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,z C. of W~1f. $ai(g.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
tic Colege tear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription. tricer$".50l per yrar, invariahly
in advance Sinlei copies :3 crate. Subscrip-
tions may he lcit at the ofiier of the DILtY,
at Stoflt'srt, eith anp of the editort or
authortzedhoiitors.
Cotnanicationtcthoulid reach the oiier by
7 oclock P. N. if they are to appear the aext
day. Addresas all matter intentded fceptublictt-
ton to the Managing Editor. All bttstness
cmmauaications shouht he trttt to the Basi-
nesosManager.
THE U. of H. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Hich.
EDITORS.
P. E. J ANEcMo, Lit. 19i, Managiag tdttor.
E.0. er.i cAt, lit. '9i, Assitant.
C, A. DxISOux, Lit. '93l,Assistant.
-- _- _- --- Ass4istant
IL. iG. ttt ~EA, iti. '1'BusiessrManager.
sV. xW. Wxx cot, iii.'5, .Assistant.
A. T. Ji ci cite-, lAteIV'9i, Assitanti.
J. Iti. Ao\IicLttt edic 9.1
C. N5. ICKrET, Lt. '94,
F. A. tiI\Y, Lit. '5x3.
C. N. Sooi, s Medici'9'3.
MAWARtt CtrE C.tt ho', Lti. 's14.
it'. E0. hic, lit"'N5.
C'. K. S'iiWsi'Tt.Hoatrop., .
finaportaituatmueetinge of the Daily
Board this eveniung, at 7:30.
AN's ARtI3lE keepo ito library open
on Sunday-Cornell Sutn.
CHORAL UNION AND CHICAGO,
The great prosperity of the U. of
HA. along musical lines has ofteii
been justly attributed to the efforts
of Prof. Stanley. The succeis of
the Choral Uniotn macie it possible

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
S. C. A. BULLETIN. & _1- R \/=
The Olctober number of the S. C.
A. Monthly Iltulletin, which oipens New Firm, New Goods, and Low Prices.
volaime fourteen, comes front the
press etilargetd, improved and in a There is niothintg like a SLIM FIGURE to put it iii itiotiolt.
nosy and tasteful rover. The DAIL.Y We lave laid in a very Laige Stock of Seasonlable Goods. We
conmplimenits the Bulletin's tuanag- Boughil Cheap. We Sell Cheap. Fine Footwear, Boots atnd Shoes.
ing editor, :\liss Gertrude Buck, a _ rA.S R 8; M LLE
former assistanit editor of this paper, 4S SOUTH MAIN STREET, - ANN ARBOR, IMTCII.
anti her associates. T1he number Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
contains an historical and appreci-~~
alive sketch of the DAILY. tVfr-M icignSRilay
_______________Time Card ini effect Sooday, Auti 'eit 189.'.
WHITTIER MEMVORIAL SERVICE.Opritro aaPIaaro
On next Sunday morning will be GIGNRH
hel a hitieruteoril srvie a - %~~'~'No. 1. Frakftrt Moil and Exopress 7 20 a.m
hel a hitiermemril srvie a . No. t3. Pe i n Attbattec... :0025nIton
Newberry Illlinstead of regular Na. s. CParterMala Arhti...r.o.12,5p.0n
No. l0t. Tttlrdttttnd Ottosso Sunday
religius sevice.The pograme T ealy nd.... 52 .in
reliiou serice Th ~irgraIme thitoLEADING aenoor OF nUSNS.a Nag. No. liii. Tloidtt and tiosooStnay
swill lie arratngedlby ltrof. Trueblood, go dsipie;speirttk;lyl.ple rain .OING .50ot. iii
rootm; dailyieectes;tSacturdtayeeniigareceptions;i~issttet
whvl i lliiigive reatdintgs 111011recita- oenitthe etttireyaCo omeottrctilgradutein ttreral No. 2. Ttileitii'tail Expretss .. ..1 . t ri. i
tettaad; siothnd gradutiesatt secore postions; Nod . 'Toildoit MailnExpiess....c.. 8 t p.
tions front Whittier's sritings, some tivittg exptnsesea2alto$acts cer weettitivrate fai-.No. 6,'lTledto Arctttttttttttitott. Oati.
ib liesiFr NwATcALOceganad Ltof1Studeats who No: . te OwostotaitToildotSutiday
of xvhichi sere recited to thte beloved ak oeicPecaoe.t- eRcLAR-saPeat. No. 1tt. ............2.Il
P. a. CLo.EA4.OOwsoaindiiTtiledo (iStittiay
poet by reiluest, several years ago, WeAoneSuettt o ili)-_........._....., t 3 In
We Adise Sudent to Se Cetroral Stanato ine
iduritng an intervieiv. Appropriate 0 1 .Traiis ail 6 runtete'etn AtnniActbiiialit
tmusic siul be fttrnishied. I..../~y F'ine~i r Toledoilt' n lt tixetti liindiiliioet
- t ~eitc tttilOtwioso etittliysetily. tieiulte c~i .i
Another Bible Course. AV.O" i~ Itr 1eNNetittodiyetci iiiy
___TENNIS - SHOES - IN - STOCK. I e. as'iAet. LonrEsrllr

In the Sttenett Bible Class at the
Unitarian church, Mirs. Sunderland
is beginning a sltort series of studies
of "'The Life of Christ and itt Oat-
conte," running through the next
five Sundays. Her subjectasvwill be:
i. Sources of Information, and
the Story of Christ's Life.
z. Meaning of te Life.
. Obstacles in the svay of Ite
Nosy Ideal.
.I. The Inmttediate Outconte, or
thte Establinshment of the Chtristian
Chutrcho.
5. Thte Renmoter Oatcotie, or the

STI 1)FNTS, SA\TE HAiLF OUR MONEY AND 1ITlY
1 x *Ate- O 1 c
_AT THlE--
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE, STATE ST.
Greek. Latin, Fretichi, Germn anaid all College Text-Books, Newv
lald1Seconid-Hatnd.
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS
AT WHOLESALE PRfICES.

in a great degree to establisht the Origin of lte Roman C'athtolic, the
School of Mtusic. 'Ihere is nothting tProtestant, atidthte Liberal Chturches.
tihat is suichtatt attraction to the ' -
mass of people as goodl nusical fcc)_ MssCaeKeyni isrco
its elocution in Logan, Utah.
tides. 'T'htese ste tiow have. W'that is-
needed is thlorolughlailsertising. te BUSINESS LOCALS.
ti) to Chicago would help to serve 'Ii ee sritiitg doite it t5 Z. Cathe-
this pitrpose. It votld tte thr most rfve street. -150

practical nmethiod of biringing before
tite musical pseople of the cotutry
our cxcellent facilities in that line.
Those acquainted with the great
choral societies of te west knowv
that there are a large number, xhen
we range froni Pittsburg to Omaha.
Yet out of the wehole nunmber only
thlirteen have been chonen to take
part in the nmusical festival. The
Choral Union is one of the thirteen.
The question of going to Chicago
is not one in which merely tlhe
Choral Union in interested. Itlls of
University concern., Thse difficul-
ties in the way are numerous, hut
not insurmountable, and it in to he
hoped that the energy of the student
body and its desire to foster the
musical interests of the University,
will overcome all obstacles.

The Deti-oit Evenfng Nests is nutsa.
peitny paper, intl 'will be desiteted
thtroughtotut thte city at Gt cenits a sweek;
dafly and Sttnday,lcts a wneck.
Stofllet.7-
Look at thte Mammothli lne of Osvet-
eoats, Gloves and MittentstUnderwearc,
Met's. Boys' and Childrn's Suits, st
The S. T. Jacobs & Co.'s,27 andic)
Main street. -4
Mr. Rose, of the Golden E'anote Dee
troit, will show their eomplete lite of
wcoolens at the Cook Ilouse, lidiiti,
1-4t6 inth. Those contemplating ordesr-
in~g ansy lothintg this fall w-ill save
mnsey and get the nobbiest goods and
msst perfeet fit by patronizing this
coneern.
Call on Mr. Rose at the Cook House,
Friday.
T. & A. A. EXCURSION.
Janmes A. Corbett, the world's cham-
pion, will dive an exhibition sparring
match at loledo races tomorrow, Oct.
15. T. & A. A. R. R. have made a
rate of $1 for the round trip for those
wishing to go. Trains leave Ann Ar-
bor at 7 a. m. and 11:32 a. in.; return-
ing, leave Toledo at 6:30 p. mn.

ST. THOMAS' MUSIC HALL.
The above is a ct of the new St. Thomas' Music Htall on Elizabeth street,
near the Catholic School. It is used at present as a Catholic church and owing
to its immense seating capacity every Catholic in the city of Ann Arbor,
whether student or not, casn be accommodated. There are two morning ser-
vices on Suntdays, one at S a. sn., the other at 10:30. Vespers and Benediction
every Sunday at 7:30 p. ms.

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