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A CDUCTHC SAVES COAL AODl lO 1 UJ PROTECTS HEATING SYSTEM Now is the proper time to put your heating system in first class shape by covering all pipes and boilers with Improved Asbestical Covering. SOUTHERN ASBESTOS M'FG CO. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. DISTRIBUTORS OF REFREIGERATING EQUIPMENT ASBESTOS ROOFING, etc F U I, L IIEI'OKT 0 P $12,000,000 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CAM PAIGN IN S. P. U. BULLETIN. College Plans .Maturing. A full report interestingly written concerning the recent $2, 000, 000 campaign for Christian Education in the Synods of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tenessee has been published in Bulletin Number Three of Southwestern Presbyterian Univer sity at Clarksville. As this campaign represented the biggest achievement for the cause of education ever undertaken by South ern Presbyterians, the report not only makes interesting reading, but is valuable as history. In addition to the story of the cam paign, the bulletin contains other ar ticles having to do with the work of the removed institution which plana to open at Memphis in September, 1923. Among these are statements of the educational ideals of South western, what faculty will be needed if the present standards of the insti tution are to be maintained as the work begins in Memphis, and the minimum immediate equipment needs. Although labor conditions have a tendency at present to check the prog ress of the work, yet plans are being pushed as rapidly as possible. Presi dent Charles E. Diehl is chairman of the building committee for the Board of Directors and associated with him are Revs. James I. Vance of Nashville and Joseph Rennie, of Greenwood, and Mr. W. E. Holt of Memphis. Treasurer L. C. Humes has sent no tices lo delinquents urging that all subscribers in arrears pay up quickly and any who can do so conventiently to pay in advance so that all unneces sary delays can be avoided in the buy ing of materials and the erection of buildings. D. W. Gordon. Memphis, Tenn. Near East Relief is conducting 124 orphanges in which there are 64,107 children wholly dependent upon the orphanages as their only home. Fifty thousand others are fed, and are de pendent upon the orphanges for the necessities of life. There is possibly a still larger number of children who should be cared for, but whom it is impossible for Near East Relief to consider with its present staff and re sources. Near East Relief duplicates dollar for dollar, however, the money raised locally for the support of or phanage institutions conducted by Armenian, Greek and Turkish local committees, maintaining a general supervision of administration and effi ciency. jlWarriageai Bhuw ? Morrison ? 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