construction of the bicyele path has jeen extended to May 20. Deputy Grand Masterllollings of the A. O. U. W., has been in the city on odge business for tvvo days The new officers ei' the humane soeity are J. J. Goodyear, president; I!. A. Fhmey, secretary; Mrs. Anna üach, treasurer. Prof. E. F. Johnson, secretary of the Law School will assume tome of the luties of Dean ilutchins on account of the latter's new duties as acting president of the University. Monday evening is set for the presenation of medals to those members of O. A whose soldierly conduct has enitled them to be thus distinguised. The Ann Arbor Pedro Club died a very wholesome death at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Hangstefler on Wednesday evening. Those who vvere n at the death only regret that it canlot occur again. The board of trustees of the new north side church have iet the contract for the foundation to John Koeh. The Ann Arbor road runs a special train to Toledo to-night aftef the Calve concert. This road spares no pains to accommodate its patrons. Christian Schumacher died yesteaday norning at his home on Liberty street of softening of the braiü. Deceased vas born in Germany in 1829 and has ived in Ann Arbor 50 years. He leaves a wife and two children, Miss Flora Schumacher and A. C. Schumacher. fhe funeral will be held at the Uethleïem church at 2:30 to-morrow.