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From Tuesday's Daily. The Italian, his performing monkcy and the ooinical Jew - all with the "Pixies" at the Athens Theatre, Dec. 19 and 20. Yon will langh at the antics of the "Pixies." The music will please and the stage pictures delight the eye. Men are at work oii the campus excavating for the foundation of the memorial mortar to be, placed at the foot of the flag staff. At the meeting of the Arbeiter Unterstuetzung Verein neld last evening, it was decided that as the next regular meeting of the society would fall on Ohristmas, it will be postponed to Wednesday, Dec. 27. The Warren Featherbone Co. of Three Oaks, Mich., is making an innovation in purohasing turkey feathers as they come. The company has issued an interesting little booklet giving hints to farmers and butchers how to earn an exra penny with little trouble, It should be in the hands of every farmer. Limie M., wife of G. P. Wilder, of S. Fourth ave., died yesterday afternoon of cancerous abscess, aged 26 years. Funeral services were held at the house at 5 o'clock. The remains were taken to Albion for interment on the 10 o'clock Michigan Central train. The funeral services in Albion. will be held tomorrow. G. 0. Wilsey. treasurer of Pittsfleld township, will be at the county treasurers office Dec. 30 and Satuirday, Jan. 6. Yon will fiud nice line ot Mn's furnishings. speciall aiaptètl for lloliday Gifts at Noble's Star Clothiiig1 Heuse. Open eveniiii untill Christmas. The work on the new Homeopathie hospital has now advanced above the water table and the stone walls of the flrst story are rising. The sub cellar has been completed and joists and first floor laid. A few weeks more of the recent mild weather will see the stone work completed. When this is .dohë, the brick work can proeeed without hindrance of the weather. Koch Bros., the contractors, are doing splendid stone work which will be a credit to the city. It may not be generally known that Ann Arbor stone masons have the reputation of doing the flnest stone work in the state. They understand how to handle the field stone boulders better than in other towns and cities. Koch Bros. intend if possible to have the building completed on time. ;From Wednesday's Daily. Secretary Mills of the school board reports an overdraft of $15,618.59. J! W. W. Wedemeyer spoke at the Congregational church fair in Chelsea last night. Judge Newkirk will speak at the Lima church next Sunday night on the Boer question. Rev. Mr. Hicks, of Dexter, preached the dedicatory sermón of the new M. E. church at Leoni last Sunday. There is to be a well-stocked fish pond at the Christmas bazaar in the Unitarian church Friday and Saturday, 8 to 10 p. m. Mrs. Sarah Brandt pleaded not guilty to a charge of using indecent language in the presence of a. wóman, and her trial was set for Dec. 27. All members of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union are requested to romember the gleaners' report of current events for the meeting tomorrow af ternoon. There are 76 registered woman pharmacists in Michigan according to Secretary ScVramacher of the board of pharaincists. He says some of them are very bright and competent druggists. Go to Ktble's Star Clothing uvate auu see ïitliey haven't g-ot what jou want lor Holiday Gifis for your gentlemen friends. Open evenlngs ui til Christmas. Miss Rose M. Allen will speak at the Young Woman's Ohristian Association rooms next Sunday afternoon at 4 :80 Her subject will be "The Power of Womanhood. ' '