President Wilson is to make many public addresses during the year.

Here are some of the invitations he has already accepted: On November 21 he will address the Mayflower Society of New York; on November 28 the Princeton Club of Chicago will give a dinner in his honor at the University Club of that city, and the next day he is to address the Commercial Club of Chicago; on December 1 he is to speak before the Presbyterian Union of New York, and on December 4, before the Presbyterian Union of Baltimore; December 9, the dinner of the Princeton Club of New York; on December 11 he will address the Brooklyn Institute, and on Sunday, December 21, he is to make an address in the Westminster Church of Brooklyn; on January 2 he is to address the Middlesex Woman’s Club of Lowell, Mass., and on January 3, the Twentieth Century Club of Boston; on February 8, the Trenton Young Men’s Christian Association, and on February 12, Peddie Institute, at Hightstown, N.J.

This was published in the November 15, 1902 issue of PAW.