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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
President McKinley's message to Congress was read soon after the re-assembling of that body at noon, December 5. The document deals mainly with the recent war, which is fully reviewed, and the suggestions of Secretaries Alger and Long for increased forces are warmly indorsed. The revenues of the country are shown to be in satisfactory condition, and great pleasure is expressed at the very friendly relations of the United States with Great Britain.
We make the following excerpts from the message:—
with contributions from John W. Hillmann
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM OF THE MASSACHUSETTS METAPHYSICAL COLLEGE
MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
FROM DESPAIR TO JOY
THE LATE MAJOR LESTER
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with contributions from Archibald McLellan
MR. FARLOW AT KANSAS CITY
with contributions from Effie S. Watt, Lily G. Barnes
Poughkeepsie Christian Scientists were happy yesterday...
with contributions from Martha Cotting