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Buffalo, N. Y., Times
Boston, June 6.—Among the many very prominent people in this city attending the Christian Science convention are Countess Dunmore of London, Eng.; Lady Mildred Murray, her daughter, also of London, and her son, Viscount Fincastle, who is in the British Army in India, and came to Boston for the sole purpose of attending the Communion services and the Annual Meeting of the church Tuesday.
There is an interesting story connected with the conversion of Countess Dunmore and her family to the Christian Science faith. Four years ago the husband and father of the family, ranking among the higher of England's nobility, was converted to faith in Christian Science by the extraordinary relief it is claimed he experienced from the effects of an injury he had incurred while serving her Majesty Queen Victoria in India. The injury was such that it was declared he could never again participate in his favorite pastimes of the hunt and steeplechase, nor discharge the duties of a mounted army officer.
with contributions from MARY BAKER EDDY
In the Mire of Ignorance
Septimus J. Hanna
An Expression of Gratitude
with contributions from The First Members Of The Mother Church
A Wednesday Evening Meeting
with contributions from Harry F. Powell, Herbert H. Barnes, Charles S. Groves, Frank E. Barnard, Charles H. Glidden, Elbridge R. Anderson
with contributions from Louise Wright, Myron E. Lepper, H. B. McCroskey, John M. Evans, E. D. Olmsted, J. C. Shattuck
The Ever-present and Eternal Now
BY HADLEY M. HENLEY
A Church Charter Granted
BY H. P. C.
Questions and Answers
Why I became a Christian Scientist
BY W. JOHN MURRAY
End of the Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Case
C. H. Fowler
W. W. Virtue