sorrow
out weighs all the joys that we
But tomorrow will teach us the les
son That life is worth while to the brave.
Fai'nt heart is forerunner of sad
ness; Despondency robs us of health;
The man who is chock full of glad
ness Is the man who makes most of life's
Today may be all that is mournful
Our paths cannot always be bright;
lomorrow tne sun will be brighter:
Tomorrow the skies will be fair.
tomorrow our hearts will be lighter
We'll cast aside sorrow and care.
Remember when heartsick and
The sunshine comes after the rain;
Tomorrow is time to be cherry
Tomorrow we look up again. Ex.
CITY WILL SAVE COAL. ,
The United States Fuel Administra
tion, in pursuance to its program of
fuel conservation, has sent representa
tives to Nashville to study the fuel
situation here, and to make reports
and recommendations upon their -findings.
On Thursday Messrs Crowley Went
worth, solicitor for the United States
Fuel Administration; Howell Van
lilarcoiu, general assistant' of power
and light division; J. K. Arthur of
Hie electric power and light division;
V. 10. iiyer, State Fuel Administra
tor and Dr. C. S. Brown, administra
tive fuel engineer, held a conference
with the Board of City Commissioners
with regard to the possibility of fuel
saving by the city of Nashville. All
the city commissioners were present.
It is the earnest desire of the
United States Fuel Administration to
avoid, if possible the necessity of clos
ing plants this winter, as was done
necessarily last winter. Its represen
tatives are being sent to all parts of
the country to make investigations and
where it is possiblo to do so, whether
the city lighting plants are onerated
by the city or by private contractors,
they are curtailing and transferring
and consolidating the operation of
plants for the sole purpose of saving
fuel. This is intended only for the
period of the war.
The Fuel Administration represen
tatives who have Investigated condi
tions at Nashville discover that on
account of the war, it has been im
possible for the city to keep its plants
equipped in an up-to-date manner;
that the boilers of the plant are dan
gerous, and that the machinery is
to a degree antiquated.
Mr. Van Blarcom makes -it clear
that no one is to blame tor this con
dition, and that except for the war
emergency the plant could have been
kept in the best condition. These men i
have investigated the plant of the
Nashville Railway and Light Com
pany, and find it will be amply able
to take care of the needs of the city
lighting plant at a much smaller cost
in production power and at a vast
saving of coal. As is well known
water power cuts a large figure with
the Railway and L tCohgiapmntulJ
the "'Railway and Light Company's
plant and through the Fuel Adminis
tration that company has offered to
furnish its current to the city at 10
per cent smaller cost than it is sup
plying any other customer,
Mr. Van Blarcom recommends the
acceptance of this prpositlon by the
Board of Commissioners 'and the board
will meet again today to consider
the matter, and will doubtles stake the
step recommended. Should it fail to
do so, it will only require an order
from' the nlted States Fuel Adminis
tration to consolidate the plants tor
fuel conservation purposes, hence it
would not be an enviabel position for
the commissioners to oppose the pro
position. The Fuel Administration . empha
sizes the importance of steel at this
stage of the war. Tons and tons of
steel areneeded for railroads, ships
munitions and every branch of war
work. Steel must be produced. Five
thousand tons of coal mean one thou
sand tons ot steel produced. These
representatives of the Administration
in Nashville estimate a saving of 6,000
to 7,000 tons of coal this winter, by
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SENTENCE OF NEGRO RIOTERS
Washington, Sept. 4. Death senten
ces of ten negro soldiers who partici
pated in the riot at Houston, Tex.,
to life imprisonment by President Wil
August 23 1917, have been commuted
In six other cases the President af
firmed the death sentences because the
condemned men had been found
guilty of having deliberately and with
great cruelty murdered clvilans.
This action, announced today by the
War Department, concludes the cases
of twenty-nine Negroes given the
death penalty for their part in the
riot. Thirteen -were executed, and the
President was called, upon to review
the findings in -sixteen cases.
The President found that the ten
whose sentences he commuted had
not been convicted ot personally and
directly causing deaths. The soldiers
involved were not named in the War
"I commute the remaining sent
ences," the President said in a state-
ment attached to the record, "because
I believe the lesson of this lawless riot
will have been adequately pointed
by the action already taken and tha
now directed, and also because I fi
sire the clemency here ordered Jig
a . recognition of the splendid lex
of the race to which these so 1
belong, and an Inspiration to thr
pie o fthat race to further zeal ii,
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service of the country of which they
are citizens and for the liberties of
which so many of them are now brave
ly bearing arms at the very front of
the great fields of battle."
Nashville Tenneessean & American.
Mrs. Mytrle Hayes of Paris, Tenn.,
who went up very serious operation
is doing fine and at this write is able
to go home her many friends speedy
Mrs. John L. Brown and son, Wiley
Anderson Barnes of 630 Bass street
have returned home after spending a
while with her husband's mother,
Mrs. Ella Stubblefield of Murfreesboro
Mrs. Sophia Lewis of 1205 Clinton
street left the city Saturday morning,
Aug. 31, for a visit to her son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Edrldge Hurt, 1520 Goode Ave.. St.
Louis, Mo. A delightful trip and a
stay of much pleasure and happiness
is anticipated. .
Smile, once in a while,
Twill make your heart seem light
er; Smile, once dnva while,
'Twill makeVour pathway brighter.
Life's a mirror as we smile,
iSmiles come back to greet us;
If .we're frowning all thhe while,
Frowns forever meet u.
'What's become of your chauf-
Oh, he was with the regiment
n in Texas and crawled undet an
mule to aee wh y it woldtnt