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Mr. Wright's First Lecture this Evening.

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This evening at 8 o'clock in Harvard 1, Hon. Carroll D. Wright begins his course of lectures on the Statistics of Wages. Mr. Wright, who was for many years at the head of the Massachusetts Bureau of Labor Statistics, is now chief of the Department of Labor at Washington, and has an international reputation as a statistician and as a writer on social subjects. His lectures, which will continue through this week, will consider not only questions of method and scope in statistics, but also the history of wages as indicated by statistics, especially during the last fifty years. They will thus bear on the great social questions of the welfare of the mass of the community, and will be of interest to all students of economics.

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