AMUSEMËNTS, TTILL'S OPERA. HOUSE. Satuday evening Septcmbor 30. ANOTHER PHENOMENAL SHCCESS. The Stoir o' Woman. 11 How they niet. loved and parted." VMERICA'S FAVORITO SOCIETY ARTIST. BERTHA WELBY, In her own Boautiful Creation of AONES, in Klliott Barnes' Latest Great American Drama, entitled, OneWoman's Life. ■ l'urity is one of the Sweetest Flowers that Sheds a porfume O'er tha Heart." Tlio Supporting Üramaiic Company includes the Celebratad NEW YORK BRUNETTE BB.VUTY. Aida Trlm.ble, . And other Metropolitan Artists Unexeelied in the Histurj of the Drama. 8CENB3 LAIÜ IN AMERICA, FRAKCE AND ENGLAND. ACT I,- Librarr of Major Frark land. "After all these years. " __ , ACT ri -Park of the Chateau Blanc. ' A Cool Mililuu." ACT III.- Salon in the Chaiteau Blanc. "The OM Man's Curse has Overtaken me at last," ACT IV.- Mra. Tibbits' Lodging House in fondón. " At last the Horizon of my Life is Clear. " Bertha Welby's Diamonds and Costumes are the Wonder of the American Stage. AOMISSION 75 50 and K5 cents. Reserved seats on sale at Bliss' jewelry store without extra charg. F. &. A. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDERY NO. 13 K. T. Regular Conclave held the flrst Tuesday evening oí eaoh inonth at the Asylum, in Masonic Hall. at eight o'cloclc. W. D. IUkkiman, E. C, W. A. Tolcuard, Recorder. WASHTENAW CHAPTEK, No. ti, K. A. M.- Regular coavooation at Masoaic Hall on Uonday evenias on or preceding each full inoon Visitm coinpanions will be conlially welcomed. W.M. U. DOTY, H. P. Ai-RKiir Sorq, Seo'y. iï OLDES RULE LOD'JE No. 159. F & A. M. VT Regular meetings at Masonic Hall, Thurslav eveninKS on or before the full of the moon. DKW1TT C. FALL, W. M N. D. Gates, Sec'y. t?RATERNITY LODGE. No. 2C2, F. and A. M - ' Regular meetings Weduesday, before the tirst full moon in each month. Special meetings Tor uutil furthernotice on eaoh Weilnesday ívening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street , Ann Arbor. W. P. 1IARRIMAN, W. M. W. F. Stimsox, Sec'y.