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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FEES.

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FEES. At an inquest at Worthing on Tuesday on Mrs. Lilian Elizabeth Harper, who died sud- denly on Saturday from hemorrhage of the lungs, some remarkable evidence was beard. She had suffered from consumption for five years, and until Easter had taken medicine prescribed by a London specialist. On the advice of a sister she then consulted a local Christian Scientist, with whom arrange- ments were made for a course of Christian Science treatment. This treatment, the Christian Scientist said, consisted of prayers twice daily, for which 5s. a week was paid by the sister. The regular fee for Christian Science treatment was a guinea a week. In returning a verdict of "Death from natural causes," the jury said that the prac- tice of Christian Science, especially in cases of serious disease, was greatly to be depre- cated, and, further, that the taking of money for treatment was un-Christian.

SMASH-UP IN STOLEN MOTOR.

KIDNAPPING TRAGEDY. ,

TENEMENT TENANTS AND THE VOTE

BANKNOTE CHOKES DRAINPIPE.

A TRAVELING SAVINGS BANK.

MURDERED HIS SWEETHEART --eo

NO VOTES FOR MINISTERS.

MOUSTACHES BANNEft.

TWO DAYS—TWO YEARS.

EPITOME OF NEWS. j \ ■ '*»•…

£21 A "SWEET NOTHING."

MOTOR-BOAT ON FIRE.

BURIED IN HER ROCKING CHAIR,

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