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WORK DF SUPPLY
On of the major activities . of the
"Woman' Auxiliary la the work of the
sxtppiy section, of which Mrs. G. K. B,
Wade is executive secretary, with
headquarters in New York. This sec
tion is what was formerly known as
the box work, its work being that of
supplying clothing-, linens and hospital
dressing for torn of the missionary
clergy, and to schools, 'hospitals And
general mission stations.
"The work) was reorganised at the
last General : Convention, held In De
troit." said Mrs. Wade this morning.
"Certain standards were adopted, and
as a result more and, better work is
being accomplished. All appeals for
supplies are made t othe bishops, who,
in ttprn, send them to me. and I parcel
them out to the auxiliaries according,
to their capacity. The garments are
made, dressings prepared and boxes
2 re sent directly to the field, which is
both domestic and foreign. Our boxes
go to Japan. China, the Philippines.
Hawaii. Alaska, Mexico. Porto Rico
and Liberia. Then, too, we do a large
work among the negroes and mountain
whiles of the South. We send out an
nually about: 400 boxes valued all the
way from 1 250 to $1000. 'In 1920 our
output was valued at 9243,000,' and in
1921 it was valued at $281,000.
. "Some of the larger and better or
ganised auxiliaries have worked out
highly efficient plans for their activ
ities, buying in wholesale lots, operat
ing -sewing rooms and making a spe
cial effort at accomplishment during
the Lenten period."
Committees for various departments
of the work of the House of Bishops
were announced Thursday at the meet
ing of that body. At this time W. W.
Skiddy was also chosen treasurer of
the convention, his election being unan
iihous in the house of bishops and the
house of deputies.
The committee and the designation
of their members follows :
I Iujwt?h of HtMdncaa Bishops Frederick
Fnckr KrcM. I. D . biahop of Ueorgia; WH
win Rciff steartr. li. D. , biahop coadjutor of
Newark; Thomas Frederick Danes, 1. 1.
bijJxjp of Weatera MaaaachuaeUa.
RuJ of Order Th chairman ( tx-of
fic) ; Btabopa Charles Edward Woodcock. D
D.. biahop ' Kentucky; John Newton Mc-Corsica-.
D. It., biahop of W astern Jfk-hisan
Jobs Uardaer Murray, D. !., bishop of
Marylaa: Ueorca Allen Beechar, D. D., biahop
of western ebnaka; Rev. Frank Arthur Mc
Elwain. D. D.. blshoo of Minnesota: Hun
' lani Moor. J. D . bi&bop coadjutor of
Nomination of Missionary Bighorn
f Biahopa Kredcrtrk Racers Gnvrel, D. D-.
exDop of fchanebal: Kobert ucR&y HarrU, li.
I-. bfchop of Marqaette; "Junius Moore
Homer. IK IX. biahop of Asherille; Henry
St. Oeorre Tucker. IX D-. btaiiep of Kyoto;
Charles Tyler 01m.itert. D. I.. buhop of Cen
tral New Terki Julius W. Atwood. IX IX.
buhep of AriKMia; Daniel Trumbull HtuiUnc-
ton. v. it.. Oboop or aaimc.
Amendments to th Constitution Bishop
mya ineenc V. li , bnnop of Southern
Ohio; V iUii Andrew Ijmnard, li. D,
bishop of Obk ; William JLawrenre. t. D .
button or - Maasachuaetta: (eors Tnun
Hliu. P. IX, bishop coadjutor of Vermont,
i nanes PaJraentun Anderson, I. rx, bishop
of Chicaco; M'Uham T. Manning. O. IX. bUbap
or Mew Tort; wuflam Layil iraatt, IX IX.
Bamop or west Virginia.
On Canon Bishops Jnoeph Blount
, rheahire, IX D., binhop of North Carolina:
Edward MrlriHo Parker, O. li . bavbop of
New Hampshire; Jama I Wolf l'errj Jr.,
ix if., ouncp ot unode Island: William Theo
dore Capers. I, D-, biahop of West Texas
James Win, IN fx, ttlahbp of Kanart; lr
toe reaks JohJteen. Ik li.. binhon of Colo
rado: Re tarter -UaBbrtdn Tarter, n. i .
biahop of rVmt&ern Virginia; Thnmaa Fraak-
Uatmr. li. IXt btafco of Tenneasasv
Memorials aad rwoUona-vBlafcer F-dwia
Gardner Weed. D. D., biskop of Florida;
IjOWW WUHaec Burton. I. rx, bkihop of Isl
ington; ItK-iea jt Kiaaolrins, D. rx, binhop
of SoaUura - BraSU; Chsxten MlDaiceroda
Bsekwith, IX fx. biahop of Alabama; Fred
erick Fawte Johasoa, t rx, bishop ooadfatw
of Miaaourt: Frank Da Moulin. D. D., bbhop
eoadjator of Ohio; Char las Blarney Cofcnor.
IX IX. biahop of Porto Rino
DomssUe- Mkista 1 Bmhors risr Trim
bis, Howe.. t. t.. bitop of Alanka; Theodore
thiBsso Beatton. IX tlx. .bihnp of Mlmia
sippi: William Frederic Kaber. I). 1.. bishep
of kfontana: Nathaniel Ssymour Thomaa, l
IX, biKhoo of Wyoauas: Walter Taylor Sum
ner, aX D-. bishop of Oretpn; Hugh La tuner
Burleson, D. D.. bwiiop of South Pskota;
kYank Halo Ton ret. IX IX. bishop of Idaho.
On Foreign- MtJNlona Bihor Ethelhert -Tl-
v lander, v.. v.. bianco or rannarw.nl.- jni
ManhaTl Franc ta, D. IX. btahop Of Indianapolis;
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Jobs KeCira. T. B.. biahop'of Tokyo; tioaaa
u. Kcota, j IX IX, cnabosi w lUMow; srr.aur
B. IJoyd, suffiaaaa biahop of New York. '
i trajcr jsooas jnaaom vasroaan
Whitehead. D. I).. bhoo of Pittabaxc: DaTis
Sessoaa, I. II., biahop of Louisiana ; Joseph
H. Johason,' I. IX. biahop of Loa Asseaaa;
Frsderacfe Barma. IX D. biahop of Loal
ealaad; Jams H. ' fJariiatTton, IX biahav
of Harrialraiv: H. &. Hulae, D. O.. biahop of
vane: iiaarr. J. Jtikeu. XX xx. Diaaao oi Mr
Jaata. .. . .
OB ChriatUa Xdaoataoat Bishops KeiBia
H. Waller. IX IX. biahop of Van da Lac;
Charles Henry- Grant, I). I.. btahop of Westera
Sew York; Frederick William Keator, D. IX.
biahop at Olyiapia; Wflham Aleaaader U Berry.
IX !., biahop of Boat Carolina; inorsas
Mnrrisoa, I). P., buhop coadjutor of lows;
Wells and Knight.
Committee on Kocia! Serfice Bishops
Chauncer B- Bfcwrter. IX IX, bishop of Coa-
necticnt : Charies 1. wuiiama. i. i'-. oiaoop
of Michisaa; Edwin S. I.innee. li. U.. biahop
of Newark; W. V(, Webb. - D. biahop of
Milwaukee: Frank Ta MouUa. IX IX. buhoo
coadjutor of Ohio; C. S- Oum 1. I-, baboi
coadjutor of Texas; PhUlip Cook; V. li..
bishop or Uclaware: wuuara ti. jsoareiaiMi. i'.
V . bisliop si Mecraaiento; Jssnes tv. vtio-
Chester D. 1.. bffibon of Arkansas; Frederick
li. Howden. I. IX. bishop ot ew Mexico;
H. Sherwood. IX li.. btahop of aprinctiem ;
Tliomaa J. Uarlaad. T. 1., uf fragaa ' bishop
of lennjjlTnia ; Arthur C, Thtrnfoa, D. li..
biahop coadjutor of Southern Yinrmta.
.Committee on New Dioceaes Blshoi (Seorge
H. Kinolring. D. I., bishop of Texas; to
ward Fswcett.'O. D., bishop of Quincy; teorge
C Hunting. P. P., biahop of Nersds: T. F
Thurston, li. D.. birho of Oklahoma: Richard
Henry Nelson. IX li.. bishop of Albany; G. ...
Bennett, IX D.. bmhop of Dolntli ; Ueorgs W.
Usreniwrt, V. D.. bishop of Easton.
Conduct of Committee on Religious 8err
Ires Bishops Cameron Mann, 1. li., bishop
of South Hortda: Benjamin Brewster. IX li..
bibnp of Maine; t. . banford, 1. I.. bishop
of 8an Joaquin; Herman Page, IX P., bishop
of Spokane: Robert H. Mlse. D. P.. bishop of
Salins; Arthur W. Moulton, IX !.. ounoy oi
Ctsh: Bobert C. Jett. I. li.. bishop of South
Committee on iienersl Theoloaical Hemm-
sry nino; Jotm iiasen ivnite, i'. i.. oisaop
of Northern Indians; Kidney C. Partridge. I).
P.. bishop of Weet Muamn: John Ward, IX
bishop of Erie: Paul Mathews. l. IX,
bishop of New Jersey; tieorge Y. Bliss, li. P.,
bishop coadjutor ot Vermont; trourerneur i.
Moshsr, P. P.. bishop of the Fhilliiipine
iKlands; James C. Morns, li. li.. bishop ot
On 1'iilinished Business Bishops Thomas
C. Imrst, li. li.. buhop of East Carolina:
Edward Arthur Temple, P. P., bwhop of
North Texas; John P. Tyler, P. P., bishop of
North Iiakota: K. F. Johnson. P. p., bishop
coadjutor of Missouri; Arthur It. Williams, P.
P.. bishop coadjutor of Nebraska: KirVmati U.
rliuty. It. I)., bishop coadjutor ot couth Caro-
h'na; Edward I Parsons, P. D., bishop coad
jutor of Califomis.
Will Be Discussed
'The Soulless Machine" will be the
topic of the radiophone talk this after
noon at 5 :30 by the Right Reverend
George A. Beecher, bishop of Western
Nebraska, at the Haiiock A Watson
station. This talk, one Of the series ar
ranged by The Journal and Hallock A
Watson, is a brief resume of tho in
dustrial situation and is of particular
interest at this time.
Thursday afternoon Bishop Freder
ick F. Reese of Georgia gave a talk
on the conditions existing among the
nejrroes of the Souh. ' -He told how the
negro was developing In his own cir
cles and to what extern aid was need
ed from the nation at large.
The fourth talk will be given Sat
urday afternoon bv Bishop Hugh L.
tiurieson of Koulh "Dakota.
, The. talks -by bishops and prominent
faymien 'of the Protestant Episcopal
Chureh Of 'America will be continued
next vteek. The program is made up
by tbBev.. Mr. llobert F. tiibson of
New York, working In conjunction
With' The Journal and Hallock & Wat
son. That the taiks are well received
is attested by the numerous favorable
reports that have been made to the
Hallock & Watsou station.
Service League to
'Admit Men, in New
X discussion of tho probability of
disbanding the national committee of
the Church Service League of the
Episcopal church to leave a way open
fpr the formation of a new Committee
to ! prelude representatives 6f the men's
organizations of the church was termi
nated by a motion presented by Miss
Prances V. Sibley, president of the
Girls' Friendly Socety in America,
which read that the existing national
committee be dissolved.
The discussion took place at a meet-
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ing of the Church Service league,
which is a" federation of seven national
women's organizations of the church,
held -Thursday afternoon at The Audi
torium. In disbanding the existing national
committee It was recommended that
two representatives otf .ah national
organisation of men ahT women be se
lected to serve on & -committee to meet
In conference for mutual "ttnerstanding,
advice and cooperative ' action annu
ally at the call of the chairman. It
was decided to make this Question the
first business of importance at a con
ference to be held Saturday next week.
Twenty members of the national
committee and 100 delegates represent
ing 36 dioceses were present. Mrs. Ar
thur S. Phelps of New Jersey, presi
dent of the Church Service League,
presided. ' Reports of the secretary.
Mrs. Paul Sterling of Massachusetts,
and of Miss Lucy Sturgis of that state
followed roll call.
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'v '."S-j'ciiv J named a the regular convention city.
, . , t , - j I 5 I They alo approved the work of the
, , A;' I American Red C ross and called upon
, , I ' f "innoera to support, its roil call
j V I , drve oh Armistico day.
Above, at rifrht The Ttcv. Fred
erick W. Beekman, rector of the
American church of the Holy
Trinity, Paris, France, which has
been designated as the American
church of World War memorials
in Europe; at left, the Rev. Dr.
Alexander Mann, 'who was unani
mously reelected president ot the
House of Deputies. Below, at
right -The Rev. Carroll Davis;
center, Mrs. 3. K. D. Wade, sup
ply secretary of the Wonan'a
Auxiliary, with headquarters in
New Tors:; tat left, Rt, Rev. Rob
ert Li. Paddock, bishop of Eastern
Oregon, who has tendered his
resignation. Below Rt. Rev.
Ernest Vincent Shaylor, T. D
bishop of Nebraska.
fects and JS.3S9.07l for new work, jor
a total of almost 521,000,000. ;
EDUCATIONAL WORK I
The program shows an .immense
a mount of feiliicational work necessary
In both the horna and foreign fields.
Largs provision is mads for religious
worlt In tha' leading state universities,
so tjiat students may kep in touch
Vitb ths -ork of their church. Thers
are in all tie Items under this had, 3ri
eluding the schools under the American
riag. a well as in . China. Japan, Li
beria and Latin America. , f
.Franklin called attention to the fact
that while the program falls for a
total of $21.00,000, in three years; it
represents only $6.50 a year for each
Communicant or about 114 cents a
.week. - '.-:,. ' ' I
i At the meeting of the house of depu
ties Thursday afternoon announcement
was mad , that the bouse - of bishops
had confirmed th election of W. W.
B kiddy as treasurer of this General
Convention.- .. x
tolSTEICTS ADMiTTtB . f
The deputies alsj voted the mission
ary districts Of Southern Florida and
Aahevilla admission to iha convention
as regular dioceses, provided th fcSsh
ops concur. Southern Florida desires
to change its name to South Florida
aad Aaheville to Western North Carolina-
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' A memorial was also' nassad arrant.
Ing to. the diocese of South Carolina
the fight to create two diocese out ot
the present diocese. No names were
suggested for Jthe new dioceses, which
will be created as soon aa the house
Of biahop concurs. ,:
' Both house Thursday cencUrr cdt in
the resolution that the convention Con
tinue to meet In different cities over
the ,ouatrv An. effort was .mad at
ta last convention to have en city
EPISCOPAL FUND :
AHEAD OF EXPENSE
( Continued From Pace One) -1
i Mii i mar,
a committee of three men from the
clerical and lay deputies to confer with
a similar committee from' the house
of bishops, on what relation the Epis
copal church - should sustain toward
the Federal Council of Churches of
Christ tn America.
TO FILL VACAXCIES
- Authority was also voted, the pres
ident bishops of the eight provinces to
fill vacancies in the episcopate In
missionary districts. This power has
heretofore rested in the presiding
The deputies also "passed a consti
tutional amendment not making it
obligatory for A diocese to belong to
a province. This action is consid
ered important by many churchmen,
as it will probably have much to do
with deciding the future . strength
of the provincial system of organiza
tion; On motion; of the Rt. Rev. W. T.
Manning, D. D bishop of New York,
the Rev. Dr. George F. Nelson was
invited to occupy a seat on the plat
form of the house of bishops whenever
tha house' was not meeting in execu
tive aeasdAn. For many years Ir.
Nelson haa been , secretary to the
house of bishops.
MEMORIAL HESOLtTTIOTf OX
HEALLSG IS FBESE5TED
Because the ministry f healing un-
I der various forms is receiving a new
impulse and meaning wltn vast possi
bilities for spiritual enrichment of the
hnn-ti a memorial resolution was
mI this morn in e in the house of
deputies of the General Convention of
the Episcopal cnurcn irom ine trur
ince Of the Pacific which was re-rr1-..-l
bv the oresiding deputy. Dr.
AUrsfider Mann, to a committee for
i was recommended by ine commit
tee of the Pacific province that the
hyaline ministries of the church be
duly safeguarded and reverently con
served, thus restoring vnnsua"
ing to Its ancient and rightful place in
the faith and practice of the church.
CHRISTIANITY AS BASIS
In its recommendation to the clergy
and laity it urged as a recognition or
the fundamental principles of Chris
tian healing : .
That all healing, wnetner or ooay.
mind or solrit. is divine in its char
acter and is the resultant of the life
cwivlrtcr onirit of God.
That euettncuveiy unniusu
I is the manifestation or tnat me
through Christ, who hath life abiding
in him and wno quiCKenetn nom ne
That this life may operate indirect
ly through the healing agencies re
vealed to man in the science of mate
rial medicine and surgery, or oirectiy
in response -to prayer and faith.
That, these agencies are compie
mentary in tneir nature, mo n7m
Ufa of God operating in and tnrougn
them and lifting all processes or near
in to the plane of the divine.
That Jesus Christ is the medium oi
rontact with that healing and redeem
ing life, forgiving the sin and heating
th infirmity of believers.
The Rt. Rev. Oorazd PaviiK. Disnop
of the national church of Czecho-Slo
vakia made a brief address in his
native tongue, which was read In Eng
lish translation. He said that he found
a great similarity between the men
tality of the Czecho-siovaKiaii cnuron
and the American Kplscopal church
although his own church has not yet
adopted all the forms or tne ormo
He spoke of the experience of his
church, which came Into being after
the war period and" Is reminiscent of
jhedays of John Hj18- message
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'At Tenth St.
was that of greeting to and a.f lection:
for America and the church, and was
received with enthusiastic applause, i
The Rav. William G. MacDowell.
bishop coadjutor of the diocese of Al
abama, asked for- at least one hour for
the presentation of the World Con
ference of Faith and Order in 1825.
A brief resolution on the commission
for prayer book revision with specific
reference to certain terms used In the
text was presented by the Rev. C B.
Wilmer of Atlanta. Ga.
In appreciation of the faithful serv
ice of the Rev. Dr. Henry An6tlce.
whose resignation has been accepted.
a resolution was presented in which it
was recommended that he be given a
seat on the platform during all ses
sions oi me nouse ux deputies. . i b
resolution was adopted by a rising
Church m Nebraska;
6000 in Attendance
"We have in Lincoln, Neb., the only
university church in the country which
is managed, conducted, equipped and i
operated wholly by - students," said
Right Rev. Ernest Vincent. Shayler,
D. .. bishop of Nebraska, who is at
tending the General Convention. "We
have a student body of 6000 and of
these 200 are Episcopalians. The rector
Is a man specially Qualified for work
among young people arid a splendid
church is the result. We are now
erecting a diocesan school for girls at
Omaha which will cost $50f.,000.
"One of the most- interesting things
in my career as bishop of this diocese
is the watch night service which I con
ducted two years ago on the stage of
the burlesque theatre of Omaha. I
was invited to conduct a IS minute
service and I held it a very great priv
ilege to be asked to hold a service in
between the hours of. horns, whistles
and general hilarity which preceded
and followed the advent of - the New
"You have a wonderful and beauti
ful country here but I would not be
quite loyal to my own state if I failed
to remind you that Omaha is the 28th
largest city in the country and the 14th
in bank clearings, that it handles more
wheat than Oregon, Washington and
California combined and that It is the
fourth largest railroad center in the
Paris Church Draws
Tourists From This
Coast, Says Bishop
Medford. Sept. 8. In an address in
St. Marks church, Medford, Sunday,
Bishop E. Mott Williams said that the
church in Paris is attended by great
throngs, a surprisingly large percent
age of whom are tourists from this
The Protestant Kplscopal Church of
America Is not in Europe for any pur
pose other than for the good of Amer
icana, domiciled or touring, who may
be reached by its Influence', the bishop
said, which presents a contrast to most
other American activities on that con
tinent and has attracted much at
tention, with sympathetic cooperation
The church is on a footing of entire
equality with the European, thus
more "in time" than could be one in
the role of benefactor, however noble.
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