President Roosevelt last week submitted to Congress the report of Commissioner Garfield on the inquiry into Standard Oil, and in his own message said: "The report shows that the Standard Oil Company has benefited enormously up almost to the present moment by secret rates, many of these secret rates being clearly unlawful.
To an unprejudiced observer who could study all religions with an impartial veneration for the good and reprobation for the bad elements they may contain, it might appear that there is one, and only one, fundamental difference between Christian Science and other Christian teachings.
The edifice at the corner of Post and Taylor Streets which was occupied by First Church of Christ, Scientist, having been burned by the recent fire, it was decided that services be held on the lot owned by the church at the southwest corner of Sacramento and Scott Streets.
A COMMITTEE has been appointed to find rooms for those attending the June meetings of The Mother Church, and it is expected that this Committee will be able to provide rooms for all visitors who give advance notice of their needs.
THOSE who have endeavored to obtain legislation against the practice of Christian Science have usually tried to show that there is a popular demand for such legislation; but it is now pretty thoroughly understood that this is not true, and that the animus of these attempts to obtain restrictive legislation lies with the physicians.
IT is necessary for the Treasurer to receive largely increased contributions immediately, and the branch churches, societies, associations, and individuals interested are requested to remit liberally and at once.
THOSE who approve and countersign applications will assist the Clerk, and also avoid disappointment to applicants, if they will hold until after the Annual Meeting the applications which have been sent to them by applicants for their signature at a date too late to reach the Clerk before the closing of the entries for admission, and notify them that their applications were too late to be entered.
Christian Science was first brought to us in the summer of 1897, but everything then seemed so lovely to me that I did not accept it, though I would listen when my dear father read from Science and Health.