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In an address at his home, Canton, Ohio, Judge Day, president of the Peace Commission at Paris, said:—
"If I were called upon to state the most gratifying circumstance of our foreign relations during the war, it would be in the uniformly cordial and hearty friendship of the English before and during the struggle. Observing the obligations of neutrality and never stepping outside the requirements of international law, we had the sympathy and good will of that great power.
The Doom of Physiology
BY WALDO PONDRAY WARREN.
Mary Baker Eddy
New Church is Dedicated
with contributions from MARY BAKER EDDY, Alfred Farlow, Emily D. Behan
Church Dedication in the South
with contributions from John H. Williams
Chillicothe Scientists visit Kansas City
A Christian Scientist
with contributions from R. F. G., The Joint Lecture Committee, George H. Moses
What there is in Christian Science
with contributions from Robert M. Orr, J. E. Knapp, H. C. Orr
A Good Word from Galveston
James D. Sherwood
All Remedies Tried
John A. Deadrich
Nine Christian Science Children
Francis Beem, Sadie Brodie
A Signal from Phoenix, Arizona
Almeda Norcross Tracy