The first race of the American cup series was sailed Monday, October 16.
The Temple of Karnak, work for the restoration of which has been going on for a number of years under the direction of American, English, and French archaeologists, is perhaps the most interesting ruin in Egypt, though less known to the tourist than the Pyramids and the Sphinx.
If there be any qualities above others by which the world's heroes have been characterized, those qualities are modesty and simplicity.
To the Editor of the Commercial Tribune:— Will you kindly allow space through your columns to make mention of some mistakes, as it would clearly seem, that appeared in the recent trial of those persons known as Christian Scientists, who were arrested for the so-called illegal practice of healing the sick in our midst, the correction of which might possibly result in quite another termination and verdict?
There appeared in the "People's Column" of the Traveler October 7, a communication entitled, "Ruined by Christian Science," in relation to which a gentleman connected with the Christian Science movement, whom we know to be entirely reliable, presents to us the following statement: "This man was victimized by a professional swindler, who claims to be a Christian Scientist, but who is not, and never was, a member of the Mother Church.
In her inaugural address, Miss Caroline Hazard, Wellesley's new president, set forth a noble conception of woman's place and power.