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The Christian Science Monitor
[A correspondent of Mont Blanc, a journal published in the valley of Aosta, Italy, contributed to the issue of Dec. 29, 1911, the following article, the inspiration of which was The Christian Science Monitor. The accompanying English translation of the article is published as showing in some measure the interest the Monitor is awakening in all countries.]
One of our correspondents writes: It appears that the Journal de Geneve has afforded considerable pleasure to its readers by publishing an article criticizing in a most impartial manner the Italian-Turkish war. Whoever is able to read a little English can derive this same pleasure by scanning the well-filled columns of The Christian Science Monitor, published in Boston, America.
BLANCHE HERSEY HOGUE.
THE CURE OF WANT AND FEAR
REV. RICHARDS WOOLFENDEN.
"ABIDING IN THE FIELD"
A. B. FICHTER.
A GRATEFUL TRIBUTE
THE SPRINGTIME OF TRUTH
F. MAUD BROWN.
KATHARINE J. SMITH.
A story on the subject of Christian Science has been...
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
A SURFEIT OF CIRCULARS
WAR AND PEACE
John B. Willis
BELIEF AND UNDERSTANDING
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Moritz Weber, Samuel P. Lovett, Elisha B. Seeley, P. M. McReynolds, A. J. Thome
If my expression of thanks will help any other pilgrim...
Juanita W. Porter
In the year 1893 I visited the World's fair in Chicago...
W. C. Whitcher
I would like to express my gratitude for Christian Science...
Martha T. Beebe
One day I came to the city to see a doctor, but could not...
S. C. Williams
Christian Science came into my life over four years ago
C. M. Hansen with contributions from C. M. Hansen
Through the heartfelt desire to acknowledge what Christian Science...
Edith Hall Eversole with contributions from Anna Hall
Like a great many others, I have good reason to be deeply...
L. M. McGregor
Last winter I had a felon on my thumb which caused me...
I. Marie Jorgensen
ROBERT DE BRUCE.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Joseph H. Bradley, R. J. Campbell, P. T. Forsyth, John H. Acton