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chjxruxruxTLruTJxrixiJiJxnjTJxruxnxiruTjxrQ The Y. V. C. A. bas deferred the election of its officers nutil next Monday evening. Aun Arbor Cbapter, Eastern Star, will bold a raeetiug for initiation next Wadneday eveniog. The Washtenaw Connty Teachers' Association wil) meet at the State Normat College tomorrow. The Royal Neighbors will give a cianea at the Modern Woodineu hall next Wednesday eveaiag. The Ann Arbor Savings Bank took "$1,000 of the $150,000 worth of state war bonds taken up by parties ontside of. Detroit. Master Fred Daley will siüg several times at the Normal Conservatory May Festival, Ypsilanti, next Friday evening, May 27. Gilbert Perriue, an ex-rriember of Co. 'A, is now a meniber of the 13th Minnesota Volnnteers and is now on his way to tbe Phillipine Islands. The Wesleyan Gnild otBcera for the ensning year are: President, Prof. H. S. Carhart; vice president, secretary, D. W. Springer; treasurer, J. E. Beal. Miss Nauoy W. Waldron, of Ypsilauti, died Tuesday at the age of 93 years. Miss Waldron was born in Bristol, N. Y., in 1805 and moved to Ypsilanti at the age of 34 years. A handsome flag hangs from a pole in the window of the hall of Arbor Tont, K. O. T. M., in honor cf its members who have gone to the front with the soldier boys. The Argus is iDdebted to the Detroit Evening News for the excellent likenesses of the four non-coinmissioned offleers of Co. A, who were the first foor men in the state to be mustered itfto the Cuban Volunter service. The directors of the Lansing, Dexter & Ann Arbor eleotric road met in Lansing, Tnesday, and placed more of the $250,000 stook. Arrangernents are about completed for commencing work at that end of the line within a fortnfght. Fr. Franois Clement Kelley, the popular yonng priest of Lapeer, having been appointed chaplain of the 32d Regiment, Fr. A. R. Dooling, at present assisting Rev. E. D. Kelly, of tbis oity, will takeoharge of the Lapeer parish during his absence. Mrs. Mary Dnbois, of this oity, beoame violently insane Friday and for the seoond time had to be ramoved to the Dearborn retreat. She entered the qironit conrt while a case was being tried and nearly cleared the room before she could be placed ander restraint. On the street sbe made quite a sensation by her violent speeoh against lawyers, ooarts, insane asylnms, and other things. She was rakeü to Dearborn on the 11 :05 a. m. train.