Tomorrow is Jnly 4th, and the only celebration in Ann Arbor will be that afforded by the Arbeiter Verein and other Germán societies ofj the city. The celebration will consist of a parade, picnic in Relief Park, dedioation of a new flag by the Arbeiter Verein, siuging by the Phoenix and Lyra Maennerchor, and speaking. The program of the day's proceedings is as follows: In the morning at 10 o'clock the Arbeiter Verein, headed by Otto's City Band, will cali for the several societies who will take part in the parade and when all are gatbered together the procession will oountermarch on E. Liberty st. , between S. Main st. and S. Fourth ave., under the direction of Titus F. Hutzel, marshal of the day, and A. C. Schumacher, assistant marshal, and will form in the f ollowing order : Otto's nty Band. President and Speaker of the Day. Outside Societies. Turo "Verein. Schuetzen Bund. Arm Arbor Lodge, No. 27. A. O. ü. W. Germania Lodge, D. O. H. Schwaebischen Unterstuetzungs Verein. Goethe Commandery, No. 28, U. F. of M. Phoenix Gesang Verein. Lyra Gesang Verein. Festival Wagon. Arbeiter Unterstuetzungs Verein. The line of maren will be east on Liberty st. to S. Fifth ave., north on Fifth ave. to E. Hurou, west on Huron to S. Fourth ave., north on S. Fourth ave. to E. Ann, West on Ann to N. Main, south on Main to W. Liberty, west ou Liberty to Fourth st. , south on Fourth st. to Jefferson, west on Jefferson to Fifth st. , south on Fifth st. to the Park. Arrived at the park, dinuer will be eaten, after which the other exercises of the dav will follow. The president of the day is John Mayei and the speaker will be Charles Werner, of Detroit.