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Consecrated. South Carolina-W. A. Guerry........19 Maryland, J. G. Murray, coadjutor. .1909 Pennsylvania, Harrisburg—James H. Maryland-Easton-Wm. F. Adams.. 1875 Darlington Massachusetts-William Lawrence....1893 Pennsylvania, Bethlehem Ethelbert Massachusetts, Western-Alexander H.

Talbot Vinton

1902

Rhode Island-Wm. N. McVickar... Michigan-Charles D. Williams. 1906

Johnson

South Dakota-Frederick F. Michigan, Marquette-G. Mott Wil

(missionary in charge) liams

1896

Tennessee-Thomas F. Gailor. Michigan, Western J. N. McCor

Texas-George H. Kinsolving. mick

Texas, Dallas-A. C. Garrett. Minnesota--Samuel C. Edsall.........1899

Texas, West-J. S. Johnston. Minnesota, Duluth-J. D. Morrison...1897

Utah-F. S. Spalding (missionary) Misaissippi-Theodore D. Bratton....1903

Vermont-Arthur C. A. Hall.

Virginia--Robert A. Gibson. Missouri-- Daniel Sylvester Tuttle.. ..1867

Arthur S. Lloyd, coadjutor. Missouri, Kansas City-Edward R.

Virginia, Southern-A. M. Randolph. Atwill

.1890 Montana-Leigh R. Brewer.

Beverly D. Tucker, coadjutor.. .1880

Peterkin. Nebraska--Arthur L. Williams.

West Virginia-George W. .1899

William L. Gravatt, coadjutor.. Nebraska, Kearney-A. R. Graves...1890 Wisconsin, Milwaukee-W. W. Webb.1 Nevada-Henry D. Robinson. ..1908

Wisconsin, Fond du Lac-C. C. Grafton. 11 New Hampshire-William W. Niles...1870 R. H. Weller, jr., coadjutor. E. M. Parker, coadjutor.

.1906

Washington, Olympia-Frederic W. New Jersey-John Scarborough.

....1875

Keator (missionary).
New Jersey, Newark-Edwin S. Lines. 1903 | Washington, Spokane-Lemuel H.
New Mexico-John Mills Kendrick

Wells (missionary). (missionary)

1889

Wyoming-N. S. Thomas. New York-David H. Greer..

.1904 Africa, Cape Palmas—S. D. Ferguson New York, Central-Charles T. Olm

(missionary) sted

1902 Brazil-L. L. Kinsolving (misionary).1 New York, Western--Wm. D. Walker. 1883 Shanghai, China-F. R. Graves (misNew York, Long Island - Frederick sionary) Burgess

..1902

Hankow, China-Logan H. Roots New York, Albany-Wm. C. Doane...1869 (missionary)

Richard Henry Nelson, coadjutor...1904 Honolulu-H. B. Restarick (miss.).. North Carolina-Joseph B. Cheshire. .1893 Tokio, Japan-John McKim (miss.). North Carolina, East-Robert Strange. 1904 Kioto, Japan-Sidney C. Partridge North Carolina, Asheville-Junius M.

(missionary Horner (missionary)

1898

Philippine Islands—Charles H. Brent
North Dakota-Cameron Mann (miss.). 1901 (missionary)
Ohid William Andrew Leonard..

. 1889
Porto Rico-James H.

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Buren Ohio. Southern-Boyd Vincent. ..1889 (missionary) Oklahoma-F. K. Brooke (mission- Cuba-Henry D. Aves (missionary). ary)

..1898

Mexico—Albion W. Knight (missionOregon-Charles Scadding.

1906 ary) Oregon, Eastern Robert L. Paddock Channing Moore Williams, late Bishop (niissionary)

..1907

of Yeddo, resigned.. Pennsylvania-Ozl William Whitaker. 1869 Thomas A. Jagger, late Bishop of

Alexander Mackay-Smith, coadjutor. 1902 Southern Ohio, resigned. Pennsylvania, Pittsburg--C. White Charles C. Penick, late Bishop of Cape head

1882 Palmas, resigned. METHODIST EPISCOPAL OFFICERS.

Bishops.

Consecrated.

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Entered Ministry.
Names.
Born.

Residence.

Conference. |Y'r. 1872 *Thomas Bowman. (July 15, 1817 Baltimore. 1839|East Orange, N. 1880 Henry W. Warren. Jan. 4, 1831 New England... 1855 Denver. 1880 *Cyrus D. Foss..

Jan. 17, 1834 New York... 1857 Philadelphia. 1884 John M. Walden

Feb. 11, 1831 Cincinnati. 1858 Cincinnati. 1884 *Willard F. Mallalieu.. Dec. 11, 1828 New England. 1868 Auburndale, Masis 1888 John H. Vincent. Feb, 23, 1832 New Jersey

1853 Chicago. 1900 | David H. Moore.. June 27, 1840 Ohio...

1867) Washington, D. 1896 Earl Cranston... Sept. 4, 1838 Ohio...

1860 Cincinnati. 1900 John W. Hamilton Mar. 18, 1845 Pittsburg.

1866 Boston, 1904 Joseph F. Berry. May 13, 1856 Detroit.

1874 Buffalo, 1904 (Henry Spellmeyer. Nov. 25, 1847 Newark.

1869 St. Louis. 1904 William F. McDowell.. Feb. 4, 1858 North Ohio. 1882 Chicago. 1904 James W. Bashford. May 27, 1849 New England. 1880 Pekin, China. 1904 William Burt

Oct. 23, 1852 New York East. 1881 Zurich, Switzer 1904 Luther B. Wilson. Nov. 14, 1856 Baltimore. , 1878 Philadelphia. 1904 Thomas B. Neely June 12, 1841 Philadelphia. 1865 New Orleans. 1908 William F. Anderson.. Apr. 22, 1860 New York.

1887|Chattanooga, TE 1908 John L. Nuelsen... Jan. 19, 1867 West German. 1889 Omaha, Neb. 1908/ William A. Quayle..... June 25, 1860 Kansas.

1885 Oklahoma City, *Retired.

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Entered Ministry.
Names.
Born.

Residence.

Conference. |Y'r. 908/Charles W. Smith. Jan. 30, 1840 Pittsburg. 1859 Portland, Ore. 908 Wilson S. Lewis.. July 17, 1857 Upper Iowa. 1885 Foochow, China. 908 Edwin H. Hughes. Dec. 7, 1866 lowa..

1886 San Francisco, Cal. 908 Robert McIntyre. Nov. 20, 1851 illinois.

1878 St. Paul, Minn. BORI Frank M. Bristol.

Jan. 4, 1851 Rock River. 1877 Buenos Ayres.

Missionary Bishops. *888*James M. Thoburn. Mar. 7, 1836 Pittsburg. 1858Meadville, Pa. 546 Joseph C. Hartzell.. June 1, 1812 Cent. Illinois. 1868 Funchal, Madeira Isl. 900 Frank W. Warne. Dec. 31, 1854 Ontario, Can. 1874| Lucknow, India. 204 Isaiah B. Scott.. Sept. 30, 1854 Tennessee

1880/Monrovia, Liberia. 204 William F. Oldham. Dec. 15, 1854 Michigan.

1883 Singapore, S. S. 204 John E. Robinson. Feb. 12, 1849 Cent. Illinois.. 1874 Bombay, India. 704Merriman C. Harris.. July 9, 1846) Pittsburg. 1869 Seoul, Korea.

*Retired.

Agents of Book Concern.-Homer Eaton, George P. Mains, No. 150 Fifth avele, New York; H. C. Jennings, Edwin R. Graham, No. 220 West 4th, Cincinnati.

Official Editors.-'Methodist Review," W. V. Kelley, editor; "The Christian dvocate," J. M. Buckley, editor; James R. Joy, assistant editor; Sunday school pubcations, J. T. McFarland; "Northern Christian Advocate," Liston H. Pearce, iracuse; “Pittsburg Christian Advocate," J. J. Wallace, Pittsburg; "Western hristian Advocate, Levi Gilbert; "Der Christliche Apologete," A. J. Nast; “Haus ad Herd,” Frederick Munz, all at Cincinnati; "Northwestern Christian Advocate,"

M. Stuart; "Central Christian Advocate," Claudius B. Spencer, Kansas City, 0.; "California Christian Advocate," F. D. Bovard, San Francisco; “Southestern Christian Advocate," Robert E. Jones, New Orleans; "Pacific Christian dvocate," D. L. Rader, Portland, Ore.; "Epworth Herald," S. J. Herben, Chigo;

“World Wide Missions," C. H. Fahs, managing editor, New York; “Chrisan Republic,”_Ward Platt, Philadelphia; “Sandebudet, William Henschen, Chicago. Board of Foreign Missions.--President,

-; corresponding cretary, A. B. Leonard; assistant corresponding secretary, Homer C. Stuntz; cording secretary, s. 0. Benton; treasurer, Homer Eaton; assistant treasurer, H. C. nings, Cincinnati, Ohio. Offices, No. 150 Fifth avenue, New York.

Board of Home Missions and Church Extension.-Corresponding secretary, obert Forbes; assistant corresponding secretary, Ward Platt; treasurer, Samuel Shaw. fices, No. 1,026 Arch street, Philadelphia.

Board of Education.-Corresponding secretary, Thomas Nicholson; treasurer, E. Leaycraft. Offices, No. 150 Fifth avenue, New York.

Freedman's Aid Society.-Corresponding secretaries, M. C. B. Mason, P. J. aveety: treasurer, H. C. Jennings. Of No. 220 West 1th street, Cincinnati.

Board of Sunday Schools.-Corresponding secretary, David G. Downey; treaser, Edwin R. Graham. Offices, No. 57 Washington street, Chicago, Ill.

Board of Conference Claimants.-Corresponding secretary, Joseph B. Hingeley; easurer, Marvin Campbell. Offices, No. 57 Washington street, Chicago, Ill.

Methodist Brotherhood.-General secretary, William B. Patterson. Offices, O. 150 Fifth avenue, New York.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH (SOUTH).
The bishops of th? Methodist Episcopal Church (South) are the following:

Year
Name.

Address.

Elected. Epheus W. Wilson.

Baltimore, Md.

1882 R. Hendrix.

Kansas City, Mo.

1888 S. Key.

Sherman, Tex..

1886 P. Fitzgerald.

Nashville, Tenn.

1890 Candler. Atlanta, Ga..

1898 C. Morrison.

Leesburg, Fla.

1898 E. Hoss.

Monteagle, Tenn..

1902 mes Atkins..

Waynesville, N. C.

1906 Offeers of General Board of Missions.-Bishop A. W. Wilson, president; Rev.

R Lambuth, D.D., secretary, Nashville, Tenn.; J. D. Hamilton, treasurer, Eshile, Tenn.

ifcers of General Sunday School Board.—Rev. E. B. Chappell. D.D., secreand Editor, Nashville, Tenn.; D. M. Smith, treasurer, Nashville, Tenn. Sicers of General Board of Church Extension.-T. L. Jefferson, president,

ille, Ky.; Rev. W. F. McMurry, D. D., secretary, Louisville, Ky.; Thomas orton, treasurer, Louisville, Ky. ficers of General Board of Education.

Bishop James Atkins, president; Rev. J. D. Hammond, D. D., corresponding secretary, Nashville; # Kirkland, recording secretary, Nashville; D. M. Smith, treasurer, Nashville.

Publishing House.-Rev. Gross Alexander, S. T. D., book editor and editor uarterly Review,” Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. George B. Winton, D.D., editor “Chris

Advocate,” Nashville, Tenn.; Smith & Lamar, agents, Nashville, Tenn.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, The constitution of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of Americ was adopted in 1788, and the first General Assembly met in 1789. The Genera Assembly embraces the 37 synods and 291 presbyteries of the Church, which has total membership of 1,321,386, total contributions last year for missionary and edu cational work and congregational expenses, $21,664,758. The next meeting will b on the third Thursday of May, 1910, at Atlantic City. N. J. Its officers are: Mod erator, James M. Barkley, D. D., Detroit, Mich; vice-moderator, Charles S. Holt Chicago; stated clerk treasurer,

H. Roberts, D D. LL. D.; Jame M. Hubbert, D. D., No. 1319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia; permanent clerk William B. Noble, D. D., No. 1323 Linwood avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. TrusteesPres., John H. Converse, LL. D., Philadelphia; sec., B. L. Agnew, LL. D. Office No 1319 Walnut street, Philadelphia.

Board of Home Missions.--Pres., Dr. D. Stuart Dodge, New York; sec., DI Charles L. Thompson, LL. D.; associate secs., Dr. John Dixon and Joseph Ernes McAfee; treas., Harvey C. Olin; supt. of school work, the Rev. David R. Boye Ph.D.; supt. church and labor dept. and of the immigration dept., the Rei Charles Stelzle; asst. supt., Warren H. Wilson, Ph. D. Woman's Board-Preg Mrs. F. S. Bennett; sec., Miss Julia Frazer; treas., Miss V. May White; your people's sec., Miss M. Josephine Petrie. Office, No. 156 Fifth avenue, New York.

Board of Foreign Missions.—Pres., the Rev. Dr. George Alexander, New York cor. secs., Robert E. Speer, Dr. Arthur J. Brown, Dr. A. Woodruff Halsey and D Stanley White; asst. secs., home dept., Central Section, the Rev. Charles E. Brad Ph. D.; Eastern Section, David McConaughy: Western Section, the Rev. Ernes F. Hall; Southern Section, J. M. Paterson; educational sec., T. H P. Sailer. Ph. D. Sunday school sec., the Rev. George H. Trull; treas., Dwight H. Day.

Office, NY 156 Fifth avenue, New York. Women's Foreign Board-Pres., Mrs. W. Packe Prentice; treas., Miss Henrietta W. Hubbard.

Board of Education.-Pres., Dr. Charles Wadsworth, jr., Philadelphia; co sec., Dr. Joseph W. Cochran; treas., Jacob Wilson. Office, No. 1319 Walnut stree Philadelphia.

Educational Society.-Pres., W. H. Halbert, Nashville, Tenn.; cor sec., D W. J. Darby, Evansville, Ind.

Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work.-Pres., the Hon. Robert Willson, Philadelphia; sec., Dr. Alexander Henry; supt. young people's dept., th Rev. Willis L. Gelston; business supt. and treas., Frank M. Braselmann; supt. Sabbath school training, Dr. James A. Worden; editorial supt., Dr. James Miller; supt. of depositories, John H. Scribner. Office, No. 1319 Walnut stree Philadelphia.

Cumberland Board of Publication.-Pres., Hamilton Parks; sec., John H. D Witt; bus. mgr., J. W. Axtell. Office, No. 150 N. Fourth avenue, Nashville, Temi

Board of Church Erection.-Pres., Dr. David Magie; cor. sec., Dr. Erskin N. White; treas., Adam Campbell. office, No. 156 Fifth avenue, New York. Board of Missions and Churc Erection.-Pres T. H. Perrin;

sec., J. Patterson. Office, 1318 Wright Building, St. Louis, Mo.

Board of Ministerial Relief.-Pres., A. Charles Barclay, Philadelphia; cor, see Dr. Benjamin L. Agnew, LL. D.; treas, and rec, sec., Dr. W. W. Heberton. Offic No. 1319 Walnut street, Philadelphia

Cumberland Board of Relief.-Pres., J. E. Williamson; cor. sec., L. D. Sansort Evansville, Ind.

Board of Missions for Freedmen.-Pres., Dr. Samuel J. Fisher, Pittsburg cor. sec. and treas., Dr. Edward P. Cowan, Pittsburg. Office, 513 Bessemer Building

College Board.-Pres, emeritus, Herrick Johnson, LL. D., St. Louis, Mo.: preg John H. MacCracken, Ph. D., New York; office sec. and asst, treas., Edward Ray, D. D., New York. Omce, No. 156 Fifth avenue, New York.

"Assembly Herald” Managing Committee.-Chairman, Dr. A. Woodruff Ha sey, New York; manager, Horace P. Camden. Office of publication, No. 1328 Chest nut street, Philadelphia.

Presbyterian Historical Society.-Pres., Henry_C. McCook, D. D.; cor. sed Charles R. Watson, D. D.; rec. sec., Walter A. Brooks, D. D.; hon. librariar Louis F. Benson, D. D.; treas., Dr. Benneville K. Ludwig, Ph. D.; Witherspoo Building, Philadelphia.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (SOUTH). The general officers of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Chur, in United States (South) are: Acting stated clerk, treas. and permanent cler

Res Thomas H. Law, D. D., Spartanburg, S. C.; secs. of Foreign Missions, Rev Chester, D. D., Rev. James O. Reavis, D. D., Nashville, Tenn.; secs,

of Missions. Rev. s. L. Morris, D. D., Rev. Homer McMillan, Atlanta, Ministerial Education and Rellet, Rev. H. H. Sweets, D.D., Louisville, Ky.'; Publication and Sunday School Work, R. E. Magill, Esq., Richmond, va.; Colored Evangelization. Rev. J. G. Snedecor. LL. 'D., Tuscaloosa, Schools and Young Peoples' Societies and Colleges. Rev. W. E. Boggs, D. D. A Ga.; gen. supt. of Sunday schools, Rev. A. L. Phillips. D. D., Richmond, 'và sec. of Evangelistic work. Rev. Dr. J. E. Thacker, Norfolk. Va.; moderator a eral Assembly, Rev. W. E. Boggs, D. D., LL.D., Atlanta, Ga.; pres. Trustees, General Assembly, George E. Wilson, Esq., Charlotte, NC.

The next General Assembly meets in Lewisburg, W. Va., May 19, 1910.

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CONGREGATIONAL OFFICERS. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.-Headquarters, Con. pregational House, Boston. New York Office, Charities Building, Fourth ave. and E14 fwenty-second st. Pres., Samuel B._Capen, LL D.; secs., Dr. Cornelius H. Patton

and Dr. James L. Barton; treas., Frank H. Wiggin; editorial sec., Dr. Wm. E. Strong; asst. secs., Rev. Enoch F. Bell, Rev. Brewer Eddy; district secs., Rev. Wille ard L. Beard. Charities Building, New York; Dr. A. X. Hitchcock, No. 153 La Salle t., Chicago, and Rev. H. Melville Tanney, Barker Block, Berkeley, Cal. Congregational Home Missionary Society. Fourth avenue and

220 street, New York, Pres., Dr. Charles S. Mills; treas., Dr. Washington Choate; gen. sec., Dr. Hubert C. Herring; asso. sec., Willis E. Luugee.

American Missionary Association.-Charities Building, New York. Pres.. Dr yrus Northrop; treas., H. W. Huhbard; hon. sec. and ed., Dr. A. F. Beard; cor. ecs., Dr. James W. Cooper and Dr. C. J. Ryder; rec. sec., Dr. Asher Anderson,

Boston; sec. Woman's Bureau, M188 D. E. Emerson; district secs., Dr. Geo. E. Hall, 1 hicago, and Rev. George H. Gutterson, Boston,

Congregational Church Building Society.-Charities Building, New York. Pres., Dr. L. C. Warner; treas., Charles E. Hope; sec., Dr. C. H. Richards; field secs. Rev. Roy B. Guild, Boston; Rev. W. W. Newell, Chicago, and Rev. L. H. Nikott, San Francisco.

Congregational Education Society.-Congregational House, Boston. Pres., Willam R. Campbell, D. D.; treas., s. F. Wilkins; sec., Rev. Edward S. Tead; Western leld sec., Theodore Clifton, D. D., Chicag), No. 153 La Salle street.

Congregational Sunday School and Publishing Society.-Congregational House, 18 Soston.

Pres., Dr. Henry C. King, Oberlin, Ohio; missionary sec., Dr. Wm. Ewing; ditor, Rev. B. S. Winchester; bus. manager, Luther H. Cary; dist. sec., Dr. William McMillen, Chicago.

National Council of Congregational Churches --Congregational House, Boston. als Roderator, Hon. T. C. Macmillan; sec., Dr. Asher Anderson; treas., Rev. Joel S. Ivos, lartford, Conn.

National Council's Ministerial Relief Fund.-Fourth avenue and 22d street, Rew York City.

Trustees—Pres., Dr. Henry A. Stimson; sec., Dr. William A. Rice; reas., Rev. B. H. Fancher, 287 Fourth avenue, New York City.

American Congregational Association.-Congregational House, Boston. Pres. Filliam O. Blaney; cor. sec., Rev. Dr. A. E. Dunning; treas., Augustus 8. Lovett; brarian, Rev. Dr. Wm. H. Cobb.

Congregational Board of Pastoral Supnly.—No. 610 Congregational House, BosIrin. Chairman of directors, Rev. Arthur J. Corell; sec., Dr. Chas. B. Rice.

PRINCIPAL BAPTIST OFFICERS. American Baptist Missionary Union.-Rooms. Ford Memorial Building, BosB. Pres., S. W. Woodward; rec. sec., H. A. Wilbur; home sec., F. P. Haggard, D.: foreign sec., Thomas E. Barbour, D. D.; treas., Charles W. Perkins.

American Baptist Publication Society.-Chestnut anj Seventeenth streets, hiladelphia. Pres., Samuel A. Crozer; gen'l sec., Adoniram J. Rowland, D. D., al88. and Bible sec., R. G. Seymour. D. D.; rec. sec.. J. G. Walker, D. D.: treas.. larry S. Hopper. Branch houses, Boston, No. 16 Ashburton Place; Chicago. Nos. 8-170 Wabash ave.; St. Louis, No. 514 N. Grand ave.; Atlanta, Ga., No. 37 South Tyos st.

American Baptist Home Mission Society.-No. 312 Fourth ave., New York. 1. Tes., Col. E. H. Haskell; treas., Frank T. Moulton: cor. sec., Henry L. MoreOuse. D. D.; associate sec., Charles L. White, D. D.: feld gec.. L. C. Barnes. D. D.

Southern Baptist Convention.- Pres.. Joshua Levering. Baltimore, Md.; secs.. ansing Burrows. D. D., Nashville, Tenn., and Oliver Fuller Gregory. D. D., taunton. Va.; treas., George W. Norton. Louisville. Foreign Mission Board Tission rooms, Richmond, Va. Pres., J. B. Hutson; cor. sec., R. J. Willingham,

D.; treas., J. C. Williams. Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga.-Pres., W. W. andrum, D. D.; cor. sec., B. D. Gray, D. D.; treas., W. Dunson. Sunday School Boarj-Ofces. Nashville, Tenn. Pres., E. E. Folk, D. D., Nashville; cor. sec. and reas., J. M. Frost, D. D.

American Baptist Edncation Society.—No. 111 Fifth avenue, New York. res.,

cor. sec.. H. L. Morehouse, D. D., New York. Baptist Young People's Union of America.-Pres., E. Y. Mullins, D. D., LouisIlle. Ky.; rec. sec., H. W. Reed, Ph. D., Rock Island, ill.; treas., H. B. Osgood, hicago, Ill.

Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society.-Rooms, Tremont Temple, Boson. Pres.. Miss Sarah C. Durfee; clerk, Mrs. Ida Hunneman; cor. sec., Mrs. H. G. tafford, foreign dept.; treas., Miss Alice E. Stedman.

The National Baptist Convention of the United States (Colored).-Pres., E. C. orris, D. D., Helena, Ark.; rec. sec., W. L. Cansler, Nashville, Tenn.; treas., ev. J. H. A. Cyrus, Port Royal, Va. American Baptist Historical Society.-office and library, No. 1,630 Chestnut Philadelphia. Pres., B. MacMackin, D.D.; sec., Rev. G. H. Charles; cor. Rev. A. L. Vail; treas., Arthur Malcolm. Baptist Congress.-Pres. Professor A. H. Bickmore, New York City; sec., T. R. Gessler, D. D., Landing, N. J.; treas., W. B. Mattison, D. D., Red Bank, The German Baptist Publication Society:-Nos. 957-959 Payne ave., Cleveland, to. Editor of "Sendbote," Rev. Gottlob Fetzer, Cleveland, Ohio; manager, Carl ekel, Cleveland, Ohio.

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REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The bishops of the Reformed Episcopal Church are:
Name.
Jurisdiction.

Address. Samuel Fallows.... Missionary, Northwest and West No. 967 West Monroe stree and Synod of Canada..

Chicago, Ill. William T. Sabine. Synod of New York and Phila- No. 960 Madison avenue, Ne delphia

York City. Robert L. Rudolph.. Assistant-Synod of New York No. 231_West Fifty-first stret ard Philadelphia...

New York City. C. E. Cheney....... Synod of Chicago..

No. 2409 Michigan avenue, Ch

cago, Ill. P. F. Stevens....... Missionary, the South..

No. 10 Judith street, Charlesto

S. C. Edward Cridge. Missionary, the Pacific..

No. 9 Carr street, Victoria, B. H. S. Hoffman.. Retired

No. 1317 North Broad stret

Philadelphia, Penn. The officers of the General Council of the Reformed Church are: Bish Samuel Fallows, president and presiding bishop, No. 967 West Monroe stret Chicago, Ill. ; secretary, the Rev. C. F. Hendricks, No. 2,630 North Twelfth stref Philadelphia, Penn.; treasurer, T. L. Berry, Fidelity and Deposit Company, Ball more, Md. Next general council meets in May, 1912.

THE LUTHERAN CHURCH. The General Council of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in North America co sists of the following officers: Pres., the Rev. Theodore E. Schmauk, D. D., Lebant Penn.; English_rec. sec., the Rev. William K. Frick, D. D., Milwaukee, Wis.; Germ rec. sec., the Rev. Gottlieb C. Berkemeier, D. D., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Swedish sec., Rev. Lawrence A. Johnston, D. D., Moline, Ill.; English cor. sec., Rev. F. Kaehler, D. D., Buffalo, N. Y.; German cor. sec., the Rev. John Nicum, D. ! Rochester, N. Y.; Swedish cor. sec., the Rev. Alfred Appell, Rockford, Ill.; trea Hon. Charles A. Smith, Minneapolis, Minn.

Board of English Home Missions.-Rev. John E. Whitteker, D. D., Pre Lancaster, Pa.; Rev. Jacob C. Kunzmann, D. D., sec., Philadelphia; E. Aug. Mill treas., Twelfth and Chastnut sts., Philadelphia.

Board of German Home Missions.-Rev. C. Reinhold Tappert, pres., Merid Conn.; Rev. Gustave A. Benze, sec., Erie, Penn.; Rev. H. D. E. Siebott, treas., 2826 W. Lehigh ave.. Philadelphia.

Board of Swedish Home Missions.—Rev. E. Norelius, D. D., pres.. Va Minn.; Professor C. W. Foss, Ph. D., sec.; Rev. Elof K. Jonson, treas., Chicago.

Board of Foreign Missions. Rev. Dr. E. T. Horn, pres., Reading. Penn : R George Drach, English sec., Philadelphia; Conrad Itter, German sec., Philadelph Rev. George Drach, gen, sec., Philadelphia; Jas. M. Snyder, treas., 4th and Chesti sts., Philadelphia. Board of Porto Rico Missions.-Rev. Dr. Edmund Belfour,

pres., Pittsbul Penn,; Rev. Dr. J. L. Smith, sec., Pittsburg, Penn.; Charles W. Fuhr, treas., or Diamond National Bank, Pittsburg, Penn. Board of Publication.-Prof. S. P. Sadtler, Ph. D., LL, D.,

pres, Phi delphia; Rev. S. A. Ziegenfuss, D. D., sec., Philadelphia; Geo. E. Schlegelmélt treas., 12th and Chestnut sts., Philadelphia; Charles B. Opp, manager, No. 1522 A! st., Philadelphia.

Board of Immigrant Missions.—Pres., Rev. Geo. C. F. Haas, D. D., No. W. 136th st., New York; sec., Martin Wulff, No. 301 E. 78th st., New York; trea Frederick Kracke, New York; immigrant missionary, Rev. G. Doering, Adviso Member and Missionary, Emigrant House, No. 4 State st., New York,

Board of Slav Missions.- Pres., Rev. J. 0. Schlenker, No. 30 N. Church Hazleton, Penn.; vice-pres., Rev. Ernest A. Trabert, No. 331 Collins ave., Pittsbut Penn.; rec. sec., Rev. J. C. Rausch, No. 17 N. 3d st., Allentown, Penn.; cor. Se Rev. Gustave A. Benze, No. 118 W. 23d st., Erie, Penn.; treas., Rev. H. E. Your No. 576 N. Church st., Hazleton, Penn.

UNITED BRETHREN.
The bishops of the United Brethren in Christ Church are:
Name.

Residence.

Electe Bishop N. Castle, D. D. (Emeritus)

Philomath, Ore. Bishop G. M. Mathews, D. D..

Chicago, Ill.. Bishop W. M. Weekley, D. D.

Kansas City, Mo. Bishop W. M. Bell, D. D.

Los Angeles, Cal. Bishop T. C. Carter, D. D

Chattanooga, Tenn..

UNITARIAN OFFICERS. The American Unitarian Association, at its annual meeting in 1908, elected following officers: President, the Rev. 'Samuel A. Eliot, Cambridge, Mass.; vie presidents, Charles W. Ames, St. Paul; Horace Davis, San Francisco; Governor Eb S. Draper, Hopedale, Mass.; Duncan U. Fletcher, Jacksonville, Fla.; Wallace Hacke Portsmouth, N. H., and Miss Emma C. Low, Brooklyn; secretary, the Rev. Lewis Wilson, Boston; assistant secretary, George W. Fox, Boston; treasurer, Francis Lincoln, Hingham, Mass.; directors, Percy A. Atherton, Boston; Clarence E. Cal Andover, N. H.; George Hutchinson, Newton, Mass.; the Rev. Augustus P. Reccor Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. s. M. Loud, Montreal,' Canada, and Wm. P. Olds, Portland, O!

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