The Detroit Tribune of last Monday says: Yesterday 'was the first Sunday ín Rev. W. O. Waters' iféctorate at St Andrew's church, corner of Putnam and Fourth avenaes, and both services were laiigely attended. The young clergyIman lias supplied the pulpit five or six times previous to accepting the charge and Is very popular with tha people of the church. Besidcs holding two services yesterday, Bev. Waters met the ïnenibers of the Sabbatli school in the afternoon. The evening service was somoivhat Informal; Eev. Waters merely making a brief talk, the remaindeor of the time being giren ip to music and the prescribed services. Aftcr t(h& service closed the liew rector remained ín the church for souie tiin meeting meinbers of his new congregation and subiniitting to a hanil-shakinfï of considerable duration. Bev. iWatera is a young man of ï-atiher ïnore thau medium hight, broad sliouldered aml of athletic frame. He lias a strong clear voice aml a liearty cordiality of mamier which is bound to malie üiim popular. He ís a married taan and is installed with nis family at the rectory, 200 Putnam avenue.