THE LECTURES

At the Colonial Hall Saturday night [Oct. 2] Bliss Knapp of Boston delivered a fine lecture on Christian Science. The speaker was introduced by C. J. Adams of Toledo, who said, —

If all men were a unit as to what truth is, the problem of life would be solved. But, ever since the serpent in the garden of Eden whispered, "Ye shall be as gods," opinions have differed, and contention, strife, envy, jealousy, and hatred have swayed mankind and caused much discord, distress, and suffering, and mortal thought has been constantly seeking for material means to correct these material conditions.

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