Cold water Courier: The U. of M. Glee and Banjo Clubs will appear in the Tibbits opera house Friday cvening, Ypril öth. These clubs were here last eason in tho Y. M. C. A. lecture course and gave the best entertainment in the vhole course. A large house is already assured, there having been a preliminary canvass made to dispose of enough ickets to guarantee the olub's expenses. The box sheet will open at the opera louse next Friday morning. Ëveryone nterested in fine music and desiring to isten toa "way up" college glee club n'ogram should hear thera. Dr. Chas. ■ O. Reilly, pastor of the atholic chureh in Adrián, and veil known in this city, has been summoned to Paria to testify relative to the 'Paris fund," now on deposit in oneof the Paris banks. The money was raised n 1884 to pay election expenses of home rule candidates in Ireland. Dr. Reilly vas treasurer of the lund, and at his suggestion tho money was placed in the ïands ofParnoll, Justin AK'Carthy and a Mr. Biggar. Mr. MoCarthy is the only surviviug trustee. Now thei-e is a question about the surplus, which amerante I l?00,000. Dr. Reilly will saü Europa about April 1. unless he receives di!Tci-ent instructions. We had the good fortune on Friday to reoeive a visit frorn Master Chas. Watson and his mother, Mrs. Dr. Watson, of Saline. Master Charles is an Orchard Lake cadet and is enjoying a vacation of ten days. He is only in his fourteenth year, is over six feet tall and weighs 160 pounds. He is as straight as an arrow and is the handsomest boy of fourteen we ever saw. Master Charles enjoyes his work at the academy very much. The military drills, the cavalry charges, the infantry maneuvering and gun praetice are, he says, intensely interesting. The Orchard Lake foot-ball team, he assures us, can whip the U. of M. boys or any other club anywhere. The iÍEiasTER will ahvays be pleased to see Charles and learn that he is growing physically and mentally.