"THE LABORER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE"

Notwithstanding the smallness of the charges made by Christian Science practitioners for work done by them for their patients, there has been more or less assertion and innuendo, by those who do not know the facts, that Christian Scientists are mercenary, and a letter recently published in the New York Sun made this misstatement. We are glad to see that The Sun has opened its columns to a letter from a lady who denies this charge and proves its untruth from her own case.

This lady, although not a Christian Scientist, writes from the experience of one who has been healed through Christian Science of a so-called incurable disease. The disease from which she suffered was a form of rheumatism, and as eminent doctors were consulted, including one whom she describes as "the best diagnostician of Chicago," there seems to be no question about the type of disease or its seriousness, according to medical standards. We quote from this letter as follows:—

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September 15, 1906
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