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February 17, 1899 - Image 2

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} m ~ ZI Bryan lectured at the -University "+..,.*..^ ^ M_' ^^^""^"^^"
at O ~ .~a4. of Wisconsin last night.an
,ublished Daily (Sudays ecepted) daring the Prof. Stanley has had a second re- $18.00an $20.00
TE College yar, ut lapse andl is very ill at the home of 0 ESSUT an OVR AS
Frmere: The inland Frecs, Hennisg Blck Dr. Wenley is still confined to his ICosBthPne14.ouewhplriy Hesntr- STR LO IN HUE. theuse them as you choose
MANAGING EDITOR. ported out of danger yet.o
F. NEcncuc, '01 L. All candidates for tle basebal ))
IlOUSINESOS MANAGER. teamc are expected to report daily a
o. . l~s, 'soL. the Gymnasicum from 1 to 3i o'clock
EDITORS. Dr. Bradhacw spoke inc SackeS
Athltic Edior .cR. Woousew,'05 L. Hll last night on the subject "...*N++Ni+++++ ++
?.W Oxs, 9, A.U cDOGL~'1 . . H. Les, '050M,. i"ught I to Study on Sunay?" OUR STERLING QUALITIES
V.D.htUDnscecx'011r. IT. 13. wol.,0. B. M.L Aostinc has givenctisp is ptt AEORSLN AVRIES
sition aseoicstrcctor -t GGrnet's a++++++«++++++++
soo eslt cc Ncicc. cccccuccttcceImdccncicg school.
The suceeccpicspie of thec lActr s 1e 2W foIe Glee Club Notice. , 0
he caee yea, with a regularc I .ivecr)eforec IThere ciiiheeccteeeting of thc
nnedac hey. ccus c icc lcicccsa oc ccnttoigic ~ w .
othesmttericctend od l Iice ccrcousclbe civercuts Glee Club tngtit
mailed to cle editoc befocec p cm.cofcte dacyl loccI 24, at !71). Ill. sarp. OVERCOATS
previos co that.o whichcthey crecc. cclcd tc I . J. STPIE Leadter. PUk &ce as you wntuo upic.1,-YLL(IZ
:I,.yers o Stttlt nw~tad o wih B In siSTAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
klanues. Shcctilcece eill cce tfavorcbye Course in Oranic Eolutio.10
e Crer oa dc,erl pre1Tils coursciii e given durna5ctSngpop ttlr fie ayfineo
Alt hangesctitc cccleciiiscg me u st eu inccc
thSfieby4pu thedi pciecco chtile ice Ir em cceser as a ose lours
enwhc te aetottpat Cusaedicc tie cccccctoscet.Tl
0.1) SAN'llIgs at 7:30 icc the Mtseto n 1. G R1C = S cO T
Webster Banquet Lecture Roomccby Prof.IReighar. .J.
arcndcccs lveotcl h cclDr. Lillie cnd cwilIe ilustrated MOTR N MNFCUESO
Arageet hv nal be ly stereop ticn. First lecture, Thors- CHfEMICAL and PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
cloitell for tie banlciuet o X oW eb 10 IGHSUOPIC FINDlNGS. Headualrters for cll Loobr-
liter Socity to be givenl Tuesdcay cxeicg . 'e . tor Supplies
aight nils011' hall. It is expect. 112S.SaiStrceet An Aoor, Sieh.
ed thtat caboct 200Ciii e present. Law-Lit Students. ____________ -- _____________
Rail 1J Samclpson of East Berkshire, Lawc stcdects desiring to elec TRY HOT CHOCOLATE
Vtt.,i(, pie ientofcilcsoidy wlllitrorfwrthe itesocietyns cviiiasmaserliterarye wo escin orkelctorw oliterary(alie tstseude.n
will repond to toasts are, Gerge secd ccc a writteco application stating 200, EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
:Kligly, Lery A. Wilsonce Johna E. (le fact. Laow students cust Iave 316 SOUTH STATE STREET
steicn, Cares Simons, acd C. F. Students onltihe ix year course m 0d .rye ysterssred licc any stl.
Wiscer. Tickets lay e secred of slould see cce. General Consulta-
any of thle followcicng gentlemen, tion hocrs, 12 tcc 12:30, Roomi 2,'. I.B Y
George )-larrs, 0. P. Soni, I. Er- A. C. McL AUuolI~N AT S TOi!M I . R
1mb. WAN B. iiodc, acd C. A.-
Mitigty. TilE Heart ofl Marln, ALNJ)to INIMIWR( RTFEN THE
____ -~ __- ~PRINTERt
JDrt. II S. Bourcns ho wais oe of TheAGAeartF ofo Marylcund," whichbor isel
telacolig 1pcarty which raised tiheihave its preins presentation in Ann Abra h testngt .al FOR St.Ga t oF.OL OR Ba,
Anaericanc flag 1v01 tile Island of witnessed y a large and fashionable- - __ _____________________
GOnec was icc several dangerous re- audience is plainly evident in the n
eoncoitericlg expeditiocns and con- usually large advance sale of seats.
ducted tile negotiations cwitia Aminal. 'The Heart of Maryland" is in feaur
cc acts, and findo its action during the,
do and other insurgent leaders. He period cwhen the Civil War wan at itati
carried nesageo cunder fire during height. Throughout the play, the inter
the attack ocoMacila. After tihe nt of the spectators centre upon the
surrtilr o th ciy ie wo cadestruggle of the heroine Maryland al-
offier-etrit Jcoral.vert , to prevent the pursuit of her lover
chief healthofie.DtotJunl by in enemies, and his capture, which
would result in hici speedy and igncin-
Rot. Junius E. Beal, editor of the ous deathc ac spy Of all the wonder- Ti pc coooteSuet'LcueAscain
Got'iei,cwiii deliver aco address be- fully realistic scenes, tinged with the ; TIti pc iecog t ieSooeosrecor soecto
fre the Business Mecn's Cicas, ct the glamor of romance, whicho David Belas-1
en an devised to enhance the interest
congregational chucre, next Succday, of his dracmca, he has never created one
immaediately after- the nmoroicgs ser o thrilling, so illustrious of the grnd-
vice upocn the subject, "Combuinations nr and force of the power of a woman's
ink trade coAd tieir effect oco tie oral love when driven to desperation as that
n the belfry of the church tower. y
developmcent and prosperity of thiso
Amng the volunteers wcoioocreI ATHENS THEATRE, I_____ _____________________
stationed in the Phillipicnes is J. D. -
Kilpatrick of 1900, oce of the fresh- Friday, Feb. 17, 1899 Crescents M. STAEBL ER'S
enlistem daatr at the outbreak ofla.tle Hcar Dacicee,lascoGeatIferaCycle3Fj.
mastatooseoothsesscH uclecoochte cCyclcetEmpor$35m0
with at Xyomoing regicmecnt whihbhcas H at M rln 3sCent Revel Gear Chaicn-He r of M yan ls, _ $0.00Em oi ,
snatonce to Macila. At last re of Juvenles, - - - 2.00 119 WEST WAHtNGTON ST.,
potM.Klao sa c od Ud eIie pesonal drecticon o tc Aasg et Oit Dnlap Deacale Tres. ANN ARBOR.
Prof. Jacob E. Iteiglard, director I)avidl Belasco's Comupansy RANGER'S SCHOOL. OF DANCING.
of tlhe zoological laboratory of the wich cccecriginal scens ad A - p erTerna of 12 Weeks.
University, addressed the Muskegon cecoca e. Prices,a5c, Me, 75c, $a. OR M E PRY EC AUD Y EEIG
acid Ionia county farmer' institutes, PROG_____ __ R A MEeAonsEAH byRAppcYen EllEcIhNG .
held thiso week at Rtavecuna and Port. -- --- - _vaai sb Apiten.BlS'oe26
land, respectively. The Mutual Life Iris. CO, II E A H N
Of New Tak.N E YY
The office of the Board of Regeats Asets $277,516,325.36. las Patent Leather Shoes for Sprin, is tie Eglish Flat
in the new law building has recently Gluranteslaeger Paidaup Insurenmce cash areaL.e.W hv hcoi uto n ac.I os;aa
beene furnished with a new carpetaLoan cannesuicy. Ectended Inruace than anjLs.W aethmi utnad ae fyuwn
and nesw desko for each member of Agents Wanted. - besuceosulloo s SecOsf Radsea, orslos
th or.Addes, tD. A 1I aeRSNbiaS oS.fctor FRIASH E T AP119 Wnnbongtoa ca 5

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