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First details of the four-million-dollar preliminary development of the Bronx river, which means a parkway fifteen and a half miles long, comprising an area of eleven hundred and thirty acres, extending from Bronx park in New York to the new reservation for the Kensico reservoir and connecting park lands with watershed properties that aggregate, exclusive of the Catskill project, nearly thirty thousand acres and represent an expenditure of over one hundred and thirty million dollars, have been given out by the Bronx Parkway Commission. The preliminary plans will accomplished by the most economical method the regulation and control of the large amount of water that flows down through the Bronx Valley at intervals, and the sanitary improvement of the river at nominal cost, but the provision of a final link to connect the great city parks and the network of macadamized country roads now being constructed in the borough of the Bronx, with the whole system of more than forty lakes and many miles of rivers, besides bridges and permanent engineering works which extend throughout the three hundred and sixty square miles of the Croton and Byram watersheds, is of the greatest significance.
The construction of a subway at a cost of between seven and ten million dollars is contemplated by the Capital City Railway Company of Washington, D. C., plans for the incorporation of which are being pushed. The subway will be thirteen feet wide and four miles long, similar to the Hudson tube from New York to Newark, N. J.
The government arranged to begin at Portland, Ore., last week, the examination of witnesses in support of its contention that the retail lumber dealers are maintaining a trust. Suit has been brought by the government in Minnesota for the dissolution of the retail associations, on the ground that they are illegal combinations in restraint of trade.
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"LET GOD BE TRUE."
REV. WILLIAM G. SCHOPPE.
OPPONENTS ALIAS COWORKERS
LUCY HAYS EASTMAN.
"GREATER WORKS THAN THESE."
HELEN ANDREWS NIXON
How tenderly the dewdrop finds a place...
In a sermon on Christian Science, recently reported in...
It has been popularly held for ages that there was an...
The tenor of our critic's remarks would indicate that in...
George Shaw Cook
The religious practise of Christian Science, healing its...
Jno. H. Wheeler
It is a platitude of many critics, who think they know...
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"WHITE UNTO THE HARVEST."
OPINION VS. DEMONSTRATION
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from F. C. Putcamp, H. F. T. Fisher
It is with deep gratitude to God, the giver of all good,...
W. L. Bennington
Christian Science found me in 1910 in a miserable condition
Edna M. Kanther
Nearly five years ago I was engaged as organist by First...
John T. Curlett
I am grateful that Christian Science came into my life
Six years ago my mother passed away, leaving myself...
I am glad to have the privilege of showing my gratitude...
My aim and desire in writing my testimony is that it may...
The following demonstration is forwarded to the Sentinel,...
Millard Henry Sheldon
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CHARLES C. SANDELIN.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from W. E. Orchard, Frank M. Thomas, Canon E. S. Hughes, W. H. Geistweit