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Cleveland, Ohio.—Eiderdown vests instead of knit sweaters are something new for the man in khaki. They are being made according to a special pattern by members of the Comforts Forwarding committee, which was started by the Christian Scientists of Boston and now has a branch among the Scientists in every state in the Union. Work here has been carried on at 6602 Euclid Avenue, formerly the Topliff residence. For greater convenience the committee is about to open a station at 1276 Euclid Avenue where, besides supplies of every sort and facilities for carrying on war relief and refugee work, there will be an information bureau which men in service are asked to make use of freely. The committee has arrangements for shipping clothing and other supplies direct to France.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.

New York, N. Y.—The activities of the Christian Science War Relief committee for New York state have grown to such proportions that the rooms which they formerly occupied at Aeolian Hall have become inadequate. Accordingly new quarters have been opened at 512 Fifth Avenue, corner of Forty-third Street. In addition to the business offices of the committee, the new suite contains a spacious writing room and pleasant reception rooms where men of the Army and Navy are cordially welcomed.

Kingston Leader.

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The Lectures
December 21, 1918

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