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President-S. B. Capen, LL. D. Secretary-Rev. J. R. Sutherland, D. D., 156 5th. av., 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 Percival Smith. Library and Museum-1319 Walnut street, Philadel.

phia, Pa.

MINISTERIAL RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS. President-Edward T. Cushing, Esq., LaGrange. Treasurer-Rev. George W. Coleman, 6444 Ellis avenue, Chicago.

NATIONAL TRIENNIAL COUNCIL. Moderator-Ilon. T. C. Mac Millan, Chicago, Ill. Secretary--Rev. Asher Anderson, D. D., Congrega

tional House, Boston, Mass. Registrar-Rev. Joel Ives, Hartford, Conn.

WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS. Secretary-Miss E. H. Stanwood, Congregational

House, Boston, Mass. NATIONAL FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S HOME MISSION

ARY SOCIETIES. President-Mrs. B. W. Firman, 1012 Iowa street,

Oak Park, Ill. Secretary-Miss Annie A. McFarland, Concord, N. H.

CHICAGO CITY MISSIONARY SOCIETY. President-Frank Kimball. Secretary-William Spooner, 131 LaSalle street. Treasurer-Willis S. Herrick, Superintendent-Rev. J. C. Armstrong. 153 LaSalle

street.

THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES.

AMERICAN BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS.
Treasurer-Frank H. Wiggin.
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 La Salle street, Chicago, Ill.; 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, Ill.
Headquarters—287 4th avenue, New York city.

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PUBLICATION SOCIETY.
President-Willard Scott, D. D., Worcester, Mass.
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 La Salle street.

Chicago, Ill.
Manager Western Agency-F. E. Atwood, 175 Wa-

bash avenue, Chicago, Ill.
Headquarters-Congregational House, Boston, Mass.

CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY.
President-Dr. Lucien 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, Ill.; Rev. George A. Hood, Bos-
ton, 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.
Treasurer-William B. Howland.
Secretaries-Hubert C. Herring, Joseph B. Clark.
Headquarters-287 4th avenue, New York city.
Superintendent German Department-M. E. Eversz,
D. D., 1002, 153 La Salle street, Chicago, Ill.

ILLINOIS HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
President-Rev. Lucius 0. Baird.
Vice-President- Rev. F. L. Graff.
Superintendent and Corresponding Secretary-Rev.

Roy B. Guild.
Treasurer John W. Iliff.
Office-153 La Salle street, Chicago, Ill.

EDUCATION SOCIETY.
President-Rev. Wm. R. Campbell, Malden, Mass,
Secretary-Rev. Edward S. Tead.
Treasurer-s. F. Wilkins.
Headquarters-Congregational House, Boston, Mass.
Chicago Office--153 La Salle street; "Rev. Theodore
Clifton. D. D., western field secretary.

MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 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 Wethersfiela ave

nue, Hartford, Conn. Headquarters--135 Wall street, Hartford, Conn.

BAPTIST DENOMINATION. The American Baptist Missionary Union-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, Phil.

adelphia, Pa. The American Baptist Home Mission Society

President, 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-Presi

dent, B. L. Whitman, D. D., LL. D., Philadel

phia, 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-Pres

ident, 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, ill.; foreign corresponding secretary, Miss Blanche G. Loveridge, Waukegan, Ill.; home secretary, Miss Carrie E. Perrine, 1318 Masonic

Temple, Chicago, ni. Baptist Young People's Union of America_(organ

ized_1891)- President. E. Y. Mullins, D. D., LL. D., Louisville, Ky.; recording secretary, Rev. H. W. Reed, Rock Island, N.; general secretary. Rev. George T. Webb, Chicago, Ill.; treasurer,

H. B. Osgood, Chicago, Ill. Women's Baptist Home Mission Society-President. Mrs. J. N. Crouse, Chicago, Ill.; corresponding secretary, Miss M. G. Burdette, 2411 Indiana ave.

nue, Chicago, Ill. 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 America

President, 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. D., Manchester, England; secretary, Rev. J. N. Shakespeare, London, Eng. Northern Baptist Convention-President, Hon. Charles E. llughes, New York; corresponding secretary, Dr. W. C. Bitting, St. Louis, Mo.

Recording Secretary-C. A. E. Spamer, 215 North

Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
Assistant Secretary-Rev. J. W. Stockwell, 130

East 46th street, Chicago, Ill.
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, Ill.
Secretary-Rev. L. G. Landenberger, 3741 Windsor

place, St. Louis, Mo.
Treasurer-C. H. Cutler, 4801 Kenwood avenue

Chicago, Ill.
Executive Committee Robert Matheson, 723 Sedg.

wick street, Chicago, Ill.; Dr. J. P. Cobb, 254
East 47th street, Chicago, Ill.; Clark S. Reed,
1406 Tribune building. Chicago, Ill.; William
Niles, Laporte, Ind.; George Copeland, Jefferson,
Wis.; Percy Werner, Rialto building, St. Louis,
Mo.; George E. Lee, Springfield, Ill.

LUTHERAN DENOMINATION.

AUGUSTANA SYNOD.
President-Rev. E. Norelius, D. D., Vasa, Minn,
Vice-President-Rev. L. A. Johnstone, D. D., Mo-

line, lll.
Secretary-Rev. J. E. Dahlberg, A. M., Rock Is-

land, ill.
Treasurer-Rev. C. J. Bengstone, Rock Island, Ill.

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 Ger-

man 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, Bos-

ton, Mass.
Official title of organization: The Evangelical
Lutheran Synod of Missouri and Other States.

HAUGE SYNOD.
President-Rev. C. J. Eastvold, Jewell, Iowa.
Secretary-Prof. N. J. Lohre, Jewell, lowa.

NORWEGIAN SYNOD.
President-Dr. V. Koren, Decorah, Iowa.
Vice-President-Dr. H. G. Stub, Hamline, Minn.
Secretary-Rev. J. Nordby, Lee, Ill.
Treasurer-Rev. M. Borge, Decorah, Iowa.

UNITED NORWEGIAN SYNOD.
President-Rev. T. H. Dahl, D. D., Minneapolis,

Minn.
Secretary-Jens C. Roseland, Austin, Minn.

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, Al-
vina Stut, 114 Evergreen avenue, Chicago. Luther
League of Chicago-President-Alex. Nelson; cor-
responding secretary, Berthe E. Waller, 1468
North Sacramento avenue.

UNITARIAN CHURCH.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE.
President-Carroll D. Wright, Worcester, Mass.
Vice-Presidents-Hon. George E. Adams, Chicago,

Ill.; Hon. Thomas J. Morris, Baltimore, Mä.;
Hon. George C. Perkins, San Francisco, Cal.; J.
Harsen Rhoades, New York, N. Y.; Hon. Francis
C. Lowell, Boston, Mass.; Hon. Rockwood Hoar,

Worcester, Mass.
General Secretary-Rev. Walter F. Greenman, Wa'

tertown, Mass.
Treasurer-Richard C. Humphreys, Boston, Mass.

WESTERN CONFERENCE.
President-Morton D. Hull, Chicago, Ill.
Secretary-Rev. Wilson M. Backus, Chicago, Ill.
Treasurer-Herbert W. Brough, Chicago, Ill.
Vice-Presidents-Rev. George A. Thayer, Cincin-

nati, 0.; John Bagley. Detroit, Mich.
Directors-Rev. W. M. Backus, Mrs. E. A. Delano,
C. L. Wilder, F. A. Delano, J. W. Hosmer, Mrs.
S. F. Lynn, F. F. Temple, Rev. W. H. Pulsford.
all of Chicago, Ill. ; Rev. Mary A. Safford, Des
Moines, Iowa: Rev. John W. Day, St. Louis, Mo.;
Rev. A. M. Judy, Davenport, Iowa; Rev. F. A.
Gilmore, Madison, Wis.; Rev. Florence Buck,
Kenosha, Wis.; Rev. F. M. Bennett, Lawrence,
Kas.; C. S. Udell, Grand Rapids, Mich.; E. C.
Mason, Milwaukee, Wis.; Rey. R. W. Boynton,
St. Paul, Minn.

AMERICAN UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION.
President-Samuel A. Eliot.
Secretary-Rev. Lewis G. Wilson, Boston, Mass.
CHURCH OF THE NEW JERUSALEM.

[Swedenborgian.)

THE GENERAL CONVENTION.
President-Rev. S. S. Seward, Detroit, Mich.
Vice President-Ilon. Job Barnard, Washington,

D. C.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL SYNOD OF NORTH

AMERICA.

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS.
President-Rev. J. Pister, D. D., Cincinnati, O.
Vice-President-Rev. F. Buesser, Papineau, ill.
Secretary-Rev. G. Fischer, Elkhart, Wis.
Treasurer-Rev. H. Wolf, Bensenville, Ill.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH.
Founded by Mary Baker Glover Eddy in 1879.
Mother Church First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Boston, Mass. President, Eugene H. Green, Prov.
idence, R. I.; clerk, William B. Johnson, Boston,
Mass.; treasurer, Stephen A. Chase, Fall River,
Mass.

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.
Bible House, Astor place, New York, N. Y.
President--Daniel Coit 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, Bi.

ble House, New York, N. Y.
Treasurer-William Foulke, Bible House, New
York, N. Y.

AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION.
President- Morris K. Jesup.
Corresponding Secretary-È. Augustus Miller.
Treasurer-Richard Ashhurst.
Recording Secretary-J. M. Andrews of the home

office, 1816 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago Office-153 LaSalle 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.; Rev.

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., Philadel

phia, Pa. General Secretary-Rev. William H. Pheley, 15th

and Race streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Treasurer-Henry E. Crocker, 156 5th avenue, New

York, 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,

N. Y.
Vice-President-Mrs. R. J. Reed, Wheeling, W. Va.
General Secretary-Treasurer and Editor-Mrs. Mary

Lowe Dickinson, 156 5th avenue, New York, N. Y.
Recording Secretary--Mrs. A. H. Evans, 27 East

31st street, New York, N. Y.
INTERCHURCH CONFERENCE ON FEDERA.

TION.
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-Rev. E. B. Sanford, D.D., 81 Bible

House, 4th avenue and 9th street, New York, N. Y. Treasurer-Alfred R. Kimball, 81 Bible House,

New York, N. Y. Office of Executive Committee-81 Bible House, New York, N. Y. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION.

Organized Feb. 12, 1903. President-Henry Churchill King. Oberlin, 0. First Vice-President-Geo. Hodges, Cambridge, Mass. Chairman Executive Board-William D. Mackenzie,

Hartford, Conn. General Secretary--Henry Fred'k Cope, Chicago. Ili, Executive Offices-153 La Salle street, Chicago, Ill.

The purpose of the association is to inspire the educational forces of the country with the religious ideal, to inspire the religious forces of the country with the educational ideal and to keep before the public mind the ideal of religious education and the sense of its need and value.

Associations, 1.952; members, 437,178; value of buildings, $10,100,000; total net property in buildings, other real estate, equipment and endowment funds, $43,726,788: number of employed officers, 2,392; in educational classes, 42, 129 stu dents; 560 gymnasiums; 104,225 enrolled in gym. nasium classes: 150 athletic fields; 231 railroad associations with 87.000 members; 741 student as. sociations with 54.236 members; hoy membership, 67,954. METHODIST PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN

ENDEAVOR UNION. President-Rev. J. H. Straughn, W. Lafayette, 0. Vice-President-Mrs. J. H. Eddy, Lansing. Mich. Secretary and Treasurer-Charles F. Haus, Cleve.

land, 0. Missionary Superintendent-J. Sala Leland. Union

town, Pa. Junior Superintendent-Rev. J. C. Broomfield, Fair

mont, W. Va. Good Citizenship Superintendent-E. Bibb Mills,

Baltimore, Md. Executive Committee-Dr. J. F. Cowan, Boston,

and Rev. C. H. Hubbell, Columbus, o.

UNITED SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR.
President-Rev. Francis E. Clark, D. D., LL. D.
General Secretary-William Shaw, Tremont Tem-

ple, Boston, Mass.
Editorial Secretary--Prof. Amos R. Wells.
Treasurer-Hiram N. Lathrop.
Publication Manager-George B. Graff.

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, Ill. 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. Ballington Booth. Northwestern Headquarters-31, 184 Dearborn street,

Chicago, Ill. Northwestern Territorial Commander-Maj.-Gen.

Edward Fielding. YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION OF THE

UNIVERSALIST CHURCH.
President-Harry Russel Childs, New York, N. Y.
Secretary-A. Ingham Bicknell, 30 West street,

Boston, Mass.
Treasurer-Arthur W. Pierce, Franklin, Mass.

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. Schenck, treasurer; Richard C. Morse, general secretary; general offices, 3 West 29th street, New York, N. Y. The annual report made in 1907 shows:

WORLD'S CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR UNION. President-Rev. Francis E. Clark, D. D., LL. D.,

Boston, Mass. Secretaries-President John Willis Baer, LL. P.,

Los Angeles, Cal.;. Von Ogden Vogt, New York, N. Y. Treasurer-William Shaw, Boston, Mass.

RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. According to the revised (1898) edition of Mulhall'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, 190,000.000 Hindoos, 148,000.000 Buddhists, 118.000.000 polytheists, 43,000,000 Taoists, 14,000,000 Shintoists 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 congregationalists.

MANUFACTURES IN LARGE CITIES (1905).

CITIES.

Boston, Mass. Buffalo, N. Y.. Chicago, Ill... Cincinnati, O.. Cleveland, O. Detroit, Mich. Indianapolis, Ind.. Kansas City, Mo.. Milwaukee, Wis.. Minneapolis, Minn. New York, N. Y.. Newark, N.J..... Omaha, Neb... Philadelphia, Pa..

Capital Value of
invested. product.

CITIES.
$131.562.822 $181.551,163 Pittsburg, Pa...
137,023, 114 117.377,875 Providence, R. I..
637.743,474 955,036,277 Rochester, N. Y
130,271,811 166.059.745 St. Louis, Mo,..
156,509,252 172,115,101 St. Paul, Minn..
91,228 214 128,761,658 San Francisco, Cal.
53,419.820 82 227.950 Syracuse, N. Y.
32.126,674 35,573.019 Toledo, O....
162.129 641 133.881,515 Trenton, N.J..

64,699,604 121.533,120 Troy, N. Y..
1.042,946,487 1,526,523,005 Washington, D. C...
119.026,172 150.055,22i| Wilmington, Del.

31,557.961 51,003,701 Worcester, Mass. 520.178.654 591.3-8.0781 Youngstown, O.

Capital Value of invested. | product. $202.424,240 $165. 128,831

95.666, 107 91,980,963 71.529,724 82.747,370 265.9361,570 267.307.058

36,101.282 38,318,701 102,362,378 137.788,233 33,740.651 31.823,751 38.643.390 41.823,001 41.623,232 32.719,915 32,697.081 31.860.829 20,199.783 18.359,159 33,226,991 30,300.039 48.771.852 52,144,965 42.370,660 48,126.885

SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE.

Date-April 18, 1906.
Lives lost-452.
Persons injured-1,500.
Persons made homeless-265,000.
Property loss--$350.000.000 (estimated).
Loss to insurance companies.-$132,823,067.21.

Buildings destroyed-60,000.
Blocks or squares burned-453.
Area of burned district-3.96 square miles.
Relief appropriation by congress-$2,500,000.
Relief subscription-$11,000,000.

SECRET, FRATERNAL AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES.

General Grand Captain of Guard-Edward W. Wel

lington, Ellsworth, Kas. General Grand Conductor of Council-George New.

ell, Medinah, N. Y. General Grand Marshal-W. F. Cleveland, Har

lan, Iowa. General Grand Steward-Fay Hempstead, Little

Rock, Ark.

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MASONIC GRAND LODGES. NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF GRAND SECRETARIES

(OCTOBER, 1906). Alabama-George A. Beauchamp, Montgomery. Arizona-George J. Roskruge, Tucson. Arkansas-Fay Hempstead, Little Rock. British Columbia-R. E. Brett, Victoria. California-George Johnson, San Francisco. Canada-Hugh Murray, Hamilton, Ont. Colorado-Charles H. Jacobson, Denver. Connecticut-John H. Barlow, Hartford. Cuba-Aurelio Miranda, Havana. Delaware-Benjamin F. Bartram, Wilmington. District of Columbia-A. W. Johnston, Washington. England-Edward Letchworth, London. Florida-W. P. Webster, Jacksonville. Georgia-W. A. Woolihin, Macon. Idaho-Theodore W. Randall, Boise. Illinois-Isaac Cutter, Camp Point. Indiana-Calvin W. Prather, Indianapolis. Indian Territory-Joseph S. Murrow, Atoka. Iowa-Newton R. Parvin, Cedar Rapids. Ireland-H. E. Flavelle, Dublin. Kansas-Albert K. Wilson, Topeka. Kentucky-Henry B. Grant, Louisville. Louisiana-Richard Lambert, New Orleans. Maine-Stephen Berry, Portland. Manitoba--James A. Ovas, Winnipeg. Maryland-William M. Isaac, Baltimore. Massachusetts-Sereno D. Nickerson, Boston. Michigan-Lou B. Winsor, Reed City. Minnesota-John Fishel, St. Paul. Mississippi--Frederic Speed, Vicksburg. Missouri-John R. Parson, St. Louis. Montana-Cornelius Hedges, Helena. Nebraska-Francis E. White, Omaha. Nevada-Chauncey N. Noteware, Carson City. New Brunswick-J. Twining Hartt, St. John. New Hampshire-Frank D. Woodbury, Concord. New Jersey- Thomas H. R. Redway, Trenton. New Mexico-Alpheus A. Keane, Albuquerque. New York-Edward M. I. Ehlers, New York. New Zealand-Malcolm Niccol, Wellington. North Carolina-John C. Drury, Raleigh. North Dakota-Frank J. Thompson, Fargo. Nova Scotia-Thomas Mowbray, Halifax. Ohio-J. H. Bromwell, Cincinnati. Oklahoma-James A. Hunt, Stillwater. Oregon-James F. Robinson, Eugene. Pennsylvania-William A. Sinn. Philadelphia. Prince Edward Island, Neil McKelvie, Summerside. Quebec-Will H. Whyte, Montreal. Rhode Island-S. Penrose Williams, Providence. Scotland-David Reid, Edinburgh. South Australia-J. H. Cunningham, Adelaide. South Carolina-Charles Inglesby. Charleston. South Dakota--George A. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. Tasmania-John Hamilton, Hobart. Tennessee John B. Garrett, Nashville. Texas-John Watson, Waco. United Grand Lodge of Victoria-John Braim, Mel

bourne. United Grand Lodge of New South Wales, Arthur

H. Bray, Sydney. l'tah-Christopher Diehl, Salt Lake City. Vermont-Henry H. Ross, Burlington. Virginia-George W. Carrington, Richmond. Washington-Horace Taylor, Olympia. West Virginia-George W. Atkinson, Charleston. Wisconsin-William W. Perry. Milwaukee. Wyoming-William M. Kuykendall, Saratoga.

The membership of the grand lodges in this country and Canada in 1906 was 1,127,810.

ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS.

GENERAL GRAND COUNCIL. General Grand Master-Henry C. Larrabee, Balti

more, Md. General Deputy Grand Master-Graff M. Acklin,

Toledo, 0. General Grand Principal Conductor of Work-J. A.

Blake, Boston, Mass. General Grand Treasurer-Charles H. Heaton,

Montpelier, Vt. General Grand Recorder-Henry W. Mordhurst,

Fort Wayne, Ind.

KNIGHTS TEMPLARS. OFFICERS OF THE GRAND ENCAMPMENT. Grand Master-Henry W. Rugg, D. D., Providence,

R. I. Grand Deputy Master-William B. Melish, Cincin

nati, 0. Grand Generalissimo-Arthur MacArthur, Troy,

N. Y. Grand Captain-General-Frank W. Pierce, San

Francisco, Cal. Grand Senior Warden-Lee S. Smith, Pittsburg, Pa. Grand Junior Warden-Joseph K. Orr, Atlanta, Ga. Grand Treasurer-H. Wales Lines, Meriden, Conn. Grand Recorder-John A. Gerow, Detroit, Mich. Grand commanderies in the United States, 44. Commanders under jurisdiction of grand encamp

ment, 1,184. Membership, 161,640. ANCIENT ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE MASONS.

NORTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION. M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander-Henry L.

Palmer, Milwaukee, Wis. Grand Treasurer-General-Newton D. Arnold, Prov

idence, R. I. Grand Secretary-General-James H. Codding. Towanda, Pa.

SOUTHERN MASONIC JURISDICTION. M. P. Sovereign Grand Commander-James D. Rich

ardson, Washington, D. C. Secretary-General-Frederick Webber, Washington, D. C.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS.

GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER. General Grand High Priest-Joseph E. Dyas, Paris,

Ill. General Deputy Grand High Priest-William C.

Swain, Milwaukee, Wis. General Grand King-Nathan Kingsley, Austin,

Minn. General Grand Scribe-Bernard G. Witt, Hender

son, Ky. General Grand Treasurer-John M. Carter, Balti

more, Md. General Grand Secretary-Christopher G. Fox, Buf

falo, N. Y. General Grand Captain of the Host-George E. Cor

son, Washington, D. C. General Grand Principal Sojourner-Fred W. Craig.

Des Moines, Iowa. Headquarters, Buffalo, N. Y. Number of grand chapters, 44.

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR.

Organized Nov. 16, 1876. OFFICERS OF GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER 1904-1907. Most Worthy Grand Matron-Mrs. Ella S. Wash

burn, Racine, Wis. Most Worthy Grand Patron-William H. Norris,

Manchester, Iowa.. Right Worthy Associate Grand Matron-Mrs. M.

Alice Miller, El Reno, Okla. Right Worthy Associate Grand Patron-Willis D.

Engle, Indianapolis, Ind. Right Worthy Grand Secretary-Mrs. Lorraine J.

Pitkin, Chicago, Ill. Right Worthy Grand Treasurer-Mrs. Harriette A.

Ercanbrack, Ana mosa, Iowa. Right Worthy Grand Conductress-Mrs. Rata A.

Mills, Duke Center, Pa. Right Worthy Associate Grand Conductress-Mrs.

Emma Ocobock, Hartford, Mich. Membership in 1907–392,976.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS.

SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE. Grand Sire-E. S. Conway, 79 Dearborn street, Chi

cago, Ill. Deputy Grand Sire-John L. Nolen, Nashville,

Teun. Grand Scribe-John B. Goodwin, Baltimore, Ma. Grand Treasurer-M. Richards Muckle, Philadel

phia, Pa. Grand Chaplain-Rev. J. M. Baker, Marion, Ind. Grand Marshal-Edwin L. Pilsbury, Boston, Mass. Grand Guardian-Will A. Steidley, Leesville, La. Grand Messenger-W. L. Brown, Kingman, Kas. Membership Dec. 31, 1906, 1,709,533. Total paid for relief. 1830 to 1906 inclusive, $115,

111,919.11; expended for relief in 1906, $5,005, 753.37.

Beloit, Wis.; C. J. By.rns, Ishpeming, Mich. These, with the head consul and head clerk,

constitute the executive council of seven. Supreme Medical Directors-Dr. E. A. Smith, Rock

Island, Ill., chairman; Dr. E. L. Kerns, Rock

Island, Ill. ; Dr. B. E. Jones, Rock Island, Ill. Board of Auditors-L. W. Otto, Crawfordsville,

Ind.. chairman; E. B. Thomas, Columbus, O.; M. R. Carrier, Lansing, Mich.; Fred W. Parrott, Clay Center, Kas.; A. L. Reeves, Steeleville, Mo. Membership Sept. 1, 1907, not including social,

854,941. Death claims paid to Sept. 1, 1907, $61,848,000.83.

Home Office--Rock Island, ill. Next Head Camp Convenes-Peoria, Ill., June, 1908.

THE ROYAL LEAGUE.
Incorporated Oct. 26, 1883.

OFFICERS FOR 1907-1908.
Supreme Archon-W. E. Hyde, Chicago, Ill.
Supreme Vice-Archon-Thomas V. Dally, Milwau.

keie, Wis. Supreme Orator-H. P. Rountree, Chicago, Ill. Past Supreme Archon-C. E. Bonnell, Chicago, Ill. Supreme Scribe--C. E. Piper, 1601 Masonic Tem.

ple, Chicago, Ill. Supreme Treasurere Holmes Hoge, First National

bank, Chicago, Ill. Supreme Prelate-A. G. Brownlee, Denver, Col. Supreme Guide-John Green, Cleveland, O. Supreme Warder-John Weerts, St. Louis, Mo. Supreme Sentry-John B. Perry, Minneapolis, Minn. Membership Dec. 31, 1906, 31,000.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

SUPREME LODGE. Supreme Chancellor--Charles A. Barnes, Jackson

ville, Ill. Supreme Vice-Chancellor-Henry P. Brown, Cle

burne, Tex. Supreme Prelate-Leo A. Caro, Grand Rapids,

Mich. Supreme Keeper of Records and Seal-R. L. C.

White, Nashville, Tenn. Supreme Master of Exchequer-Thomas D. Mears,

Wilmington, N. C. Supreme Master at Arms-- Noble Binns, Trail, B. C. Supreme Inner Guard-S. H. Davis. D:vis, I. T. Major-General Military Department--Arthur J.

Stobbart, St. Paul, Minn. Board of Control, Insurance Department-Charles

E. Shively, Richmond, Ind.; Charles F. S. Neal. Manhattan building. Chicago; Zeno M. Host, Milwaukee, Wis.; Henry P. Brown, Cleburne, Tex. ; William Ladew, New York, N. Y.; Charles A. Barnes, Jacksonyille, Ill.: Stanley Adams, Louisville, Ky.; Thomas J. Carling, Macon, Ga. Officers: C. F. S. Neal, president; Carlos. S. Hardy, general counsel; Robert E. Spaulding, secretary; Zeno M. Host, general manager; Dr. George G..McConnell, medical examiner in chief: office, twelfth floor Manhattan building, Chicago,

Ill. Grand Chancellor of Illinois-Levin D. Goss, Dan

ville. Ill. Membership Jan. 1, 1907, 671,162. Total death claims paid by insurance department, $25,696,043.85. SELECT KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.

Organized 1881.

GRAND LEGION OFFICERS. Past Grand Commander-Adolph Pike, Chicago, Ill. Grand Commander-W. A. Schoenborn, Chicago, Ill. Grand Vice-Commander-F. Rote, Baraboo, Wis. Grand Lieutenant-Commander-A. J. Wagner, Chi

cago, Ill, Grand Recorder-Thomas C. Harris, 810 S. Cuyler

avenue, Oak Park. 111. Grand Treasurer-I. S. Fiellin, Chicago, Ill.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.

Organized June 6, 1890. Sovereign Commander-Joseph C. Root, Omaha,

Neb. Sovereign Adviser-W. A. Fraser, Dallas, Tex. Sovereign Clerk-John T. Yates, 211 W. 0. W.

building, Omaha, Neb. Sovereign Banker-Morris Sheppard, Texarkana,

Tex. Sovereign Escort-H. F. Simrall, Jr., Columbus,

Miss. Sovereign Watchman-B. W. Jewell, Omaha, Neh. Sovereign Sentry-Dr. E. Bradshaw, Little Rock,

Ark. Sovereign Physicians-Dr. A. D. Cloyd and Dr. Ira

W. Porter, Omaha, Neb. Sovereign Managers-N. B. Maxey, Muskogee,

1. T., chairman; E. B. Lewis, Kinston, N. C.; E. W. Campbell, Port Huron, Mich.; C. C. Farmer, Mount Carroll, Ill.; T. E. Patterson, Chattanooga, Tenn.; L. Q. Rawson, Cleveland,

0.; J. E. Fitzgerald, Kansas City, Mo. Headquarters-Omaha, Neb. Membership Sept. 1, 1907, 526,205. Losses paid from organization to Oct. 1, 1906,

$28,009, 834.40. Insurance in force. $675,560,300.00. Emergency and surplus, $5,358,738.63.

MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.

Founded in 1883.

HEAD OFFICERS 1905-1908. Head Consul-A. R. Talbot, Lincoln, Neb. Past Head Consul-W. A. Northcott, Springfield,

III. Head Adviser-Dan B. Horne, Davenport, Iowa. Head Clerk-C. W. Hawes, Rock Island, Ill. Head Banker--C. H. MeNider, Mason City, Iowa. General Attorneys-Benjamin D. Smith, Mankato,

Minn.; Truman Plantz, Warsaw, Ill. Editor-F. 0. Van Galder, Rock Island, ill. Head Chaplain-Rev. Henry N. Dunning, Albany.

N. Y. Head Escort-C. D. Elliott, Seattle, Wash. Head Watchman-George L. Bowman, Kingfisher,

Okla. Head Sentry-W. E. Beachley. Hagerstown, Md. Board of Directors--R. R. Smith, Brookfield, Mo.,

chairman; E. E. Murphy, Leavenworth, Kas.; George W. Reilly, Danville, Ill.; A. N. Bort,

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.

Officers of the Grand Ærie. Grand Worthy President-Theo. A. Bell, Napa, Ca! Past Grand Worthy President-Edward Krause,

Wilmington, Del. Grand Worthy Vice-President-B. J. Monaghan,

Philadelphia, Pa. Grand Worthy Chaplain-John A. Clinem, Cleve.

land, 0. Grand Secretary-Conrad H. Mann, Kansas City,

Mo. Grand Treasurer-Frank E. Hering, South Bend,

Ind. Grand Worthy Conductor-E. H. McBride, Buffalo,

N. Y. Grand Inside Guard-R. L. Armstrong, Fort Worth,

Tex. Grand Trustees--Thomas C. Hayes, Newark, N. J.;

W. McKinney, Saginaw, Mich.; D. N. Barrett, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Martin J. Gray, New Haven,

Conn. Membership-250,000.

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