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Item of Interest
The erection of the sanatorium for the Christian Science Benevolent Association for the Pacific Coast is progressing satisfactorily. The walls are up to the roof line, and the roof is in process. It is expected that the plastering will begin in about two weeks. The Field will be interested to know that the work is being subjected to the most rigid inspection in order that the very highest character of construction for a building of this kind may be maintained.
After a recent inspection of the property, an insurance engineer stated that he considered the building by far the best of its class on the Pacific Coast. Because of its excellent design and construction, and the fact that solid rock underlies the foundations, one of the lowest rates of one type of insurance ever quoted on a building of this kind has been allowed on the sanatorium.
It is highly desirable that the construction and equipment of the building be continued to completion without interruption or delay, and this can be effected only by prompt contributions of a substantial nature.
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"The church in the wilderness"
MABEL REED HYZER
Preservation Through Right Thinking
ALBERT M. CHENEY
KATHARINE MAY JONES
Christian Science, the Religion of Loving
FLORENCE IRENE GUBBINS
The Bible—Our Business Guide
NORRIS RADCLIFFE FILL
EVA E. CRAIG
In your issue of May 18 your reference to Christian Science...
Frank C. Ayres, Committee on Publication for the State of Indiana,
The particular interest Christian Scientists have in the...
John Murray Burriss, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
Will you kindly permit me to reply to some of the statements...
Miss Daisy Woodward, Committee on Publication for Lancashire, England,
A few days ago an evangelist in your city took occasion...
Judge H. L. Standeven, Committee on Publication for the State of Oklahoma,
From the Field
Lora C. Rathvon
"The fact concerning error"
Albert F. Gilmore
"Undo the heavy burdens"
Violet Ker Seymer
Steadfast Trust in God
with contributions from Porter H. Harris, Marion May
In deep gratitude for Christian Science and for the many...
Natalie S. Athanassiades
When about ten years of age I heard a lad recite at a...
Mary V. Hartley
Christian Science, the revelator of to-day and for all...
David H. Militscher
I was born of Jewish parents and raised in the Jewish...
I did not come into Christian Science through physical...
Viola E. Craddock
I turned to Christian Science only as a last resort
Marion F. Beckler
I first met students of Christian Science in 1915, when...
Laura B. Humphrey
From childhood I had been taught to revere the Bible,...
Nancy A. L. Browner
I should like to tell of a wonderful cure I had of ulcers...
I came into Christian Science after failing to find comfort...
Ella M. Clayton
GABRIELLE C. N. SWART
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Hoover, Daphne Milman, J. C. Penney, Stanley Baldwin, S. J. Sebelius, Frank D. Boynton