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THE UNIV'ER61TYI-OF MICHIGAN DAILT,

2 THE UNLVE1t~ilTYOF MICHIGAN DAIIA.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orie: Times building, 329S Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THoMAS, '00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
O. H. HANS, '00 L.
EDITORS
H. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
B. L. GissmER, '93 L. G. D. HUDNUT, '00.
Buman LAMB, '00. T. R. WooDsow, '98
I. &. CAMPBELL, '00. A. CAMPBELL,'99.
F. E NOSOARD,'98.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore 8 p. m.,or mailed to the editor before 3
p. ., of the day prevousto that on which
they are expected to apear. ThDal
Subscriptions Ray 1e left atThDal
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper.
Miss Jane Addams' address In this
city on Chicago aldermen has created
no little excitement in Chicago. The
Times-Herald in a leader editorial
says in substance as follows:
"At Ann Arbor Miss Jane Addams
declared that in their efforts to elect
a decent alderman in the Nineteenth
ward they had to fight against the
money of the monopolies and corpora-,
tion. She charged the president of the,
street railway company--Mr. Yerkes-7
with contribpting $5,000 to "Johnny"
Powers' campaign fund. In hr ad-
dress in Chicago on Sunday Miss Ad-
dams stated that Mr. Yerkes stood
ready to back Powers with $50,000 if
necessary to defeat the will of theI
decent people in that ward. Mr.
Yerkes' organ has made no refutation
of these charges. Are the people to{
understand that Mr. Yerkes pleads
guilty to the charge of bribiag an
alderman by paying his campaign ex-E
penses, thus securing his vote forl
measures that are against the public a
interesti
"Railroad Jack" 1-earQ From,
he Timnes has received a long let-
ter from "ttailioad Jack, the Ham-
mock Rider," now sojourning tempo-I
rarily in Chillicothe, Ohio. He reports
that the cold weather and chilly
breezes noticeable under passenger
and freight cars has convinced him
that the South-the Land of Sun-
shine-must be looked after. He ex-
pects to spend the winter at Nash-
ville, Tenn. He closes his letter with
these words: "Looking forward to the
time at which I shall again be per-
mitted to visit the U. of M. and to
eat the good things prepared by the
fraternity and other students, I re-
main as ever.

Outing for February.
The February number of Outing
gives a charming variety of eading
for wintry weather. The nuibei
opens with an excellent story of Col-
onial days, entitled "Doris," and it is
by Sara Beaumont Kennedy. Ed. W.
Sandys writes of "Tobogganing," Dr.
Jno. Nicol explains the possibilities of
"Winter Work with the Caniera," Col.
Jno. F. Hob, in "Aboriginal Wood
cra'ft," describes the Australian black
fellow and his curious methods, "Mi-
ed-rn Ice Yachlts," by H. Perny ;Ashley,
so authority on all matters pertaining
to ice yachtitg, is full of information
for those who contemplate building an
up-to-date boat. The diagrains of
well known boats by the author are
invaluable. "Snipe Shooting in Flo.-
ida," "The Revival of Falconry," "Self
Defence with a Cane," are all finely
illustrated articles. Cycling, fox hunt-
ing and other soorts receive due at-
tention. "A Week with the Simi-
lilese" asceptably fills the travel de
partment. Tie features of the leading
1898 bicycles are carefully reviewed
and illustrated. The editorial and
record departients are interesting and
complete.
Wenley to Lecture in Chicago.
Professor TWenley leaves for Chicago
on Saturday morning. While there he
is to lecture to the Philosophical So-
ciety of the University on Saturday
evening. On Sunday he will lecture
before -the University in the Kent Me-
liorial Chapel, in coinection with, the
series of lectures now being given on
"The Place Of Christianity in ithe
World's History." His subject is
"tome in the Preparation for Chic-
tianity." He will meet his Monday
classes as usual. Prof. Wenley will
be the guest of Prof. (Dewey, his ire
decessor here.
LOST-A gold watch between For-
est ave. and the Michigan Central de-
pot. Finder will please leave at Stew-
ard's office and receive o-eward-
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES'DR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs andestimates furnishedonall work
of this hind.

.CLINTEBR SH OES!T
-OF---
r Every Description.
fA LARGELINE OF
.
..C OYZL SHOZ
SEE OUR WINDOW
10_WMi Stress. Opposite
the Court House.
No Time
Like the present to buy an Overcoat. We
have just finished taking stock and find we
have more Overcoats than we wish to carry
over (yet they are worth today from $1.00 to
$1.50 more than they were when we bought
them-the new tariff you all know is the
cause of this) to be short and to the point we
wilt give you the prices on them for the next
two weeks.
$25.00 Overcoats ---------------------..-$18.00
$20.00 Overcoats --------------------------$14.00
$15.00 Overcoats ------------------------$10 50
$12.00 Overcoats----------------------$ 8.00
$10.00 Overcoats-------------------$ 7.00
tudent'. Lecture AssociAatiTon
DON'T FAIT; TO HEAR

SOU SA'S

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ARABIC..
An introductory course in Arabic
will be given the 2nd Semester by re-
quest of some students already en-
rolled. Students who are making a
specialty of linguistic stndies, and
those expecting to study Hebrew, are
invited to join the class. An early en-
rollment U desirable, as books must
he ordered -from abroad. The class
will meet twice a week at hours to
suit the convenience of the raembrs.
JAMS A. iOtIG.
To stick taings use Major's Cesent.
Beware I!! Don't take a substitute.

ATHENS THEATRE
..SATURDAY, FEB. 5..
Digby Bell$
Presenting the New Comedy,
"The Hoosier Doctor."
Parquet.S....i. ..F- F
Parquet Circle .. . . - .75
Bancony.-.~ ~~,5

The Greatest Musical Organization of its kind
in the World. This Superb Band composed
of fifty men assieted by
MISS MAUD REESE DAVIS, Soprano, and
MISS JENNIE HOYLE, Violinist
-WILL BB A-
Unliversity liall, Saturday Night, February 26
Season Ticket for Remaining Numbers $1.25.
Reserved Ticket for Remaining Numbers 25c extra
CONSISTING OF
Sousa's Band. .----------------------------------Feb.
Oratorical Contest------ ----------------------------March i8
Burton- -----------------------------------------April 8
THE PROGRESS OF OUP, SHOE SELLING ....
Ischaracterized by such undeviating satisfaction and such increasing enthu-
siasm that we appreciate the values more than ever ourselves. We-are delighted

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