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SALVATION ARMY MAKES PLANS FOR MANY THANKSGIVING DAY FESTIVITIES
Permanent Influences for Good Often Acquired Over Persons to Whom Relief Is Extended. HUMANITY HELPED
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Date: Nov 25, 1908
Start Page: 9
Pages: 1
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Many individuals disposed to help their fellom-men, upon seeing the Salvation Army workers collecting funds for their great holiday dinners, have asked the question: "Does this really help to uplift humanity? Does it lead to lasting benefit to those so fed?"

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