JSS at Bethany Park IN in July 1908. Last trip away from Paris?
EVANGELISTIC CONGRESS CLOSING ITS PROGRAM TEACHERS' TRAINING INSTITUTE WlLL OPEN TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. BIG CROWD AT BETHANY PARK Special to Th Indianapolis New. BETH A NT PAHKi Ind.. July pL This was the last day of the evanellstlc section section of the Xational Evangelistic and Teachers' Trainlnft Institute, and there was a large attendance. ' The teachers' training part of the program begins tomorrow tomorrow mornlnj?.. and a great many who are attending the evangelistic congress will stay for the institute. There are now about 3.0 people here. The arrivals yesterday .included people from ten different different States. The last session of the evangelistic congress opened this morning at S, with a conference on "The New Testament Kvangellsm vs. the New Evangelism." This was led by 3. N. SnlfT, of Angola, who was assisted by B.- B.- J. Badford, of Kureka, 111.; John S. Sweeney, of. Paris, Ky.; J. T. McGarvey, of Lexington Ky., and 1. It. Dungan, of lies Moines, la. Round Table on Methods. j At 10 o'clock there was a round table on "Methods in Evangelism," led by" Charles Reign Scoville. of Chicago. He said: "The great, cry of the world to-day to-day to-day Is for men. The need-of need-of need-of th,e world Is personality, personality, preparation. power, prayer. Organization can never "take the; place of personality and spirituality. The cry of the, church la for men, methods and machinery." Mr. Scoville said that a year ago he talked- talked- to the laboring people ot the Atlaa Engine Works, but from present developments it would seem that he would have done more pood If he had talked in the county offices, in which Hugging and McGregor and others were employed. . Mr. Scovllle also said that every man has his ambition Taft and -Bryan -Bryan have ambition for a crown, others have ambition ambition for wealth, but that the greatest ambition ambition was that for winning souls. He said the ambition of the. evangelist ia ; the greatest of all ambitions. Mr. Scovllle will lecture again Sunday night. Open Parliament. The afternoon was devoted to an open parliament ; on "Pentecostal Revival," which waa led by. J. iV. Coombs, of Dan-villei Dan-villei Dan-villei Ind. The subtopics were-taken were-taken were-taken as follows: "The Pentecostal Revival a Model Model for All Ages," by W. T. Brooks, of Ladoga, Ladoga, Ind. ; "The Results of the First Pentecostal Sermon.' by T. J. Segg, of Indianapolis. Short ta'lks were-also were-also were-also made by E. L. Frazier, E. B. , Barnes, A. B. Moore, J. P. Conder, R. It. Fife, Thomas L. Cooksey.- Cooksey.- ; .-;"': .This evening at 7:30 a song service will be led by Mr. Frank Huston,- Huston,- of Indiana-polls. Indiana-polls. Indiana-polls. All the singing evangelists who are here will take part in the service. This will be followed by a lecture by pror. Charles T. Paul, of Hiram College, on "The Old Kible arid the New China." " Last night-ByrOn night-ByrOn night-ByrOn C. Piatt, of Marlon, O., delivered an address on "American Morals." Mr. Platt-said: Platt-said: Platt-said: "There are thousands of homes throughout this coun-. coun-. coun-. try that are more papran than are the crude huts' of China. , The American peo-nle peo-nle peo-nle take privileges in their, relations with others to-day to-day to-day that years ago would not have been thought of. ' The American people as a class have abandoned the reading of the Bible." , He said that through the home life alone could this be corrected. ; : ' , y ' Program fo To-Morrow. To-Morrow. To-Morrow. To-morrow To-morrow To-morrow will be the first; day of the National : Teachers' Training Institute, and services wilt be held In the C. E. auditorium.-in auditorium.-in auditorium.-in the-tent the-tent the-tent and .In the tabernacle. tabernacle. The main program.; In the tabernacle, tabernacle, will begin" with an address at 9:30 by P. II. Wejshlmer. of Canton, O., on "A Sunday-school Sunday-school Sunday-school Vlsion This will be followed at 10 by a lecture On "Creating "Creating State-wide State-wide State-wide Enthusiasm for the Open Book." - by Myron C. Settle. ..of Topeka, Kas, At 10:45 there will be song service, led by Prof. E. O. Excell. of Chicago. . At 11:45' a conference will be led by Clarence L. DePew.'of Jacksonville, 111., on "Making: Teacher Training Unanimous." Unanimous." I . .; : ' : . ; '."' " In the afternoon, at 2:15, Mr. J. w. McGarvey McGarvey will give a, Bible lecture. He will be followed at 3 by a lecture on "How We Built Up and Taught the Biggest Teacher Teacher Training Class in the "World." by J. M. Kersey, of Persons, Kas. At 8:30 O. W. Lawrence, of Decatur, I1L. will lecture on "How We Built Up- Up- a Bigger' Teacher Training Class." . In -the -the evenintr E. Ot Exeefl will lead another song Bervlce. V Newsboys Band to Give Concert. At 8 o'clock a. concert will be given, by The Indianapolis News Newsboys' Band. This concert has been looked forward to by the people at the park all week, and It promises to be . of great Interest. The. boys have appeared here befpre and their high-class high-class high-class piaymr is always ap- ap- predated. Yesterday evening a large mass meeting-was meeting-was meeting-was meeting-was held out In the park.. Mr. Carpenter Carpenter gave a brief talk and was greeted by a large crowd. , , i .