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: APPLIED CBRISTUIITT II FICSHI50 .Mr,.M,-p JLpTl ,the.'.Jlev.ttV. Cheekier tUM s Oclvry' To-dnyv .) FLUSHING. L. t, June 29 -Convinced tnat the several churches without diatin.s. tlon as to creed or sect are at variance In their teaching within principles of practical Christianity. Mrs. M. P. Irving and a number or others, assisted by the Rev. D. Chockley, will to-morrow organise a society to n known th. a.i . . it-l. Christianity: ' : 7 ..7 Irving, who Is at the head of the "v,: r "oclety originated with iProfiJ Oeorge.D. Herron. Professor of Applied Christianity of Grinnel College. We believe that business and -politics as conducted to-day are contrary to all Ideas of Christianity. The churches, while doing pre and good work, are more theoreci-. ?,.an Practical. Our society Intends to establish no creed or sect. Services re "jwo u any one, ncn or poor.