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December 06, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-12-06

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,Z C j meeting in Dr. Breed's church, on
' ' a North side, Chicago. He went to
Chicago from Grand Rapids, where
Published Daily (13un(Iays excepted) duringCiaofmGrn Rpdswhe
Published al gdy yeep d he had been holding meetings on a
theCcollege year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION grand scale and with remarkable
success. No auditorium could be
.p secured large enough for the crowds
Subscription price $2.50 per year, invariably
ia advance Singlecopies3 cents. Subscrip- that thronged to hear him.
tions may be left at the officeof the DAILY, The eetings proper will begin
at Stoflet's, with any of the editors or
authorized solicitors. tonight in the Presbyterian church,
Communications should reach the ofice by where they will continue until Fri-
7 oclock P. M. if they are to appear the next
Jay. Address all matter intended for publics- day, after which they will be held in
iion to the Managing Editor. All business University hall. A special stu-
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager. dents' meeting will be held in the
THE U.of X. DAILY, hall Sunday afternoon. Mr. Mills
Ansn Arbor, Nish.-
will be here but one week. He
comes here on the invitation of nine
C, A. DENIsoN, Law '94, Managing Editor. churches and the S. C. A., and the
H. A. SPALDING, Lit. '94, Assistant. meetings, therefore, are not denomi-
J. L. LORiE, Lit. '95, Assistant. national. A special chorus of 50
F. WALTERs, Law '94, Assistant.
J. A. LEROY, Lit, '96, Athletic Editor., voices, composed of local talent,
S. W. CURTiSS, P. G. Lit., Business Manager. has been in training for six weeks,
WVm. A. MotOK, Lit. '97, Assistant.
LITEAY. L A AWt and will be under the charge of Mr.
H. B. Gamnon, '94. R. F. Hall. 's5. Hillis, Mr. Mills' own musical di-
R. 0. Austin, '95" MEDICAL.
F. P. Sadler, '96. E. L. Martindale,4 rector.
E. P. L le,'96. E .Mrinae 9.
AgnesMorley, '97. H. D. Haskins, '06. Mr. Mills is unquestionably one
. EL. Jenis, '9. of the two greatest evangelists in the
L. E. Coonradt, '95.
field today, the other being Mr.
Allcopymustbeattheoffice before8:30x.m Moody. Lyman Abbott said: "Of
of the day of publication.
the two leading evangelists, one is
The Editors do not hold themselves respon- conservative and the other liberal."
sible for the opinions or statements of corres
pondents, appearing in the DAIY. This would make Mr. Mills the
Mr. Mills was born in New Jersey
THU ARQU..U.LI-''-H3NMOUSK.and is 35 years of age. He early
pride came west and entered Lake Forest
Iw matters not with what rid university, of which institution he
day time under the benign inflt- was the first graduate at the age of
day imeundr te beigninfu-r9. Shortly afterwards he drifted
ences of the sun, at night when ' hrl fewrsh rfe
into a course of unrestrained dissi-
darkness has spread her black wings pation and for several years led the
over it, an indescribable feeling life of a gambler and drunkard. It
comes over one as he advances into

of a contralto voice of great power,
range and sweetness. Her stage _-
presence is commanding, and her
work such as to inspire confi-
dence. You feel, from the first ,.,
utterance which reaches you, that '
you are in the presence of a capable
singer-that in her hands there is no 15 lbsLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
fear of failure-and, whether she and SHORTHAND. Magnificentbuilding;nine
teachers; large attendance; good discipline; super-
selects an Italian Bravura, or a sim- iorwork; wellspplied reading room; dairylectures.
Saturday evening receptions; open the entire year
ple Scotch ditty, it will be rendered xceptional faciltiesnfor placing students in posi-
tions-shorthandgraduates guaranteedbhem. Living
correctly and beautifully.- Phila- exSe ss$2 to $2.75perweer incprivate ramilies.
delphia Press. P. R. CLEARY, PRES.
Two hundred and sixty graduate TOLEDO
students are enrolled at Johns Hop-
A committee of the faculty at11
Harvard has been appointed to in- '
quire into the game of football, and Time Table taking effect Sunday, Nov. 5, 1893.
determine whether it should be Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central
detemin wheherit soul beStandard Time.
modified. 7:15 a. m. *7:15 a. m.
-*. *12:15 p. m. 11:30 a. m.
4:15p.m. 9:00p. m,
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
All trains daily except Sunday.
R.S. GREENWOOD, Anent, Ann Arbor.
!~l ek'UIIJI/ W. H. BENNETT, G. P. A. Toledo.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor. Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000.
Surplus, $150,000.
Oreanized under tre General Baniig Laws
Horsford's Acid Phosphate of this State. Receivesdeposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Orafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
Is the most effective and agree- OFFICERs: Christian Mack, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.; Chas. E. Hiscock, Ca-
able remedy in existence for shier -M. J. Fritz Asst. Cashier.
preventing indigs stion, and re-G13.7{PD OPI T r1OUSE
lieving those diseases arising ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
from a disordered stomach. Monday, December 4
1 ednesday and Saturday Matinee.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield, --T __E
Mass., says: "I value it as an excellent
preventative of indigestion, and a pleasant
acidulated drink when properly diluted with ALI R I mnu !
water, and sweetened."
ia tthe .ollowifg Repe'toiire:
"SA 1 1'A'IIA."--Monday Evening and Wed-
Descriptive pamphlet free on application to nesday Matinee.
"GCldOFIE G)I O LA." -Tuesday Evenig.
RumfordChsmiealWarhs,Providene,.I. "CHIMES OF' NOR.ANIDY." -WX ednesday
Beware of Substitutes and imitations. Evening and Satr yatinee.
"PRINCESS (Ob' .I IIIZ(IIN5)E."_Thurs~dasy
For Sale by all Druggists. "G1%OV EGIROFLA."-Friday Evening.
"BOHEMIAN GIRL. "-Saturday Evening.

the shades and shadows of the State's1
pride. If there is a dark spot inI
the otherwise well lighted city, it is
this selfsame campus, which should
by all means be the lightest place in
the city. Times without numiber
has this matter been brought to the
attention of the authorities with no
other results than a series of figures
and estimates being collected. It
must be conceded that an electrical
plant could, with the present fa-
cilities for generating steam, he

wa nSn1rancisco that he was
converted, and shortly afterwards
he began his evangelistic work, with
the same zeal that he had before
shown in his evil course of life. Mr.
Mills has had a deep experience and
he speaks from knowledge.
The work of Mr. Mills has been
chiefly in the large cities and the
churches are unusually fortunate in
securing his services for Ann Arbor.
With Marteau the Violinist.


Prices, - 15, 25 and 35 Cts.
JAMES W. GOOH)IEW, Florist. Grower of
Roses, Carnations and Flowers of all vari-
ety. Floral designs made upon short notice.
No. 1 Observatovy street, opp. cemetery gate.
s'% to. washlin'ton Street,

established with no great cost to the The following clippings from the
state, and every one will agree that press in regard to Mme. Linde, the
the result would more than repay contralto with Marteau is interesting
the expenses. Is the plan for an inasmuch as she will appear here
electric-lighted campus to be left to soon:
an adverse fate to keep company The most charming feature of the
with our deserted " gym," is a evening was the singing of Mme.
question which the students of the Rosa Linde, the contralto. Her
University would like to have an- voice is of wonderful compass and
swered. _ sweetness, and in its lower register
B. Fay Mills, the Evangolist. unusually soft and pure. She sang
with grace and spirit, and better
The great evangelist,B.Fay Mills, still, sang correctly. - Cincinnati
arrived in town this morning from Commercial Gazette.
Chicago. For the past week Mr. Mme. Linde is a woman of strong
Mills has been conducting revival personal beauty, and the possessor

ro B-
We can furnish nearly any make at
a Great Redaction. Call at THE DAILY Office.

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