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Delegation to Boston Missions.


The second delegation sent under the auspices of the Christian Association to Boston Missions visited last Tuesday night the Boston Industrial Home, on Davis street, an institution founded by the late Dr. A. J. Gordon, and organized after the model described by General Booth in his lecture. It has separate buildings for the men and the women, a chapel between, together with a kitchen, dining rooms and reading rooms. Those who show a decided desire to lead a better life are given a chance to earn a living by work in the house. The meetings are held Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings, and the superintendent is anxious to have the Harvard delegation take charge of the Tuesday meeting regularly.

It has been decided to send two delegations next week, and the first will go on Tuesday evening to the Davis Street Home, again. The second will visit the Union Rescue Mission, on Kneeland

street, an an evening which will be announced later.

Any member of the University is invited to join these delegations and take part in the work. Names may be sent to E. von Mach, 18 Bowdoin street.

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