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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
S. 106
&Co. EAST HURON ST.

BROWN'S Drug Store
120 IE. Liberty St.

P:ROF. SCOTT EMPHASIZES
LITERARY VALUE OF BIBLEI
The salue of the bible to the English-
spseaking peopsles as a standard of liter-
ary' exellence was esophasizedi by Prof.
Scott in ais lecture bsefore the Young
Women',, Christian Association at Newr-
berry fHlil yesterslay. Viesring, it punrely
froto the literary side, lte said, its part :
"The bitate is ottr great prose master-
piece just as sttrely as the works of
Shsakespeare is oar great political' one.
We can say of thse great passages of
the litle ttsat te spirit of prose ems go
no farther. Viewing them purely fromt
the literary side, tlwy' are the highest
possibte art.
'Thie bible has been the great mosuler
of a sense of form among the Anglo-
Saxon races. The titerature of the Eng-
1 lintit is 5sownf wsith biblical paissages.
Olur sensse of form, our isles of good
psrose, isituresvcry largely to itse bihle."I
Prosf. Scott thesn painted ouit the nr-
cessity of knowring the great passages
seltl. ftH eterecatedl the growing lark
oIf issirrest in tiblical staufies and cited
mny instances showcing ignorance of
biltical names antd stories,.lie tolid of
lsnathlan firing descritaed as the man
whtom lthe whiale sswallowed, of a stidrtt
scritin1g5 of the raising of Nazarrefh front
ther deasi ande of tEafacing accused of
nis isg lis closak 1toMisses.
ft seas poainted ot that this lack of
knowsle5dge wsidsur to slur decaly of tihe
tpracltis'e(If r's'ssing tar bible intshie homle.
's~it fheirssingsf till' bile'as (our1
1:1551 l ml )fli pro111se:thereis notinlg
to1 f lippna nd 11 lightnerss ill sspeecls
' (I 'll ill' u're'ing111'of1 trfeisbibiwa
t liii't ovrcomes'tirse ifificuifties.
Til moitsnreairs' ediition, i ifch
i ' aiu aris .1re carefullc arraned,
\t\f t1N'S l.E.\LGt:E WIIf,
t sAteapsiar artis beinlffalnnediby
10t XX'man's Lcasguer, liat wicihbillh5511-
cisuitdfascult'ysmeimber's willtsretires-
siul, tfh' ifte (If tile affair tiring Pets. 29.
Aii colffege womesin aind faculty arceii-
ite tolattenf, andsihfaflculty womuuenrl
oithe tadviisory boiardf (f tile league
bare C'promiself io le Ifiere. ifhe tickets,
the tprice iaf w'ficfh is fillt'crisis, may' fe
obtinedif frusst feasn Jordans, Misses
lhisveflucks, Grase Gibson and Ifarriet
Smnalley. iNattiraf flowers (111(1paper
cifis iifitsr useif as fas'irs, thfiuslf
orleeeofswaldtzes (11111twso-steps will far
Variedf 1witish branef~scs, asdsev ery ci-
filet will ib'emadle so smake thae part'
uiqu~ie santisnterestisng. Miss Ssmalles'
(I:at tieleliaid of till' rou hainisg tile
I liere 1wili e a sieetinig of theiecud-
tiesomitistee If the Countyix Fair at
liii ' ilicisigasi Tssiosstodfay at 5 oacliock.

A.heseio egille'er Citss5v111d111 51
ieriay afternoonl in ll a lss msinhg' ill
clubhoussa5 fse. 'hv ail' iwas lesst b) tfs
'Tfe 'laciatl coioiliitti ''e sfll riisthlit
Barisotir gymnasiumsilsc'uld nosillslies-
cisseif asseftlat it feared . ias sici at:
Grasngers wold o tiii111 Imy i'fexipens.
thati the class"joilsn iiw i ll'the seiorll'fits
1in assane'til lhegilr'1 at'Granges soon
SlIf IT lllS X\1f1, OA XC,', IN
A ac ib ivenI'lbysthe sp i
isila s is idix',.lXar'chli2, in iarbo it1111
15y11. 1rishe lcommiit , 1c11mposledof
Scisafte, chirmes as. XX diise. .isses
Ys'fitmaii, Sitaile'y, T'lxor, hisa'seed
15o' manyil uiquefis'fe'aturses initeline o
etc. Pickts gtl oi le, 11' ty lid m1(ay
lie secursedl of anyismeillr of1t'eicom-
Inittee' oirIof511thei asist~ s. Admius'si
isill lie ss'velilx ,Iv cent'ils frIc . h
selli linwill us' 'cialges'd noth ing
WXIL11 SXA1'.S.Xlti",',
l'u i ls eein a M1( la H lll1s
atte :ihg n lV ii c,'liii ioinliii
near f 11u1115\hell a I kI'" N ll beIeld
forl'till sil slillili l um 1111 hil Ils.
necessary 11 T' Iishs lt~l is
last11night. bill is' t 11is e pete thtis i
sang.
fi's " INXI.1, Xi1'11t'FRIDAYX

SALE
Underwear, Shirts, Gloves,
Trousers, Hose and Hats 20
per cent off. Suits, over=
coats, and Raincoats at 25'
per cent off.
Some old Suits at one half off
A Money Saving Opportunity
S*a.ebler (a Wuerth-
A2XVIArbor, Mich.

SEN l)Rft iNtxl N I 1' ltS 'ROPE i'C)
DI) XW1.111X' 'IN Ift It sGCRE A T INVEN OR

ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Alltf beistilmates and tille ltsted
MICHIGAN PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
PINE WATCH REPAIRINGi
. SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector for the Ann Arbor Rairoad
J. L. CHAPMAN
246 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
Cigairettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
C.ASH PRICES
Isc Pkg. - = = s 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. _ - = 5 for $1.00
R.. E. JOLLY
l0SSTAT'5 li T"'
MRS. J-: R.. ROJANOWSI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hair Gloods, Hlairdreosing, Shampooing
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
3225S. State St. f('p Stairs) Bell Phone 359

" O T O T I ltiThe man who buys l'co' , shoes each eaton is
never out of style because kcc'sihoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-
sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in
shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes, comfort
and service, are contain-
e d in all W-Gtr~,
shoes.
Till ACME OF EASE
Walk-O~ver Shioe C. j
, ~~1 15 SOUTH MAIN STREET'I /

'liil;" sisitlsilsi a~~cth l
liiit th.jno n i or
1 l ayed 1 1 , r 1 cicoi
o'cock 'Ticet anhepr
'f'luiiis-i i l sii 1 5 II o 1 'fn
c lvesi" 'salesbysi11l ,11,s\lill S

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Alarms clockoswarisited for oine year,
$so, 11sfler's Jesselry Starr, 216 S.
Ailafin street. rod

Iffississ : ,. XX 011111sI, I ilt It 3-k.
'hitsssssavight ; 5i h'i'Uigy niii i
Sisnce 18~8 ae aave usade IWatschs Je-
pairing osse of our strongest trainees.
HIaler's j ewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. cod

Hart, Schaffner & M~arx ,-
rVLL DRESS SUVITS 7
Properly Tedilorede
ii~i THE1

BANKS
THE F'ARMRS AND ECtHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus and Profitn, $65,000
r eneral Banking Booinoos. 3 per cnt paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
post Boxes to rent at $2.00 and upwaruds
it. KEMPF, r.Fes. W. 0. STVENS, Vice-Pros
P.MH. MaLsEB, Cash. H. A. WILLiIAMSo Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $50,000. Sorplus, $200,000
Rtesourese, $2,200,000
A Gleneral Banking Buainesn Trannacted
Oewossnsu Chao. iE. Hiocock, Pres. ; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Press:51. J. Fritz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTIORIS:
W. J. Moth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnohd Or. V. C. Vaoghao
Tao. H. Wade Et.1I. Milhs
John Hacarer Jno. Koch
Frol. H. S. Clarhart tHenry iW. Dtoglas
Christian Martin Dan Fim 2merman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP ANN Astol, MICH.
E. iD. KINNE, HARISON SOTTLEi,
Pros. Vice-Prea,
S. XW. t.LARKSON, Cashier.
Cib.n59100,000. Surplus and Profit,ยง150,00t0.

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Spring Hats

The Newest Shades and Styles
At
Wadhams Q Co.
121=123 S. MAIN ST.
See Our Show Window

Palais Royal
209 It. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
Irota EVery Country

I' Ji

Gierman American 'Savings Bank 01.Matl IRCO. mnnpn ae
Comersrn.rcle .n d o4 Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone.98. Ptet~eahe e atwt bay ci- 110* Lunch
SeavlessRecoidence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match poor siirt or bluse, Zt~. Seed ii;s:t At Tnttla'a, 338 S. State
AMBULANCE ON CALL piece of the dress goods whseinsrdinosnrder. _______________
i~p-,*Mc ;:ssan WbrtyStretsTBE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.1

STUI-INSCULER, 319 Last Huron

Street

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