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November 10, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 36.




HE COMES OUT OF THE WEST. Continuing as to his varied career THEY WILL BE FINE. " W VE GOT EMI
the Free Press says:
Hon. Jerry Simpson, of Kansas, Will The Concerts in the Choral Union A CAR LOAD OF
Appear Before the S. L. A. "Congressman Simpson is 51 years Series this Year Cannot
To-morrow Evening- old. Hte was a native New Bruns- be Excelled. ERIE + PIAN OS
wicker, but while he was still a child
The students of the University of his parents removed to Oneida county, The readers of the Argus need JUST RECEIVED.
Michigan will have a rare treat in N. Y,, and soon afterward to the shores but brief mention of this series, for cases in oak, Mahogoy, walnut and Black.
store for them, in the appearance of of the St. Clair River, where Jerry it is one of Ann Arbor's most cher- To Reot or for sale. Prices Right. That's fair.
Hon. Jerry Simpson to-morrow grew up. For twenty-three years of ished institutions. The series this
night. the fifty-one years that he has lived he
followed the hard but healthy life of a year will be fully equal to any in 4;1' Qirbor Org C.
Mr. Simpson is a plain, every-day sailor on the great lakes, and the title the past. The attractions are as
man and a very entertaining talker, of captain, by which lie is sometimes follows: Nov. 16, Lillian Mordica, 51 South Main St.
who has given much time to the familiarly called, comes from that ex- Maud Powell, J. Erich Schmaal;
study of current politics. He is perienee, and not from his service in Dec. x59, Messiah, Mrs. Geneva
thoruglt yconersat wth he uh-the civil war, which was as a private
thoroughly conversant with the sub- in the 12th Illiiiois I tifantrv." Johnston-Bishop and Mr. S. R.
ject he will discuss, having given his . . Mills among the soloists; Feb. 16,
especial attention to the study of That Cosgressman Simpson will Max Heinrich, the inimitable
be greeted by a large audience to-
agricultural changes. He has se- singer, assisted by Mr. Hermann
morrow evening goes without say-
m w i o t Zeitz, the brilliant violinist; May 25,
The "Manzoni Requiem" Verdi.
We Wish Them Good Luck. One date is left free for the engage- when youwanttheLatestMetropolitan'Styles
of $s, $3, 84 or $5 Shoes at 50c to $1 a pair less
ment of some attraction greater than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
The representatives of the U. of than is now available. The Dam-
M. in football left for Indiana this
I' - i morning at 7:i5. They will play worksnoffFrencha*d*"RedFYFE& Co
representative works of French * *
Purdue at Lafayette to-morrow, and 101, 183-185 AOonwAnii Ave.
Purdue genius, followed by a production of DETROIT MICHIGAN
will proceed, directly to Greencastle, a masterpiece of the Gerian school
Vnwhere they play De Pauw on Mon- (Lohengrin) will now be proceeded ---N O T I C E ---
by the Manzoni Requiem, which gre assookt .hetr adeotrscio
The party numbered 15 players marks the highest flight of Italian asqual edoany aother hose res siobtia
oaarixTalor so
an gr. Bar n oc abu,. . Amer ica, and at ptriccs govern da by goods or-
genius in this line. It is needless dered.Suits from$30.00 (thirty doars> to any
17 in all. The men are in very to urge upon the readers of the price desired. Fie Custom Tailoring by
fair condition and should put up Argus the claims of this series, and . -
good games on both days. The we are confident that the support No. 7 ANX STREET.
only drawhack is the extent to
given this year will gladden the
HON. JERRY SIMPSON. svhich, owing to the lack of men, it hearts of the members of the Choral
has been necessary to alter the Union.
lected for his subject, "Some Rea- make-up of the team. How much
sons for the Recent Changes in Ag- it has been altered will be seen from Regarding the artists who appear
riculture." the following line-up:- in the concert next Thursday even-
Speaking of Mr. Simpson's career lubert----------Let ing we append some comments of Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
in congress, to which body he wasvw Oi. ....--------------Ll eTckle the press.
Hoosper ------------------LeftoGuard "IfIOT LUJNCJIES
elected as a representative of the smith-- - - - - -Center If Patti had been announced to
populist party in 1890, the Free llenninger-------------------------Right Guard sing, the attendance could not have Lowney' $ hoColate5,
villa-- - -- ight T been larger; and, if Patti herself -AT--
Press says: Aldrich-----------------Right Rid henUlrge;Ea'Ss
Baird.------------------------------------Quarter had sang, more enthusiasm could T L
"Congressman Jerry Simpson, of Capt.Dygert--------------------------RightHalf not have been manifested. The - 48 S. STATE St.
Kansas, rode into congress on thei Freund- - - - --------FullBack
eat political cyclone of 1890. IIis stites:-seter, Morrison C. T. Oritin house was literally sold out; and at
name became first familiar to the peo- *- the box office applicants for admis-
ple of the country by the persistent College Sports. sion had to be turned away.''-
repetition of a campaign joke about ai. Chicago Herald, February 2, 1893. UNIVERS'f' '0K lORE
i ortanetpart of lis wearing apparel. College sports, like college stud- Atme. Nordica, with her irresist- STATE STREET.
dent. But in congress Mr. Simpson ies, require the closest supervision ibly fascinating voice, so mobile, so
has developed genuine ability, and has of the college authorities. This, sympathetic, so pure in its timbre, SPECIAL SALE sf Sweaters, Gysnasium
earned a good position in the House. however, should take the direction so highly cultivated, and so perfect Suits, Umbrellas,e c., oet.
Handicapped by the circumstanceof of the correction of abuses rather in her method, fairly made the Fine Linen Writing Paper, 25c per pound.
his membership of a minority party, than in repression of the sports audience wild with enthusiasm.- Fine Wove Writing Paper, 2$c per quarter
andilsulpriesed i cogresioalthemselves. The man who disgracesChcgPotFeraynd08. h-yiiWlrsssonliPe.Ery
life-although his life has been full of Chicago Post, February 2nd, 1893 a
other and varied experiences-he was himself while young in intercolleg- In the spring of 1885 Maud an g eed for e yesPen. Every-
obliged to make headway among his iate sports should be made to feel Powell returned home, considering
colleagues by demonstrating his abil- that he has disgraced his college that she bad learned about all that
ity. When he first came to congress also, and should be punished just as ahe d l e that
his re-election was :said to be impossi- teachers could tell her that was S
ble, but here he is again, and now some he would be had the offence been vital to her art. Joachim told her
of the prophets are saying that his de- committed within bounds instead of that she must thenceforth depend I I VERSITY BOKSTOORR
feat will not be possible next time." in a far-off city.-Baltimore Sun. (Continued on third page.) STATE STREET.

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