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December 16, 1899 - Image 20

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-12-16

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Since she became associate editor of the brick-maker and his wife had vanished, OUR A NNUAL
DA se, there have been ten other women but blood and marks of violence testified
on the board of editors. to a terrible confict of some kind.
7 7 The women have done their share in From that time the house remained
getting out the various college annuals empty. People renting it left soon after
and we often find them carrying off arriving till at last the owner tore down
__ QC76Q prizes offered by the Oracle and by the the old building and built the one that
P9 others which are now consolidated into stood there twenty years ago. But the
the ficligantsian. haunt still remained. People staying ( I
After finding out that the women have there or passing by near moidnight would
taken such an active part in college jour- at times see a ghostly fnure which van-
toalistic work, one naturally expects to ished when chased, and hear a strange
learn that they did not lose all interest irregular tapping, as of a cane. Some-
in literary work after leaving college. times nothing would be heard or seen
Mrs. Lucv H. Stone, who opened the for months, but the haunt always came Opens Saturday, Dec. 9.
college doors to us, has gone before us back till the new house was as empty as
into journalism. She is in fact the oldest the old had been. A thousand and one Novelties at pop
woman journalist in the state, having Some ten years had passed and few
been connected, in one way or another, beyond that neighborhood had ever ular prices invite your attention.
with newspapers for almost fifty years. Psard the story, when it came to the
Down She was a member of the staff of the De- ears of Bob White, then a student of the
troit Tribune for many years, and one U. of M., and was immediately commu- Our "CHRISTMAS BAZAAR" is a de-
To a Fine Point of the attractions our elders used to look nicated to Bob Morrow and Harry Av- cided attraction, and the elaborate deco-
To a Pontfor when the paper came out was the cri. A few nights later Bob White and
letters of her travels in Egypt, Palestine, Harry Averil, armed with all the keys rations of our store will prove sufficient
we do wshen see fit a stun to aSyria, Greece, and otlher lands. Of later tiscy could horrow, visited the haussted reason for many a visit.
on't tell you it will stretch years she has given active newspaper house to discover a quiet mode of en-
, or shrink if too large. We work over into younger hands, but still trance. After half an hour's trial they
,s and cao fit eanyfoot accu- retains her interest as is shown by her found a key that worked, though with
fsr esrylittlemoey. attendance at the meetings of the Michi- dificculty, and went home. p F
gan Women's Press Association, which The Tuesday night before Thanksgiv- E.. MILLS & C
'S SHOE STORE, she helped to organize, and of which she ing the same two boys started out again,
is the honorary president. this time wearitg heavy overcoats and 120 Main Street.
,two rings. 109 S. MAIN ST. Mame Ruth Osband, of the Ypsilan- armed with stout canes and carpet tacks.
tian, Jennie Buell and NMrs. L .H. Stone, 'the weather was warm, the moon full.
members of this association, are Michi- They arrived about eleven, unlocked the
gan women. Octavia Bates, of Detroit, door without difficulty, and entering
is seen it very able articles it papers and I locked it behitd them. shen, having
d qualities a/rays right. magazines from time to time. We can scattered the tacks on the stairs which
also clain Miss E. E. Bower as one of led directly from the front door, they
1T.. correct our newspaper women. She was for a entered the corner room and sat down
long time editor of the Democrat and t watch and wait. But drowsiness final-
hapes is now engaged in editing the organ of ly overcame them and they slept withWHAT IS
the Lady Maccabees, which enjoys a cir- their heads on their hands and their BETTER FOR A
tODSTWKF'DS culation of 55,ooo. Another Ann Arbor canes at their sides.
117 MAIN STREET. coman who has taken work in college Suddenly Harry heard a sound, a tap- CHRISTMAS
and made a success of journalism is png, and kicked Bob once, and again. PRESENT
Cora E. DePuiy. The Literary Century Both listened, grasping their clubs. Tap,
Us5 e o Pios owed its creation and life to her efforts, tap-tap, tap-tap, tap-Ifrom the ceiling THAN A
f____ and she has recently been chosene aso- above them-tap, tap, growing louder KODAK ?
ciate editor of the organ of the Society and louder and louder, and then slowly
PPRISCILLIA of American Authors. Numerous short dy ng away, and silence. They must THEY ARE A
Skirt and stories and articles from her pen appear have sat there a half-hour without THIRD CHEAPER
Waist in the Chicago and Detroit Sunday pa- speaking after the last sound disap- NOW.
-, holder piers. At tie opessnig of thor present col- iccaced anid tinsthey dtid stot care to cc- N W
For legeCe a year she organized a class in jour- i- in any longer. BtOt while talking it CATALOG FOR
Comfort nalism of young people of the Univer- over at home they vowed that they THE ASKING.
and security- sity. Sor-e menbers who did not knowv eould go tiage, and go with a force
Your dea.er the meaning of the word "news" are now strong enough to clear out the house.
should have doing good work. Thanksgiving night, 1879, found
them.-.. Outside of our state Miss Ftily Harry Averil, Bob White, Bob Morrow
Price 10 cts. Boughton, who is assistant managing and two others on their way.
editor of the Toledo Blade, holds the Each had beside his overcoat, P
THE best position of any newspaper woman c,'ndle ends and matches, Harry Calkins Pharm acy
SAFETY in Toledo. Associated with her is Miss Averil had a dark lantern, and all had
SKIRT Grace Jennings, who was in college last big revolvers. The weather was still
SCSLLA PLACET , year, but accepted her old position in mild ad the full moon made objects
nD Ann Arbor,WJe as society reporter but who was outside clearly visible. They reached
soon promoted to the position of general the house about ten and tried the key.
reporter on that paper. We are pleased It would not work. They examined the
to hear her spoken of as one of the most house for any possible way of getting
talented yong journalists of that city. in. There was no outside entrance to
Another Michigan woman holding a fine the cellar, no unlocked window. Then
position at this work is Miss Mary three of them put their shoulders to the
O'Connor, who writes editorials and door, the latch broke, and thev went in.
book reviews for the Chicago Tines- Revolver in hand they went through We make a specialty of
Ebony Hair Brushes Herald. that house. Nowhere could they find a Chocolates as a side line.
Ebony MirrorslIn looking over the list of members of trace of life aid nowhere could they find We sell lots of them and
the Michigan Woman's Press Associa- ass opening into the loft. At last they
Ebony Cloth Brushes tion one is struck by the fact that almost marched back into the corner room and our stock is always fresh.
no college women comparatively to their each took his position as prearranged, Lowneys,Allegrettis and
Ebony Hat Brushes numbers have entered journalism as a Bob' lorrow at the front door watching Kuhn's always in stock.
Ebony Hand Brushes profession. If the women who do enter, the stairs, Bob White at one of a series
do so without the culture of a college of doors. These doors connected one - 7
Ebony Manicure Goods education is it strange that the literary coons to another and through them,when e $ Pharmacy
work: of newspaperdom is at so low an open as they then were, one could see
All with Sterling Mounts ebb. Here is an open and almost untried fiom one end of the house almost to the
or Plain. field with splendid opportunity for ad- other. Harry Averil was to stay under
vancement. Might not a plea be made to the place from which the tapping came,
the college girl, who is sighing lest there the other two might sleep till called upon PATRONIZE
be no school boards to conquer, to enter to take their turn.
Toilet Sets in Ebony, Cellu- this profession where wonnen of talent Twelve came, and then one, and still
loid and Rosewood. and education are in demand. Here is no noise. Then suddenly the report of
the wish for the next girl who tries to a revolver and a sound of scuffing
Perfumes in endless variety, tell what Michigan womsen have done in rused Harry Averil into instant action. G o d e a r s
Beatifl Bsqu Trys ndjournalism that she will not have to go Fe rushed for the ]hall and there saw
cfrom one editor to another inquiring ne figure on top of and firing at a see-
Mirrors. "Didn't a woman ever do anything?" and. A flash of the lantern showed the
HLulu1 J. Dickinson. icste on the ground to be Bob Morrow. DRUG STO([
Hand Cursed Grabbing the other and hitting him over
Mexican Leather Goods. A DUTCH TOWN EXPERIENCE, the head with the but end of his re-
volver, Harry pulled him off, only to
(A Narrative). discover him Bob White.
[Related for publication for the first By this time the other two had ap- if You Have Never Been in Our Store Before,.
time to our reporter by Mr. Henry c sredou the sce e anWtlere was lvidd when in need of a Hair Brush, Comb,
-- Gas-es of Detroit, a stndet at she U. of -several days, but he gave another reason Glass, Perfumery, or anything, from
M. ins 79.Ed.]. fr his injuries and the college authori- a drug store, please try us, and see
makers or Three years ago there stood in the ies nee- ere ftehutdhue
COLLEGIATE CAPS, 1 tstlwest cornerof uteto sncqucreeced o tie hanted hous if you cannot get better goods at a
GOWNS and -fOODS, distant from any other buildings, a tesie opedoors a white figure as which lower price than of anyone else.
Resting of ge larn-lil structre, own o he fired and th rushed for outside door
CAPS aod GOWNS, neighbors as the haunted house. It only to be intercepted by Bob Morrow.
A SPECIALTY. stood at the junction of two roads, one _TOOUODUSOMR
CLASS CANES, urcey sed, was twro stures high ih a HRepresentatives of Princeton, Yale. TO OUR OLD CUSTOMERS
COLLECE FLAGS, cellar and evidently a loft, and differed Columbia, and Brown have organized we want to say: We have never had a
CLSS PIPES, I from the other houses of the neighbor- an Intercollegiate Hockey Associatiorf
CLASS STATIONERY, j hood only in having no blinds, and no _ larger stock of fine goods than now,

COLLEGE PINS, trees around it. A centennial memorial building is to and our old motto still holds good-
COLLEGE The story ran that many years before he erected at Yale before u1on. The
SPECIALTIES there had stood on the site of the building will be similar to Memorial WE WILL NEVER BE UNDERSOLD.
W.C. KERN & CO. ihaunted house" another in which a Hall but larger, and will contain an au-
hrck-maker and his wife lived alone. ditorium and dining-room. Over $400,-
S Ltth St. One night screams were heard, voilent o00 of the $750,000 needed for its erec Goodyear's Drug Store
disturbances, and next neornieg the tion has been raised.

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