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The Leading American
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W. Atlee Burpee & Co.
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HENRY F. COPE. This book is a thorough study of the whole subject and is a positive contribution to the Laymen's Movement in our churches, and toward the utilization of all forces in our church life. It should be in the hands of every intelligent layman in our churches. Price, $1.00 net.

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THE ASSEMBLY HERALD

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
A. W. HALSEY, D.D., JOHN Dixon, D.D., WILLIAM H. Scott, Committee.

CONTENTS FOR JANUARY, 1912

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OUR CHURCH, ITS BOARDS AND OFFICERS

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

Alexander Henry, D.D. Bus. Sup., and Treas., Frank

M. Braselmann.

Ofice, Room 515, Witherspoon Bldg., 1319 Walnut

Street, Phila., Pa. Moderalor, Rev. John F. Carson, The Board of Church Erection.-Office, 156 Fifth Ave.

D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Slated Clerk, Rev. William N. Y. Secretary, Duncan J. McMillan, D.D. Treasurer,

Henry Roberts, D.D., 1319 Walnut Street, Phila., Pa. Mr. Adam Campbell.

The Board of Home Missions.-Office, 156 Fifth Ave., The Board of Ministerial Relief.-Office, 1319 Walnut

N. Y., N. Y. Secretaries, Charles L. Thompson, D.D., Street, Phila., Pa. Secretary, Rev. Benjamin L. Agnew,

LL.D. Associates, John Dixon, D.D., Mr. Joseph D.D., LL.D. Treasurer, William W. Heberton, D.D.

Ernest McAfee. Treasurer, Mr. Harvey C. Olin. The Board for Freedmen.-Office, 513 Bessemer Bldg.,

The Board of Foreign Missions.-Office, 156 Fifth Pittsburgh, Pa. Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. Edward

Ave., N. Y., Secretaries, A. Woodruff Halsey, D.D., P. Cowan, D.D. Associate Rev. John M. Gaston.

Mr. Robert E. Speer, Arthur J. Brown, D.D., and

The College Board.–Office, 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y., N. Y.

Stanley White, D.D. Treasurer, Mr. Dwight H. Day.

Sec. Robert Mackenzie, D.D., LL.D. Office Sec. and

The Board of Education. Office, 1319 Walnut Street, Ass. Treas. Rev. G. R. Brauer, to whom all remittances

Phila., Pa. Secretary. Rev. Joseph Wilson Cochran, should be sent.

D.D. Treasurer, Mr. Jacob Wilson.

Permanent Committee on Temperance. Office,

The Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work 72 Conestoga Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. Secretary and

-Office, Witherspoon Bldg., Phila., Pa. Secretary, Rev. Treasurer, John F. Hill, D.D.

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THE

ASSEMBLY HERALD

The Magazine of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A.

JANUARY, 1912

The Assembly Herald
PRESENTS its New Year greetings with

the hope that each number of 1912 will
bring inspiration and help to all subscribers
and readers who are engaged in the work of
the Kingdom. During the year it will give
as it were photographs of the different agen-
cies of the church, and will endeavor to
make them so realistic that each reader will
comprehend at once the cause appealing for
recognition, and at the same time it will aim
so to blend them all that

the picture will be a composite the different Boards appearing but as one in the realization in an earthly sense of "a glorious church."

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