Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 20, 1899 - Image 2

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1899-01-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


.4"'4I* Prof McLaughiin's Propheegf. M~usic Studio
jor & . P atu4 In a lectuie before his class ili piano, Pipe organ and com~poitian
Published Oatly (Sunay eceted) drn ,thoeltei'lo o Prof. A. C. M!.cLaughliniE. H~. TK EIM iP F'
Collegeoyear, at in speaking of the purchase of Fa ttec 'noeteOeay
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Louiisina, had occasisti to make sev-
eral interestieg remarks on our war 312 S. Dliviion St. Consort Piano Tuniga
Bos : th ' 00 ost-1i1onng7to w thh Spain wich has just closed.
Bot ttttono14" The first English settlement in THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
F. i L.mos -in 160," he said, "was iiaile for the MR .tu i~~V~~
lOUSUI',ES 1ANGEm. simile purposeif gettiiig alieadiof Will give lessons on the mandolin and
o . Irsta, -so . Spain.''Oiie great anihition of the guitar at the Uitiversity Schnool of
xIli 0115. Eitglisht llootd iii America since that 1Muasic every Friday. For T.erms and
Athlettc Editsr,'r. iR. Wtttttttnot, so i.. tlty thositeen to drive' Sptiin frsiii boom apply to the Secretary.
F. W. JttS, '99, A .iMCiDiOUGALLtt"°01 E, tltis rittinlient. 'Phittitas pirtly ac-
F.., EAMNa, 't.{t C.1i1. Eettt. -tt0OhM, ttttillisltctlby our seiztire of West
0. tD. iitttto tt. 'Oi i. lo'ria in the Ltouisinatipnrchiase; G ENIiERA
agasittwhtenire jitcliased Eatst anti
C: iSotitlierit Florida in 1821,1miindtiill
The stisetitito t-- ~~ le cotisuimimitted tent the treaty of
he uiption-ttpricettof theDIYr 25 otr pence tritli Spaitn nitw-peiiding is W nte r
noechduoti t cscieeriators n 'rtitiedi. Nowthtttt Spaii idstao tter'- $0
othr mttr zfenedfor1}bitatin untherittiylere e aycotiinuec the tiove-
matted totle titortbetf otes.itptrftet lt-yot: i ttbyati ertaiicatioit tf Sptsnisii - 0+0
previousttto tttat ol whictl itotare expete to t t-itihi a1th ouh -
ea h-otttito eta t be leftat i 5theDItYo t stAmetricani natiotus. By our last his-1.0
lMteerorSttolt yew tnor a tttttoeatttt 10tt.00t sitetmttmmemttmnmy -a

Students' Laundry Association
Wma. VOUGHIT-Wm. S. FOX, ageats fee
The bst high grade landry ia the State. The
eniy machtne dosmestic finish in the West.
Gotefinish astugiven. Aul woek promtply,
natly and carefuliy doac.
Oie202as. State at. Residence 610 Lawrence st.
Nesw State Phsne. 041.
Ann Arbor, Miecs
Suits and Overcoats
Shnits (Sr Overcoats $15.00.
44 44 44 13.50.
44 44 ' 44 10.50.
46 64 6 r 7.50.

crestoie'ivet ape.ttl-tlo.attitt iWe have no reuason ti believe that /i JSHIR F ---
All cttng na dvt-t t ltt ott t te nit he ho i st y ' a n t again repeat itselfit. V
the atist' iy 4 pt. .ttnte dy peou to t th st or ba i
un which they ate toot litot. -4 All our Regular Dollar Colored
D___ r. Vaughan Lectures. #l Shirts, Clearing Price - - 75ce
0.bI The' imst re'guilat' meetiiig of the 7LOVES
i'_Dl:,__A Mlediial Associaitiiuntwas held last i GL VES;
i-hlt. D~r. Tatughani lectured to a / f Silk Lined Cape Gloves, $2.00
Time ( otti(ttseilitteiit (fltb is crowed llecitire rom iittomi 'Causes of IlII Glores - - --- 1.50
certaiiily ttt he tongratlatli isi sjltiid ueporiinthrArit.''TieSilk Lined Kid and Mocha, $1.50
its successiut sietiritg \Vill. I. Bryant typioidrFrever intiAiiyof Thite Grilov ies - - - -$ 1.00
tosekii'Iiiotbibt' iices in viiiting the varittis caiiilIs of See onr Windows for Cleoring Prices on Fashionable
subject iti wtiichi e-trystudlentt all(tlte ctttiitry andtold SuitOecasadFrihns
every citizen is dee-plyinterestedl amldiniier tie~conditioU 1ihe f ou hrisOerot.adFunshns
1esre to utheiilightteniedt hecas of the disease teas pri- WILSON Noble's Star Clothing House,
isfortuntietothat lie is to hautix ai u oteusntr od- c vi-t98
Univer-sity Hailwhtreestiilitud mnyd otentssbindit mry condi- t ..eee6't(me
citizns aieutt ei ii~ ~tonis d iuujttre wraer. Vaious I.h~ao so~i 209 S. MAIN S T.
citiens likemay ear int o erinheletsrai d, lies.wTimearm
b e t a v n a e e e i s c s a d f i s h r ySTh o u g h t h e i e e t i m r ottf h i e c a i ti t l i c e i s g i ni e d a cl e a t if v a l u a b l e e x -C 1 _&7 I
dates fttr the btasebtill ieaii last iiight i 1erienee frotm weihi they iwill profit
outi'uurateieulIt te iiiti-if any auci necessity for camips SOTE5S)MAIFTUESF
teas noihrceie yteetu rises iimthis future. IPRESADMNFCUESO
olasimic h pl lrevaiils hit-sitilatr ittet-
ings later in titetollege yeatr, it is Charles Burtons, 98, if IDetroit, CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
yetl a coiaieraiflgiil titocit tt iuci-asitirei b s mgu t isiie MiCROJSCOPIC FINDINGS. Heiadquarters for all Labora-
aerlya cst leiabeorhoursitramtl<t idenmtan of the saise city. Mr. tort' Supplies
yeate tia i eiforietur t thetiieBuritonu ismengagleidin flhe abstract 11a S. Main Street, Ass Arbor, Micb.
yea an at el'tcuuittol ti lo hei husiness iwithi his father in Detroit.
utmost to muake thu. bastelitll seasoni
of 'f99 a sucetssfiiltn'. --_________--________
NlewSotiteiriwh Bible Chir Lectures. None likeTRY HOT eChCO ATE
will giv'e a coturse of hitict-issttl "The !{ J 316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Life anud 'ITttintgi of (Chrisi" tiider The tmrgesbttasttrtment of Candmes intecyY0
tf Ihtt A~it \ th r iihl-~ made hourby-. Oostes merotd ieany styie.
thet aiuspicesatofethenyA borBllehiFRIDA
Chamire aniuthdestudits hris tinhJAN UARY
Associtionihi at -ewberytit 111be- 2T If You 'Want Or Binding, or Ruling, or anything in our line, no matter
iss il is ater iunoroonfl. JJ L. how small or how large,
intternialo mmeiuteetific'itthe Yoiuit L alanellbifofyo. Wad CqANteD I
Woimetn's ChristitaniAsociatitotnand H RoberPrntngMalnCAtDeI
secretaury tof the Bible ostdy depar-aIPrn ig"fryo.Clladg T cu ine IlnPes
anent of that twork. She gratduated Te I*an*Prs*
from Smiithi (olletgte ini1892, and - ==r-- __-r__-___ R enning Blank.
from IHartford. 'T'hltogical Sem'inuary OYSI STOP!1
in 1856. 'This lectures are free, astd AT THEEN I ' i
students and citizens iare etorditlihl hudt ttn. nonciet- f I I P LDVLIE KIN
thme differenit lectures andui the lates 11 G1R~ N KA.
mabe lhuat upout request flute S. ues~~s i .Bn
C._Abuldig._uroStEato__.andM._ank 119 WEST WASHINGTON ST..
Th adalTunmn. Peninsular BOTH PHONES, NO. 108. ANN ARBOR.
hehandball toturnaimeint beganm MAYNARD ST. BELL 'PHONE 246.
yesterday. Only tiro gamies terrecn Grancger s ,gnste inder mnageetof MRS. ROSS GRANGER.
Enig, ( nBeginer Clases-entemen 10a.m., Saturdays; Ladses p m. Saturdays
plydngrhain inls. A Ismermediate Clss-Mosday evensings. Advnsced iClats-Tuesday evesins
Noordeter defeated B. Garitetrs( i cademyl Programme Paety each Sanurdlay Evening.
two straihlt sets, ansd IPiueusmu 5di-tC 'OI'pL1 g
feated Hoiightoii in tins sets. Ths
entries aind thleioppionenit which eumch DETROITF. MICH. In Cjose Paces,,A
one dreuw ire posted itslttte basemeni With the coming and going of the seasnsn arc the fashions
of the gytinussimi. No time is sef jj ai Shues. The Styles of yesterday are neon forgotten is the denirerfur
for ftse other conteest, lbs contesantes RJ)riN.JILI..., that uf to-muoruow. See oar wisdurn5,for the hest op-lu-date line of
having thus privilege of arruenging the ntyles tue to-morouw.U
this to suit thsemselves, lState Phone 144.-1lIL'S1EAnAbr

Back to Top

© 2023 Regents of the University of Michigan