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December 20, 1898 - Image 2

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[ O f 4 * V alDr. Angell for Senator. ,.
. T' l ~ 'he 'Herald last week, comement- ttinig , igo h ugsino r nelo
Published Daily (Suntays excepted) storing the , e e as a setta torial candidate, too k al e3 eh no
toll eeyer at - gioomsy view of the matter, oil the Have a large and comnplete line of
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. g'otd that statesmanshiplina the
].Jtted States seniate, however mitch"
BohIhn- 117. Ou clilght i0t to e niay,
is nitsntSiii htsought fori'nots. Bit NWA-
MANAGING EtI)FT'05. should there lie a relapse itito the Suchi as HEAVY BX1LIIIIIGGAN,
Ir. ~sesotoELH , '02L. old tint, andI itlie thtougit necessary, AUSr>BUIESMNGR toakasepbcwdanrvie.ALIAN WOOL,
o.it.HtAce, 00 t. the cuistomns of our fathers, the ice-I FLEECE LINED ({both wool and ecottons fleeced),
EI5TOS, ald woiuldl xitantly tur n from the all mlade to keep you warin.
AthisticE ditor, Tit. 5'onseow, 'o L consisderation of' the ainesofutBut'-
P . Jont 's,9, A. ItI. Ric occAL, '0111, roses and Pack and Ite rest of the 2 12 3S U H M I T
FD. KAAit0, C.tIt.te'ts, '00 M, _
G.. I) IJT- o E patck that heuresses itn the cave siof____
slpoils, wrangling ansi snarlinsguovs'r
the slaughtteresd prey'ssf titef' I bunt, Allegretti
and join its voice to the cry, "Angell Choolaes oneSo
an iitrt Tuky eeduI hC~tSNn oGo.The subscerttiptipiefthaie DAILYis 12t0'or cGod speed the day swhen pure, old he will has-e a tre h atepty atfOHEADQUARITERS
noahe dtaya, Notic aes'gammiaedtisn ogfsy statesmanship, like thatssf ste Ctrstas triadsse in sue qiarter
other aeitendNeeefopueiainmstea ahestaaltmea aidinibList poieundoe-htii alfondantot
aharde inta t~ttifohasiustntefatthersIshallfccsmbeagain! hem.itoistandthree poundhackagies ttta For LAMPS of all kinds, IPORC 1
maied Ctoteteittr erets3eaifth a te daybe feared that it is still too far out
preavoan Ca hase wiich ttheyn ae ep-clad 1o on the riai of the cycle to sseintg in LO1CDWNE YS LAIN CttAMlIEtf SETS, DI1NNEDI
Sabscri ptiosa e ytietft at the DAILY oafee, at the staeptale in tine for the SOUVENIR PACKAGES SETS and FANCY CHINA. Japan-
Mayeras, or tetllet's e citansi, cc withBuiessaia
Aantager. Sbscerihbens witt coater a fites hy senatosrial electioni, and swe therefore Atls instick. Take a packageT
reportingproanity astishis office ay fatlare of repseatI"Dr. Anigell stanids no shIow." home with yea. ese Goods and Novelties.
carriara to eliverepater.Q A
Alu canages i. advertising ematter must bh in -Jackss Herald.15SM I ST
the altie by 4p.is.Onateaday preniosstisthat _______ J. J.QU R Y155,M I ST
ono whinth theyaetapaner.Ouig aaieIoranr.

There will he a meeting of the
DAILY Board at 12:45 P. ti. on
Wednesday, in Room C.
Prof. Reighard'$ Lecture.
Prof. J. E. Reighiard last night
delivered ana interesting lecture be-
fore thie Unity Club on "The Biol-
ogy of the Great Lakes." A very
goosd-sized croswd attended the lec.
tore in spite of the hod weather.
The lecturer traced the difference in
the character of the ainial aind
plant life in the different parts of tine
lakes. On thne shores are fouthde
greater variety of spnecies, which are
adapted to bearinig the force of the
waves and winds and great changes
in temperature. In the deeper port
of the seater who-re the swaves cause
no disturbante ore feunsd othter site'
cies less protected against such
forces. Here, however, the nunmher
of species is very small Diing tos the
lack of light ansi air. '[le bottom
is for the most part quite level aiid
consists entirely oCstislessay clay,
somietimeCessresredl withi a layer sof
saisd, bitt tsuaslly expossesd.
T1he strikitig di ffer'ence hetseeni
te animtal life of thne landsltantd sater
is that cii lattd the greater nutmiler
sit antitl sp ecies nticeIherbsivsrouts.
while in asater' searly sll ste caritvu
orstus 'heleslitctreo'ssfully ilis-
tintedIby sltreopticont Sviscws o tic
thefmei'si impotliii'-ts c'- ithir
Mr. is-(oi-i tss1 sltso
lie still c (s!si fij l copos " I i j l'
or seinsg thei'fiomy siof I Ii i
is aery 1,itlv4ri' iiihis clii ly, ith1i
formner y, o irs si';io sostlcil iif hliv-I
tug lsltitti d tssiiiyallisnntoisentt jwih.
Attorneoy-Genterail "resd A. May-
nard, of Grantd Rlapiils, '74 lit, '7
law, an old Ann Arbsir soy, hsas
accepited ata invitatison to speakt at
the lsanqtuet ssf the :Lintcolnt Club att
Coldwvater, Feb. 13, 18939, his sub.
ject beitig "The Future of thne Re-
public." H~e will on Mosnday of this
week respond to a toast at the ban-
quet of the Marquette bar.

ithoese, seasonanse, and. as usunal,
superbly illustrated, Oting ls for January
brings to us the merry jingle of sleigh-
belle, the ring of sknates and the strong,
healthfuli atmosphere of wintry spurt
and patime the world over 'lbs con-
tents ares "6Mid-w'ainter Madcaps'
(poems), by Charles Turner; "A Christ.
mae in Mooseland," by Ed. IV. Sandys;
"\'ew Year's Day at a ttedoon's Bay
Fuar Poet," by W. Bleadel('amerOD;
"A Hockey Match,"by M. Gertrade
Cunelill; "In Lotus hand Awbepl," by
T. Philip Terryt '.i Day's Sport in ltbs
West Indies; '"The Perils of Whaling,'
by Captain R. F teffn:,I- rhe Passing
of the Ice Carnival," by Edwin Wild-
man; 'A Fox Hunt on the Pedee," by
Jars Marlin; "A Snowshoe Cariboc
Elunt," by Frank HI. Risteen; 'Itastien,'
byv S. Rltett Roman; "A Chris'mas
Morning in Carolina." by F. A. Olds;
"A Leopard Hunt in Bengal," by J. W.
Perry; 'Figure Skating," by L .E
Mitchiet 'Florida Fishing Sketches,'
by Mary T. 'lownsend; 'lbse Yarn oh
the Yampa," by E L. H. Mce~innis;
..Jsack Rabbit Honts and Drives," by
D~avid iw. Fenton; "The Orange Ice
Yacht Club and Its Rivets," by HI.
P~erey Aohley, and the usual editorials.
poes andeelrecords.

WeC5 will for the next 30 days, coissueiscing Nov.
- 18th, offer our ment's $3.50 Heavy Box Calf, Tan
Storin Calf, Dosuble Sole anid- Calf Slices for $3.00
____ WRHfR & MILLER, TheC Shoe Men.
'Prices from $15 Up.
o'5 c-a..'' cotr
j ':cBest
eot-sis 11o'/ h ic
7 .5~f5 O~Worl'd

School of Dancing.i 1qs~
Granger's ACaderny. i
a as .istiru' y a" 1

'nd AVW, _i ON A -ST CAtD177 N
rill sets- ui i-5 pa5c-,sofIprl ,
P' REEbhriesc.(T~o each mthis i
2dicatoed aspyecios sonie. Anyoeearingt
e sonte of theirtehi-onsthisurcesthe
reatsan0 unfailingc good tack.)Tise Birthday
insurpacasiss hbeuty any-Ret) peiasseve
Cccii SedAdessaonucss Card.Intoasostey
qttired. Penfmn returnettif 55ntod. Mea-
ntsihtanper. NATIONAL SUPPLY CO.
i,48 . 60W. Larned It., DETROIT, Mice

KANDALL, QAL. Everyk Xbin.
119 N~est Washington Street
State Phone 144. Both Pitanes, No. 108i. Ann Arbor.
In C10osC PaCesenie,
'Vith tha cominaned goiag of the seasoes nra the fashions
in Shoe. The Styles itt yeaterday are soon forgoteno he the desire for
that of to-morrow. See ear wiedows tar the teat ep-to-data lice at
the styles far to-morraw. C C
119MILLS u HOE KOM Ann Aeltor. o S.

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