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New York, N. Y. —The annual report of the Comforts Forwarding committee of the Christian Scientists of New York city, made public yesterday [Feb. 4], discloses the fact that during 1918 this committee supplied nearly forty-four thousand knitted garments, including helmets, wristlets, caps, socks, and sweaters, of an approximate value of one hundred and thirty-five thousand dollars, to men in the service. In addition, garments were supplied to many individuals who applied in person at the headquarters at 125 East Forty-third Street, including soldiers, sailors, marines, French seamen, Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. workers, and men of other organizations engaged in overseas work. For the devastated region in Europe this committee supplied about sixty-six thousand articles. The money to carry forward this work was subscribed by Christian Scientists.

New York Tribune.

April 12, 1919

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