The Lectures

Persons who went to the Grand Opera House, and there were hundreds of them yesterday afternoon (Sunday, July I), were repaid by hearing as pleasing an address as has been delivered here for a long time. The speaker was Mrs. Annie M. Knott of Detroit, who has gained a wide reputation as an advocate of the doctrine of Christian Science.

Mrs. Knott was introduced by Mayor Dunlap, and at once won her way to the hearts of her auditors. She is a lady of pleasing appearance and gentle voice, and talks with a quiet earnestness that at once impresses her hearer that she believes firmly in her theme, and that that belief is not born of fanaticism or prejudice.

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