THE LECTURES

The Christian Science church was well filled Sunday evening [Dec. 5] for the lecture by the Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk of St. Louis, Mo., among Mr. Buskirk's hearers being several Christian Scientists from Manchester and Boston. The speaker gave a clear exposition of the teachings of Christian Science and his words were given close attention. Judge James W. Remick introduced Mr. Buskirk in these words:—

I am glad to stand here this evening in this beautiful temple, the gift of one of the world's most remarkable women to the Cause to which she has devoted her life and in a sense to the city she loves, and standing here present a distinguished exponent of the religious philosophy known as Christian Science. Whatever may be said for or against this philosophy, it has been accepted by hosts of men and women of the highest character and intelligence, and the sweetness of their lives is the best tribute to their religion. Certainly the ideal, that to be spiritually perfect is to be physically well cannot but make for a nobler humanity and a better and happier world.

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