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•t 311 North Fourth Street, Richmond, Va. JOHN MITCHELL, JR.EDITOR All communication* intended for publication ihould be sent to reach us by Wednesday. Entered at the Poet Office at Richmond, Virginia aa second elasB matter. c m One Year . BU Months . Three Months . Foreign Subscriptions Foreign Advertising Representative, W. B. Ziff Company, 008 8. Dearborn Street, Chicago; •XI Victoria Building, St. Louis, Mo.; 420 Long acre Building, New York. SATURDAY....JUNE 7, 1924 .« 100 . 1.10 . -60 . 160. The seating of the delegation from Georgia, headed by National Com mitteeman Henry Lincoln Johnson, by the Republican National Commit tee will be hailed with joy by the colored people throughout this coun try. You may say what you will but that 4ble Siatesman of cdklor iv.uks with the best, irrespective of color that this country has ever pro duced. Despite his “ups” and ‘•downs” he has remained true to the Republican Party. His only rival for this kind of recognition is R. R. Church of Tennessee and he should be accorded the same kind of recog nition. The two are friendly and they represent the highest type of Negro political endeavor. We are stanuing solidly behind both of them. THE GEORGIA CONTEST. We have received a copy of “Facts, Party Customs and Law,” upon which ♦>asis, the four delegates and alternate delegates from the State of Georgia base their appeal to the Republican National Convention, which meets in Cleveland, Ohio, June 10, 1924. Hon. Henry Lincoln Johnson, member of the Republican National Committee is attorney for the appellants and in fact is one of the delegates from that State. The argument adduced, from a stand point of right and justice is unanswer able and must necessarily result in the recognition of the credentials, which this powerful aggregation of i delegates will produce. In summing up the contention, Mr. Johnson proves that the whole trouble is based solely and wholly upon race and color, that Georgia has not contri buted a single electoral vote to Repub lican nominees in fifty years and that there is no likelihood of its so doing to day. On the other hand the ignoring of fundamental principles, the disre gard of the tenets of the Republican Party will lead to the radical estrange ment of this Glass of people. As southern colored voters, who ^ have migrated to northern States will prove a potent force in the coming^ campaign, it would be political suicide to unceremoniously turn down their relatives and friends in Georgia whom they have left behind, but to whom they are bound by the tenderest ties of friendship. Certain it is that the color ed people of this country are in no humor* “right through here now1' to tolerate any backward movement along these lines. We indulge in the hope that the great Republican Party will take no backward step in this movement. We hare but one representative upon the Republican National Committee and this one should not be eliminated; but rathfer increased by at least one other, who is just as able." We are interested in the success of the Republican Party and for this reason we trust that its leaders will deal justly with the dele gations, who are standing in the fore front to represent one of the most faithful aggregation of voters, this country has ever produced. Again we re peat it, the argument adduced by Hon. Henry Lincoln Johnson for bis clients is unanswerable and the colored people of this country stand squarely and un equivocally behind him in these reas onable demands. We have received a copy of a circu lar signed “A. B. C.,” making a viru lent attack upon B<ev. J. E. East, D. D. We must admit that we are at a loss to understand the purpose of this move ment. It seems to us that some sinis ter influence is at work. The circular is dated Pittsburgh, May, 1924 and to our mind should have been filed with the Board having charge of the appoint ment of this missionary and if not con sidered there should have been appeal ed to the National Baptist Convention itself. This underhanded method of attack is not only unmanly, but disgraceful and seems to indicate that the author or authors are not invulnerable to at tack. It pays to fight fairly. By this policy, friends are made for Rev. J. E. East, D. D., even though he may not deserve such friendship. Is there a bug under this chip?v Let us hope not. -- AX HERETICAL BISHOP. Bishop William M. Brown was found guilty of heresy by the trial board of the Protestant House of Bishops in session last week at Cleveland, Ohio. In view of the fact that the Bishop not only denied the divinity of Jesus Christ, but declared] that he believed that he was a symbolical character that never actually existed any more than the proverbial Santa Claus or the popular Uncle Sam. we do not see how the triajl board could have arrived at any other conclusion. Leaders of this type should be as bold as the late Robert G. Ingersoll and equally as free from arrant hypoc risy. You cannot be Christian and atheist at one and the same time. Bishop Brown has a right to his opin ion, but he should separate himself from the Christian Church, when he expresses the same and not put that great body to the annoyance and ex pense of performing that service for him. The Modernists are entirely out or tune and alignment with the Church as fouaded by the Christian Fathers and they should be bcn-st enough to understand that fact and pio ceed with the members who believe with them, to establish another church of a different faith and order. Mjrs. Lucie E. C. Scott has im proved to such an extent under the skillful treatment of Dr. A. A. Ten nant that she will soon be able to be on the street again. Actress Hilda Thompson, who has been ill during her stay here, has improved greatly under the skillful treatment of Dr. George W. White. She leaves today for Baltimore. KEY. GEORGE BRAGG, JR’S. HISTORICAL RECITAL To the Editor of The Planet: I was much impressed in reading the beautiful tribute paid by the Rich - mond “Dispatch” to ‘Miss Belle Mason a venerable colored communicant oi St. James Episcopal Church, Rich mond. It recalled tender recollections of the past between the white ‘elect,’ and the colored ‘elect’ created by them by a participation in their life. Just as . beautiful relations were established be tween the races, under the old order of things, so let us hope that the same kind and quality of amhy ard good will may obtain under an entirely new order of affairs. Some years ago, I celebrated the Hoily Communion in St. Stc-phen’s Churchjl Petersburg, Va., where I was brought up. It was an anniversary oc casion . I was the celebrant of the Com munion, and the Priest, who assisted me and delivered the cup, was Rev. 1 Giles B. Cooke, who had presented me > for confirmation, in that same church 1 when a boy twelve years of age. Mr. 1 Cooke was an ex-Cont'ederate soldier, a Major’ on the staff of Gen. Robert, E. Lee. Among those who came for ward to receive communion were two white Southern ladies of the very high est class. One had been my teacher; the other had been ,the owner’ of some of the people in that congregation. These white ladies were ‘more humble’ than Miss Belle Mason; for they neith er came forward ‘first’ to receive, or I waited until all the colored people had received. On the contrary their huinii ity was most marked, for at different rails each came in the milst of those received; and they received the blessed sacrament from the hands of a colored Priest whom they bad known as a 'newsboy.* j • Jtceierrmg 10 ou jaines jrroieovaui i Episcopal Church, Richmond, it will | be doubtless, a piece of welcome in* formation to learn, that possibly, the most beloved rector that church has ever had the late Revt Dr. Joshua Peterkin, began his ministry as the rector of the church over which the present writer presides, St. James, First African Churchy Baltimore. We i are about celebrating the one hun dredth anniversary of the founding of the church, by a colored Priest, Wil liam Levington. Mr. Levington died ia 1836. At the time, young Mr. Peterkin was at the Virginia Seminary and hod about determined to go to Africa as a Missionary. He changed his mind and his ordination was hastened in order that he might become the rector of 9t James First A. O. and thus save tbe parish from perishing. While it*, tor of St. James, Richmond, he became I one of the founders of the Bishop 1 Payne Divinity School, Petersburg, I which has educated such a large num i ber of colored Episcopal ministers, j And. in passing I might say Hie late Rev. Dr. William Meade Clark anoth er rector of St. James, Richmond, also Editor of the Southern Churchman, in variably and persistently as few other . men, North or South, advocated ‘a square deal’ policy towards the black man.” Faithfully yours, —GEORGE F. BRAGG. JR., 1425 McCulloh St., Baltimore, Maryland. May 31. 1924. f^uben’9 Paint and Glass Com pany will serve you either in the city or out of it. You will save money and get satisfaction by deal ing with them. The Weisberger Company adver tises for business any time and any where. If you see what you want, write to the company about it and they will ship it to you. P. E. A’S TO BFCKROE. The public is invited to spend a pleasant day at Bayshore with the Progressive Educational Association, I RELIGIOUS CHRONICLER NEWS OF THE KINGDOM SHARON7 CHURCH NOTES. SUNDAY JUNE 8th„ 1924. Locations: Corner of Leigh and First Streets. 7:00 A. Ml—Sunrise Prayer and Praise Service. 10:0 A. M.—Sunday School and Men’s Bible Class. 11:25 A. M—'Sermon by Pastor: Sub ject, "Modern Idolatry.” 6:00 P. M.—Young People’s Meeting. 8:15 P. M.—Sermon by Pastor: Sub ject, “Constraining Love.” i Monday Jfcine 9th, at 8:15 P. M. Regu | lar business meeting of the church. | Regular Prayer Meeting every Wed nesday at 8:15 P. M. All are cordial ly welcome to our services. I Rev. R. H. Johnson, B. D., M. A., Pas tor; W. Ia Johnson, Clerk. THIRD STREET BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH NEWS. Wohn Valentine, IR|eporter) Sunday, June 1 was another great day at Bethel. Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. registered an attendance of 102. At 11 A. M. Rev James S. Hatcher administered Holy Com munion and every one was filled with the Holy Spirit. 214 communed; 4 conversions, 10 accessions and a total collection of $124.59. God’s Church is moving on. Next Sunday, June 8, is the cele bration of the Pentecost. Come to Bethel and let us pray for the down pouring of the Holy Spirit. The order of services: Sunday School, 9:30 A. M.; Morning Serv ice, 11 A. M.; Junior Christian En deavor League, 4 P. M.; Senior League, 6:40 P. M. Night Services 8 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wednes day night at 8 o'clock. Bible Class Friday night at 8 o’clock. All are invited to attend any of these serv ices or all. Rev. James S. Hatcher, B. D., D. D., Pastor. EVANGELIST SKIPWITH NOW IN CHICAGO .* Chicago, 111.—St. John Baptist Churoh, Rev. Dr. F. A. McCoo, pas tor—The Rev. Dr W!. H. Sklpwith, noted international preacher, singer and one of America’s foremost evan gelists is with us for his fifth year in revival. People who. have been hearing him for years in various sec tions of the country, are crowding our church and saying as they leave “I have been hearing this man preach and sing for ten years or more, but he seems to get better #nd better.” The majority of the 2,800 members of our church have (been hearing him for five years and yet when he come9 they clamor to hear him. Why? Because he always has a mes sage, in sermons and songs. Hence, he never wants for a crowd and is always engaged. He’s a real God sent Evangelist-preacher, and when it comes to singing, he is in a class by himsedf. He can measure up to any on the field, black or white. Just coming out of a fifteen weeks engagement without recreation, we were somewhat fearful of a break down hut eighty persons have united with the Church since Sunday. —S. Brewer WYTHEVILLE NEWS, WYTHEVILLE, VA., June 4.— Rev. S. R. Snarely (white) preached at Bethel A. M. 39. Church Sunday and assisted Rev. G. O. Wing to administer the Lord's Supper at night. . , ; R. Alexander Hebron, T. Walter Hebron, Jr. and little Gertrude Crockett are indispoeed this week with mumps.* i Mr. and Mrs. Austin Scott, Mrs. Little Gordon, of Pulaski motored to the city Friday the sheet; of friends and relatives. Children’s Day at Bethel'A. M. E. Church Sunday. They hope to have a grand time. Mrs. G. M. Hairston and others are working to make it a real success. See R. Alex Hebron for The Planet The (GWilean Fishermen of Ivan hoe will have their annual sermon preached the third Sunday in June at 11 o’clock. Rev. Jerome White will deliver the discourse.. Rev. Lee Scott will address the Order. Every body is invited. Free dinner will be served at the Fishermen’s Hall. Messrs. R. B. Holliday, Sherman Payne, Garland Chapman and Mrs. T. W. Hebron motored to' Ivanhoe, Saturday. Mr. Payne was made a Gallilean Fisherman while there. They were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scott. Mrs. Bessie Dylia had the misfor tune to have four gingham dresses stolen from her yard last Tuesday night. Any information leading to the whereabouts will be gladly re ceived by Mrs. Dylia. f. Misses Evettyrie Chapman and Ger trude Johnson motored to Camp Meade Sunday and were the guest of Mr. H. L. Crockett. Mr. Dave Howard and Mr. Pratt Klncannon, of Ivanhoe motored to the city Sunday and were guest In North Wytheville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell. i Rev. E. 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I cannot give Mr. L J. Hayden too much praise for what he has done for me. I have seat many other suffering ones to him, and they have also gotten cured. My daughter was also cured of Rheums tlsm and Indigestion by L. J. Hhy den’s Herb Medicines at No. ISO W Broad Street, Richmond, Ya. I re commend Mr. L. J. Hayden as onr of tbs grecteet beater* of the tech sn earth. Respectfully, J. D. TAYLOR. 1419 Grace St, Richmond, Ya ip Top.-- * 1 Wytheville Hard Hits played Ru ral Retreat Thursday. The score was 16-2 in favor of Wytheville. Misses Laura St. Olair and Marie Sayies left last week for Roanoke. Rev. W. M Bolling, the new pas tor at Bethel A. M. E. Church deliv ered two excellent sermons. The congregation seemed very much elat ed over their new leader and wel come him to his new field of labor. FULTON NOTES. V t The services at Mt. Calvary Bap tist Ohuxdh last Sabbath ware very inspiring.- The teachara were at their post of duty and seemed to put their hearts in the lesson in onr Sabbath School. 11:30 A. M. Our pastor, Rev. C. A. Cobbs lectured to the candidates for baptism, alter which we proceed ed to the baptismal stream, where 36, were plunged beneath the liquid stream. 3:30 P M. The people had a Joy ful time. * !Let us come out tomorrow, a great surprise is in store for you. * 8:30 P. Rev. C. B. Jefferson preached at the Union Level Baptist Church. Last Sunday, 3:30 P. M. The Richmond Baptist Sunday School Union held a great meeting at the River View 'baptist Church. The Junior Choir of the Sunday School rendered sonn very beautiful se'ec tioLs. . Superintendent E. F- John son made everything pleasant for us. The pastor, Rev. E. D. Lewis gave us some very encouraging remarks. President J. L. Ballard was indis posed at home and Miss Emma L. Bailey, the vice-president presided. 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