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Tnc trains are loaded with studente Ie ontlook for the school of music D Jtyear iseryjright The walls of the new Bethlehem church arejdl goingjip. The Cbequamegon orchestra fnmishes J conencemen musiojhis week. MotonBarAïtoa7d has had , Se sonjithisouse since Sunday. The bonriTïeiw is üstening to COIoplaints oncerning hiSessmentS. rharles cíáíkT peach grower expjt" half aCTopof peaches this year. There were 600 passengers carried on the Packard street car last Satiirday. wiower thieves have been around the city. The miserean ts steal plaats. The University hospitals will close on the last day of this month for the summer. _ A twenty pound Shetland colt was bom al the stables of Dr. J. A. Dell, Sunday. The Ann Arbor Agricultural company shipped fifteen hay tedders to Germay yesterday. The social given by the woman's auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. was well attended Friday evening. We will furnish the Twice-a-week Free Press and the Argus for the next four months for fifty cents. Prof. C. Thomas has rented his home on Hill street to a law fraternity during his year's absence in Europe. It is now estimated that the Knight's Templar excursión to Boston from here will number over o lntndred. Prof. E. Hudson is building a beautiful home on Oakland avenue and Tappan street. Is it for a bachelor' s hall? The fire this afternoon was caused by burning grass towards Dixboro. The department gave their new horses a long run. Rev. Paul Irion, of Freedom, has been elected president of the Michigan district synod of the Evangelical chwrches. Charles Fox has been arrested on a charge of adultery. The complaining witness badly battered him before causing the arrest Next October the members of the board will hear complaints of the country supervisors as to low assessments. The ciuinot please everybody. Frederick Schleicher has purchased the office building of Henry Richards, and will remove it to the lot formerly occupied by the street car barns. A lawn social will be held Saturday afternoon and evening on the grounds of Aid. Coon on Washtenaw avenue by the Uuitarian church society. Michigan University won a rattling good game from Chicago Saturday by a score of 6 to 4, closing the season with a record of 20 victories to 3 defeats. Rev. J. Neumann together with Rev. G Eisen, of Chelsea, have been chosen delegates to the general conference of the German Evangelical Synod of North America. Mrs. Robert D. Honey was thrown from her buggy yesterday while driving to this city from Dexter by her horse stumbling, and was badly cut about the head and face. Mrs. Emma McLaren died yesterday afternoon at her home on Kingsley street. She was the mother of Henry and Samuel McClaren, Mrs. Charles H. Kline and Miss Amelia McLaren. Mrs. Angell will give an ice cream social this evening at her residence, the proceeds of which are to go to help pay the debt of the Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior. Admssion, 25 cents. Alfred Weinmann died yesterday of consumption. He was twenty-one years of age and was a watch maker by trade, employed in Haller' s jewelry store, and was a very promising young man. Christopher Zimmennan wiU build a house on the corner of Monroe and Twelfth streets on the lot he has just purchased from Frederick Schmid and for which he paid $2,000. Mr. Ziminernnm comes from Three Oaks. The last regular lecture of the year in the law department was given by Prof. Knowlton last Friday afternoon. Work in the department will close with an examination on Criminal Law at eight o'clock, Thursday morning. Captain E. C. Shields of the University base ball team left the city yesterday. Ho will captain the Owosso Btate League team this summer. t Mr. Shields will probably return to the öniversity next year and complete his work in the law department. The Unity club has elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, W. D. Harriman; vice-presdent, Miss Carlotta Bullis; secretary, H. T. Huber; assistant secretary, H. E. Saffora ; treasurer, Fred Englehardt ; flst aesistant, C. E. Skinner; second assistant, R S.Danforth. At last Ypsilanti is to have - dare we say it - a new opera house. A stock company has been formed with the following subscribers: A. L. Nowlin, Samuel Post, D. L. Quirk, J. B. Colvan, Mrs. Starkweather, McElcheran and McAndrew, A. Wagner, C. King & Ca, W. L. Pack and L. Z. Foester Brewine Co. Evart H. Scott is planning for a new house on Washtenaw avenue and also one on Forest avenue. The sewing school children were greatly delighted by the ride on the street cars given thein Saturday by Superintendent Berry. A pupils' recital by pupils of Messrs. Kempf and Bilbie is to be given at the Unitarian church Wednesday next, at 8 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend. W. H. Honey, of tlus city, formerly superintendent of schools at Monroe and later of Flint, was admitted to the bar in the circuit court in Monroe last Wednesday. Emma Parker was granted a divorce from Walter Parker in the circuit court Saturday and at the same time Herman Dryer was granted a divorce from Neva Dryer. Prof. Kelsey has laid out a very pretty lawn around his new residence, which promises to be one of the prettiest in town. It has progressed so far as to require a sign : Keep off the Lawn. The first exminaation for teachers under the new law will be held in the court house in this city on the third Thursday in August at which time all grades of certificates can be granted. E. J. Ottaway will be at the the head of the Petoskey Daily Eesorter this summer. He will leave the city immediately after commencement. Mr. A. A. Pearson, of the Michigan Alumnus, will take his place on the Courier. The fire department was called out last night to put out a flre in the large tree on the corner of Maynard and Liberty streets. Chief Sipley says he has often heard of fighting forest fires but this is the first time he ever knew a city fire departement to be called out to put out a fire in a tree. The Anp Arbor high school alumni exercises are being developed along novel lines this year, intended to promote socalibility. There will be all the usual features, feasting and speeches, but afterwards while dancing is in progress for those who wish it, less athletic arnnsements will be provided for other people. It is expected that toasts will be responded to by Regent Cocker, John F. Lawrence, Miss E. E.Bower, Supt. Perry, Prof. Knight of Ohio State University. and John E. Bell. The last of the meetings of the Young Men's Sunday evening club was held in the Congregational church last evening. The subjecofc of Rev. Mr. Aldrich's address was "The rise of young men. " A large audience was in attendance. The mtisical programme prepared by Prof. Kempf was pleasing particularly the solo by John Bendigner, from Elijah and the duet from"4the same sung by Mrs. li. H. Kempf and Miss J. Farnham and the quartette singing of Miss Farnham, Mrs. Kempf, John Eendinger and Leon Jones. The meetings of the club during the past winter have been very successful. It proposes another vigorous campaign next year.