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Among the Churches
Brooklyn, N. Y.—Bay Ridge Christian Scientists have a beautiful new edifice on Sixty-seventh Street adjoining the Bay Ridge High School. It is Second Church of Christ, Scientist, formerly located at Eighty-sixth Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway. The new structure cost forty thousand dollars. The plot consists of four lots facing Bay Ridge Park.—Brooklyn Eagle.
Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada.—A reading room has been opened by the Christian Science Society in the building on the northwest corner of King Street and Third Avenue, opposite the post office. The place is neatly arranged, and will have papers and other literature there all the time. It will be heated when necessary, and will be open daily to every one from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Last Enemy
HUGH A. STUDDERT KENNEDY
Cause and Effect
A Lesson from the Clouds
CARRIE A. MC LEOD
"Our light affliction"
MAUDE LOUISE NIRDLINGER
Christ's Ever Presence
Now that the Boston Herald and Journal has reviewed a...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
In a recent issue a clergyman, who discussed "The End...
Albert F. Gilmore
Extracts from Letters
C. H. Lightoller
Prayer, Silent and Effective
William P. McKenzie
Labor of Love
William D. McCrackan
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from W. S. Lawson, Daisy F. Vinson, Arthur H. Richardson, Artie M. Waggoner, Mabel Rowley, C. C. Wiley, J. G. Alden, Edith V. Watson, Richard E. Lincoln, S. E. Seymour
I am sending this testimony of my thankfulness for God's...
Donald M. Southwart
I turned to Christian Science for comfort and help when...
Blanche G. Norris
As a student of Christian Science it is my joy and privilege...
Alva Floyd Miller
I became fully convinced as to the demonstrable healing...
Fred A. Gritzner
What have I to be grateful for in Christian Science?...
Elzie E. Hammett
I am very thankful to God and grateful to Mrs. Eddy...
Delia Pope with contributions from Maude Paquett
From the Press
with contributions from William T. Ellis