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W. C. T. U. District Convention

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Day
10
Month
April
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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The twentieth anmial oonvention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the second district, will be held in this city April 14-16, in the Baptist church. All of the meetings of the convention will be public. The day sessions will be principally devoted to business, discussions, brief addresses aud reports. Wednesday.April 15, at 4 p. m. "Children's Hour" will te observed, and the presence of all the children of the city is desired. Supt. W. S. Perry will deliver the address. The first evening will be given to addresses of welcome and responsos, and a presentation of the six general divisions of the W. C. T. ü. The musio will be in charge of Miss Cole. The second evening wil) be an "Evening with the Yonng People. " Prof. Kernpf, assisttd by a quartette, will furnish the music. The followI iug Ann Arbor young people will give five minute speeches: Mr. B. B. Johnson, general secretacy of Y. M. C. A. ; Miss Hattie Crippen, president of Y. W. O. A. ; Prof. D. N. Springer, president of Epwortn League; Miss Rose Wood-Allen, secretary, of W. C. T. ü. "White Shield;" Miss Marian Otis, president of U. of M. Y. W. C. T. U. ; Mr. J. Lathers, president, ü. of M. Prohibitiou Club; Mï. L. Hnbbard, "White Cross;" Miss Anna Sonle, Political Equahty Club ; Miss Anna U. Richards, leader of h. T. L. ; Mr. W. O. Huil, general seuretary of S. C. A. of ü. of M. ; Miss J. W. White, Woman's League of U. of M. The last eveniug of the convention Miss Jenuie Ackermaun, one of the W. C. T. U. "Round the World" missionaries, and one of the foremost women :ravelers in the world today, , will lectnre. "Miss Ackrmann's adventures have been many and varied and aer description of them is a marvel oí word-painting. " Miss Ackermann will leoture Priday, April 17, at 3 p. ra., in the Baptist church to the women of the city, on the conditon of women in differeunt couutries.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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