The opportunity which may be given to Harvard men to hear General Booth of the Salvation Army is one which would be highly appreciated. General Booth's great work as the founder of a large religious organization and as a social reformer is well known. There are probably few men in the world whose personal influence has been brought to bear directly or indirectly upon so large a number of persons as has that of General Booth. To see and to hear such a man is a privilege which does not come often.
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