The May Art Loan Exhibition is now an assured treat, which no one can afford to miss. The new building of the Christian Association will be thrown open for the first time and there will be placed in the two largest rooms a fine collection of pictures, curios and works] of art, loaned by friends of the association in Ann Arbor and imported from elsewhere. The smaller rooms on the ground floor will be devoted to various special objects of interest, which may be found in the floral room, the Geririan, Colonial and Oriental rooms. There will be one room devoted to rare bric-a-brac, and one where appetizing refreshments can be procured. The Art Loan will open on Saturday, May 16, and continue until Friday evening, May 2 9th. Each evening there will be given a brief literary, artistic or musical program, without extra charge. The ladies who are interested in i the affair hope to clear $2,000 to assist in completeing the new Christian Association building, and they can only succeed in this by a generous and hearty co-operation from the citizens and students of Ann Arbor.