HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE

We quote the following from an interesting article by Rex G. White in The Kansas City Spirit:—

Kansas City has found that Christian Scientists are an exceptionally interesting class of people and that they are generally admired and esteemed. That they have done incalculable good and are among our most worthy citizens who are a power for the elevation of the community, passes unchallenged. Whether they are right or wrong in theory and tenet, they have compelled acknowledgment of their past good works, which, if taken as an earnest of the future, must likewise force the confession that they are a factor for the higher development of the people, and, remembering early struggles, give thanks to the little white-haired woman back in New England, whose devotion to her Cause has enabled many of us still to greet some friend or relative who otherwise would have long since been in his or her grave. No woman since the world began has had a greater, more loving or loyal following than Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, and none have deserved more.

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September 12, 1908
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