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Mr. Guild on Democracy tonight

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At 8 o'clock this evening in the Living Room of the Union, Mr. Curtis Guild, Jr., '81, Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts, will deliver an address on, "Some Dangers of a Democracy." This is the same address which he delivered in Faneuil Hall on Patriots Day, and it is repeated at the request of the House committee of the Union. The address will be open only to members of the Union.

Mr. Guild was orator of his class at Harvard. Soon after graduation he became editor of the Commercial Bulletin. He has also been prominent as a political speaker, and during the presidential campaign of 1900, he accompanied President Roosevelt on his western tour. During the Spanish War Mr. Guild rendered conspicuous service in the Cuban campaign as inspector general on the staff of General Fitzhugh Lee.

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