The Lectures

Detroit Opera House held an interested audience yesterday afternoon (Monday, April 9) to listen to the free lecture by Edward A. Kimball, C.S.D., of Chicago, an expounder of the doctrines, promises, and accomplishments of the Christian Science faith. Every seat in the parquet and first balcony, as well as in the boxes was taken and many people had to remain standing during the two hours of the lecture. Mr. Kimball is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

The lecturer appeared upon the flower-bedecked stage accompanied by Judge Alfred J. Murphy, who made a graceful speech of introduction. Judge Murphy acknowledged the honor he felt upon being selected for such a purpose by people with whom he had little acquaintance, but admitted that in these days of broad thought and wide tolerance no man can afford to set himself above his fellows, no matter how far he might differ in opinion and belief.

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