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THE UJNIVERSITY 011 MICHIGAN DAILY

U ~ ti1.~hd11. illbe a ~ Prker's Campul
osophical society in Tappan ball lee-
Published Daily (Ssndaye seepted)lddeing the tore room Wednelday at 4:15 p. m. Dr. Colg(er a au iladrs h oceya hs Cafe, +++
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. meeting upon the sbjeet, "Scientific FRI~SFR
omenc: The Island Prese, fHeecing Black. -E-----B-AD-$-.5.--
Both Phoses 147. REGULAR BOARD S2.75" 11
orders promptly filled. Fresh E
MAAIO DTe.Arthur 0. Taulor. with the famous Sponge Caramel
MAAIGEI . A very large cirele of friends wilt be ensatdpnusowrdy
F. B eseana. ott L. shocksed to hoe of the death of Arthur ansltdpnusowrdy
BUSINESS MANAGER. 0 . Taylor at his home an Wilmot at.,
0. H. Htsse. '00 L. yesterday, at elevensoclock. He has
FDIeTctxSe been attending _iee University for sev-
ATULO TtCS,. . . . tssese . at a1 . eral years bitt was not a candidate tar
T.B cD ow, 00. A. t1. Mt~etrArsL.,01, a degree. He leaves a mother and two
T. It Bes onsi,;ters one of hwomn teaches in the
d.tJ. Masesst e, '55 0,. i.D.ten.HICK tSchoot of Music. 4.++++++++++++:ele +++ 444
t. 1. -RN -sAs, 105 L. B. A. KNIessT, 101 L. He was taken sick last Tuesday
_____________________ night with what seemed to be appendi-
citis. Alt that meodicat scienece coutd 7
rioeras dinse by De-s. Fitzgerald antI
Kinyone lit lie finally seecaeJ tsvhel F°11)1
S --- ___ aceute lrightsdisease. The sdeceaed~i-
The bsascrepiess pieIfatthe DAILeei8e$250tOfoer
he courseg yeas, sets a re--a etlirlsy betere stuadentivolcitteer itbetd and the Poti j a
nonease hday.s'stises cwinsethesr eead versety Y.1M1 C. A cisoIheBaptist
ehond natethe DALY trficeeoe 8 . Ieater 0churihetnd the B. Y.P. U.IsTiriknow _
etaileltolbsh eeitre heftoesr e p i.ot ileslay lien s to s etO itsee f riesd. It s o-i
preveiosetoisthat oeethishtey re epec.eted ietott ys ecngeeil stnd hapupy, tindand creel
appar.r-fcthoeste. Iheruegt it tois eeially , i#555
- Itsc-rrptiosi ete eef tthe cic ie DAIesoffice, a saed btittshiatt see js et enterineg ecm tsn
Beyese rSicfete eec-iitand orc atittBusttin eecelo sesoleett t a enir ofott lieiso ily s
utties ieee plrompiN t te is aolcs ecntfilutereosic an fiterinutee cl ro t ttte in teefelds {
crr 5tsee~ i stlit et losesr.It t renssha~e th etir oltei 00 r
All chneOa.avris mt ter inettrteebetcl nsti cerely -wsto tilittle lctLi11f
the oficbylhtp.it e seethe.tay lreseseettha et 5The funceeal ciiw itk eplae W /eines ! % ,i1
on wehich theev ate tee astteas' ciy -ci 3 it m.fromesthe homs at 1,td
In ctshartge of toda,isse, r ye, A welcome offerig wben making a!
WSILLAreD A. KNIGHT. call to a box of It ngslerfer's neost ex-
- - -_ - iTe- juncior1-cots eare tee have cc el-eeocsetient chocolates. They are the finest

.8
French Cook in Charge
3T-OLiSS BO0ARD.
'EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
tome Made Candy now on hand
I1 a specialty. Pop corn halls
Come in and try them.
W S, PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
STABLER'S
ART 4
STORE
PICTURE SALE,
FOR TEN DAYS
BEGINNING .. .
Monday, March 19.
IMPORTED CARBONS AFTER OLD AND MOD
ERN MASTERS
Imeralsetsie eguaretrie ttr.tO, durieg
Rtoyalie, eutt r rie ser$I3.0, ldeinggsale
Poi szReguapie te 1. i25, during sale
v Etcigale ie,35ens
Oho ecee re se lar -et ice se 5.00, duering
Ptoie e..-ietse tsiz1ti14leguelarspice 0e,

"cPicturesque Public Men."-rThehub - iie-cp ttGemg r idese Vred-.!- caciand prtces are -o rcasottatie that i -td~t( Sl e t la rc 5,dr
mnesda-y sevcts-' kApi-t T hte e ctsn- you can atiord to gvea treat ote.eng dtt 5 rsts.
jectifor H-In. Champ Clark. igivee ze22t 8,R ofa rie7cdr
mitse reputig; eer efot o nae ooE.Wahigtn. 31 S Sat.! isne=s-,tie5 els.csBge cisis is
Tdie aboeohitas be-st en ecired ec itte5 uponeie4c-ti--ct n te tcks 20HaVisiueoa tf .S Ate l ,s-tea s r adFrmdpcursdrn
t1ttAe <ce ette aecteric5 etitandtitiiieeesee deeris
tsh c su etfo he address h yitt-hitson-titit, tei 0one-tetetCprice
gressmane teseefront cii IaeiMisosoeeuritccees t Saiturdaoyitetsed.I .tttitiee. ttesee.
nigetit s etsid oees ccii f ": ST-ABLED S ART STORE
setters o b heiertt M. settiso iteed o 127S.IFteeth Avea. New tate Phase Na. 173.
the oeiiel eose to eaiircilte ei-ie-rtiesei cofeeeiee-ceciteofccithe -- - ---- ----wt i ocltci 1 et r ci ihv stwl v ie cll e1
notec isc octitli se sete s 11i1cs 1- 1 ccit r eteeet es-t-tst iee e DI-ess OA liAND E Lb [6I5S'P ,HA E
dor le he i - l-ftnies st t ees.eis ctiCo re. c c un it.t- e i eetriwiitchet1e 'P)'' I. 4VIPS E C.
abrezsle ,t c e f ie omiicei t t..t gess ti i fsc ose ti es iccesoits t e h.it thiAe1t :0B L c, ctet.e.cciee AoMeciiPtttttt
torte ci t, eel tytities, ot sc o' eeJ. eete Ft.e , -HU.,H, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
teir pivte e a oiii caltts ltitf e wih0 Jmm "Otl te uFdao h
ccnnett Is obtaiedsfioit eeteese cieiey bothty s ts tloak-ro tmcin tie-gs-e-r-leibtraery-
pallsers. Aie. .ee 1 es a close- otserere eelce eeeeeesette tee~ hs i t
oef Ils leil i ncue c.t i t le ie i eee-l i5c ites eet e a ck fip eycent a
their distinguhelcd chiaeeaeteerishics _ E nd, i t
wvith i ne f etie e gia.ccusc y.es l}I ices e ice j °" . ,... i 'rpa. +op aesa ea~a' . sscos
toul th tc etries ihumorebet so ghitee- , I i+ iti(ie- T itept
iraiiy thi tit ies tsllingec0 ecsr fai-cito
C5iealINE COACHES1;a For Parties, Receptions Etc.
bring dttowncthet ouie.eIsO l s ms anyecoj
stories of i lcesonerig as. Th i1ce! ci t ie I c csttc rcts +1 t AND
Saturayce in 1ot is reso ueeeet e- Orietiee(t - ec sttes, etof +
foe- tehelloing.e "A tt'ikoe ounty mcatel I p + tino titiet -ci t + NC'A.V t'L.Good seed Prompt Service Guaaeed
rassftrrthereislatueeere-inae arlyitit aes 4 t ci e ecties - to(,____________--__
onti t etlttformethithie owoeuid I-ecav eciffmanccHouesi ttle + '." / "Lr"wwJ"
+at seeishdrsdsek-ic- s-otic-it i+
the Mitsshisipitee ccii tor tieanthees$+ ge
west halftisoetth see ties peotple ecoeuil . . sTABER&C . S. L1. ./. COUR~SE
hasvec llattsb teea Ieti et eas sties year + 4.tee - -i-5,---
Hes piro es citeIcs osoitieisfaesctncti 1_FINEIL NUMABER. SEcISON 1899-1900
thst the sconty tisted ofiaivi tt itee A < i- ,yi
cosunty judges re-tlle ad oe use red . c
Here is hisnmoduls operandi:le Juige A lI
is otn e-e Idge 1 ieand C ares tto ,c ~
noogieta ooe coil twoenaucghts smakce uesdaay, JAarcht 27
I00. 1.__E.__D,_,.. HON...
threws e slnt rcotest THE AL. G. FIELD i H M . . - N
day evening to decide aupon tepresenta- Greater Minstrels
tosfrtedebate withh the Soerska Cnrsmnfo isui
University owhich takes ptacetinbMay. ________________Cnrsmnfo isui
Intense rivalry exiotedi betweeni the vie ta ree t it nin thr World. _
different classos over the pretisittary
contest and while the judges wore out Prcs - 2509,r50, 75, $1.00. Subject: "'PICTURESQUE PUBLIC MEN."
the law studenlts and acaedemic classes
came together in frost of the rostrum WED)NESDAy, MARICH J8-Otis
and a rush ensued. Furniture was Skinneir itt "Thte Liars." SATURDAY, MARCH 3!i.
smashed and several students had - -- ----
their clothes torn ts ribbos bitt none JOHN F. R5IKEEt. DEWIT ALLEN,
223 Se. Ingalls It. 720S. 12th 1,. r /' rr, ^r. \,e"
were seriously injured. (INs Stat eeonea436. New State Phoe 1903-cr ____ ______ __ - --______

The receipts frotm the Nstre Dame
indoor meeot last Saturdsy night were
$281.21. which is the largest amount
ever received at either an indoor or a
field meet in Ann Arbsr. This shows a
greatly increased interest in track
athletics this year and augurs -well toe
a sucessfuatl sesona out-of-doors ti

The
Campus .Pr oro~rap~rs
Haeeafulltine of U.oaIM. and Ann Altar
Vies. Make a atpeialty of Studeets' Rooss
end Flashligtht W~ork, tatasnablepritee.

"-EAD3QUfOIFRS FOR
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases
levery Dtescription. TRUNK ANT) VALISE REPAIRING at Lowest Prices.
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.

spring.

Edwards Bess. and Shelter'sBoostore. 307 SouthMai1Ste .A
POCKET SCISSORS FOR 25C AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

kNTON TEUPEL.

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