The following description of the new lodge rooms of Ann Arbor IiOdge, B. P. O. E., is taken from the columns of the Evening Tirnes: "Their extent and compleness is a matter of great surprise. P.flsk'es the main lodgo room, tfSx-13 Cs-ü in size, flnished in natural wfiods, satii finish floor and heavy oau ..irnitu there is a large banquet room, parlors with toilet rooms for both U'lu-3 and gentlemen, i Uitdien, dressing room and waiting room, altogether as perfect a set of cl ib rooms as can b : i'oimd anywhere in the state. T! .? ver.t'-ation is accordi ij; to a uovpl des-iin The rooms will be be.ated tbrouphout with steaw. The rarpeuteri are putting the finishing touches to woodwork, the decorators will l'ollow quickly, and ibe rooms will be ready for occupatio'i by jTily 10, though no formal opening will occur u - 1 1 ' 1 fa 11. Arrangemeii ,s wlli at once Uj i:ade to keep the rooms open froin Jl a m. until 11 p. m. each day. Thy wili ccrtainly be more complete than aur lodge rooms in the city. The Hll-'s seem bound to take a foremost piase anioiií the. benevolant orders of ihe cit. The lodge alraady luis :i splendid membership and -i 11 ïll rejoice t their entraiice into their new home."