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March 02, 1896 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1896-03-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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OCCUPIES 4 among the college organizations, andi work, the first one at the office and
DISTNCT OSITON ,would give it unsolicited a cordial the last one to leave. At the end of
supplor't, it wvould relieve the difflesel- the six mouths she returned ithe bar-
IN IUN IV ERSI TY LIFE. lies of the' hoard, as well a angment rowed sum, and later sold lihe busi-
ihe efficiency of the Mission. nes at a profit of three hunndrcd ticons-
FRUIT AND FLOWER MISSION
STANDS ALONE IN A FIELD It is nmost earnestly desired that the and dollars.
OF GOOD WORK, hoard may htave the co-operation of Northwestern's Schedule.
------all the students and that the Flowes'
Extends Privileges and Conveni- Mlission bha saintaloedl in the posi- Northwestern]'s baseball schedule, as
fences to Sink Fatients In ]ia]e t liesasflo :
Hospitals-Ambulances tion which it has gradually comc to aesg' t oebs sflos
to Be Frovided, occuspy. II. V. B. April 29-Universily of Michigan at
_ IEvausiton.
As the hoard of the Fruit andI Woman's Day at Newberry Hell, April 25-Universfly of Illinois at
Plower Mission has only reently beesn heopnigaxeciesofthnWos
Y Th opeingexerisesof he om- Aperil 25--flush 'Medical College ait
appointed, its usual work is just he- an's Day services at Noe-harry Hall Evanston.
ing taken ups for this yetisr. Thse aims Sunday afternoon consisted ot scr-ip- May 5-University of Chicago ait
of the organization have broadensedtlure reading, prayer by five younsg Evan,4ton.
constierably since it was stert ed see-- ladies, ansd msusic, a cheoruss "Neacrer Masy 9-University of Illinois at
Evanston.
oral years ago. Then thse idea was MIy God to Thec," a triu 'Lift up your May 12 Uiversity of Chicago at
simply to take fruit ad flow-,ers5 to eyes to thse hills, whence coineth help." Chicatro.
the hospitals to msake life. plessianter and a solo by Miss Potter'. fleece Miss May 14-Ens Medical College at
for the sick there. Fisher, else ladies' president, intro- Chicago.
To extshe to now studlents and leerezd She speaker. Itev. Alexander It. lunee 2-Unsiversity of ;Ili-higan at
AnsssArboer.
othsers wls ia do cat unsdorstasslteeGay. Mie~s i 1ssEier said Itsat, owinsg T emnte ftei ieepel
position of ltsa Floweer MisMn Boaed, leieresdiseeto iawes
It esay be said, tin t lisaWoman'es in S. C. A. wves-k this yeasr, it hnl fsor ciarngeM inesaccuakesFoxest in-
Leatgesapps~oints thse president, ased Ilseiths first timse sesmed best to haesea als- elee
presidenst thea otheer embsslers. 'lis Womssn's Deay, seedse tihought theoy
hoard simps~ly constitlutes cc.evorking heed been vary fortunsate in secceriseg :Harvard Summer School.
rommssittee. Every stueent may case- Ie's. Alexandeser It. (Gay asatie'ilieir v-tcores il be .icd e
sister lhimeself a sueseiser of lisa Mission, ispeesker lice ir-arel suiesessschsool ic 1S911,
sened thsesnare vitally eachis010ne, ies l'Me'. tGay begans by say ing thsat vervy exclusive of thsose givesn ice Se se edie-al
its isste're'sts Iis aoswc, thaesmoeper'Ir-often peoledsid no01peiaetlIce assdtdentel schsools.'Tle seseseer of
fectly -ill tts ideal be atlaisseel. ibeauety of -liseir ewes possesasiosa as ill sepplictiouls for memeebership is fifty
As tlee lnh alse see, duelsehlase IS olsels cctraveler would exs'lseisast rstgcle(ies e Ii iel
dee-olv-eldupan thseMissieon whirlstebe- lisa sighet of a hield of str-w or ecyear.
losng to soteaol'r orgacssizatisesic e saleor tink edies'ler, bes thlie Ilig;i]- 'ieii-aty S-eelo en
city. Tihrousghs its close c eese'ei ! lassoder wousn ey, "It is good to meakce xeill give a5 irogramse par-ly tos 15015s
wills tlce ihospital", it cease-uccei'rtsl peaiset." So ic'he -iised to toll aboust ansi theele friends this eveing.
w'orkeof se-ificeits nscesegivessno0 in-, Americ-ancs w e s's saseene throusghc Veslerse'rv-ice's seill ibe resuese'd ice
diration. Seottios eyes.Ui svoesity illl eaetI:.'T'uesdasy Mr.
It es-assistye giecol 1o provide ac free heel Thiere'asee ieroines of the' iase wo Spitliey N1seinlg.
in lice iosiibes, bestltis isinssetbie ass'lo esraes'l iorIs of cickceeshs secl Jest rece'ived i eclot oset scatis>ets,
055 aceountslof the limciteed escceesset Of sorroes'icellice' fameilyes-idleitheiriecs- Ite;se alseed Matting st IIAIAT1I PS
roome. I'racceelly, it sees for thse last' banscelaere sneesle sees, gueidlinglice Ftll''t'IiUE S'rOlIE.
teso or theree yeacrs see'soccilislesi tier oceess gre'yieousci rosegle a lascgersecs Subscribe for the Daily.
scaeed; lthatis, it haes keetth ie voage. Thsere ae-. Ielesie ieelcfi'ees.__________________________
hositlisasetshlpatienss ere c-i Fiftsy yessago Ilsrriet G.II.iosecer
oncesosed tee it by lice clinical tao- snid: "There sreenon greet Ameeriecean
fessoc's .'laney lcrs beene ilet or g;isec sseuliplars or sculitresses. I se-ill bse
to ipatients for se-tenesacfox ew-eese." 'lie wssteurnced trom.ce o es- o
treatucest couldsiaffect a cusre. ee legs', halsueedced to enterineg see- to 1Isok at our N~ew Stock o
hlisiteel acesasst of meonsey ecusally at othesr, se-lersee s eeredel isss treet- Furniture, Carpets. Drap-
the cosuccesed of thce Missiohas l oad ed'' sceentfotrae eesteudentls; OS e-etlto erias, Window' Shades,
.it isupeacticeebte to attemept to care for Itocme, not to cop~y, but to se-rk ouet leer etc. People telltsus tcat soer
rases se-icbswould resmaein any lenegticass-n idoass, sandetoday leer seore is prcsactels-e.
of tiue. foundeln ee egeleries of Euroesiaant lidIe'" te & St angce r
Extendlig lice idlea of lerse-elig Amceica. No naeec is meore pcrecioesI-. -

GOT'rO
When you want anything
nice in
GROCER LBS
ALL TIE
FiRUI'T'S
-IN-
SEASON
and everything the Finest
in the Land.
latest 1hyngOute
Ye lde Tiye Stationary
-AT-
SHEEHAN'S
125 SHEETS OF PAPER1 OLD -4
25 ENVELOPES, f BLUE
50c a Box.
May be hard, but
Can always be found at 5 S.
Main St.
DRUGS AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Don't You KowT
YOU CAN BUYTHT~E
for the least money by trading
wiih us? If youe do not call
and see our stock acd you will
he conyi nced ot it.
H. F. Frost & Co.,
CASH GROCERS,
11 E. Ann St., Ann Arbor.
Adams' Bazaar

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°coecfor'ls ancd conenecees for lice in Scotia., lcehee lato liberty, tihaensthate
sice, lice board twoa yeacrs ago tisoughct( of Ilarriel IBeecicer Sleeve, Whio wss~-
of securing an anmbuelanece. 'fhi esi- influential isn brinsging freedoom to
sirabily of this necasunre seill he very 4 Ameira.
evident to anyone seho stopis to case- 'lihere are hceroinses in bisness life.
otder the tact that thse only conevey- (Wihen Mr. Franke Leslie seas dyissg, les
anes foe' the very sick asedlice ice-Iss anme dishonored by business failure,
jured at present are Icacks and drays. he said to Iss"swife, "Mfiricces, I se-nt
Last ya.rtlie ambculance fused xe-sa you to take msy plan- till ec-cry ebeis is
well charted andl It is leaped.tieat ii padd, antd every stain is taken franc
may he cosapleted lis year. say name." She preomuisedi to do. so;
As in tee past fruit and flowers will ab se gave up her homse and leer jewels,
be taken to the hosptals, especially. and horrowedfifty tihousand dollars
on holidays. for six montes; in her msourning dress,
The suem of msoney required eareale the queenly woman went dlowen to leer
year to do a consitlsble anount of, husband's office, gathered the three
weork is not large. If the students hundred editors, printer's, and report-
would resneoneer.,that time Flower Mis- ers around les and said: "Nosy, I
loen ocoupies - peculiar psosition want your help." Then she went to

Nose. I9antd i1 W. Liberty St.
A girl may have time to
speculate on
"What Is Love"
but a married man pre-
fers a woman who has an
eye to business-not spec-
ulation. Such a one as

Xsrs. S---, wno tradees
with G. and E. Dieterle, HE ADQUARTEES FOE
Furniture Store, 4 and.O Ci aIiBPS
E. Liberty st. !!ui~ -: A P
Bicycle W aists Housefurnishing Goods,
75 cents ma 'h. We make lvaishtcad Notions and Fancy Goods.
Corsets to Order. Fit11an'srsteed.
THE CRESCENT WORKS~ Adams' Bazaar,
62l S. MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR. 13 South Main St.

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