HIGH CLASS Programme Arrnictl Ry tlie Hart-well Hart-well Hart-well Literary lul. The Hart well IJternry Club has Issued a mort attrnrtive prospei-tus prospei-tus prospei-tus for tb seus.n or 1 .'.i-.". .'.i-.". .'.i-.". The xirogrammes for e..-h e..-h e..-h evening's evening's meeting throughout ' th- th- reason, which closes May l. niven icl discloses a scope of thought and study e.piiilejby few clubs In lh Cnlted Slates. The next meeting w.il be b.-ld b.-ld b.-ld to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow right at the residence of MWs Mnty Hill, at which Mrs. J. T. Hinds will discuss the "Ut-ralure "Ut-ralure "Ut-ralure of the Victorian Kr;"- Kr;"- Airs. A. J. Marsh. "1 ne Carli.uuent of lle-llglon:" lle-llglon:" lle-llglon:" Mrs. C. S. Walkley. "James Rns-sll Rns-sll Rns-sll l.welL" .vith selrrtions. an 1 Mrs. J. K. Macy. "Washington Society." The meetlnies during the present season have i ts-n ts-n ts-n of unusual lnter."i. and the rlub is j rapidly attaining a wide-spread wide-spread wide-spread reputation.