Lomiiin. Julj 14. - The international council of Conffregational churches was convencí! yesterday In Memorial hall in this city. The council organized by electin Rev. Dr. liean, of Melbourne, Australia, president. There. are 300 delegatcs in attendance at the council -100 f rom England, 100 fromthe United States and 100 froin the rest of the world. Dr. Dale, of Kirmingham, Eng., in the opening address announced that among the topics which would come before the body for consideration would be the following: 1. Congregalionalism in tts domestic sense, or its own intemal werking forces, such as Sunday schools. youtiK people's societlesi theological ourreots of thought, icclcsiastlcal oouncils :iml training of ministers. M. GOQgregatlonallsm in tbe nution, home misslons, ohuron and i;ui-, labor and capital, teüiperaiit'f. international federation for the promotion of peaoe and rlghteousness. 3. Con(fregationa lic. 4. CongrcgationaiNin and the world and missions ia tlirir hri'iul' si BCOpe ani! olaims.