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VINCENNES, IND.—That the Christian Scientists will erect an edifice on the corner of Third and Hart streets was intimated today [May 18] when announcement was made of the purchase of the lot on that corner.—The Vincennes Sun.

WACO, TEXAS.—First Church of Christ, Scientist, maintained a booth at the "Made in Waco" exposition held in this city from April 26 to May 1. Approximately six hundred pieces of literature, including Journals, Sentinels, Monitors, pamphlets, etc., were distributed.—Correspondence.

UTICA, N. Y.—The new edifice of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the corner of Genesee street and Avery place, was yesterday [May 2] opened for public worship. It is a roomy, modern structure, an ornament to the locality in which it is situated. The society was organized in March, 1894, and since 1897 it has held services in the New Century Club auditorium. The lot was purchased April 6, 1907, and excavation for the building was begun seven years later. The corner-stone was laid June 15, 1914. The edifice is 66 feet wide by 103 feet deep. The auditorium seats five hundred and twenty on the main floor and two hundred in the gallery. The Sunday school room is in the basement, and has two entrances, one from the vestibule, and the other from Avery place.—Utica Press.

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The Lectures
June 26, 1915

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