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Secretary Shaw has issued, for the use of travelers abroad, a convenient booklet containing information of interest concerning the customs duties. The following will be of interest; A resident of the United States returning thereto is entitled to bring with him free of duty articles purchased or otherwise obtained abroad, of a total value not exceeding one hundred dollars. Such articles may be for the use of the person bringing them or for others, but not for sale.
As an outgrowth of the Rochambean mission to the United States in 1902. the women of France have offered to the United States a replica of the bust of Washington which was destroyed by fire in the Capitol in 1851. The tender was made by M. Jusserand, the French Ambassador, in a letter to Secretary Hay.
Christian Science not Stoicism
W. D. McCrackan
It is reasonable to suppose that the Christian Science practitioner...
Willard S. Mattox with contributions from A. B. Stickney
G. C. PENNINGTON.
The Nearness of God
REV. IRVING C. TOMLINSON.
Why we should be Obedient
JACK MULOCK JACKSON.
The Snare is Broken
E. H. W.
Following the Trail
H. L. TOURNY.
"Son, all that I have is Thine."
ALICE J. TILDEN.
with contributions from Alva Roy Scott, F.W. Sim, John Simpson
After all, why should commerce be excluded from the...
Richard Roseney with contributions from McKenzie
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Annie H. Wilson, Hermann S. Hering, Herbert L. Dunbar, John Henry Keene, Alice S. Brown, Caleb H. Cushing, Fletcher L. Williams, Mary Shepherd, James Martineau
After having spent my boyhood in active outdoor life in...
L. D. Washington with contributions from Geo. S. Powell
Before I had a knowledge of Christian Science I was...
It is with great pleasure that I speak of a demonstration...
Rudolph M. Mayer
I would like to tell of a demonstration of the power of...
Herbert F. Ziegler
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase