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The Powers have agreed to submit the Venezuelan dispute to The Hague Tribunal for arbitration.
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Misunderstandings Corrected

Editor Daily Herald.
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The generous commendation bestowed on Christian Science by "Reasoner," in a late issue of the Examiner, and the willingness on his part to recognize the vast amount of good which has resulted from the practice of this teaching, speaks well for his fairness.
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Wrong Condemned

In attempting to discredit Christian Science, your correspondent groups it with theosophy and the religions of the Orient, and while it is not the intent of this article to depreciate the highest sense of good entertained by any individual, yet the classification of Christian Science with these religions is manifestly unjust, as even their own adherents regard them more as philosophies than religions.
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Against Paternalism

Much as an improved standard of medical education is to be desired, anything in the way of restrictive legislation to this end savors both of protecting people against their own voluntary acts and of fostering monopoly.
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The primary sources of energy for doing the world's work are gravity and heat.
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The Lectures

The mail address of Mr.
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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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It has been customary, with many persons, to usher in the New Year with sundry good resolutions; but, unfortunately, the world has come to look upon these resolutions as ephemeral, and upon the custom itself as sentimental rather than practical.
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Fancy that our thoughts, just now in "this fair companie," should break the restraining bonds of speech, defy discretion, ignore courtesy, throw off all the insincerity of tact and suavity, and speak for themselves right out, how would they bear the test?
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He who has not acquired the gentle art of turning his back upon the things of yesterday, has missed one of the most practical ways of enriching the joys of to-day, for while maintaining due regard for all the good, beautiful, and true it has embraced, we may still say that altogether the best thing about human history is this: that we can let it remain a thing "that was and is not.
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The Bells

Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky,The flying cloud, the frosty light:The year is dying in the night;Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
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God the Saviour from all Ills

No one objects to the healing of sin by spiritual means alone, for the forgiveness of the sinner is the foundational belief of all Christian religions; and this result is sought without recourse to human devices or material aids.
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Common Sense

If one is studying music, he unquestionably abides by the basic laws of music.
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Self-Reliance

When are we, as students of Christian Science, to be self-reliant, self-supporting, and when are we to lean only on God, the giver of every good and perfect gift?
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A Helpful Explanation

I was much impressed and helped by the following lines which appeared recently in the columns of the Journal.
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The thought came to me to-day, why is it that sometimes our own problems are delayed?
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The progress of the church lies in its manifestation of the presence of God and the fidelity of its members in the acknowledgment of God in what he has done and is doing for us all.
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Oh! Divine Intelligent Love, we worship Thee, we praise Thee; Thou the Beauty of all that is beautiful; the purity of all that is pure; the one altogether lovely.
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A Little Understanding

Do we realize what we are saying when we acknowledge that we have only a little understanding?
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A Most Interesting Report

During the year ending November 30, 1902, the Central Christian Science Reading Room Association of Chicago sold as follows:—
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There are many people who are only waiting for grand opportunities.
Testimony of Healing
On Thanksgiving Day eight years ago, Christian Science found me heart-sick, spiritually starved, and like a child crying in the night of despair, thirsting for the water of Life.
Testimony of Healing
It is beyond words to tell what the understanding of Christian Science has done for me, mentally and physically, the last four years.
Testimony of Healing
Before coming into an understanding of Christian Science, I was continually battling with the thought that God could be good and yet send evil upon man, for all around me I saw good Christian people suffering from sickness and sorrow, and I tried to reconcile this with God's goodness.
Testimony of Healing
Five years ago I came to Christian Science through the healing of a case of appendicitis from which I was a sufferer.
Testimony of Healing
Some time ago my mother broke her wrist and collarbone.
Testimony of Healing

Christian Science found me in the winter of 1900, a...

Christian Science found me in the winter of 1900, a complete physical wreck, and I feel that I ought to testify to all the benefits I have since received, in the hope that my experience may encourage others.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science came to me at a time when everything was so dark, that life seemed a burden instead of a pleasure.
Testimony of Healing
Christian Science found me discouraged, bewildered; I did not know which way to go.
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I would like to tell of the healing of a boy who was born blind.
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Will our contributors please give the page and line of all references to our Leader's works.
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I am not earth-born.
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Announcements

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures with latest revisions and additions, and numbered lines.
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Religious Items

He [the editor of The United Presbyterian] thinks that the special need of the Church at the present time is expressed in words which he quotes from Dr.
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Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.

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