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VOL. VIII. No. 53. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1897.

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WI LD
Has'received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO, 1OB E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN
All egretti's
Chocolates....
Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60e a pound.
Lowney's if you
prefer.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
THOSE NOBBY SUITS!
MILWIARD THE TAILOR,
STATE STREET.

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WASHINGTON GLADDEN.
The Doctor Lectures- on Social
Reconstruction.
Last evening in Newbssicy HfllIto" .
WVzahigton (xliaddien delivered tih e e-
end leictre in the S. C. A.' series of
iacddresses upon social topics. His sub-
jeet as5"'Thle Sermcn 00on te AMotini
uns the Basis of Socialltlcwnslrnchion."
ttl'idttied in <a fewe littit wordls by
Prof. A. 1C. Mle.aughlin, the faurs
pittaoator addressed te large ant
(tititsistiC aentience -in wcrds whiich
bespoke thtm the Chrislan, petutosllter
tttt mtant of widte literary scopr. Ilis
crgutttent eas itt brie2 as follows:
coit ismytiulrtmose tIsitilicate 'how
th1rist's fantotto sermnon, te stubject of
hits siscottese attnd the ftsnttttaiott of
Christian ettics, cant te oaiplied to the
rebutildinog andtlremtodteling OfTtioulert
society. The Pleas titerc eitetateet
wNere estiectaily aptinatble to te ti-
dititotat;° but Itit tuto hrenietutiered
tat every ouster tcatttrcqt'I thito ttotss
of lUetmttasocitly tttly tty directittg his
retmarks tat its intdivhttal n'cstttso'rs: ihe
r!"ust 'hear thtetr tersottat11lisets atodi11is.
likes. Anal s, white Cletist attd~re~soed
bitiself to thte iudivldtttals tresent, I
tnev etttless allfiithtat tie' stocri Ties
theit givent to fite svorldt ucalte ttsesl
toa 'te basis of a woverld reg-'ttcu.ion.
"Existence is a social fact. IEvnsy
tt-a's life is determined by ev'ry
eftteor mats's life, anti cachi stionhi act
inwit loving kindness toward Ilte otlher.
()tt 'tttese two doctrines soci ty cau be
revivilfied and built ult.
"But to mty extremte regret tticeettas
always been a tendency in Ite chuircht
to consider Christ u&s a guide to
Ifaven, but a very poort, ltilosotslter
0it social topics. Fromthtlis source ttahs
rouTe must of te .hteresies of the
c1t1,1clt. Ant intohtie worldt itself wve
can islahnly see thtat thtlidea of
brothterly love loan not been the root of
ocial eonstrttoat. At dest t'~
theoary upotn whlich socety was built
was largely tht aristocratic theory, to
consider the malty as chattels and tlte
few a owners. This idea bhai l isap-
lieared to a large extent, and sue inod-

witht this spirit the tiaster tiiis hts
dutty(i0one whentheitohas hi Iol10si~r-
ranit, atnd the servatit cottsidets lIi oh-
ligationhsierfortuett *twhenttiho'wwelts as
sigated Is perfortited.
"1f we ttttnlyzotitis i'cstititic spirit
twe see flhet thte ttnderlying ftact is eliot
ea conier t's i reta ittto tti' ta
trtittgs groitter Iltitit his r'latioutot Istis
fellosettien. 'His -relationo to the world
of titlits isOtto of doitiitt.ioat: he Ihas
ottntttred inttter, t pci'otite lie' its
appliedl in everythintg, ttntil atth11o
present tum tite dlays (if slave-ry tife
itlitiost repm'roshitecd 'ith ie lttrdshtitp of
thte few .asuethte servili' witiitt of thci'
tmnotmy. Suhiea itstirit. cant osly be over-
cotnt' eltets iChlristiattt fellowshmipi ttd
ttae divitie Ithierliood of (Got is "alituw-
tit aitti followeds as the btasis of tisottat
Wasiingeost "liaddinSp leakls hs tf-
1trttoon ;ito tniversity 1Ball, talitg is
of Cutltttre."
Reception to the Team.
The followiing itnvitatiotn has htei'tm
lottoited to te Daily 'by .a xi-emertioif
Ste ttttersigttt'tteltbiti sisioscitof a.
ttttittet' of stititoits. 'te iatt is to
exptress to te teaiti, Oie good fetfliig
ethat'xitis itltongthgle sh~dnit hbsidy
tttt the aisprisialtiiitt if the stilettiid
aor nileliy iimte dsiei. 'T:cc-ionsi
will tie tit itiforrm attftir sottieseuitani
lie natre ot ta smiokor. Several tuctii
tiiro iif the itoavo'tif 'ittetol lott~e
hritttiseit to i'betirisotettaid te {tl m
Clutb will siitg tieir oldt tbtte siiags:
All uteitbers of te Athletic Associa-
tin i sre heartily iruviti'd-anti urgedto i
' ttlend a recs'kltolttettdcroithOttofo.-
'ball teamti, coch ittt na agem tlti'tttt
the ttew irnuory ntt Sa.'itttiay evein-
lng it S O'clock.
"'issreceptinlis givenlt0to'show it :a
simral stay ,sttrr ltptreciItt iattof the cacti-
coet ainti stticessfttl efforts ti l te part
Of everyotti' cannemctodtitli tlt1so3 l
soisfootblli feullrt.
AN'JTI-KNtCKI It ('LU3.
Reception to Guy. Taylor.
0eov. 'l'aylor w1t1 arrive itoAntn At~bslt
yon thte 1:38 p. it. taiti over ft'e Miehli-
ganuCentral. 'After the lodue' kohiglim
Its wiil be given a recepituoa tinti bait-

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A Worthy Charity.
'Te folilowvhng notie of at tuosi
wotrthmy e.rily itas oesent.t lie
Dam ily awit t , re'fsiest fist pubttiation:
"Tue ItiostlicsIlospiitai fl aild,"
the t1utie sotggeots its lintt of weork.
It is tech kttosvnthaitittapiproiiriiltiotts
for 1tosilhis fails far short of illici'
iteeit. 'inte'simlts' tiroieiitii Itejist
mediical skill tttdtraiai'ml nttt-i- s, it
ftis isrovisielt is mittdi fur fr'e ?beds fuir
tii'i'iy tilies Avtiiiwosuldlike ii toer.
'f'lhis ~zite t'sitrity aitiwu'viieo.
'Ilie litoigs' IDtttght'rs have iist'.t
itiiist ci'iitmiiduttiii'wormin pr t ioviinlg
fisr ni'.'uiay isslots itt slt' ltisptl.
'i'his (tliii'hopes to o;sst te Iitly
'hoiesiiresttitie ra-ti t'tte 1usbrit
lthe exttitli' of oilrlStviiir itt alieviat-
itig- itoti nteedi-atn(]sttf'f'rineg hitlis's-
itimr cmirtity, w hlile elntt i'thilitg tlilt'
thittistfeetlingu- lnid gsutt wiii tofva-I'd
all otrgiaitiontsof a like, or sitttimlar
tntture the lat4e, of tile iseuteupa illic
diipit'ltclt of tile Palivers"ify of .5icit-
itli sewitithCit-ea'friends do ttiereby s's.
tali.Us siaalergitasis thall t Roms'sh sait tc
,hotspiftal (ittili." It 11a19bei' (Sid tile
facutity of h' Citeltmeoittlim' depa-tunenrt
ior the losupital staff liavm hail nothinug
to tiwnit tite oigit attdi irgasi7.tain
if tiltissoitety. Tile otlteers slei'teii fist
'iii' .i' end initg Novitties', 1898, tere
jMils, 1hairrison Soule, ,presh0iat; .Alry.
W. B. Tiusdale, Vietee "" : e witu; Mrs.
I1ithtiCt('on, rekstritg seetr;Mrs.
STuinit F. Avery, e'irresptictditig 55-e-
tary; 'Mrs. it. BRAl, ero.asuarcr'; hs M'-11 il, ~ssattl r rs .
II. S. ('opebttid, nttila'ti't' sxectlve
Cottttinif ttee.
Amty tietges t i iitittiotis ttiitibe
gladiy received, its it makt'slittie dif-

My friend from 'India
-AT TGtE-
SATHENS THEATRE
1 TO-NIGHTT. 4
PRICES $100,.75 cts. 5So cts. and 25 cts.4
Jut Rteceived a Large andt Elegant
Lineo of New PipootI
that and Cotd launiches at alt hears. Agents
for Hyler's and Witlams and Werners Os.,s
R. E sJOILWLl,'L&38Sith State Street.
WAI-R'S
300KSTO REZ
SPECIAL, SALE OF STATIONERY. E
Best linen paper per lb...... i5c
E Best white bond paper per ib.... 25c
Envelopes per box (250).... 25c
Envelopes per 1000 .............. 85c
Vititing-cards engraved and t100
Visiting cards from old plate 100
only.... ............ 90c
Mopnograms made to order irom
$2.50 to $5.00.
Always the -best goods at under
price.

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t thief comets to tIdle ick at ie:tihttte,,
atithfiit is imptiossible to o stiitlate liiie
goo01 the stunahiest schitprity amycttr
it is to tie liotie y ea flinlg time a~r.Ei'ti-
humn oftlii' Puiitohi-this gtiittnagrt'at-
iotle ssrk. 'fhref s no -grer a'work.
- Webster Society Program.
f lt'e ie Iluriin bftt ie Webster- Socieity

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Eiar civilization presents a very amibig-
uous -front.
"If we consider its poltca~l utter~
iautos, we Stud a4 the bottom the sa d-it
ofZ democracy, whichr is ess:entially the
spirit of COhristian morals. Eacht her-
soul-s equal. When we approacdh, ho;v-
ever, the other relations of mtan to heis
fellow-ibeiings, te lmuhutrial aide, iws'
see an ontitrehy differenit priticiple in
operation." It. is not a riat aerliltic, fetid-
'alistir, amid most or all not Citristian.
We can Seem it esmattaute. Domilasted

tisst at the GooikIHotuse by Ste Soult- tee Satarrday tight is oll ihows: Aiii-
ecu Chrub of the Univers ity. sit', guithir soio, -11e. t yiat;'essay, A. M,.
C-nurse tickets for time rotinatig OtN, C <x; iltrotnpius, C. A. Bocydi, C. I3.
aitinbera htas-c hiceasreduted to $150. 'Thomtpson. ansI L. 11. Ehrlicht; orationt,
These- tickets ,rill be ott sale at tti'
box office atigist. J. 0. JMcKou ki'y=; lebitote, "tiesolvedt,
'Thamt thtesttady of olsitoty sitould bit
The Uttiversity ihospital averaged contisstsry It teilthair d(-Irttnont,"
68.4 uttielsts duritig Site tioatt i o - 0_ tirttamtive, C. E. Mishses .and 11If 1
renherandels reeips 0or ittLevy, negative, C-atch Wianer vansi Wil.t
venxer nd he "eils fr t~rucsal Iailnt; re~tthittg, I. EA. Gilbert;
-mouths score te largest in the history itajno slo,1Mrs Iheitain.
itt the institutist. Floe receipts for
Ike preceding moentht stanid the seound The I, Beta Paits .nuttl initiadoia
lar-gest, She amsount for ench imnrnt i akes place Sabi-eday evening at tho
reachling. over $2, roo, Chapter Hotaseoron Packarid at.

WARR'S BOOK STORE
thp Town DotwnTown
8. State st. Oppsitle cturtfltuse
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