Tonight, in Lower Massachusetts, there will be a mass meeting of Sound Money Democrats, at which every man who holds to the true principles of Democracy as reaffirmed in the Indianapolis platform should be present and aid in making the meeting a success. The meeting will be called to order at 7.30 o'clock and will be addressed by prominent Democrats of the University. Mr. Cecil F. Bacon, president of the Sound Money Democratic Club of Williams College will be among the speakers. He is a nephew of President Cleveland.
It is very important that at the pressent time the Democrats of Harvard take a firm and patriotic stand for the upholding of the National Democracy and its leaders, Palmer and Buckner.
The meeting will be preceded by a parade, which will form in front of Leavitt and Peirce's at 6.45 o'clock p. m. The Cambridge Manual Training School Cadet Band will furnish the music Shingies can be had at the meeting.
J. S. BRYAN, Chairman Executive Committee.