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A New Hampshire Woman
The Concord (N. H.) Patriot
From the Butte (Mont.) Miner we take the following extract of an introductory speech made by Mrs. Ella Knowles Haskell, formerly a New Hampshire woman, in presenting Mr. Carol Norton, who is lecturing in the far west. The extract is of interest also, because it tells of the wide spreading interest in Christian Science whose founder makes her home in our city; and it is interesting as well, in New Hampshire, because it proves how proud of the old Granite State her sons and daughters are when they are far away, and how they make use of every opportunity to sound her praises in strange ears.
"Fully fifteen hundred people were in attendance at the Broadway Theatre last night [March 10] to listen to the able lecture of Carol Norton of New York City, upon the basic principles of Christian Science. The lecture was given under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city, and those having the management of the affair in charge are to be commended for the perfect manner of the arrangement of things, so that the big audience was handled in such an easy way for the comfort and welfare of all. Mr. Norton was introduced by Mrs. Ella Knowles Haskell, who said:—
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