The New York Times (New York, New York) 5 May 1912 Page 72
Tho Twilight Club will conclude the season on Friday. May 10, by giving a rather unusual dinner at the Aid in e Club. Tho subject of the discussion will bo the "Relation of tba Thief to Society." The speakera will bo Hutchlns Hapgood, author of "Autobiography of a Thief"; Rose Pastor Btokes. poet and sociologist; Frederick ; E. House. City Magistrate; Henry W. Herbert. City Magistrate; Rheta Chllds Dorr, writer on social economics; economics; O. F. Lewis, Secretary Prison Association; Association; District Attorney Frank Moss, and Moses Oppenhelmer, a former member member of tho German Reichstag, will preside. The Twilight Club seeks to obtain facts from those best acquainted with the subject subject of discussion, regardless of all other considerations. Therefore on this evening thers will bo a convict and. a burglar In tbo person, of "Spike' Sweeny, alias t Smooth Ed." "and . Harvey Hill; alias "Preacher' Joe," both of whom will address address tha members, . which will include many Jurists aad sociologists, only after an thA. rights In' the room have been extinguished. extinguished. Tho dub has assured these speakers privacy and protection, as th. y desire to hear tha viewpoint of the under small in sass aaii i aa si ins innsTnani n r t n " v".muinv. ,1, tli.lc Jl ti:-; ti:-; ajnner wui consist, or juage k. j. iiuni- iiuni- pbrey. Miss Jennie W. Davis. Prof. Carlton Carlton C Curtis of Columbia, Mrs. Mary A. Vaughan, Mrs. Loulslne Ferrier, the ll Howard Duffleld. D. D. ; Mrs. Kloren.e Foster Jenkins, Miss N. -Condon, -Condon, and Miss Wen ona Marl! a.