Among the Churches

The following account of the progress of Christian Science in the City of Mexico, is taken from a letter written by Edward C. Butler to a friend in the United States:—

"That Christian Science has foothold in Mexico I think I can establish by citing a few facts. A year ago when the first service was held in the Jardin Hotel, in the rooms of Mr. and Mrs. Adam H. Dickey, of Kansas City, there were but four of us present, and for months, when the services were continued in our own home, we only had at most half-a-dozen people present. Our attendance is now from fifteen to forty. We have our own Hall and Reading Room, with all our expenses to date paid in advance. Our expenses are small, of course, but even then we owe no man.

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