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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APEJL 5, 1912.
IASITVILLE GLORE i the worltl wnat tney have accom-1 quarter of a century and who made j CI . iiisum in mij jrais. ress uemies uunng ine iniriy ii II ncSAed r-rmy FHdsr in tki yrar it U7 Fourth Arcime, Nrtl, Nhu;e. Ism., by the ESEHVILLE CLOBE FUBLISHUCG C0MPA5Y. Telephone, Main 1S. The Negro Press. The Negro press of this country is as rar apart as individual men FnftBfd ma aroood-clnM mutin .l.nnin 19 tlOR t te pwt-ottc at Nthi!le. TrnoMe, under i . . . . eaf ccgr( of March s. is:9. First of all they have no understand Ho Botk tjiknn r fc J J ISU VU V. IVUUWIMIi One never knows what the other is going to do about a cer- $ 1 50 ! tain thins;, and as a rule they are M) i SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE. vlW TCHT Six Unnthi Ttow Month'sV.V.V.V.V.V.'.V.V.'.V.".".!;'.!!'.!;;; 40 j always fighting single-handed. If aleC)py 03 ! two papers agree on one thing it is by mere accident, and as a conse quence the effective service that might be done through organization and understanding all goes to naught. The press is continually hounding the Notify the office when you fail to Jet your paper. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED UPON AP PLICATION. wading turn rattx. I cents prr line for rach insenlnn. M cents per line for each insertion in (black fee). Advertising copy should be in the offii-e not later people S.bout getting together, but it than a. m. TuesJay of eaohweU. , , ,:, ... , . 4 . . TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflections upon the character, , ' is like a blind man trying to lead a blind man, for the press is further standing or reputation of any person, firm or cvr- i apart than the people. It Is a short poration, which mav appear in the rnltm-.ti of the .Nashville GLOBE he gbdiy c rrwied nnoa i coming on the part of the press that Mni brousht to the attend o the m.nJfie- ! fhotfd overcome and must be be. fvtZit: !:r",." fore can wield the ,nfluence n for current issue which itivm as late a T! i;rs- should. day can appear in that numiier. as Thurki.y is : . .. . . tI press day. ! Aside from the estern Association All news sent ns for publication mut be written f . naner thpro U fin nrirani7l. only on one side of the paper. r.d should be ac-,, 01 -R Papers mere IS TIO organiza eompanied by the name of tU contributor, non tion that we know of that is doing necessarily for publication, but as evuaoct of food ' taith. anything toward working eoneertedly ! for the welfare of the people. There have been instances in which the rress got together. These were cases where the facts were so plain that no one could err. In such cases the results have always been mar ve'ous; but where one of these ac-cidi-cts happen it is possible for un told gocsl to be done if the press would get together, have an under-sti-dxs ari work in unison. odd years of public life than any man! hi this country. Senator Taylor was 1 a big-hf arted man. He-was in the I truest sense of the word a servant of ' humanity. Political y, he was a ' democrat, but he never allowed his po'itical btliefs to outweigh his de-j sire to do justice to all people at all ' times. He was applicab'y styled the apostle of sunshine, for wherever he j went he carried a smile and words of j cheerfulness that enlivened the hearts I of the people. Senator Taylor was i a friend of the weak and oppressed. ; He did not believe anjj jiuman being j should 'or. punished unnecessarily, and j as Governor of Tennessee he was j ofte.i censvred for his pardon record, j lie was well known throughout the; country and Tennessee was made to ! be known throughout tl)e nation by j Robert L. Taylor, the statesman, lec-i FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1912. Manners in Public. It is too often the case that people ! In pubic places forget how to deport themselv3. The Globe does not claim to be an authority on manners, but it will not be out of p'ace to ca'.l ; attention to the matter in a ger.er&l way. Ycung people as a m are given to much levi:y, and it tickers into old rge if the chili is net rrcp- ter'.y trained, and when they shcIJ be calm r.nd sober, they tzi t.r selves given over to feiireie-j r.b and vulgir convera:iea. I: :s common z. thin? to hear y using larruage is pMLc ; i --;- thx: is unbecoming. Recent'y in a $tre shtrf s-ftf rt.' boys tad giiheri who rf :S tia:. age that txlilrc. cr??; liLihJi.r, and sc'jfirg jre if : ti.ir '"being aa i th Jesi ct. ti-f-.r 5:ih. Several of the jT-Lrrscics i--einble.1, er:rj--? i, the custom with l:r- " i.5- li:v: all one could l?xr :o h-m you inters, b: vll't -Juj Tr lin ing their frc-'ic a t-? on to hi Eijortrj-, rjtuiitr -js i. iady in the prtei.'i c i?f :tv used language Hie ti-i: eaii' r n rv n rrs cr-a n trs cr-za n n ra r cra htn r2 turer and orator. He w in this commonwealth, bu of his kind deeds will li 11 be missed the memory e forever. Parks in Nashville. Negroes ia Nashville will soon be ia a po:;:-oa to boas: cf their pArks as ) n-ch :hey da cf their schools.) "SV.-.h Orr.icoi Park the soath. :h- C:t P-xri oa the zona. iParfnt, wipe off the falling tears. 13 IN MEMORIAM. Mr. Jordan Helm, Jr., of Franklin, Tenn., died March 11, 1312, at the age of sixteen years. I O dear Jordan boy, you nave gone, Your cares and sorrows here are o'er; 1 You have laid by your cumbrous cells, And we shall see you here no more. The clouds that love the 'golden tints Of life's bright, joyous morning raj; j How soon thfy vanished from the skies. And with them you have passed away. And o'er your peaceful, silent dust. The lovely flowers shall sweetly bloom. While angels oft will gather round And safely watch your lonely tomb. mm day oiiooG P- THE SWASTIKA DRAMATIC CLUB WILL PIlliSliXT THAT WONDICKFUL PLAY J L EARTS o r MEn IN FOUll ACTS A strong cast of players will portray this strong 'moral story. Supreme satisfaction is guaranteed the audience. Watch the. Globe for particulars. t-- singing "No one can do me like Je-1 &us.:' the house proceeded to carry 1 out the program. Discussion: "Who i is the most responsible for the child j the parent, teacher or preacher?" led ; by Mr. B. F. Ralmey. . Evening ses- j sion, the house reassembled at 7:30 p. m.. and was called to order by the president. Rev. R. Batson led m j singing "Here am I, send me." The hour haviug arrived, Rev. J. S. Fuller selected for his text Rev. 3:18, sub ject, "Get your goods from the sample case." Song,. "Sabbath has no end." Col ection, doxology. Friday morning session, the convention reassembled at 9 a. m. and proceeded to carry out the program. Discussion: "Man's First Duty to God." At this juncture Miss Percy L. Beam, principal of Cab in Row School, and Rev. Jones were j introduced to the house and ad i dressed the audience most eloquently, adjournment. Afternoon Session. The ; topic for discussion was announced: ; "Which should the parents be most ; interested in, the girl or the bov?" 3.v r0T the loved one ! ,ed by Mrs- Eliza Wiley- Thls Aas you law death. I one of!h ? nt eTMt,n topics Th-i of th? chaar-M.ss hereafter. discussed dunng the meeting. Wh?r- life is cota fitting breath. ! AdJ0urnmctt Afternoon Session.' At ; :3t p. m. Rev. Jones announced h3 S:5"-?r bjvei down ia orrow. too, i text and Preacned a most excellent Ar1. e&r. and bani-h gTief ' i srraoQ- Collection, doxology. The 'Iitl ti X'rrj Z2 -v'lL't ceo Fr thscra rtra iH ar thns bereft. . tnIrd d.v s session was a continuation Lca-?r s Part oa the east . $:;. :i fca :hx: t7 Nrro ia the i ;.tj coa hxt? & ciAzoe to set a whi? :f. frri 4. - iirjar ih h-:? sL3r ii7'? Li-, yetr litre is i And oh remember all must dies; When in your gtave you too lie. w'll a p-iri. If a c: tils' La- Huddleston-Cooper Go CHURCH AND 5th AWE. Clothing, Hats and Furnishings PO R . Men and Boys AGENCY- FAMOUS SIGNAL OVERALLS fxl V- rr liT maf xi ia The Lori will brlag t you relief. BeartcLa. it yoa e dro? a tear. T7 see j!i ia raoamm? clad; loci Esus yoar tender form. So Tery fniL so pal?, ?o sad. ju:a-'ca Ta Lxs on. nigger, co-si grre zx-jia . j..r - that; I wont r-aiz3 vjs v. - jjci. r. horrifying, and y if rcax 3 r.t.s?iZ. iai meant no tana or lirw;r. r ' - 5 cct.t- ai) a city cf i.- u w. t".:t ,i.v ti i'T -inrt-. ir.nK-.rat. vh-er? taanaaaii cf Perahaae lessness; irhere a yocr? saia cf rroi - viie vzZ ccarr-ate and breeding had allowed to fir-1 Kj'-T tir znsz. lsrlr'.e c"er- get hia training; who ti-i cr.-'-ei at cf aataaaieat. The ed into the habit cf taiiag wr taN5r- ixt -a gr?ai rrx ai a unguarded tongue. briit to t? thii fajtitatk-a alir of the preceding day's program. On Sunday morning at 10 a. m. Sunday school was conducted by the assiat ant superintendent. Chas. (Batson. Revs. Jones, Fuller and Miss Lizzie Collins Instructed the lesson. The hour having arrived for preaching, Rev. J. S. Fuller selected for his text Matt. 15:16. Subject "Universal at. ha ta ss- Jejc wip the tears tha-4ink!e down, t News." This was .quite an inspiring lca.7 uiaii Pirt ; xha: they may flee to thee and live, sermon. Every Christian in the audi- COIT-Kt! Oi) a CJ Ct price fe't the unirit- rnllectlnn Hen- d'iar mends, youTI meet l ediction. aad grt, Jordan Hlai la Hear'n above; Beyond the far-o3 utarry sky. Ia thvt bright world of Joy aad love, By B. H. January, Nashville, Tenn. O Go!" ta all a blesaiag- s-nd. Aid m each -mourner, cpmfort giTe; Too much attention carnot t giTei -lz-X ncti cajrol ccili ke tater- to the training of the yoaag, Pa-'ti to da Jat -whit tie proprietor rents should not turn fceir chi:ira ' C:ri to do; tel hl this ia Ui out to run at will; for they' :s-5 5'-. aotir Et eTeat U also go wherever their mmda lead then cosia to It Tery prcb- or wherever they are attracted. They ; able that toe tie year b out a come In contact more often with the , p-ark will taTe ta wtahlished by bad and vicious than with' the good. th city for tie rtdaiiTe cm cf Ne- and In most cases they take to the rroe. It will t the eaal o! any bad. As a result they pick up. hereia tiia rate or tie Soth, ard If k and there language that would taake cated ia tie tpot that is generally the oldest person blush, and thatjipokea o?, it will vxMt tatura! re when used by children, shocks the j sources sMora foaid 5a park. So most debased and corrupt people. No. tie lots of "Coney Lslaad" will be the one likes a saucy child; no one can sain of a better" park, owned and tolerate a child that uses vulgar lan-maintained by the city, guage, therefore parents would do ; Greenwood Park U well k&own an1 we'l to pay more attention to their; needs no comraent here. Ttouwrndj children. They should instruct them i will continue to visit this celebrated how to deport themselves abroad as; park each year and the cana?emtnt well as at home, and see to it that ' is as relentless as ever in beautifying they use decent language, and re- j and properly preparing for the amuse member that they must be corrected i ment and comfort of aM who will every day by precept and example, 'viait this park. Liner's Park on the ; e&Et sidf is a new venture, but gives I great promise. So with these places iMiiWmoniponnW!of oul, amugen)ent Nashville ELIZA J. DEATH OF MRS, LEWIS. Mrs. Eliza J. Lewis departed thU life March 23th at 11:25 a. after a brief illness. She was 78 years old, having been a Christian and member of St. Eli Baptist Church 49 years. She waa conscious to the end, calling her family around her bed and bid din? them good by. She told them to nhout, not cry. for she was only going to leep; to call the neighbors and let them se a nalnt go home. Aroind her bed when the end came were hr family, pastor and a tost of friends. She requested Revs. Green Thompson, Martin Slater, Sam uel Bryant, Bob Estman and Wm. SneJ to srak ever her remains; to rpeak truthfully of the life he had Uv!. Text: Psalm 23:1, "The Lord Is my khepherd I shall not want." She leaven to mourn their loss a hus band. thre daughters, one son, three bro.b:n. two sister and several grandchildren. cently In the courts and were thereby! able to f.tave off what Is feared will i be the inevitable. The people of j .SVgroes can feel a deal of pride In their horn-j city. this country are hoping that this grand old organization wi!l eventual- San Antonio Hustler. . i !.. J 1 ly settle all her troubles in an hem-1 The e.iuy nus-ier, puuiibnea in orable, straightforward, business-like j San Antonio, Texas has passed hito wav I new hands. One of the members of jthis new company Is Mr. L. D. Bum- : brey, who was for several years con Emancipation Semi centennial. j nected with the National "Baptist Pub News haf reached this city that a i.hiiig House in this city. He Is bill has passed the United States ' we!l known here and wag wise enough SenaUs appropriating $2oOKK to aid before returning to his home state to In the celebration of the fiftieth an-j select for his life partner one of the niversary of the Emancipation of the ! charming daughters of Tennessee. American 'aves. The bill Is now up 'other members of the company are to the Lower House, and it is be! lev-! experienced newspaper men and the ed It will pass this branch of Con- gress without much opposition. Thej Senate Is strongly Republican and would naturally be looking to econo omy at this time, being as It In on the eve of a presidential election, i They havvj paseed the bill and It is' expected that the Lower House will concur in heir action, being as they are majority democratic and from the Bection of the country where the exposition would most likely be held. Every Negro in the country should see to It that his Congressman is urged to support this bill. The na tion owes It to the Negro, and the ex-slaves and their children have made such progress as to deserve this much aid rn an effort to tshow Hustler should Bet a hot pace In the Ione Star State. There never was a company of Negroes or ganized for the purpose of publishing and printing bettter qualified and more evenly balanced than the pro prietors oi the Hustler Publishing Company. The Globe hopes for these yung men great success and we believe that such will be their reward, for they know how to do It, and the knowing how is a guaran. tee of KuoceKH In anything. Senator Taylor. In the death of Senator Roberw Ivove Taylor, Tennessee lows a citi zen who has held the admiration of this commonwealth for more than a GOOOLETTSVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Call! Thomas is quite sick at her home. Mr. Lem Utley. one of our most influential citizens ans business mn. lost two fine horse Sunday night. Tfcy wr killed on the railroad. Mrs Lu'a Matthews was called to the bed side of her sick mother. Mrs. Callie Thomas. Miss Evalena Crossroy is still quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Utley spent last week In Nashville. Mrs. Sallie Thompson's school was to have gone on a fishing trip last Thurs day afternoon, but on account of te rain, the trip was postponed until a later date. Rev. Stewart, pastor of the C. M. E. Church, is doing a ireat work for good In this community SOUTH SIDE AND CUNNINGHAM NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Larson Kilgro 1 st their infant last Wednesday. The In- term-nt took place at Round Pond Cemetery. Those on the sick list are Mesdames Susan Eleazer, Settle Rainey. Anna Daniel, Dona Hegwood, Elizabeth Batson and daughter, Messrs. Robert Levia and Floyd Bat son. Mrs. Fannie Worly, of String Town , visited Mrs. Ada Hopkins last week. Mrs. Percy L. Beam and lit tle Miss Mabel Beam spent last Mon day evening and night with Mrs. Jo ash Collins, near South Side. They were most royally entertained. At 6:30 p. m. a three-course menu was served. The people of this vicinity have become very interested In read ing the Globe. The following sub scribed three mo-nths for the Globe: Miss Lizzie Collins, Messrs. Westly Slayden Mack Smith and H. H. Kirk man. The W. H. and F. M. S. of the A. M. E. Church had quite a success In the entertainment last Saturday night, realizing the sum of $6.04. The Cum berland River Baptist Association convened at Cabin Row Baptist Church March 28-31. Thursday after noon at 3:45 p. in. the house was called to order by Rev. Fuller. Rev. Northington offered prayer. After Mass-Meeting. At 3:30 p. m. quite a timely pro gram was rendered by the young peo ple, which was as follows: Welcome address, Miss Mary Collins; response, Mr. A. H. Kirkman, paper, "The In fluence of Woman," Miss Mary Hunt er; response, Mrs. Eliza Wiley; paper, "Obedience," Miss Vloletta Key; re sponse, Mr. Allen Hughes; trio, "Abide with me," Misses Lillian Ralmey, Lottye Jackson and Alice Clark; paper. "The Duty of Woman In Her Home," Miss Elanzrie' Klrn- man; response, Mr. Westly Siayden; paper, "Advice to the Young," Miss Lillian Ralmey; response, Mr. Mack Smith; paper, "Our Boys and Girls,'' Miss Lottye Jackson; response, Rev. J. S. Fuller; paper, "The Unbeliever," Miss Alice C'ark; response, Rev. Northington; paper, Miss Lizzie Col lins, "Some of the Failures of Our Boys and Girls;" response, Mrs. Percy L. Beam. Adjourned to reassemble at 7:3.0 p. m., at which time Rev. Northington preached a most excel lent sermon. The total collection raised during the meeting was $17.83. REVIVAL AT PAYNE CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH. Quite an Interesting revival service is being conducted at Payne Chapel under the pastorate of Dr. H. L. P. Jones. Several have made profession. Rev. Jas. Childress, pastor of Salem A. M. E. Church, North Nashvire; Rev. Richmond, of Braden Memorial M. E. Church, East Nashville, and Rev. P. G. Turner, of Carthage, Tenn., have rendered able sermons In the meeting. Monday night's service was conducted by Revs. Webb and Turner. Presiding Elder F. W. Gardner, D. D., held his Quarterly Conference here Sunday and Monday night. He preached two very able Bermons to the delight of all present. The fol lowing cash reports were made Mon day night to the Quarterly Confer ence: Stewardess Board, $27.50; Trus tee Helpers, $30.02; Willing Workers, $27.12; Minnehaha Club, $20.00: Class Leaders' reports, $27.35; total, $132.09. This leads all quarterly conference re ports in the South Nashville District this Conference year. Three Stew ardesses from St. Paul A. M. E. Church were present, viz.: Mesdames Jackson, Campbell and Bates. GENTLEMEN: IF YOU LIKE TO WEAR THE BEST TAILOR MADE SUITS OR PANTS I ADVISE YOU TO SEE HEN GORDON 475 North College Hi. Nahvills Tenn. Icansiveyou $10.00 on each suit. $2.50 on each pair of pants. My suits and pants are made !y the best tailors in the country. I hive suits fully worth $25.00 and up to $35.00 which I sell at half price. If you want to find out see BEN GORDON DON'T FAIL TO COME AND SAVE YOUR MONEY BEN GORDON 475 North College St. XaMhville. Tenn. AN EDUCATIONAL TREAT "A TRIP TO PANAMA" THIS SUBJECT WILL BE TREATED BY DR. R. H. BOYD, D. D., LL. D. AT THE SPRUCE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, Monday Night, April S(li, 1912 for the benefit of the church. A special invitation is extended to the schools. ADMISSION lO CENTS Tickets on sale at One Cent Saving Bank, The Palms Ice Cream Par lors and the People's Bank and Trust Co. MRS. PATSY JONES PASSES AWAY. Chicago, 111., April 3. Mtb. Patsey Jones,, formerly of Nashville, Tenn., but for the lost twelve years a resident of this oily, died at her home, 3GG8 Wabash ave nue, Sunday,. March 24th. She had been ill for several months, but not until Wednesday before her death. did her children realize that the cad was so near. Telegrams were sent to her three absent sons, two of whom hastened to her bedside. Mrs Jones was loved by all who knew her, and gained the confidence and esteem of all with whom she dealt In a business way. She survived her husband, who died fourteen years ago in New York City. At her bedside at the time of her death, were seven The Only Sporting Goods House in the City Largest Line of Base Ball and Fishing Tackle Goods in the South Let us prove it Dixie Sporting Goods Go. 40S CIIUIICH STHKKT of her children. Her death Is a sad b'ow to her children and to a host of friends In this city, and also at her former home in the South. She leaves to mourn her four sons, four daughters and sixteen grand children. Mrs. K. J. Bills, Mrs. C. R. Lewis, Mrs. Sallie M. Downs, Mrs. Louise. Langston, Mr. G. W. Jones, all of Chicago; Mr. Andrew Jones, ol New York; Rev. J. A. Jones, presi dent of Turner College, Shelbyville, Tenn., and Mr. Clarence Jones, of Sail Lake, Utah. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness during the illness of our beloved mother, and their assistance after.her demise, also for the beautiful floral offering to her sainted memory. (Signed) THE FAMILY. (Mrs. K. J. Bills.) THE W. E. H. C. The V. E. P. C'ub met with Miss Ella B. Driver, 934 Main street, Tues day, March 2Gth. The meeting was called to order by President Leslie Rowan. This being a regular busi ness meeting, quite a deal of business was transacted. After the indulgence in few ganes 'he enjoyment of which was interspersed with music, the club was favored by short talks and words of encouragement from many of the visitors, among which was an able address by Mr. A. F. Williams. At the next social meet ing which will be held April 23rd will be a debate, subject: Resolved, that woman's love is greater than that of man." Afflrmatices: Miss Geneva Ben der and Mr. Robt. Sumner. Negatives:' Messrs. Alex. Tipton and John Brown, Jr. Friends are invited to be pres ent at all meetings. The club ad journed to meet with Mr. Immanuel Glbbs at the home of Mr. Charley Powell, 304 Clay street. Just before adjournment Miss Driver served a de licious ice course. The visitors pres ent were Miss Hannah Davis, Miss Dorothy Bennett, Messrs. Steve Mc Call, R. W. Wade, Henry Matthews, McKlssack and A. F. Williams. THE SERVICES AT HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. The services at Holy Trinity Church on Easter are: Blessing cf Memorials at 10:30; Holy Commun ion at 11 o'clock; Children's Service at 1:00 o'clack. Even Song in honor of Guilds and distributing of Medals and Awards. Gounod's Mass will be sung with the Celebration of the Holy Communion, and the final blessing with Stainer's Seven Fold Amen. The choir will be assisted by well-known vocal talent. The pub lic is welcome to these services.' HARTSVILLE NOTES. We highly appreciate our pastor, Rev. J. H. Kerr, for his good and wholesome instruction and his good management. We feel that he is leading us from conquest to victory. On Sunday, March 31st. we raised $30 . of our educational money for Shelbyville High School, and. have the rest in sight. The church is In a prosperous condition, ;