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The nineteenth century in America produced two extraordinary...
Houston (Tex.) Chronicle
The nineteenth century in America produced two extraordinary women—world characters and time conquerors—Frances E. Willard and Mary Baker Eddy. Frances E. Willard, the apostle of temperance, stands in shining white marble among the soldiers, inventors, discoverers, and statesmen in Statuary Hall, the American Pantheon in the capitol at Washington. Strangely significant is that single female figure, with uplifted, shining brow, symbol of purity and peace, among the stalwart figures of the continent's foremost fighting men.
Not less but more significant is the position achieved, in her own lifetime, by Mary Baker Eddy, for she, the Founder of one of the world's great religions, has proven herself to be the greatest woman alive and one of the greatest that ever lived. The mother of the Christian Science Church seems certain, surviving the wrath and wrack of time as the slow centuries recede, to become one of the gigantic figures in the world's Pantheon.
A CHANGE OF RAIMENT
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
"AS ONE WHOM HIS MOTHER COMFORTETH."
JEANIE C. E. ANDREWS.
W. J. MARTINE.
HILDA P. HELLGREN.
MARY I. MESECHRE.
It is never possible to be perfectly sure what an individual...
Mr. Chesterton is quoted by our critic as saying: "To...
George Shaw Cook
What Mrs. Eddy has done for humanity is to reveal and...
John L. Rendall
with contributions from Fr. Angelo, W. D. Sweet, A. P. De Camp, M. L. Williams
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"NOT IN THE EARTHQUAKE."
Annie M. Knott
THE MEANS OF CURE
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Nina Eckstein, W. G. Smith, Lydia Cummins, J. D. Ritter, Sylvia Tilton, M. Biggs, W. R. Wilson, Dora I. Welch, Annie Wilson, Annie Newcombe, R. E. Wilson, Florence H. Barber, M. K. Banning, John T. Neu, Henry Jewett
THE BETTER PART
H. OLIVER WISE
If there is one who doubts that Christian Science does...
James A. Hemingway
I gladly give my testimony to all the benefits received...
Mariane N. Hansen
In grateful acknowledgment for the many blessings...
Mary L. Howard
I have kept silence much longer than I should have done,...
Charles O. Hanson
I have found that although the people who I knew had...
Lottie J. MacGregor
I wish to tell of the wonderful healing that has come to...
Ella Ledonia Jackson
We have had some very wonderful demonstrations made...
Georgie L. Carlisle
I am very grateful for what Christian Science has done...
Amelia B. Springer
I am grateful for what Christian Science has done for...
Several months ago I was greatly helped by Christian Science....
In the spring of 1907 I was laid up with a severe attack...
Fred E. Johnke
"GREATER WORKS THAN THESE."
CASSIUS M. LOOMIS.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from John Haynes Holmes, Charles P. MacGregor, T. Rhondda Williams