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A WONDERFUL WOMAN
Pittsburg (Pa.) Leader
There was nothing to startle the world in the brief item of news that came out of Brookline, Mass., yesterday, announcing that Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Founder and Leader of the Christian Science denomination, was quietly observing the eighty-ninth anniversary of her birth, surrounded by a few friends at her modest home.
The item itself was characteristic of the subject. Probably Mrs. Eddy herself would have preferred that nothing at all be said about it.
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
A PILGRIM SONG
MAN'S TRUE INDIVIDUALITY
ANNE ELIZABETH JENKINS.
GETTING RID OF DIFFICULTIES
WILLIAM HART SPENCER.
You write that the followers of every religion have...
"Layman" says, "Our very senses affirm matter to be...
Edward W. Dickey
The building of splendid edifices in which to worship God...
James D. Sherwood
The influence of Christian Science supplants one's desire...
The editorial in regard to mental healing presents some...
In a letter referring to Christian Science, the writer...
Charles W. J. Tennant
Christian Scientists recognize that to the human sense...
John L. Rendall
MORE THAN A "CURE-ALL."
"DO THYSELF NO HARM."
Annie M. Knott
"NOT ACCORDING TO THE APPEARANCE."
John B. Willis
with contributions from Arthur L. Foote, J. A. Carson, C. F. Wieland, F. Dumont Smith, Anna Louise Norris Clark, J. B. Whitaker, Walter Wilding
I was said to have been born with what doctors and...
Ada B. Charman
Nearly two years ago I was healed absolutely and almost...
Thomas H. Smith with contributions from H. L. Semmig
For several years it has been my desire to express...
Abbie D. Kinsman with contributions from Alice C. Clark
The time has come when I feel that I would forfeit my...
Mary Belle Little
It is over eleven years since Christian Science was first...
Celina C. Phillips
It is with gratitude and joy that I endeavor to express...
Fred R. Rhodes
JOSEPHINE HEERMANS GREENWOOD
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Charles S. Kay