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Christian Science has produced a new type of woman
London Daily Mail
Christian Science has produced a new type of woman. She has no burning social grievances to ventilate, no political axes to grind, no unbecoming predilection for scanty skirts and mannish collars. Freedom from the worries which beset the average housewife makes for a clear, wrinkleless complexion and a well-set figure. To her children she presents a calm, unruffled front. Black draughts and blue pills never cloud the nursery atmosphere, for is not the chief tenet of her faith the uselessness of medicines and coddling? There is more than a touch of the Spartan mother about her. She cheerfully takes upon herself the onus of healing her babies' illnesses. No frantic summoning of the doctor, no experimental fads in hygiene, nothing of the modern mother's super-anxiety about the child-soul and child-body; believing what she does, it is natural that she should be a success commercially. All the qualities so foreign to the nature of the average woman, which she so successfully cultivates, make for a rapid mounting of the business ladder. The impediments of womanish emotion, feminine sensitiveness, and twentieth century nervousness cast aside, she steps serenely forward on her selfchosen path.—London Daily Mail.
An Instance of Mrs. Eddy's Acumen
HANSON W. WHEELER
Giving and Receiving
REV. WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE.
"We have only as we give."
IRA C. HUBBELL.
Giving to The Mother Church
FRANCES MACK MANN.
A Message from the Workshop
AGNES FLORIDA CHALMERS.
Salvation is not through Mere Belief
Christian Science in Denmark
At the National Military Home, Ohio
Lloyd B. Coate
A Morning Song
A. A. ALDRICH.
with contributions from J. W. Thomas, M. L. Cook, James S. Pritchett, A. C. Peter
"Progressing toward Unity."
Annie M. Knott
"As a little child."
JOHN B. WILLIS
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from ARTHUR REEVES VOSBURGH, R. S. KELLERMAN, SARAH D. HILL, WM.A. CHILDS, Magdalena Fleming, Virginia S. Hoefer, Jennie M. Dellano
From early girlhood I was considered an invalid, having...
Phebe L. Haines
From childhood I was subject to fainting spells, and from...
Mary E. Chamberlin
A few years ago I was very ill with appendicitis, and the...
About the year 1885 I began to have medical treatment...
Rachel Barrett Taylor
About three years ago I was led to accept the position of...
Seven years ago a dear friend, seeing my need, loaned...
Clara A. Gould
ALICE MORGAN HARRISON.
From our Exchanges
Arthur Chamberlain with contributions from Dean Hodges
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase