The following is the programme for ,he W. O. T. U. convention in the Bapist church in this city on Wednesday fhursday aud Friday of next week. Wednesday, 2 p. m. Devotional exercises witl be conducted by Mrs. J . jockwood. After roll cali an appointmeut of committees, Mrs. Phalla B. Chapman will read report of corresponding secretary; Mrs.Martha Warner, report of treasurer and Mrs. Sarah A. Grosvenor; the president's report. Mrs. Louise Carey will report the condition of the work in Lenawee county and Mrs. Francés Sumner in Monroe county. Wednesday, 7:30. p. m. Address of welcome, Mrs. A.F. Bourns. Response, Mrs. Ida K. Shiers. Notes at the national convention, Mrs. Ann Bassett. Music and recitations. Tiiuksday, 9 a. m. Devotional exercises conducted by Mrs. Joel Martin. Mrs. Martin wiü report the work in llillsdale county and Mrs. Ann VV. Bassett in Washtenaw county. Mrs. Nellie McVay vill report the work of the Flower mission and Mrs. Caroline Humphrey the work of the department of scieiitih'c iustruction. ïhuksday, 1:30 p. m. Reminiscences of the Crusades, Mrs. ö. Clements; The Christian VVoman's Duty to the Temperance Cause, Mrs. Jennie Lockwood; Juvenile Work, Mrs. Julia Dexter Stannard. Childrens meeting led by Mrs. C. H. Johnson. TiiuitSDAY, 7:30 p. m. Address by Mrs. Lucy Ryder Myers, of Chicago. Music and recitations. Friday, 9 a. m. Railroad work, Mrs. H. N. Doig; Soldiers and Sailers, Mrs. T. L'. Thompson; Suffrage, Mrs. Ann Bassett; Higher Education, Mrs. Marietta L. StepTiens. Fkiday, 1:30 p. m. Report ofcommittee on resolutions. Election of ofQcers. Social purity. Health and hygiëne, Dr. Julia P. Green. Mother's meeting for ladies only by Dr. Greene. Fiuday, 7:30 p. M. Address by Miss Henrietta Moore. Music etc.