The Lectures

About every seat in the parquet and dress circle at the New Grand Opera House was filled last night (Tuesday, May 28) by the people of our city to listen to Judge William G. Ewing of Chicago, lecture on Christian Science.

The Judge arrived on the five o'clock evening train and was met by Mayor Corman and the editor of the Palladium, and driven to the home of Mr. Swallow, where he remained until nearly eight o'clock, when he was accompanied to the Opera House by Mayor Corman and the Hon. J. W. Kitchell.

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