The Lectures

An audience that filled to its utmost capacity the beautiful auditorium of First Church of Christ, Scientist, last evening [April 2], greeted the lecturer, Mr. Frank H. Leonard of Brooklyn, N. Y. The lecture was repeated the following evening at the same place. Mr. Charles J. Adams, a prominent business man of this city, introduced the lecturer as follows:—

The desire of every enlightened citizen is to be progressive. The command of "Forward—march" is ever sounding in our ears. Our eyes are constantly beholding the step forward of our brother, sister, or neighbor. We feel the inspiration of this advancing movement and realize the necessity ourselves of keeping pace witht the times. Every wellinformed person will give some consideration to that thought which appeals to his fellow-men, especially that thought which has been weighted in the balance and not found wanting. In considering such subject I believe you will agree with me that it is better to go to adherents rather than to its opponents.

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