One hardly looks to a religious organization for striking...

Los Angeles (Cal.) Herald

One hardly looks to a religious organization for striking enterprise in the newspaper world, and the achievements of the Christian Science body in this respect are therefore quite unique. Two years ago The Christian Science Monitor, a secular daily, was started in Boston as a national newspaper. As such it had no chart or compass in the world of journalism. It had to work out its own ideas of what such a journal should be, as well as its own destiny in a business way.

How well it has succeeded as a pioneer is well known in the profession, at least. It has already become one of the foremost dailies in the country in every essential respect, and is one of the most quoted, as it is one of the most quotable, papers anywhere. A recent number at hand contains thirty-two pages. In October the Monitor established a complete plant at the Mechanics exposition at Boston and issued a miniature replica of its usual edition daily.

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