The Lectures

A large audience responded to the invitation to the lecture given by Edward A. Kimball of Chicago, on Christian Science, last Monday evening (September 30). By request, Mr. H. B. Hudson introduced the speaker in the following well-chosen words:—

Friends and Fellow-Citizens:—In entering upon the very pleasant duty assigned me this evening, for the honor of which I return my thanks, what I may say to you will be said purely as a citizen. I trust I am interested alike with you and with all good men and women everywhere in the administration of good laws and the erection of a standard of morals, which, if lived up to, will make us good citizens—give to us good society.

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