Regarding a Recent By-law

The following editorial comment in the Troy (N. Y.) Press is a timely and proper rebuke, not only to those newspapers which have commented upon the recently published By-law, in the manner indicated, but also to those persons whose conduct in the past has made such a By-law necessary. The editorial is to the point, and the writer of it has our thanks.

"A great many of our contemporaries have discussed Mrs. Eddy's very reasonable request, and almost invariably in a would-be humorous and derisive vein. The matter of gallantry, decency, and courtesy involved seems to have been entirely overlooked in a silly attempt to heap ridicule upon this venerable woman.

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Symbol and Substance
July 23, 1904
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