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THERE will be a special exhibition of the Lenox Bicycles at 40 College House this afternoon from 1.30 to 5. These wheels, which sell at $69 and $55 respectively, claim to be equal in every respect to the very best bicycles of each grade on the market. Come up and have the claim established to your satisfaction.
No students' sideboard is complete without Woods's Acme Coffee and Tea. They are unequalled for uniform fine aroma, choice flavor, and great strength.
Next week the Castle Square singers will take up for the first time Donizetti's thrilling grand opera, "Lucia Di Lammermoor." This opera is founded on Sir Walter Scott's novel "The Bride of Lammermoor," and the scene is laid in Scotland during the seventeenth century. The heroine, Lucy Ashton, is beset by evil throughout the opera, and finally murders her husband and dies. The final scene is the death of her lover, who stabs himself.
The action takes place partly in the castle and grounds of the estate of Lucy's brother, Sir Henry Ashton. The chorus are costumed as ladies and knights, followers of Sir Henry. The prima donna soprano part of Lucy Ashton will be taken by Mlle. Fatmah Diard. Mlle. Diard's natural abilities and foreign training are directly in line with this part, and she may be counted on to be seen at her best. The many patrons of the Castle Square who were entertained by her singing in "Mignon" will look forward with pleasure to her appearance next week. The part of Lucy's confidant will be sung by Miss Ladd, and the other characters are assigend as follows: Lord Edgar, Mr. Thomas Persse; Sir Henry Ashton, Mr. J. K. Murray; Sir Arthur Bucklaw, Mr. Arthur Wooley; Bide-the-Bent, Mr. William Wolff; Norman, Mr. John Read.