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January 22, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-01-22

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THE UN a VEIISITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

Patnlied Daily (Sundays ecepted) during the
Coleige yearat
THE UIIVE. SIIYOf MICHIGAN,
Orvcc The IntlandtlPress enincg Block.
Both Phoee.,t14.
HIANAGING EDITOR.
F NEttette 'OiL.
1W,-4sltE I''VMA NAGERi.
a titi 11.t'iti s. 00 t.fiec ,'0 B
T. 51tte. \ovtw'oot L. .ti. McDeot,,'tth E
A. G BtetEe ft2 . E. J. B. Wool),'00,
L.J0aTOM~ , X'. it. tICEYe, 'GtfAl,
Thetttttcrtti pittec eoftt ehe l e te $2.50ffofe
the colife e arttetftettt f ua eliverye foe
non fatcla. Notics o m ncto" n
Ottheet'tttce ittendei ed for fpublicaton ltse h
haieto tttthe e itortt befor ' e:i1,tn of th da
preci toet toe w ihteyaeepetdt
appear
Suscitin f b eft :t thfce ui t 'tlc
Manager. Ottftret'tt ilftt nfr' a fvertb
repottt' ftromp tlyft ti eanyatlurttot
the etteeftf tit tt ttte tttt atterhltt in
Ie citaige of tday's etfue,
Dean Hutcl tea on the Hoatue Con
crence.
nees Metn'e Citats't tte Cotgtega-h
"Te att ionf e awit Cllf
ctfercieenthe W ftail iat iac it
itHerttftCe tttttook tef "i e' f "ttt.nd ti.
nfieotatsited'titiit ttttitof' thti
tcnftreneitfcias thefrst .epl~
ccettt prod ccfite uet i telyttt itt tti otcd
i hiit faitu etbtit efthitd tiht ftheicri
t tc ntingfteinithe recrcipit ofthei

LAWS WIN.
(Continettetinetpfage if
trutet from getting a monopoly on
improved maehinery.
The negative was closed by Mr.
Jacob. The troet is an indiepeoeibfe
indusotrial factor. A piece of impreoted
machinery Oboe benefits the whoee
eystem instead of a few iodiridoalo.
It providee a steadier and more cer-
tain market. The cviis complined of
are ail1 in operation. Trusts ore now
regutlar corporations cod ameodable
ho allthue reaulations of corporations.
Aul that is neressaty is to provide a
sysatemitofwceriegulfatitent. Aulfetd-
eral legfition itt ofpttsition has Otil-
tIt Bttu .f ttiras, itrance rem-
pan~ies andt other great corptortistn
rt'tattttitfe control by legislatiton. 'Tte
safii shulCdtbe 'xtentded tothfurtvari-
tt'ttollowifegOtetirti r igtumeentsefol-
itowed tixetmnucte irbittaticchtdti-
itatin. In titeethey sfimpyt piCfed~tt
ci expitlained tireoriginalf argumntst
dft'Onifttfhtule iiiof atttcingotheitirtf-
fp oets ire ititgec Cerre Jutese phcitaWt.
Sttottotvtn, o'ot'e 1i.llttaitercanti Weit.
tli i ttti, f e troit.tt o rccc nt t oi
pltctt ttiti$70, $;50, $")0 resetelyci
ftcire itttley ftrtrheuer tstimontialst
01t' hettfc' ittihiatt tth reiinghtiti
onlce 0tonStutdty.ift ittfFtrtititaclitt
fihot adresenh hei ttut;; t
'Ilfit fitgturfec inititi'he ntamteo
tttchftjudtge i aitt'sopercetgiitradig
tttndOfte othter iohistaningtet ,tttte tcot-
t'stattth. 'e'taitchtwcranksit are thte
stitstoh tankstan thtof flilrnktiere-
stieley.
The ComnnqEbent.
'fiesocccif ethue aenitti cltoe whichr

1)
SHOES

Moneyed People
Are not usually extravaat, They buy
diamcede, bt they do neotar fancy prices
for theta. They bay gsod shoes, hat they
ttuy judlicsly. People who are working en
smalal salaries are acre likely tocmes
wealthy if they follfacethte exampies of
wealthy people tina if they falloa the es-
apies of ether people whoeare working as
smasaasaries.
lREPAIR WXORK RIthoT.
Glass's Shoe Store,
109 5. Main Street.
Ocpen eveningo cctii 8o'clock.

Our 1-4 off Sale
...HIS STILL ON...
.,, But it may cease as suddenly as it
S started. Bear that in mind and
profit by it.
1-4 Off Means

Specito
Neckweaor
Sole
50 cent
Puffs and
Fiscots
nows
35 Canto or
3 for $1.00

$20.01) SutsoantiOvercots $.15.00
18.110) 44t 4 44 1 3.50
15.00 cc c4 c4 11,25
10.0(14 4 4 4 7.50
Noble's Star Clothing House

AS AND ELECTHiC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
U PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A hff :cAi hi aAeITfAitY'PLUct tiNG, STEAMeNe otetittr 'oTE AToI NGtt~ic.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
...IIOLMES' LIE 00.

ence. is to be heltdSattirtdty night lin the
Suct ttchtage cc distarmtmnict of lBarbiour gymnttaim wiltattrttct mcsi
ntoscould nthbe imtate suddenly. if theueniiversiit pople wot k a
It cwouldi leacve civilizatioiaesxtosed ho interest in csiichaftirs. 'iTe very
babaim tht nedVter prescent contditionts btest etatsic ciii be engtaged. 'Theflotte
theartament is impc iticbl eicndiii-also wilt be inifBrat cltiss condition,
tila waoy to settle iterneatioetal dif-Ti assures an enjoyable affair.
fictilties, tuch at by arbitiation, is The gtuests after arrivitig will be
proven t be effcacious, disarmamenipesentecd to the chaperones. A short
it not itruitet. When it is ftocnd that stecial time sift fsllow when all wciii
the developtment of otmamnct is not ihtve on optportuinity to beconeacc-
neetded, hhei it ciii cease ho hexist. ' ctiinted. TIbis time wilt be haketi
Aitycontruitctive actioni of the ctofer- tttt before theiactncing cttmneces so
corelookfintiho dicarimnct would thact theret oleftc itsntterruithionater
have been ptremtue. the orciiestrc strikes sit for tto first
itt, iif tetitic les dtawn tup by the titueber. Thae chaiterones will be Mrs.
confrtieice arutaopited they wilt give
tit ant internattittnaiiaw-icr thig weJ. B.Atngecli, Mrs. Hi. iiHutctriins ttnt
htive'never haitibefote. It cwill be 0Mrs. 1G. W. tPatterson.
the meantsetf ovoitiot wari ant, if ioti-

I

FINE COACHES
AND
COUPES

For Parties, Receptions Etc.
Gand and Prompt Service Guaranteed.

STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIA-
TION COURSE TICKETS
4$1.50 REDUCED TO $1.50

toneett nc ttet cwts wiltlhoe less fro-
tucunth andollets crertand ttthe moral
obititonstrmeating uptttnthe miatiosI
ratif'ying the articles will makle them
tostify theit actions before the world
it thtry estoultdclash it battle.
The exhibit which the more import.
atthAmerca ttnt Universaitesarftcplatn-
tnitntito a o t'i-tirto in f1900,will ftc
otf a titna atu utmmwtnf ifulrientfrottt
thut t 'thit'oVld'ti a0tim in 18913.
P1tti ouuo't'n city' istadfu a voult ctice a
ctmpeutetoxh'ifbit remeniotaftitveoftttll
the cworko door in thait entire institu-
ttont ttscwas tue rce it Chicoiii
teotet citsefto tutuexibit tf soetn
Spcialut etpattment oh ttfsuactihvity.
Haruvaurt l exhoiitts oactrontomicatl
wctmfCo'tltumbi its mtc dagtogytthit'Uno-
versity if Chicago if o0tllectiomaspci-
iniePurinetotmiits Univemrity 11u1f'-
cationstand chartt, illustiratmng thte
hisctotry cutthe cmgantatotmscof the
Univoersity, and the Unuivemrcity of
P ennsylvania its Archaeologmcl col-
lection.

EUTHYMOL -
2Ott lttfan SxASBAND L'I-
S Euthymol Fire Numbers for
Tooth Paste ,
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH ousa and his Band, University Hall, Monday
U 'm R YEvening, January 19,
JOSPH ILL TT' l~~ ? or 'O UGV To cwait tuntil youi fre comnpell
JSTE IL EN S i~ bu________ y rubbers.
STEE PE S. MNOW THE WISE MAN
GOOD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889, bcuys ruebbers and has then rea(
AND THE CHICAOEXPOStTION AWARD.
THE OSTPERECT F PNS.wear whten occasion requires-
THE MOTPRETO ES PILS SHOE STORE baa less to pay the doctor.

Ilh tto
tdy for
s-and

PERFUMERIES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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