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94 PaiLI



No. 118.

G. H. WILD & o
"1 ii eutlC t fatIv tf'
swear. It includes everything in
stap~le~s that arreositihab ttindit.
sitable lfor the season.Itt. are
atlso shioinig full rattges ini flir
itirs, i qu titilndstvi t

TO M ET PNN. be tight at wrong the American in by
TO M ET PNN. atur e an expansiontint. Ever since
-~ liiithe olonal timesite itasihail nteetchs-
Pennstghuania Debate [earn Leases nil alt before him broad acen wait-
T[his Afternoon.ig to li.betccnined..'The rapidity anti
eonmiletenesnscit which the acrea
lie idebating teant to tieet Pennsyl- nave been nettled, the great wset farm-
' ants at Philtadelpita Fidtay night ediintl anti eotnrtry exptandeid fronm
leaves this afternoon at 4:t8 over the titeeinincolonies hanging on to the At-
Michtigan C'entra. Tihis is in event of lantieceasot to ai powverful nation
unutsutal importantce as it is the fist strentcinactross the conttinentt insltha
tinte a debating~ team tram Michtigani sonder at history. Thin expainnion
Ihas gitne rtst toi nent ani eastern rival its Itad its effeet on the nature of the
an thim er wnstampnig ground.Ilie Amterictant puople. 'Tliy have lbecomte
deliatie is ltole 'a seyittportatit n aicuistomietd to taking all the lail in
ts it is Pt tisy's onltyrdebiate ittd sight asoiptreailing thenmnelvns overj
stipitciaflatIssnaretteig nmadteree it.IThis spirit in more evident thn
to retrieve lie dfetothe~irteInin at farther wrest itte goen, for it htasnont

suit thit miistiexacting taste
ritnsistingiTopI("ioaits, Stilt- iiiN T-IU-IC
Ii tusei tts ItWe junvite iiiiiiito
AT i~tI
HO0U RS I)ISi c P liii


Dr. Aneel Called to Her Side to Care
far Her.
P'residenit Angell ban gone east in
renponse to a telegramt annoancing
the nerious illnens at Men Angell. She
wsnstrieken sithi apoplexy while on
the train going fraon heee to New York
City. Whtent Dr. Angell reeeived the
telegramn, her caniliitin ivan eonsid-
erit very nerioits. hate lant night
word wan reeeired here thtat nhe ws
ntcimetitproved atid thtat site wsabl
to spetak.iThe physicians in attend-
antce ate tow titeihopetfiul toeriter
The Coming Minstrol Shona.
iadei.ftrtfite oliitel lshtotw.aildiregu-
taro ticrials tu ittlltmtencewititn
a shot titite eii'ainintof talent
int i tttill t)B lt int heiii ii li it ice~
l ie, lrige rritnit Itt ipittlttttp-
ps,11ititiis hoed fiiari Pitt ino
itt 11 toi ttie atillticasail atioll,
ii:lC t- ii iiBtiit_ ,iL 1 1is t i t i rtt Sble
Llinie toithitsiillecure a Ioyall
11C sGCtti C l iti4i !t . \n l tsttiti"
tril ittl itg,. tet 'isj id fotie
Le lutd Stat i dSetureaFoittoa'Vi
F. i. 1ost willcoah te foitbasll
lit It of lttUMi t etfl. i
Llt yi ar l-. itwIde ild tilt iiiasa dtty
beoetht itcor~es ioWs
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it lute It aitil b ttitss i i s~tt~lt.I
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oi i-ig-e 'fidanpuupsdrt
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DulMetiset Sese. i a
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txtllrll ndiitushuh it.tit.a'2 Nt2 s
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I ilders Pharmacy
THE OLD i-'c5a rrw ~

AttniAitbhutlist yeasie Ilore interest beein
li5i~ il t')3 t 11t'1, over oIt tilt
ti)e lti-getstihl lPll ttssituuI '2--t t'lt
ietal tlt itutis Iill is ttet i i ,00ii Iisi
atit1)(ll)'lst Ii ii titi iii atlifr lm toll ii att
011"St.AIt g ii yll erit tilt 1-ciy11011 Prep"s
0initu ill sc tuetL i h c ltitolIi~
I i tl e -r t i at hinttrol-tostll I
tudlle tirlatiSt l uttel i tduatI ii ii
aat Kitselt otiee attuv Presiti Iiiviti 11h
tt1 ti i av;'tt11Lalentit t 211Me' still isn
illotntliil. thu telan l 1.n.tteto,
uhonit le i i illl tei orilerinamedIi
The liii S ar lii' I i -of.111111 111101 l'h
of noxtte uitandt Preiidet David itr
'1hi g 1111 iteistern 11ser1. Pof1 n
Trilb'od ad lntlie Gtrll liiIwill 1 a
lirsensnsalvatnit DebhigUnton Pitil
1il g v b n u t till ri I te det e 15
Lii ili-Annt'irbollrititi it5t Istide lua
btus arr11ieiatle it iYttgli ii l.'
atIi 11ritt 'syit ilitec lil I s tit

j) fg tie ntt-tihosstos th n
tte. Everyt ody11 Nliii ol i e",ti 1i11
ict illithti eessl'ttrn es i t f
arabytioeirsorita.Varsig ndoore
eytontis ilrecaniitoriNvrittstae
ed o ti intiePlppin ele. hIe
ier iii titel ntigtgitoinitran-
aiii'oeiSspatihnt i-sai
)t in uu ftor1111 11111 sitqIn doortiti
lc two ethuialilsts ic t e itliii-
t in .ex tsothit of pihireos

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1 i l 1' 1'Ik

A IheAdrantaes o Perpeual Sum-"
'e tier.
S Niovtthe teasterndi lit urtle nesternt I5 /'
universt~itttiftuetoutry are'enr-
strcd i ierahetccneto ioo ets aind itoekey' gatmesn .'\0
othuer parits ittthe ecountry it in very
differnt. LelamndhStanford lholds -t
atnunal 'varnity tield daly, Satsirday. \ , IS'
Tine interecollegialte nerien f atselball
...GOING AT.... gannes with its rival tine University atf {31l ChILL - .
CaLtronia is maw at fnet iteight Even
in other insets of the eouintry, inniver- i
O f sities arnnoying -nomee nports.
Neat Saturnday, tinetUniversity at Aia-
bama will witness the first of the cias
Aff team senies and much the sa me is go- _____ h'h-ANN5C.VtIA 5 lltlABhhts
tog on in the neighboring states. ' _
be brokein. ne competition the omen probably on May 5. The Yaie track
Imperialism-A National Trait, have h-ad so far has benefited them teami wiii have an especiaiiy buay
immenseiy, especially is this true of season this year. Besides this mee
Recently Prof. A. C. McLaughlin in the new men. The old men, some of and also several minor ones, they are
his class in the Contitutional History whom have not been seen in competi- slated for a dual meet witn Harvard,
of the United States, made a few forci- tion so far, w... all be present and the regular titercoilegiate meet, and
W A r M S ful remarks in regard to imperialism, from all appearances this meet will a possible Yale-Harvard vs. Oxford.
He said that regardless of whether it be a record-fireaker in every way. Cambridge meet.

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