THE LECTURES

Francis J. Fluno, M.D., lectured to an audience of over two thousand, Sunday, Nov. 10, and was introduced by Mr. Oliver C. McGilvra, one of the well-known attorneys of the city, who said in part,—

To my mind the most important documents in American history are the three declarations of independence. They are first, the American Declaration of Independence,—being a declaration against the oppression of a foreign power; second, the Proclamation of Emancipation,—being a declaration against a condition of human slavery; and third, the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,"—being a declaration against the bondage of sin, sickness, and death.

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