THE UNION LECTURES.
Once or twice in a College year an opportunity presents itself to hear men of great prominence and popularity, men whose forethought and ability have made them leaders in the affairs of nations. Last year we were especially fortunate in this respect-for fortune plays a large part in the securing of men with world-wide reputations. Tonight such an opportunity is at hand in the addresses by Mr. Choate and General Porter, who are to speak on the Hague Conference. Both speakers are authorities on their subject and should throw new light upon a topic far too little understood.