The Lectures

On Sunday afternoon, June 30, a large and attentive audience filled Tootle Theatre, in spite of the intense heat, and listened closely to a lecture by Judge William G. Ewing for an hour and a half, given under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist. The speaker was introduced by the First Reader, Charles M. Howe, C.S.D., who spoke as follows:—

Friends:— It may seem a matter of wonderment to some, that so large and intelligent an audience should gather here this afternoon, under such trying circumstances to listen to a lecture on Christian Science, yet it only shows the great and increasing interest that is being manifested all over our land in this all-important subject, which concerns, more than all others, the welfare of mankind.

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