Dr. Jacobi ought to be cognizant of the fact that if the ...

New York (N. Y.) Tribune

Dr. Jacobi ought to be cognizant of the fact that if the physicians practising according to their various schools of materia medica were infallible, or were even successful in a majority of cases, there would be no such great demand for Christian Science treatment as exists today. Or does he claim for his fraternity of drug givers "divine right" to practise medicine according to their school and none other?

Will he still maintain, notwithstanding strong evidence to the contrary from members of his own fraternity, that his patients do not endow the drugs prescribed for them with the magical powers of Middle Age witchcraft, based on superstition, which powers inert matter cannot possibly possess except in the imagination? Can any observant, thinking, wide-awake human being profess to ignore this (Christian) Science as the greatest moral force of the centruy?

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