Concord's Relief Fund

Concord ( N. H.) Patriot

Concord will do its full share in the work of relieving the suffering people of San Francisco. This was made evident last night, at a meeting called by the Commercial club to systematize the work of relief, which was held in the Municipal court room on Warren Street.

At first the idea was expressed that two thousand dollars would be about all that Concord could afford to give to the fund, but after Mr. Meehan had read a letter from the Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, enclosing her check for one thousand dollars for the fund, a better spirit prevailed, and it was determined to get out and hustle and make the amount five thousand dollars if possible.

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