One Man's Enthusiasm

Detroit News-Tribune

"I would shed my last drop of blood for Christian Science," said M. Scott Thompson. "I want to give my testimony for Christian Science, and I came to Detroit from Toledo to-day for the express purpose of doing so. At last I thought I couldn't spare the time, but my wife, God bless her, made me ashamed. She said, 'Didn't Christian Science save you? And can't you spare one day in its defense?' And I took the next train, and here I am."

Mr. Thompson came directly to the office of the News-Tribune. He is a hale and hearty man of perhaps fifty-five years of age. His face is of a healthy hue, and his hair and beard streaked with gray. His eye is bright and his tread firm and vigorous. That he should have ever been given up as a dead man on account of heart trouble is hard to realize. However, he tells the following story:

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