"CONSISTENCY, THOU ART A JEWEL."

Some of the statements about Christian Scientists which are to be found in newspapers of the sensational school, would be entitled to a place in the "funny column" were it not that they deal with serious subjects. A case in point is the newspaper account of the passing away of a man who, according to the head-lines, "Tried Their Treatment After Doctor Had Given Him Up."

After giving the name and address of the physician who as long ago as last February pronounced the case incurable, the statement is made that the patient then turned to Christian Science. According to a member of his family, the patient was temporarily benefited by the treatment, but the reporter naively concludes his story thus: "The police of the — station have made no arrests."

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