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il iiaiKI i urn x i i Tl III '" i, i ' 1 1 111 lii MI I l'itrk, July Sd, to be followed by a dance. Remember Um excursión to ba giveti to Orcliard fjiike, Jtine 2(ith, under the ausplcf of the Knightsof Labor. The l'liilosophicul society meet tonlght in Uoom '24 Dr. John Dewey will re:id a paper entitled "Hegel aud Recent Tlioiifitit." An entertainment wil] be }fiven by a coinpany of CbineKe students at the Baptist church Friday eveninif. The stuiIciiIh will appear in t'ull dren, eat wltb chop sticks, s'ing Chinese songs, atul the ladies will serve a Chinese supper. The cool refreshing parlors of the Masón c Temple will be the scène of a biilliant party and dance social, Friday evening, June iHth. The ChequaiiieKoii orchestra has beenengaged tofuruish inusic for the occasion and ice cream and struwberries will be served as refreshments. The party is giveu as a lenelit to the St. Louis Club, and all persons who desire to 8ce the Ann Arbor Coinmandery fly iis flajl at tho triennial conclave at St. Ijimis, an requested to be present. Tickets one dollar. At the last meeting of Welsli Post Q. A. R., the executlve conimittee was instriicted to extend, througli the papers, the hearty vote of thanks which was tendered to all citiens who showed an interest and sympathy in the observances of decoratlon day, and who liberally contributed for that occasion their time, menns and energies, including the societies who aftlliated witli them.those who kindly furnished flowers, assisted in the tloral decoration, thoae who provided the excellent and appropriate music, the clerjiyman who assisted, the speakers of the )ay, and the young man who reclted the poem witli nincli feellng and effect, and the pn-ss for kindly notices, as well as the ffMral public wuo by their presence and suspension of business assisted in nmHng the memory of our country's defemlers who He silent in death.


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