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Berlin, Germany .—Our literature distribution committee, through the generous gifts of the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy, has been enabled to bring the truth to thousands of soldiers. The letters of thanks which are being received give testimony of the glad welcome the literature has received in the field and the interest with which it was read, and state that in many instances the men sent the literature to their wives at home. There were sent to the front 1688 Herolds, 5029 copies of various pamphlets, as well as 19,688 copies of "Peace on Earth," and 8239 of "Man's Unity with God," together with 2467 reprints.


Waterbury, Conn.—The members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, have purchased the property at the corner of Mitchell and Holmes Avenues and plan to erect an edifice there. The church was founded in this city in 1898, but previous to that there had been meetings in 1894 in Odd Fellows' Hall. From there the members moved to the annex of the old Bronson Library; from there successively to the Friendly League Hall, to the corner of West Main and South Willow Streets, to the Platt Building, to Jones Morgan Building, and to Buckingham Building, where the services are now held.—

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The Lectures
December 30, 1916

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