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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 1918.
Colored Soldiers' Overseas "Making Good"
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to supplement, their work by seeking to organize this developing science
and to secure for all elements concerned representation in the determina
tion of policies and principles. Labor administration as furthered by this
Serviee is in engineering production problem, modified by the fact that it
deals also with human labor power, which is inseparable from human life.
It is evident that in addition to the production phases, it must take into
consideration all of those human impulses and motives which make up the
individual and his desire for progressive self-development. While labor
administration will profit by the valuable in scientific management and
efficiency methods, it will seek to avoid over, emphasizing regimentation
and will endeavor to make it primary objective, so far as the workers are
concerned, the development1 of individual initiative.
The Division of Safety Engineering completes the structure of the
Working Condition Service. Standards for mechanical safety have been
more adequately worked out than standards for sanitation and industrial
hygiene. Accidents startled and quicken sympathy. They are obvi
ously traceable to working conditions. As a result, compensation legis
lation has put economic pressure behind efforts to prevent industrial ac
cidents by making it more economical for employers to prevent industrial
accidents than to pay compensation. As accident losses were made legit
imate burdens upon industry, managements became interested in establish
ing safe processes. There are now in nearly all of the States of the Union
safety codes and agencies charged with the establishment and maintenance
of industrial safety. Supplementing Government aareDnes the great en
ergizing forces in this field have been the National Safety Council and
various technical societies. The policy of the Working Conditions Serv
ice is to avoid duplication- of work and activity and, by acting as a co
ordinate agency, to cooperate with the forces already in the field to bring
Federal directing impetus in the national campaign for uniformity of
safety standards, practices, and equipment, standardization of safety or
ganizations, and for the collection of data necessary for the continuous
modification of standards to meet new conditions. The bureau of Stand
ards has offered its cooperation in the formulation of codes. Thj as
sistance of the National Safety Council will be invaluable in securing the
practical replication of safety standards and practices. The Council has
agreed to cooperate with the Working Conditions Service and appointed a
committee of five for consultation and advice. The codes which are to be
worked out under the Division of Safety Engineering will be the result
of experience and experimentation, conclusion with technical organiza
tions, and conferences with employers and employees in order to ascertain
the necessary practical modifications. Various codes for war industries,
"TTpproved 7e Secretary of Labor, will W submitted to the War
Sor Polkies tfoard in order that the influence of the
represented on that Board may be put behind the labor standards in -r
'"tSdigitation of these three divisions, VZSt
icine, Labor Administration and Safety Engineering will further tto
maintenance of principles formulated as an integral part of a general
program for working conditions. ,
It Is the intention of the Workis Conditions Swet , d to
operation of ..1 .sencies Si&tt
production! There ere three ultimate
industrial conization. There is need for Pe". under
increasing material wel -being rUrt HamUton and
The Director of Working Conditions bewice is ur
the Assistant Director is Florence C. Thome.
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- VIEW OF THE r
National Theological Train-
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REV. C. H. CLARK, D. D., mlssloner, representing the Unincor
Naahvllle, Tenn., a Peace Com-porated National Baptist Convention.
REV. J. L. HAHDIS'G, D. D.,
Of Nashville, Tenn., President olmlmlon. representing the Unincorpo.
the Baptist State Convention of Ten-ated Nationnl PaptW Convention.
nessee, a member of the Peace Com - :
To LIFE AGAIN
"If God be for us, wh can be against us?"
The Old Summer St., 5th Ave. Bapt. Church
Will v into its New House of Worship
Sunday, December 8th
On Pcabody Street
500 STRONG To hold its Initiation Service to the New House of Worship.
The house will seat 600 people, and we are expecting a great Ffivice cn this
Rev. A..J. Moore, D.D., our pastor will marshal the forces into the New House
of Worship purchased by him (Moore)for the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church,
This will be the name of the church hereafter,
We are still alive at Diltou and
Sunday Bchool was good at both
churches, Prosperity and Walker's
Che pel. At the latter place the les
son was taught by Mrs. Mose Gilton,
the primary class taught by Mrs.
Netltie B. Goodman. Services were
The sick of our community are nil
Mr. and Mrs. William Meekg PDent
Thanksgiving with homefolks mere,
also :Mts. Frank Sublett. All report
a nice time. We iwere sure glad to
have them call again.
were 'guests of her cousin Sunday. fwt j hf
day night's gueist of Mrs. John Batey.
She reported a nice time.
Mrs. Jim Morton, Mrs. Anda Fag
gon and husband, and Mrs. Jolirt Bu
chanan, all from Rucker, mere with
us in services. They reported a nice
Vrs Sublett and sister, Miss Etna
Mai Howland were the guests of
their granuparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wj. .Howland Sr., Sunday. They also
visited their cousin Misis Ethel
Bright. A nice time was enjoyed.
Miss Fannie E. Batey was Sunday
night uest of her cousin, Mrs. Henry
Miss Eva Miller was tfhe afternoon
cousin, Mrs. Pallas
4r ware the gucftts of Mrs.
Nathaniel Alsup Sunday.
Mr. 'Hnry Leigh was the entertain
er of Miss Fannie E. Batey Friday
Mrs. Henderson Thomas, Mrs. Lu- "u- T""uu- . fo.
a nnrt Hnttin Aim! TnH.i wpm the1 Mrs.John Bate yand
Mrs. Sallie Mai Sinus Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Todd called to see
Mnrv Slmji Rnnrlflv pvpninir. W'hn
has been on the sick list but is better' n'sht
at this writing.
always glad tb have our home boys
with us. Our doons stand ajar for
them at any and all times.
The people ot both churches turn
Good luck to tlhe Sentinel.
iMirs. Hattie Todd, Reporter.
All lie member oi the ld rliurcli lire expected
4o lie present to the upeniniS service a ml all mem'
tiers and friends are asked to bring $1.00 as an litig
ation fee. Sunday School opens at S):?SO- 1'reai Jt
inH will begin at I Iz'Mt Uy pastor. Text-Matt. Xi":
"What think ye of CIristl" Snbject-Christ is on
All Pors and congregations arc invited to be
with UN at Ii:IiO p. m. Come ope, comet all.
You are we!come,
We have a Great Preacher
Rev. Dr. H. M. Burns is asked to preach at 2:30 p.m. December 8th
Yours in His name,
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church
Sunday waa a beautiful day. Quite
a large number were out to church.
Bro. U. S. Brown, pastor of Litlle
Bethel A. M. E. Church, preached a
iMr. J. Ww Howland Sr., was the
guest of bis daughter. Mrs. II. H.
Miss Alice Fletcher was the Satur-
Nailonal Republi:ai Congressional Comm Hn
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largelv due to their untiring efforts
and the splendid spirit they put into
the work. The interests of the Party-
were never cared fur by men of a
k is pleasing to testify to the fine
spirit of unselllsh co-operation and
helpfulness that wa saccorded this
Committee by the Republican National
Committee throughout the campaign
Operating in ther respective fields of
endeavor there was complete harmony
of purpose and unity of action.
The splendid support that has been
Riven this Committee in the campaign
just closed and in prior campaigns
and the work it has been able to ac
complish for the advancement of the
Party Is procf sufficient of the wisdom
and far-sightedness of its founders
and ample evidence that the mem
bership of the Party, recognizing the
Undertakers & Embalmers
Served Nashville and community for
more than thirty years.
The Old Kcliablc
TAYLOR k GOiPAfJY
110 Fourth Ave, N. , Phone Main 895
The menjuers and friends of Em-j
ery Chapel were very glad to greet
their new pastor, Rev. Gray, who
preached a soul-stirring sermon to an
appreciative audience as wan shown
diet for him much success this year,
by thei liberal collection. iWe pre-
Misses Dottle, Eva lai and Sarah
Smith! spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mr. J. W. Wlatkims of Nashville
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
- Mrs. Stephen Brown.
Mr. Roy Smith Is here from Nash
ville ,and lis visiting friends here. ,
Emery Army Comfort League re
ported libera donations to the Unit
ed War Work Campaign. Bveybody
M!rs. Nannie Brown, Reporter.
The relatives and friends of Private
Frank Huddleston, Eddie and ojhnnle
Black and James Crawford of Camp
Sherman are glad to hear that they
are well and enjoying life.
iMr. and Mrs. Stephen Brown, Mrs.
Laura Mitchell, and Mr. Elliott B
Huddleston spent Tuesday evening
with MVS. Elsie Rucker.
Odalia, Louis and Ophelia Huddles
ton and Maud Lee Rucker spent a
pleasant time Sunday afternoon with
their grandmotjher, iMra. Kate Hud
dlestom. Success to the Sentinel.
CHRISTIANA NOTES. ,
Sunday was a beautiful day. It
being the first Sunday regular pas
tor's day, Rev. Win. Henderson was
at bis post of duty an dalso at his
best He preached two spiritual ser
mons moiming and nlghtt We are
certainly proud of Rev. Henderson.
He is a God-sent end a God-called
man to carry His Word.
Our Sunday school Is doing nicely.
The sick of this place seem to be
getting along fine the time of this
Miss Jennie D. Herary is improving
rapidly. We are glad to see her do
ing so well after being in euch a low
state of condition.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wagoner spent
Sunday here with their parents, Mr,
and Mrs. K. Wagoner.
Mrs.. Wagoner Jr., called to see
Mlrs. Mallssa Daniel while tihere.
Mrs. Carrie Newman and Mliss M-
A FATHER IN ISRAEL PASSES
Mr. George SubleOt fell asleep in
Jesus November 16, 1918, at the ripe
age of 64 years, 3 months. He be
came a Christian many years ago and
became one of the pillars of the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church. He had been
in bad health for the past three years,
sometimes suffering intensely. Near
the last he said he was only waiting
am the Lord who had brought him
through many dangers, floils, and
The funeral iwas held at the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church on the 17th Inst.,
conducted! by the pastor, Rev. G. A.
Nance. He was for several years
connected with the benevolent Order
and at one time was one of itls trus
tees. He was a man of strong con
victions and was willing at all times
to do what waa right. He leaves to
mourn their loss a wife, one daugh-
berta Wagoner were the Sunday af- ter, one son and a host of relatives
Un. and friends. His last song was "Must
iosus bear the cross alone and an
the world go free," and his favorite
was, "If I must' d"e, leti me die in
peace with au iwanKma."
Life's labor done as sinks the
Light from its load the spirit flies;
While (heaven and earth combine to
, How blest the righteous when he
ternoon guests of Mrs. E. M. Frank
Mr. Foster Newman, Miss Birdie
Franklin, Mr. Roy Miller of Chatta
nooga were the guests of their pa
rents, -TMr. . and Mrs. Bill Miller Sunday.
Mrs. Pearl Newman is on the sick
list. ' '
We, are always glad to get the Sen-
tunei. Jjong may w live.
MM. Jennie Lytlee, Reporter
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Of Fort Worth, Tex.,
REV. C. J. W. BOYD, D. D.,
one of the Peace Commissioners from the Unin-
Importance of the Legislative branch
of our overnment, strongly approves
the plan for a weel organized National
Committee, continuously in session
and available for all emergencies, to
give special attention to legislative
liroblems and congressional oiecuuus,
including special elections 10 uu va
cancies. Made up, as it is, lor a mem
ber of the Congress from each state
in the Union furnishing a member or
cither branch belonging t oour Party,
its membership is at ouce conversant
with legislative affairs and local con
ditions in the several states. For the
most part party policies are mound
ed and take from within the halls of
Congress where the affairs of Govern
ment are constantly under considera
tion. It is there, also, that disagree
ments as to policy occur, drawing tlhe
distinction between those who hold to
the fundamental principles on which
our Party is founded and those who
disagree with us and hold to different
thearies of government. The field for
the activities of this Committee is ap
To solve in the interest of all the
manyp Intricate problems that will
concern us during the next Congress,
we will need the assltance and hearty
co-operation of all men and women
who are prompted by high motives
and patriotic purposes. We solicit
thei rassistance and wish to give as
surance that their recommendations
and suggestions, if entrusted to us,
will be brought to the attention of the j
Congress. We wish, too, that mem-i
bers of the Party feel free to call upon 1
us when they are "in need of informa
tion as to the status or condition of
legislative or departmental matters.
We wish to serve and will gladly
respond to requests for information
to the extent of our ability. The head
quarters of this Committee in the city
of Washington should be a clearing
house for the Party a place where
all members of the Party are wel
come and where the yean not only
leave suggestions regarding party
affairs and problems confronting the
country, but can obtain reliable In
formation as to the status of party
problems, legislative and departmen
tal affairs. If this form of service will
fill an apparent need of the Party, and
we are able to render the service m
such fashion as to merit support, wo
feel sure that the plan wil succebed
and receive at the hand ot the mem
bership the financial support it ro-
Communications should be addressed
t othe Committee at 819 Kiggs Build-'
inir. Washington, D. C.
Fess, M. C, Ohio, Chaift
M. C CaliC Vic
Will R. Wood,
Edward R. Wason,
Nathan B. Scott, D. C, Treasurer. ,
President Continental Trust Com
pany lt 1
J. R. McCarl, Neb., Executive See-,
Edward Reichard, Mo., Auditor.
C, Ind., Vic
M. C, N. 1L
t. t vnoh r.. Wisconsin,
George S. Graham, M. C, Pennsyfc
John" Q. Tilson, M. C. Connecticut
Howard Southerland, U. S. S., West
Norman J. Gould, M. C, New ork.
Frank W. Mondell, M. C, Wyoming,
Halvor Steenerson, M. C, Mtimo
sota. . ' ,
T. C. Dver. M. C. Missouri.
Frank D. Scott, M. C, Michigan. ,
Ambrose Kennedy, M. C' Rhodo
Island. ' .'
Will R. Wood, M. C, Indiana. ;
Julius Khan, M. C, California. ;
! Chas. B. Timberlako, M. C, Color
i Chas. R. Miller, Delaware.
A NATION'S (STRENGTH
IS IN ITS FO OD SUPPLY
Eat Jess 'Wifoyjpthmg
.Craate a Rgjcrtvi
AMERICA MUST FEED
100, OOO. 00i)AlLTE5