which was a great help.
They played several times.
I introduced C. G. Ames
, who made a prayer.
My opening address followed.
, and Anagnos
made the most important addresses.
As the band played ‘America,’ a young Greek
came in, bearing the Greek flag, which had quite a dramatic effect.
The meeting was enthusiastic and the contribution unusual for such a meeting, three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and odd cents.
Thank God for this success.”
. .. . Head desperately bad in the morning
. .. Have done no good work to-day, brain being unserviceable.
Did, however, begin a short screed for my speech at Unitarian Festival.”
“The Round Table was most interesting.
Rev. S. J. Barrows
read a carefully studied monograph of the Greek struggle for liberty.
, of the Art Museum, spoke mostly of the present desperate need.
I think I was called next.
I characterized the Turks as almost “ferae naturae.
Spoke of the low level of European
Said that we must fall back upon the ethical people, but hope for a general world movement making necessary the adoption of a higher level of international relation — look to the religious world to uphold the principle that no religion can henceforth be allowed to propagate itself by bloodshed.”
. A lecture at Westerly
, Rhode Island
.... My lameness made the ascent of steps and stairs very painful....”
. Heard a delightful French Conference ”