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ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Secretary of the Interior, in his annual report, says that in the General Land Office 29,997,566 acres were disposed of, for which the Government received $9,547,273. Fifty-seven additional National forests, embracing 43,838,647 acres, were created in the year. For timber trespasses without suit $80,917 have been collected, and through suits $203,552. It is estimated that approximately seventy million acres in the Western States are underlaid with coal. Further educational work among the Indians is urged. It is suggested that the Crow Indians could profitably engage in the raising of horses for use in the army.
The first session of the Philippine Legislature has adjourned. During the session of ninety days one hundred and twenty-five bills and resolutions were considered. Five of these passed both houses, and one passed the Assembly and was rejected by the Commission. The important acts of the Legislature include the appropriation of one million dollars for suburban schools, the cancelation of loans of provinces by the Insular Government, and the increase of assemblymen's pay.
The rulings of the Postoffice Department, designed to reach the abuses of the second-class mailing privileges, have resulted in eliminating much mail matter that formerly went as second-class. This class constituted sixty-seven percent of all matter handled and yielded only four percent of the revenue. The circulation of mail-order publications in January was said to be eighteen million copies less than in the month of December.
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CONCORD, N. H., TO MRS. EDDY, AND MRS. EDDY'S REPLY
Mary Baker G. Eddy with contributions from Charles R. Corning
EXAMPLE BETTER THAN ARGUMENT
THE PERFECT CREATION
R. T. KEY
In the editorial note in your issue of the 23rd ult...
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THE WHOLE GOSPEL
THE VISION OF THE PATRIOT
John B. Willis
THE TRAINED THINKER
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Frank S. Streeter, Irving C. Tomlinson, Carrie B. Wolcott, S. F. Swantess, Inez H. Dabney, Annie Louise Robertson, Gilbert D. Robertson, Arthur Reeves Vosburgh, C. E. Collin, Emily M. Meader
with contributions from H. Cornell Wilson, J. F. Thompson, H. W. Storey
Having received so much benefit form reading the testimonies...
Charles D. Fowler
It is with deep gratitude to God, and to the dear ones...
Willa B. Donelson
When Christian Science found me I was a physical...
Mary Agatha Short
Physicians had been telling me for some time that I...
S. A. Franklin
It is with a heart full of gratitude to God, and to our...
Josephine A. C. Euer
I have recently had an experience which seems to me a...
James S. Blake
I desire to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Mildred L. MacDonald
When I first received Christian Science treatment I had...
G. Moss Barker
Eight years ago I was afflicted with malarial trouble...
Friend D. Case
The half can never be told of what Christian Science...
Anna L. Gonsalves
Ten years ago I was a physical wreck and a prominent...
Mary E. Arnheiter
About ten years ago I was in bondage to serious physical...
Fannie F. Sanders
I have been studying Christian Science about ten years...
With a heart overflowing with love and gratitude I...
Mary O. Allen Mcgregor
The day has come when I am able to testify to the good...
Annie L. Geissler
"AS ONE OF THESE."
Mary J. Elmendorf.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Amory H. Bradford