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The Argus, one year, 104 papers, only one dollar. Rev. W. H. Nichols addressed the prohibitionists at I. O. G. T. hall last evening. Miss Carrie Ross, of North Main street, is to be married today to Mr. Gardner, of Cleveland, O. Ann Arbor Commandery, K. T., will hold a meeting for work on the Red Cress this evening. The chorus of St.Thomas'church will be given an excursión to Port Huron tomorrow by Rev. E. D. Kelly. Mrs. R. M. Barker, sister of George H. and Miss Abbie Pond, of this city, died at her home in Flint, Sunday. Special Children's Day services were held at the Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist churches, Sunday morning. One hundred and seventy-five people patronized the excursión to Toledo Sunday. They report having had a pleasant time. Subscribe for the Argus for 3 months this week for 25 cents. You will get 26 papers and one of the parts of Harper's Great War Series. The teachers and officers of the M. E. Sunday school will give a reception at the parsonage this evening to the orchestra of the Sunday school. Another slight change was made on the Michigan Central, Sunday. Train No. 16, which formerly left for the east at 5:15 p. m., now goes at 5:10. James Boyle, of the firm of O'Hara, Boyle & Co., and Miss Clara M. Poland were married this morning at seven o'clock at the residence of Fr. Kelly. The local "Mystic Shriners" are arranging for a pilgrimage to Jackson next Tuesday, to assist a number of Jacksonites in riding the camel over the hot sands of the desert. Tho names of Miss Clara Poland and Mr. James Boyle were called for the third time in St. Thomas' church Sunday. Their marriage took place this morning at 7 o'clock in Sf. Thomas' church. Anr, Arbor Commandery, No. 13, K. T., already has a committee at work making arrangements for the entertainment of the members and families at the triennial conclave of the Grand Encampment to be held at Boston in August, 1895. John Lucas, colored, was arrested Saturday charged with assaulting Joseph Blackburn, colored. The latter claims that Lucas carne into his room about two weeks ago and expressed an inclination to cu: his colored brother with a razor. The pupils of Mr. E. N. Bilbie, teacher of violin, will give a recital at McMillan hall, Thursday evening, June 14, at 8 o'clock. They will be assisted by Miss Minnie Davis, pianist, and Mr. J. A. Bendinger, baritone. Admission free. The Ann Arbor High School ball team suffered defeat Friday at the hands of the Detroit High School team by a score of 6 to 5. They evened things up Saturday by defeating the team from the Michigan Military Academy by a score of 18 to 9. John Schneider, who resided on S. Fifth avenue, died on Saturday morning of consumption, from which he has been suffering for several years. The deceased formerly resided in Scio, where he taught school for several years, but was obliged to discontinue this work about two years ago, and removed to this city. The funeral was held yesterday morning, the remains being taken to the Scio cemetery for burial. Only two weeks more before j mencement. There will be a pupüs' concert at Frieze Memorial hall, Thursday evening, at eight o'clock. "The Club" will give its last hop for this season at Granger's academy next Friday evening. Children's Day at the ! ian church last Sunday was much , admired by the large audience. Fred L. Keeler, of Sharon, has j accepted principalshipofthe Hough-j ton high school, at a salary of $i,- oóo. The 'Varsity team was defeated ! by the semi-professional team from '. Battle Creek, Saturday, by a score i of 8 to 2. A Gipsy social will be given in the M. E. church on Friday i ing by the high school department of the Epworth league. Rev. Mr. Johnson, of Detroit, ! occupied the pulpit at St. Andrew's church, Sunday morning. In the ! evening a choral service was held. ! Cards have been issued announcing the marriage of Miss Nellie L. Childs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Childs, and Ernest Gleason, of St. Louis, Mo. Notwithstanding the thermometer ranged well up into the 90's yesterday, an informal hop was enjoyed (?) by a number of our young people at Nickels' hall, last night. It is reported that the matter of having the streetsof the city sprinklëd during the summer months under the direction of the street commissioner will soon be brought before the council. A number of members of the Christian Endeavor society of Bethlehem church attended the anniversary exercises of the Christian Endeavor society of Emanuel church of Manchester, Sunday. To satisfy those who have doubts regarding the well known DePuy collection of Indian relies, we would state that it was placed by his son Henry in the University museum and is known as the DePuy collection. There was no service in the Bethlehem church Sunday evening, as the pastor, Rev. John Neumann, was in Manchester attending the anniversary services of the Christian Endeavor society of Emanuel Lutheran church. The remains of Miss Anna Gardner were taken to Acton, Ontario, for interment, Sunday. Miss Gardner died Saturday at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Abner Collum, the cause of death being peritonitis. She was 24 years of age. The Y. M. C. A. will hold a rally at the M. E. church on Sunday evening, July ist, Silas Farmer, of Detroit, having been secured to give the address. The evangelical churches of the city will unite with the association in the meeting. The regular June tea of the Hobart Guild will be held at Harris hall, Thursday evening. An entertainment will be given in connection with the tea under the direction of Mrs. Anna Ward Foster, consisting sf pose plastiques and a short play. A story from real life entitled "From the Plough to the Pulpit and afterwards" will be given in the M. E. church next Sunday morning. In the evening the closing lecture on "Skepticism and the Bible," in which the "Blunders of the Bible" will be examined, will be given. Mrs. A. S. Benjamin delivered the first of a series of lectures on parliamentary law at Harris hall last evening, under the auspices of the Hobart Guild. Mrs. Benjamin is an authority on this subject and none should miss the lectures tonight and tomorrow night. Services in memory of the late Dr. Corydon L. Ford were held at University hall, Sunday afternoon. President Angelí made some tonching remarks and Dr. Victor C. Vaughan and Prof. M. L. D'Ooge gave eloquent addresses on the life and work of their deceased colleague. The Choral Union rendered fine music. The result of the coal strike is becoming serious, even in this part of the country. C. Stein, superintendent of transportation of the T. & A. A. road, informed the Argus yesterday that the company has on hand but thirty carloads of coal, enough to last but six days longer. Unlèss something happens to increase the supply within the next week it will be necessary to stop all trains th'en. A story has just came to light which does not speak well for a prominent young student who comes of a good family. It is related that after calling on a young lady recently, a diamond ring valued at $180 was missed by the lady. The j-'welry stores of the city were notified and when the young man a few days later went to one of them and tried to dispose of the ring, the owner was notified and secured the ring. No arrests were made or names given, but had it been scme poor devil who had stolen a loaf of bread he would have been publicly disgraced and behind the bars before this.