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Katschthaler, John. b. May 20, 1832 1903
Kopp, George, b. July 27, 1837 1893
Lecot, Victor L. S., b. Jan. 8. 1831 1893
Lorue. Michael, b. Oct. 1. 1840 1893
Martinelli. Sebastian, b. Aug. 20, 1848 1901
Mathieu, Francis D., b. May 28, 1839 1899
Merry del Val, Raphael, b. Oct. 10. 1865 1903
Moran, Francis P., b. Sept. 17, 1830 1885
Netto, Joseph Sebastian, b. Feb. 8, 1841 1884
Nocella, Charles, b. Nov. 26, 1826 1903
Portanova, Januarfus. b. Oct. 11, 1845 1899
Prlsco, Joseph, b. Sept. "18, 1836 1896
Puzyna, John de K., b. Sept. 13. 1842 1901
Rampolla, Mariano, b. 1843 1887
Resplghi, Peter, b. Sept. 22, 1843 1899
Richard. Francis M. B-, b. March 9. 1819 1899
Riehelmy, Augustlnus. b. Nov. 29. 1850 1899
Samassa, Joseph, b. Sept. 30, 1828 1905
Sancha y Hervas. Cyriacus, b. June 17. 1838 1894
Sanmlniatelll. Alexander, b. Aug. 4, 1840 1899
Skrbensky. Leo. b. June 12, 1863 1901
Taliano, Emillus. b. April 19. 1838 1903
Vaszary, Claudius, b. Feb. 12. 1832 1893
Caglano de Azevedo, Ottavius. b. Nov. 7, 1845..1905
Segna, Francis, b. Aug. 31. 1836 1894
Stelnhuber, Andreas, b. Nov. 11. 1825 1893
Vives y Tuto. Joseph, b. Feb. 15, 1854 1899
Volpe, Francis Delia, b. Dec. 24, 1814 1899
At a consistory held April 15 the following were created cardinals:
Mgr. Cavallari, patriarch of Venice.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Presiding Bishop—Daniel S. Tuttle, bishop of Missouri. Diocese. Bishop and residence.
Alabama C. M. Beckwlth, Anniston
Alaska Perry T. Rowe, Sitka
Albany W. C. Doane, Albany, N. Y.
Arizona J. M. Kendrick, Phoenix
Arkansas William M. Brown, Little Rock
Asheville Junius M. Horner, Asheville, N. C.
Boise James B. Funsten, Boise, Idaho
California William F. Nichols, San Francisco
Central Pennsylvania..E. Talbot, South Bethlehem
Central New York Charles T. Olmsted, Utica
Chicago ". C. P. Anderson. Chicago
Colorado C. S. Olmsted. Denver
Connecticut C. B. Brewster. Hartford
Dallas A. C. Garrett, Dallas, Tex.
Delaware L. Coleman, Wilmington
Duluth James D. Morrison, Duluth, Minn.
East Carolina R. Strange, Wilmington, N. C.
Easton William F. Adams, Easton, Md
Florida E. G. Weed, Jacksonville
Fond du Lac C. C. Grafton. Fond du Lac
Georgia C. K. Nelson, Atlanta
Harrlsburg J. H. Darlington, Harrisburg
Honolulu H. B. Restarik, Honolulu, H. I.
Indianapolis J. M. Francis, Indianapolis
Iowa T. N. Morrison Davenport
Kansas F, M. Millspaugh, Topeka
Kansas City E. R. Atwill, Kansas City, Mo.
Kentucky Charles E. Woodcock. Louisville
Laramie (Wyo.) A. R. Graves, Kearney, Neb.
Lexington L. W. Burton, Lexington, Ky.
Long Island F. Burgess, Garden Cltv, L. I.
Los Angeles J. H. Johnson. Los Angeles, Cal.
Louisiana David Sessums, New Orleans
Maine ^ Robert Codman, Portland
Marquette G. M. Williams, Menominee, Mich.
Maryland William Paret, Baltimore
Massachusetts William Lawrence. Boston
Michigan Charles D. Williams, Detroit. Mich.
Michigan City J. H. White, Michigan Cltv
Milwaukee William W. Webb, Nashota. Wis.
Minnesota S. C. Edsall, Minneapolis
Mississippi T. Du B. Bratton. Jackson
Missouri D. S. Tuttle, St. Louis
Montana L. R. Brewere, Helena
Nebraska George Worthington. Omaha
Newark E. S. Lines, Newark, N, .1.
New Hampshire W. W. Niles, Concord
New Jersey John Scarborough, Trenton
New Mexico J. M. Kendrick, Phoenix, Ariz.
New York H. C. Potter. New York
North Carolina J. B. Cheshire. Raleigli
North Dakota Cameron Mann. Fargo
Ohio William A. Leonard, Cleveland
Oklahoma-Indian Ter F. K. Brooke. Guthrie
Olympia F. W. Keator, Tacoma. Wash.
Oregon Charles Scadding. Portland
Pennsylvania O. W. Whitaker, Philadelphia
Coadiutor A. M. Smith, Philadelphia
Philippines Charles H. Brent. Manila
Pittsburg C. Whitehead, Pittsburg. Pa.
Porto Rico J. II. Van Buren, San-Juan
Quincy M. E. Fawcett, Qufncv, 111.
Rhode Island William N. McVickar, Providence
Sacramento W. H. Morelaud, Sacramento
Salina S. M. Griswold, Salina, Kas.
Salt Lake F. S. Spalding. Salt Lake City
South Carolina Ellison Capers, Columbia
South Dakota William H. Hare, Sioux Falls
Southern Florida William C. Gray. Orlando
Southern Ohio Boyd Vincent, Cincinnati
Southern Virginia A. M. Randolph, Norfolk
Spokane L. H. Wells. Spokane, Wash.
Springfield E. W. Osborne. Springfield, III.
Tennessee Thomas F. Gallor, Memphis
Texas G. II. Kinsolving, Austin
Vermont A. C. A. Hall, Burlington
Virginia Robert A. Gibson, Richmond
Washington (D. C.)
H. Y. Satterlee, Washington, D. C.
West Massachusetts A. II. Vinton. Springfield
West'n Michigan.G. De N. Gillespie. Grand Rapids
Western New York William D. Walker, Buffalo
West Texas J. S. Johnston, San Antonio
West Missouri E. R. Atwill, Kansas City
West Virginia G. W\ Peterkln, Parkersburg
West African S. D. Ferguson, Harper, Liberia
China (Shanghai) F. R. Graves, Shanghai
China (Hankow) L. H. Roots. Hankow
Japan (Tokyo) John McKim, Tokyo
Japan (Kyoto) S. C. Partridge. Kyoto
Cuba Albion W. Knight,- Havaim
Haiti J. T. Holly, Port-au-Princ,
Brazil L. L. KInsolving, Rio Grande do Sul
Mexico H. D. Aves, City of Mexico
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Thos. Bowman, 66 N. Walnut street. Orange, N. J.
Edward G. Andrews, 150 5th avenue. New York. N. Y.
Henry W. Warren. University Park. Col.
Cyrus D. Foss, 2043 Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa.
John M. Walden. 220 W. 4th street, Cincinnati. O.
Willard F. Mallalieu. Auburndale. Mass.
Charles H. Fowler, 150 5th avenue and 338 W\ 72d street. New York, N. Y.
John H. Vincent, Indianapolis. Ind.
Daniel A. Goodsell, 36 Bromfield street, Boston, Mass.
Earl Cranston, Washington, D. C.
David H. Moore, Portland. Ore.
John W. Hamilton. 435 Buchanan street, San Francisco, Cal.
Joseph F. Berry, 455 Franftlln street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Henry Spellmeyer. 220 W. 4th street, Cincinnati. O.
William F. McDowell, 57 Washington street, Chicago, 111.
James W. Bashford. Shanghai, China.
William Burt, 22 Englischviertel strasse. Zurich, Switzerland.
Luther V. Wilson, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Thomas B. Neely, Buenos Aires, South America, and 150 5th avenue. New York, N. Y.
James M. Thoburn, Bombay. India.
Joseph C. Hartzell, Funchal, Madeira Islands.
Africa. Frank W. Warne. Lucknow, India. Isaiah B. Scott, Monrovia, Liberia, Africa. Wm. F. Oldham, Singapore. Straits Settlements. John E. Robinson, Calcutta, India. Merriam C. Harris, Tokyo, Japan.
Organized at Cleveland, O.. May IB, 1889.
President—Bishop Joseph F. Berry, Buffalo, N. Y.
General Secretary—Kev. E. M. Randall, D. D., 57 Washington street, Chicago, III.
Treasurer—R. S. Copeland, M. D.. Ann Arbor. Mich.
German Assistant Secretary—Rev. F. Munz, Cincinnati. O.
Assistant Secretary for Colored Conferences—Rev. I. Garland Penn. South Atlanta, Ga.
Editor Epworth Herald—Rev. Stephen J. Herben, D. D., 57 Washington street. Chicago, 111.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH.
Alpheus W. Wilson. Baltimore. Md.
William Wallace Duncan, Spartanburg, S. C.
Charles B. Galloway. Jackson, Miss.
Eugene R. Hendrix, Kansas City, Mo.
Joseph Key. Sherman, Tex.
Oscar P. Fitzgerald, Nashville, Tenn.
Warren A. Candler, Atlanta, Ga.
Henry C. Morrison. Birmingham, Ala.
E. Embree Hoss, Nashville. Tenn.
Seth Ward. Houston, Tex.
James Atkins. Waynesville, N. C.
Stated Clerk and Treasurer—Rev. William H. Roberts. D. D.. LL. D., room 515, 1319 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Permanent Clerk—Rev. William B. Noble. D. D., 1323 Linwood avenue. Los Angeles, Cal.
Assistant Clerk—Kev. J. M. Hubbert, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
President—John H. Converse, LL. D., Philadelphia. Pa.
Treasurer—Charles B. Adamson, 210 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa.
Secretary—Jacob Wilson, 511 Witherspoon building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Office—1319 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
TRUSTEES FOR THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
President—J. O. Carson.
Secretary—W." F. Ennis, Bowling Green, Ky.
BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS.
President—Rev. D. Stnart Dodge, D. D.
Secretary—Rev. Charles L. Thompson, D. D.
Associate Secretaries—Rev. John Dixon, D. D.; J. Ernest McAfee.
Treasurer—Harvey C. Olin.
Superintendent of School Work—Rev. Robert M. Craig.
Department of Church and Labor—SuperintendentRev. Charles Stelzle.
Young People's Department—Secretary, Von Ogden Vogt.
Field Secretary—Rev. B. P. Fullerton. D. D., St. Louis, Mo.
Office—156 5th avenue. New York, N. Y.
BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS.
President—Rev. George Alexander, D. D.
Corresponding Secretaries—Rev. Frank E. Ellinwood. D. D., LL. D. (Emeritus); Robert E. Speer, Rev. Arthur J. Brown, D. D.; Rev. A. Woodruff Halsey. D. D., and Rev. Stanley White, D. D.
Treasurer—Dwight H. Day.
Assistant Secretaries, Home Department—David McConanghy. T. H. P. Sailer. Ph. D.; Rev. Charles E. Bradt. Ph. D.; J. M. Patterson, Rev Dwight E. Potter, Rev. George H. Trull.
Office—156 5th avenue, New York, N. Y.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
President—Rev. James M. Crowell, D. D., Phila-
THE EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY.
President—W. H. Halbert. Nashville, Tenn. Corresponding Secretary—Rev. W. J. Darby D D Evansville, Ind.
BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SABBATH SCHOOL WORK.
President—Hon. Robert N. Willson, Philadelphia. Pa.
Secretary—Rev. Alexander Henry. Secretary Emeritus—Rev. Elijah R. Craven. D. D., LL. D.
Treasurer—Frank M. Braselmann.
Editorial Superintendent—Rev. J. R Miller, D D.
Business Superintendent—John H. Scribner.
Superintendent Young People's Work—Rev. Willis L. Gelston.
Superintendent of Sabbath School Training and Missionary Work—Rev. James A. Worden, D. D.,
Assistant to Business Superintendent—Henry F.
CUMBERLAND BOARD OF PUBLICATION.
President—Hamilton Parks. Nashville. Tenn
BOARD OF CHURCH ERECTION.
President—Rev. David Magie, D. D.. Paterson, N. J Corresponding Secretary—Rev. Erskine N. White,
Office—156 5th avenue. New York, N. Y.
BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF.
President—A. Charles Barclay, Esq., Philadelphia,
Corresponding Secretary—Rev. B. L. Agnew, D. D.,
W. Heberton, D. D.
CUMBERLAND BOARD OF RELIEF.
President—Rev. W. J. Darby, D. D. Corresponding Secretary—S. B. Swanson, Evansville, Ind.
BOARD OF MISSIONS FOR FREEDMEN.
President—Rev. Samuel J. Fisher, D. D., Swissvale, Pa.
Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer—Rev. Edward P. Cowan, D. D.
Field Secretary—Rev. Henry T. McClelland, D. D.
Office—513 Bessemer bldg., 6th street, Pittsburg, 1-a.
President Emeritus—Rev. Herrick Johnson. D. D..
LL. D., Chicago, 111. President—Rev. Robert MacKenzie. D. D.. LL. D. Secretary—Rev. James Stuart Dickson, D. D. Treasurer—James M. Donald. Office Secretary and Assistant Treasurer—Rev. K.
C. Ray. D. D.
Office—156 5th avenue. New York, N. Y.
BOARD OF MISSIONS AND CHURCH ERECTION.
President—T. H. Perrin. Alton. 111.
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON SYSTEMATIC BENEFICENCE.
Chairman—Rev. D. G. Wylie, D. D., 10 W. 96tn
street. New York, N. Y. Secretary—Rev. W. H. Hubbard, D. D., LL. D.,
Auburn, N. Y. Treasurer—John Sinclair, 1 Broadway, New York
PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE.
Chairman and Treasurer—W. C. Lilley, box 316
Pittsburg. Pa. Corresponding Secretary—Rev. John F. Hill, Conc
stoga bldg., Pittsburg, Pa.
PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN WORK AMONG SEAMEN AND SOLDIERS.
Chairman—Rev. Henry F. Lee, Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer—Harry Pringle Ford, Witherspoon building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Managing Committee—Rev. A. Woodruff Halsey
D. D., chairman; Rev. John Dixon, D. D.; William H. Scott.
Manager—Horace P. Camden.
Office—1328 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
MINISTERIAL SUSTENTATION FUND.
Chairman—Rev. H. Elliott Mott, D. D., Elizabeth
President—S. B. Capen, LL. D. Secretary—Rev. J. R. Sutherland, D. D.. 156 5thav., New York city.
PRESBYTERIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
President—Rev. H. C. McCook, D. D., Sc. D., Devon, Pa.
Honorary Librarian—Rev. Louis F. Benson, D. D.; Philadelphia, Pa.
Corresponding Secretary—H. S. Prentiss Nichols, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.
Recording Secretary—Rev. James Price, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
Treasurer—De B. K. Ludwig, Ph. D., Philadelphia. Pa.
Curator—Alfred Perelval Smith.
Library and Museum—1319 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES.
AMERICAN' BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS.
Treasurer—Frank H. Wiggln.
Secretaries—Rev. James L. Barton, D. D.; Rev. Cornelius H. Patton, D. D.
Editorial Secretary—Rev. E. E. Strong, D. D.
District Secretaries—Rev. C. C. Creegan, D. D., 4th avenue and 22d street. New York city; Rev. A. N. Hitchcock. Ph. D.. 153 LaSalle street, Chicago, 111.: Rev. H. M. Tenney, "San Francisco, Cal.
Headquarters—Congregational House, Boston, Mass.
AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION,
President—Rev. A. H. Bradford. D. D.
Treasurer—H. W. Hubbard.
Secretaries—Rev. J. H. Cooper, D. D.; Rev. C. J.
Ryder. D. D. Western Secretary—Rev. W. L. Tenney. D. D..
room 1004. 153 LaSalle street, Chicago III. Headquarters—287 4th avenue. New York city.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLICATION SOCIETY.
President—WTillard Scott. D. D., Worcester, Malss.
Secretary—Rev. Frank K. Sander, D. D.
Manager Pilgrim Press—Luther H. Carey, Boston.
District Secretary—Rev. W. F. McMillen. D. D.. room 1008 Association building, 153 LaSalle street. Chicago, 111.
Manager Wrestern Agency—F. E. At wood. 175 Wabash avenue. Chicago. 111.
Headquarters—Congregational House, Boston, Mass.
CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.
President—Dr. Luclen C. Warner, New York city.
Secretary—Rev. C. H. Richards, D. D., New York city.
Field Secretaries—Rev. W. W. Newell, 153 LaSalle street, Chicago, 111.; Rev. George A. Hood, Boston, Mass.; Rev. H. H. Wilkoff. San Francisco, Cal.
Headquarters—287 4th avenue, New York city.
HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
President—Rev. C. S. Mills, D. D., St. Louis, Mo.
ILLINOIS HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
President—Rev. Lucius O. Baird.
Roy B. Guild.
President—Rev. Win. It. Campbell, Maiden, Mass.
Headquarters—Congregational House, Boston. Mass.
Chairman—Rev. H. A. Stimson, D. D., New York city.
Secretary—Wm. A. Rice, D. D., New York city.
Treasurer—Rev. S. B. Forbes, 206 Wethersfield avenue. Hartford, Conn.
Headquarters—135 Wall street, Hartford. Conn.
MINISTERIAL RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS.
President—Edward T. Cushing, Esq., LaGrange. Treasurer—Rev. George W. Coleman, 6444 Ellis avenue, Chicago.
NATIONAL TRIENNIAL COUNCIL.
Moderator—Hon. T. C. Mac Millan, Chicago, 111.
WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS.
Secretary—Miss E. H. Stanwood, Congregational House. Boston, Mass.
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETIES.
President—Mrs. B. W. Firman, 1012 Iowa street,
Oak Park, 111. Secretary—Miss Annie A. McFarland, Concord, N. H.
CHICAGO CITY MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Secretary—William Spooner, 131 LaSalle street.
Superintendent—Rev. J. C. Armstrong. 153 LaSalle street.
The American Baptist Missionary t'nion—President, W. W. Keen, M. D., LL. D-, Pennsylvania; corresponding secretaries, home departments, H. C. Mabie, D. D., Rev. F. P. Haggard; foreign department. Dr. T. S. Barbour, Tremont Temple. Boston, Mass.
The American Baptist Publication Society—President, Samuel A. Crozier, Pennsylvania; secretary, A. J. Rowland. D. D., 1630 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
The American Baptist Home Mission SocietyPresident. Col. E. H. Haskell, Newton Centre, Mass.; corresponding secretary, H. L. Morehouse, D. D., 312 4th avenue. New York city.
The American Baptist Historical Society—President, B. L. Whitman. D. D., LL. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
Education Society—President, A. Gaylord Slocum, Michigan; corresponding secretary (vacancy).
Southern Baptist Convention—President, Edwin William Stephens, Columbia, Mo.; secretaries, Lansing Burrows. D. D., Nashville, Tenn.; Oliver F. Gregory, D. D., Baltimore, Md.
Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society—President, Mrs. M. Grant Edwards, Chestnut Hill, Mass.; corresponding secretary foreign department. Mrs. H. G- Safford, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass.; secretary home department, Mrs. N. M. Waterbury, same address.
Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of the West—President, Mrs. John Edwin Scott, Evanston, HI.; foreign corresponding secretary. Miss Blanche G. Loverldge, Waukegan, 111.; home secretary. Miss Carrie E. Perrine. 1318 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111.
Baptist Young People's Union of America (organized 1891)—President. E. Y. Mullins. D. D., XL. D., Louisville, Ky.; recording secretary, Rev. H. W. Reed. Rock Island, 111.; general secretary. Rev. George T. Webb, Chicago, 111.; treasurer, H. B. Osgood, Chicago, 111.
Women's Baptist Home Mission Society—President. Mrs. J. N. Crouse, Chicago. 111.; corresponding secretary. Miss M. G. Burdette, 2411 Indiana avenue, Chicago, 111.
Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society —President, Mrs. Alice B Coleman: corresponding secretary. Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass.
General Convention of Baptists of North AmericaPresident, Hon. E. W. Stephens, Columbia, Mo.; secretary. Rev. J. N. Prestridge, D. D., Louisville Ky.
Baptist World Alliance—President, Rev. Alexander MacLaren, D, D., LL. IX. Manchester. England; secretary. Rev. J. N. Shakespeare. London, Enp.
Northern Baptist Convention—President, Hon. Charles E. Hughes, Now York; corresponding secretary, Dr. W. C. Bitting, St. Louis, Mo.
President—Rev. E. Norelius, D. P., Vase, Minn.
Vice-President—Rev. L. A. Johnstone, D. D., Moline. 111.
Secretary—Rev. J. E. Dahlberg, A. M., Rock Island, 111.
Treasurer—Rev. C. J. Bengstone, Rock Island, 111.
MISSOURI SYNOD (GERMAN).
President—Dr. F. Pieper, Concordia seminary, St. Louis, Mo.
Secretary—Rev. R. D. Biederman, 713 South New Jersey street, Indianapolis, Ind.
The official title of this organization is: The German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio and Other States.
MISSOURI SYNOD (ENGLISH).
President—Rev. H. P. Eckhardt, 4827 Lexington avenue N. E., Cleveland, O.
Secretary—Rev. J. F. Wenchel, Roslindale, Boston, Mass.
Official title of organization: The Evangelical Lutheran Synod, of Missouri and Other States.
President—Rev. C. J. Eastvold, Jewell. Iowa.
President—Dr. V. Koren, Decorah, Iowa.
UNITED NORWEGIAN SYNOD.
President—Rev. T. H. Dahl, D. D., Minneapolis,
THE LUTHER LEAGUE.
Luther League of America—President, William C. Stoever, Philadelphia, Pa.; secretary. Rev. Luther M. Kuhns, 2569 Pierce street, Omaha. Neb. Luther League of Illinois—President, C. T. A. Anderson, Chicago; corresponding secretary, AIvina Stut, 114 Evergreen avenue, Chicago. Luther League of Chicago—President—Alex. Nelson; curresponding secretary, Berthe E. Waller, 14GS North Sacramento avenue.
President—Carroll D. Wright, Worcester, Mass. Vice-Presidents—Hon. George E. Adams, Chicago,
111.; Hon. Thomas J. Morris, Baltimore. Md.;
Hon. George C. Perkins. San Francisco, Cal.; J.
Ilursen Rhoades, New York. N. Y.; Hon. Francis
C. Lowell. Boston, Mass.; Hon. Rockwood Hoar,
Worcester, Mass. General Secretary—Rev. Walter F. Greenman, Wn
tertown, Mass. Treasurer—Richard C. Humphreys, Boston, Mass.
President—Morton D. Hull, Chicago, 111.
C. L. Wilder. F. A. Delano, J. W. Hosmer, Mrs.
AMERICAN UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION.
President—Samuel A. Eliot.
Secretary—Rev. Lewis G. Wilson, Boston, Mass.
CHURCH OF THE NEW JERUSALEM. *
THE GENERAL CONVENTION.
President—Rev. S. S. Seward, Detroit, Mich.
Recording Secretary—C. A. E. Spamer, 215 North
Charles street. Baltimore, Md. Assistant Secretary—Rev. J. W. Stockwell, 130
East 46th street, Chicago, III. Treasurer—James Richard Carter, 246 Devonshire
street, Boston, Mass.
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF THE NEW JERUSALEM.
Presiding Minister—Rev. John S. Saul, 501 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111.
Secretary—Rev. L. G. Landenberger, 3741 Windsor place, St. Louis, Mo.
Treasurer—C. H. Cutler, 4801 Kenwood, avenue Chicago, 111.
Executive Committee—Robert Matheson, 723 Sedgwick street, Chicago, III.; Dr. J. P. Cobb, 254 East 47th street, Chicago, 111.; Clark S. Reed. 1406 Tribune building. Chicago, III.; William Niles, Laporte. Ind.; George Copelaud, Jefferson, Wis.; Percy Werner, Rialto building, St. Louis. Mo.; George E. Lee, Springfield. 111.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL SYNOD OF NORTH AMERICA.
President—Rev. J. PIster, D. D.. Cincinnati. 0. Vice-President—Rev. F. Buesser, Paplneau, 111. Secretary—Rev. G. Fischer. Elkhart, Wis. Treasurer—Rev. II. Wolf. Bensenville, 111.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH.
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.
President—Daniel Colt Gilman, Baltimore, Md.
Corresponding Secretaries—Rev. John Fox, D. D., and Rev. William I. Haven, Bible House, New York. N. Y.
Recording Secretary—Rev. Henry Otis Dwight, Bible House, New York. N. Y.
Treasurer—William Fouike, Bible House. New York, N. Y.
AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION. President—Morris K. Jesup. Corresponding Secretary—E. Augustus Miller. Treasurer—Richard Ashhurst. Recording Secretary—J. M. Andrews of the home
office. 1816 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago Office—153 LaSaile street, room 1012.
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. President—William Phillips Hall. Vice-President—Rev. Robert S. MacArthur. D. D.,
LL. D. Secretaries—Rev. George L. Shearer, D. D.; Hev.
John H. Kerr, D. D.; Frederick H. Andrews. Offices—150 Nassau street. New York, N. Y.
BROTHERHOOD OF ANDREW AND PHILIP.
President—Rev. Rufus W. Miller, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
General Secretary—Rev. William H. Pheley, 15tli and Race streets. Philadelphia. Pa.
Treasurer—Henry E. Crocker, 156 5th avenue, NewYork, N. Y.
Chairman Finance Committee—Allan Sutherland, Witherspoon building, Philadelphia, Pa.
INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS AND SONS.
President (acting)—Miss Kate Bond, New York,
Vice-President—Mrs. R. J. Reed, Wheeling, W. Va. General Secretary-Treasurer and Editor—Mrs. Mary
I-owe Dickinson. 156 5th avenue, New York, N. V. Recording Secretary—Mrs. A. H. Evans, 27 East
31st street. New York. N. Y.
INTERCHURCH CONFERENCE ON FEDERATION.
Officers of Executive Committee. Chairman—Rev. W. H. Roberts, D. D., LL. D., Witherspoon building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Vice-Chairman—Rev. Frank Mason North. D. D.,
121 West 122d street. New York, N. Y. Secretary—Kev. E. B. Sanford, D. D., 81 Bihle
House, 4tli avenue and 9th street. New York, N. Y. Treasurer—Alfred R. Kimball, 81 Bible House,
New York, N. Y. Olflce of Executive Committee—81 Bible House.
New York. N. Y.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION.
Organized Feb. 12, 1903. President—Henry Churchill King. Oberlin. O. First Vice-President—Geo. Hodges,Cambridge, Mass. Chairman Executive Board—William D. Mackenzie,
Hartford, Conn. General Secretary—Henry Fred'k Cope, Chicago, 111. Executive Offices—153 LaSalle street, Chicago, III.
The purpose of the association is to Inspire the educational forces of the country with the religions Ideal, to Inspire the religious forces of the country with the educational ideal and to keep before tiie public mind the Ideal of religious education and the sense of its need and value.
THE SALVATION ARMY Organized in London July, 1865. Commander in Chief—Gen. William Booth. General Headquarters—London, England. American Headquarters—120 West 14th street, New
York, N. Y. , Western Headquarters—395 State-st., Chicago^ -III, Western Territorial Commissioner—Geo. A. Kilbey. Posts In World—7.500. Posts in Chicago—33.
THE VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. Organized In March, 1896. Commander—Gen. Balllngton Booth. Northwestern Headquarters—31, 184 Dearborn street,
Chicago, 111. Northwestern Territorial Commander—Maj.-Gen.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION OF TIIE
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations of North America—Lucien C. Warner, chairman; Alfred E. Marling, William D. Murray, vice-chairman; Frederick B. Schenok, treasurer; Richard C. Morse, general secretary;
Seneral offices, 3 West 29th street. New York, ', Y. The annual report made in 1907 shows:
Association*. 1.952; members, 437.ITS; value of buildings, $40,100,000; total net property in buildings, oilier real estate, equipment and endowment funds, $43,726,788: number of employed offlcers, 2.392; in educational classes, 42,129 stu dents; 560 gymnasiums; 104.225 enrolled in gymnasium classes; 150 athletic fields; 231 railroad associations with S7.000 members; 741 student associations with 54.236 members; boy membership, 67.954.
METHODIST PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN
President—Rev. .T. H. Straughn, W. Lafayette. 0.
Vice-President—Mrs. J. II. Eddy, Lansing. Mich.
Secretary and Treasurer—Charles F. Ilaus, Cleveland. O.
Missionary Superintendent—J. Sala Leland. Uniontown, Pa.
Junior Superintendent—Rev. J. C. Broomfield, Fairmont, W. Va.
Good Citizenship Superintendent—E. Bibb Mills. Baltimore, Md.
Executive Commit tee—Dr. J. F. Cowan, Boston, and Rev. C. II. Hubbell, Columbus, 0.
UNITED SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR.
WORLD'S CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR UNION. President—Rev. Francis E. Clark, D. D., LL. D.,
Boston, Mass. Secretaries—President John Willis Baer, LL. D.,
Los Angeles, Cal. ;..Von Ogden Vogt, New York,
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. According to the revised 089S) edition of Mulball's Dictionary of Statistics there are 476,100,000 Christians and 654,200,000 non-Christians In the world. The same authority places the number of Roman catholics in Europe, America and Australia at 223,090,000; protestants, 157,050,000, and Greeks, 88.660.000. It has been estimated that there are In the world 256,000,000 followers of Confucius, 190,0:,0.000 Hindoos. 148,000.000 Buddhists. HS.OOO.OOf polythelsts, 43.000,000 Taolsts, 14,000,000 Shlntoists and 12,000,000 Jews. Of the Christians more than 230.000,000 are catholics, 98.000,000 orthodox Greek, 70,000.000 Lutherans, 21.000.000 episcopalians, 17.000.000 methodists. 11.000,000 baptists. 9.000,000 presbyterians and 4,500.000 congrcgationalists.