The Lectures

(First Church).—Clarence W. Chadwick, lecturer; introduced by Judge C. B. Watson, who said in part:—

Christian Science has been in the world as a doctrine for the consideration of men less than half a century, but its growth has been so rapid, and so much of good has been left in its pathway, observable to all men, that its persistence seems assured; the age of its martyrdom is past, and it has taken its stand as one of the greatest supports of the doctrines of Christ. I am not a Christian Scientist, but I have endeavored to study its teachings, and to observe its workings, and am assured that it has done great good in the world and is destined to become one of the greatest comforters of humanity. It is in harmony with the trend toward the establishment of a world democracy which shall have for its slogan, "On earth peace, good will toward men." I cannot discuss its doctrines, for I do not understand them sufficiently; but while I do not belong to the church, I cannot withhold approval of its good work and am glad to be in company with the millions of good men and women whose mission it is to establish a law of love and good will.

Milwaukee, Wis. (Second Church).—Prof. Hermann S. Hering, lecturer; introduced by B. F. West, who said in part:—

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November 24, 1917

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