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WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
CHARLES T. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT
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FOUR GENERAL CONVENTIONS
SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA, AUGUST 30-SEPTEMBER 6
For particulars of this Convention see our August 1st issue. The Convention is to be held at Santa Cruz, on the Pacific Coast. The arrangements made are very economical. About fifteen speakers will participate—amongst them Brother Russell. Arrangements are being made for showing the “PHOTO-DRAMA OF CREATION” during four of the evenings of the Convention.
There is great enthusiasm amongst the Brethren of the Pacific Coast. We learn that Los Angeles alone will send five carloads to the Convention. For reservations, etc., address Comfort Committee, care Mr. H. S. Holway, Santa Cruz, Calif.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 18, 19, 20
EXCURSION RATES—FARE AND ONE-THIRD ON SALE, 17th AND 18th.
A three-day Convention has been arranged for, to be held in the Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, which has a seating capacity of twenty-five hundred.
The Committee on arrangements has been appointed locally. Everything possible will be done to make this Convention very interesting for all attending. It will be convenient for a considerable number. Brother Russell hopes to be present on the evening of the 18th and a part of the 19th. Several Pilgrim Brethren are scheduled for this Convention. All contemplating attendance at the Convention are requested to send applications for accommodations, stating what they desire. Favorable terms have been arranged. The Comfort Committee can be addressed care of Mr. M. J. Adams, 1120 Seventh Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas.
The Photo-Drama of Creation will be exhibited evenings only, September 17, 18, 19, 20.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, SEPTEMBER 24,25,26,27
A Convention especially convenient for many of the Southern friends has been arranged for Atlanta, Ga. All sessions of the Convention are scheduled for Convention Hall, Kimball House, centrally located. Some able speakers will be present. A profitable season is expected. Brother Russell expects to be at this Convention on the 25th. Desirable and economical arrangements have been made for the accommodation of the friends. All who desire accommodations should write in good season, addressing the Comfort Committee, care of Mr. W. S. Stevens, 328-1/2 E. Georgia Avenue, Atlanta, Ga.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 4
EXCURSION RATES—2c. PER MILE, ON SALE 25th to 27th.
We have accepted a very cordial invitation from Saratoga Springs, with use of large, fine Convention Hall. This location will be favorable for the Eastern friends. Able speakers will be on the program. Brother Russell expects to be at this Convention September 27th and 28th. A refreshing season of fellowship in the Lord with many of like precious faith is anticipated. No one should count on less than $1.25 per day expense, board and lodging. Higher rates are, of course, obtainable. Address I.B.S.A. Comfort Committee, Convention Hall, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
The Photo-Drama of Creation each evening.
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We do not urge attendance at these Conventions; we leave that for yourself to decide. Those who attend, we believe, will have a special spiritual refreshment. But it may not be convenient for all, financially or otherwise. We must seek to use the best judgment we possess, asking wisdom from Above. If you should attend, be sure it is with a heart overflowing with gratitude to God and prayerful for blessing to yourself and others in attendance. If you cannot attend, you can surely remember the Conventioners and ask for them rich blessings from on High, and thus share the blessing.
I.B.S.A. BEREAN BIBLE STUDIES FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER
Questions from Manual on Series Second of “STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES”
Week of September 6 . . . . Q. 13 to 18
Week of September 13 . . . Q. 19 to 24
Week of September 20 . . . Q. 25 to 30
Week of September 27 . . . Q. 31 to 36
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— August 15, 1914 —