The Lectures

Last Friday evening, April 7, Athletic Club Hall was filled with an enthusiastic audience which had gathered to hear Mr. Edward A. Kimball of Chicago lecture on Christian Science. The gentleman gave an earnest and convincing exposition of Christian Science, which was listened to throughout with closest attention. Mr. Loring B. Doe presided, and in introducing Mr. Kimball said,—

The honor of introducing the speaker of the evening has been conferred upon me and I consider it an honor to preside over this meeting, for it represents a philosophy wholly good and upheld and honored by the best thinking and most intelligent classes. A few years ago I would have declined to preside at a Christian Science meeting. I have, however, of late seen so much of good included in its teachings and practice, resulting in the bringing into the everyday life of men and women the aid of the Divine in human life, that I now regard it as a pleasure to so preside.

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