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BISHOP ROSS DIES
AT OKLAHOMA ROHE
Widely Known as Writer, Editor and
Educator in Southern Methodist
Muskogee, Okla., April 2'.-Bishop
Embree Hoss of the Methodist HpIsco
pal Church, South, died at his home
here at 9:30 o'clock tonight following
a paralytic stroke two months ago.
ile was born in .!onieston, Tenn. April
Bisho) Noss. also widely known as
a uwriter, editor and educator. was
edicated at Emory and ienry Col
leige, Emory, Va. He married MIss
Ahhb' 11. Clark, Cliristianshurg Va., in
November. 1872. He had entered the
H olstonl Conference of file NI. P".
Church, Sonth, in 1869 and was in
charrc of the pastorate at Knoxville.
Tenn.. In 187(1. -\t the close of his
year at Knoxville he was transferred
to :he Pacific Coast Conference an(l
was pastor at San Francisco in 1872
afit r which lie 'was transferred to the
Norlh Carolina Conference and was
pastor at Asheville in 1875.
Doctor Hoss became presidnt of
the Martha Washington College,
Abingdon, Va., in 1876. In 1881 he was
made vice president of Eimory and
Henry College, later 'becoming -its
president, -He was professor of ec
clesiastical history in Vanderbilt Uni
versity from 1885 until he became the
editor of the Nashville Christian Ad
vocate in 1890. This work he con
tinued until 1902.
11s more pretentious writings in
clude "The New Age," published in
1906; "David Morton, a Biography,"
1916; "Methodist Fraternity and Fed
cration" a compilation of essays and
papers, 1913, and "William McKendres,
a Biographical Study," 191-1.
In 1902 he was confirmed as bishop
and continued his bA~ihopic until re
lieved ini Nlay, 1918, on account of ill
ne('ss. Sil(e that tine he had been
niakiimr hd-i hme with a son in AMus
PA h'TY i FFElIlENCES
'hmarfestton )'ioemcrats Agree on DIi
Stll of Exeutive '1mmtt-ee Ofies.
Chiarleston. April 27.-So far as, the
city Democratic executive committee
is concerned, all factional disagree
ments over ofilcers was settled at a
"harmony" meeting last evening
when Frank I. Frost became chair
man, R. C. Richardson secretary, and
D. F. Craig, treasurer.
Judge DeVore issued an order this
evening vacating the temporary in
junction and oredr to show cause is
sued Thursday 'night in response to
action brought by J. A. Black and R.'
C. Richardson, who were ousted by the
Grace committeemen, W. Turner Lo
gan and D. F. Craig being elected in
their places. All action taken tonight
twith Mr. Frost appointed by the court
on agreement of the factions as chair
tan was unanilmous and the situation
is satisfactory to all interests.
1101R111 ST I LL RtE FlSEIS
TO SuPPOiT LEA(WE
Supporters of Plan ''lhik Amendnents
Insure flatilieationa by the Senate,
Washingion, April 27.-.Meibers of
the senate were greatly interested to
night in the revisp'l lext of the league
of nations covenant as made -public by
the state department.
Senator Borah of Idaho (Republi
can), one of the leading opponents of
the league, in a statement, however,
reiterated his declaration that despite
the changes he could not support the
Supporters of the league plan, how
ever, reiterated their belief that the
revised covenant would be ratified by
"From a cursory examination of the
covenant," said Senator Henderson of
Nevada (Democrat), "I believe the in
sertion of the Monroe doctrine amend
mnent, the two year withdrawal clause
and a provision removing domestiC
(irlestions from the league as well as
the other changes that have been
Iade 'will virtually meet all the objec
tions raised agatnst it."
A similar view was expressed by
Senator Pittman (Democrat), also of
Nevada and member of the foreign
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Citation for Letters of Administration. and creditors of the. sai&W. W. Madden
_______deceased, that they be and appear be
fbro U1e, In tboCourt of. Probate, to, be
State of South Carolina, held at Lauroig Court Holisc, Laurens,
County of Laurens. ..C., on the 14th day of May, 1919 next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
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they have, why the said'adinini.itration
Whereas Laura VIaddet made suit should not be granted.
to me, to grant hey Letters of Admin- Given under my hand this 28th day
istration of the pstate and effects of of April, Anno Domini 1919.
W. IW. .Madden.
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