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A Newspaper for All the People
Few newspapers, notwithstanding their protestations to the contrary, are without prejudice. A striking illustration of this assertion is given in the mass meeting of Christian Scientists, held in Carnegie Hall, on Sunday afternoon, December 18.
Three thousand representative people, including the members of seven churches in the Greater New York, assembled to hear a lecture delivered by Carol Norton, C. S. D., an exceptionally talented man, and incidentally to refute the charges that have been made throughout the land that Harold Frederic, the London correspondent of The New York Times, died under the treatment of Christian Scientists.
Degrees of Metaphysical College
MARY BAKER EDDY
Christian Science Souvenir Spoons
MARY BAKER G. EDDY
About Christian Science
U. L. See
A Terrible, because Truthful, Indictment
BY ALEXANDER M. ROSS, M.D., F.R.S.L., ENG.
Dosed to Death
Unreality of Evil
BY C. L. R.
Double Rupture Cured
Samuel T. Williams
On Christian Science
The Rev. F. W. Hamilton speaks of its Rapid Spread.
with contributions from Franklin I. Welch
In 1892 I had an attack of la grippe which assumed several...
William Henry Snyder
A year ago I was so burdened with physical claims and...
S. M. Campbell
After three years of seeming trials, persecutions, and...
Aralize C. Moncrief
When my youngest child was six months old he swallowed...
with contributions from Clara A. Wilcox, Mattie A. Witt
There are a few earnest workers in Christian Science here...
A. C. R. Morgan
Dear Editor:—When I commenced reading "Scriptural...