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The SOUTHERN INDICATOR! n
Entered aB Secoud Class Matter g
May 8th, 1912, at tho po?t office at J
Columbia,. S. C, under the Act of ,
March 3d, 1879.
CC. SCOTT, EDITOR, ,
L MORGAN, MANAGER
SuDRCituiTioN KATES !
Six MoutbB. 00c
Threo Alouths . 35c
AdvortisiugTbites Made Known on
Saturday, June 6, 1914.
England in the Midst of a j
The uprising of the women of
England and their insistent de
mand to be given the ballot will
provoke more serious trouble in
England than has already
occurred. The English parlia
ment appears to lack the capacity
to deal proprly with this ques
tion. The suffragettes are resort
ing lo methods thal must bring
thc blush of shame to every decent
civilized woman. Their treat
ment of their king and queen is
outrageous. Their indecent con
duct will result in a loss of sympa
thy in America for their cause and
the cause of female suffrage
Another serious condition that
confronts (he entire United King
dom is thc matter of home rule
for Ireland. Hut few people ap
pear to understand thc situation.
"Were it not for the seriousness of
the situation it would be amusing
to read some of the discussions
through the press on this question.
For the information of some of
our readers we wish to state the
More than SOO years ago. dur
ing the reign of Henry II of Eng
land, when conditions in Ireland
were somewhat similar to condi
tions among the Indians in Amer
ica al the time of the discovery by
.. <\jlut?d)iisv..Qeeuijred the conquest
Ireland is an island-one of the
British Isles-forming a part of
the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland. It is divided
into four provinces-Ulster,
Leinster, Munster and Connaught.
In area it is but a little larger
than South Carolin: but bas
abolit three times South Caro
lina's population. The Irish are
distinctively and emphatically
Roman Catholics. The English
and Scotch are mainly Protest
ants. The attempt of the Eng
lish government near the close of
the 10th century to introduce the
Reformed faith and English in
stitutions met with stubborn and
determined opposition on the part
of the Irish and stirred up great
dissension in Ireland. A revolt
on the part of the Irish chief,
particularly those in Munster and
Ulster, led lo the confiscation bf
their lands, the King and parlia
ment giving much of the lands to
English settlers in Munster, and
Scotch and English settlers in
Ulster. After passing through
various vicissitudes, Ireland, on
Jan. 1, 1801. was united with
Great Britain as an integral part
of it ami its policies of state have
been dominated by English influ
ence. The sympathies of the Pope
of Rome and the entire Roman
Catholic church have been with
the Irish and against England.
The situation at this time appears
to be severely acute. The Ulster
ites appear to be the most intelli
gent, courageous and influential
people in Ireland.
The passage by parliament of
the bill as Originally framed, is
an impossibility. It would place
the. Ulsterites in practically the
same situation occupied by the
white, people of South Carolina
from 1869 to 1870, and would re
sult in a bloody revolution, the
end of which no one can predict.
Many of the leading statesmen
and clergymen, and some of the.
most influential people of all
(lasses in England, sympathize
openly with the Ulsterites. Some
of thc foremost generals in the
English army, including Lord
Roberts, will resign their com
Dissions rather than lake up anns "I
o enforce the law if passed. The
ynipa thies of Protestants in
Vineriea are with the Vlstoritos.
l'Ile people of Ulster will rebel ]
iga inst their government rather
han submit. Xo one eau tell what
kvill be the outcome. May Clod ^
save dear old England and bring j
her safely through this crisis. (
And we join with the English j
people in saying. God save the ,
Since writing the foregoing we
see that a compromise measure
has been passed excluding Ulster
from the provisions of the bill,
hut that does not give satisfac
Thou Shalt Not Steal.
In our issue of May '2ml we
editorially referred to The Mutual
Relief and Benevolent Associa
tion in deservedly commendatory
terms. We observe that ?me of
our cot em porn ries had the
"cheek" to appropriate our article
in its entirety except that il in
serted its name in place of ours.
We regard that as quite a compli
ment to us. Our esteemed has not
yet made amends or even stated
thal it failed to place around the
article the required quotation
As the little write-up was said
to be even stronger than the ad
vertisement inserted by our es
teemed, for which it has already
been paid, we expect our esteemed
to publicly give- us the credit or its
check for half of the cash.
Esteemed. there must be a
"Rainy" day before you eau go
Congressman Lever has been
putting in some good work at
Washington, quite in contrast to
Congressman Ragsdale, who ap
pears to be no bigger than a pea
nut politician. The Smith-Lever
Bill has been accepted by the,
House, a?d, on signature .'bf Pfesi-*
dent Wilson, became a law. Sen
ator Hoke Smith took opportuni
ty to manifest his Negro-hating
spirit in the discussion, and suc
ceeded in having the Bill as pass
ed so formed as to prevent the
Negro from having a just and
proper recognition in this meas
ure. But let us wait and bide our
time. Right will eventually win.
"Fret not thyself because of evil
doers, neither be thou envious
against the workers of iniquity."
PROGRAM of meeting of Mis
si mary Society to be held at
Second Calvary Baptist church
Sunday evening, June 7, 1914,
at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. P. Dun
bar, mistress of ceremonies :
1 Music Choir
2 Prayer, Mrs.Frances McMas
3 Music. Choir.
4 Scripture Reading, Miss Del
? phine A. Bradley.
5 Solo, Miss Marie Forrest.
6 Paper, Miss Esthler Johnson
7 Solo, Miss Margaret Rhodes.
8 Select Reading, Miss J. O.
19 Solo, Mrs. J. B. Lewie.
10 Recitation, Mrs. J. A. Roach.
11 Duet, Misses Jennie Frayer
and Elizabeth Smith.
12 Paper, Mrs. Edward Asman.
13 Solo, Mrs. J. J. Durham.
14 Select Reading, Miss S. B.
15 Violin Solo, Organ Accom
paniment, Misses C.B. Sin
gleton and Arabella How
16 Paper, Mrs. Julia Hart.
17 Solo, Miss Isabella Lark.
18 Recitation, Miss Hattie Ad
19 Address, Mrs. M. E, Bright.
20 Pantomime, The Holy City,
Mrs. E. M. Levy, soloist.
22 Music, Choir.
23 Benediction, Dr. J. J. Dur
Mrs. A. P. Dunbar, president.
Mrs. J. A, Roach, V. president
Mrs Edward Asman, secretary.
Ushers : Evelyn Johnson, Marie
Forrest, Daisy Roach, Eliza
Notice of Moving.
1 On and after June 1st, Dr. A.
' B. Johnson's office will be at tha
j corner of Harden and Gervais
iSts., over Chappelle's Drug
. Store. Phone 3035 for him.
HE MINISTERIAL DEPARTMENT}
OF DENEDIGT COLLEGE. <
?Vom (Benedict) College Journal. ]
The above caption may sound '
i bit bigger than this numbla ar- 1
;icle may warrant. Let it go as ,
it may. The fact is, Benedict
College has a system of Theolog
ical Training that every minister
>f the gospel in South Carolina
in particular might rightly feel
glad over. For the College
trained man, a B. D. course is
provided; for the L. I. graduate,
a B. Th. course is provided; ?or>
those who have not been so for
tunate as to get such training
that would make them eligible
to these degrees, a course known
as a "Ministerial Course" has'
been provided. It is about this
latter provision I wish to saya
word or two.
For several years the saicf
"Ministerial Course" has been
reasonably attended, everything
considered, by the brethren here
and there over the State. With
out calling their names, suffice i
it to say, that young and old min
isters, experienced and inexperi,
enced pastors, and right through
the years of this course, pastors
even of great religious powers
and remarkably wide influences
have been students of this "Min
isterial Department." And it,
can be truthfully said, if their
own unsolicited testimony and
their actual work (and I might
>e allowed to add) if their very
ooks and bearing, meant any
;hing at all, the benefit these
students derived from the train
ng herein given, cannot be told
by human tongue. The great
results thus obtained have not
only justified the sacrifices they
underwent to remain here two,
three, and four months at a ses
sion for about as many years,
but also demonstrated beyond
the slightest question the wisdom
of this "Ministerial Depart
In a word, this "Department"
is very much akin to our regular
B. Th. course. In essential
points, it covers the reign of The
ology as this is commonly under
stood and deals largely in every
thing that pertains to the pastor
al functions and relations. And
without boasting, the goods are
so simply given, so earnestly put,
so completely handled that to
those who are "in the game",
this Ministerial Department is a
very modest term as compared
with what it actually is and is
doing to make for South Carolina
more efficient ministers of the
Gospel. This department, in
fact the whole system of Theo
logical work here, in Benedict
College ic more hopeful, more
promising for better things than
ever. The writer knows where
of he speaks. Let us therefore
have a larger and more represent
ative patronage of this Course
and thus prove ourselves more
worthy of this exceptional op
portunity. R. F. Lee.
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for the coming season.I will spare no pains in
larger and better equipped than heretofore.
Orders for Parties, Picnics, Church and. Society
Entertainments will be given special and prompt
Attention. SPECIAL RATES TO CHURCHES
!n the Drug Department
A full line of fresh Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods
and Madam Walker's Hair Preparations are kept
constantly on hand.
Our Drug Store,
P. R. REESE, Proprietor.
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Summer School for Teachers
AT THE STATE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
COLLEGE, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Begins June 29th and Last? Four Weeks.
Endorsed by the State Board of Education. Supported by the
United States Government, the State of South Carolina and The
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Office Hours: 8 a. m. to lp. m. ;
2 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Phones: Office 34?3; Residence, 2343.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
? foi9 A M.
? to 3 P. M.
6 lo 7 P. M.
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929 Pine St.
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Suits made to order. Cleaning,
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620 Main Street. Phone 2445.
A. N. Neal, Proprietor.
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Cor. Washington and Park Sts.
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Crowns & Bridge Work a Special
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OFFICE HOURS, 3 a. m. to 6 p. m
1109 Washington Street
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Established 1897 1337 Main Street
Richland Tailor Shop
Alterations, Cleaning, and Press
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1118^ Washington St. Columhia