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Memorial Day was observed at Washington, D. C., more generally than ever before. The announcement that President Roosevelt would deliver the oration at the National cemetery at Arlington, where the principal exercises were held, brought a vast throng of people. A touching feature of the exercises was the strewing of flowers over the graves of the Confederate soldiers. After the invocation and the rendition of several pieces by the Marine Band and a choir, Lincoln's address at Gettysburg was read. The President's address followed.
One hundred and fifty additional clerks will be employed in the Chicago postoffice after July 1. The total clerical force will then be 1,791. Twelve hundred and forty-six of the clerks now employed will receive an increase of one hundred dollars a year in their salaries. Ten new sub-stations will be added, making two hundred in all.
Two American naval vessels have been equipped with French wireless telegraph instruments. If the experiment is satisfactory it is probable that the system will be installed at Washington and Annapolis incompetition with various other wireless telegraph systems.
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Christian Science and Suggestive Therapeutics
Clarence A. Buskirk
A Christian Scientist answers Rev. Dr. Utter
Christian Science Claims
Norman E. John
with contributions from W. D. McCrackan, Thomas Edward Potterton, Robert J. Brock, Max Wertheimer, J. L. Foley
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Among the Churches
with contributions from Carrie Brown, Sarah M. Van Camp, Eda Wynkoop, Stacy Dorn, Della Githens, Chauncey Parsons, Clara H. Savory, Charles Kingsley
Wednesday Evening Meeting at Chicago
E. G. H. with contributions from Joseph Parker
The Real Man
By Caroline Washburn Rockwood.
As Wise Followers
By Herbert S. Fuller.
By J. E.
By M. E. McA.
I was brought up in the Methodist faith
Mary E. Burrows with contributions from Amanda M. Kunz