LECTURE IN THE MOTHER CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST

An appreciative audience which not only filled the five thousands seats of the new auditorium of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, but likewise all the available standing-room, listened with close attention to the lecture delivered Tuesday evening, Oct. 16, by Prof. Hermann S. Hering, C.S.B. The seats on the main floor were filled before quarter past seven, and quarter of an hour later every seat in the gaileries had been taken. Many persons who could not obtain even standing-room went away. The lecturer was introduced by William D. McCrackan, M.A., C.S.B., First Reader of The Mother Church of Christ, Scientist, who spoke as follows:—

Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends:—I suppose it is fair to assume that most of us would like to be better, healthier, and happier,—in a word, more harmonious than we now find ourselves to be. Among the five thousand and more persons present here to-night it is likely that the majority at least feel that there is room for improvement in themselves or in their surrounding conditions of life. Some of us, I have no doubt, feel the need of a change for the better to be urgent, if not desperate.

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