Ann rbor Lodge, No. 325, B. P. O. Elks. acting in aocordanoe with the laws and mies governing the order, in oommoa with all other lodges tbroughout tbe country, obser7ed Sunday last as "Elks' Memorial Day," aud condncted public services in its roome on E. Washington st. Three members of Ann Arbor Lodge have died during the past year - Henry Luce, Charles F. Stabler and Edward A. Cadieux - all three being young men, aged respectively 33, 35 and 25 years. The lodge of sorrow was opened promptly at 4 o'clock by Exalted Ruler J. R. Bach. The Elks were assibted in the servioea by Rev. W. L. Tedrow, who conducted the devotional part of the program, and by the Ann Arbor MusicCo. 's quartet - Vincent Crittenden, Sidney Martin, Frank Mclntyre and Frederio Dansingburg - who sang a oouple of appropriate hyiuns. The eulogistio address was made by Charles A. Ward.