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THE CRETE ASSEMBLY.
Several new plans will be started this
year at Crete looking more toward regular
instruction in certain branches. Two of
the lecturers from the University of Chi
cago will hare traveling libraries covering
the subjects of socialogyand Bible study.
Under this plan a person can get a very
good start in either of these two topics,
hearing the lectures and then looking up
the references and studying in the library.
The libraries will contain the best books
obtainable and will be entirely free to all
class members. The two men who will
take up this plan of work are given below.
Professor Charles F. Kent, Ph. D., pro
fessor of Biblical literature in the Univer
ty of Chicago, and recently from the Uni
versity of Berlin, who impersonally sent to
Crete by President William R. Harper of
the University of Chicago and the American
Institute of Sacred Literature, will give a
course of six lectures on Old Testament
literature as taught in the university. The
well known advanced attitude of President
Harper, of the university of Chicago in
matters of biblical criticism, will make the
announcement of this course of peculiar
interest to all pastors and Bible students.
Professor Bayard Holmes, Ph. D., M. D.,
one of the most distinguished surgeons of
Chicago, and a brilliant specialist in social
studies and experiments, will follow-Profes-sor
Graham Taylor's courpe of last season
with eight lectures on the present phase of
social questions, and the cause and remedies
for the present disturbances in the eoiial
world. Dr. Holmes is one of the promotors
of the Hull house, Chicago, and a popular
lecturer of the Arnold Toynbee club, and
may be anticipated as one who will make a
profound sensational in social discussions.
The fullest opportunity will be given for
questions and debate, both in public and in
First take your girl. She may be young.
She muBt be quite erratic;
With rather reckless reasoning, and ,
A taste for the dramatic.
With eyes that dream, and lips that scoff,"
And thoughts that baffle sages;
The Daughter of the Century
The Product of the Ages.
One moment fired to sudden heat,
The next "way down to zero.
Season her, carefully, to taste.
And then put in your hero.
You may think he's not needed, but
He has some slight utility
To lead a light-green background to
The Heroine's mutability. "
To prove that Man's a budding saint
Or else a full-blown Nero;
To prove well, almost anything
It's well to have a hero.
Then drop in half-a-dozen folks
Who soar, or sink, or grovel;
Mix up the Reader thoroughly,
And there's your Modern Novel!
Apropos of the appearance of Mrs. Kath
rineB. Wadsworth, formerly of Lincoln,
as the only lady vocalist at a concert given
by Gihaore'e! band in New York city, the
Herald says: "Mrs. Kathrine B. Wads
worth, a young soprano, made a very suc
cessful debut at this concert Her voice-is-exceedingly
pretty and sympathetic, and
she sings with good taste, her method being
good. She well deserved the applause
which greeted her performances of the
'Ernani, Involami.' As an encore Mrs.
Wadsworth sang Nevins 'Good Night, Be
loved,' very charmingly and, later in the
concert the 'Nobil Signor,' from 'Les
Huguenots." Mrs. Wadsworth will make
her debut in grand opera in Omaha next
week-during the season of grand opera at
Boyd's in Ernani under the direction of
The Tuxedo Mandolin club gave a con
cert last evening at the St. Paul M. E.
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