State legislatures are at work grinding out the usual season's grist of laws.
The health department of Chicago was not established primarily to frighten people to death, and perhaps that is not its present intention, but the effects of its germ bulletins upon sensitive natures must be exceedingly shocking.
"If the courts listen to the devotees of any given school of physicians, nothing short of the services of such a physician will answer the requirements of the law.
The corner-stone of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of San Diego, Cal.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The Boston Herald of Sunday, March 5, contained a very interesting symposium based upon President Roosevelt's message on divorce, recently sent to the Senate and House of Representatives.
The following excerpts are from an article written by a reporter for The New York Herald and published in last Sunday's issue of that paper.
What an indefinite, fleeting, intangible thing is a rumor; how fast it travels, and how it grows and assumes shape and the forms of truth as it progresses.
About two years ago, I was attacked with a disease which seemed to threaten physical and mental destruction.
Six years ago last September, I was feeling very despondent, having had a bad attack of nervous dyspepsia and insomnia, an ailment I had had for about ten years.
It is not easy to explain to myself why I have so long withheld a public expression of my gratitude for all the blessings that have come to me through Christian Science.
About twelve years ago a dear friend loaned me Science and Health and I was greatly impressed with it.
Having received so much help from Christian Science, I would like to give expression to my thankfulness to God, and also to Mrs.
Years ago, while reading in the Bible, I came across the 91st Psalm, and was impressed with the richness of its promises.
I first heard of Christian Science from a dear neighbor about a year ago.
Last January, I sought Christian Science treatment for deafness, from which I had suffered at intervals for years, as the result of severe catarrhal colds.
I want to state that I did not come to Christian Science to be healed.
The sentinel at the post of duty reminds me of negligence in sending my testimony, to tell of blessings received in Christian Science.
I have felt for some time that I should like to tell of some of the things which Christian Science has done for our family.
On arriving at my daily work one morning, I seemed to be under a sense of great discouragement, with perplexities and difficulties on every hand, when I saw that the Sentinel had come.
I give my testimony with a grateful heart for all the blessings I have received through Christian Science.
I would like to relate a proof of the power of Love.
I am writing this to let others know how Science has helped me and how it can help them, if they want to be helped.
When in sickness, want, and woe,Wand'ring from my Father's home,Wilful oft, I answered, "No,"To His loving, patient "Come,Come, my child, your wand'rings cease.
We simply call attention to the fact that this "peace of justice," quick to avenge insults, which makes a strong nation at once the judge and jury and executioner in its own suit, and spends more on the machinery of military force than on all measures of public service combined, is not the kind of peace for which Christmas Day is set to remind us.
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