Grand Coromauder E. D. Wheeler, of Manistee, will visit Ann Arbor OorumaDdery, Knights Templar, on Taesday evening next. The order of the Temple will be conferred at thafc time. Mrs. C. L. Miller, of Lowell, Mich., "I. O. O. F. Leoturer, Rebekah Degree Staff Instructor, etc., eto.,': will visit Anu Arbor Odd Fellowa tbis eyeuing. All the Odd Fallows and Rebekahs in the oity are cordially invited to be at the I. O. O. F. hall in the Henning blook at that time, foi the pnrpose ot' meeting Mrs. Miller. Jostice Pond sent three tramps to jail for drunkenness on Wednesday morning, all of whom claimed that they owed their downfall to the entioement of a friend who got them drtink. Christiau Miller, of Springfleld, 111., and James Kearney, of Clevelaud, O, got three days eaoh in jail, and Josepb Harris, of New Jer3ey, two days. At the last regular meeting of the local camp Modern Woodmen of Amerioa Rev. W. L. Tedrow was preseüted with a gold headed cañe as a souvenir of esteem and consideration for his ex cellent serinon deli%'ered to the aiembers of the order on a recent Sunday. Thep resentation speec'a was made by E. S. Gilmore, aud Mr. Tedrow responded in a short but feeling addresá of thanks.