ITEMS OF INTEREST

About one hundred and fifty persons assembled in the banquet hall of the Hotel Vendome, Boston, Tuesday evening, October 25, at a reception given by the Massachusetts Single Tax League to the representatives of the State Y. M. C. A. The Rev. S. S. Craig, of Toronto, read a paper as did Mr. Wm. Lloyd Garrison. Mr. Garrison in his opening remarks said,—

"It is my pleasant duty to welcome you in behalf of the Massachusetts Single Tax League, and to ask your earnest consideration of the subject to be presented. Especially should the Young Men's Christian Associations feel interested in the ethical side of our contention, which embodies the essence of Christianity. Land monopoly is a distinct violation of the injunction, 'Do unto others as you would that others should do unto you.' "

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November 3, 1898
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