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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910. ni iis I , . 1 On the Corner Fifth tvonuc and Church St. SEf.31-AtlHUAL Qleon-Up-lale! Hart, Schaffner & Marx Fine suits 9 Broken lots only one and two suits of a kind -values CIA up to $30, while they last tiWU All Wool Blue Serge Suits, values up to $18, clean- CO up sale v'""' Boys' All Wool Blue Serge Suits, regular $6.50 CJO QC values, sizes 7 to 18 years 4?WJJ MEN'S SHOES VALUES TO $6.00 S2i95 MEN'S SHOES VALUES TO $5.00 S2iB0 COLORED BRETHREN. (Continued from Page 1.) and so inactive that if a convention had been called they would have made no effort to get to it and would there fore, by their own larness, have been as completely without representation as they are now. Second. The main objects and aims of the existence of the Republican party are to defeat the democracy, its policies and principles. In these tho two parties differ widely; they are at complete antipodes on every political and civil proposition that agitate the minds of the American people. It is, therefore, as impossible for a man to be a Republican and support the De mocracy as it would be to change God's order of things and cause the sun to give light by night and the moon to shine by day. No, brethren, there is something else besides this that has caused this indignation to con:e over your dreams. Will you not be candid and let us know what 11 really is? Thin: The State Executive C3m mittee did not take action in the mat ter of-the j-rdic'al convention unad visedly. By a diligent, course of in cmirv that Committee learned long be fore its latest meeting that a large majority of the . Republicans in the state were opnosed to the calling of such a convention. When the Com mittee met, a large number of Repub licans from all parts of the state were in attendance; many colored Republi cans had been invited but not a cor poral's guard was on hand. The mat ter was discussed for full half a day pro and con. Finally, with all the lights and information beforfc them, aftpr persons of every shade of opin ion, who wished to express themselves, had been natientlv listened to. the proposition to hold no judicial conven tion was, save one vote, unanimously adopted by the State Executive Com mittee. In. view of the fact that the fortunes of the party had been placed in the liands of the Committee by the Republicans of the stae convention assembled, and in view of the further fact that a voluminous and systema tic, correspondence had. convinced the Committee that a large "ftajority of the Republican voters of the state favored f'f action about to be taken, and in view also of the further fact that this large gathering of Republicans had" met with the Committee to advise and counsel ovv this matter," agreeing in the end on all material points, the Committee decided to adopt the course promulgated on that day. It. rightly advised that all Republicans support the independent judicial ticket. It was justified in taking this action and doubtless its work will be ratified by thj voters of the state when their time comes for them to speak. It is to be hoped that every earnest RonnhliMn will do his part in bring ing about this victory and that the minrnd voter will not allow this op rortunity, '.he greatest one he has had fnr n feneration, to pass without (to ing all in his power to defeat his old fftnMio orcanized Democracy. This aamo nrrrri n izprl Democracy has always disfranchised the colored voter in all its primary elections, and if it hart tho Tinwpr' would do the same in the regular elections. What has it ever done to commend itself to the black mon'c snnwvi-t? Wherever it has nnccoj u hn ipft. in Its trail evidences of the greatest political destruction and devastation for the biacK man Tlio ctnrm has reached every south chtP' it has singled out the black brother and played political hivoc with him on every nana, win uiese colored surporters of organized De mocracy in Tennessee, with their eyes open, cause these political storms to veer this way and take from us every political and civil right in Tennessee as it has done elsewhere? And then, too, this is a bad year for the black man to join the organized Democracy. Of all occasions to do such a th'ng this is the worst. Temperance legis lation has done more for the redemp tion of our people than any we have had Fince the adoption of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments to the Con stitution of the United States. If wisely pursued still further it will do a vast deal more for their uplift. The moral, educated, religious and law abiding classes of our people have al ways co-operated with the most ad vanced and best white citizenship of the South. I believe that they will do the same on this occasion and that with their united power they will win a victory that will bring more happi ness and prosperity and good-will and justice into Tennessee than we have ever yet dreamed of. Do these brethren who are advocat ing the support of this regular De moracy recall that this sama machine, which always likes to convict colored men and send them to prison for Governor Patterson to pardon, has f lso hid recently within its clutches five or six cases of our colored law yers in this county? Do they not re member that these educated men try ing tc make an honest living for themselves and their families by the practice of their profession among their own people, before machine judges and machine juries, were ruth lessly arrested, placed in jail and giv en sentences of disbarment and impris onment. Do they not also recall that, but for the judgment of the Supreme Court, three of whose members const!-' tute that much of the present judicial independent, ticket, these colored law yers would have been obliged to suffer the unjust and legal judgment that hung for months like a pall over their heads? Shall our fortunes be cast with men who protect the educated, law-abiding, progressive men of our race or with those who give liberty to the convicts? I believe that a large majority of our people will vote for the indepen dent judicial ticket and thus array themselves on the side of law and or- ler an1 atrainst corruption, intemper ance and debauchery in the state. On the one hand we have the Dem ocratic ticket nominated and dominat- pd by our anrient political enemy the organized Democracy; on the oilier hand we have the independent M-fitet wnicn nas declared mat it win not be dictated to by the Democratic machine and allow itself, if elected, to b used for political nurnoses or for the oppression or suppression of any class of our people. With these lights before us I believe that our voters will take a sane view of the situation and oa-t their fortunes and votes with and for the TNDKl'KXPFXT JT'DICIAT. TICKET. ,J. C. NAPIER. ATTENDING FEDERATION. Perhans the most representative gathering of Negro women in the United States is assembled in Louis ville. Kv.. in the Nqtional Federation of Colored Women's Clubs which is now in session. Among the many nrominent women is Mrs. Ida wens Harnett, who is famous for the snec tacul'ir and effective nnrt she has r.layed in the affairs of Negroes in the states. Madim Azalia Hackley, the pr'ma donna of the race, is also in attend ance. One of the most oharmine charac ters attendintr the federation Is Mrs. Curtis, of New Yoi who gave dem onstrations in dressmaking. Many social courtesies are being ex tended the delegates. The Tw'light. Social Club held an entertainment on I the Y. M". C. A. grounds Tuesday. DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC I I CITY ITEMS COOOOCOOOvO-'CvOOGOOGCOOOOO Mrs. B. T. Washington passed through the city Sunday morning en rcute to Louisville, where she is to atteni, this week, the National Federa tion of Women's Clubs. She was joined in this city by Mrs. J. C. Na pier, a delegate from the state. FOR SXlilv One bos' ai.d on girls' bicycle, ccaster brakes, lamp, double tube tires. Sell as a whole, i or parts separate. j F. G. SMITH, 142 Fourteenth av jenue. North. Phnre. M. 471. I The National Federation of Colored Women's Clubs is in session this week at Louisville. Reports are to the ef fect that a most enjoyable session wa held. Nashville had some representa tives, notable among whom were the two delegates, Mesdames Jackson and Napier, and Mrs. W. A. Lewis, the wife of Rev. W. A. Lewis, of the A. 'M. E. Church. I Mrs. J. W. Grant and daughter, Mrs. C. 0. Hadley, are visiting lawyer Grant's sister, Mrs. J. T. Gilmore, at Cleveland, Tenn. ! Mrs. John R. Browne and children, of Jefferson street, left the city fast iweek to spend until early fall in De troit, Mich., visiting her sister and brothers. If you wl'M caM M?in 1973Tr-p Palms jus anv time between 7 a. m. and 2 p. m., they will send you just any amount of ice cream you wirit from a ouart to "0 ffi linns. Leave your order early for Sunday, and avoid he rue. Mrs. George W. Gibson spent several days last weejt in Columbia. Miss Alma L. "McGavock will spend the summer with her grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McGavock, at Brentwood. Miss Ada jlollands is in the city v sit ne relatives. She win spend next week with Mrs. Rosa Hollands, of 2510 Prospect street. Mrs. EHa '. B. Moore is out of the t ... .!. .1. 4-.,r ? iCiiy, spenoing a ween or io m Chattanooga among relatives. Miss Estes Webbs, of Chicago, is in the city to spend a part of the sum mer with her mother. Mrs. Almeda Adams left the city last Thursday for two months in Cnlloden. Ga. Mrs. Jas. Burnett, of 1409 Jackson street, is in Chicago, 111., visiting her sister. Mrs. Wm. Kennedy. Mrs. Burnett was among the many who en iovpd the' Lanauet siven Jack John son, champion of the world, on his return from Reno, Nevada. Mrs. Bur nett and Mrs. Kennedy will go to New VorU fnr several days' stay. I . A particular place ror particular 'people, wh'o' are served in 'a-"partio i ular way The Palms, Cedar street land Fifth avenue, North. I Mioses Walker and Mosely left Sat urday for Gallatin to be the guests of Mrs. Malone. spending a delightful Fourth returning home on luesaay. Miss Mosely is now in Chicago the srnpst of Miss Carrie Walker, where she will remain until time to resume l fr school duties at Wildersville. Mis Florence Baker, of Gallatin was the guest of Miss Salome last week. Little Napoleon W. Smith is visiting his little cousin, Joe W. Herrod, at the new home of Mesdames Bess an Herrod, who reside at 1508 Hamilton ctrppt. The cooleft 'amd nearest place in the city an ideal ice cream parlor Tb,f Palms. Mrs C. N. Lancston. of 1300 Hynes street, has been spending a fortnight with her parents in Decatur. Ala TJttle Katie Abertine Boyd ana t oho-tn Bost'c ipft the city 'lues day for Huntsville, Ala., where they win visit Mr. Edward Lowery. Mrs Jas. N. Church, of Franklin, spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs Rirhard Starnes. Mrs. A. T. Jackson has returned rom Minnesota, where she has been vUitimr her daughters. rnn SAT.TC One boy s and one ''Hs' bicvcle. coaster brakes, lamp, rinnhip tub tires Sell as a whole i F G SMITH. 142 Fourteenth av-1 enue, North. Phone, M. 47l:. vina William Porter, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly Miss Novella Matthews, of this city, is here the guest or ner sister, Mrs. Maggie Abston, ot 440 Eighth avenue,' North. Miss Hettie Phillips lett imaay tor Hartsville, Tenn., where she wiU teach. Mr nnri Mrs. W .H. Hollins spent a very jolly Fourth in Dolenson visit ing Mrs Annie Kirks. i"h .. . . - von pat. ce Cream.' uet it at the Palms, the Place with class. r,- n t. Washington left Monday iniv 11. for Chicago and other points north for the stay of a week or ten days, wnue in un cago, he will be the guest of Mrs. M L Greene, 2730 State street, anu his brother, P. S. V. Washington, 1506 Fulton street, iwf v ii Fort delivered a fine ad- in the Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday- school Sunday morning, and then spoke at the Spruce Street nurci Sunday night to a nice audience. Mrs. A. T. Landers, of Jefferson street, left Monday for Louisville. (Si. w f 4 "SP1B1T uK TIIK APPALACHIAN' TIIK Appalachian Exposition to he held in Knox ville, Septemher I2(h, to Octoher I2th, inclusive will emhrace eight states and will he the greatest show ever held. The colored huilding of this exposition will he one of the hest ever seen and the exhibits will be second to none. The colored people will enjoy equal rights with all other people at the exposition. Exhibits wanted from all the Appalachian states and cash prizes given for every class of exhibit. Hates of only one cent a mile to the exposition have been obtained throughout (he country. Persons going to the National Baptist Con vention at New Orleans or the It. M. C. at Baltimore will save money by going through Knoxville and have an opportunity to stop off and see the exposition at the same time. ... ... For information regarding exhibits and rates, write DI. II. M. GIIKKN. (ireen liuilding, Knoxville, Tenn., or IIENKY A. BOYD, care Globe, Nashville, Tenn. trw r'V.' i h IFFICK 1 1 OH ItS: 10 to 12 M. KVKNING IJY Al'I'OINTMICNT OFFICE : NAPIER COURT. 411 FOURTH AVENUE, N. Telephone, Main '1477 DR. joshes: e. wells Physician and Surgeon RESIDENCE: 103 SECOND AVENUE, S. Telephone, Main, 1318 Nft"HVtLLE, TENNESSEE. HADLEY'S PRIVATE INFIRMARY FOR. WOMEN ONLY If ic fnr ttio fnt'rt anrl wr Ifar? nf Pv?rv woman, nnt nnlv to in- ckrstand thz means for the preservation of health, but also to know what remedies should be used for the alleviation. This infirmary treats female" diseases of all kinds. For particulars address, DR. HATTIE HADLEY, 1246 Maple t., Nashville, Tenn Turner Normal College, Shelbyville, Tenn. The Only Colortici -tninmer Resort In theState. SITUATION, High: LOCATION, Healthful, Beautiful, Attractive. CAMPUS lined with Stately Oaks, tvergreens; Lawn Swings for the invalids and weary adults ..Rope Swings for the children, and Settees for all. BUILDING and campus Lighted throughout by Electricity. Long Distant Telephone con nections. Strangers must present recommendations ol good charctcr. - "NOTICE of coining must be given at least a week ahead. TERMS: B.ard and Lodging $3.00 per week; or 75 cents a day for time less than a week. Special rates to fam lies. SEASON CLOSES SEPTEMBER 10. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS REV. J. A. JONES, President, Box 127 SHELBYVL1LE. TENN. Mrs. Tenders was a delegate to the National Federation, she being a rep resentative from Alabama. Miss Hazel ThomDson is home for the summer, afte closing a successful ear as musical instructor in l-iouis- ville. ThP Hantist State Convention will convene in Cohimibla, Tenn., on wea r.esday, July 20th. An exodus o Bap tist preachers will take place as most nf them arp Interested in the meeting. Nearly all the churches will send their pastors and delegates to tms annual convention. Miss Jimmetta Williams of Anient street, and a member of Philathea ninss No. 16. of Mt. Olive Sunday- school, left the city Wednesday for St. Louis. Miss Williams win spena me summer in that city. FOR SALui One boys' and one fills' bxycle. coaster brakes, hinip, double tube tires. Sell as a whole, or parts separate F. G. SMITH, 142 Fourteenth av enue, North. Phone, M. 4712. Miss Ppirl D. Brooks, who is also a member of Philathea Class No. 16, of Mt. Olive Sunday-school, left last Friday for Monteagle, where she will spend the summer. Mr. Jessie Leech left the city Wed nesday morning for Cincinnati, where he will enter the Clark Embalming College. Lodge Furniture. We are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodge of the' A. F. & A. M. within the jurisdiction of Tennessee or ! any other state with beautiful UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, TA- BLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS and any thing in the line of chairs for che assembly hall that they may br in need of Our piicrs are within reach of every lodge For further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE Minim MrrisT pwlishik i:.ud i'J "vecond Avenu. North. NhvUle, Tenn H. E.GREEN & CO THE TINNER. Tin. Iron andAsnhalt Roofine, Gutter ing and Valleys and Stoves Kepairtd Special attention given to all work. (JnHTweinii luniii. Sortli. .ashvilli, TKVN THE PYTHIAN GRAND LODGE. (Continued from Page 1.) fnpmtnir nf fomnanies in all parts of the state. He also advised the s?nd- inr Of fl fpw comoanies to the mee:- 4ncr ac thp Rnnrpme Lodsre at Indianapo lis in 1911. In commenting upon the visit of the Supreme Chancellor io investigate the condition of the Grand i rA an in this state, the Grand Chan- cellor exhibited a spirit of fairnes3 of such a high character tnat ne was roundly applauded. In concluding his ,rAG ho annealed to all to lend a hand in building a monument to the thrift and business sagacity oi me present-day Negro, a monument that .ni a rrpHit to more than forty thousand Negroes In Tennessee who are cither directly or indirectly inter--Pvthinnism. Amid deafening applause the speaker took his seat and it required some minutes to restore LOOK! LOOK! LOOK ! Great Summer Resort Is SHADY SIDE, LID. Maggie Stansmore has a beautiful place nicely fixed for boarders, good water good shade and boat for fishing and crabbing House Open for Boarders July 15, 1910 For further information address MRS MAGGIE STANSMORE SHADY SIDE. A. A. CO., MD. order. Soon after this the morning session closed to meet at 2 o'clock p. m.