Beginning with the evening of February 13 and during the following month five lectures will be given under the auspices of the Deutscher Verein. The general subject of the lectures will be the "Intellectual Life of Germany." The lectures will be given on successive Wednesday evenings; the first four in Sever 11-the last will be given in Upper Boylston and will be illustrated by the stereopticon. The following gentlemen will speak:
Feb. 13-Mr. Henry Villard of New York; "The present political condition of Germany." Feb. 20-Prof. William T. Harris of Concord; "Modern German thought and its significance to English-speaking people." Feb. 27-Prof. Kuno Francke of Harvard; "Individualism as a force in German literature." March 6-Prof. Alfred A. Ripley of Boston; "Goethe as autobiographer." March 13-Mr. S. R. Koehler of the Boston Art Museum; "German engraving of the sixteenth century."
Mr. Villard's lecture will be in German.