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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917.
Ll i VJpfk-PnA P,iiPr The dining room is operated on the
if CCIV-CHU VJUcbl. European system and its cuisine riv
al ilotel Dale Cape May
als that of the finest hotel ot record.
I Here is a place wl ere those who ap-
T I ' . ; predate simple elegance of service
11. I. i''u "ii mai makes ror ease or living
. . may have their desire satisfied with-
Cane May, N. J. June 15th. 1917- 0LextrAva ance
(Special to OlnliB Afro w ii rni l n Abyssinian oronestra renders
son, nrnener N. Y. Mr. J. B. John- ""'"u BUU coucena umu;weeK. Airs. Mattie Cothran of Ark
son, rniiaaeiphia, Pa. Mr. T. W. """"s " . me open air.ansaw is visiting her parents in Ma-
Mann' the P,easaBt ue8t of Mr. and Mrs. famous "Liberty Loan" was being Grand Register of Deeds, Mrs. Vir-j
AVltlOUil William MprrtwAnthar IKfi C PvntkU ' Til o.trl hi.fniu liii imnrln maocot. 'oinfA C 11 i fir- . A
. w V; uium ! nmtttvMU u,aoi.a b'Ua O. IV .mama., OOH dlUJCtlU, A'C,
Esq. J. w. Boyd spent the week-end PL Miss Blanche Walker spent Wed- He was present at several meetings Memphis, Tenn.
in Memphis on official business. He nesday of each week In giving piano of the directors of the Supreme Order I The-jeports and money must be in
was successful in getting judgment lessons. Miss Carrie Dixon is m ..en- t Helpers of the World, of which he the hands of the Grand Officers no lat
against the L. & N. Railroad Co., for phis attending the summer normal 18 chief executive. The fraternl. er than July 12th, 1917. I am earnest
injuries received toy Jams White- at Howe Institute. IJttl Mim Rrthn ;ty has grown to seven or eight lodges i ,,,,, m ..h o ,.
low. Dr. R. S. Fields and Miss Ester Harmon, the attractive daughter of a,nd ls i, a n,Snlv Prosperous condi- all money Is sent to the proper officers
Lee Fields were also In Mefnhla last Mrs. Mattie Currin sniil lt Snmiiv i Hon.
1 lllinibolllt. tlx Ul.nrta WMnflDlrl
Each lodge is named after a
on time. No time will be given at the
colored leader. Some of the r. r . . n.i
the charming daughter of Rev. ,d , ?e l'TZ S All Grand Officers having reports to
Grace and wife, Albany, N. Y. Mr. n'"f men'8, ar numerous, with lawn ,. Mr. .Nathan C. Westbrook of Mrs. William Winneld have returned lZ0"fi' ?nJ,ke.r, T' MnV make before the Grand Court will
Mack Roberson. P!hBlrlelnlii p. tennis courts on the premises. The Ellendale. Tenn. wa th
J. a. lewla. Phlladelnhia. Pa Mr s "Iuiai ol"" u noiei is aoove re- e.'U Fields last Sundav. Mr. and
Specialist Says Everyone
Should D ink Hat Water
in The Morning
Wash Away All Tha S.emh, Liver
and Bowel Poisons Bator Breakfast
w. mormon. Pittohnroh T i iuouu auu toiwh cruuii dq ine man Jnnn Tavinr haM Km nui . i Snmnoo tiioh oi i - ti,.i i
H. Scott. Philadelphia Pa. Mr. B. K Kement who have passed the crucial Lucy A Taylor and Mr. David Bur- W re s-ent a short while with his pa-! wait S ?,
t.. TU 1 1- J 1 . . K flPrln1 Bnd lltAnil Vln Out n 1. a fnn .1. 1 . . ... ... - ' 1U II UY Wal& U lilt
uiis, riiuaueipnia, ra, Mr.s. J. Jor- ' " T w visitors at tne Field's rents, Kev. and Mrs. Ware last Sunday Mr. Napier was
uiiu. fllliaaeinnia. Hn 1r Vi.q,.i. i. "' lul'J i is iho nnmn fieflHfi Rnnn nnv nnwa fni (ha llr nnil Mra Uoriinan if c?nAn
J " - ... w. iivuinnu OLaillUil.
To feel your best, day in and day
out, to feel clean Inside, no sour bile
to coat your tongue and sicken your
Nunley. Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. Ger- most PDular hostelry of colored peo- Globe In on Monday.
iruae Nuniev, Philadelphia Pa Miss " wuuiry.
Lucy M. White. Philadelphia Pa Mr ono seen for himself the I
and Mrs. Tlieo. A. Shorts Vaniden ,charminB rooma tn tnis Palatial build- j
N. J. Rev. Henry S. McDulTev phi'a- s 11 la not Pssible to conceive the;
delnhla. Pa. .Mr. Arthur s Ballev ,'r'',"ft and ele'ian;e of tne decorations, i
Philadelphia. Pa. Mr John C G Tem- 1If?ntinS nl lurnishlng of the room
Tllfi. F MD Tih D Do n a h- ".
- A tfc. I . ftllU itiia.
w vuuuiou wuu xiave irave'p
abroad have been guests at this hotel
Arringtnn and wife, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ex-Congressman Geo. H. White, Phila
delphia Pa. Miss Estella Crltohett,
I1U11- .1 -1.1 . n.
Ph!lrlAlnMo P . M, r. TO.il... COndUCted.
... . ...... i i. , mm. iuia VV11IVCI-
son, Philalelphla. Pa. Miss Fannie
Palmer, Philadelphia,' Pa; Mr. J. T.
Hasty, Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. B. C.
Truitt, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa. Mr.
Cl'fton R. Blue, Pliilailelnhla. Pa. Mr.
Persifor Young, Ptilladelnhla, Pa. Mr.
Dr. Ivinwer. Mr. Rillesnln tu i
Ezell Meek and Mrs. Rebecca Wai'e, !
Many of our leading men, women ", ," enn motored to Browns-;
u- i a . vine on last Sundav nftprnnnn nnii i
were tne nieasant gueits of Mr. rml
any they acclaim the management for 5 Porter- Mlss E- M- Reed- th '
the excellent manner lit nvhich it is lT"":Bi leacner or tne uun-
rnsii sciiuoi ierr. last aunuav even-1
The success thus far attained has 'a 'A T Zmr Nn Z ' ! w"W"on. D. C.-Former Reg
been very gratifying and proves that f pi . J? ; " . Ister of the Treasury. J. C. Napier.
Mr. Dale has made no mistake in tne nil nba r lef t Timfla nMhi. v ?1 S Washi"on last week attend-
opening of this gem of seashore m 2 e5 th- J, 3 1 lnB the annual n,CPting of tne trus" !
Drt fh .Th. i,o j attnd the Summer Normal at Howe tees of Howard I'nlversitv and tak-
Brt Mmmi 'w. Iir .T r::r " '"""e. Memnnn. prof. F. K. Jef-
r u., c- rrleg t,)e nrin.r aI of
ii1" .nmf ersPrnding a successful yfar I Napier is the originator of ihis Vol 1 1 ll.that tlle'r "port, are ready the
mr. in ou luis, mo., wnere sne attenuea i- 0,i . " ,. ,h . nrst day of the meeting. No time must
urn tn ho ,.!,. .tci e iusi in waning ior repons to De nn-
i. tslied; They must make tneir reports hraa,h , Hnii m.ir hA- nn nnatl.
extended a flood of hort and to the point as the first day j-ni... ti, hart-
social rnnrtpslps thrnn?hmit hig hiof will be devoted to the business of the ' u ' ..ih
spent last Friday afternoon in Browns- stay in the capital, wd iuowther Order. , ZmyoTmZ Z 17 the in-
v.lle. th? guest of Dr. and Mrs. 1. W. ; put in quite a busy week. He is now . Credentials. . de Hke vou bathe outside Th?s is
"-ns. T' e r charmlne and hrillinnt . at his. hnno In Mcl,uliio ... Tl,. o,10mi.i. r p.,i d sme ime you Dame outside. 1 D1S 18
' "' " """"""ci uu .a i-.i.i..v...1.,i, ui hid vjiiiiiu iic iic iroatlv nuira mtiWant lApnllflA thft
'w'ril!. two months i entatlyes must be made out In trip- 8kia ' do not absorb ,mpuritteB
i drive to make the Chattanooga 1 lets with the. sea nf the, ronrt nt- ..... A.. .... i. ..
meeting of the National Negro Busi- tached. Send one to the Grand Register liMn klZ7i$M
riess League one of the biggest and Counsellor, one to the Grand Register 8ayS a wellkrlon klUney 8peclaJ
bist nf trip. Rprlpa I In c;i..u tho Cnnii. . . t-. i . , . ... '.. ist.
.n.in,, ot L;t.eu3 anQ oring one wun mem.
ul-kimumib a "ew era oi prosperity, These must reach the officers not later
.and expects the attendance at Chat- than July l'th 1917
renexBfinthApUraUpp- h" " hear,eninR i Deputy' Worthy Counsellor.,.
. ! Counsellor the condition and progress
little daughter, Minnie
Hon J. C. Napier Attends
Meeting of Howard
Issued by G. W. C, Jurisdiction of
loT the work-in h:s or her district, to
i iicllier wiih fie commission not later
jthan July 12th, 1917.
I To keep these poisons and toxins
well flushed from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels, drink, before
breakfast each day, a glass of hot wa
ter with a kidneco tablet then take it
before dinner and supper with a glass
of cold water. This will cleanse, puri
fy and freshen the eutire alimentary
tract, before putting more food into
i the stomach gut a dozen kidneco tab
lets for a quarter from auy druggist.
ing part in the birthday function in i
. . a cc j.ji inn in in, .i.cii (i iiiti iiiinnjir iiunnr nr nis pktppivipm rrionn ;nvpr.
Marry uupiessls. Pililade ph a. Pa. Mr. -r""asJ auoraea. w,h sh, ,off -iu,,.,,... . . iLY""-""rr-" Tn nil r.ranri i.n,i.n niTi,m l,ltum l" is n- " "
Th'wm? Phlladeh-,f: Par-!f he Prlce8 ftVhe V con- 'or Hampton. V., where he will at- ff.lr h.dXewd oie ofheVerV ! Counsellors, Deput Worthy '('omtsei. TSylxT
delnhla. Pa. Prn i Z k U :.:7:. T. ,..-T "i .al- ln r0.ute 10 H J 3pe ?.I.lne even nR ana an: I"'!: . a ' V'" 01 1 Bee to it that all Indebtedness is naid vent their formation
XT t ,r r, - " "" wii, no win spena a rew davs in ueu mucn 10 tne impressiveness ana vouris oi uaiunine, junsaicuon . f h ,i.Q,- . J
uaimuiiucm, i. j. mr. oiewari to pay in mis noiei, anu nere ls a Nashville. Miss N.
k-nvni t t., No Court w.ill be allowed reiiresen-1 they are inexpensive and aot fiuickiy.
Knoxvillu, ienn., June loth. 1917. .,, , , . '. ... nii, ), vrv mm-nitio with
. , nm .. itnm in mo uraiiu uoun, inai is un- "t nmv.. . j -
to rid your system or tnese
isons and toxins- also to pre-
B. Whltelow, the'heartv enjovment of the historical , of Tennessee; Greetings:
so as not to be embarrassed. Each i To feel like 'ol"K folks feel, like
Court must send in ono dollar ($1.00) yu felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles uecame sauiraieu witu an at-
iuruer, nauaonneia. in. j. Mr. H. A. eooa mace to nuncture an nverwnrkp.i noi.iint nmnnti s . . .. .nppnalnn Mr Knni.u- in. gnnnmnun. nmr iino tn o t ...
Thomas and family. Philadelphia. Pa. misconception concerning the finan- thn nnnhn. Bpv,ni in.,,.. i,r.i.... ied here bv his nnnhew. Mr. P N which rbv thnt th r.rn,t pnf i.n ?er year for the support of the Uni-
n. u. m. imises, rnuaueipnia, ra. vir. ciai requirements ior a notel or tris evening of this week for the
ouu mm. ueu. Aision, iew rone uuy, ciass. miu taies or lauuious prices j, state Normal, Nashville,
. i. nev. u. u. jwoseiy, urange, in. nave Deen spreaa broadcast and will attend the summer norma
j. Mr. t.. m. Kose, f hiiaaeLphia, pa. among these many glowing falsehoods .T. T. fnrtia hp,h tvio o,in
(I Atnnniir ra t lrn Vnnn cr .an rutnn tiro a a.
ana nas left for Reserve Corns train- "r'.r ' . T8. r , " Proclamations calling the Grand The first annual sonnon wilt 1h held f..r hroitfnet net on Mm stomach.
. r.ivKii hii iivaiion wriMTi inrni ipp(I nv i i . . ... .. .. .
a Moines, lowa. Dr. Toii "tu i, ,77,, ikl lo meel ln asnvn
, A. amt i.angston, ass stant casnier oi the meet annually at such time and place ;n" " " ' ZL ! treatmont and. ul ove all. kCei It up!
where she nt savings i anK at Nashville, as may be designated by the Grand . - ftnil hnt waler .,- the
.1. Dr. nu granuson oi tne reverena jonn Lodge Knights of Pythias and where- "c H.M n,i i,rl-
M. LiangStOn. At tne PlnChbaCk as tl'O Granrl Thnnppllnr Im. nnl n.it , S.FKi.n ..." u.
ing Camp at Dea
Curtis was a successful practioner ot
Brownsville for four years. During this
i " "i-'e m-pdv friends, who wis'i
him much success. Dr. Samuel T,pv ts
who has been practicing medicine for
about a year in Brownsville, leaves
for Nashville, for future residence.
Dr. Freolnnd of Dversburg spent Tues
day of this week in our town. Dr.
D. W. Claiborne, the dentist of our
city ls located on the N.W'c"' rr'-'
of Court Square. Mr. and Mrs. C!-r-enpp
I pp urn rplnicing over a fine girl,
who arrived June 17, 1917. Mrs. Ttor.
bert Kmmerson has returned home
her former home. Mrs. Kittle (Lov-
1 vis li"t 1 nr .1 c!;-
ille; Therefore one evening during the meeting. Each liver kidneys and bowels.
sellor of 1 he Grand Court
ppear in white.
1. Tile followini: nlTicera who have apr.
R. RTTHKli"!. iln Iwrohv isnp ,.- ... .... .... .!...
in the trustee board of Howard.,..,, ,,rnP-nn,ntin 7.1 n V VJth , .. . .", ..i .? . K,v" 8
" - - - "- ..i. -luiLiuui itiiu tMii.KiiL ficr irus may nt;
unai session 01 lllO l.raiKl COlirt to r-rninmpnilpil hv tlioi.. ..mil-la f, (,u
a trinninh ft. o r.no,.la Atxat n 11 i
finv J t"" of Calanthe for the State of Tenn
...v ,w.itl .1111. 1.111(11. v.. , a tiuu. COltA
in tne trustee hoard or Howard
,Tntvpr"ltv, J'r Nuiipr nViinlv Point
ed out the need of a relnvenatlon of "'"u'1 ,ul l"" ' v-"ii- nconiniendi-d by tlieir courts
ea out tne neea ot a rejuvenation ot Bleet ln regUar session Julv 2lth K w C decree- Worth v Itet
the school's a i airs irom top to hot- .-,,, .niu7,. .,- , ,, , ULr( 1 "omij uei,
torn. Steps must he taken, he urged, v '! ' "lu71! V'. " V',0 ,",y 0 ?ee(ls: Worthy Hecorder of Ac
to make the institution "stand out"
more stronglv in the lmhlic e-e as
constructive force in the develop
ment the race needs most at this
time. While continuing to empha
size the import nice of the so-called
"higher education." Mr. Napier vig
orously Insisted that the time has
come for Howard I'niversitv to march
Nashville, Tenn., at in o'clock a. in. Wortliv Hecelver of Donosit's. Worthy 1
iur uie purpose ot transacun
business as may onio
Virginia S. Williams, G. K. D.
935 McLean Avenue.
Cora E. Burke, G. W. C.
701 Nelson Street.
into the column wilh the other Court attached. A worthy matron .villi
have flourished. Indeed, for service son, Tenn., Monday of this P(.i,- tn great institutions of the land that properly signed credentials may re;ire.
ana surrounding the rates are low and visit her sister. Mrs. Mattie (Loving)
Seven vears n"o the imanasrempnt lne proprietor who lias made possible W ills. Mrs. Long spent t vo rlnvS
such I ispectrix. Worthy Orator.
bcif.ro it. A I All members entitled ,f. thn Pn,
Worthy Counsellor's Degree should
bring certificates of reromniendalion
from their courts. The degree will cost
T'i' mcm'ici's of t'ie various Courts
of Nashville are making special prep
arations tn entertain nil wtio imiv
are pushing forward agriculture as sent her Juvenile. Credentials will lie come. For special stopping places write
Courts and Juveniles
Representation and Credentials.
I 'ac'i Court is e;i''tled to one rerrc
spn'ative with credptia's proi'priv
B'-?ned and having the seal of the
one of the primary sciences of the I hT'rsLH l.y the Grand Hecister of
this hotel desires it to be understood pleasantly in Brownsville with rela- hour. He favors the establishment Deeds, Mrs. Virginia S. Williams.
pt tne earnest possmie moment or an j:cLean Ave. Memphis. Tenn.
Of thn Hotel nnln nnftortnnb- thn pi.
fnnt rPRnnnaihiutv tr. o,,.,mit th ' tlip.t every, ertoit has been made to tives. .Mrs. Mttip WiHs has returned
traveling public the opportunity to a(JJust a nijnimum rate to a maxi- t0 her home in Jackson, Tenn., after
choose as a place of abode during muJn ,r servlce. . spending a few days with relatives
t,i- . u - L The hotel is tiersonallv unanaced bv , hs-.iMp lao, Thnro..!.., nf.
."uiuuii iii mo Bummer season " " ha oV tn jjihi
a first-class hotel to simulant the. old Mr Lmle wllu a 'corps oi auenaanis, ternoon, a numtier of ladies went out 6..u..u.uu.u. .. t
w wean iu nuii)'iaut iub tii.i i . .u u... i i ... ..... ...... ... nriMtinn tnr the nurnhriHp anil penln.
agricultural department in connec
tion with Howard University and, if
his rdin is crried out. Cnntress wi
custom of being crowded into small i'ho are thoroushly experienced ir- and donated Mts. Maria Turner,
It is earnestly roqucatpd that evorv
Court of our Jurisdiction make spe
cial effort to have her representative
present as much business of import
ance will be transacted.
Each court will forward Its Senil-an-
nual tax, Supreme Court tax, Kndow-
Mrs. Irene Howell, 10 Fillmore St.,
Ono and one half fare plus fifty
cents will he charged to all who hold
cert'tifPteB. When purchasing your
ticket be sure you ask for a certificate.
Failure to do so will cause you to lose
one-half your fare returning.
ptp Worthy Counsellor, Su
ment and Burial mo-icy for each and prenie Chancellor, all members of the
every member on its financial roll.
; nn, ivnn ,n he Htiiilie.l as a case, nor
Supreme Court. Officers and members , mlrimi.fi,i ,. helned. All he
other jurisdictions are cordially in- j v !Vis is a s'l.iaie deal. e:mal oppor-
lo lie present at our sessions. . ,i,v. nil Ms iust deserts.
e hope that our sessions may be -i think the Necro is hv nature the
Tenn., the Burial money must be sent filled w.ith the spirit or Fidelity, liar- j rurp )PHt suited to Christianity.
to Mrs. Eliza McMillian, 1903 Linden mony and Love; and that each will ! "The, Negro has none of that of-
Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. The Semi-an- strive to Insure a session full of the : fensive and hard pride that stains
the Caucasian. He is the exact op
posite ot the Prussian.
Board of Welfare Dept.
To Work on Transfer
" Mr. B. H. January, Chairman of the
Board of Welfare Department of the
Young Men's Co-operative Club, will
work in the interest of the seating for
colored people in the transfer station,
there is no place decent, to sit, since
they have stopped our colored people
from Bitting on the North sire, and
all so he is working In the interest of
Play Grounds, for North, East and
, South Pittsburg.
The Daughters of Africa Lodge In
connection with the Juveniles, held
their annual sermon at the A. M. E.
church Sunday at 2:30 o'clock. It was
an octaslon of much Interest The
daughters were clad in white with
punple bands. The most excellent
queen, Mrs. J. J. McEIroy, with the as
sistance of the- members have made
this order one among the best. Rev.
Cazwell of Chattanooga preached a
most pvrellent sermon. The Juveniles
furnished delightful muslo with Mrs.
Viny Kinley at the organ. The Lay-n-an-
Association of the M. E. church
will open Friday morning.Rev Hatcehr
the popular pastor and members are
planning or a grand session. Rev. Mar
tin, the popular pastor' of M't. .Beth
lehem B. Church was at his best Sun-
- day. He preached at.elev,en o'clock,
ltrfnedlately after he was accompanied
to the river by a large congregation
where he so gracefully baptized Mrs.
J. M. Hawkins, who has recently be-
come a member of that church. Mrs.
Hawkins Is the widow of Carrell Haw
kins ls the widow of Carrell Hawkins
and one of Marlon County's leading
school., teachers. Rev. Martin preach
ed a forceful sermon at night. The
hnuse seemed to Tie filled with the
Holy Ghost. The rally at IVIt. Bethle-
hem was a success. $100.00 was raised.
The parsonage will soon be finished.
Mr. Wm. Hill was very badly burned
on both feet at the shop where he was
employed. Mr. Will Donaldson died of
' tuberculosis and was buried in the
city cemetery. He leaves a mother,
sister and several 'brothers. Rev. L.
Windon has returned from his pasto
rate at Dunlap. He reports a good ser
vice. Rev. Windon ls one of our stir
ring young preachers. We are glad to
boast of him. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bra
den have left our town for their fu
ture home. We regret to give thenr
up. The A. M. E. Zion church was very
' successful ln their rally, but I failed
to get the amount
1 .. . ..
'llubul lu. n.t, j ii i ....ii ni.u liytuii-
lodging and boarding houses where ! department and their efficiency aged widow. She was supplied with Action of oT youth li he art
the sanitary conditions as a rale were "'re rb'P3 ,,Pm ' 'v tis- groceries enough to last for some time. "S'n,? profitably into the soil as
rt ccnHncIve to good health. In so tUm to the guests without friction. m,.s. nnie Womble who has been in- veufs extracting Greek and ar Un
doing the management was confront- "hu,J? L Znl tZ," f""4. f?f several weetos is much Metrical
ed with a number problems to solve-Improved. Mrs. Mary Taylor and Mrs. ,0 correlating the classical training
v - nnMe-ro of the public egistering at the Hole Dale they Ann Manney are on the sick list this with the agricultural and technical is
iu general, that success might be at-iave v'sil,e? ,the most finely equipped week. Mrs. Maria McLin is much lm- ,,lelng wen receiveU ))V the trustees
f'"d. i Negro hotel known where there is to proved. Polly Holoway, the little and 8ome good fruit is certain to
The Hotel Dale is not a pictorial be. found, accofodations unequalled, grand-daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Holo- como out of the agitation ot the plan
structure on paper, .but, In reality, an Information will receive prompt at- way has been quite ill. Mrs. Maud I). ! just described.
nrchitpc.ti.rnl hniidinir n. wnrii nf nrt. ; Requisitions for reservations, or for Curtis accompanied her husband, Dr. j Mr. Nanier also visited a number
a monument to good taste. Every i tentlon by addressing J. L. Curtis as far as Memphis on last of banking houses and evinced deep nual tax, Supreme Court tax and Unl- true spirit of Calanthe and Ilerinione
known device which makes for safety ' HOTEL DALE, Cape May, New Jersey Thursday evening and spent Friday, interest in the methods bv which the form Rank money must be sent to Attest:
imv, cnifort has been Introduced tr
make this as complete a living place
as possible, for the aocomodatio"
our race, where the elite as well as
others can enjoy the pleasures of lite
without any distraction, surrounded
by most pleasant environments, wit
accomodations to meet the demands
of all classes. The interior of this ho
tel, conceived in perfect taste, even
In seemingly insignificant details
cannot be surpassed. In fact, as one
wandero ihrousrh the rooms.it seems
'more like a dignified yet genial resi
dence than any building of public na
ture. The rooms are light, airy, an''
luxuriously, furnished and contain
every modern convenience, suites wit
THE NEGRO NOT
Dr. Frank Crane iu a recent issuo
of the New York Globe writing on
the "Negro in art" made the follow
ing oiisen ai inns:
"What is the future for the Ameri
can Nes;ro? Is he always going to bo
an interior race? Is he never goiiitf
tc emerge from the shadow ot hia
"Perhaps the problem ls beinK
solved by a power not of ourselves"
by the deep purpose of nature and
her slow process of evolution.
"The word problem is not good.
There are no social problems, such
as a labor, a race or religious prob
lem; such thlni's are conditions to be
lived through, instead of puzzles to bo
"And perhaps the Negro wants
most of all lo he let alone. He does
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