Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Items of Interest
If Senator Lodge succeeds in reorganizing the consular service and putting it on a permanent life-tenure basis, as he is now endeavoring to do, there will be about three hundred ideal positions for ambitious young Americans which will be well worth studying for.
He proposes to divide our various consular officers into ten uniform grades, ranging from a consul-general of the first class, with a salary of ten thousand dollars a year to a consul of the sixth class with a salary of $1,800. Applicants must be between the ages of twenty-one and fifty-five, and must pass an examination in either French, German, or Spanish; also in various commercial subjects. We now have forty consulatesgeneral in various places.
Christian Science not Reversible
Frank W. Gale
George T. Angell
with contributions from Frank H. Mott, Leslie Willis Sprague, George L. Collie, Hermann S. Hering, Ezra M. Buswell, S. E. Mitchell
with contributions from Christian Science Board of Education
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Expression of Gratitude
Editor with contributions from Board of Directors, F. J., Ella V. Fluno, Mary B. G. Eddy
Some Fragments of History
Editor with contributions from Mary Baker G. Eddy
An Appreciation of Christian Science
Jesse J. Kolmos
Among the Churches
with contributions from W. Roach, Myrtle Fritz, W. S. Day, Wm. Henry Channing
German Supplement Appreciated
BY HARRIET GERTRUDE RING.
Principle, not Personality
BY MARY H. HATCH.
Impressions Received in a Christian Science Service
BY PROF. G. B. GARDNER.
Gratitude for Lesson Sermons
When I read the testimonies of my old friends, John Lloyd...
L. J. Richardson
A few months ago, I wrote a little article for the Sentinel
Minnie M. Keevan
About two years ago my little daughter was accidentally...
Edith A. Connick
with contributions from S. G. Dunham, J. R. Thompson, Bishop Sessums, Frank L. Phalen, Phillips Brooks