The Oratorical associatlon, ttarougb tlio kiudticss of Hon. A. .T. Sawyei-, who telegrapked au Invttátlou, i a.s beu ablo to secure Mlle. Khca to appean? bef the studcnts. siu; will give a lecture recital on söme subject conoected with the histiionic art Monday a l'lt riuion uext. Arrangemente are belng made to Klve her a reception in CTnlversity hall. Moiida.y afternoon ;it 4:10 i. in. Similar receptlons have iti-.-u tendered Mik;. Uilen at othér schools. At a recent recept ion glven to Jier by the faeulty uad students of tke Kansas City High Sehool moro tluui two iliousand jieopli' were present. Principal l'.uelianan tatrodnclng her. said: "Xot to know Mlle. Rhen is to a.rsue oneself uukwivvu. It is to stand aiaon.u; the uncultuned and to ackuowledge no lia,-i interest in the histriouic :vt of tli' ulneteeuth century." On this occasion Mlle. linea reoited in bolh Fronch and Engligh; luv ■'orsr 't-MeNot" beiusi reeelvëd with great applausc. Mlle Kliea stands amone the most lirillia.nl womei on the staire. The World kuows her as an aerress and a bpautiful womau. At l'niversity hall students will be afforded a chance to eei her nwr.y f rom the glare of the footlights. Members of tho Oratorïcal assoclation will be admltted on presentation of tlieir tickets and otlwi-s will be charged the nominal fee Of ten cents.