In a recent issue of your paper appears an account of the...

Weltmer's Magazine

In a recent issue of your paper appears an account of the cure of an inmate of the Wisconsin School for the Blind at Janesville, Wisconsin, the girl having recovered to a very large degree both sight and hearing after having been pronounced totally deaf and blind. The article in question states that she was cured by suggestion. Several reports of this case appeared in the Milwaukee Sentinel and stated that the girl attributed her recovery to the power of God exercised through the work of a Christian Science practitioner under whose care she was when the recovery took place. It is a well-known and widely accepted fact that Christian Science treatment has nothing in common with the mental effort known as therapeutic suggestion.

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October 25, 1924

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