The Lectures

Over five hundred Snohomish people attended the Christian Science lecture given at Eagles' Hall by Bicknell Young. Mayor W. O. Dolsen was chairman of the meeting, and introduced the speaker of the evening as follows:—

The history of the progress of the human race is a record of small successes and many failures, proportioned according to the degree of the essential element of truth back of the problems with which mankind has had to contend. Since the dawn of civilization, humanity has instinctively realized that truth is the only foundation upon which we may safely erect our temporal and spiritual edifices, and with this idea predominant, we have searched and investigated theories and dogmas and doctrines, gleaning a grain of truth from a mass of chaff, gathering "here a little, and there a little," of that which in its full fruition will set us truly free.

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