MISREPRESENTATION CONDEMNED

The very general protest which has followed the recent publication of false and sensational reports regarding our Leader, Mrs. Eddy, is a hopeful sign of the times, inasmuch as it indicates that a spirit of fair play and decency animates the newspapers of the country, notwithstanding the methods used by some few sensational journal. Under the caption. "Editorial Comment," we are printing in this issue a number of editorials from papers widely distributed throughout the United States, which leave no doubt of the security of Mrs. Eddy's position in public esteem, and the general abhorrence of such means as have been employed in the latest efforts to misrepresent her and her work.

We believe the following excerpt from an editorial in the Pasadena, Cal., News to be typical of the way in which such methods of journalism are regarded by newspaper men in general, and from other comment that we have heard there is no doubt that newspaper readers share the same view. The News says:—

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November 10, 1906
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