RESULTS DEMANDED

In last week's issue of the Sentinel we quoted an editorial from the Philadelphia Public Ledger concerning the prosecution of some Christian Scientists in New Jersey, and in commenting upon the case we said that "such prosecutions are always based upon the fallacy that the attendance of a physician—whether he administers drugs or does not do so—is the one thing essential to the recovery of the patient. Were physicians invariably successful in healing those to whom they are called there might be some reason for this belief, but no one knows better than the conscientious physician that he is constantly in the presence of what is to him incurable disease."

That this is becoming the view of those who are not Christian Scientists is shown by an editorial in the Pasadena (Cal.) News, from which we quote as follows:—

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