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CORNERSTONE LAID TONIGHT

IMPROMPTU CEREMONIES ON SITE OF NEW BOSTON HARVARD CLUB AT 8.

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The Harvard Club of Boston will lay the cornerstone of its new club house on Commonwealth avenue, just west of the corner of Massachusetts avenue, this evening at 8 o'clock. It had been planned to have an claborate program for laying the cornerstone, President Eliot being among the proposed speakers. President Eliot, however, feeling indisposed, has been obliged to decline the invitation to address the club; so the program will be almost entirely impromptu. The Alumni Chorus and an orchestra will render a musical program.

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