The sixth annirersary of the Ana Ar bor Reform Club wlll bo held oo the coming Saturday and Sunday, Maich 81 and April 1. The flrst meeting will be Ueld in Uie Baptist church, Saturday evenlng, at 7:80. Addresses will be dellvered by President Angelí, Hou. T. M. Cooley, Ex-Governor Felch, and other prominent eitlzeji of Ann Arbor. Meetings wlll be held in the opera house at 3 r. m. and 7:30 p. m. ob Sunday. The pastor of the Methodist, Presbyterian, CongregatlonalUt, Baptist, and Unitarian churches have kindly consented to dispense wlth Uieir Sabbath ereuinj services in order to asslst ia the uulon temperance meeting at the opera house. The leading addressea at these meeting will be delivered by Hon. John B. Finch. In the evening a brief history of the club will be glveu by Rer. R. B. Pope. It U intended that uil tliese meetijij.'s ahajl be of sucli a charactcr a to be of interest to all good citizens who deslre the welfare of the city.