Consumption has been Cured

Mr. John White of Philadelphia, publishes the following letter in a recent number of The Philadelphia Times:—

The following is an extract from a letter sent by Miss Florence Staley to Rev. Russell H. Conwell, which she has authorized me to publish:—

"Dear Sir:— I noticed with pleasure the article in The Philadelphia Times reporting your favorable attitude toward Christian Science and toward Rev. Mary Baker Eddy. I have been benefited in many ways by Christian Science, and it is gratifying to note that you, with your wide influence, can commend such an uplifting teaching. There is one remark, however, in the report in Monday morning's Times to which I must take exception, and it is where you say consumption cannot be cured, and that diseased lungs cannot be replaced by sound and healthy ones. I myself have been healed of consumption, after my case was deemed helpless and hopeless by several physicians, and a famous lung specialist of this city had said the cavity in one of my lungs was as large as his fist.

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