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Public Lecture at Medical School

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The second of a series of lectures on the prevention of cruelty to animals will be given tomorrow afternoon at the Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston at 4 o'clock. At the request and with the co-operation of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, these lectures will be given every Sunday afternoon until December 21.

The lecture tomorrow will be given by Dr. George W. Pope of the Bureau of Animal Industry in Washington, and he will speak on "Our Increased Knowledge Concerning the Nature of Animal Diseases." The lectures are open to the public and the doors are closed at five minutes after the hour.

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