Ann Arbor Commandery,.No. 18, K. T., had an inspection and banquet at their Masonis Temple, Tuesday night. Right Eminent Sir Wm. E. Jewett, of Adriau, grand eommaoder of the Grand Comtnaudery of Miohigan prosided. Followiüg the inspection the Order of the Temple was oonferred upon Fred S. Gaige. The grand comuiander was aocompanied by thefollowirjgmeinbers of hisstaff: Sir Albert Stiles, Jaokson, grand generalissimn; Sir Eugene P. Roberrson, of Albion, graud jnnior warden; Sir P. T. "VanZile. Detroit, grand standard bearer; Sir Cbas. Warren, grand treasorer; Sir John A. Gerow, of Detroit, grand recorder; Sir A. H. Traver, cf Jaekson. and Sr Josept May worm, tof Dorrolt. Covers were laid at the banquet for 200, aud forty places at the tables were occupied by larlies of the Coramandery. Past Grand Cominander Wm.G.Doty presided as toastmaster and the following toasts were responded to: "Our Gnests," Em.Com. W.W. Watts; "The Grand Commandery, " Rf. Bai. Wm. E. Jêwett;. "The Styles in Jackson," Sir Albert Stiles; "The Ladies," Sir P. T. VanZile; "Detroit Oommaudery.No. 1," Sir Jos. Maworm; "Damasous Conaniandery, No. 42," Sir John A. Gerow; "Good Night," Sir A. J. Sawyer. LThè University orchestra furuished mnsio duriug the banqnet. Dnring the evening while the Knights were at work a reception was given Mrs. Wm. E. Jewett, of Adrián, at the home of Mrs. Wm. G. Doty, 31 S. Pifth ave. Mrs. Doty was assisted in receiving by Mesdames W. D. . Adams, A. C. Nicbols, John W Bennett and W. W. Watts.