Horticultural Hall, corner Massachusetts and Huntington Avenues, has been secured as headquarters for all committees, from Thursday, June 7, to Wednesday, June 13, inclusive, and all necessary information for visitors can be obtained there. Cards of admission to the Annual Meeting (for members only) will be issued at this place, and all mail and telegrams received for visitors will be distributed there, but such mail and telegrams should be sent in care of The Christian Science Publishing Society, 250 Huntington Avenue.

Almost all the railroads have agreed to make a reduced rate of practically one fare for the round trip to Boston for the Communion season. It is suggested to those intending to visit Boston that they consult their local ticket agents a sufficient time in advance of their intended departure to enable the agent to secure tickets, etc.

A Committe has been appointed to find rooms for those attending the June meetings of The Mother Church, and this Committee will be able to provide rooms for all visitors. Those who have not made definite arrangements are requested to communicate with the Room Committee, 250 Huntington Avenue, as early as possible, stating their precise requirements, the price they are willing to pay, etc., in order that an approximate estimate may be made of the amount of accommodations which will be required. This Committee will not undertake to engage rooms in advance, either in hotels or private houses. Those wishing to engage rooms in advance should communicate directly with the hotels at once. It is desirable that, where practicable, one person should act for a group from one locality. This will greatly facilitate the work of the Committee.

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May 26, 1906

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