AMONG THE CHURCHES

CURRENT NOTES.

Peoria, Ill.,—Through the distribution committee, Sentinels and Monitors are supplied to the police stations, and Monitors to the juvenile court, the workhouse, poor farms, hotel lobbies, reading and rest rooms, charitable institutions, barber shops, fire engine houses, car barns, and many other places where people are likely to congregate. The waiting-rooms in the interurban and railroad stations are kept constantly supplied, as are the wings in most of the theaters. These papers are put at regular intervals in wall boxes, marked "Take One." As many as twenty-one hundred Monitors have been taken from the stations in a month. There were distributed between Oct. 23, 1912, and May 23, 1913, a period of seven months, 19,272 Monitors, 90 Journals, 973 Sentinels, 30 Herolds, and 322 miscellaneous.

Correspondence.

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