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February 11, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. III.-N o. ' 2



BIBLICAL CRITICISM. with hope and joy for the continua- ADELPHI-ALPHA NU.
__ tion of the proeeses of giace and the-
Some of Dr. Briggs' Bible Ideas-tu- woners of redemption in the comspanyv The Joint Meeting a Big Success-
dents to have an Opportunity Ior the blessed, to swhich' theI-fituil are Hot Debate on the Land Value
to Hear Them. alt hastening."Qusin
Ctiai es weire pretermedti'aiitst Dr. Alpha ao and Adeiphi hail a joint
'I'le ca-se of Iav. lDr. (Chartes Bhiggs t ites ini tie presbytery ot X eii SYorkieelsols
heas lestn the most remarkable of its hut Oee.4ewsds ed no on see ii vi as eenuog, which was
kiniin athe httoaryuif ihePreshyteri-un Itetit itfthe udefeinse byh ote)1t to well. attendredl, anti nuchtainterest
csoarca and has i-itraested theit tetioiiAiiatpe-al was tahketo tie -u-er ita- priiiail'fiTeprograiu drew forth
«f the iiwhIoledis tworld (Ol ,ani 'iii totandfromniithere tie ssewas firequent applase.If . rzier
20, IV,11 Itr~ 'lv',d r d riindeit backIto iuthe 'tw oil Aeus- I rad Juosticei.. I 'miteul'oyoil
idr'w, ups~ 1! cso fisIa-ndaue-is terufoi trial. IitiNthis i trili ihltDr.Chamics Stunneoc ic a dly
of l~n )healLhelas iiYippreciatedyAtextuieiiiimi'i- (rav
lt attutheieltit it tie 111 N i iiigevei ry poit.ia o itt "e o I -)a z:)
ir.Ini ~i l ie e!ae t -t lteri- hI teli 'teaue havelist" lasitDr. hr akalOlCity, i andiit ias0
v,-re hre rt~ntfottttiof diiine ;lri-y's to ii eiii o A iiiArbotio iilectuire folloised Py J. > osin a
.'iiilir ii -liiittiible, e hnianItibtetiire tiin, aundiiinest' Tasi-iu'esv'n-liimoster .'
reason. 'liirio'i-hanivoneof rtbsi'e- I ing',I-eli1.1,in the Presbyi trinlii ichIuIlircth ri
uces a tian to -ate a Gi.r istin. Mans' te still speaskaiinite osujct ot"Works ' tsa et
tptrcons htd ottfndiitthe tivinc auithor ity of the tiiimntiitn in tetHoay erip-essay ottthe "Gyn.o twa rt
ihrot iti'elihurct. 'the essential thin,(; otr. e Icutinrarr an ut'en'tsseea- teinitaniloriginal sty le antIdeiited
tsto rbitd(Goil ainttitGoditstofoindii it saleawoutldtbe listeners Iprotcuring a tucmhltapplaumae. 'T'eic inishting
swithouit ttie. Ieditaon of the ctiurchi seasont ticket to the Inlanid tLegue en- featore seas ai dehate ontthte qoes-
anth te Bible tie chuircti aini the Bihle n tertainneits at stich some fourteen tioti, tResolved That the uinearnoed
tire meanistnt ends;ties' art av'eries are yet to eanietint the chortee is only
t Goit hut Ioiitr(oid. a tdollar aiideres of .eas oO tickets inctrement of latnd saltiea shoull at-
tire petmitted tos buy one extra ottitis- trot to the tonmntunity." J. V.
u-tantfor ii centa. Geott led a swiinning- affirmativee, anti
- -''- - wssupported hy 0. i:. Griffany.
_ ., } ~~The School of Music. ja :snnrus 7 ~ _-

it le follossiig prograiti till lot
s erenderedl at the School of muiai this
afternaoonl at four o'clock, Pbyite
r rk~ ppils of the school
Via'e 1. i tac eA iminotrlOp . So. _I OtSoteisuiti
{ iStiss tieteti tliini.
1.i a, o mtr Tthe Jtes------ iitaes-y
t1.A ittiti---ose
V titi tOA~iissiltastha teClhrk e
The ItIb.e"as aybookoislpe -------it----i---i-e-At assen
si ard orel oseVt. S isina tC norO .1'e Ptetqe-
tie i x~ros eotot 'Sis ti o itt "'Nekui"- - Stt
The iicrBfi t s sboo itepacor, re t CStntailetiiteer . iti
ttte lining itselfthsin reT he re Mt. "S issithith tKelld. ~.i
is n thin divne n it tex, it leters 1. l aecrt'"-------------a --- Goiiildtstin
tiotids 'clas sTit lie ivtieilattoi toi Mr Ha r .Ce. - act
islnottv i ttisttte o he ewords, tittb our telii. tesiuti--- a _i
thne c oe tilo ls en. navtn i g ehteenoI c"t. itip i iiii--i --a-i ---i--- ieti
illig to recogize iiy eror ttatits s terine Nancitititi
trin e f rsall sifath se ro rs re tilse vIV 1. "'z n eu, -. _---S m ril
tiaes;theoy are intheasolteais etiw . igsndadqutefratesgrJeais.nhro
Theile teei ojwheel itself." ;;- nudens attndngtheods"Uno.iverito
prgrsiv sntiietonafe 1datclseer vErcrios----d~ed Asn
aferet hasadghar.tainetsmakes ArhorClasgff eFrgte -lark.--- ofador
dth terrrtohtte bestscolmen.oTheuroitr..tnLevsoneceavsayfo.
widea o eomgialetansfeorathnpoea cleetfanosqet
iihepithe dyin bhor hldobecan cihed-lyheshui ers ete cllgear
isfrortaelssof.temaeros the ieste- odesitwk.Imyheni-
eialteyahemin lifehconsetitig.daeut o h ra ubro
nolteinoecious them asehnrfnstuets0actteodnot thatUnivestichogf
deahi ritnerrors," the bst omn. iweekmhasry60sylt-l, o lnecsary-for

talked negatively
Musioaie at Pros. Angelits
'The misuatlegve uas teeing
hy Imembehrs of thec fatculty of the
School of Music, at listresitdeince of
Prea. Ansgell seas at most enjoyabole
antI succesaful affait. The enter-
tainmetit was for the ilecoration of
the swonman'stbuiling at lteWorld's
Fair. Many of Ann Arbor's lead-
in0 citizeinsswitli their selves swere
present. Nearly all of the profes-
sors also attended. 'Tli next pro-
ceeds of the entetaiinmeitt approxi-
mated -$200.
Miss Povey and Mrs. toaff sang
thseir solos successfully. 'helit oano
playing of Prof. Mills, auth the viltn
performances rut Prot. Schnmaal were
tspe'cially artistic. P'rof. Stanley's
acconmpanintents secre, as usual,
good. In short the nmusicale seas
splenditd throuighout, such as only
our tooluar School of Music faculty
conld give. It seas quite a society
event, niany of the ladles, toeing
cle~antly attired.
At thse young peoples' vestper ser-
vice, tomorrosw, at 6:30 p. in., in
St. Andresvs' chapel, a students'
orchesotra will supplensent the sing-
iog. Tlhe topic for the evening is
'What is a Christian?" to be opened
hy Dr. 1,aiscrede and IMr. 1". J.

of ti2$1 rO$iShostuait. 0ct 1aile tssthan
Anun Arbortprites, trienfr Cataluh e to
tqI~jhmond~ Straight Qcit.
Ns. 1
-y--C-' ig arette Smokiers wo
;,4 ' resihlingt i tleht
iaot han theprite
ettharged tsr the urdimwye
traeiare irttes.wlh inSd
TotS BRioAND suiperior is
a' ll thers.
'The atiehmoindStraight
tuit Na. igareuttes arc' tanietfrioatthebight-
eat, mast dlluetentis-ti-ed atid highest cast
hfold heat grsiwn hinSVirginia.This ts the Old
andu OriginualBand of Straihtt ig aretmes,
andt sets brhiatot bs teitn the year 187t5.
Beswtare orftamitations, anld uobseve that the
fert namie ashbelwistan uevery packhage.
Ttte ALL.EN & ('INTER, tirnihi
Ott the Ameritant ToumaessCt.,
Mtanuaturrcs, - - tihmonatdViginia.
Antiuhe Largest Assortitettoa
! Collgehc ls., lutesitd laslButtois.
ANDO 1111'01till ii01
55 sV- FOTHlr Sr P
Detroit, Michigau.

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