The Lectures

Mr. Edward A. Kimball, C.S.D., of Chicago, lectured at Melvin, Ill., Thursday, January 30. This is a small place but a large audience attended the lecture. Mr. Kimball was introduced by the Rev. I. A. Shanton, D.D., pastor of the First Congregational Church, in the following words:—

This is an age of expansion,—expansion in things and matters material, political, intellectual, moral, spiritual,—an era of universal evolution from things lower to things higher, of things smaller to things larger, of things human into things divine. We do not occupy the vantage ground of our fathers, even though they were a noble and illustrious ancestry.

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