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For Christian investor*. You melve rpgtilar, grnerons, non taxable life income. Yourmoney helps a Christian enterprise. tir- 1*1 '.4 4mm -tn P* M* > 25 Rihu> AsLr Plact. &tw l"or4t? r?.noo christian avorkkks WANTK!) to sell nibles. Testaments, pood books and handsome velvet Scripture rnot tos. Good commission. Send for froo catalojruc and price list. GFX>RGK W. NOB1-K, Publisher, IVpl. \o. fi, Mnnon fHdg., Chicago, ill. DANVILLE MILITARY INSTITUTE DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. Located in the far-famed healthy Piedmont Region. Prepares for colleges, univcr wties, business, Government Academies. Magnificent buildings with modern conven iences and equipments, lnstimate relations between faculty and cadets. Comprehen Rive courses Select faculty. Personal instruction. Fine athletic fields, gymnasium reading rooms. Special Department for small bovs. Kates $575. For catalogue address COL ROBERT ALLEN BURTON, Supt, Box K. SOCIAL < L! z ? ? FOUR SQUARE THI NEEDS OF YOUR BOY PHYSICAL A SOUND MIND IN A SOUND BODY IS OUR AIM Military Training Write for Catalogue CHAMBERLAIN-HUNT ACADEMY J. W. Kennedy, Pres. Port Gibson, Miss. LEWISBURG SEMINARY For Girls In the mountain* of West Virginia. 2.300 feet above sea level, near White Sulphur Springs, on main line of the C. A O. Railroad Station Konceverte. W. Va. Fire-proof dormitory. Two window* ?n a room. Bed rooms with connecting bath. Two girls in a room. College preparatory and elective courses. Two year* of college work. Music, art expression and home economics. 110th eeaaiou begins October 6th. Catalog on request. Write to JNO. I. ARMSTRONG. PasaiDim P. O. Bo* 874. Lrwiaacao, W. Va. AUSTIN PRESBYTERIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Tbe Seminary of the Southwest L<ocated in the beautiful capital city of Texas. A product of the vigorous Southwest, with highest Christian Ideate and Btandard training. Adjacent to the University of Texas, exchanging credits with it; exceptional opportunity for University training, especially in social ?ciences, pedagogy, and philosophy. Students can socure the M. A. from the University of Texas during the Seminary course. Opens September 28, 1921. Address Reverend T. W. Currie, Chairman of the Faculty, Austin, Texas. UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY RICHMOND VIRGINIA Founded in 1812. Has long been the training men who have demonstrated chief source of supply for the Southern their efficiency both an pastors and Presbyterian pulpit. preachers, whether in the home church Has been remarkably successful in or on the foreign field. Distinguished Faculty ? Modern Facilities ? Five Courses of Study Catalog and information on request. W. W. MOORE, D. D., L. L. D? President. HAMPDEN -SIDNEY COLLEGE Hampden -Sidney, Va. A college for men, founded 1776. Degrees of B. A., B. 8. and M. A. Entrance on certificate from accredited schools. Ideal location in beautiful climate. New gym naaium. All outdoor sports. Equipment thoroughly modern. Expenses reasonab Students receive personal attention from faculty. Write for Bookie' and Catalogue J. D. EGGL&8TON, LL. D., President Hampden -Sidney, Va Greenbrier PRESBYTERIAN THE NOWLAN COMPANY nMd* ? Diamonds and other Preoic < Stones. New deeans in Engagement aad Wadding Rings, Silver Novelties and Ca ? of Silver for Brulal Presents ofthe Larp mK Patterns Fine Imported and America r Watches, Opera Glasses and LosgpetU Goods rat en approval upoa satisfactory ett> sfsrmoss. ?m kajtt main rmuT, -Richmond, va. <X>\STmT?TIVK PlKMiH AM. Tlv Rev. Henry Wade DuBoso. 1>. 1). The Southern Presbyterian Church has made notable history in the re cent development of its neneral pelt ries. Perhaps we are still too close to these developments to measure their full significance. nut there is reason to think that the action of the last Assembly has brought the Church's beneficent program to an epoch -m a k i ng culmination. The days are not yet remote when a great unified program, encompass ing all the Church's work, seemed al most a milleniul dream. So steadily, however, has that ideal been ap proached. and with such gratifying results, that the divine leading seems unmistakable. The consolidation of certain executive committees. the launching of definite forward move ments. the creation of systematic committees, the wisely conceived Pro gressive Program, with its attendant stewardship revival, and the remark able campaign for Christian Educa tion. have all been progressive steps leading toward the comprehensive and admirable plan of Church beneficence as it now stands. At St. Louis the Assembly's Stew ardship Committee was charged with a tremendous responsibility, but its task has been so logically and so prayerfully evolved, and it so <?efi nitely represents the mind and temper of the Church at large, that there is every reason for confident optimism. Our Church's program. In its pres ent form, will suffer nothing by com parison with the great forward move ments in other denominations. Thor ough-going unity and efficiency have been attained without the sacrifice of a single Presbyterian principle and without the least need of episcopal authority. In this connection it may not be invidious to commend the wisdom with which the last Assembly met an issue that was a recent subject of de bate. Immediately after the great war, when other denominations were budgeting their prospective needs for five years to come, and were seeking to secure funds through one grand drive, there were some who thought that our Church should follow their example. Advocates of this proposal held that the psychological hour had come for u great forward leap. A new era had dawned, and it was ar gued that while the thrill of it was In the soul of the Church, she should be committed to a vastly larger pro gram. The contention was not with out weight. But the contrary coun sel prevailed and the Presbyterian Church, U. S., stood by the Progres sive Program. The steady pull seemed better than a huge lunge, the on-flow ing river more promising than a tidal wave. Probably now the whole Church is glad of the choice that was made. Nevertheless, those who urged the othor plan had grasped a great fact. A new era had dawned. The hour had come when Christian educational and missionary work had to be re built on vastly broader foundations, or fail to meet the Issues of the age. And so it was inevitable that there should spring up, alongside of the Progressive Program, a series of spe cial appeals for large endowment and equipment funds. The logic of their launching was attested by the success which these appeals achieved. But there was a danger. With too many "specials" on the track there was the likelihood of interference with the "regular" schedule. There were possibilities of collision and disaster. THKM KN'DOl'S VALVE FOR IJ*c. Lending Wrcklj Mngn/lnr of Nation's Capital Makes Itcmnrknbly Attractive Offer. Washington. P. C. (Special). ? People in every section of the coun try are hurrying to take advantage of the Pathfinder's wonderful offer to send that splendid illustrated weekly review to new readers thirteen weeks for 15 cents, it costs the editor a lot of money to do this, but he says it pays to invest in new friends, and in spite of the high cost of paper and postage he will keep this rare offer open for a short time longer. You will like this paper and you need it to keep you posted on activities at the nation's capital and the world over. It is 29 years old and now bet ter than ever; splendid stories and rare miscellany; question box will an swer all your questions. Only 1 r> cents in stamps or coin mailed at once to Pathfinder. 19 L.angdon Station, Washington, I). C., will keep your whole family informed, entertained, helped and inspired for the next three months. KENTUCKY THEOIAXJICAL. SEM INARY, Louisville, Ky. John M. Vander Muelen, D. D., LL. D., President. Thornton Whaling, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology. New Mary H. Duncan Chair, fully endowed, of Religious Education, Sunday School, Young People's Work and Church Efficiency, with Dr. Van der Meulen as Professor. Able faculty. Up-to-date course of study. Practical training. Expenses moderate. Session begins October 5, 1921. For information write the Dean. Mary Baldwin Seminary iOMtJibllshrd la 1H-42. For Yauag Iiidlri, - - Staunton, V?. Term begins September 8, 1921. Lo cated in tile beautirul and historic Shen andoah Vallev of Virginia. Unsurpassed climate, handsome buildings and mod ern appointments. Students past session from thirty States and three foreign countries. Courses: Collegiate (3 years); Preparatory (4 years). Music, Art, Ex pression, Domestic Science and Athletics, Gymnasium and Field. Small classes and thorough work. Send for catalogue. NAKIANNA P. HIGUINS, Principal. COIXEGIATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Incorporated In the City of Richmond A private day school lor girla with primary, inter mediate and high school departments. College pre paratory and general course? Seventh session open* September 22, 1021. MARV ALICE BRADFORD Head of the School. KLEINBERG Home School for Girls. In the mountains of Virginia. Twenty-five miles from Charlottesville. The usual high school academic work. 8peclal attention paid to music. Bible taught throughout the school. Prepar atory courses arranged when desired. Total cost, Including Instrumental mu sic, $240. Address MISS CONSTANCE! WAILKS, Schuyler, Vs. PEABODY HAI/riMOllK, MIL The Leading Endowed Musical Conservatory In the Country. Scholarships, Operatic training Tuition in all grudes & Branches. Cir culars mailed. "the WESTMINSTER SCHOOI* A Home School (or Boys. Founded ifor Christian Education. Standard Course. Well Equipped. Rate, H60. No Extras. Address Rev. Alden S. Anderson, Principal, I Rutherfordlon, N. C.