Mrs. Agnes'L. d'Arcambal, of Detroit, the well-known philanthropist, will spcak before she Young VVoman's Christian Association next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, on " How to Help Young Women." In the the evening she will speak at the union services in the Congregational church, on " What I Know About Tramps," and on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 2 o'clock p. m. she will speak at the Washtenaw eounty fair on " The Prisoner Out of Prison." Secretary Mills has a personal acquaintance with Mrs. d'Arcambal, and considers it a privilege to afford the people of Washtenaw eounty an opportunity of hearing her. During her stayiu the city Mrs. d'Arcambal will be the guest of E. Cora DePuy, who will give an informal reception for her on Monday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Giles Lee, No. 10 North State street. The charitable organization known as The Needie Work Guild will be organized at that time. This is not a "sewing society," as some have been lead to believe, but a society to collect garments for the poor, and only one meeting a year is held.