"THE TONGUE OF THE CRAFTY."

From time to time there come to us from readers of the Sentinel letters which tell us that the cities in which the writers reside have been visited by itinerant impostors who, upon the strength of such plausible tales of destitution as are best suited to their purpose, have succeeded in victimizing Christian Scientists by borrowing money from them.

Some years ago we used to publish these letters in the Sentinel, or by giving descriptions of the impostors and their particular modes of enlisting sympathy endeavor to warn Christian Scientists against them ; but finding again and again that these efforts to save our readers from being imposed upon were largely ineffectual, the conclusion was reached that space in our crowded columns was too valuable to be thus wasted, and that some other method must be adopted if such fraudulent practices were to be stopped.

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DOING AND BEING
February 13, 1909
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