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Items of Interest
The memorial arch erected to the memory of the thirteen missionaries of the American Board of Boston, who suffered matyrdom in China in 1900 was dedicated at Oberlin last week. Oberlin was selected as the place for this memorial because the majority of the missionaries were alumni of the college. The memorial is located on the. Oberlin College campus. The arch spans the walk, and through it each day passes the larger part of the student body of Oberlin College. The corner-stone was laid October 16, 1902.
The arch is a magnificent structure of buff Indiana limestone. The central arch has on either side a colonnade of six monoliths, extending out about fifty feet, terminating in heavy, square pillars, surmounted by bronze torches bearing electric lights. On each side of the archway, which is about ten feet wide by eighteen feet high, are placed two bronze tablets, illuminated at night by groups of incandescent electric lights, and containing the names of the martyred missionaries.
E. H. CARMAN
A Declaration of Rights
ALBERT E. MILLER
Christian Science not Gnosticism
W. D. McCRACKAN
One Day at a Time
WILLIAM H. JENNINGS
The Great Seal
EDNA WADSWORTH HUDSON with contributions from HENRY WILDER FOOTE
MARY IRVING KEITH with contributions from DEAN STANLEY
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
What Have we Done To-day
NIXON WATERMAN with contributions from ERNEST RENAN
The Need of Knowing the Truth
G. C. KINSMAN.
As a Man Thinketh
HANSON W. WHEELER.
Take up the Cross
GERTRUDE M. BRADLEY.
A. C. H.
with contributions from Adolph Rossbach, Carrie Loring, H. W. Hoyt, Arthur E. Jennings
When the subject of Christian Science was presented to...
E. A. HALES with contributions from C. G. READ
with contributions from STEPHEN A. CHASE
with contributions from HOPE WEST, MYRON W. HAYNES, DOLAN, GEORGE C. LORIMER, WAYLAND HOYT, C. H. SPURGEON, DAVID GREGG, J. R. MILLER