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AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JULY 3 1908
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i BSTABWSHBD 1879
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
OFFICE
710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE K
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ni YKAJI In aQVanCe 125
c3k MONTHS 75
HUBS MONTHS II 40
of r 10ONB COPY PRBB felt
One year to any 000 who will send a fin uae I
1a 1 = as
MSSgTba
The dais on the Libel eS yon paper shows to what
me you bn paid Ii saes both as a receiot and
t rcquist for payment
If proper credit has not heeD jirtu within twov
n e e weeks from tins if p yjwnt aetify us AJC
fcadfy us promptly of any change ia Post Offi e ot I
xldress io that there mar be BO error or delay l p
tiverr of paper
paperaRIDAV
IPRIDAY JVIX 3 1103
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Ihls paper la regularly mail fl
Bwrtwcribew until adeflain I
Itender J te dtacantlnuc Is received
1 and the nbscriptl a paid in
Jail to the time the order b
gives
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ilveaSome
Some of our over zealous breth 1
ran who are afraid that the mission 1
ary work in tho state will swallow
> up the educational work are can 1
vassing the state seeking to have
every district meeting they can in i
I fluence to do so pass condemnator
resolutions against the State Execu
tive Board and the Womens Mis
sionary Convention If our educa
tional work has come to the pass
where it must resort to such under
hand 3 methods as these to maintain
its existance then it deserves to
p rish The Torch Light
This is an unjust reflection upon
the representative of the education
al work who usually attends the As
sociational and conventional meet
ings in this stats and is absolutely l
untrue afar as the instnuation is
meant to apply to him It is a sur
prise that the Torch Light usually
Pfair
fair just and truthful should resort l
to this old method of misrepresen
tit ion surmising and impuguing of r
the motives of his brethren in order
to gratify his spleen and opposition
The Educational work fs fostered I
by the General Association as well I
as the Missionary workand will be
properly cared for as it may deserv
and as the Association has the
means Some associations have
passed resolutions disapproving of f
the New Womens Missionary Con
vention but in no case has it been
venttondone
done at the suggestion or solicita
A c tion of any representative of the
Educational work but is i rather th e
y outgrowth of the very strong hostil 1
ity in the state toward the new
movement and of this the editor of f
P
the Torah Light is better informed J
than he pretends to be informedI I
I MOB violence whether in Alaba
ma or in Delaware is wrong and
the character of the crime or the
color of the criminal should neither
condone or justify lynching It is i 5
folly to talk about a law that would
punish one clasa of criminals in a
specific way for a certain offense
and another class of criminals in i L
another way for the same crime
There ma > be many device3 of mak
iug 1t 1 vs = ipply in a peculiar and
parti il w y hht no law making
power in il ia country would dare
pass a law stating in plain words its i
purpose to punish offenders accord
ing to color instead of according to i
f the ofiense committedand we have i
no respect for the minister who
could endorse such a suggestion
The better class of 1 = roes always i
regret and denounce the outrages i
which form the excuse for lynching
but they have no more personal 1
knowledge of the purpose to com
in t these crimes by Negroes than t
iKc > the good white citizeus have of
the crimes committed by white
criminals and are no more able to i
t c 4 prevent them The better class of
1colored 1 people do separate them
selves from the criminal class and
0 have no means for protecting them
becnuse they do not come in co mn
l tact with them and it is unjust to
f charge either the responsibility of
t the crime or the failure of punish
f ment to this cause It is i evident
l that the mob spirit ts on the in
t crefse and it coes not stop with the
1f lynching of Ne ono
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ally finds a white victim and the I
nnmber will increase unless an
honest and effective effort is made I
to create a strong and vigorous I
sentinrent in every community in
favor f of law and order
The suggestion to have all money
collected at or sent to the district
Associations and Conventions for
j state work be sent to the General
Association instead of being paid to
the representatives of these enter
prises is no doubt made m good
iaith but such a change is unwise
and would work to the injury of the
very enterprise which it is intended
to help The only good to be ac
complish would be the enlargement
ot the contributions to the General
Associations but would not add one
cent to the support of the Educa
tional or Missionary work and per
haps in the change both enterpris
es would be denied the immediate
1use of the money collected which
in some cases where these bodies
meet after the meeting of the Gen
eral Association would be material 1
as in other cases the money would
be held in the hands of treasm icS i or
corresponding messengers for near
ly a year This money would uot
help these bodies any as they could
not use it and then the records of f
the Boards would not show a cent
received from these bodies for the
educational or missionary work Y
as the General Association would be
sscredited with the paympnt in the
aggregate with this money The
logical result of this change would
be that churches would follow the
example of the associations and re
tain the money raisec for Educa
tional and Missionarv work untill 1
the General Association and in this
way the idea of sending all money r
to that body would be encouraged I
isand there would be no money re
ceived for the Educatianal or Mis
sionary work during the year
rtHowever conscientious the promo
ters of this movement may be it i is
ofvery evident that the Missionary
erand Educational work would suffer
if tne plan should be adopted and
since nothing is to be gained the
11plan should be abandoned
WEDDING BELLS
Last Teusday evening Jacob st
Tabernackle was crowded with ad
miring friends to witness the mar
riage of Mrs Lelia Coleman Brown
a p > pular teacher of this cityto Bish
Ip Alexander Walters of the AM
E Z connection The Church was
handscmely decorated for the purI
ofpose and the large congregation
ationI I
were seated by Messrs Davil Stew
ard James R Harris J L A LatI
timore J Crutchfield Cary B
Lewis M B Flack J R White
T M Crutchfield who acted as
ushers for the occasion The bride
and groom were preceded to the
altar by several lovely flower girls
and the Maid of Honor Miss Mary
V Hicks where they were met by
Bishops J W Hood and G W
Clinton associates of Bishop Wal
ters and Rector T J Brown pastor
of the bride The ceremony was im
pressively performed by these min
isters and at the conclusion of the
c remony the guests repaired to the
Lecture room where a pleasing re
ception was held The bride and
groom not only received the warm
congratulations of many friends
but many substantial evidences of
their esteem They will remain in i
the city the guests of Me and Mrs
Wm Watson until next Monday
when they leave for Denver Col
Among the guests were Mr and
1Mrs Edward Brown Henderson
Mrs Al Henderson Indianapolis
Mrs Mary E McCoy of Detroit
and Misses Annie Miller and Nan
nie Muirof Bardstown Ky
FOR UVKR SIXTY YEARS j
MRS WlNSLOW3 SOOTHJHO SYRUP baI I
been used for over bixty yean by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ling with perfect success It soothes tbf
child softens the gums allays all pall
ofcures wind colic and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor little
sufferer immediately Sold by druggists
in every part of the world twentyfive
eel ts a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs
Winsows Soothing Syrup and take on
other
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NEWS AND NOTES
beenI I
Two great meetings have been
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in session in this city this week but
butI
I as we cannot print a full report of
both this week we will defer both
next week
In Macon Ga last week in the
U S Court three young white men
were found guilty of peonage and
fined 1000 each They had held
a colored man in practical slavery
contrary to law
More and more are we learning
the important fact of life thatthings
are really valuable only as they are
useful that men and women are
honored and esteemed in proportion
as they render useful service to the
worldEx
The Central District Association
will meet in Bardstown Ky next
t Wednesday and all messengers and
visitors are urged to procure certif
icates when purchasing tickets so
as to secure reduced rates return
ing home
The curse of all Negro advance
ment is jealously It is in the
church schools lodges politic and
business It divides us into little
hostile clans too small to accomp
lish anything but devilment Wher
ever a Negro enterprise raises its
head wherever a man of superior
ability pushes up above his fellows
wherever worth and energy make
for themselves a place among us
there the wagging tongue of the
jealous hearted traducer begins to
0t
hiss his insidious objecti In and spit
forth his venom The Advocate
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ARKANSAS BAPTISTS
The Womens Baptist State As
sociation and the Baptist State Sun
day School Convention met last
week in Neu port Ark commenc
ing June 23 and closing Sunday
the e
lar est attended mee to held in i
the histoy of these organizations 1
and much good work was accom
plished for the work of the Arkan
sas Baptist College which is the
joy of the Colored Baptists of Ar
kansas
The Association met Tuesday
and Wednesday and almost every
session was pregnant with appeals
for higher motherhood for the race
and appeals were made for the ele
vation of the home through the
mothers The mother should be
Cr
placed in charge of the home how
ever humble it may be and she
have full charge of the raising of f p
the boys and girls Purity among
the race was advocated by the
association
Mrs Sophia E Shanks of Pine
Bluff presided and the annual ser
mon was preached by Rev S A
Mosley of Pine Bluff The educa
tional sermon was preached by the
Rev J W Jackson of Pine Bluff
i About 430 was collected by the As m
sociation the bulk of which went
to the Arkansas Baptist College
Mrs Lillie Edwards of Louisville
was present and addressed the as
sociation She was received with 1
opened arms and given a cordial
reception by the women The fol
lowing officers were elected Mrs
Sophia EShanks Pine Bluff presi i
dent Miss Lizzie Starkey Helena
vice president Miss Mattie JHarris i
Texakana recording secretary i
Mrscorresponding Marsh Hot Springs r
corresponding secretary Mrs E J
Wheeler Newport treasurer
The Sunday School Convention
opened Thursday morning and the
opening sermon was delivered by
the Rev A M Middlebrooks The 1
conventions were entertained by
the two churches of the city pastor
ed by the Revs Knowles and Green
who spent time in assigning the
large delegation stopping places af
ter the sermon and a large coulee
tion
tionIn
In the afternoon the Rev T S
Sandefur delivered his annual ad
dress reviewing the work of the
past year and urging the delegates
to get homes He was followed b y
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the report of officers and the fol
lowing officers were elected Rev
T S Sandefur Gurdon president
Rev T J Hillard Texaicaria vice
president Mrs Pauline Green
Little Rock recording secretary
Rev S A Mosley D D Pine
Bluff corresponding secretary Mrs
F E Morris Helena treasurer At
night the educational sermon was
preached by Rev JYE KnoxBD
president ot the Brinkley Academy
Arkry
ryFriday morning Rev A J Bar
ton editor of the Baptist Advance
Little Rock addressed the conven
tion on The Best Method to Move
Unnecessary Race Prejudice The
I
Rev Joseph A Booker D D
President of the Arkansas Baptist
College addressed a large audience
white people as well as his own
people in the Opera House
I The Convention closed Sunday
night A number of practical ad
I
dresses were made during the sea
i sion The next sesion will t 1 beheld
Marianaf
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S mTY ITEMS
The Ladies Sewing Circle will 1
1e
meet next Tuesday evening at the
residence of Mrs Alice Catcher
I I No I2i4i8ih bt
The City Railway Compel y li is
begun extending its track on West l
Broadway from 21st St to 32 id t
St
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liver an address to the congregation
nrxs t
Sundav afternoon to whichall are
I invited
The city is full ofstrangers this
week and the citizens are vieing
with each other in extending court
esies to the visitors
Hon Jas Hill who died in Jack
son Miss last week was a nephew
of Mr A R Hill the well known
citizen of this city
The Afro American Council which
r has been in session in this city this
week closes with the Banquet at
Liederkranz Hall this evening
The ordinance of the Lords sup
per will be administered the Em
manuel Fifth Stet Little Flock and
Mt Olive Baptist Churches next
Sunday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Mitchell Burke
were entertained Monday Eve at
the residence of Miss Alice Arnold
Ye
able evening was speut by the
bride and groom
Job printing of every character
promptly and artistically done at
this office If you cant call in per
son drop us a card and one of our
reprsentatives will make a call
The annual outing of the Ply
mouth Congregational Church and
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Sunday School will take place at
Fern Grove Friday July 31st Fare
round trip Adults 2SctS Children
Sets
PARKff
3615 Missouri Ave bet 36th and 3th
For Sunday School Pnvate Picnics
and email Parties etc a very de
sirable spot nice large hall and
plenty of good water on the grounds
Terms Reasonable Take Portland
St car and get off at 35th and Rudd
alAve For further information call
361rs S
tai t
L D Pearson and Son 3rd and
Chestnut Sts
Misses Alice Harper and Lavenia
Crawley were given a Church Re
ception Tuesday eye in honor ofI f I
their of their graduation by the
Sunday School oi St James A M
I E Church A literary and musiI I
I cal programme was rendered and
refreshments served
Mr and Mrs IX M Edwards
entertained a number of delegates
to the AfroAmerican Council at
their home No 633 E Breckin
ridgeSt last Wednesday Afternoon
A tent was erected in the rear of
the residence in which a table to
accomodaiuf ft ty guests was spread j
I and asumptous dinner was enjoyed t
I and a Vote of thank = was tendered t t
to Mr and Mt Edwards by tl1II I I
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DID YOU KNQW
That ofSt the ASlS RICN
St Louis r Q has ari ffice in this city No Well it has
and has inaugurated Subordinate Assembly and also its
FREE MEDICAL PLAN
The SttPhon attending ian Is
Phone 5014 The Association accident
deatbhendits
benefits Firthec inf rmation ma be btained by calling
callingn
m the Sapr me
928Tweflth
Tweflth Street wire e ne is per manently located
o 4 J ir Y
tlrT T
guests for their genuine Kentucky 1
hospitality
hospitalityThe
The School Board at a sperbl I
meeting Tuesday elected the lui
lowing Faculty for the High Schn
Mr F S Delaney Principalad
Messrs C W looser I J E Simp
son W P Annis J R Harris M
L Gooda I G M McClellan W D
Thomas and h1iss Eliz t Divenpurt
assistants Mr D L Lawson wa s
not appointed as he will be appoint
ed to the assistant principalship
of the Hitjh i School and no one
was appointed to fill the vacancy
Mr S O Johns D was reap
pointed to the Norm 1 School l
as assistant to Mr 1 ielaniv I I The
qiu stiou < u tin principi < nip of ihe
EisUni Son a Itsn I ttr 3 d ip6n
aa rxpected
rxpectedTHE
THE AGRICULTURAL AND
MECHANICAL FAIR ASSOCIA
TION
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To whom it may concerti During
the five days of the Fair there will 1
be a great contest of bread and
cakes Prizes gi icn i for the bst
bread 1St prize barrel of Bal
4s l S
pounds ckof Ballards Obelisk
Flour 3rd prize 24 pound saok of
Ballards Obelisk Flour Prizes
awarded for best cakes are the same
as those awarded for bread Any
one who wishes to enter for these
great and valuable prizes may ap
ply to Miss Sallie Whitney No
i7i27th street for any informa
tion concerning the contest Mrs t
Mrst
Sallie Whitney secretary
PERSONALS
i
Mr Evans Tyree Jr of Nashville
Teiin was in the city this week cir
culating among friends
baa s
been Teaching in Paducah Ky is in i
the city for the summer
4
Mrs J Q Adams of St Paul
Minn is in the city the guest of Mrs
J C McKinley Magazine StI I
Miss Margarette Price of Indian
apolis is in the city visiting Mrs M
M Littlejohn 704 W Green St
Dr E B Jefferson of Nashville
NasbvilleI I
is in the city
i
Dr E S Porter leaves for Chic
ago July 8 Dr Richard Oliver will 1
take charge of his practice
IMPORTANT NOTICE =
I
Ministers and Messengers to the
next session of the Consolidated i
Baptist Association will meet an
Cyhthiana Tuesday morning = July J
14 1903 Rev A Walker of If Jem
ingsburg is to preach the annual 1
sermon Topics for discussion
mont I
ionists W O Harper
2 Should Baptist Ministers re
gard ministerial Ethics S P Young
3 What relation do Baptistssus
lain to other denominatons C
Smothers
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4 Are Baptists Calvinists or Arr
menians S LM Francis
bcognid e
Alien immersion R B butler
tASSOCIATIONAL j
ASSOCIATIONAL SERMONS
Cs
Cross and j j W Hope velh t
2 Missionary Sermon R 6
BHtlerancjiH > < D Colejcane r
3 Educational 1 Sermori J K
Polk and J F K Mpjelaqd i
4t DQCtrinarSeHnonHl B Web
ster and H C Baker
Please read Bro Folks resolution
attached herewith i50 x lurid 11
was adopted last year in Mt Sterl l
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S
ing
iagWhereas
Whereas the small assessment t f
one dollar and fifty cents on each
member from ths churches compos
mg this the Consolidaled District
Association and whereas there are
arebut that send
more than one messenger There
fore the amount cf
fmoney sent
upt
to defray the expenses and the de
mands of said Association is inade
quate Therefore be it resolved
that we do create and maintain a
adegree
conferred
up
on the Churches of said District
I I The title nf h
of honor is i
to be a MzjIr
Irf f
t any
I anal all churches composing > tins As
sociation mav bertbj 1 receive and
S maintain said
=
Irgree 1 I M > j
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Church byr die pa4 mutt of 5Oo
annually It at any of her meetings
meetingsthat
that any of the churches so honored
Afail to comply with the rule laid
down in this resolultonsaidchurch
churchg
will thereby lose her rank and
standing as a Major Church
churcht
sending 500 will be put upon the
list of Major Churches
ReducedS
rates have been secured on the
certificate plan
fR B BUTLER Secy
179 Chestnut St
Lexington Ky j
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itOf THE SAME OPINION t
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In order that the brethren ma
be fully advied as to my views r
cerning matter ofrrta
A lUio atali IIU
which in all probability will demai d
serious attention in Danville I de
sire to t say that I still think the or
ganization of the New Worn n g
Convention was unnecessary anal
un authorized It was contrar U
the wishes of the Baptists of ti s
and consequently it was a mistake i
nto challenge that sentiment and it
is not srrange that many of the
brethren do not take to it kind
The question must be passed open
at the coming session of the Gen r
al Association and I incline to He Ji
opidion that it will have hard sail <
ofRev 1
Rev G W Ward pastor of the
First Captist Church Covington for
Moderator of the General tb1
tion as the best means of uniting
allour forces The election of
Bro Ward would simply the things
which seem so complicated to
man I Let us put all other con
siderations aside and elect Bro
Ward who is one of our best preach J
ers and a p antiinen tan an of no
mean ability He has been a <
member of the General Association
for many years and has the rpcik
and regard of every Baptist
BaptistC
C C Bites
Louisville
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I will conduct New Bra Insulate at
tne following times and plUM ui tags
a large attendance upon tile part er tt > i
Christian workers
Lebanon May 27 2ft aid 2
Lebanon Juuc 3 4aa f
Ore nburgU 10llMt 4
MaytiuicJoncUouCltj Julj 1 Sa 4 f
JoncUouCltjSharpaburg gaatfJAuftuat I
Sharpaburg Auftuat Si 27 sa4 M
luhitra pastors and tKrtaUas Wtn
en iu ih BO viulahles trt > esrt Wty re
quested to be present and kelp Mktfiii t
meetings success 0
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