H. LEO. TAYLOR
FEDENATED LYCENM BUREAUS
EVERYWHERE EAST OF THE ROCKIES.
H. LEO TAYLOR
MR. TAYLOR is a rapid and vigorous speaker and his addresses, throbbing with emotion, pulsating with power and vibrating with thought and conviction, are a masterly interweaving of wit and humor, facts and sentiment.
His lectures carry a great, a vital and much-needed message, and in many of their flowing periods of impassioned oratory are passages supremely eloquent.
The lecture, GIVE THE BOY A CHANCE, delivered last evening at the Opera House by Mr. Taylor of Chicago, was strong, clean and wholesome. It was an address of unusual power and beauty, and was delivered with an ease and grace very seldom surpassed in platform work of this character. Mr. Taylor is a fluent speaker, a torrent of eloquence and a man of fine, strong personality. Seldom do the people of Monticello have the opportunity of hearing an address by such an able speaker. The lecture itself is of great merit, and should be heard by every boy and young man as well as by every parent.
Monticello (Ind.) Evening Journal.
H. Leo Taylor, one of the ablest speakers of the Northwest, gave an eloquent and masterful address at the Argyle High School auditorium on Friday night. A large and appreciative audience of representative people and young folk gathered to hear the lecture which was received with great favor.
Burlington (Iowa) Hawk-Eye.
With oratorical powers unlimited, he captured his audience and the board has the endorsement of the entire community in engaging him.
Tower City (N. D.) Topics.
Rev. Taylor is an eloquent speaker, has a strong and pleasing personality and his lecture, Give the Boy a Chance, delivered Sunday evening, was of the very best it has been our privilege to listen to here or elsewhere. To the boy who is privileged to hear this lecture will come an inspiration and longing for higher and better things and to parents of boys an awakened sense of responsibility for their boys' spiritual as well as physical welfare.
Kathryn (N. D.) Recorder.
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