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The world's interest was centred in the passage of the army bill in the United States Senate and House of Representatives last week, not on account of the bill itself, but on account of two amendments that were attached to it; one providing for a civil government to be established in the Philippines, and the other for establishing a protectorate over Cuba.
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History of the "New Star."

The name "new star" is unfortunate as it starts the inquirer on a false track.
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It was at the time of the "Trent Affair" that Queen Victoria rendered her never-to-be-forgotten service to the English-speaking race by modifying an official note that would have provoked war between the United Kingdom and dis-United States.
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The Lectures

After ten days of cloudy weather, and almost steady rain, Sunday morning, February 10, dawned bright and clear.
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The testimony of Dr.
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Not Christian Science

Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Defence of Christian Science

New York, February 19, 1901.
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Not Opposed to the Bible

Chicago, January 24, 1901.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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This is the denominational rule of Christian Science.
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The falsehood which has appeared in some newspapers, to the effect that in the contest over the provisions of the will of Miss Helen C.
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The suit of Frank L.
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Lewis B.
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Correspondents from Texas send interesting accounts of the history of the proposed medical legislation in that state.
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A Victory in California

In the Sentinel of February 21, 1901, we published from the San Francisco Chronicle an account of the defeat of the Medical Bill, introduced into the legislature of California.
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In California a doctors' bill to prevent Christian Science healing, very like the Bell Bill in this state, was introduced in the legislature, and a desperate contest resulted.
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Albany, N.
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In speaking of a person's faults,Pray don't forget your own;Remember, those in homes of glassShould never throw a stone.
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God is Love

God is Love! sweet bells are ringing;God is Love! Heaven's choir is singing;Flowers of earth on hill and plainEcho back the sweet refrain,"God is Love.
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My dear Professor:—Knowning your sincerity as a Truth seeker, I am sure that your every criticism of Christian Science is the result of simple misapprehension, and I shall be glad indeed if I may throw some light upon the subject, in answer to your inquiries.
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A recent editorial in the Sentinel contained a thought which has stayed in my memory ever since I read it.
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When one gains the understanding of Christian Science even in a small degree, he has taken upon himself the responsibility of using his understanding to the glory of God and the help and enlightenment of his fellow-men.
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Lost Opportunities

How often do we Christian Scientists reproach ourselves, sometimes bitterly, because we failed to present the Truth to certain of our friends.
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Overcoming Worldliness

When sixteen, I came to New York to start in business, and had not been working long before several experiences brought me to the full realization that I would have to attain more than human goodness or human methods to overcome the worldliness and sensuality which was then in my way.
Testimony of Healing
I first heard of Christian Science four years ago.
Testimony of Healing
During the month of December, having occasion to visit the town of Winsted, Conn.
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Religious Items

In an editorial on the "Falling off of Candidates for Orders" the.
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We request our co-workers throughout the Field carefully to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—

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