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May 22, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-22

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

" "yr. o " a emphasis on the dignity of the indi-
J l Tvidual's everyday work.
IAs to sctence, the question is not
Publtised Dlatly (Sundays exeepted) during one of reconciliation between geol-
s Ie Collive ) tar, L)
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATIONog and Gesasis, not of the truth of
____________________________this or that passage, but of that
which is useful to life. The source
N/w."PN~iiN ~~ a of authoritive truth is in every fact
whtich brings home to the individual
THEs nearness of the date for the the meaning and value of life.
annual spring field day should put When we have solved the problem
an end to the lack of interest that of how to be true to the past, not
has characterized this branch of as a dead thing but rccognizing the
athletics so far this spring. The historical significance of whsat christ-
honor of having the class name on ianity has accomplished and getting
the S. L. A. silver cup should ex- out of the past its truth, we shall
cite more than passive interest in have found the meaning of recon-
the variouts classes. Last year was structton.
the first year the cup was competed
forandsit 'gi is pace th nale l juni-or laws should- notice that
of their class on the cup. So far, the hours of the quilaces in Bills
'96 and '9 are the only classes that and Notes htave been changed.
have displayed any interest in the
matter. We see no sufficient reason'
for this. At the end of ten yearns gj~fj
the cup will be placed in the trophy
room of the Waterman gymunasium,
and the honor of having the class
name on the cup for at least once
should be sufficient to arouse en- Horsford's Acid Phosphate


Because you get what you take. Somne wheels are
uot worth taking. We have one that you can have
free of charge--providing you call for it--and we also
have for sale the SUNOL Bicycle.
The SUNOL is today the best looking wheel on
thbe market. It took first prize at the World's Fair for
best general construction, best sprocket attachment and
best chain adjustment.
If yea waist a whenel lank at
it, ask tke prica and lttus
knw why it is sat the wheel
to hay.
Student Work a Specialty.
6 Maynardl Street. Best Workmn and Lowest Pricens in tlse Clay.

thussiasm and interest in the various Ladies' ArtisticeHairdressing Parlors. PLUV -P,,['I.'V PIi
clse.jIs the most effective and agree- LADIES' haidrssing, manicurng, tact 2OREVERTHINUnit.VERBODY
frfashy ecue. oein m. AMm. J. It Trojanosksi, 30 E.Washs- *UNIX: 3Le A} t S. Tlit. Ave5.
able remnedy i xistence -for inansa St., attn banbershoap. &lTi HA tLL ~rs eehn 5
preventa~g inigestio, and e azTears fit the Business.st o"Ir
Prof. Deswey addressed a large peetn ntetn n e CITY LAUNDRY,
audience at Newberry hail Sunday lieviog those diseases irising - M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
morning on "Reconstruction." Z3fron t d 1Cisrdred istoo{ h
The present is a time of theologi-PEMARS
cal and religious ferment and uno- Dr. WV. W. Gardner, Springfield,CHAG.
rest. Creeds are being changed, Massy:ccaa sa s seta Takes First Place."
the valie of the Scriptures, the psasvenaive of sadigestionud lesn The name stands fon lust what it is. AWRDD HE T H
{ Biyet"t apesn eaatiThe bast lyoebuilt ton $125.00. COS~aaSIO T AKE.
nature atndifssnction of the chaurch acidlaftedi faints wien a enprnspaly la tteal sDniLsis WRL'SFAR
are the subjects of nmuch discussion w ~ ~ lssaettss31Ifavid IapvnTi'lennttis. M,~aIADCTNCR a a"""
in both religiouts and secular pub- as's tsd tss'issis ly hrou--boutthe L 8- and
lications. These cannot be taken - - - hat 5t'illa-laeith . sassompetiimlus- Ann Arbor Sav,,6ings Bank
asn ousyioltr fcs. T tratedaa , a'asai caaoinje ready, Set re. Ans Asbons 'sIsl. Capta I tels,$50,0(10
as o anyislatd act. ~ky }t2~itv It)Ihe lt ,talll"iint A. G. SpalIdinag & Bros., On is f plusiaa1,0,000
sasanze ndthe inneal iaist~ioe Laws
are synmptoams of reconstruction,. sad RumfondiChemicaltWortks, Paavsttnat.R.I. Chicago. New York. Philadelphia, of tisi State. 5tiassespositsuysad
i3tswarfsiat s i 5uss's'aas sati sas assba. -_______________aset xchsageothsass ifs' a itasessaofthe
this is a larteof a general, ap'asalac }s1 Ei'osit ACCOUNTrWITH1,1711l initesd Sita. (mrats acasheduitos saoani
adjuituettofideasith nigsstsanc
usmet f delsth sguliane For Sale lay all Druggists ' ' ATC $AVPG$, BA1 IROFFICERS:sa 5'i I- as ian trc.. P5av.a. W. 0.
of which is that some ideal us hid 5 5 N Iass anisi asingtonoSlieest, ss. r 3.J.FitzPtas. stsie. Haaasi
has, liten svorking in the past bus A. I.N simJrs. it los assTo Ii ssms,Cas1a'm.-
4ESIGC )EWflrs.Goeof10been realized, and a new goal must^. C gr E J'osC wiitn ndlwrsfalvr-
)-yl. lsi's, ismissait mde u pos~ as n'sishrt sn i-
be set ip. 'Ihe qusiton ts, hyl . ali- ost Ā£IIMIESUII5e tfNa 5Oi .~bss aosy -insefc. ain. asasao'n5sse.
make this continual readjustment, RIE T E T IU E
how utilize the re IRODsult grainedl in the RIDE THE TRIBUNE.
Christiassity brotght to conscious- RAJO ARE THE BEST. Ti.i iafE s assn sf tsiai s sa i'saa.-asis
nescertain ideals. Are they stil rIAET MOESwsesnift a
idas rhate they not beconiems hag.ortens nomrdm isar tadei inCigaretoI
bodied in actual life? set'atRSBADasemmlaiiss
One of the principial ideals stu The Richmiond Straight Cut No. ., I'-
by christianity and which has beessnG.EIIE A/
relzdinteyiniie are madie rmea lstigt~st mosattdeicat
relzdinsedmortcprnils itavor, andsisiishestcas GOLD LEAF / -./a
5ow i' 5.tlt
of modern lile, is the recognition tif ea' aVtiss n isna__ / 5
the insportance of the indivitlual, sisatltseenamse aoflthe anatersa as -- w " - - 155
the value to hintself of lisaoiwn acts. betnaisaono eery pactage. -,
This had been felt but not recog- TO~ smco r1 "1
nized till Christ expressed it toinssmssam
the well knowno "Wshat shall it profit a n.- . .
a man, etc." The reconstruction ' IA1 A5nOR
of personal religion must lay greater witisasittt Steet, is'iat do sĀ¢.t. tz-atlsilse t. ISensd is l risa asa I' _Black MauuYli'aotur22lng Co., Erlfe. Pa,

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