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Most unprejudiced people will note with satisfaction that...
Chicago (III.) Post
Most unprejudiced people will note with satisfaction that the New Hampshire supreme court has upheld in one most important particular the legal validity of the will by which Mrs. Eddy left her personal fortune to the Christian Science church. The attack made on the will, after there had been ante-mortem settlements, has never been regarded with public sympathy, irrespective of any religious question involved.
VICTORY OVER TEMPER
M. G. KAINS, M.S.
THE LITTLE CHILD
LOUISE F. D. SPOOR.
EMILY JOHNSON JONES
Your note on the Christian Science publishing house in...
In your editorial of recent date, entitled "Mind Over...
Warwick L. Tyler
Christian Science is not based upon the human mind as...
In the issue of the State Journal for Jan. 29 appeared a...
Royal D. Steams
The admonition which the Master gave is still in force,...
William S. Campbell
A leading article in a late issue, on the women's page,...
A. W. Mainland
"HE THAT SEEKETH FINDETH"
THE LARGER INDEPENDENCE
John B. Willis
THE RIGHT ANSWER
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Frank C. Hills, Marshall Livingston Perrin, Earl F. Phelps, J. Bouldin Rector, C. K. Raber, Samuel H. Woodson
It is with deep gratitude that I tell of my wonderful...
Mildred Willis Kelley with contributions from Edward Niles Kelley
Christian Science has helped me so often and in so many...
Marguerite Marie Deutschendorff with contributions from Mary C. Deutschendorff
I am very thankful to our heavenly Father for His...
W. J. McLean
For a long time I have felt that I should express my...
Alida A. Baxter
I can never feel too grateful for what Christian Science...
I wish to express my gratitude to God, also to our dear...
Sarah A. Brooks
Four years ago Christian Science healed me of eye...
"I SHALL BE SATISFIED"
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from John F. Carson