[In connection with the press and distribution work in Denver three copies of The Christian Science Monitor are being sent daily to the county jail. None of the officials are Christian Scientists, but the following letter from one of them indicates clearly that the leaven of Truth is working through the Monitor.—Editor.]

County Jail, Denver, Col., Dec. 11, 1909.
Mrs. J. Anna Barnard, Denver, Col.

Dear Madam:—Just a few lines, to say that we of the above institution find in the Monitor a long-felt want, especially for a place of confinement such as this, where the inmates can become conversant with current topics, both local and foreign, without confronting garish head-lines—featured murder cases, and elaborated divorce proceedings, etc. It gives those who are familiar with, or perhaps principals, in the foregoing cases, an insight to the better happenings without being compelled to peruse the criminal history of the past twenty-four hours. The rational condensed version of daily events, together with its fair, impartial review of matters political and questions of national import, makes The Christian Science Monitor the most desired daily reaching us at this time.

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