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New Orleans Presbytery.
Among the lasting and gratifying impressions left by this Conference may be mentioned: 1 ? The high spiritual tone through out the Conference, largely due to the devotional Bible studies by Lh\ Thompson. 2 ? The splendid co-operation on the part of the pastors of the Pres bytery. 3 ? The delightful and bountiful hospitality of the people of Crowley. 4 ? The great amount of genuine talent among the Sunday School workers of this Presbyterial district. Another revelation resulting from the Conference is the lack of etliciencv in the Schools of this District, a3 measured by tlio Assembly's Ten Point Standard, a fact which we trust will incite to an earnest effort on the part all Uie Schools to increase their efficiency during the coming year. After this delightful fellowship and inspiration gained from the unusually strong addresses and from the help ful discussions, we feel that a red letter day has indeed been added to the calendar of the Sunday School work of the Presbytery and a high standard set for all our future Con Terences. May each School look for ward to next year's Conference with a determination to do its part to wards raising the average of efficiency for the District. LAYMEN (Continued from page 7) Mrs. Charles C. Robbins, Leader in Camp Fire Girls' Work. N. L. Piotrowski, President Polish Catholic Union. Mrs. Otlielia Myhrman, President Swedish-American Republican Wo men's Association. Andrew Hummeland, Attorney. M. E. Greenebaum, President Greenebaum Sons' Bank. Mrs. Harriet Taylor Treadwell, President Chicago League of Women Voters. Mrs. J. J. Delaney, President Ca tholic Woman's League. Hon. Francis Borrilla, Attorney. Dr. S. M. Melamed, Editor Jewish Daily Courier. Dr. Saul Silber, Rabbi Temple Anslie Sholem. Joseph J. Kra?owski, President LTniversal State Bank. Louis H. Dimick, Manufacturers' Agent. Anton Biankini, M. D. G reenbrier MILITARY SCHOOL PRESBYTERIAN >i . military boarding school. Instructors ? all college graduate*. Bracing mountain climate. 2300 ft. altitude. On Main Line, C. <fc O. R. R. Station Roaceverte. Brick buildings. ",ew ?76,000 /ire proof barracks. Atbletio field New gymnasium. Terms $500. Illustrated cat alog. address COL. H. B. MOORE, A. M.. Principal. Bo* 80. Lewisburg, W. Va. VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (The State Agricultural and Mechanical College) All Courses Open Alike to Men and Women. Four-year courses for high school graduates, leading to B. S. degree, in Agriculture, Engineering, Science, and Teacher Training. Two-year courses in Pre-medical, Home Demonstration, and Practical Agriculture. Short unit courses in agricultural branches and printing (linotype.) For catalogue and full particulars, address DEAN OF THE COLLEGE, V. P. I., Blacksburg, Va. MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA Medicine Denistry Pharmacy Nursing New Buildings. Well Equipped Laboratories Under the Direction of Full-Time Com petent Teachers. The Memorial Hospital, Dooley Hospital, St. Philip Hospital are owned and con trolled by the Medical College of Virginia, and offer every facility for thorough Clinical Teaching. Staffs composed of the Faculty of the College. Additional CliniciH Facilities are offered through other institutions in Richmond. For full information and catalogue address J. R.McCAULEY, Secretary, . Richmond, Va. THE SEMINARY OF THE SOUTHWEST Jjocated in the beautiful capital city of Texas. A product of the vigorous Southwest, with highest Christian ideals and standard training. Adjacent to the University of Texas, exchanging credits with it; exceptional opportun ity for University training, especially in social sciences, pedagogy and philosophy. Stu dents can secure the M. A. from the University of Texas during the Seminary course. Opens September 27, 1922 Address REV. T. W. CURRIE, President Austin, Tex. HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE Hampden-Sidney, Va. A college for men, founded 1776. Degrees of B. A., B. S. and M. A. En trance on certificate from accredited schools. Ideal location in beautiful climate. New gymnasium. All outdoor sports. Equipment thoroughly modern. Expenses reasonable. Students receive personal attention from faculty. Write for Booklet and Catalogue J. D. KGGLESTON, LL D., President. H am pd en-Sidney, Va. THE NOWLAN COMPANY High-Glass Diamonds and other Precious Stones. New designs in Engage ment and Wedding Rings,- Silver Novelties and Cases of Silver for Bridal Presents of the Largest Patterns. Fine Imported and American Watches, Opera Glasses and Lorgnetts. Goods sent on approval upon satisfactory city references. Ml EAST MAIM STREET. RICHMOND, VA. James F. Stapina, President Amer ican State Bank. Dr. Le&n , Fram, Rabbi Temple Judea. Si Mayer, Secretary Department of Police. This League claims to be fully or ganized in twenty-five States of tbe Union and declares its purpose to or ganize every State within the near fu ture. The officers and advisory board of the Illinois Division, as submitted above, are quoted from the official letter-head of the League and given for what is indicated of its racial composition. From the same official letter-head we quote the declared purpose of the League: "The defeat of Sunday con trol laws" and "The eventual repeal of existing Sunday control laws." In a word, the League proposes to abolish the American Sunday and to precent its restoration under the law. We submit no argument to prove our assertion that this League is a Challenge to Heal Americans other than that contained in the foregoing names and the declared purpose of the League. If Sunday is an Amer ican mistake, as these Jewish, Rus sian, Italian, Swedish and other alien gentlemen affirm, then by all means Real Americans should get into this League and help to rectify the mis take of their Colonial Fathers. If, however, as many of us believe, the motive is a combination of commer cial greed and license construed as liberty, then we need 110 one to tell us that we should be found banded as one man to destroy the League and defeat its un-American purpose to de stroy for the sake of gain and moral license an institution upon, which much of the greatness of our nation waa builded. Rev. I. Cochrane Hunt, D. D., Southern Secretary, The Lord's Day Alliance of the United States. Chattanooga, Tenn. iWamagetf Walke-Cole: At the Manse of the Porter Street Church, Richmond, Va., June 17th, 1922, by ltev. W. A. Hall, Mr. Melvin Eugt-ne Walke and Miss Lillie Beatrice Cole, both of Rich mond, Va. Buckner.Caudle: At the Manse of the Porter Street Church, Richmond, Va., July 18th, 1922, by Rev. W A. Hall, Mr. Bernard Wesley Buckner and Miss Nellie Louise Caudle, both of Richmond, Va. McAlcxander-Ramsay: At the resi dence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ramsay, in Jeff Davis County, by Rev. W. A. Hall, assisted by Rev. J. L. Christian, on June 11, 1922, Mr. Carmal McAlexander and Miss Jessie C. Ramsay. Phillips-Carpenter: On June 16thf at the Presbyterian church, Aliceville, Ala., by Rev. J. C. McQueen, assist ed by Rev. J. E. Cook, Jr., Mr. George L. Phillips, of Meridian, Miss., and Miss Lilly Mary Carpenter, of Alice ville, Ala. B e a t J) 4 J Duncan: Mr. W. L. Duncan, aged 34, was buried In the Wlhlwood Cemetery at Bartow, Fla., July 4, 1922, having met his death in a nearby lako. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a very lovable character. JohnRton: At her home in Chester field County, Virginia, July 2nd, 1922, in her sixty-seventh year, Mrs. (Hope YVhyte Johnston, a member of Porter Street Presbyterian Church, of Richmond. Many loved ones mourn their loss. "To die is gain." Pastor. MR. W. 1). LOVE The following resolutions were passed by the joint meeting of the Elders and Deacons and the Men's Bible Class: "Whereas, William Dare Love, son of William Dare Love, Sr., and Elea nor Leah Valentine, born in New York City April 7th, 1S66, caine as a child with his parents to Columbia where his father became a factor in the business life of the city and for many years served the First Presbyterian Church as a faithful Elder, Secre tary and Treasurer. "William Love was prepared for college at Thompson's School, Colum bia, and Banks' School at Fort Mill. Ho attended the University of South Carolina through the junior class of 1S6G. He was special pension exam iner at Washington, D. C., 1892 to 1898, after that time he returned to his home and became Secretary and Treasurer of the Mutual Life Insur ance Company at Columbia. He mar (JDrite M^J3?KIet It tells how you may secure an in come that cannot shrink; how you may execute your own will; how you may create atrust fund; how you may give generously without hardship. It describes the annuity bon(l, a safe, convenient, and productive^invest ment which promotes afundamental Christian enterprise. Endorsed by all denominations. Write for Booklet 24 ? AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY Bible House, A*tor Place, New York RANDOLPH-MACON ACADEMY RANDOLPII-MACON ACADEMY MILITARY BEDFORD, VA. Thorough preparation for college or business life. New gymnasium and swimming pool. Liberal endowment permits of unusually low terms. $405 covers all charges for the school year. No extras. Randolph-Macon boys succeed ? 640 graduates of this school have received full college degrees or entered profession in the past 27 years. For catalog and further information, address E. SuirrER SmTn? W. R. Phelps, Principal* KLEINBERG Home School for Glrla. In the Mountains of Virginia. Twenty-five miles from Charlottesvlll&f. The uBual high school academic work. Special attention paid to music. Bible taught throughout the school. Preyax utory courses arranged when deslredi Total cost, including instrumental mu sic, $240. Address MISS CONSTANCE WAILES. oi A B. M. WAILES, Srfcuyler. V?. McGUIRE'S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL A private preparatory school for Rich mond boys. Full corps of experience*) in structors. Small classes. Individual at tention. Accredited by the leading univer sities, technical schools and the U. S. Acade mies. Lower School for little boys. Apply for catalogue, containing univer sity and college record. JOHN P. McGUIRE, Principal