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UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER OF "NEXT FRIENDS"
The suit commenced on March 1, 1907, in the name of Mrs. Eddy by so-called "next friends," but without her knowledge or consent, came to a sudden termination on Wednesday last, when the counsel for these "next friends" not only abandoned the proceedings before Judge Edgar Aldrich, Hon. Hosea W. Parker, and Dr. George F. Jelly, masters appointed by Judge Chamberlin to determine Mrs. Eddy's competency to manage her business affairs, but also filed a voluntary motion for the dismissal of the suit itself. The following is a full transcript of the proceedings of Wednesday (Aug. 21), the sixth day of the hearing:—
Judge Aldrich.—What next, gentlemen?
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Mary Bridgers, W. A. Boswell, Jessie B. Richmond, F. H. Macfarlane, Jeannette A. Becker, Per C. J. Geyer, Lloyd B. Coate, Mary B. Pepperman, W. Greenie Burson, Stephen J. Sykes, Charles F. Williams, Gertrude H. Johnstone, Elizabeth Winter Watts, John Davies, Grace Callahan, Charles V. Winn
with contributions from George L. Putnam, J. W. Sparks
Two years ago at this very time, God sent to me the...
Iac. J. Lossius
After suffering fifteen years under medical treatment...
Minnie M. Foley with contributions from John H. Questel
Mrs. Eddy says, "A just acknowledgment of Truth...
J. W. Minnich
From my earliest recollection I had never been free from...
Angeline H. Towle
I first heard of Christian Science in 1887
Nettie Y. Coyle
Knowing as I do that I have so much to be thankful for...
Eugenie M. B. Mann
The old story of coming reluctantly to Christian Science...
Blanche Johnson Butzow
THAT WAR MAY CEASE
HELEN S. EVANS
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from J. B., J. B. Silcox