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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, San Antonio, Texas Bapiists1 Atlanta chosen for Conven Tion City in i 1924. By amoral cd Kansas City mo., May to dirt scat immigration Law which exclude chinese from this coun try was expressed by the Southern Blip Taftt Contention in Resolution Tiloi itch Here today at the annual Lati Tibig. The Resolution called upon the convention in enl and members of local churches to intr tuition their Congress men and United senators to for such amendments to the an will guarantee proper treat ment to All Purchase of the St Cecelia Aca Demy at Nashville for the Pur pose of turning it into n negro theolo icel Seminary was authorized in an other Resolution i Loti a. Resolution to chinese expulsion Lawn Iwuh amended by w. D. Up thaw of Georgia a representative in on Greas who is taking an Active part in tie convention to read that this is the conviction of the convention that any cruelty to chinese resulting from Trio Lawn is unintentional on the part of the National government. Atlanta Georgia chosen is the meeting place of the 3924 convention. The committee on place of meeting recommended Atlanta but i. K of Galveston. Moved to sub sri tute the name bin City which motion was Defeated. Or. Adams then moved to make Atlanta s motion unanimous. Thin motion was carried. Marathon dances were characterized As disgusting exhibitions Inola violence whether by persons masked or dam asked was declared to Tram ple in no dust every Hunan right and prohibition Laws were endorsed in report of the social service com Mission adopted tonight by the con Tention. On the of dancing the re port kaid in part the Ever present and Ever insolent bets bail bans Scalp trouble just try Mahdeen for u it fails to give you perfect satisfaction your dealer authorized to cheerfully re your the Cost of a 12-oz. Bottle. At Al Barber shops. Hair dress int Parlord uru and department stores. It o advertisement was a Bear cat sly was never an Agel but after five years of liver and Stoneh rouble she acc Niue a hear oat no doctor or Medicine helped her and we thought there was no help for her. Our Roeer told me of Mynyr s wonder Ful remedy which had bipod him for trouble. M i brought Home a cult probe recesses bottle but she promptly threw it out. T got it Buck and after a week coaxed her into taking it. She is now enjoy ing the Best of health and it is n simple Bannow a preparation that removes the mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically Al stomach liver and intestinal ail ments including appendicitis. One dose will convince or Money refunded. At All adv fourth week of investigation is ended two in jail. Liy associated ftps. St. Joseph mich., my the grand jury investigating charges of immorality in the House of David cult was in a recess saturday the fourth week of its Endeavor closing with two members of the cult in jail for refusing to answer questions pro pounded by judge Harry Dingeman the Ono Man grand jury regarding the mysterious of Tidor Pha Smith Moore wanted As a grand jury witness. The two in confinement James Moore 45, Stone Mason husband of the Young girl and mrs. Elizabeth Julia Stroupe Rowe another sect member. Years ago Are excavated by associated press. Santa Barbara. Cal., May 10. Discoveries made in the Indian Mound Oil nation in Progress on the old ambassador hotel grounds Here carry history of Santa Barbara Back so years in the opinion of 3. A Harrington a representative of the smithsonian institution. The excavations have reached depth of Only about 7 feet but the ground is Rich in relics and still More ancient discoveries Are expected. A Resolution on motion picture can ship and sunday movie shows is expected to be presented to the As Sembly for action. The controversy Between the Ultra conservative and progressive factions was it tilt saturday due to the absence of William Jennings Bryan Lender of fhe fundamentalists from the City. Bryan who went to Kansas City to address a Baptist meeting is coming Back in time to two addresses on evolution and the fundamental interpretations of the Bible sunday the first will be at a popu Lar meeting of the Nae my in the afternoon under the auspices of the committee on Sabbath Observance and the other from the pulpit of West Minster presbyterian Church sunday night. Or. Clarence e. Macartney of Philadelphia who brought to the convention the Philadelphia Presby Tery s protest against the Liberal Doc Trines of Harry Emerson Fosdick As expounded in the first presbyterian Church of new York is to preach at Meridian Street methodist Church Sumilas morning and is expected to elaborate on the conservative fac Tion s Tiews. The liberals will be represented by the her. William p. Merrill pastor of the famous Brick Church or new York and a warm defender of or. Fosdick who trill fill Henry Ward Beecher g old pulpit at the second presbyterian Church and by or. Charles f. Luihart the Moderator who will preach at the first presbyterian com run. Or. Wishart. While conservative in views has declared he stands for tolerance in dealing with of others m Long 399 immigrants landed in Canada on special permit. By associated press. Halifax n. P., by associated press. Fairfield 111., slay general Assembly of the Cumberland i Resby Triau Church in session Here saturday chose i Texas is us next year s meeting place after Mckenzie tenn., had withdrawn in favor of the Texas City. Bowling a Crimi. By. Was the Only other City to a bid for the next years . Reports of various boards auffont ies and reference of memorials id reports to the various occupied the Forenoon session of the Ai Sembly. A paper condemning the teaching of any form of science or not in i Annony with liable in l upon the Assembly to declare thai no teacher should be in the est Rich schools who us in. And affected by ill Eri Liberal opinions was of Bowling Green by. The paper which was regarded As a against evolution was referred to n. Special committee composed of three sex moderators. The report of the Board Public j cation presented by the Rev j. L. I Lushus of Nashville tenn., editor and manager showed nos atm of and no liabilities. The report pointed out that this u the first time in the Kovendy years history of publication in the Church that the pub Lishing House Luis been free from debt. The women missionary convention which also is meeting Here in connection with the Assembly busied it self with hearing reports from the school for chinese at Sun Francisco the chinese missionary stations in China and the new station being opened in South America. The report of the Tzensu or of the women s Board showed n neat bal , with the debt of the new mis Sion building in san and Canton. Chinn having been Piid. The convention sunday purpose by Tion. Carnegie Corpora Samuel Williton will re Porter for contracts Francu h. Bohlen reporter Lor Torti Floyd r. Mec Liem reporter for Agency and Joseph u. Beale reporter for conflict of Laws. Toliese reporters who will be primarily responsible for the preparation of the preliminary drafts will each have assistants and the advice of the other leading experts the work started at longshoremen s head re elected at meet by associated Preu. Boston May j. Four Are appointed to restate Laws by associated press. A Kwh Yoke May prominent Legal authorities were chosen saturday by the Council of the american Law Institute to undertake the work of restating the common Law of the land. A fund of recently was made available for the Chlopek of Buffalo saturday was re elected president of the International longshoremen s association at concluding session of five Day convention Here. J. J. Boyce of Buffalo was elected Secretary treasurer. Vice chosen include w. H. Jonet troit Thomas Harris end Thomas p. Woodland new Orleans Josephi b. Tighe St. Johns n. F. George Mil Ler Hampton roads j. A. Madson Portland Ore. J. H. Frieze and c. A. Ferguson Galveston and Edward Larsen Duluth. The convention pledged itself to co operate with the shipping Board and to assist it in every Way in perpetuating the american merchant Marine. Clip two Days off their journey and arrive in the United states before the immigration quota for the United kingdom was exhausted 309 Scot Tish immigrants originally bound for new York were landed by the steam ship Cameron a Here saturday and planned to Complete their trip by rail. Examined under a special permit from the american immigration authorities at Washington the Immi Grants were to be started for new York saturday night of a special train. Reports that More than enough immigrants to fill the United kingdom quote had sailed from various ports caused those on the Cameron a to Appeal to the ship s commander to land them in Canada. The Cameron in proceeded to new York saturday afternoon with her remaining 150 passengers. Cotton firm fails Bank lose special Telegram to the express. Houston tex., May a result of the failure of the William m. Ward Cotton company the first National Bank of Houston Baa writ ten off its books the sum of s200. 000, officials of the Bank stated Hen saturday. Ward s debts will amount to More than it is estimated. Ward disappeared from his Home last wednesday his father in Law j. C. Bering said. Bering was a partner in the Ward Cotton company and faces failure also. Bering has turned Over his personal Fortune including his hold Ings in the Bering Cortezi company to meet the liabilities of the Cotton company. The failure of the Cotton company in no any affects the hardware company officials of the latter concern stated Satur Day. Ward also was o director of Houston Cotton sex by associated press. New York Iliin j to pm bark on the olympic on which he Hail reserved n honeymoon suite or his intend Eil Bride Lieut. Wiseman Clark it. X., sailed Une saturday on the steamship on Umi. Declaring still loved miss Nancy Michael Hoyt Washington society Belle whose engagement to marry him was broken off last wednesday n Fen hours before the time set for the wedding. The olympic s passenger list still carried the names of or. And mrs. F. W. Clark but it was explained the reservations had been cancelled a Short time before the breaking of the engagement. Lieut. Clark said he had changed to the because Bis parents who came to attend the wedding had passage on that ship. I Don t think we will Ever be he said when Pakett if there was any likelihood of a later wed Ding. Are you bound for Home broken he was asked. Broken hearted Well it s a Ter Rible blow to he replied. I Don t want to say anything about the controversy Between our parents. To was a Complete Surprise to me. The wedding was to have taken place on the Lgth. We raw each other on the Luth and had luncheon together. The wedding was postponed at that night. I still love miss Hoyt. I would do anything for Are and i would give anything rather than to have had this Cut in Coal freight rates seems probable by press. Kansas City mo., May if rates Are lowered on transportation of Jon from southwestern mines to the Missouri River markets in accordance with a complaint filed by the southwestern Ron operators the a inroad will lower in Anteh to these places from the Illinois Fields. T. R. Farrell of St. Louis As Distant general freight agent of the to base. Testified in an interstate Commerce hearing Here saturday. Farrell said has not. Made any inroads on the Kansas markets. Contended by the comp Lahi or. Farrell stated that to reduce the Coal transportation rates from Illinois to the Missouri River cities would disturb the rate Structure in the East but held that a reduction of southwestern rates would make Thi necessary. Rates from Southern Illinois Fields to the Missouri River cities not discriminatory. R. Camp. Chicago twist not Coful traffic manager of the Illinois Central Railroad testified. A millinery event truly sensational begins monday at a. M. Your unrestricted Choice exclusive models of the Best millinery artists will be presented at reduced prices. Every hat new distinctive of character sailors sport hats tailored and Garden hats. Values up to four dozen new numbers in trimmed and untrimmed hats including children s models will go Al i no . Our. Sale final

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