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NOTICE-Odd Shirt Sale ! Closing Out
All 81.75, 81.50 and 81.25
Shirts in Our North Window,
AND FANCY VESTING IN'96. 980
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10 E. Washington St.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $4 FOP THE REST OF THE YEAR.
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NEW DINING PARLORS OPENED AT NO, II MAYNARD ST,
The 1y1 enic Boarding House has changed hands. Will now be run on a different
plan. The very best $2.50 board i tshe cit will he served. Come and try it and be
convinced. A special diet table only for those who wiusiit.
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RECITAL TON IGHT.
Alex. MacDowell. the Great Com-
poser, in Frieze Hall.
Wednesday's Chicago Tribune said
of Mr. Alexander MacDowell, who
gives a recital in Frieze Memorial
Hall this evening:
After an absence) of almost t;o
seasons, Mr. E. A. MacDowell made his
reappearance in the concert room yes-
terday afternoon at Steinway Hall.
The prograt, made up mainly of ori-
ginal compositions, opened with Mr.
MacDowell's Sonata opus 50, desig-
nated the "Eroica." Upon the ocea-
sion of his l'ast appearance here with
the Chicago Orchestra Mr. MacDowell
played his first concerto, which, at
the same time his first serious effort
in composition, bore strong trace of
the German influence under which it
Other examples of his eminent talent
in the field of orchestral writing, in
which both the Old World and the
New have afforded him high acknowl-
edgement, have been heard under Mr.
Thomas' direction. In his recital be-
fore the Amateur Musical club two
seasons ago Mr. MacDowell allowed a
juster aid more intimate appreciate
tion of his minor pianoforte composi-
In the "Eroica" of yesterday after-
noon there was presented forcible ii-
lustraition of the greait striidesi made
by Mr. MacDowell in his art. Partie-
ularly when contrasted with the most
serious pianoforte work, his first con-
certo, in which he.was last heard here.
The breadth and power of this opus
MQ are of a dignity that place the
Sonalta in the foremost rank of com-
positionsof its class. With the ex-
ception of Brahms there is not readily
recaled any conhtemporaneous com-
poser likely to accomplish its equal in
value. The "Eroica" is found in a
way on Tennyson's Passing of Arthur,
but an introspective study and not
upon the program plan so frequently'
pursued by Mr. MacDowell. Beyond
this the work is marked by fervid im-
agination, a trait so thoroughly evi-
denced in the smaller comnotsitions
played yesterday. of these "The
March Wind" and "The Eagle," the
latter founded on Tennyson's poem,
must be regarded as iliprossionlist
pictures. In these illustrations of
poemiis in his lesser writings; the inu-
sic overlies the text almost as closely
as though purposed for the singinii
voice. In appropriateness there is
never hesitation of the meaning to be
In the interpretations of yesterday
afternoon a. grateful and an unusual
thing was granted to forget the pian-
ist in the composition. The audience,
not 1'rge but enthusiastic, prolonged
the program by an encore upon its
George W. uller, '95 L, is a mem-
ber of the law firm of Claflin & Fuller,
at Norwood, N. Y.
A meeting of the first yeatr law class
was held yesterday afternoon to re-
ceive the reports of committees on
Washington's Blirthday celebration
and to make arrangements for a clas .
A few more copies of Vaughan's
Physiological Chemistry on hand at
the Argus Book Bindery.
SPEAKING OF DIAMONDS.
If you have any idea of making a
purchase you should by all means call
upon Messrs. Wright, Kay ,& Co., of
Detroit, before malting your choice.
Their assortment-and they are the
only direct importers of these goods
in the state-can hardly fail to suIt the
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
which can be closed ut as
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GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
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CORNER OF WILLIAM,
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For the Second Semester,
New and Second-Hand
which they offer
At the Lowest Prices.
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You can join our classes now, or at
any time convenient to yourself, the
term starting when you do. Office and
Academy 0 Mayintrd St.
C. H. KEYES.
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Plows Chicago Candies.
We get them fresh each week.
Try a box of PLOWS next time.
4S. STATE ST.
Homes can St you out for that sleigh
ride party. Phone him from here.
D IETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Wok
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.M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
Colisand Metallic Caskets and Common
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