THE LECTURES

There was a crowded audience in the Rochdale Town Hall on Monday evening [Nov. 4] to hear a lecture on Christian Science by the Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk of St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. Lieutenant Colonel Hobart of Liverpool, who spoke at a Rochdale meeting about a year ago, presided. He declared that Christian Science could heal the sick as well as the sinner, and said he was one of over a million human beings who could vouch for the truth of that statement. Two or three cases he mentioned as having come within his own knowledge—a person suffering from an internal, emaciating disease, which had baffled the skill of eminent physicians, was now cured by Christian Science and was strong and peacefully happy. Another, who had already had two attacks of appendicitis, both tided over by medical skill and by two diametrically opposite prescriptions, was instantaneously cured of a third attack by Christian Science: and a third case, prostrated by a severe attack of influenza was also instantly cured. —The Rochdale Observer.

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