Mrs. Eddy's Request Granted

[The following letter to Mrs. Eddy, as well as the clipping from the Boston Herald which accompanies it, will be read with pleasure by all her friends and followers, and we are sure that they will join us in thanking the city government for its prompt and generous response to the suggestion for the improvement of the streets, made by a distinguished citizen of Concord.—EDITOR.]

Concord, N. H., Aug. 8, 1906.

Beloved Leader:—It is a satisfaction to inform you that the Concord city government, at a special meeting called last night, voted to improve State Street in accord with your letter which appeared in the Concord Monitor, and Patriot of June 21. Your friends are to co-operate with the city in this important improvement.

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A Plea for Fair Play
August 11, 1906

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