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April 07, 1899 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1899-04-07

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G. H. WILD CO. > v AD' AI80 iTY
Willaiiaunc tha wehave05WMusic, Mr. Hamilton; current events
received our Spring and Summrer /. Mr. McElligott; select reading, MYr.
Woolens. Our stock for the incoml- Flynn; music; deate, ''lfesovde,.
ing season is the largest we have ever '"f .".. hat the single ta on lad swouldel be
shoniscxibetter thani the present .,y sten of
ihwi xlsive anmd cnin ied, in afirmtiv
hoth foreignad hdoues tic goods, iil andtaain;' ess.~r
is uisss' ofthehet fbre ii , /gett and Cook; negative, Mesrs
every isoe that cal e otained. We ' si \Dewey; impromp~t, M. Slater:
carry the lamrest line of Woolens ini s , 4 k? tory, The tDrnuiier, Mr. . loxr
the city. We inite outcal5il (/ citis relsrt.
nspect the same. e+ APH11A niU.
// Alpha niu society meets tonihti+
- 7 the program: Music; recitaio _
G. . W LD o.1 . Itolister; impropt, .Ki rij
10 . Vshnto /n__ - pech, A. E. Lathr i: h&A
1081t] WahintonSt esled, That it afr etc t .iok
ANN ARBOR. /i system fr the public school s a ' -ual;'afimtie esr. ih
x _____________________ 01'Y troie amiol Cillci; neative, n± c~s
( .y Keslaiiand hThomas; a genral co
W arra tedate xwiii followe the iroran~
Webster society swill give te i -
Cutler .on;,current eveits, RP.:
We have just received a N .Fezr eae R~fe;
fine line of High irade " /.
Razors and Knives, fully Ta u orsaetona oor
warranted, amd we sell them l t8croainadtussndm hto
ight too S e our window. far fromi the people; afirative, F
6 f 1 G. Crame, Mr. Wigle, amd .VW
W A U EE E VIE$ tcCamioles; megative, M. G.Spaul-
~IIDflIIII I RIIACY _ __ __ __ img, Kit. Wade, amidlR. B. H.
~. cy~~ Kramer; reading, W. C. Geak.
F~ 2Ii srandndeseves i-irloy- -'lhe folowvingis the prograum fos-
Durin therest r th cortge yar weunde the uspies ofthe omans Leaue. he remiti topics, 1).ret t1ics, J. L mJo somi;: ium.
wi evelnhs ai au me.rsdyor ndsrvshearty suppomt.Tie entertainimmemtswhichm wiiilhefirmishedlMiss Ober t; ueclam atiom, MAl.'.
Tnoba rFlolie inis, Ccars, and is almmist toosel kmownmitoo be commented lupon.I ti eld S 's an Keiley; speech, Dan'mneubiuug; oua-
R. E. JOLLY & 00., has no equal. It is aliiost true o say it is ami aggragatiomi of soloists. tion, F. ID. Hunt; speech, J.19_.
308 So. State Street. Commspiuoumoamnmg them are Mr. Arthur Pryor, tie famious tromonme Baree; vocl slo, Miss bert; im-
_______________._ vrtimososwhio has aiways been identified with Sousa's comers, Mr. Herbert hrompuois, Messrs. Powell and Mml-
L. Clark, cornet virtuoso, FramziHlle, fleugel horn, tamd others of coqumml holamd; debate, "Resleii 'That m,
* repiutiom. Miss Dorothy Hoyle, wvlho his apeared imi the Sousa coicerts omi protective tariff should mit e leiesl
New Cam eras previous tours, wiii also be present. Rihnauo __ _ any manner that will benefit
for'99 AhielcRrogrameme for the Legis- Parallel bars-Diersomn, Beymer, amd Harboug; megative, Messsn
When we put those The programn for the eitertaim- Relay races--lO00, Elbe, Hatch, of officers foloxs the progran..
ith amerscard hewthat mrreadr like" athiscmpmiieNeutr tonight1 isHayeaboutha consphtietedlke NeuferhicoWood;er 1901 r 1Lairig HayesSets,
hesding, we were not offering Mumir by tie glee cub will be inter- Witoh etr -eme;10 i aeolSaa
bargains, hut one lady wanted spersed with the athletic events. Lai, Westphal, 'honmpson, Teetel, Owimig to tie great demiamndhfeso
ho uy one for 99 cents. Two Nobody wiii be admitted without a Harzburg; 1902, Barret, Gardnmer, tickets for the umistrel sowv all
men thought better and paid ticket. 'These tickets caml be secured Utley, 'islegh. tm et m hsSaesre hr
u$16.20 each. The new feat-_____ _tesetohSaetet__rte-
res make theoe cameras very at the steward's office by application Medmcal Societij Meeting. cept a fewr scattereul ones ihae beemz
desirable and the prices are imn person. 'fle program and entries: sold Accordingly thue chart at
Cakn'Pharmacy ® burg, Neufer, Westphal, Gardner, Medical society held their regular b roguanaefrs at mnooufoa
_________________Holbrook, Whitcomb, Barrett, Ryanmntl neemg.'fleIneigSantie comveience of University tu-
Breitenback.' taken uip with reports of iwork whichidns lme o odsasac
Your Namre Horizomtal bar-Richardlsomn, Bey. has been done by the under graduate deiusoldAnmimbertgoobst mireo
gsraved ospper Paie, mer, Diersson. tudents iu the Medical Dpartment. quickly today. The managemmemmt h&
witihlsiiim1uircr.,5r o Wrestling-Loud'h reedn
MscGeLocudvs. Wheeler. Tefollowing subjectsweeds noabet nsoneasrrsm
MuicGeecimcussed: "'The Relatiomn betweemmh owal
us0 cards, engravedfroms yiur on plate, for Dole aulttheamprogram.Kee Apspecialnd uermimouerAhaia
PlvamtAasDveKeSyhlsan"PriiAnma, just beemn secured which will prove
90 CENTS. ua, Runnells. Miss Affeld; '"The Early Diagnosis
T~m Bet toc, I'oty~d. iudle-'feielHarz-of Pilmmonary Tuberculosis," P D very popular. The company in m
TTeeLatest Styles. br, FishurmdAesel, artzmm-eor fy cs 0eamsing daily and is giving amie
brFslihAeg orRu.Bourland; 'Rpprrformamuce.o
The isaoussrst ismi esr.. e hoseRihadsn, Myxcedemai," Mr. Mortensen; "R-;peoac erbrCpcse
Askto eeournewsttioery Sde ors-Rch rdSDDierssomi Port of a case Adreual Strum," Cacy adeotberftb all.omeckwleo,
A ) ~ Bye.J. L. Martin; 'Somse Observation onCaeanotrfobllmnwloc
ASI Dsenfetants" . H-. Morley. cpy lne ofthe boxes and the othe
High jump-Tryon, Armstrong, _______________ will be resedrved for the press.
A. A. Aarrett, Flournoy, Adams, Both Ciharts for Minstrel Show
ANN ARBOR Bjork. now at Hangterfer's, State St. Charles N. Roach, of Paw Paw,
U1P row. Down'own Musi-"Carpe Diem," Mr. Rot- sonie good seats remain in right ex '01, has been given a position on
smte S. Opp. Cotnose ter and glee club, half of honse. the mail run from Chicago to Detroit.

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