A Memorable Occasion Recalled

A letter recently received from a friend vividly recalls the date June 13, 1888, when our Leader addressed an audience which completely filled Central Music Hall, Chicago, then the largest and best hall in the city. It was our privilege upon that occasion to and hear Mrs. Eddy for the first time, and we distinctly remember the profound impression which her words made upon the great assembly which occupied every seat and every foot of standing-room. Although Central Music Hall has been swept away by that progress which has made Chicago the metropolis of West, its place in history is assured by the words spoken from platform that June day.

Our friend's letter follows:—

Chicago, Ill., January 10, 1906.

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Understanding Gained
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