The Christian Science church of Long Beach has purchased a site on Elm avenue and will erect a handsome church edifice which, it is said by members of the church, will cost one hundred thousand dollars. The plans for the building have not been agreed upon in all details, but the church will compare favorably with the large and striking-looking edifices which the Christian Science church has built in many cities throughout the United States. It is said that the Long Beach church will resemble the big Second Church of Christ, Scientist, in Los Angeles.

The location purchased for the church is on Elm avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets, and consists of two lots, giving a total area of one hundred and ten feet on Elm avenue, by one hundred and fifty feet deep. The site is on the east side of Elm avenue and there is one lot, fifty feet wide, between the church site and the new building of the Pacific Telephone Company. The lots are valued at about ten thousand dollars.—Daily Telegram.

April 27, 1912

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