to St. Ann's, Lowell. At present he is Honorary Assistant at All Saints' Memorial Church, Providence, R.I.
THE REV. DANIEL DULANY ADDISON
The Rev. Daniel Dulany Addison, who was an assistant in Christ Church from 1886-1888, leaving to go to Beverly, Mass., is now rector at All Saints', Brookline where he went in 1894. He married Miss Julia Gibbs; a niece of Mrs. John Cotton Brooks. In 1904 he was made Knight Commander, Order African Redemption, by the Republic of Liberia. He is the author of several books, "Lucy Larcem: Life, Letters and Diary," 1892, "Life of Bishop Bass," 1897, "The Clergy in American Life and Letters," 1900 and "The Episcopalians," 190+. He is now registrar of the Diocese of Massachusetts.
THE REV. NEWTON BLACK
The Rev. Newton Black, who was curate in Christ Church during the rectorship of the Rev. John Cotton Brooks, is now rector of the Church of the Ascension, Cambridge, Mass. He will be remembered for the splendid work with boys which he carried on while rector of Grace Church, Chicopee. He has also been rector of Christ Church, Needham Heights, Mass.
THE REV. WM. EDWARD HAYES
The Rev. Wm. Edward Hayes, who took his B. A. (1887) at Hobart and graduated from the Episcopal Theological School in 1891, was assistant at Christ Church from 1889-1892. He is now canon at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.
THE REV. EDWARD LINCOLN ATKINSON
The Rev. Edward Lincoln Atkinson was born in Reading, Mass., May 23,1865. He and his twin brother Fred both graduated from the Bridgewater Normal school. He taught for a