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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burcihfield
& CO. EAST1H ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C IGARI4S
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
12(0 B. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.

"IND)ECISION IS FATAL," It is at practical issac. Will it lie said
SAYS DR., HUGH BLACK of its, after all the Christian centuriesc,
-- Ye nwitl not coitie to inc'
'The Hlabit of Indecision" was the _______________
subtject of Dr. Hugit Black's sermon in SEA' IOEI IIYLS Y:.I.E \ A
the Congregational churchs last night. SIX TClhl) 1
Thtis svas the fourth of the series. The 'IELA CIIII)E
tifth and last wil he giventthlis evetting tottiyseio isatnlda
at 7 o'clock itn the sante place. siioiker it she licliig-ais Unioni last tight.
IndcsottdD.Blc,"Ste ost fatal flaws of character. I dwvell 'The affair seas inifiirmial. 'isi Clancy
upons it hecause it is also the weakness swas chiisein toastimaster andisi nifiirmial
of oar day antd hecatuse, itt ass ittellec-. toasts wecre restiiinieditolby tieniriof the
tital atinosphere such as see have here,
it is oar temnptatiott. The moail of his--
tort' is strewnt with the wh~itettitngtosses
of tho~se sthIo tare fallen hy this fauilt.
It is the explanaotion oif almsost esersy fMusic afl rarna
suiddieit catastrotphe ire read if.Ga ________________________________
risnantic tov-elists say that these hsappten
biy thleiteitace of sitildenttemptation. A cOiPiNI i- " ii sisis iscissi..
imoral catastristphe neverthappenaedt in The iaiiia ICo]iiilisiicitarr recital
sttch ttwsay. Is is always tir result if givens by iinmsi of' iithe fcltii h
tonsg-coiitiiiued nmoratl decline. Schl tof \lI sic to tieS'chlmiliasters'
'That our age is an age oif transition cliiiwsii veni i steirdayliaft eriioiin
is at caits thrase that is in every mithiitiIt lilSchliiha ll. :siiiuieiiiii n ap
anii wsitht whtichtI 1have little Ipatience. irecit iii audiiiinieslicarut inescellet
The wsorldl is alwrays init apriscess if prograimHlilefi cl1by Mrtsi teo-irg-eI
ctransitiotn, soimietimtessmnce abirupt t tsnElseaitpaniiisitiiiid itiss ILeila .aln
it others. It is trite that thisis onessoprano. 'it.is tstii it lyitniis'isas, as
if the abiruipt tithes. Everythsingsshichuisualit tes esti ii' inisliedtiiid artistic.
soit fathers helsacreid is ini the mings'Hitss C' i "aitwelaot rtly
list. We hare gotten iintiithe tabutito pestediIsher seers Tietproigramsis-us
hlintip up ir msins isspteiisesswatt- huh idthle Soiiiii.i OpI loi 'o. 2,.o
iiig fur tpriiif iefore seenstture a jtitl eliethvthiii re iue ChIitii oiiiiSet iiiiuiii
uenit. Esvcit scienifiic siani, esvcrisbisi-5aiiiloiiii 'itcii iiiii It iiiiilies ,liss tFar-
'iess imans,ihis to suspstendiis juiigimentit inisangii 'ii iiti's i s Sarii Roe"alo
'There is alsoiittciie'siispentsioniii iii
Judgengsiit inireligioni. Ithissbeieis iiptar t iTe ' iii Pro ispiector," iii'iheNiw
if imy funamenaisital tiasis ini these lec Wiineyilast it lery ecii
ices. that see hare gut tii sepsarate slit iciaiieiditaisit wa s lthetiesti"en-we
essence ifthiiigs fronistiheforsu Iin husogse hr i l tisse.
deteuy the sight of antyoiieitii force asicIti priieid tibeoiiiis te melowetus
toi itdecisiiiis upoinquiestions if chiiichtirelos iiiiii Chlic"risi theiheri -
tsscrsnmnst,-cif diictrinse,iir sif cieie.u is t roei Dityliiwl," it d
1 it religios--religiiiiias itistincet froni I i iii iiiIt l, t ir. \ttie Pekins
tic forms i nlhichsit is. embiodiedi . BigtODwl-i aal t
iiit oine iof those thin~gs up~onii sich youiisis
I.are it right toisutspenit jiudgmseiit. Yoiu-
sui't see sihere 5to drawe the lhne.. Ini t 1 Sf 'Ircsterssic iniiset swithliels.
thiiigs ofiinitellect yiiiiare juistiliedin ii 5<ssse iof 'uswuer osnsbac. l Es-sc-irs tc-
resers-isg jiidgmsenit; isthings of cuss tuiriieid toi1i07 t-oSte.
science vyiiiiarcabisolustely wsronig. Yii
hesitate there, is to tie lust. Tie saddiesit: Birse-nduitl isitc cset f Iiicos2

Spring 190
CLOTHCR'AFT (All W
Society an~d Colleg
BErand Clothes
NOW ON SALE
Eagle Shirt from Loom to Wearer
$1.00 to $2.50
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts at
50c and 75c
Full line of EXTRAGOOD Children's Cloth=
ing. All kinds of Underwear, Union and Two=
piece. All the spring styles of Hats
Staebler f Wuerth Co.
211 5. MAIN STREET
Wfalk-Dyers' For Spring
Oxford time is here anid so ace the variosus styles of WXalk-
Oxer Oxfords, Pumips antI ties in bilack, tait asndliatent.
Tan leather will predomaintate andh we hate takns all Ipainss
possible in selectinig the ntewest shades as well as exclussive
designs for Walk-Over Patronts.
See wisndows for sulitnitetd
supply of Pumnps, Street Tins
wisth good street soles stuede
listed hseets to preveut all slip-
ping ott heels;stanlbutttottastil
laefrM nadW mn W alk-Over Shoe - Oo.,w
R.J. HOFFSTETTER Mgr.

ALAP~n CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allthttibestsit msattesadflyguaranteed.t
MICHIGOAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Intspector for the Ass Arbor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 30 S.State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
CASH PRICES
15c Pkg. - a - - 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. = - - 5 for $1.00
R.. E. JOLLY
cits s. STAtE ST.
M1RS. J. R. IIOJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hair tGsods, Htairdesing, Shamspooing
Manicuring, Pace Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St. I(tsp Stirs) Belt Phone 358
_BANKS
TllE FARMIERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURtON STREETS
Capital. $50,00, Surpiusand Prafits, $61,000
General Bankieg Business. Speceest patch
on Time and Savisgs Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rent at t2.0t anti upwards
it. Kostre. Pres. W.10 TErVENS,. Vice-Preis
F'. B. BaLsan. Cash. H. A. WoLIMasst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $50,0t0. Surplus,.$200,00
Resources, 82,t00,00t
A General Banking BuinesTransacted
Oulaous Chas. E. Biscoch, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Fritz.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS. BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V.0C. Vaughan.
Tas. B. Wade SE. F. Mills
John Baarer Jno. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Benry W. Dougias
Christian Martin Dan F. 'Zinmermean
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN AXWRe, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, iHARRISON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. xv. CLARKESON, Cusihier.
Capital,.$100,000. Surplus andi.Profits, ยง150,000

tilig ofi cll us re-ligiouusssorkc is Ito se'-e
menalmssitupersusadedt, andshjust-js
msissisng is. Ibhiss bloods siases mny. ac
msistakcelust yoiu cassi make somthsrting
oft Saulitsih h icsout andsut ssti-iseciutioni.
Isit iwsat cats yo u dostiltshtPiltce, siilth
Eis trusssuntconus andust indssecisios?
".Isnit it faschiocnableh in usrii da~sy. so
stiscosuntssensthsiiiasm 'sc-W -siai-iatlies-
afraidi iiiritmotiosntu A pure inutellectuals
elemensut is a mere philosophuicalt cabstrac-
tiontsd icier existed. Whuat is wn-tg
stitt is is thrtat-weIsaveciut ensouglspuce
emsotionu. We ralloiwsemotiiiststeverywhtere
ini lifebtitsin rehigions.
"Religioni temcanssil deecisions-atelit
gets it. Vou cast pus off aid delay, hut
dlosstyu see that your putitngtiff is
itself ai defhiie act of chtoice agaiit it?
Iis ahl summt~ed np in onr great qises-
tioni, 'What thuink ye of Chsrist ?' aind
aigains, it is tnt assittlhectualttastter.

ic-is-iics)s. t-va
sc or two studetsis i isi hev scallimais
thuiricoes'lcc esiucises. .1 1s111tilt iii -
ciiiw is reqiuired. IIaiii-ii1i. Smsuih,
r"a estiale sach ini suce-, .\1111 Isiuuu
Saiisigs trauststblscis, 13Q-i4
Alarm clocks warrasited for one year,
$r.oo. Huller's jewelry Store, 2s6 S.
Ahain street. -cod

S1,NIORS, AT1'I,'INTI()N. I

s toot t :so cl toes f c ls o lt s i c taut H r , ~ a r & r
an ons ran e cp n gw4maet ft-yu o itl or hnAll Wool-Haad Tailored
reintal prices ofi secondus-handsl ours.
Pries $3.30 1tP.'[Dust reint unstil yourse SPRING CLOTHING
cmi their scmpssr. - 36-45 Ready whens you area

'TlheClothier,

f r~a aI In

- lverything frSrn
A complete display of the new and fashionable
ideas in Men's and Young Men's
Suit, Tp Catsand Rai n Coats,
Hats, Caps and Fu rnishings
At Wadhams (r'ns Co.
FASHION STORE 121-123 . mtIain $t.
,See Our Show Window

THE
PalaisRoa
209 E. tLberty St.
U. Of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS andI BRASS
From Every Couintry

~4~FUNERAL
German American Savings Bank 01.Mrin DIRECTOR.
Conmmerc~al ekjmd Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent Leather Belts made sith vet o Iu c
8av~~s L~~s Resilence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match your skirt or hlouse, v5. etn us a A toes 38 tt
-Liba -tyStreets -AMBULANCE ON CALL Piece of the dress goods wien sendisc order-.____________
ToHE BELTCRAT CO.,BOSTON. MASS.

ST UDIO-

oa

319 East Huron

Street

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