A Word from Mexico

The rapid growth of the English and American population in the City of Mexico is indicated by the fact that a Y. M. C. A. Association of English-speaking young men has recently been formed with a membership of two hundred. Its house is described as a "forty-room building, surrounded by a half-acre garden filled with tropical trees and shrubs, which was once a fine old family residence. The United States and Canada railroad associations contributed $1,400 to its establishment, and three prominent Americans of Mexico pledged themselves for the annual $3,000 rental."

The copy of the Mexican Herald which brings us this item of information discloses another yet more interesting fact, to us; viz., the rapid growth of Christian Science in this famous old city. The paper referred to contains our Leader's late message in full, and this furnishes its readers with a "daily ration" that is no less refreshing than rare.

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Building Fund of the Mother Church
July 31, 1902
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