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June 03, 1893 - Image 2

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.

e r -of '3% . tivated. The editors of the Palla-
Oj t diuana have to offer to the over criti-
f'uiised ail (8n.aysexcpte) dri teial hodly of students a work which
tie coltege yesr, by should he a pride to themselves, in
THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION that it is almost perfect in the duat-
ity of matter given and the artistic
dnttcriiis rie atepe ys svti~t mechanical execultion is without
to advee istle cesc ests. 5ccscttp-
tians masy be lefts at the office of the nAttY, fault.
at Stctflet's, withay st the edtortso This year especially the hoard
Cttomntoed shouldteach the osites by aas endeavored so nmake the pub-
7 seioct p. m.i f they see ts appetat the seat licationtah~oroutghly representative of
Jsy. Addrtes itlmatter intended tsr publics-
tics to the Managing Edittor. Alt bsiness all the interests of college life.
commniatioetns shouiti be seat ttte Bni-t Hence in the ahsence of any other
nss Macsgec.
THE Q. of M. DAILY, puhlication in the senior class, all
_-AnnArbsr, Mich. old peuices shotuld he laid aside
adteSuetc cbr.ho1,t cive te

TAN SHOES- Prices, $3.50, $4.00,1 5.00.
48S SOUTH M ILAIN !STREET, - - ANN ARBOR..
SP1IPH UIAIPGS* tine.
21 S. Main Street. WAGNER & GO.
rs~rs fa ii

EDITORS.
C, . -itxictix i- 'c9,tMatagigEic r.
F.tKit i.,ttLtt. ')3Ass evictt
it i-eli10 Eitt ,ti t ;Sit t .
IiA,i AI t. s LttS t . I' s tat
S.eyL. sI.G i. uiesMngr
\"INi . Cit Tt .Lt.lfeA s itt
H.t13.ii-.t of manag94 1in dtor n
husines aiters t( DitAWofic
tony'E.ht 7 '3i/iA.iiV I ery menaher
sh[ oudie pres o~entu nrlant
s l o y nisLe tt eofc fti l of t W esztern.I t r c le i l
Fuiet nagil e reeDILYatotise
tonicehtonight. iP. eraneter h
bointest willpettycoti chanesd o
xvinnigRaPnumheprtsof theets
anihntersults of the Wetrne-olgate
noncontetestsh weethgoghanvosdob
app~reiatetd by the studlent.
Putt the benefit of a fewv wvio seena
to be ignorant of the mainer in
wihl the DILY is nanaged let us
repeat agaitn that it is ourarim to
naske it strictly non-partisana in col-
lege polities. It is unfortunate tbat
anyone should have nistaken our
attitude ota this tquestion, as they
evidently have, if their actions fur-
nis any criterion upotn which to
found a valid opinion.
WsE congratulate the editors of
the Palladium on te neatness and
quality of their publication. Surely
their weork will compare favorably
with anything of the kind ever issued
at the U. of M4. The end crowns
their work, and Tuesday tie Palla-
dium will he placed in the hands of
the students for their approval. In
_ tis age of criticism and close scru-
tiny, a publication must possess in-
trinsic merit in order to meet the
approval of the public. Especially
is this true of a college publication,
where the critical spirit is most cul-

a
i

Palladiuna their msost hearty sup-
sort.
1) . i. Fti t: i r13 II tN, (5e1ir-iiie,
s. J., Stays of
Hoirsford's Acid Phospha te.

T'icn idintifc t*td$- 1,y iit3
ihetpariitur flrstt Ann Arbtrn
GOINGittOaTHt
sit Psgr AnArtisr Acctitti'::15p,
Ni. 5. i A i nd aeetcee5...... it . n
NMs it Mailtand xestistis I1ittiti it

ake pitios fom stwee-ltoeksaddress
P. a. OLEAiSY, Pra,

"I htave sised it for several yeaitstnot $3.00, $C~,~ ientraleiS~itandadiTte.
onty in naypactiesbitt its sty otts itn- Ot ep ittty
dividuanl case atntlcotisitler it sutider all Fir ast d itt 't.~Tteda is',adoilru, etee AstA rbor
eireiussbtttnces otisof the bestties-, 0sEvery Wa y. tithes trains daily tac-st 'Sundaty.
tonics thatt we possess. For inasttal ex- w, H. BENNET T, Ii. S. ostENWtOit,
haustion or overwvork it ghves renewoed E jot & Feiner. Sea.vas s. Aget. Loeot Aget.
streingths and vigor to thtsenitres s-s_________________________________________
A most exceslletit atnd agieeable toitic %.EdfAN ~ __- (( M A NX
anid appetizer. It nourishes dud ivig-
ortites the tired brain and body, ima-
parts renewvsd energy tand vittality, atnd -Ati.st SIIE.55. LSAUNT5 itFO--R-
etnlivsens the funcetionis.
Descriptive pamphtiect tee sitapplicaioniistoA. C. Sfi'wC1q ii 'ov
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi- f ih tsn
dence, RI. ___tiie ld i'iweeIc r'i' sV'kCo,
BiewareoS bstittesieand Itmitatisots.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HENRY HAU, oGJm1asitm, La-wt Teipis an~dJpace
Teacth e nsoloei istieuieStartsnj nd1Ia-atllte pa1 0 s.
doliii. Stitot,,t
StiteeY'S'tUSIC ROSttt
Roos s S.St~te t.ASK ORt WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
ANN ARBOR RENTSCHLER,
- 3aM L .uTNDY Co. P hoto grapher,
1 22 SOUenTHn aFOURTH AVE..

This titase5dRes5ed o
Woodwar'd Are. atnd Staet Street,
DETROIT, - - :MICHIGAN.

E. S. SEIRVISS, - MANAGER.
NO0TIC E.-Tro STUDENTS
and Citizens.-ot send out of etowntsr
Cattiy swhen youstansiteust lse tgood eatR. E.
JoltyrS, Coii's. e don't charge Stirstyte, Sut
give it is yau,ad that is one-half. Hot ad
sold luticites ieeli hears at the dayad eig:ht.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Candies
.TUTTLE'S, ~
48 SOUTHu STATE STREET.
VICTOR CYCLES
Y oousitltitisiethem.
Calltadtiedrctitem ait
M. -STAEBLER'S
Cycle Emporium, 11 W, Washitgton St.

This Space Reservedd er the

GIBSON,
PIIOTOGRAPR
NO. 12 W. IHURON ST.

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