The Unity Club has its course of lectures and entertainmenta for the coming f all and winter essentially completed. There will bo eight lectures and four other entertainments- twelve eveninga in all, and the whole course will be offered as usual for a dollar. Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones of Chicago, Editor of New Unity, extensión lecturer of the University of Chicago, and one of the most eloquent preachers in that city, will give his famous lecture on "The Cost of a Fooi." Rev. W. W. Fenn, pastor of the church of the Messiah, Chicago, and special preacher for thia year of Harvard University, will lecture on "Dante" with a full set of Dore's splendid illustratious. Prof. Nicholas P. Gillman, Editor of the New World, Boston and author of many well known books, will lecture on a living subject connected with the sociologieal progresa of the country. Rev. Eli Fay, D. D., of Los Angeles, Cal., will give his lecture on "Some Obstacles to Individual and .Social Reforms." Rev. Samuel M. Crothers ,of Cambridge, Mass., will speak on a theme not yet announced. He is pastor of the chureh attended by President Eliot and a large part of the faculty of Harvard University. Dr. Víctor C. Vaughan, Dean of the Medical Department, U. of M., will give an account of nis visit of the past summer toSt. "Petersburg, Moscow and the great Fair at Niji-Novgorod." Dr. Samuel Jones of this city wili lecture on "Thoreau", bringing out some interesting f acts abou t that great genius that have never before been made public. (Continued on page four). A GOOD COURSE. [Oontlnued (rom page one.] l'rof. Dean C. Woroèster, U. of M . wil] títve a splcndidly illustrated lee turo oii thu "Philippine Islands an Thelr People," neluding au account o the Spanisb rulé in tho islands, and the social and politieal conditions which havo led up to tho present rev ! against the Spanish goverument. ïhe seventy-fivo slides used to illustrate this lecturo are the íinest that haVí ever been made of scenery in that par of the world. One svening will bc devoted in par to shadow patomimes and in part to readings of fine selections oí literature illustrated in a unlque mannor bj means of stereoptican views. Therc will be a most interesting cvening of ''American Poctry and Sonsr," and another equally deligbtful of ''Irish Poetry and Song" in which the best songs of America (iacludi.ig' those of the south) and the best songs of Ireland will be rendered. These evenings will be something unique. Pinally there will be a "Heine Evenlng" lh a short acklress upon that most brilliant of modern lyric poets, und the Binsfiag (partly in Grerman and partly in English) of a large Qumber of his linost songs set to inusic by Sohumann, Schubert and other fatnous composers. Sjuson tickets will bo put on sale at once at Sheuhan's, Wahr's and other places.