Mrs. Conger and the Empress of China

The Independent

There have been stories printed to the effect that, while her husband was United States Minister at Peking, Mrs. Conger devoted herself to the effort to make a convert to Christian Science of the Empress of China. That story may be dismissed since the publication of the correspondence between Mrs. Eddy and Mrs. Conger on the subject. It is a long and charming letter which Mrs. Conger writes to Mrs. Eddy, published in the Christian Science Sentinel; and we learn from it that the only woman's daily paper in the world is published in Peking.—The Independent.

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A Right to Health and Happiness
June 2, 1906

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