The Lectures

At Parsons' Theatre, Sunday afternoon [March 19] Bicknell Young of Chicago delivered an address on Christian Science. At the hour appointed for the lecture, every seat in the theatre was taken. Mr. Young was introduced by Mayor William F. Henney, who spoke as follows:—

I am not a Christian Scientist, but a Presbyterian. As to whether there is anything incompatible in the two, I am not sufficiently informed of Christian Science teaching and practice to hazard an opinion. It is due to you and to myself, however, that I should say this much, as I have no desire to sail under false colors. I am here this afternoon, as I trust you are, to listen and to learn.

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