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November 22, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-22

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

F

'Cubliahed Daly (Sundays excepted) duin
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
teerteeo: TDimes baildiag, 2 S Mlale S. be
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THoMAS, '00 L.
B1USINESS MANAGER
0.1. IIlANS, '00 L.
EDITORS
11. 1B. PItus, '98 L, Athletics.
,R, L. Gltsuctt, '9i L. - - - Macdao
MochItI LAMBt,'00, - Tuesday
1, D. lit xert, '00. - wedcsdau
T. R. Woototow, 'O, - - Thuarsday
A. CiMmnmI., '59, - - - - Frdsy
:I. A. OsPEtie, '05, - - - Satturday
The subs^erlptlon price cc the Dlaily ia 52.51
tar the cellege year, with a regular delvery
'before naoa each day. Noticeo, commuion-
tibon, and other matter Intended toe publica-
tiun mast be handed In at the Daily offire be-
tore 8 p. in, or mailed to the editor before3
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are expeted to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daliy
Office, Meyer'a oe Stoflet's Newtnd, o
-with Busineas bianager. Subeelbers will cr-
tee a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
'There was iiicht to lover (e'll learn-
,ed oat flue protoutinlg contest hilh
Friday iight aini is to be regrefte
eliot there wits not t large'r numiiibir in
attendancre. The rapidtity with whicl
she forty-oseea conitestanlts represeit-
rang the diffe'rint clisse's of the literary
and laws departouints succutmbiedi ill at-
temsptiug to tpriiiiuiii' words ini cos i
iioti it'ibti sirves tii rall at tento to
the dleficieni'y oi' si tidents 112 tlis Ti-
, iect sod of the iiecessity of giving
imoTo attttin to i this brawiihi of i dli
"'atiesi.
Thlie Briiwni Daily Heiralid i seiak
ing (if tie cusniest editoiurilly says:
'"Thscorsest;,- ais outlineid, shuldins, it
sitts. Tiii liisliIoliuiiiitini of ti'ti'it>
becoeoi's iti'(ll titi'i with Clii apprr
.aiiti' if' a word, hut whenl 'ie coesct to
ulse it toratlly lie tilds tiat lie wnt
over it tioi rail to i be suie of is!
tlrtjltciittiiol F'or oiir r'easos as
welt men are often fatlty of ant blihty
Piliosophical Society Meeting.
'rho second regular uettog of the
Pluilsopuieal Society was hieltd Friday
esvening in Rtooml 21. The mieetilag was
very welt attenided tiotwithstanding tile
fact that the pronouneiug contet was
being held at the same time. hevesl
members of (lie faculty were eetd
to 'honorary minllCrshiis in the society.
The feature of tlie evening was the
seeding of a taper eta "The Evidenace
,of a Design ini Nature," by Air. Win.
M. Wherry, '9h'. The paper was a vei'y
abie one aend showed carefuil psetara-
ytion..
1Mr. Wherry (segatiby discussing the
design theory ill its simplest form;
namomely thati the Universe was made
:foe 'man, and showed that man was
onerely the 'highest step yet reached in
the procees of organic evoiution, which
led 'some thinkers to. beiiev'e that thei
-design was not to evolve manw merely
but some higher and mere godlke be-'
tug. He then critictned this theory,.
shnowing that by sodig it we put
limits on the omnipotence of our God,
making HiAm as it were the inve ntor1
ta a process subject. to laws {beyond,
Mim. 'He :said that we would have to
look beyond :him.. He said that wet

wivcud have to took for soliething die'p-
Ner in the universe, and sfter tonelitug upnDhI N T E R teayhetoku
(lie discussion of thse id,tlistic i .'
'P'le spieaker ,iloIshis 1ap, ' with thii
clossiuthounighlt: I .
"'T'his wsorldthleua, is lii' issilit of "t
logos iii a 'hitgit'r simns' ihm ii t of
I'lii alt-uongli s' idtii ii ~loi ,:;
tine'; alttuoughi it lees iiit mk ssusk''ii-
'aeCist Isit is nows i'iiistitiited; l

SHOES!
-of-
Every Description.
A LARGE LINE OF
CYM SHOS
SEE OCR WINDOW?
BDEAL'S SHOE STORE,
F 100) N Main Sireet. Opposite
' she Court Reuse

fairce-u'oiiui'ilysli'rLt ut lifi', tli e i-
t('isle if u'irttn tchassof e'il. o Iiiecii
2119 clear aniss'i'r to ltii'Agiostic;
pittotis flucmt. as bsuri'ly asth
inia te anii' iiuili sinse a uesigni iii
M t li 'lisi' if the reaintlg -(if iei
1p1per a lively idiscuission As .iillg "I1
isl by liii'meberuus if thei'souiuty, ieii
by Afr. L. C. 'arson.
This ifti r tsanat 4iclockit.' i,.

isoitlyWill fa' ailii'issi'ii by iEd
win I1. Steid, editor of flu' Ness E:i0
land4"1tagazii', oil. "'lii'Steli' ii. f iti
titory."
11A Correction.
l7 Ifuditor' Itsils':
Pletsinallow ir toilo'rictiali'i' 10
-he('idiig., "Sr. ing's N1.iefio'rtlii.'
Yoilur aliceli ttes thiat "Yolitg ng iti
o is Balidto besubsiljict is sii i 'ciias(.'.
Thlis: is a-boolitli itis re 5andii otlhitil
i'iitlil jnstifv(t'e asseionhulr pu'liti-
lir. hini''id; iii'ii iI'liai'uy be n tolya
iai'i'irtunt'ittl bt : liii's.isss#°sili5tter iii
fouiiis Sil'rs ifi'il it si ores I t ijiistli'i'
io himt toiaslios' sieta stiotll huh)lto
r i S. 91r~et~~ . ltle~isiet)Nl
> lii sidltt Se'iiour lu'ilt.'l 'luis,
'1llir i'l'i' e itu tie ii iliito iit I'ii'etinlg
'of the' Iiu'liani'usitus Butrt i'dIuiitou-
rows aftrisonsiat 4io'c'lou'ks in ltisiii).
"'The Pr'isonel' of Zeisda" it tile Ath-
01ns Piseater tomiorrow siight.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Seed to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
157, 139, all Woodaed Ave.. Dettroit.
Designs and estimates furnishsed on all work
of thix kind.
;CHAMOIS SKINS !'
We have just received the '
Y the dinest lot of chamois9
9 that we ever had. By buy-9
inlg a large number we got,
them cheaper than we ever
bought poorer ones before.
We have marked them to
9sell at retail as low as some?
9 wholesale dealers sell them9
I by the dozen. If you need
a chamois of any size for
any purpose it will pay
you to see these. 5c to $1.
CALKINS' -, PHARMACY. o

i-

ELASTIC RIBBED
Are complete undergarmnents coveriug
tile body like an addutional skin. Per-
fertly elastic, fitting like 's glove, but soft
anil without pressure. Most convenient
to put on or off, being entered at the top
and drown on like trousers, No buttons
down the front.
$2.00, $3.50 end $4.50 Per Suit
Keyronly, Blickensderfer. ...r
Me.$5 Typewrites Machines '
Equalyoif sthe 1,high-pritedmcies-iscatpaciy
' - ( and quaitly of workand extel theem s insonveice.
°'- Practieal, ltw-priced, portable, keyboard mcindes.
j '16M& 8x LUsThiiO A50 OVAACXRS.
k _. it ibbon. No,74 itt e wtth Sitiic 6
ti bight K, Crices.$5000"
*Typeintuehangeale,
* "' pritting.
tdi xtoanye de d lra laii t Ueqiulin ai
Tyeweritte soatonthe fA00saq e r.~esl
pliety o.ci otrec
93 tro Sldis Tod t eti r oit, hiotch.abe ac ie reom eex s ~ eo
T-\ ~ o sont
olhtndy pon oa ny 5.Fe..rthbse mcoad s sihgneigt onfnu~e

GEE WHIZ!2 1S HELL FL?_.. aw
Henry Irving was playing in "Faust" at a L~ondons theater and, while
descending into the infernal regions, for some reasnn or another the trap
in the stage failed to work, leaving half of Ihis person in full view of the
audience. Some fellow in the gallery hollowed out, "Gee whiz! Is hell
fnll?" It is a hard questions for us at the present time to answer; but there
is one thing that we are sure of, that SARG'S CORN PLASTERS will remove a
corn with lass inconvenience and with better results thanl anything on the
market. Get a sample at J. L. SKINNER'S or at your shoe dealer and try
it for yourself, I dozen plasters 25c.
PARISIAN REMEDY COMPANY,
208 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ill. Sole Selling Agents.

J.

THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE. THE: NECESSARY
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REVER & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY SHOES

= Ann Arbor, Flck

£tX Heaviest Russia Calf, Colored Leather, French
$5 .00 Enamel, Box Calf -Water Tight Construction,
'1 Comfortably and nearly indestructible.
fig EIAST WASHINGTON STR F~.

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