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a century of life within the country itself," make it a most valuable
addition to one's library. As Dr. Barton says: "Not only did Dr.
Greene live within Turkey during the most critical and revolutionary
period of its modern history, but he was himself an important factor
in that history." There are four sections. The first gives a general
survey of Turkey. The second deals with the American missions.
The third with the educational system, and the first chapter of this
section tells of the high schools and colleges for girls. Dr. Greene
gives tributes of high appreciation to Miss Seymour, Miss Bush,
the Ely Sisters, and Miss Corinna Shattuck. In the fourth section
Dr. Greene deals with the satisfactions of the missionary career,
the missionary motive and missionary methods, and one chapter
is given to personal reminiscences. In the changes that are going
on in Turkey this book is of unusual interest and value.



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Receipts



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Receipts October 1-18, 1916
Miss Sarah Louise Day, Treasurer



Friend, 20; Friend, 15,



35 00



Western Maine Branch. — Miss Annie F.
Bailey, Treas., 132 Chadwick St.,
Portland. Legacy of Hannah H.
Fenn, 100; Off. at York Assoc. Meet.,
3.5C; Auburn, Sixth St. Ch., Miss.
Club, 5, West Ch., 3; Baldwin, East,
S. S., 1.15; Berwick, North Ch.,
74.50; Brid^ton, South, Ladies' Cir.,
5; Brunswick, Jr. Soc, 2; Cape
Elizabeth, Spurwink Ch., Aux., 12;
Deering Center, Aux., 50 cts.; Farm-
ington. Prim. S. S., 4; Hallowell,
Aux., 5; Lovell, Ch., 3; North New
Portland, C. E. Soc, 1; Portland,
State St. Ch., Aux., 5; Skowhegan,
Island Ave. Ch., Aux., 13; Vassal-
boro, C. E. Soc, 10; Winslow, Aux. ,
10, C. E. Soc, 5, 262 65

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire Branch. — Mrs. W. L.
Fickett, Treas., 120 North State St.
Concord. Loyal N. H. Friend, 2
Antrim, Mrs. C. F. Waterhouse, 1
Manchester, Franklin St. Ch., Aux.,
150; Milton, First Ch., 1.05; Ports-
mouth, Mrs. E. P. Kimball, 500, 654 05



Jafrey. — Miss Alice E. Cutter, by Mrs.

Emma M. Mitchell, Mrs. Caroline H.

Cutter, Extrx., 447 50

Manchester. — Miss Isabella G. Mack, by

Burton W. Buck, Extr., less inheritance

tax, 950 00



Total,



1,397 50



Vermont Branch. — Miss May E. Manley,
Treas., Box 13, Pittsford. Arlington,
East, Ch., 6.90; Bellows Falls, Camp
Fire Girls, 5; Bennington, Second Ch.,
S. S., 3.86; Burlington, First Ch.,
Prim. S. S., 5; Castleton, C. E. Soc,
3; Dorset, Aux., 9; East Berkshire,
First Ch., S. S., 5; Greensboro, Aux.,
7; Middletown Springs (prev. contri.
to const. L. M. Mrs. Edward L.
Prindle); St. Johnsbury, North Ch.,
C. R., 7; Westminster, Aux., 5;
Woodstock, Aux., 2, S. S., 7, 65 76



Barnet. — Caroline Holmes, from sale of
securities received from Extr. and
interest, 1,050 81



MASSACHUSETTS

Member of Executive Committee, 25 00

Andover and Wohurn Branch. — Mrs.
Henry A. Smith, Treas., 12 Belmont
St., Lowell. Andover, Free Ch., Aux.,
30.75, South Ch., Home Dept. S. S.,
25; Billerica, Aux., 15; Chelmsford,
Aux., 25; Dracut, Center Ch., Aux.,
17, Earnest Workers, 3, Prim. Dept.
S. S., 5; Lawrence, Trinity Ch., Aux.,
29.65; Lexington, Mary E. Newell,
10; Lowell, First Ch., Aux., 110,
High St. Ch., C. R., 5.33, Highland
Ch., Mrs. C. G. Buttrick, 25, Miss
Helen Buttrick, 25, Kirk St. Ch., Aux.
(50 of wh. to const. L. M.'s Mrs.
Mary S. Lathrop, Mrs. Janet H.
Lyman), 62.50, Pawtucket Ch., Aux.,
25, Trinitarian Ch., Aux., 21; Med-
ford. Mystic Ch., Aux., 104.13; Mel-
rose. Aux., 85; Methuen, First Ch.,
Aux., 28, Prim. Dept., 13..50; Reading,
Ch., 45.76, Aux., 246.48, Mary Chilton
Colony, 5, Light Bearers, 4, C. R.,
23.76; Tewksbury, 8; Wakefield,
Mrs. S. K. Hamilton, 25, Aux., 40,
Mary Famham Bliss Soc, 15; Win-
chester, First Ch., Aux., 106; Woburn,
First Ch., 90, Aux., 100, 1,373 86

Barnstable Association. — Miss Carrie E.
Mitchell, Treas., South Dennis. Mrs.
Freeman E. Snow and Ladies, 5; Har-
wichport, Aux., 10, 15 00

Berkshire Branch.- — Miss Mabel A. Rice,
Treas., 118 Bradford St., Pittsfield.
Adams, Aux., 3.50; Canaan, Aux., 10;
Dalton, Aux., 5; Hinsdale, Aux., 6.50;
Housatonic, Aux., 23.50; Interlaken,
Aux., 5; Lee, First Aux., 28.50;
Middlefield, Aux., 10; Monterey,
Aux., 14; New Marlboro, Aux., 2.25;
North Adams, Aux., 83; Pittsfield,
First Ch., Aux., 25, South Ch., Aux.,
18.65, Dorcas CI., 2; Southfield, Ch.,
3.86; Stockbridge, Aux.,25; Williams-
town, Aux., 42. Less expenses, 3.60, 304 16

Brookline.—Mxs. G. W. Mehaffey, 5 00

Essex North Branch. — Mrs. Leonard
Noyes, _ Treas., 15 Columbus Ave.,
Haverhill. Newburyport, Belleville
Ch., 18.98, C. E. Soc, 5, 23 98

Essex South Branch. — Miss Daisy Ray-
mond, Treas., 120 Balch St., Beverly.
Lynn, Central Ch., S. S., 17 53

Franklin County Braiich. — Miss J. Kate
Oakman, Treas., 473 Main St., Green-
field. Conway, Aux., 1; Greenfield,
Second Ch., Aux., 10.18; Montague,
Aux., 4; Northfield, Evening Aux.,
20.32, 35 50

Hampshire County Branch.— Miss Harriet
J. Kneeland, 8 Paradise Road, North-
ampton. Enfield, Aux. (50 of wh. to
const. L. M.'s Mrs. Walter Bliss, Mrs.



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George R. Hewett), 90; Greenwich,
Aux. (prev. contri. const. L. M. Mrs.
Amelia M. Root); Hadley, Ladies'
Miss. Soc, Int. Randall Fund, 25.40;
Hatfield, Aux., 62.85; Northampton,
Smith College, Assoc, for Christian
Work, 45, Edwards Ch., Aux., 51.50,
C. E. Soc, 7.30; South Hadley, Mt.
Holyoke College, Y. W. C. A., 650, 932 05
Middlesex Branch. — Mrs. Frederick L.
Claflin, Treas., 15 Park St., Marlboro.
Dover, Aux., L. M. C, 10; Framing-
ham, Grace Ch., Pro Christo GuUd,
6.08, Plymouth Ch., Schneider Band
and C. R., 30; Lincoln, Aux., 50,
M. C, 15, C. R., 5; Marlboro, Aux.,
53, Prim. Dept. and C. R., 12; Natick,
Aux., 58.43; Sherborn, Aux., 15,
Southboro, Aux., 24, 278 51

Norfolk and Pilgrim Branch. — Mrs. Mark
McCully, Treas., 115 Warren Ave.,
Mattapan. Abington, Aux., 25;
Braintree, First Ch., Aux., 5,
Daughters in mem. of Mary Cary
Keith, 50, Mrs. Marcus Urann, in
mem. of her mother Mrs. Emma
Lincoln Copeland, 5; Braintree,
South, Aux., 15; Bridgewater, Scot-
land Ch., 1.30; Campello, South Ch.,
Aux., 16; Carver, North, Mrs. Theron
M. Cole, 2; Hanover Center, First
Ch., Ladies' Aid Soc, 5; Marshfield,
Aux., 1.60, M. C, 3.25, C. R., 75 cts.;
Milton, C. E. Soc, 2; Milton, East,
Aux., 10; Plymouth, Ch. of the Pil-
grimage, Aux., 36.50; Quincy, Beth-
any Ch., 20.04; Quincy Point,
Washington St. Ch., Woman's Miss.
Soc, 2; Rockland, Aux., 10.15;
Sharon, Aux. (Len. Off., 1.25), 6.25;
Weymouth, East, Aux., 25; Wey-
mouth, South, Old South Ch., Aux.,
13.50; Union Ch., Aux., 20; Whitman,
Ch., 18.32, Aux., 10; WoUaston, Aux.,
17, Park and Downs Ch., Aux., 25, 345 66
North Middlesex Branch. — Miss Julia S.
Conant, Treas., Littleton Common.
Refunded traveling expenses, Mrs.
F. G. Cook, 1.25, Miss E. O. Nichols,
2; Ashby, Aux., 25, C. R., 1.80; Con-
cord, Aux., 25, Mary Shepard Watch-
ers, 5; Dunstable, Aux., 10; Fitch-
burg, C. C. Ch., Aux., 125; Harvard,
Aux., 10; Townsend, Aux., 32, Wide
Awake Club, 3.50, C. R., 2, Nokomis
Club, 1, Jr. C. E. Soc, 50 cts., S. S.,
Prim. CI., 1; Westford, Aux., 39, 284 05

Old Colony Branch. — Mrs. Howard
Lothrop, Treas., 3320 North Main
St., Fall River. Off. at Branch Meet.,
12; Friend, 2.50; Assonet, Aux.,
40.61; Attleboro, Aux., 21.25, Second
Ch., M. C, 72, C. R., 28.75; Attleboro
Falls, Aux., 22; Edgartown, Aux.,
4.75; Fairhaven, C. R., 1.80; Fall
River, Aux., 210, Central Ch.,
Friends, 6, First Ch., 163.15, Friends,
120, Pilgrim Ch., 1.50; Middleboro,
Aux., 129.31; Middleboro, North,
Aux., 6; New Bedford, Aux., 140;
Rehoboth, Aux., 20, Elizabeth Pierce
M. B., 1.20, C. R., 5; Taunton, Aux.
(Broadway Ch., 79.62, East Ch., 1,



Union Ch., 4, Winslow Ch., 48),
132.62, Broadway Ch., Friends, 15,
Winslow Ch., Friends, 6. Less ex-
penses, 13.15, 1,147 29

South Hadley.— M-t. Holyoke College, Y.

W. C. A. 377 50

Springfield Branch. — Mrs. Mary H.
Mitchell, Treas., 1078 Worthington
St., Springfield. Int. Permanent
Fund, 22; Agawam, Aux., 40; Blan-
ford. First Ch., 18, S. S., 10; Brimfield,
Aux., 9; Chester, Second Ch., Aux.,
5.50; Chicopee, First Ch., Aux., 13.50,
Extra-Cent-a-Week Band, 10.50,
Young Pilgrim's Band, 5, Third Ch.,
Aux., 50, Miss Ella M. Gay lord, 100;
Chicopee Falls, Second Ch., Aux.,
54.50, Dorcas Soc, 15; Feeding Hills,
Aux., 30; Hampden, Aux., 16.75;
Holyoke, Second Ch., Aux., 603.06,
S. S., Jr. Dept., 5; Huntington, Aux.,
11; Longmeadow, First Ch., Woman's
Benev. Soc, 64, Two Members of C.
R., 1.60; Longmeadow, East, Aux., 32;
Ludlow, Union Ch., Aux., 35; Ludlow
Center, Atix., 14; Monson, Miss
Esther R. Holmes, 50, Aux., 91, S. S.,
Home Dept., 10; North Wilbraham,
Grace Union Ch., Aux., 25, C. E. Soc,
5; Palmer, First Ch., Mrs. H. E. W.
Clark, 1, Second Ch., Aux., 22.50, S.
S., Jr. Dept., 16.79; Springfield,
Faith Ch., Ladies' Aid Soc, 5, First
Ch., Woman's Assoc, Miss Mary K.
Stevens, 40, Hope Ch., Aux., 13, In-
ter. C. E. Soc, 5, C. R., 7, Memorial
Ch., Woman's Guild (200 of wh. to
const. L. M.'s Mrs. A. H. Benjamin,
Mrs. J. H. Chadwick, Miss Ruth
Haynes, Mrs. E. F. Leonard, Mrs.
A. B. Miller, Mrs. F. K. Rood, Mrs.
M. J. Thomson, Mrs. Annette Wood-
bury), 249.90, S. S. (prev. contri.
const. L. M. Miss Maude Atwater),
C. R., 5.10, North Ch., Aux. (25 of wh.
to const. L. M. Mrs. Watson S. Ives),
43, Olivet Ch., Aux., 26.40, Golden
Link Aux., 40, Park Ch., 11, Aux., 64,
Jr. C. E. Soc, 5, South Ch., Aux. (50
of wh. to const. L. M.'s Mrs. Edward
A. Appleton, Miss Katharine C.
Atwater), 120.69, St. John's Ch.,
Ladies' Aid Soc, 5; Westfield, First
Ch., Aux., 374, Light Bearers, 5,
Second Ch., Aux., 29.50, S. S., 12.50,
Prim. Dept., 3; West Springfield,
First Ch., Aux. (25 of wh. to const.
L. M. Miss Mary P. Kinner), 40, 2,490 79
Suffolk Branch. — Miss Margaret D.
Adams, 1908 Beacon St., Brookline.
Mrs. William M. Martin, 675; Mrs.
E. S. Tead, 10; Arlington, Miss Alice
M. Fox, 10; Auburndale, Mrs. Joseph
Cook, 10, Mrs. E. E. Strong, Miss
A. C. Strong, 20, Aux., 25; Boston,
Friends, 70, Mrs. A. F. Bemis, 50,
Mrs. Lydia M. Delano, 5, Miss
Elizabeth G. Houghton, 100, Mrs.
W. H. McElwain, 100, Central Ch.,
Aux., 113, Miss. Study Cir., 61.40,
Old South Ch., Aux., 100, Park St.
Ch., Aux., 100; Boston, East, Baker
Ch., Aux., 6.75; Brighton, Aux.,



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102.05; Brookline, Mrs. George A.
Hall, 100, Miss Harriet E. Richards,
2.5, Harvard Ch., Woman's Guild,
Sr. For. Miss. Dept.,21, Leyden Ch.,
Woman's Union, 21.94; Cambridge,
First Ch., Aux., 202.80, Pilgrim Ch.,
19.74, W^oman's Miss. Soc. 11, Wood
Memorial Ch., 10, Woman's Miss.
Soc, Len. Off., 8.40, C. R., 4.40;
Charlestown, First Ch., Aux., 25;
Dorchester, Pilgrim Ch., Woman's
Soc, 23, Second Ch., Y. L. M. S., 85;
Everett, Mystic Side Ch., Ladies' Aid
Soc, 15; Foxboro, Bethany Ch.,
Woman's Union, 35; Franklin, Mary
Waifield Miss. Soc, 20; Jamaica
Plain, Boylston Ch., Aux., 5, Central
Ch., Aux., 150; Mansfield, Woman's
Union, IC; Newton, Eliot Ch.,
Woman's Assoc, 200, Mrs. Frank
Day, 300; Newton Centre, First Ch.,
Woman's Benev. and Ch. Aid Soc,
70, Mrs. Van Law, 5; Newton High-
lands, Woman's Ch. Aid and Miss.
Soc, .59.86; Roxbury, Ehot Ch., Aux.,
25, Imm. -Walnut Ave. Ch., For.
Dept., 54.66; Roxbury, W'est,
Woman's Union, 10; Somerville,
Broadway Ch., Aux., 17.47; Somer-
ville, West, Miss. Soc, 45; Waltham,
W. F. M. S., 55; Wellesley Hills, Aux.,
100; Winthrop, Union Ch., W^oman's
Miss. Soc, 5, 3,297 47

Worcester Country Branch. — Miss Sara
T. Southwick, Treas., 144 Pleasant
St., Worcester. Athol, Aux. (25 of
wh. to const. L. M. Mrs. C. 0. Fames),
45, C. E. Soc, 7, C. R., 1; Charlton,
Aux., 10; Clinton, Aux., 121.76, Pro
Christo Bible CI., 15; Dudlev, Aux.,
32.55, Light Bearers, 6.42, C. R., 5.05;
East Douglas, Aux., 35.46; Fisherville,
Aux., 28; Gardner, Aux., 100, Willing
Workers, 5; Grafton, Aux., 74, Good
Shepherd Club, 1.5C, Light Bearers,
1.50; Holden, Aux., 29, C. E. Soc,
5; Hard wick, Aux., 27; Hubbardston,
Aux., 17; Lancaster, Aux., 38, C. E.
Soc, 3; Leicester, Aux., 120, C. R.,
1.75; Leominster, Au.x., 85, Pro
Christo Soc, 10; Millbury, First Ch.,
Miss. Study CI., 35, Second Ch.,
Woman's Assoc, 63.50; North Brook-
field, Aux., 20, Prim, and Kinder. S.
S., 2; Oxford, Aux. (to const. L. M.
Mrs. Harriet S. Sherman), 25; Peters-
ham, C. E. Soc, 10; Princeton, Aux.,
45; Royalston, Aux., 22.50; Shrews-
bury, Aux., 82, C. E. Soc, 5, S. S.,
Elem. Dept., 5, King's Dau., Jr. Cir.,
2; South Royalston, Friend, 5;
Spencer, Aux., 150, C. R., 9.62; Stur-
bridge. First Ch., 7.87, Aux., 17;
Templeton. Aux., 10.75, C. E. Soc,
15.50, S. S., Jr. Dept., 5; Uxbridge,
Tea Cup Club, 21; Webster, Aux.,
60, Queens of Avalon, 10, S. S., Jr.
Dept., 18.50, Prim. Dept., 10, Willing
Workers M. B., 2; Westboro, Aux.,
12, S. S., Prim. Dept., 5; West Boyl-
ston, Aux., 11.50, Mrs. Hoit's S. S. CI.,
3; West Brookfield, Aux., 20.50;
Whitinsville, Jr. C. E. Soc, 5;



W^inchendon, Aux., 5.18, Scatter Sun-
shine Cir., 5; Worcester, Friend, 5,
Adams Sq. Ch., Aux., 51, Bethany
Ch., Aux., 26, Camp Fire Girls, 5,
Blue Birds. 5, C. R., 3.25, Lake View
Ch., Aux., 10, Park Ch., Aux., 20, Pied-
mont Ch., 216, Woman's Assoc, 4C0,
Pilgrim Ch., Jr. C. E. Soc, 5, Little
Light Bearers, 9.64, Plymouth Ch.,
Woman's Assoc, 25, Jr. C. E. Soc, 4;
South End Churches Food Sale,
37.01, 2,373 31



Total,



13,326 66



LEGACIES

Dorchester. — Frank Wood, by Lilhan
Neale Bradway, R. F. Herrick, Extrs.,
less inheritance tax, add'l, 76 30

Springfield. — Mrs. H. Frances Hall, bv

Robert S. Kneeland, Extr., add'l, 1,500 00



Total,



1,576 30



RHODE, ISLAND

Rhode Island Branch. — Miss Grace P.
Chapin, Treas., 150 Meeting St.,
Providence. "H," 10; Barrington,
Aux., 64; Central Falls, C, R., 5;
East Providence, Newman Ch., Mrs.
Mary I. Curtis, 6, Aux. (5C of wh. to
const. L. M.'s Mrs. Agnes Pond, Mrs.
Christine J. Walker), 65.08, C. E. Soc,
5, Dau. of Cov., 14, Jubilee Dau. of
Cov., 7.50, Helping Hand Soc, 5,
Jr. Endeavor M. B., 10, S. S., Jr. Dept.,
5.50, Prim. Dept., 3, Beginners' Dept.,
3; Kingston, Aux., 66.62, Little RestM.
B., 35; Pawtucket, Park Place Ch.,
Aux., 205, Pawtucket Ch., W'omen's
Guild (150 of wh. to const. L. M.'s
Mrs. James P. Graham, Miss Florence
Livingstone, Miss Lydia Paine, Miss
Angle Reynolds, Mrs. Samuel B.
Slack, Miss Olive Taber), 413, F. O. C.
Club, 25, Happv Workers, 60, S. S.,
42, C. R., 10, Smithfield Ave. Ch.,
S. S., Prim. Dept., 8, Kinder. Dept.,
3.55, C. R., 6.20; Providence, Benefi-
cent Ch., Mrs. M. L. Brayton, 5,
Miss Grace P. Chapin, 25, Women's
Guild (100 of wh. to const. L. M.'s
Mrs. George H. Capron, Mrs. Leroy
S. Grant, Mrs. John McCausland,
Miss Emma A. Taft), 500, Free Ch.,
W^omen's Guild, 25, Plymouth Ch.,
Aux., 30.50, Girls' League, 10, Union
Ch., Women's Guild, 250; River-
point, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clarke,
10. Amy B. Clarke Mem. Cir., 10,
Prim. Dept. S. S., 10; Saylesville,
Aux., 50; Woonsocket, Gloke Ch.,
S. S., 18..52, 2,021 47

CONNECTICUT

Eastern Connecticut Branch. — Miss Anna
C. Learned, Treas., 255 Hempstead
St., New London. Gilman Fund, 25;
Canterbury, Ch., 5; Colchester, Aux.,
5.30; Groton, C. E. Soc, 5; New
London, First Ch., Aux., .39.50, Prim.
S. S. CI., 10; Norwich, Broadway Ch.,



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Aux., 38.40, First Ch., Lathrop
Memorial Aux., Th. Off., 16.55, Jr.
C. E. Soc, 8, Second Ch., Aux., 25;
Putnam, Aux., Member, 50; Windham,
Aux., 2.70, 230 45

Hartford Branch. — Mrs. Sidney W. Clark
Treas., 40 Willard St., Hartford.
Branch OflBcer, 10; Bristol, Com-
munity Club, 8; Glastonbury, Aux.,
100; Hartford, First Ch., Aux., 25,
Fourth Ch., Dau. of Cov., 25;
Hockanum, Ladies' Aid Soc, 5; New
Britain, South Ch., W. F. M. S., 32, 205 00

New Haven BraiKk. — Miss Edith
Woolsey, Treas., 250 Church St., New
Haven. Int. on deposit for Inanda,
28.29; Int. on invested funds, 20;
Friend, 400; Friend, 130; Friend,
50; Bridgeport, Friends, 200; Bridge-
water, Aux., 30; Cheshire, Aux., 43;
East Litchfield, C. E. Soc, 5; Essex,
Mrs. Frances J. Tiffany, 800; Fair-
field Co. Meet., Th. Off., 19.54;
Goshen, C. E. Soc, 25, Jr. C. E. Soc,
6; Higganum, Prim. S. S., 5.59;
Ivoryton, Aux., 5; Litchfield, Aux.,
3.50; Madison, Aux., 113.11; Middle-
town, First Ch., Aux., 14.71; New
Canaan, Aux. (prev. contri. const.
L. M.'s Mrs. J. Howard Hoyt, Mrs.
J. F. SilUman); New Haven, Mrs.
W. M. Parsons, 100; New Milford,
Aux., 84; North Stamford, Aux., 1;
North Woodbury, C. E. Soc, 15;
Saybrook, Ch., 7.47; Stratford, Aux.,
65; Washington, Aux., 5.30; C. R.,
58.90; West Cornwall, C. E. Soc, 15;
Winchester, Aux., 10; Winsted, First
Ch., Aux., 20.80, 2,281 21



Total,



2,716 66



LEGACIES

Farminglon. — Sarah J. Thompson, From
sale of securities received from Extr.,
add'l, 393 45

W ether sfield. — Jane C. Francis, From
sale of securities received from Extr.
and interest, add'l, 1,899 75



Total,



2,293 20



NEW YORK

Matured Conditional Gift, 100 00

New York Stale Branch. — Mrs. F. M.
Turner, Treas., 646 St. Mark's Ave.,
Brooklyn. Int. on deposits for Foo-
chow Hospital, 474.27; New Canaan,
Co»re.,Mrs. Walter Wood, 100; Brook-
lyn, Mrs. Walter McDougall, 100;
Woodside, Miss Clara L. Blake, 4.40, 678 67



Total, 778 67

PHILADELPHIA BRANCH

Philadelphia Branch. — Miss Martha N.
Hooper, 1475 Columbia Road, Wash-
ington, D. C. Mrs. Edward S.
Campbell, 10; Mrs Hildegard How-
ard, 5; Mrs. R. C. Jenkinson, 5; '
Misses Richards, 5; D. C, Washing-
ton, First Ch., Aux., 113.28, Miss.



Club, 55, Ingram Mem. Ch., Aux.,
8.72, Lincoln Temple, Aux., 10, Mt.
Pleasant Ch., Aux., 178, League of
Service, 10, People's Ch., Aux., 10,
C. E. Soc, 3, Plymouth Ch., Aux.,
5; Fla., Cocoanut Grove, Aux., 5;
Daytona, Aux., 10; Sanford, Aux.,
8; St. Petersburg, Aux., 19; Md.,
Baltimore, Associate Ch., Aux., 12;
N. J., Bound Brook, Aux., 20;
Chatham, Aux., 46; Chester, Aux.,
5; Closter, Aux., 25; Cresskill, Aux.,
30; East Orange, Trinity Ch., Aux.,
27.30; Jersey City, First Ch., Aux.,
75; Montclair, First Ch., Aux., 115,
Pilgrim Ch., Aux., 5; Newark,
Belleville Ave. Ch., Aux., 28.51,
Y. W. Aux., 4, C. E. Soc, 6.49;
Nutley, Aux., 35; Orange, Orange
Valley Ch., Aux., 96, Y. W. Soc,
10.20; Passaic, Aux., 50; Paterson,
Aux., 48.66, M. B., 10; Plainfield,
Aux., 59; Upper Montclair, Howard
Bliss M. B., 60; Verona, Aux., 15;
Westfield, Aux., 171; Woodbridge,
Aux., 53; Pa., Germantown, First
Ch., Aux., 17, C. E. Soc, 2, Neesima
Guild, 2; Meadville, Park Ch., Aux.,
15.50; Philadelphia, Central Ch.,
Aux. (with prev. contri. to const.
L. M. Mrs. Helen A. Maxwell), 16;
Spring Creek, Aux., 2.50; West Spring
Creek, 50 cts.; Va., Herndon, Aux.,
13. Less expenses, 110.66, 1,425 00

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington. — Pilgrim Ch., Gift for

Seymour Memorial, 1,788 14



AFRICA

Inanda. — Miss Fidelia Phelps,



Donations,

Ma.tured Conditional Gift,

Buildings,

Specials,

Legacies,



Total,



10 00



17,380 64

100 00

5,553 16

50 36

6,317 81

29,401 87



GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY GIFT

Previously reported, 162,205 29

Receipts of the month, 5,213 25



Total,



167,418 54



Income of Designated Funds
October 18, 1915, to October 18, 1916

MARY H. DAVIS FUND

Income for Girls' School, Ahmednagar, 40 00

MARY H. DAVIS HOSPITAL FUND

Income for Hospital, Ahmednagar, 40 50

MARTHA S. POMEROY FUND

Income for Girls' Boarding School,

Aintab 20 00

JULIET DOUGLAS FUND

Income for Girls' School, Uduppiddi,

Ceylon, 200 00

LAURA L. SCOFIELD FUND

Income for General Work, 282 70



igie]



Receipts



571



MRS. W. r. STEARNS MEMORIAL FUND

Income for Scholarship, Girls' School,

Ahmednagar, 20 00

MRS. JANE PALMER MEMORLiL FUND

Income for Village Schools, India, 12 78

EWELL FUND

Income for Day School, Spain, 32 84

SUSAN RHODA CUTLER FUND

Income for General Work, 20 50

RETIRED MISSIONARY ALLOWANCE FUND

Income for support of disabled Mission-
aries, 41 50

MARY C. WIGGIN FUND



Income for Designated Work,



253 60



MARY E. WILDE FUND

Income for Current Expenses, 1,200 24



Income



SUNDRY FUNDS



Total,



203 78
2,368.44



HOMER N. LOCKWOOD FUND

Bequest of Homer N. Lockwood, Wash-
ington, D. C. Income to be used for
Scholarships, Barcelona, 2,500 00

DR. D. M. B. THOM SCHOLARSHIP

Gifts received through Miss Agnes
Fenenga, 1234.60. Gifts collected
by Dr. D. M. B. Thom, $377.33. In-
come to be used for Scholarships,
Girls' High School, Mardin, 611 93

JUBILEE EXPENSE ACCOUNT

Receipts to date, 725 00



Woman's Board for the Pacific



Receipts for September and October, 1916
Mrs. W. W. Ferrier, Treasurer, 2716 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley, Cal.



CALIFORNIA

Northern California Branch. — Mrs. Arthur
W. Moore, Treas. 415 Pacific Ave.,
Oakland. Berkeley, First, 47, C. R.,
4.97; Bowles, 1.12; Collections at
annual meetings, 91.38; Kenwood,
1.95; Oakland, First, 70, Plymouth,
54, Pilgrim C. R., 2.25, Olivet, 1.10;
Oroville, 5; Paradise, 1.25; San
Francisco, First, C. R., 1.25; San
Rafael, 2.50; Santa Cruz, 15; Sonoma,
6.25, 305 02

Southern California BrancJi. — Miss Emily
Barrett, Treas. 178 Center St., Pasa-
dena. Avalon, 5.89; Chula Vista,
15; Corona, 10; Glendale, 5; High-
land S. S., 5; Long Beach, 25; Los
Angeles, Colegrove S. S., 21.42, First,
167.38; Ontario,26,S.S., 10.19; Pasa-
dena, First S. S., 135.14, Int. C. E., 10,
Lake Ave., 30, West Side, 30, Mrs.
Atkinson's Class, 5; Prescott, Arizona,
25; Santa Barb.ara, 20.40; San Diego,



Logan Heights, 10; San Jacinto, 32;
Ventura, 4.75; Whittier, 37.50, 630 67



Oregon Branch. — Mrs. A. L. Cake,
Treas., 421 West Park St., Portland.
Corvallis, 3.30; Forest Grove, 30.63;
Sunnyside, 17.46; Portland, First,
37, 88 39

IDAHO

Idaho Branch. — Mrs. S. N. Travis,
Treas., Weiser. Caldwell, Pilgrim, 1,
Central Park, 1; Bruneau, 5, 7 00

WASHINGTON

(for September only)
Washington Branch. — Miss Estelle
Roberts, Treas., 1121 22d Ave., Seattle.
Arlington, 2.30; Genesee, Idaho, 50
cts; North Yakima, Ahtanum. 10;
Pasco, 1.90; Seattle, Fauntleroy. 2.57,
Keystone, 4.80; Special, 10, 32 07



572



Life and Light



[December



Woman's Board of Missions
Treasurer's Report

Receipts for the Year Ending October 18, 1910

Balance to the credit of the W. B. M., October 18, 1915

For buildings in addition to special deposits S24.o.j

Specified gifts and legacy not available for general appropriations . 1,532.64

For appropriations for 1916 1^1'^^^ »125,655.53

Contributions

For regular work $129,135.26

Matured Conditional Gift 100.00

Gifts for buildings 49,278.43

Gifts for special objects 3,000.28 $181,513.97

*T ps-nries , ......... 26,728.12

Interest Account . : _1'!^^1 3^^^!

Total, $342,270.79



EXPENDITURE.S FOR THE S.-iME TiME



Missionary Work

Appropriations for the' Field for 1916

For detained missionaries ....

Additional appropriations

Appropriations for buildings ....
Gedik Pasha Loan, payment on account . _ .
Outfits and traveling expenses of missionaries
Allowances and grants to missionaries on furlough
Allowances and grants to retired missionaries
Gifts for special objects



Home Expenditures
Administration
Promotion . . . .
Publications

Life and Light .

Here and There Stories

Literature

Annual Report



Balance to the credit of the W. B. M., October 18, 1916
Not available for general appropriations

Gifts for buildings

Other gifts



$119,924.77
2,319.60



$2,075.91

465.10

1,166.17

639.53



$122,244.37

5,199.22
45,841.08

1,000.00
12,906.84

5,725.90

4,625.92

3,000.28 $200,543.61



$12,856.65
1,417.39



4,346.71 18,620.75



$3,865.90
896.64



Available for work of 1917



Total,



Si,762..54

118,343.89 123,106.43
$342,270.79



'LEGACIES

The amount of legacies available for 1915-16 was computed in the following way
Total amount of legacies received in 1915-16
One-third of the same available for 1915-16 .

One-third of 1913-14 legacies

One-third of 1914-15 legacies

Income of Reserve Legacy Fund



$7,648.80

12,224 55

5,779.46

1,076.33



Less expenses in connection with legacies
Total of legacy receipts as reported .



$26,72914

r.02



$22,946.40



$26,728.12



INDEX TO VOLUME XLVI.

1916



Woman's Board of Missions.



AFRICA— Letters from Miss Minnie Clark, 23,
272, Mrs. Cowles, 402, 549, Miss Kielland,81,
Miss Price, 79, Miss Minnie Tontz, 274; Step


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