Between 250 and 300 Lady Maeeabees and their friends gathered at the hall in the postoffice block last evening to celébrate the flfth anniversary of Arbor Hive, No. 113. The bountifully laden and beautifully decorated tables presented a pleasing sight, and the guests present partook leisurely of the good thirigs while listening to the sweet strains of Dasso's orchestra. A f ter the banquet, Miss Emma E. Bower, as toastmaster, presided at the feast of reason. The leading speaker was Mrs. Francés E. Burns of St. Louis, Mich., Great Commander L. O. T. M. for Michigan. She made an exeejlent address upon the principies of the order. Mrs. Clara Dedrick welcomed the guests, and other speakers were Rev. Tedrow, Hon. W. W. Wedemeyet, Prof. E. F. Johnson, and Miss Mary Miley. Miss Bertha Christman rendered a couple of recitations very aceeptably. Music was furnishei by Mrs. Tyler, Miss Minnie Davis, Miases Liebig and Hutzel.Miss Rena Stofflet. and Messrs. Hartloff, Parsons and Ahlers. At a late hour the guests departed with good wishes for the future of Arbor Hive. It may be of interest to know that there are in Michigan over 30,000 women members of this organization.