HON. LUTHER LAFLIN MILLS, Chicago
WILLIS W. COOPER, ESQ., Manufacturer, Chicago
HARRY MONROE, Ass't Supt. Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago
MRS. A. L. PRINDLE, "Mother" of Rescue Missions, Chicago
MISS LUCY PAGE GASTON, Supt. Anti-Cigarette League, Chicago
MISS E. S. STRONG, Supt. Woman's Dept. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago
REV. CHAS. A. BLANCHARD, D. D., President Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill.
J. H. KELLOGG, M.D., Supt. Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek, Mich.
Prof. S. C. BRONSON, Chair of Practical Theology, Northwestern University, Chicago
ORGANIZATIONTemporary Organization, effected, November, 1901
Charter, Secured March, 1902
Nonsectarian Protestant Christian Evangelical Interdenominatal
Supported Entirely by Voluntary Contributions
WORKERSHas four salaried and twelve volunteer workers. Has one office clerk. Needs a large commodious Boys' Club building and more city missionaries.
REPORT FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING FEB. 28, 1903We need a little money, not to invest in Pork and Beef, Stocks and Bonds, but in "Embryo Men" "The Men of Tomorrow"
[image] "SLEEP OUTS"Aggregate attendance for twelve months ... 14,838
Present membership ... 826
Scriptures distributed ... 316
Medical services rendered ... 139
Free baths given ... 786
Free lodgings given ... 410
Free meals given ... 1,670
Articles of clothing distributed ... 149
Friendly calls made ... 598
Tracts distributed ... 27,451
Address letters of inquiry to Hon. Luther Laflin Mills, New York Life Building, or to J. F. Atkinson, Supt. 262 State St., Chicago
An offering, however small, will be gratefully received by our treasurer, Mr. J. H. Cameron, cashier of the National Bank of the Republic, or by the superintendent, at 262 State Steet. Make check payable to CHICAGO BOYS' CLUB
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