The British Weekly says: "American preachers in London...

The British Weekly says: "American preachers in London are outspoken in declaring their country's good feeling towards England. Few, however, have gone so far as Dr. Gladden in the selection of a text from the words of Ruth to Naomi—'Thy people shall be my people.' "

At the thanksgiving services in Chicago on Sunday, which President McKinley attended, he listened to addresses by a Jewish rabbi, a Roman Catholic priest, a Presbyterian clergyman, and a noted colored orator.—Boston Herald.

Joaquin Miller has got back from the Klondike and built himself a granite boulder tomb. He has been getting ready to die for years, but will probably outlive all the young poets who are just beginning to read his works.

Dr. Joseph Parker of London says: "We want a speaking church. We want a church of testimony."

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October 27, 1898

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