Judge Septimus J. Hanna lectured on Christian Science at Cripple Creek, Col., July 22. He was introduced by Charles Walden of Victor, who said in part:—

I stand here before you as one who has tested Christian Science in his domestic life and in his business, and always found it a great benefit and never wanting. I desire to say it is my sincere conviction that Christian Science is the religion of truth, based and built upon the rock Christ. No matter what a man has been, no matter how forlorn, friendless, and hopeless he has become, he finds his true self again in Christian Science. If I had to state briefly what Christian Science is, I would say it is simply the teachings of Jesus put into practice. There is nothing new in Christian Science: it is but the discovery of the truth our Master taught. It is the light which lighteth all men. It is the religion which appeals to business men, which gives them rest, comfort, and peace and shows them that it is not only possible but profitable to apply the Golden Rule in all our affairs, under all circumstances, all conditions, at all times, and in all ways. It is the religion that gives to all mankind, health, peace, harmony, happiness, and prosperity.—Correspondence.

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