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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913.
f G3t0 thB STAR THEATRE H n:cti)ARST. IJ ADMISSION S REELS DAILY & CTN. HISS LAURA E. ALLEN Teacher of Pica Graduate of Walden University, Furil of Herman Blair. American Conserva tory, Chicago, 111 Fhoa 11 5147 VHAT THE 58TH GENERAL AS- SEMBLY HAS DONE FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY. Ey Geo. R. White, M. D., D. V. State Live Stock Inspector. Ba.idrnce 648 FoJi St The Queen City - CAFiC - On the PUBLIC SQUARE opposite the Monu ment' U the place to lunch, heo in Franklin" M HALS at all HOUHS MR. TOM BU FORD, Prop. -CHURCH ST1JKET TONSOIUAL PARLOR Hair Cnttiu, Maseakiag, aid Sbampae ing a Specialty. J. L. PKNN. Proprietor. SttCkarekSt. NAS1IVII IK. 1ENN Majestic Theatre Under tame management as the Star Tkcalra moving Pictures c AdmiNNiun 5c CHANGE OF OFFICE Office Hours: 11 A. M. to to 1 .30 P. M. 5 to 7:3o P. M. Phone Main H09 DR. H. H. WALKER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offic i:iir.rsi. lii.iaoaa. SI Uairkaraa St. LIGHTFORD NURSERY R. 3, Box 6. HUNTSYH1E. MA. N0T1CC $6.00 worth of Trees for $5.00 t eveoboily alike. I make a specialty of Trimming Trees and Plants. A Postal Card will bring me to see you. 1 will teacb you how to care for your rlania. Peaches 1 5cU Each Early May Flower Elbert Carman Belieof Ga. 6alway HUey O. M.Fre -Heath Cling Phillip Clip g Llfthtford White lhamptnn Other varieties on hand, ask for them Pears 1 5cf s. Each Ea. TTvrefct Klefler Apples I Sets Each Wine Sap HtarkilJ Plk. ben Parts Early Harvest Ked June Y How June tea Davis California Privet $i.7d per 100 Two . v en r Plants J2.C0 per 100 I have other Privets fcrsulo. ARk for price-son them AH animal husbandmen and other well Informed people thoroughly ap preciate the Importance of develop ing the live stock industry by pro tecting it from the ravages of con tagious diseases which must be done ly the enactment of adequate law, and their strict enforcement by qual ified, honest and conscientious oS li cials. That the importance of this class of legislation was not entirely over looked by the 5Sih General Assembly the following will attest: Chapter lb' Acts 1913. (Senate Bill No. 4G.) This Act provided for the change of the title of S.ate Live Stock Inspector to State Veterinar ian. The passage of this law puts live stolk Sanitary Control work on a higher plane and will be instru mental in securing more recognition (t our efforts by officials of other I elates engaged i nine same lass of t cientific work. "State Veterin-' crian" is now a unilorm title well recognized and fully underslood in all states of the Union. Chapter 5, Acts 1913 (Senate-Bill No. 1.) This Act changed the ap pru'isment feature of Chapter 156, Acts 19101. It protects the counties by placing a maximum price limited at which a diseased animal may be appraised before being killed. Under the provision of this Act $G5 lor a horse and $25 for a cow is as much as an owner can receive out of the County treasury, when the animal is r'aughtered by the State Vetenna firian for the purpose of protecting ht-a'.th of other animals in a lommu t.ity. As much as $100 may be paid fr pure bred and registered rnimals when the pedigree is prov en by certificates of registry from the herd or record books wnere reg istered Chapter 6, Acts 1913 (Senate Bill No. 15.) Is an Act regulating the t'.istribution, sale and use of virulent blood from Hog Cholera infected hegs or "Virus" This Act willibama. minimize the dancer of the spread of Mr. J. Cholera from the indiscrimina'e sale and use of Cholera Virus is that it makes it necessary for persons sell ing and using "Virus" in this state to first obtain a written permit from ihe State Veterinarian. The passage of this Act did not in any manner p.ffect the sale and use of Anti Hog Cholera Serum, as there is a distinct difference between "Virus" and ser um. Charter 15, Act 1913, (Senat3 E1U No. 37.) This Act changed the rrriod of notice to be given owners of tick infect cattle of disinfect them, from 15 days to 5 days. It 7 . , . . also gives recognition to the Stan Grapes l-cts ties I (,6rd Arsenicai Solution In tick era Any variety you need Nation work. The passage of thi3 VrauhWM I law was largely instrumental in b?mm f.v.J Seeing 8everal counties from tick 85c,p.rlOO, Any kind nfpRtatlnn 4nd caused tbe qjaran. Shade Trees tine to be raisei and-the whole state 35 cents to $t.oo each 'Of Tennessee placed above the Fed- 1 eral Quarantine Line. Evergreens t3 addition tj passing the above 60 cents to tl.OO each General Live S'ock Sanitary Con- 7. : trol Laws the 5Sth General Assemb'y Magnolias ciaced an appr .priation of $10,000 60 cents to ti.oo each gt the disposal of the Agricultural Department for the purpose of estab lishing an Anti-Hog Cholera Serum Flan, for the purpose of manuiact Miss Lorilla E. Bushnell expects to give a series of talks on the He brew Tabernaela at our Wednesday J afternoon praye--meet!ngs which be gins at three thirty. We hope many will avail themselves of this privi lege. The Christian Workers' Confer ence is planning to hold a Parents' Meeting, November 17. Monday right at eight o'clock in the Clark Memorial M. E. Church. Rev. Thos. Ballou, pastor of the Spruce SL I aptist Church is expected to give n address on "How to interest the young people in the home." Mrs. Eliza Peterson of Texarkana, Tex., National Superintendent of i the Women s Christian Temperance Tjnion among colored who has been spending some time in our city since he adjurnment of the National Bap tist Convention, left for Brooklyn, N. Y , iast wtek to attend the World's XV. C. T. J. While in this city Mrs Peterson was the guest of Miss Florence Burnett. NASHVILLE. TENN. Cbemes I Sets tub May Duke Early Richmond Plums I5cts Red June Wlckerson Bur bank figs I Oct' Eaca Roses l5ctEach Any variety you want LECTURE COURSE AT TUSKEGEE Special to the Globe. Tuskegee, Ala., Oct. 23 The Executive Council of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute has decided to invite a representative group of successful colored business men throughout the country to visit Tuskegee Institute during the school jesr 1913-4 for the purpose of speak ing to the student body. In Pkch rasA the nergnna invitpd are asked to speak upon the partic- are known ular line of business activity in which they are engaged, the purpose being to give the students direct contact wi h Negro men and women who have succeeded in various bus iness directions. Among those already invited are the following: Mr. J. C. Napier, Nashville, Tenn says the department of agriculture in a report, "lies in large numbers. If the crow population can be kept don so that its normal food is suf ucleut, there is every reason why the farmers should encourage the bird to remain about their tarma. Not long ago an agent of the de partment was watching a crow feed ing in a corn field. It seemed that the'b.rd was pulling the young corn and carrying u to a nearby nest to feed its young. After the crow had left the nest the agent climbed the tree and serured the young birds. All examination showed that instead of I young corn, the older bird had been feeding the young ones with cut worms gathered from around the corn plants. 'I-rows are notoriously clannish birds, and, except during a tew weeks at nesting time, are usually gregarious, lor, although two nests ure seldom built in the same tree, yet a halt dozen pairs often buiid within easy hearing distance of each other, and If one is disturbed, all are likely to unite for common pro tection or protest. "When the young are able to fly me parents accompany them, form ing little family parties of six or eight, and these soon associate with siiiihar pariies. They commonly travel In flocks and often congregate in large numbers, but only during winter do they unite to roost in im mense communities. Many roosts where not less than jOO.OOU crows spend the night during this season of the year, and most of these roosting places have been used year after year." a i ...I ... .I., i. iii I ? - .. ' '- MATCH NOTES. lie v. lloiiuea, of. m. rieasant, will piuuh 10 1 lat ilOnntbo people at Mr. -Charles Banks, Mound Bayou, j u v0""Ua m , 'veuiuer. Kev. u nit v inutia auu tuc ptople at Luuie JLSeUei will cjl- M'ss Mr. G. W. Gilliams, Okolona, Miss. Mr. Jonas W. Thomas,- Bennetts ville, S. C. Mr. P. D. Blackwoll, Fummerfield, Fla. Mr. John Brown, Montgomery, la. Mr. C. II. James, Charleston, W. Va. Mr A. J. Wilborn, Tuskegee, Ala Groves, Edwardsville, Asparagus Roots 3 cents each AGENTS WANTED Ilent Terras Johnson, Mobile, Ala. A. F. H?rndon, AManta, Ga. G. V. Franklin, Chattanooga, J. II. Kan. Mr. C. Mr. Mr. Tenn. Mr. Da. Mr. Ala. Mr. field, Mo. Mr. W. A. Wallace, Chicago, 111. Mr. Watt Terry, Brockton, Mass Mr. J. H. Fagain, Montgomery, Blodgett, Jacksonville Windham, Birmingham, James S. Hardwick, Spring- E'. L. Banking. Walker, Rich- Mirs. Maggie mond. Va. Dr. U. G. Mason, Birmingham, Stores. Mr. Deal Jackson, 'Albany, Ga. U.ud to ivev. iiuiiuts a uearty wrl tome. Airo. iSl-Ujc riippm is m SL Louis visiting utr boii, johu viliie, uuu fiieijUo. lui. Li-inuiiu Swctm-y UUU lilb Vtlle,' J11S. isuaUU ftLUt, aits iu Farming kuu ViSiimg reiauvi aua lntuuo. ivi.. vvuue Gitcu is ou ilic McK uat. ve nope he will be ao.e to Ue out in a tew uays. Mr. lOoi lunnaru w.ia the gueet of au u.uiuer, iiis. busan Swteuty, last Tuuiscuy. Mis. Annie jvinuard waa in u itw daya lust week, but is now aoie to be up again. L.illle Mi-a Fearline Jrlippm aptut laat Saturuay uuu ttunuuy Uigat with little Miaa liultic ijucae d'OCnLti. Wiss Jttlla Kinuaid spent a pa-usdut evening with Mrs. Cora flipyin lust Tuesaay ev.- nitig. Mr. Aut urttu unu nis wiiu, Mia. Aruelia Green spent Sunday evening with hia bicn brotner, Yvinie, unu aiao His uiotbcr, Mrs. uoae Green. LEAR1! TO GROW HAIR And F.3a!:o Uonoy i Complete Course by Mail Or by Personal Instructions A DIPLOr.M FROM Lelia College Of Hair Gulluro Is a Passport to Prosperity s Your Eaii Short? Breaking off, Thin or Falling Out? Have you Tetter, Eczema? Does your Scalp itch? Have more than a normal amount of Dandruff? If so, write for MME. C. J. WALKER'S WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER, which positively cures all Scalp Diseases, stops the Hair from Falling Out and starts it at once to Growing. These remedies, are manufactured only by ho Mmo. G. .J. Walker Llfg. Go. 640 N. West Street, Indianapolis, Ind. A six weeks, trial treatment sent to any address by mail for $1.70. Make all Money Orders payable to Mme. C. J. Walker. Send stamp for reply. AGENTS WANTED. Write for terms. MADAM C. J. WALKER President of the Madam C J. Walker Mfg. Co., and the Lelia College, 640 N. West St. Indianapolis. Ind. Gardening. i Mr. J. D. McDuffy, Ocala, Fla General Merchandising. Mr. V. H. urinz Serum and distributing it to Ala If you buy Trees from me you have my co operation forever. A discount to farmers Send order now to the address above. the swine owners of Tennessee at actual cost of production. ANNUAL EXIBITION OF SMITH FIELD FAIR. THE Has Waicli I' REE f 1 n i" t'T to t iitroilnc e our lierrrdy. -; A A h"D"lal-n"1,1 ''" ' ' " it , ,V I tYlAmi-riruri nia.i- .'t ill m.l. HL-m j-it will !, prijjKTIiii-, r yaranttr-i iturtivf ytari. fnr flliitf at 3"c r prr hottif . i holt 'f. ol ourwonrr I'tl KiiltH't mifi lU.iUdt-r kianiT. W hen Kill! imJ 1. and He li-tid tlm unt a. (trilar tha rr;fl Icma Ti IjNV. H"nd ni mnn- v. Ha Ctnmpioa Kidurr Kcofdj Co., SpriiiifitU, Uan WANTED Job Printer at once Good pay. Steady work. National Baptist Publishing Board 523 Second Ave., North, Nashville, Tenn. Sptlial to the Globe, r I, ; .v Ladies! Ladies! Ladies! Are you having trouble with your hair not growing? Dandruff Chaser and Hair Grower is the reme y MANUFACTURED BY MRS. N. B. WILSON Tlione M. 4381 13 Trimble Street, Nat-hville, Tenn. fimithfie. Virs'nia. Oct. 27. The third annual exhibition of the Nans man Sury & Isle of Wright Coun t'es Conference and Fair will be Itld here next week beginning Thursday the Cth and running until Saturday. The Emancipation will tie specialized at this year's fair, ti.e progress the race has made dur ing their fifty years of freedom will he exhibited and it i expected that Negroes of this portion of Virginia will give a splendid account of them selves. The offilers of the Fair Association are R H. Hall, presi cent, Dr. D. W. Baker, General man iper, and George F. Goodwin secre tary. Tulane, Mon'gomery, Chambliss, Tuskegee, Mr. Wm. V Ala. Farming and Mercandisinp. Mr.. Scott Bond Madison, Ark. Insurance. Mr. John Merrick, Durham, N. Mr. Tenn. A. N. Undertsking. Johnson, Nashville, FRaNkLIN NOTES. Mr. Mr. and. Airs, llios. W. H.ouse ana litue aduguttr, Heien spent a celighttul day with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jonaon aunday on tne Carter fa Creek Pike. A tweive course dinner was served and enjoyed immenaeiy. 'lLe table t'any groaned under tha de licious eatables. After dinner Mrs. Johnoon entertained her friends with r:usic, ofter which fruit was served. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berry of Leip es Fork wa3 also present. R. J. LYLES, Prea. aaa Traaa. W. H. WILSON Vioa-Prea aaa Sm. HENRY G. NICHOL. Mlr. viarrrea.aa M. VOLUNTEER MFG. CO. 2(M PUItl.IC SQUAItl? MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE OVEUALLN ANII PANTS UNION MAIIIi Final I'aclurr to adopt Union label In IhU aectlon. Contractors. Mr. R. E Pharrow, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. H. W. Strickland, Birmingham, Ala. Grocers. Baking. Real Estate. A. Payton, New P. j A SONG SERVICE. 1 The A. C. E. League of St. Paul i A. M. E. Churrch on Oct. 26, at 7 1 o'clock p. m.. the following program I was rendered: Song "All Hail the Power of Je- . fus' Name." Scripture Lesson, 11C j 1 r-Ealm, by Miss J. C. Mason, presl ! dnt Invocation, Dr. J. W. Sexton. , Selection, Junior Choir. Address, ! .'unior Choir. Poper, "How to make this year the best in our society s Mr, City. Harnessmaklng. Later, It is proposed to cthf-r successful colored men women, but for the present yeair tre above list represents hose who have been invited to speak to the Ktudent body. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. The recent annual conference of the A. M. E. church which convened at Fuyttieville has appointed Rev. B. A. Morris to Tuilahomu Station and Rev. Mr. Jeffries, of Little Bethel, at this place to succeed Rev. Mori.. While a great many ptople are sadly Giiapi:oiiiU-d in the change, there U a luyjl membership here and there is no doubt but that this people will welcome the new pa?tor and make his stay a success. Rev. Mr. Hall, Uu newly appointed pator of the A. M. E. Zion Churcn, is making his murk as a eo.spel minister. Teachers' In stitute Saturday, the 25th, was an in- jtereaing affair. Prof. J. P. Greer, the nw'.y elected president, presided. All the teacheis wire present with the ex ception nf Mrs. Lula Shocklcy, of Jasper. The next monthly nu'etlug' will be held at the city school build ing, Mrs. B. A. Morris, principal, at which time Mrs. Morris and her pa trons will entertain the teachers at dinner. Miss Lillian Walker has re turned to Jasper after several weeks' visit to ber cousin, Mrs. Arthur Cape. Mrs. G. VV. Cain is visiting In Chat- Invite 'tanooga nnd Dayton. MIs3 Floza and Clark, who recently returned from Sharp-Flanigan-Hamilton Furniture Co. are prepared to show you the most up-to-date furni ture at the most reasonable prices and terms of .any furniture store in Nashville. Give Us a Look Before Buying Reed Sharp Martin Flanigan 311-313 Second Avenue, North 1ILARY E. HOWSE PHONE, MAIN IOCS York HOWSE BROS, FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY" We Can Furnish Your Home bonipitte fron- ranor t Kitchen We Take Old Good a First Payment; Balance weekly r Menthtr 104:308-308 BROADWAY NASHVILLETENHV TO SAYS CROW IS VALUABLE FARMERS. ..Washington, D. C, Oct. 20. Con demned, despised and slaughtered for decades as a bird destructive in agricultural fle'ds, the crow Is about Lot 30 feet froth by 150 feet deep on ivest slae of Oi ern n Stnet, just south of Archer bireii. ,or $'t4U on time or $160 co.s7i.' Acdre&s R. in care of The Globe. 447-4th Ave., North. 'story," by Miss J. C. Mason. Solo.jto come into its own and be given r,.i:?iMur vuai 1 cue. ninper uy by League. Benediction by presi dent. NOTICE. The W. E. P. Club will meet Tues- I day night, November 4 It, at the! ! heme of Miss Geneva Bender, G22 ! Webster street. The president has made a special request for all mem bers to be present as business of e.reat importance is to be discussed. everlasting recognition as the farm ers' friend. The case of the crow was recently reopened by the depart ment of agriculture, and as a result of an Investigation by the biological Brownsville, has recovered from sev eral days' illness "and has re-entered KChool. Mrs. C. B. Jones, of Chatta nooga, spent several days here visit ing Mrs. George Gaines. Mrs. Jonts left here for Fayetteville, where she witnessed the annual session of the A. M. E. conference before her re turn home. Mrs. Walter Gaines, who peit a pleasant time at Bass, Ala., visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Trlrnew. has returned much Improved. Mr. Harvey Hyatt goes to Dayton this week to claim for his bride Miss L T. Freeman, of that city. Mr. Hyatt 13 a young widower of menm and a progressive citizen. Congratulations. Mrs. E. J. Morris has been the gu-M of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cummlngs the past week. The Henry Byrom Union The National Life and Acci dent Insurance Co. Nasbvilln, Trail. Cash Capital $200,000.00 Life, Health and Accident In surance in one Policy Weekly and Moutkly Premium pi ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stamps announce the npproachlru marriage of their daughter. LlH'n tr Mr. Murray Mc Ewen, Not. I, 1811 1 FIRESIDE SCHOOL. Mls3 Lorilla E. Bushnell and Mrs. M?ry H. Flowers ' represented the I'iieside School work at the Slate f invention lately held in Knoxville. They were able also to attend the Exposition there. Miss Mae Cox our former efficient stenographer, writes that she is I leased with hr new position at Miles Memorial College at Birming ham, Ala. The Christian Workers' Confer-t-rce have begun meetings at Fire tide School hea lquarte.T. The next t'.petlng will be on the second Mon day !n November. The workers survey It lias been decided that the bird is of great value to the farmers. sod,tv mvet;s nt Mt. jMhl? hem BaptM Church this week. Miss M. L. Evans did not arrive last Tues- Insteai of being persecuted frightened by divers means, and the I farmers should encourage the crow, according to the experts of the bio logical survey. The scarecrows that adorn the farms and gardens should be stripped, and the Idea of 'hns frightening the crow abandon ed for all time. "After a careful study of the hab its and the examination of a large number of stomachs, the depart ment experts have reached the con clusion that the crow consumes enough grasshoppers, cut worms, white grubs and other Injurious In sects to make him highly valuable to the farmers. "There Is. however, one bad habit the crow has, and that Is the de struction of young birds and birds' eggs, hut tills trait, In the opinion day night nnd the Literary wns car ried out instead. Dr. XV. G. Ashapp has Just returned from a visit to Knox- Iville, where he attended to drug Dusi- ness. I. ope to take a ccurss of eight or I of experts, Is outweighed by the rine lectures on "How we got ourjgood the bird Is doing the farmer Fible." All nre Invited to come; In the destruction of worms an I In- ic these meetings and be profited Ly the lessons. sect 8. 'The one danger from the crow," SPORTING NEWS. Booster vs. Tigere. The Rocktown Boosters beat the Archer Street Tigers 30 tl 24 In football. The Tigers outweighed the Boosters many pounds. Mason played a game -of his life at quarter back. Seay played at left end anl received many forward passes. The line-up was as follows: Boosters: Quarter-back, Mason; left halfback, Taylor: right halfback, Tate; cen ter, Jackson; left end, Seay; right end. Dlllhunty; left guard, Har graves; right guard, Wilson; left tar-l'lo, McKIssack; right tackle, Arthur, fullback; Gyp; substitute: Haddox. Have you tried our new drink? BEER ETTE (NUNINTUXICATING) A Wonderfnl product of the Brew Ib Art. On Sale by the Glass and Cottle at Soft Drink Stands. Bottled also for Family Use. Delicious, Healthful and Nourishing VIADB OINL"Y kY The Wm. Gcrst Brewing Company. X THE PEHFKCT FLOUR LEONTE Foi BISCUITS, CAKES. WAFERS. Etc. The best on the market. All good cooks use it. LIBEUTY MII.I.S NAIIV!I.M-. . . TKXKUSNDK.