The Lectures

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (First Church).—Introducing Dr. John M. Tutt, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, R. H. Milliken said in part:—

For years prior to my study of Christian Science I suffered from an affection of the lungs, and according to medical testimony I also had a tubercular throat. I tried practically every known medical remedy; but in spite of the sincere efforts of my medical friends, I continued to grow steadily worse. The trouble grew until in the spring of 1917 I was ordered to leave my office entirely. Some two months later Christian Science was brought to my attention, and although very much prejudiced against it, in desperation I obtained a copy of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, and after some eight months of earnest study I found I no longer possessed the slightest vestige of my old troubles; nor must I forget to add that during the entire eight months I continued to carry on my office work as usual.

Shanghai, China (Society).—The following prefatory remarks by T. A. Fawell were made at a Christian Science lecture by Charles I. Ohrenstein:—

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March 17, 1923

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