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January 29, 1894 - Image 1

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, 1. Jail .

VOL. TV-NO. 85.


A GENEROUS GIFT. come to stay. Two thousand years
The Law Departmenct Remembered, ago the ruling idea was redemption.
C. H-. Buihi Leaves $10000 to At a later time God planteud the idea
the Libsrary. of liherty in society, sod John H-lss,
On the face of every law student' Martin Luther and Savonarola camne
mcay lie seen a smile which is an in-frt as exponents of that idea.
liication that something of unusual The idea of the piresent is that soci-
interest to his department has hap- ology should he emphasized above
peneti. The reason for this is eas- theology. The tone is ripc for a
lv discovered in ans event which great social revolution that will take
hodtranspired Saturday. In the will of sl of the minds of mcn. Sects a
thec tate Christian HI ihi, of lpe- revolution is not to destroy but to
trait, which was iled for probate organize society and build on a sat-
oral foundation. The msost tianger-
a~tnrcdly, is a gift of Isooo to the
-egeuts of the i - niversity of Itichi- ous are they whco say that good tan
pa obe used in entareing teli-e not Ibe matte better. It is they swho
~att 0are the real anarcluists. Society las
irar'v of the law department. Ti been in a state of industrial lawvicss-
generous gift will attrd greatly to themes h iatatc pttons
facilities of the library, wvhichs is ns.Teitata os eiini
nowfas beomig isuficint orthe life of tcade is a falsehood.
Modern msonopolies are lice fruit of
the inrae ead cte0)0comopetition. rTce great social itlces-
it lsnttefrt ieta r ion of totday is whether or not cap-
Thi i no te frs tie hat.\r.ital case be brought cunder natural
tuhe a a tmshow n geirsily a laws. The present winter ties tested
the asvdeprtmnt. n afif by iAnerican civilization anti found it
location to the libirery of an eaten-wnigouhsfeiga hr
.ive collection of legal svorks, be sosvnic.Shsuergastee
hcas been this winter is wshotly un-
ticreesed its size anti importance asresnbeadiecsbe na
virtually to establish a newv library,. onr herceti jtl crt
In his honor, the volumes contribu 8mtcn swon.Bttecue
tedt at thcat time have since been
kccovcc s te lthl lbray. ~cusare riot thcose discussedt by- lie tress.
3 The cause lies icc the error of ices-
has Mr. Bunhl rendteredt hiicself a
great benefactor to a grateful class cut social organizationc.
Of studtents, who will tpreserve hisi Christian sociology is theecfocre
memoy a log a th deartentoffered as the solution of social uni-
ucenory s tng a lic dearluentrest. It sets forth lice Christian lawv
exists. as thce legitimate authcority to rcle
A New Sociology, social practice, aod aics to apply
- the principles of Christiaccity to thce
Oly during the Mills mceetings social and economic difficulties of
lies a larger audieoce gathered this thce present. Thcis means philan-
year in Coiversity hallthIlan assecc- thropy in its broadest sense, a soci-
bileit last evening to hear Prof. Geo. ology according to Christ. O~ne may
1). H-erron on "Trhe Social Revolin keep alt the conimandments asd yet
Lion.'' Thce cusic was led by a se- not live to this ideal. Hz is a Chris-j
lect chcoir from thce S. C. A., whichiai in whco gives hinself 1o be breadt
rendered a chcorus from 'Ttce Crea- end meal for his fellow mnc. Life
tionc. consists not in Icursoit of haptpiness,
The S. C. A. feels tlcat it is fur-( but in the pursuit of justice. Soc-i-
nishing a great opportunity in sccur- I dy is eotering upon a new- era, a
ing the course of lectures of wvhich social revolution in whichc it will it.
thcis weas ltce first. Dr. Herron is self be re-christianized.
principal of instructioni and organ- - .. -----
izalion in the American Institute of Woman's League Entertained-
Christian Sociology, and is thce lead- The Wtomnais League were pleas-
icng eadvocate and expounder of this antly entertained on Satucrday after-
cccw school of social science. noons at McMillan hall, by ltce girls'
Thce speaker net fortchltce error from thce medical department. Pa-
,acci fault of the present condition of pers were read by Mrs. Jordan, M~iss
society, and offered Christian sodi- Cook, Dr. Solis, Miss ilshop and
ology as the only solution. Ideas Miss Allen, after which the girls
and not institutions rule the world. had a general discussion, wchichc was
Crnest ideas arousing. great passions both profitable and interesting.

The Noted Interpreter oe Chopin,
wil be here Tuesday
An understanding of lice retatioci
betweecn Chopin and de tchcman as
composer anti interpreter is essenila

irciciiieeoeinecilead pc-ccilsacid
iWeicaiit ctocc-sede r icc andcivec
roll a iellancce to secc011,stc.


to a true apptreciationi of ltce ltter'sOra
playicig. Die tPachnian is a Pole,
andt possesses lice peceliar cicarec- clriluciiicc
teristics uif his race. Chcopine has tStnMam t
emcbodieci these traits in tiesncusic,
hencre tile fact that the incterpreter ;
.1.achmcacnsic faithfully repireseentsttie
conmposer Chopin.
t'our years ego, after a recital ini
tonctoci, the mausic-al wocrldt ecoke
to a realizaticci of the fact that de
liachicaic ses the greatest Chiopinci
player thewvorldt Ics yet seeci. I-roti
whecinisucntiteLet c)crecipoiiiiccStyles
that evecitful conccert, the progress edof. U. 34 4cori$5Shoies 5e tiiiciil5a pair lccc
titancAlii Ac-orer ciiisiiiendcrcataloguecto
of lhids artist Ices been pchenonmenal.
Starting as a Chcoplic player ex-
clcusively,Ice ices shown that the is R 6 fT~ F
one of lice greet Ipianists of the age 101, i83-iS 5ncicnescic Ave..,
in every style. Hlowever, there is iDlt i ll d, - - MICHlIGAN.
no dioccbt ini spite of this, thcat iccn y .J UST / s
Chcopicnice is at his bcest. lI-ceveas Received. 400 tem-.of Fine Chocolate
lice icnly pianist celo susstaincethbiss- Bon Bons-
5Wc-will)haveio-eii ofiiC thie etcc- i-z-idecc jii.
self icc lie lace ccf the evondterful fr et Ii-cci c thiccciisnc i e ori- i in i i
iuces cfi1liaierewssiacid his re c- ccid}de ii etotany icitiof tnie cityice
chatssnive always been the oici-asion R. E. Jolly & Go., 26 S. State St.
of enthuisim.
De Paclinweill atipear icc lie
Choral IUniocn series "Tuesday evene-
log, ancI will placy the followving
proganmne :
1. . ii.t. i BCieetiiovi-c
It. uIccie C aciecilcac_-_ec-cicic uArtistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON SI.
III, 5F ,5ta ii- Opic. ----- ----
Is-. Bcaie, .47 ------ -------- S('(omull JsccrY~- jivoime03C
V. N ouicciip-ic ,i N.c. ---ice------
VI. Twecvesci. ii5n, Neil cciidi3--- iOs/Ljcc.te.
S Iit. Two Walctiz--,. cci.C70, Cci. 1, dii. i34,
No. - - - -hpina -.s <I l+Q1OQO eA
VIII. "Lao cciii te. Lofc seal etis"__ s-A-
-t.ic icivdeite-tarqu No , "Mr- r48 5. State St.
ciieciec ciiiSoir.NMZLicrkaiczici
-.t-------- --- ---- iz Gymnasium Suits,
As lice Choral Ujnionc tickets will 17~t'rs
adncit to allthl~e concerts of thce MayS etrs
lFestival, it weoutld be wise for thcese
who have not provided thcemselves -A c
ewits such tickets to dio so at once.
IWe are happy to announce that b tnI
negotiations are now in progress, SPORTINGU G OD
wehichs will resuilt in bringing a fine
array of distinguished soloists, so Of Ec-cry Deseriptioni at
that this festival may beconme the
greatest musical evenit in the bril-
liant history of mucsic in ltce Uni-
Cornell Ices secured William H. UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
Robertson as trainer for its athletic



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