President Eliot will speak before the Civic Forum on the subject of "Lawlessness" this evening in Carnegie Hall, New York. After the President's speech the question will be open for general discussion. The Civic Forum is an organization in New York whose objects are the discussion of public questions and the promotion of international good-will. Rev. Lyman Abbott, D.D., h.'90, will preside at the meeting. Tomorrow morning President Eliot will deliver a short address before the students of the Horace Mann Schools and Teachers' College.
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