THE LECTURES

The auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. was crowded to its capacity by an audience who listened with great interest to a lecture on Christian Science by Virgil O. Strickler. The speaker was introduced by Dr. Stewart, M.P.P., who said in part,—

It is a great pleasure for me to be present this evening to listen for the first time to an exponent of the Christian Science faith, and to have the honor of introducing the speaker of the evening. Although I am not of your belief, yet I am sure that I will have been well repaid for coming here tonight, as I know I shall receive something which will be of much benefit to me. No man invents his own religion; it is generally handed down to him from previous generations, and no man can keep his religion to himself. If it does not show in his conduct, it does not exist in his heart. If he has gotten in closer touch with God than many of those around him, it is his duty to tell of his benefits. And I am sure that after listening to the lecture tonight I shall have received something from your religion which will enable me to become a better citizen, a truer friend, and a more worthy gentleman.—Correspondence.

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