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ISDAY, JANUARY 28, 1897. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VII. No. 83.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THUG

VO.Vr o 3 N ABR IHGN Hi IDY AUR 2,19. FUtPGS3CNS

@ DflID,@
Leading Tailor
, AND IMPORTER.
FULL ORBSS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN.
$SOAP!! 1
S'eve got a flune aosortment of
f good pure toilet soars, no per-
fume is them, just soap and all
soap for 10c a cute, 3i for 25c. Try
$a cake sext time.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. STATE ST.
DEEP CUT IN GENTS' SHOES
$4.00 SH0
Still on Sale for
$2.89.
JACOBS & ALLIVAND,
W ASHINfGrON STREET. ;
HF-oliday Goods
--AT--
)Brown's Drug S3tore.
FULL STOCK. LOW PRICES.
,ourner of NatIn and Huron sts.
K -Babylon Coal in THE BEST.
All grades of hard and sooft Coal.
Camel Coal and Coke.
X. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. S. One door Eaot of Ameri-
cas [louse.
'UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
-OF DANCING
Opipoaite Law B3uilding. $3.00 a semester for
twou leosono a week.
,27 Thompson Street.
--AT-I
WAHR'S BOOK STORE.
Now is the best time to buy
zP WEATERS
We have the best quality and
at the lowest price.
Sporting Goods and Gymna-,
sium Supplies a Specialty.

t 1 - - - - - - - -- - - - -- -

UNIVERSITY HEATING.
Better Facilities for Heat Than
for Light.
}During the cold s11011 which we are
hiavin~g the working of the iaigI
plant of tile University haso to for
bseen very satisfactory. The gaet
.;ounilt of coal buirned ill24t islurs
0110 27 tolls. This woo on bast Moll-
day, Jan. 25. At piresent there are
two systemso in tuse, the (direct and in-
direct. Thle direct is by means of the

Honors for Prof. Jonas.
Prof. Alberto Jonas, who load been
elogaged lootlmsoth for a recital in
Toledo, Ohio, in place of the post-
pisled recitals of Riosenthoal and Sieve-
kinlg, 0100 who achieved there a great.
su~ccess, was equally successful a fort-
nlighlt ago in Saginawv, where he bad
been engaged as Soloist in conjtunctioln
woi t rs. Johnstonle-Bishop.
The Saginaw EveninlglNew-s says of
himt: '"Fewmore lirillianitIpianlists
have visited Saginahw than Mr. Alli:crts
Jon-as. His technique is reinarkabily

comm~lon radiators and the indirect fine, his touch powerful yet dlelteate.
thrCoughi a coil of steam pipes uliter In the Grieg sonata, opus 7, the fonr
the floar. IO hIle later system thoe m~ovements served -adnilably to s!owv
cold air fron oultside p~asses throuaghl his mbasterflul skill. Pis interpretation
the coil, becomes heated and 111011 of the wseird Scanldinavian omusic dle-
comes into the roono. Sn both systemns lighted his auidience. Indeed, all of
the steamo returns to the boilers before his selections were warmly received
bring condensed. By this mulchlhoat anidboughlt forth soantaneons op.
15 lost. t would be lietter if she planse. The Lisct Camopanella and
steam icould be held in the Iipocs until Menuetto Selierzands by Staveniioagen
contdenised andtIhlell allow,?d 1o roll were brillianitly played. Mfr. Jonas
track to the 'boilers thiroulgh the force is a true artist in 'his apipearance, even
of gravity. Before 18114 the "gravity to thie refractory lock of hair that
system"l was in use anld thlen lihe woter seeiietd benrt upon obsculrinlg his vision
ran directly intos the boilers. W-1ith Wheni le ovas corncibdsavay by his
thie present systemo all returning water art.--Waslltellaw Timnes.
tos Io be pumpn~ed into the boilers, Judges Cannot Decide,
cau~sinog a loss of water which muslt lie
miadtl tupOin soil. The ovater Csuppl iJudge Robert SE. Flacer, sosras
ts have e ledtiick lihi winnier of
conizes froi 1110 city altlho~ii l tele
Mlyor Pillorecos $25 ptrizte for the djts-
are sev-eral large cisternso abollt the
grondsfro whch ate ispumed overy ot obsolete Michigan laws,
grollyslthfricompetitorsl water islp oiipe
itotsthe boilers. By ptumpoin~g tils sct it nmboeitor sunihlwsgiven
waler arouliI ndlch is lost as wvell as
tIrleer won11t have timel to test .ile
the ipower Iusedl ill runn~in~gthe pu111mtpts. fSie seri~o
These little defects shioultd be reme
died if piossible and wvould be a saving ae i onaohrrfre
to the University. says: "Somie compl~etitors allege that
The lighting sys'tefn is 1O0 laws are obistolete, but it wouild re- ~r n ot h taeaottnaifc
tolya~l cots he stli obilt~ iuire a suplremle couirt review ovdle-
ride regarding soiie of iheiss. What
it year. The chiancers fortan011 crtric , tsoItswithl the lists 0Ildont knew. It
lighitinig 1lant artegotd. Two years woulldl take lilotlis to tdetermine the
ago the legislaturtebassed a bill giv- winn~er."-livelling Nesev.

Societies Friday Niht
All of the literary societies will lhold
their meetings toinorrowv night owing
Is the University debate Sata.ddy
nilght. TheO Alha Nii will give the
following lprogram: Music; u-
lirellptl, Mr. Sen; ghost story, Mr.
Dickinsaol; paper,AMr. 'topp; Im-
plsilptu, Mir. toster; redillg, Mr
Stinsson; debate, "Rtesolved, That the
Unitedl Stites solctadtopt the co-
puilsory insurnce systemo as enforced
ill Gerialy,' affiriiative, Messrs.
Thompson, Coon and Ollinger, uega-
tive, Miessrs. Lynch, Zbindin and E.
Geislner; riir's report.
Tile followinlg 511theprgramnof the
Webster Society: lpromlptus, Mr.
MicLin, Mr. Gould and(1Air. Wilkes;
debate, "tResolved, That Canada
shosuld be annexed to the Ulited
States," affirmlative, ir. Padley sd
ir. Fonts, negative, Sr. Seiart and
Sir. Sullier,
The Jeffer;sonion Society will present
lie following program~s: Biography,
Sir. Itollolt; oration, ir. Lcey: so
eiety paper, Dir. Weatherbee; im-
prsmptu discussion, afirmatve M.
Oxtobiy, negative, Sr. Charles; debate,
"Rlesolved, That the snuexo'tiso of
Canada woulid be desirable," afirma-
iive, Sr. Dannenborugh anddDir.
Ate, negative, SAir. Sllnnalan and Mir.
ltansono,
The ame Old Bill.
The executive comiittee of the
lhomleopthic medial association of
Michigall, inclding Dr. Sic~eahaoi
Oiin, Bailey and Notinghaml, of De-
troit, was in sessioni in Lansing yeser-
day to prpare a bill to be submitted
is tile legislature for the purpose o
removoing the homeopathic meldiali
schlool of the Unversity froni Ann Ar-
bor to Detroit.
Such a bill was passed at the last
sessin of the legislature, but it was
ineffective, and under it the regents
of the University could not be coii-
plled to assent to the proposed r-
iosval. A great effort will e "made
to pass tile bill nlow being prepared.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Ben B. Metheny ex-tI, has been
elected treasurer of the Young Mens
Rtepublican Club at Grand Rtapids.
Prof. Wenley will deliver an ad-
dress at the graduating exercises f
the Normal Training School in Yps-
lantl this afternoon.
Dr. Frank Gregory and daughter, of
Chicago, are calling on Ann Arbor
friend. The doctor graduated from
the -medical department ef he Uiuver-
sty 20 years ago.

lng $20,000 foir the phtise of sobh a
plant. Tis bill wvas vetoeid by Gov.
Rich. Btut nsow-owith a goernor fav-or-
able to tile University thieve is little
reason to doubt that electric lights
wsill s0011 be ti use ono the campustt anid
in the btuildiings. T[he legislatuire is
expected to visit tile college neat oveek
and then thley will decide for' or
against the plant.
-Mr. James S. Mlorgan has presente.d
his valuable collection of early edi-
tions of Virgil to the Princeton Li-
brary. St includes 112 numbers, 21 of
which are 15 century editions aud 70
sixteenth century editions. The cc-I

These Subscriptions Are Paid.
It will be remembered that soine o
Ann Arbor's promninenit biusiness mein
subscribed liberally to the footbeall
fund at the 1110s0iiisetiiig 'helid last
Otoaber. Wile it ovas not expected
that asny direct return would conic, it
so ill showv the appreciatlin of the stu-
dents if they remietmber the following
liot of paid usiusbseribero:
Stiehian R Co..-.-.---------.25 00
Winl. Arnold- - - --........25 00
Goodspeed & Co... 15 ...... 00
F'arnmers & Mtechianics Raltk.. .. 15 00
George Walir---------------..10 00
Sid Mil 1lard ....... ........... 10 00
Goodyear & Co......---------.10 00
Oliver Martin...... ...........5i 00
"ntosey"...................... 500
Dr. F. G. Novey has returned from
-Saginaw, where he has been attend-
log a Masonic convention.

______________ lection contains one of the first cdl-
ri 'BOOS TORE i on, published at Rome in 1:1)6, andI
W ArR S OOK TORE a vellum copy of the dated edition ef
Up Town Dlown Town 1471.
Le81 n Arbor Opost Mait.t IRB Subscribe for the Dally.

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