First, I should like to say about the European Bureau...

First, I should like to say about the European Bureau of The Christian Science Publishing Society that it is an overseas department of The Christian Science Publishing Society; and while the greater part of its activities is connected with The Christian Science Monitor, still, year by year, the head office is finding more and more for us to do.

Visitors who come to London are often surprised to see how well The Christian Science Monitor is known there. They find, for instance, in all subway stations, on the news stands, posters with a legend such as "Let's See What the Monitor Says About It." It is sometimes contended that the Monitor must be stale when it reaches England, but that is one of those questions you can argue in all kinds of ways. I just want to say that most of us do not find it stale, and that I have proofs that the newspapers over there do not think of it as stale, and help themselves very freely from the Monitor articles when it suits them to do so.

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