Among the Churches

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UTICA, N. Y.—Upon the pageant grounds there is a tent that has been erected by the Christian Scientists. It is provided with accommodations for those who may wish to rest after the climb up the hill, or who may find the heat of the sun too strong for them and desire to retire for a time into the shade. Yesterday and today, free ice-water was served to all who asked for a drink, and this will be done throughout the remaining performances of the pageant. The service was taken advantage of by many, and to the hundreds who drank freely and who rested beneath the tent, the thoughtful kindness which prompted the act was fully appreciated. It was a msot gracious and beautiful thing to do.

COLUMBUS, OHIO.—A new seventy-five thousand dollar stone church is soon to be built by First Church of Christ, Scientist, on the south side of Broad street just east of Ninth street. The site is on the Wetmore property, which the church acquired two years ago.—Columbus Journal.

October 10, 1914
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