THE LECTURES

The auditorium of the Carnegie library was well filled by an audience of representative culture, gathered to hear Judge Clifford P. Smith, a Christian Science lecturer. Judge Smith was introduced by Mayor Ben Yancey, who said in part,—

Since the dawn of creation, religion in some form or phase has held the attention, the awe, the reverence, of every nation, of every people, in every age and clime. That religion may have been founded upon the basest concepts of idolatry and paganism; it may have nestled in birth among the sublime and lofty heights of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, but it is a wonderful commentary upon the trend of religious history that in no instance has that religion failed to be the stepping-stone to a higher moral and physical uplift and development in the life of a nation.

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