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December 22, 1904 - Image 2

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114XMICHIGAN DfAILY
".. THE M1CHIGAN DAILY.
W E WOULD HAVE:f Fiter aseconid-classimattr atthe Ann
" YOU TO KNOW *I yei-aitI.nuhoge
t ~ Publshed d iaily (Monday excepted) durn te
* :*told nPhone 592:;nw P'hoe i6.
That we are doing business at : Managing Editor, J. STANLEY BALEY.
OU"NWSTRE Business Manager,CLAUDE A. THOMPSON.
311 South State Street Athletic------------ CLYDE L. DE
Exchangs........... Joeph Y. er-
Wo men ..... Ida M. Brownrig
That our New Woolens for
the coming fall trade are 0
now ready.
' ' lI I SI). 1Y, l)lnCtnj.lIllnld 22. 1904.
That we make superb gar-
ments for gentlemen. : Editor Today-HUGH ALLEN.
That we appreciate your trade CALENDAR.
and respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same. Die. 22 eieig) -Vacaini egiiec.
* ~ ~ g~~g.1x11.10- - tilli~e iwork treumiied.
G H.WILD CO. WihtiisuteDlyCas l-
ff CIOR itlin u \niliedesdlay.January ii.
2 311 South State Street. The IDailywiien all its platriois a mier-
:NOTE-Theoee of un- friends iwho have __________
ntben our patroiin we ouldiiir- e iicii am)aliiy Ni tar
dmially vtne to me lOw Il'-1 St'PRIC7iIACY OF JESUS.
lhere has-. lut recenitly appearedini
pr iiiintnw Iiiiik liy Rev. Josih-.eii I
flA I j Cror ginXm Arbimr's tjinitariane min-
PI PO 1 LAR nil,5 estr. r.lieCrookers ew wioek is upon
1 V V tllmalubect whihlnier grow'. olid and
XMAS 0 ii I neny -i selject treated Ilinitie m5
N~II~f1 tef i and Ipleasnmg way iin whichlIrli
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$1.08
lie Masquerailer.
The Prodigal Son.
IThe Sea Wolf.
Bevcn orifiiGraustark.
The Villa Claudia.
pSir Mortimer.
The Memoirs of a Baby.
Christmas Eve on L onesome.
Black Fridav.
IThe Filrgreball.
Jnnel's Storv Boiok.
A~ L'addier of Swormds.
Lp d T~in Rise's lDaughter.
In The Bishops Carriage.
SHEEHAN & Co
Unilversity Booksellers
20 S.'StatelSt.
Christmas Presents!
The largest and finest
s t ock in the city, at
Low Prices
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
C'roinker lias treatedl a tphas.e of the
Saniores life. insinell woirih the most
carreess readieres attentioin. "'T'he Siu-
prn-iacyr if Jesnisithm~e title Dr.
Crioker ihns givno is ibooIkiihandmi ie
pintian xcelleiit reiiewn of i a'.gin-
cn in a publicationiiiof ilhe Aimericn
Uitariaiisoiain
jI"eligious.lierature h1s many ireai-
ir large and eimall, in itie life aiid
teacing iigof itne 71tinof Ganlilee. Some-
iiig liewnd- eilnhlaekmeyenlstill re-
mains. tiilii'scinnIabounitihis great chiar-
acter in hman lliieiirv.anditiialineiene
remnarkalylnu11 sa.id, iiitha freshmform
ofi iremn t annnd'iifr eoii ianmriginal pinii
of view ini. thiis ittlue nnltmn. Itisiea
a cleir-sightmed expsiiiiti. iniihe light
ilite frainkly acceptedl higher criti-
cismm, ofiiliieeetial aiidteriiiinet
elmnsini ihi life and exaniple if itie
tehernofI.Nazarethm.''iere in nothing
ingatiive,uniieriaiii or erivin' iithe
tramn Ifiihilii bciihet here given.
\ritn-m friiiiithevna nge griiiiiilof
thehes min odnierni iiiiughii anidIfriinithe
l'iiarianpoiiitiof niewn. tisiboiiiilnille
a hithertommunoccieedniplacee mmlibieral
rlgosliteraitre.
Mandolin and Guitar successfully
taught by Mat. C. Fischer, studio at
Ann Arbor Music Co. 44tf
FREE-'Ile Michigan Football eal-
enidar given free with every purchase
if $ioo or over.
561f Foster Art Rooms.
HOME TELEPHI
Mi1 iccleai iir Ronsonn aiicid e nely
irganied Amerieai m panyiiiiliaii
peara lite Detroit OIpnn-iaIHouine. Jan.
2, tine a wcn'm- einniiiinj f the
chanrminmg zamgnnill ciiiei ldraia.
..Meirely Mary Ani," a plily wichil.
M1icc Ribsnlitin theiile rle. limedi
the entsatiniofm the lat theariecalce
soni in Nie Yor. 7Hiss Risiniiha
mi i iii rtnedlfrioiiiLoiiiiduonwhere se
wna triiiiitihiidirinig a thre monthsi'
engagemment at the D ute of Yonrtcs
theatre rarnely, if nvr eiiialleid lie an
iniress ini London. lTe oiniii y
wich sie uppiltorisiNlitiliciobsontis cani
coni onmmf extraorndinary streigth, ieai-
edl an it is, ly Mr. rankMt illciiie of
the ery, foremiot f Loinos ai-
iiig menii whiln 71r. lfrnet 7ainnnn-
iiig aintre famiiiiiiEnIglisctoreie.nwill
hane nthe role cif Pete,the tracicanl
frindno f Lancelot . Miistiof le oiiher
priniepalseam ieiiibers f lit casn's
irganiation, wliiinniiecialiis-
tinction iiin their eeral riln.
GOSSIP OF OTHER COLLEGES
Itarnvard'cs iiiso iiiire clasiccaslniiu-
ireditsielf Iby electing insreideiii 'n.
I. Keeling f Soiix City. eidntly the'
notwnitstamningtht lrin in eningiiiigs
nay thriiiighleleg- by ervnig lie
nwaiter.
Fronmmtihe Syracue Daily hOrange wen
Inanttha Sousma mma nnwritnina imaech
enlleid .7temmiof7Yost"amd that hinpla-
edt it reentl at a concmerin im.iiiAr
ninr. It is a shaneitiat inn'ae- uii
con-ellnd ito getsc i inteetingin n'
friiimiiiitsiie iaipers.
At itie Unierity oflTorun ite
inihe day, ewhile iieii in Innenirt scnoln
f itheermineriiy nerehaeing tim-r
pictire taee n ithe canmus, thesc-o
of scieemiiien attacied lteii. Te
umdics retinfircedi liears, o le
scientists ewerecomttelln-dltii briig a
ire ]liosneintoi play. WVih teis te
danmpenedt the ariir of their mutttinen.
'T'he tUniversity nifMaine ntuniiisii
nfter lisinig the fiotblall hamitiiinhipt
gaite tii hI oinii, vnted their ager
biy hiirlintg ancient eggs ani onelow-n
ing inktndsm at their vitors. Te
Mtaine Campins and the tlown Ormni eint
are noiw engagendin a ively verbal at
tle iveeethe inident;Ieah climsitethat
the ther intitition neac at fniult.
I le easternt college lbaketball in
nowin full swing. Alt f te large
easternm olleges nwill eitnr teams for
the easternm chamionti iiiexc nept It r-
eanneu. The facutymle rin ifirn-tenrn-
foridiiing tein- to leaie C.ambrlnig
noill Irene-ni that iistitiiioniiiimfenimii
ing the re.
Compete line of fancy smoking to-
baceo, cigars and cigarettes for Xmas
gifts, at Stimpson & Stimpsons. 62-70
Get your Gym oouppoeo at Cuhing's.
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