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ITEMS OF INTEREST
A bill has been introduced in Congress by the senior Senator of Massachusetts, appropriating four hundred thousand dollars for the purchase of a building in Paris to be used as the American Embassy. A provision for the purchase of the building was stricken out of the diplomatic and consular appropriation on the point of order that it was general legislation. The measure is intended to be the opening wedge of a general plan to have the United States own embassy and legation buildings in all foreign capitals, Amendments for the same purpose were offered to the Sundry Civil Bill and the omnibus Public Building Bill.
The State of New York has purchased from Germany four hundred and fifty thousand two, and five hundred thousand three-year-old seedling trees. The two-year-old seedling trees have been put in a new nursery to remain one year, when they will be planted. The five hundred thousand three-year-olds, with six hundred thousand that the State already had in its nurseries, are now being planted in the Adirondack preserve, making a total planting this year twice as large as in any previous year. The two-year-old seedlings cost seventy-five cents a thousand and the three-year-olds $2.65 a thousand.
Judge Wilfley, having withstood the attack upon his administration in China, is devoting himself to his real mission to Washington, which is to secure a code of adequate laws for his extra territorial court and a suitable Federal building for his work and for the United States Consulate. Two bills covering the changes desired have been introduced in Congress. One, appropriating a sufficient amount of money for a suitable building, has been favorably reported to the House, while the other, establishing a code of law, is under consideration by the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
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MRS. EDDY IS NOT ILL
Edwin J. Park
M. G. KAINS, M.S.
OUT OF THE SHADOWS
ROLF R. NEWMAN.
HOW AND WHY I BECAME A CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST
Margaret Beecher White
Our critic would seem to imply that Christian Science...
At the close of our Master's long service to humanity...
Harriet L. Betts
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Mary Baker G. Eddy
MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
EVIL IS UNREAL
THE LESSON OF SUFFERING
Annie M. Knott
A SERIOUS RESPONSIBILITY
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from John J. Enneking, Mary Baker G. Eddy, Alice Fairleigh, Mae B. Johnson, Stokes Anthony Bennett
with contributions from C. B. Nolan, W. J. Berkowitz, John W. Lovett
For some time it has been my desire to tell the readers...
Many times I have sat in the Wednesday evening...
E. M. Harris
This being the gladdest season of all the year, it seems...
Mabel H. Stuart
I became interested in Christian Science about eighteen...
J. Scott Walker
Words cannot express my deep feeling of gratitude...
Barbara G. Larimer
I was an invalid for six years. My case was diagnosed...
Emily J. Leas
For sixteen years I suffered from serious bowel trouble...
Louise K. Dennison
It is related in the 6th chapter of the book of Joshua...
J. J. Masterson
Words cannot express my gratitude for Christian Science...
L. B. Cheeseman
I wish to give my testimony, hoping that it may be a...
I have felt for some time that I must express my...
Through Christian Science I have been freed from the...
F. T. Johnstone
I wish to join with the many in testifying to the healing...
Judson L. Sennett
WARWICK JAMES PRICE.