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METHODIST CONFERENCE FACES
PROBLEM OF COLORED BISHOP
n.i.i:H M... I c.nn:.n i. nupcrvlDloii for tho colored worK III tho
Convention Now In Session to ', C0UI uo ,md , ,c hnn,lH ,)f
Elect High Church
colored bishop; audi nit election would
put the colored people In tho Methodist
Hpim-opal church on ii pur with other
coiuren entireties who nayo ineir
There were Iwcnty-llvc blidiopi al bishop,
the beginning of tho pant iiiiadrrnnlum There- nro 6,000,000 unchurched lie-
In the Methodist Kpl.copal church, live "' "''" co;",'r- '"' l"cren.cof
of whom were on the Hupcr.inm.nte or "'? negro population In he mate of
retired list. -Hlnco the general confer- MI.ImI,,i,I i.lonc during he Inut ten
once met In May. 1508. In Ilaltlmore, '" "'" i09- T',u. ,CTl ,w"- ',0
two from the retired list have died. I'1 tl,em l rnij-li llicm through
nod two from the effective list, flood- their own men. It I ,o argued the
Hell iiml Spcllinycr.
' There tire also kIx missionary bish
ops on the effective list and one 'oil
the retlreil list.
It Is iiille certain from the news
m.ll......l f (Iia Mc. ..a 1'lliA nlo
, ,i ,.. bishop arc from the
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more likely six, new bishops will be
elected In. Minneapolis, Minn., at tho
convention now In session. Who they
will be Is canning much tnlk. Poll
tics lias, the lloor. Kccleslastlcnl poll
tics Is a "hot pot" every four years
In Methodist circles. There are many
men whose friemls have pushed them
Into the race for the bishopric. Mast
election of a negro ui the eplscopncy
would Rive to the work In the Mouth
u leadership that would mnkc for self
slipport In n more rapid and certain
way than In any other way
The above argument for a negro
themselves, and are certainly deserv
ing of calm consideration.
Are there colored men In the min
istry of tho Methodist Kplscopnl church
who nro equal to tho responsibility of
the episcopacy? There are. Let us
mention n few of them as named:
Ilobert K. Jones, I). I)., editor of the
Southwestern tMirlsthin Ad-.-ornte. tmli
ui inn rum ror 1110 it siintirir. kiisi - ,-
ward names are numerous and not to Mm '" New Orleans, ,, mkM, cul
be despised. The Central West and
the Pnelllc Coast must be reckoned
Eat Has Candidates.
In the Mist the following are spoken
of promliiently for the bishopric: I). CI.
Dounle. correspond Insr secretnry of the
Sunday school board, who has been
ffis liiiilii I'nuru is tifsiistl nniif titiufrit III
ii. v... v.,.1, v ....e . a KreKatlon of colored people
of broad Ideas, comprehensive knowl- 1 8c,""':r ' " memi. pretensions.
edge, wldo uciinlntauco with men and
iiffalrs In the church, nnd In every
way, so his friends tblnk, fitted for
the highest olllco In the church. Thos.
Nicholson, D. I)., corresponding sec
retary of the board of education of
the cburclL lie has been nearly all
tared man. A product of the Freed
men's nld schools of lbe church Ho
has a logical inliid; Is a Hue writer:
Is a man of pleasing appearance ami
would be a Brent lender ainilnc; his
W. II Hrooks, D. !., tins been pas
tor of Ht. Mark's church, New York
city, for the past, fifteen years, n con
ic Is a
preacher of commnnilln-; talent. A
man of extraordinary Komi sense, and
would make a line bishop. '
Madison C. B. Mason. I) D., Is a
KTiiduatc of tho New Orleans Univer
sity, of Danimon ThtolnKlcMil Semi
nary, Atlanta, On.; hjis been corrc'
his mlnlstcflal life In educational work; H',10,",'I,,K1 -",,-"y ' j"'- IVeed men's
he Is siieclally endowed for the work J1'1 ,ncl'-' tMT'!n " ""' U
be Is now .loins; and would do honor " '!" "ro,,nl1" y ,'", l"','t -,I","""1
to any olllce to which ho mlRht be 'ln,ck mnn on --"- American platform
(leorge I Mains, D. D., Is an aKCtit
of the Methodist book concern In New
York lie has been a successful pas
tor and stands close to tho Itinerant
preacher. lit. Is scholarly, forceful.
orthodox, and would make a Rood
bishop, so thoso who know him most
W 11. Crawford. IX I, Is the popular
president of Allcs-hcny CoIIckc. at
Meadvllle, I'a. He Is a inoiicy-f-ettcr,
wields a Kraceful pen, Is a flno plat
form talker and a forceful preacher.
Ho Is equipped mentally for great
Jennings' Nima Mentioned.
Henry ('. Jennings, IX IX, of Iho
book concern of Cincinnati. Is n mem
ber of o.no of Iho Minnesota confer
ences, where four years, ago he was
a successful pastor and presiding el
der. He has made good In every place
where he has labored. Ho baa a great,
warm nature, hates shams and Is
brotherly to the last degree. Ho would
honor the office of bishop.
In Iowa the rtev. II. t Stuntz. D,
D, towers like a tall mountain. He
has had wldo experience In mission
work In India and the Philippines, la
much beloved by President Taft for
hta work In Manila, they having been
there ut the same time. Ho Is re
garded iia the most magnetic platform
vices from the missionary society, feel
that ho would do great service for tho
church In the office of bishop.
Coast Hat Possibilities.
When tho Pacific Coast Is reached
there are u number of men who have
been put up by their friends for tho
episcopacy In California there are
There are numbers of others that
could be mentioned, but these are a
type, and the Issuo will be watched for
with eager eyes all over Methodism.
Will the church elect a colored bish
op? Who can prophesy truly? Exchange.
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AKAIK0 AKANA TO
BE GIVEN ORDINATION
Ordination Is announced of Aknlko
Abunn unit,.! tlir. nlls.ilces of the
I)r Charles Kdward I.cko of l.osAn-joahu Association ut Illshnp Memorial
von Hamm Young1
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Fill ott this blank, wrlto plainly, and send It to Content Manager with
yoiicnnino or Iho tuiuio and uddross of your fnvnrlto cundlilato. Tho names
of porsnna making nominations will tint ho divulged, If so requested
boles ami Matt H. Hughes of Pasadena,
two of tlm most successful pastors. In
Methodism and among tho chiircli'H
Dr. F I). Rovard, the editor or tho
California Christian Advocate, In Hun
Francisco, has been a long time a suc
ccrsful pastor and editor nnd Is a
In Oregon are Dr. Fletcher Unman,
the president of tho Wlllametto Uni
versity, mf Kalein; young, vigorous.
cultured, a preacher of great power.
one of tho bright men of Methodism,
There Is also Uenjamlii Young, IX IX,
tho nonuhir mistnr of tho old Tuvlor
Htreet M. K. church. In Portland. Ilolu
Is an ublo lecturer and an effective
In Healtlo Methodism are II M.
Itandcll, who was pastor of First
church for eight years, president of
the university of Tiicoma,, now secrc;
tary of F.pworlh League, with his res
idence In Chicago. He Is a man of
courage, force and enthusiasm, and Ii
much spoken of by his friends for tho
Tlieso are a few of tho many men
tioned for the bishopric, and whose
friends will contend for their elec
tion. They can not all be elected In
Will Negro Bo Elevated?
Hut the shadow that rises over the
face of the general conference Is that
of a "black man."
There are arguments u;o and con
on tho (iiestlo'n of tho election of a
negro to the episcopacy. It Is argued
against It that It would embarrass the
.white work of tho church; no white
conference would permit u negro hlsli.
op to preside over It and make thojip
pointmeuts; such an election would
greatly retard the efforts being mado
for the union of the two great Metli
oillst churches the Methodist ICplsco
Pal and tho Methodist Kplscopal
Arguments for Appointment.
The arguments for the election, of a
negro for the episcopacy aro: A better
Chuiiel. the Kamehameba Schools,
May 2s, 1!U:', at 7:30 p. lit:
The examination of the candidate
will take placo at Id o'clock on tho
mornlns of the Hjine day In the
The reason for having t'.ie exercises
take place at the chapel Is hecauso Mr.
Akiinn Is a graduate of this school
Willi tho-class of lliUJ. Ho went Kast
and attended Hartford Seminary for
II vo years and has arrived recently
to take up Christian work hero.
Tho program Is as follows:
Invocation. Ilcv J Davis.
Itesponslve reading, President P. I,.
Heading or scripture, Ilcv 8. W. Ke
kuewn. rltatement by moderator.
Heading of minutes by scribe,
Candidate's confe.tslon of raith.
Addresses by Iteys. J. 1.. Ilopwood,
IX Kcudder and J P lCr.lman.
Charge to candidate by Rev. W H.
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Ordaining prayer by Itov. II. II.
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