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Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
February
Year
1903
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Public Domain
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The young people of the First Baptist church will give a valentine social iiext week. Revival services will be held at the First M. E. church in the early part of next week. The Sunshine circle of King's Daughters met at the home of Mis.j Margaret Seott on Monday evening. Miss Jeannette Fiske met with a painful accident Friday. She slipped in goiug down stairs and feil, breaking her collar boue. John Koch has sub-let the contract for interior woodwoik in the Beta Theta Pi house to a Detroit íirm. The Library club will hold the flrst regular meeting since orgauizing on Thursday evening, Feb. 12, at 7:15. The new charter and ordinance book of Ann Arbor, just out, oinits the local act under which paving is done. Joseph Neff, formerly with Chas. Pardon, has gone lnto partnership with his brother, who owns the Neff bakery. j.he Daughters of the Revolution will meet on Feb. 12. The place of meeting has not yet been decided upon. Profi Winchester, of the Wesleyan university, will deliver a lecture before the Wesleyan guild next Sunday evening. John Koch soid the State Savings bank its mahogany office chairs and desks. They are the handsomest ones in the city. Mrs. Chas. Callaghan, of Chicago, Tuesday evening presented her husband, Pólice Justice Callaghan, with a new-born son. All are doing well. Lillian, the two years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snay, died last Saturday of whoopingcough. The rernains were taken to Dearborn Monday for interment. Victor, the 14 months old son, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paul, of Depot street, died Monday morning. The funeral was held at 2 p. m. on Wednesday from the house. The Epworth league will give a Valeutine social on Feb. 13, in the basement of the Methodist church. The plans being made are very novel and a good time is assured. The ordinance granting a franchise for a central heating plant was orli(d printed in tlie eouncil proceednigs Monday night, to be considered at eouncil meeting. The board of' managers of the Wasli" county fair will meet on Feb. 11 and will take dlnner together at of the hotels. Plans will be disI lor 1 lio fair next fall. Templar will confer irder of the Temple next Tuesday and the order of braary 17. All Sïr Kni invited to Fellows cave a very p e Monda hall. For delightfu furnMiss Vroman, of Ypsilanti. Y. M. C. A. will gire a "Ma i :it their hall on Saturday e All sorts of puzzling thi planned for yon to solve. ' od ïnusic and readings. ladies of the First Baptist church met last Tuesday at tinof Mrs. F. K. Jones and finished the R'innoiits for the poor hlch they were inaking and there will uot be any meeting Frlday. The stewards of the A. M. E. church Wsh to return thanks to Mr. Wein"'"i'i," for generously donating the use of liis riuk for their earnival given last I'i-ulay evening. The net receipts from tll(1 earnival were if2S. A magie soeial will be held next gatteday from S:30 to Ö p. m. at the f. " C. A. rooms for the Juniors. Their Wzard has arrived and will perform some trieks. Coniic readings, good llsic and a match game of basket baH. Admission by ticket. Cali at the association rooms and learn the details. Invitations are being sont out for the masquerade to be giverr by the L. O. T. M. on Feb. 12. Only those receiving invitations wil] be admitted. Next Suuday copies of the great paintinga from the life of "Map of Galilee" will be shown in the boys' meeting. Songs as yod as last Suuday will be giren. Every boy welcome at the City V. M. O. A. at 4:30 i. m. The friends of Miss Luella Granger will be pleased to hear that she I ting along nicely with the Margi Sylva Opera company, and likea the work. Sylva has taken special in1 in Miss Granger and assures her of success. Pardon's grocery delivery wagon norse pan away yesterday, kno over and broke two iron hitching posts in front of Mack's store and fetched up agáinst the street car pole without hurtiug horse or wagon. That wagon was made of good stuit'. Arbor tent, K. O. T. M., will initiate a class of candidates on Friday, Feb. 6. The work will be done entirely by past commanders. A banquet will follow the initiation. All mernbers are requested to be present. Visiting Knights are cordially invited. The fire department was called out Baturday for a small chimney fire at the residence of Eugene Oesterlin, 513 W. Iluron street. It was quickly extinguished and no damage resulted. The hook and ladder team, driven by McLaren, made a fine spectacular run. Aid. Ha mil ton read the report of the finance committee on the flood damage claims Monday. The committee recommended that the claims be not allowed, the occasion of the injury being an uupreeedented flood so that the city ought not to be and cannot be held liable. The report was adopted. The Methodist minister at Northville must have had in niind the bargain between William Judson of Ann Arbor, and Congressman-elect Townsend, in choosing his topic last Sunday evening. It was "The greatest deal in commercial hístory"- Adrián Press. The Ann Arbor post office received a supply of the new 5-ceut stainpa Tuesday. The colov is -i d ]) bino and the benign features of Lincoln appear on the centre of the stampei Lincoln's face formerly appeared apon the 4-cent stamps and Grant upon the 5-cent. ï. H. Johnson, dcpnty suprenie chancellor of the Court of Honor, spent Sunday with his family in this city. Mr. Johnson has been worfcing in ionia, whére he organized a Court of Honor severa 1 years ago. He wrote 101 applications from Dec. 30 to Jan. 30, and initiated 71 eandidates last Friday evening. The following new books have lately been received at the Ladies' libra ry: Cecelia," by Marión Crawford; "The Blazed Trail," Stewart White; "Iianon's Folly," Richard H. Davis; "Donoan Pasha," Gilbert Parker; "The Inrusions of Peggy," Anthony Hope; Tliose Delightful Americans," Mrs. Cotes. Trinity lodge, Xo. 5485, Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, held its qnarterly and animal election of cers last month. The offlcers are as follows: A. Crawford, P. S.; J. Zebbs, W. C; S. Cummings, Adv.; S. Baylis, W. T.; R. Carson, K S.j F. Henderson, V. G.; R. Turner, N. G.; A. Johnson, P. N. G.; W. Henderson, N. F.; R. Da vis, P. N. F.; J. Becks, I. G.; I. Lynch, Warden. The N. T. M. club and their husbands were very plensantly entertalned Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dieterle. There were ten tables and flfteen gaines of progressive pedro were played. Mrs. M. Schaller and John Llndensehmitt won first prizes and Víctor Swift and Mrs. Showerman the consolation prizes. An elnborate lunch was served at the conclusión of the games. The Stalo Savings Bank reported lliat the city had in the bank at the (■oso of business Jan. 31st, $19,310.20. Treasurer Newklrk reported that his books had been in possossion of Mr. Seyler since Saturday noon to enable hini to make his report on the. condit ion of the city finalices and that henee t was lmpossible for him to make out lus monthjy Teport as city He . i more time. Mrs. Lonise Dold died at her I in Lodi, Sunday, Feb. 1, after an IIIof one week. Deeeased v. had lived in T. at the a. m. Burial al Lodi PJ iirvived Mrs. Chas. Hildinger, Mrs. E Mrs. F. Y bier, Win. and ■ iid. Rev. E. S. Ninde delivered a 1 M. E. church Si morning on tlie "Ministry i Music." He said that the ! certain hymna had heen more effectual in causing conversions than had treaching. He considera Charles Wes[ey's hymns among the best öf sacred songs. ■'.losns. Lover of My Soul," ■■:! one of the most effectual revival songs ever written. Many smis written by Wesley and others have been taken np by the Catholic church and are now stuig at their services.