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A statement setting forth the origin and extent of immigration at the port of Havanna, Cuba, for the last half of the calendar year of 1900 has been made public by the division of insular affairs of the War Department.
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Mutual Helpfulness

The following address was delivered in the Fourth Baptist Church, Providence, R.
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President Schurman addressed a large audience in Sage Chapel recently on "Religious Thought in the New Century.
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The Berlin Tageblatt publishes a letter received from Count Tolstoi in reply to a request from the editor as to his sentiments toward the action of the Greek Catholic Church in banishing him from the communion of faithful.
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A Reform in our present antiquated method of time-indication has been introduced by Samuel P.
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The Rev.
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The Lectures

Judge William G.
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Will subscribers to the Christian Science Quarterly take note of the label on the cover of the last number received.
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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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A Word to the Wise

The hour is imminent.
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The Christian Science Board of Directors shall elect annually, subject to the approval or the disapproval of the Pastor Emeritus, a "Committee on Debate," consisting of not less than four members.
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In a recent issue of the New York Sun, Prof.
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A correspondent from Fort Smith, Ark.
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We append some extracts from a letter to our Leader, which illustrate the ever—increasing significance of the welcome of the Field, which is everywhere extended to traveling men.
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Letter to Mrs. Eddy

Port Angeles, Wash.
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Among the Churches

A little over a year ago a band of faithful workers organized First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Lewiston, Idaho, with thirteen charter members.
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Bow down thine ear, O Lord,And hear my humble prayer;I poor and needy am,And ever need thy care.
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Soon after coming into Christian Science I was grievously offended with my brother.
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Near the close of 1900 The Outlook gave a list of books which had been voted to be the greatest of all books of the nineteenth century.
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The Fruit of Adversity

An illustration of the all-pervading omnipotence of Truth is to be found in the fact discerned and understood through the teaching of Christian Science that not one of our experiences is without its lesson and fruit; and so as we bring to our publications and our testimonial meetings our sheaves, the fruits of success, may not a word rightly be said regarding the fruit that is sometimes born, not through sunshine, but of adversity?
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"Let the Heathen Rage."

I have been especially impressed by one paragraph in the article written by A.
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The Coming of Spring

Now is the touch of spring in the air.
Testimony of Healing
The manifold blessings that have come to me through Christian Science, cannot be numbered, but three circumstances, during the past five years, stand out with a particular brightness, and from a grateful heart I send them to the Sentinel as jewels to place in Love's casket of Truth.
Testimony of Healing
As one of a multitude whom no man can number, one who has felt the healing touch of Christian of Science, I give gaid and grateful testimony.
Testimony of Healing
About three years ago I learned of Christian Science and a few days after was healed in one treatment of various troubles of some years' standing.
Testimony of Healing
When Christian Science was brought to me three years ago, I was ready and very much in need of it.
Testimony of Healing
I was a great suffer for years with a chronic trouble the doctors called catarrh of the bowels; there were many other troubles beside.
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In its description of the Easter celebration in the churches the Boston Herald of April 8, said:—
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