An antivivisection exhibition has been on view for two weeks at a busy point on Fifth Avenue, New York. Most of the exhibits belong to the American Antivivisection Society of Philadelphia. These exhibits were displayed in Philadelphia last spring and again at Atlantic City last summer. The American Antivivisection Society plans to make the show permanent and to send it extensively through the country (to Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, and other cities) to "educate" people regarding the "horrors" of the laboratory use of animals. This program renders desirable a consideration of the features of the display and their significance.
The center of agitation in the exhibition is an array of animal holders. Various forms of this apparatus are displayed, some of them prominently in the front windows, to attract the attention of the passing crowd. There are six stuffed dogs, among them a lap-dog and other pets, fastened in distressful