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May 14, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-05-14

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THE UNIVE~biI Uf MICEIGAN DAILY

* being thse second to admtit wotoen. Yet
attltttat swatsnecessary thtat a woman
, tl t enter anty cottege stas to obtaitn Cie coos-
senl-t of ttte colege boaret. In 0849 wttett
Pubirshed Datty (Sunatssexepeted)t detag the Elizabett Blackelenettered the tmedical;
Cottege year, at cepeynttoent of a NetwYortk college,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ttottett ontthte street pottlesi their shirts
tsitte itt potssitng tttat tttey ttigtnoot be-
Or~pecat The Intand Press, Hennitng Btock, e ternaosaetbyettttsil ir
BohPhne-i.Notw there are 700 itotttett phtysicittsitt
MANxAGING EDITORS. Rutssia anod 25,000 ttatse grtadusatedt iostsis
coutttryatoooe. "Had Elizabetht Btack-
F. ENEHARDeo, '01 L. s elltee'coeotpelee)to astteco'tset
BUSINESS MANAGER. aotsnnAnrsor," OMrs. Catt cotncludted, "see
.H.HN,'0Lshudhvtc)wmnhyiinye.EDtITORS. 'A feo iteels ago StissAnothonsy ttttd
ATHLE'TCS, . . G. D. H eaceen, '00 B. Ars. Ctttt scere viisitng its Washsingtton
T. H. Waoneoe, si0 a. A. H. Nit~oUeoLL, on BEttttsd scre ittsitest to tittter inthie sentsotr-
J. B. Wane, '00, 50. tO. lICEYc,'0COM, i tciatsttttng roott. Senttto r tt-tooot, intthie
L. J. MIONaOEnRe, 'tO, R.H. JERNEGAN,1'tO tors efa ottverstiotn withithemtt,
'WA. K2sIGTta'OTtL. V.0T. EBAoS.'03a. said:t"IetottCkowosabooot tis sworman's
Mies LILLIANK. tactoIt '00. suttttato.5I ws almtost cotnsertedt ottce.
- I. ts (,o%.ssopisc I of Wtyottittg totlotte of
a otnnott CSthtere tht th tey tapptoiedl
justicetoss f thtettettee. 'The first tmtst
bttro'sgtebeltsoreeswashtetoinChsbandtt
cihargoedsthotdrunksiennoess ansd shesentoo
Women ISulifrage Convention. himtip."so
Ms>SVootees of te W. C. T1. U.
'Te closinog exercises of teequsito ave atshC>ort e ialksafter sohics Resv.'stns
stuffragists conslerenoceswore teld Sttot- 'Shawssconssucedesa squestison oxo'. tier
clay eveoning at 'Nessoery hlsl. 'fle aswrs, > astde frosts beintg extremeytotg-
meetigs hsor esec tslsesresingo'nsoil -seat, ttetcseasoonedsitsoisiadity lhumosr
ittsistie althougon se omisfortiunocasswhichstoorestallecd oiltooottyest
encoicnterdintooeiscloss ofa leadingsole-i 1 Shse sits site toasdoenswssed to see
gae siMisfistsarset Mai AlSills, wh os s ry Slit WLlSnsittos hle bceauoiftolNoe
_ sddsenly sossstotled ihomoe ibythe ii I situdtooitiersan'tooChat seI asgreatly
iht sotes faters d ing. ileassidtsoCreceiv e tommntion otut nst
Fr idtsle 'isiting la'test'stesnsed sloe te sffragequsisetison srootstes.''Boo,'
e'oer cites aithes 14Barbo or gsmsso sondsoi Slu awsitdtt led itso thsle silliest,.
the5Oct55 a hydervdtlesl ot wsit'-totwsashtige's r'ittsrse's'-I
ofiosppeto"witsos ysteothest tethioniswrte.taste:isDearsI isis 'Cic is'-Dor
iiieeptassel ottn attda5.ft-ssit
sST CetoicClotridyatsrsos ~s o Wa.; d_ n ttte iiieta li 5 tti ter sf
sit Cies.CCittrie Chapman Cattslo rsidetI i,>Shawi e itsis ttht lush CmImtests.
byA~ssShwwh gveagetter> l ds- Senior Class Meeting.
es,>>sion ofte cous i It]55oaCgs uriC L he pst_ ed Cli
hoSaturdas siterss ootite exereise;>wer i.; s. w s. l 4 5ir t . il
conuctd y AmsMar I~i} i tl 1'1) 1, hlditstitaf~tteooniatis'slt'cs.
te llethisest celicIlists> c ' fctthtSauts ts hisoisurws d ie
Ptal hor.fseealcCnsvz:Pof. Tiy-

~Sprintin~g Shoes, lop Notcners at $248~
2 ~SPECIAL,.
I Bicycle Shoes, Solid Colors and Combinations,
S$1.25 to $2.48-. Best wearing Shoes made.
+
GLASS'S SHOE STORE, 109 Main St. Z
+ First-Class Repair Work. Open Evenings.

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Those new Spring Suits
at the
New Clothing Store,
are going fant. Had yon not better select
yours swhile the assortmaeni is large.
W~e have the icest assortmenti of
Newc Spring Clotinog in all wvool
W'sorsteds, Cheviots, Oxford
Greys, Vicunas, etc., thai have
ever heeo thoscn in the city. We
shall he glad Co showe theomto
you wvhether yost hoy or not.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER &AWUERTH,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
211 S. Main St.

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o l ii 5 * lac set I riiies (sIt str thecO
of clot toss1 series, stunC6 oes too o ses itln
sister 1placetCofrests iseiiwihicwee, s C~sloe
existessed t, C.cot-ersin"g te trackssof
shtole ryrest isosti lotied itesite silic'
tesspt thlosfasnoily io asoans'oi s
bsensdilnitsismoey llegsitsmtlyisN
Y.., iwoa ise tre' Isioels iddfr woot-
iggirls caroing $2 sand $4 per seeck.
'f'he 'r easecorporaos w serests> per-
oiniesdso force stasrvtono wagtsi uponi
ov'erhusrdlenoedtpeetsopl l an swstchsteeub1-
tie assist iso the suppsiors sittheir lire.
Sirs. rkerclasred ese olisrsod cif
AA rbo orot wooecor ss'hle stndtakentio
too regsardstsooanual traininog iso sle tool-
lic shools In losingg slie stood:"
COm lifst corninOg to tsl oi01CCwhlere I
consideiet sa ciesosuppooiort those inssil-
tuoso whslose cootset should be soots-
tooessesi Letous>relegate vilee to cise
prope ot uhoitieostnd let tbeststakse
core otfitihoce'toeit1.
SiLis sahIcud Seneolgave asolsilt
solo 0f0oCCCotvsitesriao Rstsica,os after
whsc Mrsoso. Cattasitortode.
It is only necessary to sear irs. Cost
to realize swiat a iposrer sitesolost ho.st
the heaod of the notional instsiutiono. A5
womanoo of pleasiong address, gifted stll
a swonderful comnsootd of language cnd
a seen seosse of hotumor, site is a sott
itoerestiongswomsatn.
Her opening renmarks swerc tonotahle
caousewicholotaskettsle wsomoeon of te
United States fromotinog-at tecisol-
cality of tse cotostituoiloon, whicshosmet
only can chaonge. Sloe vividly described
the old properly laws of Newv Yorks by
wicih a swomtan cotld sot claimn""her
false teeth or ocr engagenment ritog." At
last there caorse a wcomtan o Nesw York,
on exile front Poland, and site atenmpted
for the first Cline to change thete laws.
Only five people in the stiate of Newc
York wcere fonnd to sign her petition.
Btthlere wsa a naionthe legislatuore
whto had a nmuch laced daughtler. She
lad nmarried an ioncapable mno and the
father saw that after his death, the
daughter would be left unprocided for,
nnless the laws were cltanged. IC wat
he who wcorked anmong tenmenmhers of
the legislatnre and at last sncceeded in
bringing abouot tefortunate resul.Ms.atsy h a l el.iste
five colleges which claims the 'honor of

lo'' 'l'stri~i psthloi, lt'lespe
Ia t ste \l'sa' ittS gymtite Sotoiosot'
ins tresslih whichoi s 1C titl )eiu ttiseir oil
1 In ~hil ll ix-near ten tsreiter sest-i
7,11s it e t i li s". teo 505be e mose 'll-
porteanst one 01fte sets. Tuetorio>
s aidslisg rcommittee s aeto rporC toe,te
sos xis to bite ie oi sindte iemt-
oria isto b deidedupoisoFo's'otcit-
ber lst' e toots cla~s slo pietni;cosesCSI
lientilfy i'ms selfor betrseif sooswithte cliss
osranizatssionshsouldsel ipr~eset.
+3 Monte CristoaCioass - f e0c.+.
+ La 'Prefereneoa, " f-loe
King Albert " i on
+ General Merero listo
+ Chancellor " '- -foec
(ireint'Seal '0 - -IJo
SRoyal Banner - - Jo~
+3 Powell, Snmith & Co.'s Peofeetos ion
+Sal Smith Russell Cigars - if0c
SSanchez I& Haysa ' - n10c
++ STAEBLER & CO. ++
+ 301 S. Male St., cor'. Liberty.
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ATHENS THEATRE
Watchi this space for ansnounce-
Insent of coming attractionis.
Typewriter Copying
Only Ikec per 100 Words.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
707 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MINSTRELS
ATHENS
THEATRE
"TONIGHT
ARISTS
t-J Blackface
Dispensing. ..
Fr a~ffntellectuoal Jok es
Sensational Songs ane
Thrilling; Dances.
Priesc tes, 0,, asnd$1.00
SeCot at hC ieehansunio;Oth 0
o'loto histeveaing
THE COLLEGE THEATRICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON

GAS AND ELECTIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADESET
A SPECIALTY. SANIiTARYT PLUM~BING, STEAM ANDH HOT WATER HiEATINGO.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
those J4ew,.... d
You see out every day come from
M 0LTME' LIVERY
Phone 106. 51.5 E. Liberty Street

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[WAHR'S SPECIAL $3.00 SHOE The Latest ClorSAuObIDW
JON4AH THE SHOE MAN k
JOHN AHIM218 SOUTH MAIN

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SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNI'VES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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