A large number of strangers are in town to attend the festival. The senior civil engineers start north for a month's field work, Thursday next. A lawn party given by Mrs. J. B. Angelí to the Woman's league, will take the place of their next regular meeting. Rev. J. M. Gelston will preach in the Presbyterian church Sunday evening on "The Truth of the Gospel Records Proven by the Person of Christ. The motor line cars will be held this evening and tomorrow evening for the accommodation of parties wishing to attend the festival. The concerts will end in time also for T. & A. A., and M. C. trains. Prof. Dewey will speak at Newberry hall Sunday mornina; at 9:15 on "Reconstruction." This will probabiy be his last public address in Ann Arbor, and no one can afford to miss the privilege of hearing him. "Isaiah and the Winged Lion" will be the topic of Rev. E. M. Ddff's bible talk in St. Andrew's church next Sunday evening. The remaining topics are: "Isaiah in the Hands of Biblical Critics, - His Testimony to Christ," and "Isaiah, the Martin Luther, of Monotheism." Martin Halier has been engaged for some time in the manufacture of a set of drug house furniture for a Jackson firm, and it is now just about finished. It consists of sixteen pieces, and is made of birch. It has much the appearanceof cherry and the design, workmanship and finish are elegant. It is a credit to the hsutling firm which manufactured it. Mrs. Della Colville, of York, has filed a bilí asking for a divorce from Evert H. Covüle,amerchant of Bedford, Oakland county, to whom she was married in February, 1892, and with whom she lived until the seventh of May. A temporary injunction has been issued restraining him from disposing of his property . The divorce is asked for on the ground of extreme cruelty.