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November 05, 1898 - Image 6

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Michigan Daily, 1898-11-05

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Il f 1PItitn Wl~esnDudley Foulke ShillLecture. ~ Ql RI EG UT 10
Good Government Club course willS1500 ULUE E G UI S 5 50
i~ubliahed Daily (Sudays excepted) dnring the be given tonight in Newberry Hall
Ctlege yeae, at by Williatu Dudley Foulke. His
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. sujcY s"ii SrieRfr. Single or double Breasted, French faced and nicely piped
subjct s "CvilSerice efom."with satin. In the cut you will find the handiworka of
tirrre: The Inland Press, Kening Bloc. Mr. Foulke has long been identified an artist, and in the build the work of competent tailor.
Both Phanes 1ia7 witha this branieb of reformi work and See ours before buying.
MANAGING EDITOR. is perhaps as capable as any iaan ha
.Esenee'0 . America to speak concerning the Cu tn , eyer & Co.
nLI5NES5 ANAGEI . progress of the cane in the past and C ti g
0~s. H . llAx, ' the needs today. e was chosen by
EITORS.e. Bnaii arsnii19 oAnnm Arbor. 201-20:3 Soutl Main Street.
Athetic Editor, T. R. xvsns, 'W L. investigate tie Civil Service Bureau- -
P^. 'w. Jonas, -", A. . MIttot.5n, rt E. and his report as cairmtaii of that ° '
F. D. EMAN, '1 L. C. H. Len, '00, conaiitee is lerlaps the most ableFl" The M~ost Delicious of all
G.0. Ii unam, 'os. piece of liteiature 011 the stbjct yet Moaseianis
' ~~~putblished. 'hrtugh his lotte peried MoassCni.
of service itt this itovetenctIle has 10, 15 and 25 cnt Packages.
grown so intierested ill it tiat those Oii Sale at Campus Drug Store.
The suhscriptiancprpeeof the DtLY ie12.50for who hear hitm toniglht will feel that J. J. QUARRY.
he college year with a reglar deivery bfr heyl aehadalaletuistc " ".x~ n
mon ac py.Noicscomuiatiosand ostie ca--se.
hailedita thedtheDLofete or p. t .,etothe A san orator 1i'1. IFoulke ranks
preioas ta that on wthih they sre epeted ttanong the first of the coutry today.
scriptiosayae le f etl at the sutalr etee, Hie '.ticot called an orator simp~ly be- We cordially extesd to you an Invitation to examite our Ial
-Meyer's, r steaiete anewtnd, ar with Businescue lie toeaksebt becatse lelos- and Witter Shoces. You will fitd all of the swell and newest
'Manager. suhscriers will cnersatefavlaor y cuele e
,epoting pramply at this ffice any ailre at sesses thtose qualities that apieal to lasts and with popular prices. REMEMBER THlE NAME.
Acearr eneiner apcerin tttrwtthnhis auditors as cotstititing true si-
the ffce ihteyhey apre.oaonthedity peioaaetlethal tor. He itstuctts, pleases, atuses 218 S. MAIN ST. Wr/flII1R ILR 16816Mn
- -attd arouses. A leaditgtmenmer if
November Alumnus Out. the literary faculty sid unqtalifiedly a r
The November issue of the A hiet- that Williaum Dudley Foitlke was LIbaIU$ .~ ~
nlut appears today, and will be of the greatest orator lie had yet heard. DEaADs'5AERws
interest not oly to those formerly in And ott his claosena subject he grows Vor LAMPS of all kitds.
the University, who are now located especially etoqiett as le speaks of POJCELAIN CHAMER SETS.
.'loewhere,let to sttdets of thee the great advantages atedlbetefits 11o Suf MinStIJpNERSET(u S and Novelities
presett. Certaiit articles also will be civil service reformt. 15SuhMi t aaeeGosadNvlte
received by thec geteral putbic witha Mr. Foulke is thec auttletrtf ''Slav -
nuelterest. Tlie initial cottrilbu- atd Saxon,' pttblishiedlseveral years VONEY LOANED MAKE A STRIKE
ion is Thomsuia M. Coley, s ago. He cones frot In ldepedetce, use wtehs, iatateteebWheels or oiler Pe'- -ATTE
VWriter and 'reacher" by Prof. Ata Iudiaina. ectal Popet.
Lagti esrcnl oaltd Webster Elected Orator. Ofc t eiencie, eel1iE. Lietye St,Asin At-310 S. Main St.
Laughin ha recetly cmpletdSee r tihAll bsiessarecofieti l oar,
-esv editioni of certaiti works of Judee 'fle Seseior Lits heldl thiirelitioin tal:b.a. i.adta:oad toat pin, T MAHONEY, - Proprietor
bsdaehchdhadadenvJleh ead .iattsa. OenDyatlNg.
'Cooley, anidhhis ehoe, persotial ac- for orator yesterday ehiw ltih beeinraiisJnn-h rpathes . aoians Oe a .dNgt
'1uaiataure with the great jurist, left over fronai their retular lits - __
makes his estitnate tf the tworke whiheltionheld tweeks hsago. T1he
Judge Cooley did, tat an thor atnd casidalttes tere C. D. Wbstr and
ao an instructor, of great weight. He . E. Rhuinfratk. Th le vote sas U C I E E S D NT
idwvels largely on the neer field cover- very close Webster beitg successful C L E E S U E T
fd by Judge Cooey hut his consider by a vote of 78 to 73. A. J. My
:tion of state cotstitutions, and of swormti tas elected to thee lIiegaeii. 'HE
the altmitst prophetic character of oSuic board itt place of P. II. Falter
some of the great legal pritciples trie did tot return to college. Tie(OUTJ
fortmilated. class also voted a tax of 60 cnto per SOE
an the resolctionto mm his memiory, (i..Pat,'9hsbeuelcd
'9,written by Prof. Dentiunon, and adopt- hothehPauetle hisboard. cte. (ca
ed hby the IUiversity Senate. Porot'- ____ is bardS QuIffu~Js Goiw nl 56 r
traits of both these ate memubers of
tlhe Faculty are given, the otto of 017M asopa1 s
Ptrof. Walter being froui his latest ATHENS THEATRE.
photograph. Several photogrnaphs, if You Want Or Binding, or Ruling, or anythng 10 ouluue, no mnatter
grouped, showr Judge Coley at vai- C I tisr, ow small or ow large,
ous periods in his life. Dr. Dock Monday Eoting Nov. 7tt a Job of WE CAN DO IT
interest to the medical professio, M .IVs8 llof1OllY Jor I Printing for o. Call and gt acquinted.
"Leopold Auenbrugger and the is-
tory U l1Uof Percussiou." "Flue Caopus AdIe Cotpaiy. ® o0p*TheIlaslnd PIrss,
Menorials," is ail article by Miss CHAN'GE OF PLAY EVERY NIGHT ___-________________lock.___
TeamsXW. IWilson, '97, reprinted frosm Pie, - 10, 1;Ind 25CI Sc u.
thee 97 3fchipuseuiiama t usd ioledly night ladies ill be admeitted S. TAE
.criptive of th~eaiousumeuoual, of freetwh cic emeepattid hr getlceen. 1 4 .SAE
lasses and others, snmduing uponute lueL________019________________________
eamnpu, antd i illustated. I _____tepet.LwOei~ig
alumni ganacis treaftd tsosueeletl. UNIVlERSITY "1L w B o Pu ls esa d I r r,
The next issue: ofathe Altcannsiis. aw B o Pu ls es nd I p r rs
announced ao "ar Nunbei," anSchool of Dancing Haey ra isu' oka dtdb ae eitI
it will be devoted to givimg as ton- --AT aeyura isnsWrs seie yJmsD t
pete a hitory as posible of the Granger's Academ y. Amdrews, or Volt Host's "Cteustitutiomal atd Political 1lls~ory
work of Michiganmenon in the late litelehnoer946. if the Umitel States?" Thltese ooks are for satee.t our
sar betwveen this contry and Spain. ' bramueh store ade we shal hogd to have you call and
The'0Class Games. The Man W ho Sells r d examinieethice.
Te'0Medics failed to shone up leans anasdPocr t eliiAltici I Our Branch Here Closes About Nov I t
go fill their date with the Senior Lans ________________ _____is____
yesterday and as a consequeme for- W- 5- PARKER, -__ _" _ __-
fetdthe game. The All-Frneshumen 315 S. Sae Call to and see hum.SHA E TH SE 'e YU ET
took their place for a practice gainS A EW Y U ET
nod a good game was played, the GOPYING andlHISI WORK tOLD GUNBOATS Ceari YOUR FANCY,
Freshmen winning. The Junior Lawcs Allk indofaT ypewritingtc spemresu. Pime
aNod Fresh Medics play this morming ldrssaalie. A Feakli typewritefeerisen BY COURTESY CALLED SHOES. fit YOUR FINANCES.
at 10 o'clock on Regents Field. 1119 N. Main; Oera House Bock. W. J. APR ILL. 19E. Washington St.

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