End of the Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Case

Another effort on the part of error to convict a Christian Scientist of manslaughter has signally failed, as will be seen from the following letter. The death of Mrs. Barguet of New York occurred while she was receiving Christian Science treatment from Mrs. Fowler. Mrs. Fowler was arrested on the charge of having caused the death of Mrs. Barguet and held to await the action of the grand jury. After giving the matter due consideration the grand jury came to the conclusion that the defendant could not be convicted of the charge, and the case was dismissed accordingly.

Mt. Vernon, N. Y., June 4, 1899.

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