The area of the Chugach national forest, Alaska, which is to be crossed by the railroad that the government is building from Seward to Fairbanks, is reduced nearly one half by a proclamation, signed by President Wilson, returning approximately 5,802,000 acres to the public domain.
In his first epistle to the Corinthians, Paul very truly says that "the Greeks seek after wisdom.
Christian Science is in truth the new tongue foretold in thhe gospels.
How marvelous is the experience when into the land of personal darkness, doubt, and fear there one day shines the light of Christian Science, dispelling sin and disease and bringing the radiant revelation of the kingdom of God, good, as at hand! How the heart overflows with joy and thanksgiving as a new-found liberty leads our feet into hitherto unknown paths of privilege! Then as the recipient of divine benefits begins earnestly and faithfully to study and understand the divine Principle which has brought health and wholeness to him, he gradually becomes fitted wisely to transmit the blessed message to others, and in due time the "King of kings" summons him to go forth to humanity as an ambassador of heaven.
That memorable scene in the judgment hall which is depicted in the eighteenth chapter of John's gospel, is of vital interest to every disciple of the Master.
The well-known saying, "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again," was aptly illustrated for the writer by some moving pictures which showed how ice-trawlers make their way through the ice-floes.