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April 03, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-04-03

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.r.a the main building, at 8 o'clock. r +el W a' f
. 0 J' Mr. Ballenger gives a history of the GRt'd. 1 TAT1IV1Lct\I sAL
union of church and state during, WE WILL FOR THE NEXT FOUR WEEKiS
FabieedDaly Sudae xcete) urngthe Christian era. The lecture is Offer five tons ofpae of all kinds to he sold hy the pound at regla
th olg erb ae HE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASOCIATION. delivered here under thte auspices of 1Mill rates. Try our Crown Imperial Linen at 25 cents per
the Religious Liberty Society of the pound. Bond Paper, Thesis, and Typewvriter Paper at
Suecipio pic liiiltrcra ioaial University. admlission frec. Great Bargains. Envelopes to match all papers
in advantce. Singlcoepie3cets. Onslte at 'The fotlossitng is thec Programmne a retyreue=rts
Snerhus's and YPeel01icr tewstndeei ery of Alpha Nit to-mnorrosv eveninig: i STT-
eveiga tocok usrpinmyb ?N- E ST E 0 S 7j-=_fI at the eftice of the Diiuet, itecra htusee Piano Solo. Miss :Minnie D avis;
block, at Shcrhao'e, at Sotlts, ocewithleny iY l>straorlitary' A. F. (enks; an TH E -A-2' T I
of the editors. c i
1A.MifteL S ' " T O Commnoicationsesholdell retch tt'e offiecby Estrlovltl. r.IlSees R- AQR
tOA t tthey ore to appear the saeahyCisetation, etA lay of -I eggs, Aolmes;s CunitAT-V
tdr lr m ate neddfr ulcto oteungitng tditor. Alt busitnrescotinoc sing; Btanjo Solo, Meli Gillespic. Of thle Season will be held
e 1aLteVheutdbeYrelol11ce IllrtreMo tt. Reso4led, 'Iat t he lync111-].1'r. la
Ann Arbor. Michi. Ijustitiable. Aff. Leslie Wood N eg.
1Hugo Pain. tatijo Solo, Mell
A. 'W,. TooESSL,.i'9l, Mutnagiteg Editor. eslise
C. C. Seett-;, 'tel, Assist. Managitng Editor.
RAnLPHttrONF, 'St, Aeste Matnaging Editor. NO TlEr-Afn inmportatnt meeting
J1. C. TRAVtS, '92, ButsinessaManaeagr. of the senieor class will ibe held its
R.* W.. DOUGHtTY, '2, Anssit.tBosiness tan'gr. Rcom A, Saturday, pi ,a :0 1e~
C. W. IcaEteeS, '54, Assist. Busines-Ntangr. -,X ,a 3 ~ u sre~ O 1 e e
lp.etcs,'tm..etoT,'1RI. P. Ls1NON-c. c"
E1..teweta'eel.'90 I.. I.AOrT,ye't. YSLNi
F. 13. TItAteA 591. . 15. CURTIS, 't2l. BUSINESS LOCALS. Saturdav EvetliterMaceli "8thfro
AN. 0.I I )"s _ WS. I'. PAttER,, . .- ,
G.. I tAPMaN Iee. . IA Maso. So.tee10so'clock. All Frietids of thi
F.5E. JaNEs-cE, 't. dNotices inseted in tis columini at the rote'
-~ ~ ~~~~~ 10 ~ _______ 'oI cents per lir. Stecil rates leerlonger ('olle'geaecordceially inlvitedl. (loel
tn. ,no. ran "I.N.,U,,e.. timejatnd extra lilies furniied by apptlyineicatemuesic1and1 it pleaisanlt timoe alssured.
'Go to E. B. ]fall for coal. 5~
A MdEE'rIl; of the Inldepienent Bathis l~fe at P. 0. B.arber Shop. o a
Associationl will lie held onl Saturdlay '"special raete's for Selniors at El ldlill's. _
mtorning, at 10 o'clock, in 13oim ( Cotl aned swoode at Juedsotn's, State St. -
for he cr s o elctin th boad 't tlnet little t'. of M. buttonsti0
fo th 1t lOCo eellg te ordIelgllseli's furnishlinlgstore, ,let:S.
of eitiers of the U.tF' . ii ' It is Stale street. +
to serve for thee tiet sear, leinnin'e - vllv a leader ite styles.""-1)P
Se'Footo, Thee Taileir. ,wE
immlediately .after the spreng11011- Iertc"elepesca eec'eetei
eays. There are a fewvoteservatlions ha execeeed expectaltiones. We ' lave
thttd'i eaporaeyrintsoled thee test litie of goeeshsee this O
thtmgtb prpitl aect.Nwfrteblneo hswith respect ltitis mleetig.ill thee school year we will give you a beteflit.
first place, it shleednbe tundeerstoodh Itlitre is besiteess itt thes. See oeer
stock, get eoerlrices. Wse gularateeW
that every sulbscribier to theoe cv Yoier10ce. strings equal5 to any ill thee city, a
asette oavl ntn lc~nt anty price. 25 So. Fourth Aveteee. O
senite t avteinth letinWttSEcv's Mt'ISTORE110. I-L ___
of editors. Eachc depnartmnit elects lendreds of nobby styles in troueser- TE H RSAENRDUO
its editors, and the reseelt is repnortedfinlgs, at STrFoeto'S. TERC E SCHE ~iTOL-E
to the nmeeting of thee whole. The Stuart Robson, who plays "The' OFFICERS,
Literary D~epartnment is entitled to Henrietta"' at the Grand Opera
House, April 14th, h~as been selling
eleven editors, thee Law Deiiartnnent lls houses all line season for $2.00 a tuxv-%. 3 1WE~
to three, atnd thee:Meedical Depart- seat, andI as a rule, everything Noe 7o00EARORN S.lChicago.
ment to tevo. 'fie conlstitultion pro- woculd he soldh in less thlan two days.
video thtat tile out-goineg boared nay Thlie nmanagemnt hiere ihave sue-
reconeneeenetene selectediup- ceededh in obtaineitig a redhuction and
consequtently reserved seat tickets
on tileliasis oef conmpetition. Tile will beft 50. 'iheis is the nmost
present boeard determninedh to give the notable thteatrical event since 1)00111
conthetitive systene a trial, anidh sill andh Barrett vere heere four years
recommieod eleven mnt to tine mt- ago.- 71 Fort St., Wost, - Detroet, Mich.
thg. mnet is evidlence thtat it htas A.@1ovmeur Io
so sav. i -CHICAGO.,
tosay e ihope thiat thne leeetinee _
sen Saturdhay ciiirecoignizethetn- 3S1iALQ1TLLR +*P*ITOGRAP H R
hiortatice of the business illis calleehND N \O. 12 W. HURON ST.
together to transact, and thiat the UUD~ X~I i
nesv editors wshiotm it selects wiii be eei(ee ' Clot-grand O)pera boupe
men f ehneiene, en n tticc nates will lee fulrnishedehote request for Wedntesdlay, April 8, 1891.
wvithc the studeent body andI student Comcmencenment Invitationls, Clasa-Day ____
organizationes, and above al,nnen Progranmmes, Fraternity Statioteery, Mn n otCrsfrBnut O A
who are hard workers. and Clutb Dinners, D~anee Programmes, LOYALw+ - n llohrknd fcleg ok
Mr. G. F. Ballenger, of Chicago, Our statioteery is always notable for WOI WERC gQmPAnY
has eenenggedforto-orrw een-its hlandsome engraving, corract fornc, Conmposeed of hhe best artists of Scot-
ha eneggdfrtcroee-and moderate prices, hand in National songs
log to deliver a lecture on the sub-J C (± O.gs
sect of 'Religious Freedom." The A. C. MCCL UG & C Prices, - 35, 50 and 75 Ots.
address will be given in Room 24, of CHICAGO. Seat n l ee at Postoliee Newt Stand,
Saturday at 9 o'clock A. M.
Yout can fitnd a Full Lille of
Fine FurnishngS
Adler's Kid Gloves,
Perrita's Kid Gloves,
Half Hose at a$rri
Made to Order and Satsfadtlon
32 S.rwrTvcs ST., ANN Aittit-
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Table goeng itoet, lonunday. Feb-"
Meanistee Expresa and Mace....... a
Mit. PlecasantPassenuger .......... 7P
Mt. Peeasant Expres..........]2 '
Mtanistee Mail.............. 9etdP0
Gen. Pass, Agent. LocalMeat

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