Christian Scientists Deny Certain Reports

CHARGES MADE TWO YEARS AGO ARE DECLARED UNFOUNDED AND ARGUMENT IS MADE TO SUSTAIN THE GROUNDS.

To the Editor.

At no better time than now, when the whole country is recognizing the steady progress of Christian Science and admitting its interest in the movement as shown by the fair attitude of the press everywhere, could we ask you to give your readers the following communication. It will put before them some interesting facts concerning Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy and some incidents of her life in North and South Carolina, which might not have been known but for a criticism derogatory to the character of this good woman, which was published in your paper in August, 1901.

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