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Morgan & Gibson's photograph studio is being renovated and redecorated. Children's Day services will be held at the Germán M. E. church Sunday evening. Fraternity Lodge, F. & A. M., will hold a special meeting for work on the third degree this evening. The pastor of the M. E. church of this city will deliver a series ot lectures on Egypt at Bay View, next month. The fire department was called out Wednesday morning by a small fire at the house of John Gall, on N. Fifth avenue. The choir and ushers of St. Thomas' church had a delightful excursión to Port Huron as the guests of Fr. Kelly. The Germán M. E. church will give a strawberry and ice cream social at No. 66 E. Washington street next Tuesday evening. ". Three weddings, which will take away three of Ann Arbor's young ladies, are booked to occur in one block within the next month. The students whom the marshal has been looking after for stealing signs have settled up by contributing $60 and wil! not be prosecuted. A meeting of ladies interested in the Eorming of a first class kindergarten will be held in the reading room of McMillan hall Friday morning at 10:30. The orchestra of the M. E. Sunday school wrs given a delightful reception by the officers and teachers of the school, at the parsonage, Tuesday evening. Charles Wagner, a youthful tramp who is not yet sixteen years of age, was sentenced to the Lansing reform school until he is seventeen by Justice Pond yesterday. It is expected that Rev. Arthur L. Wilkinson, late of Madison, Wisconsin, will occupy the pulpit of he First Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening. Dr. Donald Maclean, of Detroit, formerly a member of the medical aculty of the University, was elected president of the American Medical association last week. Patrolman Isbell discovered two i boys on Liberty street stealing a bicycle, Tuesday evening. The boys escaped, but he secured the wheel and held it awaiting a claimant. The marriage of L. B. Gardner, medie '92, and Miss Carrie V. Ross was solemnized at high noon, Tuesday. The happy couple left immediately for their future home in Akron, Ohio. Officers gathered in ten tramps Monday evening who have been hanging around the Michigan Central yards for a week. Four of them pleaded guilty Tuesday and were each sentenced to two days in fail. The graduating class of the High School will number 86 this year, divided in the various courses as follows: Classical, 14; Latin, 14; English, 22; Scientific, 18; Engineering, 15; Commercial, 3. The seventeenth annual reunión and banquet of the Ann Arbor high school alumni association will be held in high school hall, next Friday evening. The reunion commences at eight o'clock and the banquet at nine. Following the banquet toasts will be responded to by those who have been unfortunate enough to have been chosen by President N. D. Corbin. The attorneys for Clifford J. Hand, who was convicted of murdering Jay Pulver, will argue a motion for a new trial betore Judge Kinne, Monday. Jacob R. Bischoff, operator of the Western Union company, and Miss Emma A. Ardner were married at the home of the bride's mother on Detroit street last evening at 6:30 o'clock. Rev. Max Hein performed the ceremony. "Col." Jeff Davis received an honorable discharge from the U. S. army yesterday. He says he has been working for i: for the last 24 ycars. This discharge entitles him io four years' pay for service during the war. - Times The Board of Review has been in session at the council chamber. Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the board will hear citizens about their assessments. Now is the time to kick, not when you go to pay your taxes. The local editor of the Courier in tracing his genealogy from 1642 down to the present time points with pride to the fact that none of his ancestors have ever been in jail, although he acknowledges that one of them was once a member of congress. The cfficers of Fraternity Lodge, F. & A. M., presented C. B. Davison, who has been an officer and 1 active worker ia the lodge tor years, with a handsome Masonic ring, Wednesday evening, so that he will have something to remember his 53rd birthday by. A sneak thief entered the room of James J. Lasalle, a student who rooms at the residence of Mrs. Alabaster, on S. State street, Wednesday night, and stole a suit of clothes. Entrance was gained through a second story window by means of a ladder. Funny, isn't it? Many women do not know the ages of their husbands. At least this is the complaint one of the census enumerators makes to the Argus. If every woman in the city will this evening ascertain her husband's age, she will save the poor enumerators lots of trouble. Prof. John Shackleford, of Lexington, Ky., vice-president of Kentucky State University and one of the leading educators of that state, will preach at the Church of Christ, Sunday evening. In the morning the sermon will be by Rev. C. A. Voung on "The Victory over Death." A strawberry and ice cream festival for the benefit of Delhi Tent, No. 651, K. O. T.M. , will be held at the residence of Bert Kenny in the township of Webster, on Wednesday evening, June -20th. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Good speakers will be in attendance, and a literary programme will be given. Word was received here yesterday morning announcing the death of the wife of Mr. A. F. Spring, nee Pauline Huss, of Penetar.guishene, Ont. The remains will be brought here for interment, and the funeral will take place frorr. the residence of E. C. Spring, No. 133 South Fifth ivenue, Sunday afternoon. Edward Gross, colored, was brought from Detroit, Tuesday, by Officer Schall and placed in jail. He is charged with stealing household property belonging to his mother-in-law who lives in Canada. The property had been stored in a house in Salem by Gross' wife and he took it and moved it to Detroit. A cali has been issued for a Populist mass convention for Washtenaw county, to be held at the court house on Saturday, June 23, at 11 a. m. The convention wül elect four delegates to the state convention, reorganize the county committee, appoint township and ward committees, and organize a Populist club. At the election of the Ann Arbor Light Infantry held Wednesday eve-. ning to fiU the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lieut. W. W. Watts, Lieut. W. A. Armstrong was promoted to the first lieutenancy and Ross Granger elected second Iieutenant, the position filled by Lieut. Armstrong during the past three years. Those who heard the concert given by the Chequamegon orchestra in the Inland League series last year will be pleased to know that the orchestra will give a concert in that series next Monday evening, June 18, at the Church of Christ. The orchestra has been doing especially good work this year, and an enjoyable concert is assured. The program will be made up of violin, flute and cornet solos and a number of orchestral selections. Admission only ten cents. The Mystie Shriners, who are to make the pilgramage to Jackson next Tuesday, are requested to meet at Masonic Temple at two o'clock sharp in full regalia (dress suit, fez and cape). A procession will be formed and march to the Michigan Central depot to meet the special train which will be run to carry the members of Moselem Temple to Jackson. Local Shriners are urged to go and those intending to attend are requested to notify Noble John R. Miner at once.