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A conference of charity workers will be held at the house of Professor Peabody, Kirkland street, this evening, at 7.45 o'clock. Invitations have been sent out to men whose names happen to be on the lists of the director. But the committee desires to extend a general invitation to all men who have been engaged during the year in any form of charitable, educational or religious work of whatever kind.
These gatherings are informal in their nature Opportunity is given one to learn of the variety of work which is actually being undertaken by students and indirectly to benefit oneself by learning of the experience of others. Besides some general remarks by the director, Mr. Birtwell, short addresses are expected from Professor Peabody, Dr. Moxom, and Robert Ely of the Prospect Union.
All workers are welcome without any further notice.
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