UNION ENTAINMENT TONIGHT.
Stereopticon Lecture by Hon. A. K. Peck on "The Wild West" at 7.30 o'clock.
"The Wild West" will be the subject of an illustrated lecture, in the Living Room of the Union tonight at 7.30 o'clock, by the Hon. Arthur K. Peck. Mr. Peck is a traveller of note in both Europe and America and has made a desirable reputation as a lecturer on places of interest in the western parts of the United States. This evening he will describe a visit to Custer's battlefield, the Sioux and Crow Indian reservations, horse-back trips with the cow-boys, explorations in the Bad Lands, digging fossil remains of pre-historic monsters, and many adventures unusual in accounts of travel in the Indian country. Among the interesting events he will mention are a journey into the wilderness with the discoverer of the cliff-dwellings and an exploring trip for miles under-ground in a newly discovered cave in the Black Hills.