The Lectures

Edward A. Kimball of Chicago, lectured Wednesday, June 28, to a large audience on Christian Science. It was given under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the church edifice corner of Fourteenth and K Streets. His object was to enlighten people on the true meaning of Christian Science. Hon. E. E. Brown, a prominent lawyer and banker of the city, presided at the meeting, and introduced the speaker by a few remarks as follows :—

Ladies and Gentlemen:—When I accepted the invitation extended to me by the ladies of this congregation, to be present on this occasion and introduce the speaker of the evening, my only regret was my ignorance of the subject we have assembled to hear discussed, and owing to pressing business engagements, I should be unable to give any thought to what I might be expected to say concerning it.

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