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In the city of Boston the initial step has been taken in...
Los Angeles (Cal.) Record
In the city of Boston the initial step has been taken in a movement that promises to be of great interest to the makers and the readers of newspapers the world over. This step was the launching of a daily paper that is to be absolutely clean in every way, and to avoid all sensational exploitation of scandals and news of crime that might tend to degrade rather than uplift the world.
The name of the new paper is The Christian Science Monitor, and it is published by The Christian Science Publishing Society. Its mission is to publish the real news of the world in a clean, wholesome manner, devoid of the sensational methods employed by so many newspapers. There is no exploitation or illustration of vice and crime, but the aim of the editors is to issue a paper that will be welcomed in every home where purity and refinement are cherished ideals. The Monitor contains, in addition to the usual news feature, special departments which make it appeal to good men and women everywhere who are interested in the betterment of all human conditions and the moral and spiritual advancement of the race.
THE EXCUSE-MAKING HABIT
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
"HOW SHALL WE ESCAPE?"
MARY E. BOVET.
THE UNDIVIDED GARMENT
ALTA P. HOWELL.
THE HOLY CITY
LUMAN A. FIELD.
WILLIAM HART SPENCER.
JOHN F. FORTH.
"LORD, I BELIEVE."
GERTRUDE RING HOMANS.
A clergyman is credited with taking the following text...
Charles K. Skinner
The critic declares that "the therapeutic benefits which...
Herbert M. Beck
with contributions from A. J. Spengel, C. B. Ratzlaff, H. C. V. Peebles, John Greenleaf Whittier
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"THE TONGUE OF THE CRAFTY."
DOING AND BEING
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Frank W. Gale, Daisette D. S. McKenzie, Annie C. Bridgers, Bertha Traband Myers, Daniel M. Myers, Helen McCoy Fritton, William C. Off, Mary C. MacOwan, Jenny A. Pamperin, Annie May Bell
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from M. A. Sontag
THE NEW BIRTHDAY
Of the many blessings which have come to me through...
Anna S. Roberts
In May, 1904, I first turned to Christian Science
It is eighteen years since I first heard of Christian Science...
Joseph W. Thompson with contributions from S. A. Saunderson
With a heart full of gratitude I should like to give a...
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings...
One of the many beautiful proofs of Truth's omnipresence...
Jerita V. Blair
It now seems hardly possible to me that one can read...
Charlotte Molthop Vierling
It is with a thankful heart that I write this, hoping it...
Nannie J. Chesser
For ten years prior to turning to Christian Science I...
Elizabeth B. Githens
In February, 1907, I was attacked by a most unnatural...
Jennie W. Holroyd
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from R. J. Campbell