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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pubished Daily (Sundays excepted) do~ng th
College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Ojic: The Iland Pecss, Henning Block.
Both Phones 10.
MANAGING EDITORS~.
F. ExaNGLoA, '1 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
. H. HANS '00 L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS,. . . G. D. Hicooes, '01 E
T. R. WeononR, '5 L A. H. MCDOGALL, '01 B
A.. G. BROoWNE. 'S2. . J. B. WOO, '00,
LJ. MONTaOxnan%'I, W. 1). IIORE, '0M,
The shscipion pice of the lAIe so $.50 for
he cllegyouar, with a regla deiey efoe
ano aegday. Notice, comunicatons, an
thoer atterintended cor pbicatin nmut e
handed in at the DAIYe office eoee Sp .or
maled to the edioe efoe 3 p . sof the da
previos to that on which they ae expected to
appear.
9iaheciptions soy e left at the DAILY etfio,
gype's, o Stoffieto newtand, o with Bsinen
eavaer. Shcieso will cones a faosb
tloting posptly a1 this office any failse o1
carrees to deive ppe.
All changes in ad-eising aamatteest e in
the office y 5 p. o. on the day pevioue to thai
on which thy ass to acea.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
IeCotinoci fomo ae I)
last oie 1n(d oie as importat as he rest
1s5industry
1I tilace -ra) sties5s o idutryl.
Wor kis the slvatiliacoa the famiy, of
tie locltiy and of the nation How
cotild Prof.Smih hass nade tis insti
tute sorts a sccess? inles ie wre a
iigty iworkei.Woik colles 11n 1s 01e
of lhheIseding qutlitiiis- of a mililionire.
I ave awaysrgardedr WXester as te
greatest siaii XAserca has eesipro-
edtied What o)uoidrtDaiel \Weeter
have.iamointied 1to sitot wxok At
sixmtiothlts of age iseswas as iy otter
man115of te saiii ags. Ie was ble In
1t)ke cireof timssel y siplyng h iim.
set) withs the ncessarissf ife And
tl i ledtis ocupiton w its sch pr
sistey aid eergy tai ts i tiliiei
girst sicess Aoother greaisiiisi
AtrahsaiiiLinconis ddeitotstis tiIisliv
were soothanisis)liiii glindstiry No
citienshos tio zy is dischar) itginstj
rtutv to te stie I hisetiewys eii
a teirifisisorkr iiistit I can iiiake
aniisi is to1 5idusti. T he tr li -
et luls 1w01rk. orlstills I.Atl/7zy iiarier
miayiroll aroiiisanis)yet itsone" Xiind is
frietids wilttbuiy tsiiishenthei isiticsBBi
dot1c-ittlisia-ifartmir.iPeoslitofteii
haesc, amna a rprsentatloie of
farmeis andti) imake fn fiii im.iii coots)
scarcity cal itt tiiiiizen11/51 e\\are1scoi-
petter) to iwoit byour srrousniidiig ir-
(tlstcs. sTo be good cietisswe
ists)wsorkHoiesty fdlity ass) a
trethflt)dischsarge of ittl0111redtiestots'
privats aiirtpbtiit reaslutereqisitles
to good ciizenshlip
tie Preisdent a si Ihd d
sresses) iois fatrlmers -tin aiyoter
11111n15in lihigins I bsisve I hisveBtt
Il tass also ddtessed olths I ae
aftnt adre sssd rministers 5n15co11vettis.
1 thavs itways dised tsisito psisch
shorter sertioits. And I 5eies-e 111111
thave tssd soise itfiensceesiese tey
certaisty eta treachshstorter sertiostats
they fortierty die. I have oftentspstoeet
to1 lawyers 1oo I hisve artsisststi)n d d
tttonistssd tetmtrstssatelty never to de-
fetid oaitantheliy knewt o te ceity Bell
I soetid not tsosveetrted aty itfiese
there s tiey alit t yt.
"Goo01antie hlotest ioisisg y0our it-
legsrity Yaose it to yoett oenttry otsr
tacitrtitosriy Itsraisis) etdrsetht
Dr Wiey sod tis aften110011 Tse
fortssr who sesars outehillsuit111is 5111n
niet.-Ile comitsis a citme .agistinsi-
sef, is countsryasitt i isil ys et un-
hart. We are boutd to codtleillone
foriss so as 1101 to wer tiis out. We
sre gointg in etis rdreotintoi.
Itscomals~ring the farmer as a citizet
iithi others tIae 110 wishsto pluck
laurels froms the brows of atyia. Btt
ons tle swhoe te average farier is tsore
iotest itan oiter tsets Tis is io par-
tieular credit, however, as le does not
save to fare ithe temp~taions ta eat-
frontenosssin ities. He lives ieinto -
muniots witsiateres law wih teahes
hotsesty isegirty, and all oler Iih
and nole ideals. We have some disad-
vantages. We are in a way dragged
down hy our surroundings, but an a rle
matintain a hgher standard of Ioraltlh
than the average. People itt towns dont

live as close with their fanmilies as dues --F e
the farmer. I was called on a coroner's A Gentleman's aet..C
jury to investigate the suicide of a i9 do noti have to he crowded int
year old girl. Her father said he got upunofralsheinrdrt m1
at six, took an early breakfast and went-wiotmtahlso sinode ooply
to wrk-efoe te gils ot p, henFashion has hecome decidedly lenient.
he returned he was tired, the family had Perhaps noti ermoocotly sohot we won't
eaten, perhaps the girls were not at honse p-
and lie did not see them hefore lie went worry ahoiit Ike future. At $2.95 a pass
ho hed. He said, 'I'm very little ac- wedgmoraeounifotheshoean tc-asnaeu
quainted with my fanmily.' That lesson .casdsoewhomfotbesoeaan eq pri r -n
has grown wills ne constantly for four- chsdelehrea neqa /ie n
ty years and I'll thank God t live on a -ouseeguaraniee means: your money haek if
farti and spending hose with nmy wife yuwn t
and children, and keep op that close coos- .,i' G A SSS O T R
munion that leads to else highest life. ;.hG AS ' )IV T R
Michigan has twenty stale institutions Open Evenings ""9 S. ain^
and t have visited all except thse last un)tit S pen
onrs huilt. .-.- are educationnl, purely,
and three hoth educationaly and char- I PROOFS printed
itahle. Farmsers were always well rep- ++ + +++++44++++++++++++++..++4+++++ +++++,.+4++++++ ,..+++++..++4+++++ eetr xeta w.lls eer-ofaa iseo h
torus schools. They never had over_
three per cent of farisers aid lisually
onsly atone two. They are jost as had G b o
hy nature hit don't have the opportuinity J
for goinig wrotig. Our great hearted
Phlantropists and large-souled staler - o
ern the cities until this prohlem was over--
shadowed hy ouir war wits Spains and CTknfo h
later wills the hody across the Pacific. Takiginom orBe 0
But did you ever syear of aniyhody wary-
ing how to govern the people in the ,, O3 r 217 Souih
country - hey govern tieisevles. We Stabler St e
are at peace and harmiony with each 54th Ave.
otlier. Perhaps this is partly due to the
farmhers' cleths anld the granlge.
Prof. Bailey made a miistake when he A gent for
said the farmers never bsroughst absout any '/b;-er -nd Biy
of else educational reformts except the TrCibonetansadBaresBic
extenisioni Imovemleit. I wosi the legis- dces. Renting and repairing or all y
lture its'55whtieeseAgriculturol Cal- A welcome offeritig wsen making a kinds. LEON SHIAW, y
lege wos estaihted, ond the tanners call is a box of Hangsterfers'tost ex- lil17t. Ann S#
svere biacks of the 1110.enit. The is it cethent - chocolates. They are else finest k'eeeeJ'eara1 'e2 :V
ers also were mast influientialin iimiaking _________________________
this hisad of the ogriultural depaptrenttmiade anld prices sire so reasonahle that p
a msemsber of this cahbiet We were back yoti caii afford ho give a treat oftent. T pe rie pyn
of htand wonted an opiortuity to grow. 000 E. \Vashsingtont. 316i S. Statle. Weaeongo trswihte n-Ony13epr 10C opying
letrsity otid Noiial.o h etiseisstitutesOay Icpr10Wrs
ore Uniesity extension sootrses its agri- SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
"Thiscitizens thest lie pirparesetoli fight 707 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
foi hils countiry at ainy times No meinii- were ever better soldiers than the farm-_______
ers. thhis a ve always hail stirong arm Ils AS AND ELECTRIC IGHITING SUPPLDIES'SHADlES
indirav It aits fortIhie defeiise. IfL UII IIIII .UIL~.1 IM~)
yoii doutsit - to Lexintigoinschere lthr PORTABLE LAMVPS, ETC.,
sht s sifire) that is stilt) hisisardaound A SPiEIAL.TY. SANITARY PLUMING~c, STEAM AND HOT WATER iHEATING. g
this iwstlhi If you stilldt ehldioth le
few Isthsiiidslurdy- firmeirs inifSietihi J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
-Afric-iai shi telit BsyIthe Brie'is-n
Aire.'-
Anuothser divsiotatso hla i tsetin
sit Yps5ilti thlis miosriiig.
Prof. Pi C. Freer withll gie ian is- * * LM S'LIVERY...
tratd eshIciure isns I iqtuil Air"in itt -
verstyha lll 01n 1hiurisedil.\tMarcli13111
Thle lectureswillhbetiveniciuiiderthisFINE COACHiESPateEc
auispiics o a t lietic, ls'ssosia hiin itsdFor PrieReceptions Ec
ihic proceerds xi)wcilsiedeoted hi thises- AND
pensses of i11)rOVl11-- iaidlrsti ill tiff RC- E
gcnts' fiel. This adisissionirseeGhasciie COUPE Good and Prompt Service Goaranteed
plared ait 2,5 cr111si rrrdhiIllevesry-
otie maisy atend.
NOTICE SOI'HOM'ORES! / " /' /", . / .// ,

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RoomsuC it 7:15 andsiitpri)otrceed ini a
tioiy to thes gymnsuasiuism,ivhsere sI re-
serve sesctionssvll he saivedl for the '02
rooters. All soiphoutmores sire reqestedt
toi roteorult itid suippotrt thieteami. 2
SKATIING CARNIVAL.
Ihr wsisill he a skaitig cirnivsal ait
che ic k ts)5 hotst foir itsebieiefit of Y. P.
S. C.L E. Agoisitbandldwiltlibe is at-
terael anid 11the grainid masrch lt ri)oami-
mienice at 8:30.
EUTHYMOL
Antiseptic Tooth an1st h ii Isl
25otle.ii
Euthymol
Tooth Paste
Aps1uI e and rel iibtstii 25ss
Package.
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
QUARRY'9S
Cit.Is'Tt, =M-170- S'TO 25
JOEPH GILLOTT'S
STEEL PENS.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOIION, 1889,
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.

Students' Lecture Alssociaition Course
lION. JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES
Saturday Evening, March 3. Subject: "The Reign
of the Demagogue."
DAVID STARR JORDON
President of Leland Stanford University
Monday Evening, March 5. Subject: ,The Blood
of the Nation."

it's Poor P01160
APRILL'S SHOE STORE

To wait until yenusine compelled to
buy rubhero.
THE WISE MAN
buys rubbers and hao them ready for
wear when occasion requires-and
has less to pay the doctor.

POCKET SCISSORS FOR 25C AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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