Eugene V. Debs, Socialist candidate for President, will speak in the Boston Arena this evening at 8 o'clock. Special interest is attached to the occasion in view of the fact that in New York last week Debs addressed a crowd of over 22,000 persons, the largest Socialist gathering hitherto held in this country. The speaker will analyze the other political parties from the Socialist point of view, and its attitude towards the Lawrence situation will be made clear.
Members of the Harvard Socialist Club will meet in Thayer 62 at 6.25. From there they will go by subway to Park street, where they will join the regular Socialist parade, which is to march to the Arena. A special section on the floor has been reserved for the club. The tickets for reserved seats for members of the University have all been sold, but admittance can probably be secured at the door.