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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911.
In DO YOU WANT YOTO Wk AND YOUNG WOMEN YO SUNDAY-SCHOOL? i lien Org Young anize a Metoka Glass for the Men and a Galeda Glass for the Young Women. This is the latest effort in the organized Sunday-school class movement. The work is so very attractive and helpful in building up Sunday-schools that it has taken a firm hold on all the leading schools. You should organize these two classes without delay. Read this information carefully. National Baptist Metokan and Galcdas. 7d"ir' 3 Young Men and Young Worn en's Bible CIiikncn few Galeda Class Button 50c IN THREE COLORS lOo each, Per Dozen 1 ERECTED BY THE NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD LAUNCHED AT THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS JUNE 8, 1911 Metoka Glass Button 50c IN THREE COLORS lOc each v Per Dozen How to Organize ami Conduct the CIunkc in Your School Will Be Told to You if You Will Send lor the Following literature Constitution and By-Laws 10c each, per dozen 50c Charters for classes, size 11x17 inches, printed in colors, each 50c Individual reader's Certifi cate, each , 10c Pledge cards, invitation cards and all the necessary literature for the Metoka and Galeda classes will be furnished. There have already been over 200 classes organized since the Sunday-School Congress. Send at once and have your school up to the standard, all the states arc in line. SEND ALL OKDEKS TO THE National Baptist Publishing Board, It. II. BOYD, Secretary, 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tcnn. ing his family, returned to her home two weeks ago. Mr. Edward Collins died July 8th, with a stroke of paraly sis. He leaves a wife and five small children, besides many grown ones, to mourn his shocking death. Little Ef fie McCall, the daughter of Mayetta McCall, died last Wednesday on de pot hill. Rev. T. W. Hampton went to Columbia last week to visit his wife and the bedside of his sick mother-in-law, Mrs. Dew. Mrs. Mattie Walton died suddenly at her home Saturday night. Mrs. Celia Crawford and chil dren are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waddy and family, and other relatives, Mrs. Lurlee Chattan, who was called to the funeral of her sis ter, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green are on the sick list. Mr. Green Lewis is quite sick on Bythe i street. Mr. James Gillespie, on Pedan hill is on the sick list. Mr. James Crawford was in the city last Sunday visiting his family and relatives, from Paducah, Ky. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. IT m Prof. Work to Speak. Nearly one hundred men attended the mass-meeting last Sunday at the Pleasant Green Baptist Church. Two thirds of these men were on time and took part in the song service. Every one went aawy feeling that he had been helped by hearing Dr McMillan. As an immediate result of his lecture six applications were made to the chairman of the member ship committee for membership in the association. Prof. W. H. Singleton, of Chatta nooa, was also at this meeting. Prof. Singleton has been connected with the schools of his city for forty years. He is a moving spirit in religious cir cles and is also president of the Chat tanooga Y. M. C. A. Next Sunday, July 23rd, there will be a men's meeting at the Jackson's Temple C. M. E. Church. Prof. J. W. Work will address the men upon the topic "Lest We Forget." This meeting begins promptly at 4:00 p. m. Be one of the 300 men who are expected to attend. The voices of two or three hundred men in a song service are worth having. The Y. M. L. C. Quartette will fur nish a part of the music. i Jackson Temple C. M. E. Church, i on Church street viaduct. SELLS PAPERS BY CHINES. SLOT MA- New York, July 20. Newspapers were sold in New York today by slot machines. The machines worked splendidly on their first trial. The latest vending machines for newspapers is the invention of O. J. Hotaling, a machinist. With his brother, Arthur Hotaling, he expects to revolutionize the newspaper selling business through the use of slot ma chines which are simple to work, all the mechanism being set in motion and the paper delivered by one pull of the lever once the penny has been deposited. "WOMAN'S HONOR" A Beautiful 4 Act Drama will be rendered at Spruce St. Baptist Church on Friday Night, July 28, 1911 at 8 o'clock sharp by the East Nashville Dramatic Club For the benefit of said church CAST OF CHARACTERS General Mark Lester, a hero of the Cuban ten years war. . . .Ernest R. Alexander Pedro Mendez, Mark's half brother G. Phineas Baker Gilbert Hall, Mark's rival. .Donnie Stovall Gregory Grimes, Lester's private secre tary Will F.Davis Dr. Garcia, Surgeon of the Madeleine and Robt. Glenn, a Wall street banker Wm. H. Haynes, Jr. Ebnezer, Glenn's butler John Overton Olive and Sally, Glenn's daughters ...... Mrs A. M. Townsend and Miss Estella Holland Maria, Pedro's Wife . . .Miss Floy J. Darrell Admission 10 cents Rev. T. J. Townsend, Pastor Mrs. A. M. Townsend, Manager E. E. GREEN cfe CO. v THE TINNER. Tin, Iron, and Asphalt Roofing, Gutter ing, Valleys and Stovet Repaired Special Attention Given to All Work 606 Twelfth Iveaoe, Sorth, kshville. Tenn. THE CORRECTED VOTES OF THE STATE ASSEMBLY ON THE NRMAL COLLEGE AP PROPRIATIONS. Below is a corrected list of the ote on the Negro Normal appropriations. In last weeks issue some errors wera made, and for that reason the list is run a second time. The Senate voted almost unani mously for the bill, the voting being as follows: Ayes. Adams, D; Albright, D; Bacon, D; Boyd, D; Brown, D; Butler, D; Cox, D; Davis, It; Draughn.-D; Hale, II; Hicks, R; Houk, R; Jones, D; Mc Alister, D; Page, D; Parks, R; Rogers, D; Mr Speaker Baxter, D. Nays. McFarland, I; Russell, D; White, The first attempt to pass the bill in the house failed for lack of con stitutional majority. A motion was made then to reconsider the bill. When the vote was taken the republi cans and independents, encouraged by Gov. Hooper, it is said, fought the motion and voted it down by the small margin of one vote, which re sulted as follows: Ayes. Beasley, D; Brown, R; Burbago, R; Card well; Christian, D; Cohn, D; Collier. D; Cooper, I; Davis, R; Dixon, D; Dye, D; Ewing, D; Farm er, R; Fitzhugh, D; Foust, D; Harper (of Davidson County), D; Hudson (of Dickson County) D; Jordan, D; Marshall), D; Miller (of Shelby), D; Lambert, D: Link. D; Miller (of Moore (of Hardeman), D; Morris, D; Murphy, D; McFarland, D; Ozier, D; Parks, D; Puryear, D; Ragsdale, D; Rule, R; Stanton, D; Thronesberry, D; Tilman,- D; Tolmie, D; Williams. D; Wiseman (Lynchburg), D; Wor ley, D; Mr. Speaker Leach, D. Nays. Argo, R; Ausmus, R; Carlock, I; Carpenter, R; Cathcart, I; Clement, ;I Couch, I; Cross, D; Drane, D; Futrell, I; Galloway, I; Garrison, R; Harper (of Weakley), I; Hassell, I; Hennard, R; Hoover, R; Horn, D; Householder, R; Howard, I; Hudson (of Knox), R; Johnsonius, I; Kreis. I; Leath, R; Lonsmire. R: Marshall R; Massa, R; Mitchell (of Lauder dale), I: Moore (of Obion), I; !c- Donald, R; Parrott. R: Parsons T- Quenichet D; Raulston, R; Reeves, J; Robinson, I; Stout. R: Thomnrnn. T: Trezevant, D; Vanhook. I; White, K. m0. 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