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January 11, 1901 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-11

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z ~THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,
Ija DebaJe-"~Resolvd' that labor diff- Kw. O S IN
________________ culties slould be settled by arbitra- . The "100' $3.00 Shoe is the shoe
culse Diy(onaysexteat seng ts." Negrative Ficlsaberg nMorese.to wear when the weather is ucer-
4 Coleg Yer, a so. Ngatie, ebaerg,-Mose.taln. A little rain doesn't hurt it
THE UNIVERSITY O[ MICBIGAN sibyl. speiss whle it affods plenty of comfort on
as~0m oos0sa Imprompttmspeches the warmest of days.
MIOFIE BRNHFFC UlArs Bldg, Mast St 36S tate Stret pinOBin But of course we havelih shoes
Both_'Phones_13._Nwstate_'Phone_182 Discussiont of some of the important for right days and heavy shoes for
MANAOING EDITOR, political canges of last centry. rainy days if you prefer.
. H HAts.'0 Msk ADELPHI.
BUSINESS MANAGER, Msc GLASS'S SHOE STORE,
F. ENOOLHn5, °01 L Debate-"Resolved'that the ship sub- \' \ 1 9So. Min Street.
EDITORS: sidy bill as presented inthte senate Ops evenings until ANN ARBOR, MICK{
would be oll uwise law." Affirmative, 8 P. M.ATLTC,- GD.HD'T,01ESok eirk Ngtvewy
ttamilton.sA
WA. BENCT ERL, '01-E. W .OO, '03 F cutttn et5at ih
MisIK ~a'3C o vs the'0 n111sfiOtSchoo o ui at iviig l SisadOecasaesta
M. O. H A nesso o wh.IHo eom- e :,a el t'03, vrysa
The 19Mb f.Thauyicncer(isea- Oreniesocmfaloerlohnet ral
ettimdthDalacallson),lgven ihn Feev Meoralhalttheuedoftiporidurin mouth oJnuypirt
evnng Mr Ichee s onetdtired bnive rti Deboo g ofpMusic lastnicng. aSutsandOvrcts at ess than
wilh thse -tismesota Daily ansd relports Conseto . 10 op 83 Mozart, for two
thsasftie tpaper, which is making is pianos, played by Ruth J. Martin and prices. Every thing new.
msaidlen effort, is hsaving a msost su- Alhert Lckwood twas a ffing ntro-
dution to tfhe conscert. They played
esslul year. We are glad to iote fhit withs great expressionthe blending of If IhIflI
fat, for it is no 5051smal eriorisr 555i the tvo pianos being terfect. -Mrs. STA LER ANDW IIRTIN
thsese sdays to1 la uscis a(,)11(,gs' daimy Alice Bsliley Riolfe as at her best.
Itofle Daily. Issosti her hearers feel as if they wer. _______________________
________ int fairyhanlsd. The last on the pro-
grastl, Msrce Militare" played by
We hope that Miclsgsn will be sis- Albierrt okwood, was so faking that AT H EN S IIT H E AT R E
restful tomnight. Her tast record is: one culd hardy hlp marcching to A i x S IF M F L
debatinog and oratory is a most envi- ismldosnoe oes o usic,
abl oor omd smold icoryrossetowhso were not presenmissed one of
abe nead hol vctrycmet ste finesf faculy comcerts ever given. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12
us the pieoofige of Michigan will be the -________W.GSITH AnFNK .PEEY IL PRET
greater. -Whatever may e ths' result oT'e regularm Saturday evenig assess:- G S1T ND F A K L P R E IL R S N
we know that our debaters rti-ilhave blessastt sotsgero's .tcailmiy will ros- VIL.LIAI'1 COLLIER
ably rps' etfd ,ichrigan ando tho n tss ime strsloe 10h flit olsgi' yeam.
Mititior anbe .lhe-NoD.SsturodatvNe'w C't'tntrrysog>rass. IN THECO tMEDY SUCCESS 01P THE CENTUIRY
tte-i(ista u e utsr ON THlEQUIET." ~0flTeQuilt
*IFrir truenaivknrwlege.I0* By AUGUSTUS THOMAS, Athor of Arizna, Alabama, Etc.C
* ill guarstntee the performance * Srn and Capable Supporting Cast.
Programs of Literary Societies * of '0mn the Quiet," by the Wil-* Artistic and Realistic Scenic Effects
h lams:Cillier Co. next Saturday* Prices - - 5oC, 75C, $.oo and $.50
night tot tot a comedy of the * Sat Sle Thursday-
'lstllfrsrysriti' olfi'terpuaryghs srdr ssocietewoies_____________of_____the_______campus_________
will ol'S their regulsar mietings this*hisolo rdserissgdithilosae wlost
week. Osinig tot theodeasie oiths Missn. h oiotsit fseigte"TUESDAY, JANUARY 15,
still le gvess Satunsday night. The* very best is:this lise that as*
'lsesfionsasrrantsged for discussions sre a ever apepared t the Athens The- * raeiaSyla i "«P N Ej C IC
live oties, an tmiierestinig meetintgs 't ttre. I wishs to stake sy reputa-
maisylie .looked for. * floss as sa theatrical mnamager on*
Tle trogasosfolos'x' DEAN M. SEABOLT,
WEHSTER. a*Itanager.
Curresnt Events-Foreign, F. z. kEERYHIN NE EXEPTTHENAM
Vickery. Domnestic,. Clsslppl. *-V RT IGNW-XETT EN M
Imnprompltts-J. A. -Manssfieldl. I'. F.-___ AT
Whitmnore, . . Seiter. Chef d'oeuvre de
General Discussisits--Hesilvt-d Iothatoito niesl
ts- integsrity of the C'hiners Empilire 'xostouv lerel
sliouldlbhrw sinistatiss-i." Qn tsbioistforos
i-oso seboate.) Waion, ag, and Ctamper
speels-A. IR. Ieynolds. ADDRtESS, 3ti 5OUT11 STATE STREET
-Msi',T e rili-ier- o (Issacwok received the
Msssis-. r.d ii-eiiidoifi'teioslotvthe Paris Ex-
lelite-'esolveil that lt-he sited position tr its ecellence. Alt warks sold on
Stoles shsol construct, owt-ntasdros- seito ny
trt',Acalin anl" fERedmond, Kerr & Co.,. BILLIARD PARLORS
tve _ .SadnEr oly ..1 I riffisnNegtive, II. L. Childs, Clin- BANKERS
loss M cvii, t. A. Downing. 41 Wall Street, New York HIGH GRADE CIGARS, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
Critic's Report-T. R. Marks.
Election of Officers. Trnsact a general atig boisese. El __AND. SUCCESSOS O T
TEFFERSONIAN. and interet collected and remitted. Act as _ OT T
CuretTojs-omsic.xfose1 Fiscal Agents eor and egtiate the issue of OL S ONTALE
Foreign, Stienlie. ~~~rairoads, street railways, gs ompanis, etc. R Y O D OETAE S R E
ForegnStieke.Securities bught and sld ao n mais isn
.peeches-Bailey, Harbaugh. Members New Tack Exchange.____________________________________
Addresses-Christensen, OW. Raiser. #F QPCUHI
Oratosso-Fike, elityre OBL INj !SANITARY PLUMBING.
Ortos-ik,-cnye lA NImpromptu Debate-Affirmative, Du- HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES. . ELECTRIC CO~STRUCTIO AND SuPLIES,
boois. Negative, Forrester. List nfesrirent ferings stac"*cpeiation, U III! STEAM AND HO WATER HEATING.
igahe-.I.Rue . PHPILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS. 207 E. Washington Sreet. ARTSSIC GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES
Johnson. L nCP. GRAHAM, KERR & CO. HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND RATES.

Genseral Debate-"Resolved that the s W.
integrity of the Chinese Enmpire should
hoe maintained." Affirmative, C. Y.
Andrews, D. Is. Johnsons. Negative, $3E ETT ETO
Critic's Report-ice. Cole. &T$0ESHOESOENAN
elections off officers. 218 S. MAIN ST.
ALPH-A NU.
Vocal solo-Mtoore.-.._ __,. .
SWEETS TO'TE SWEET. IF YOU WAN I TO- BE SWEET- SEE BROGAN ie s. MAIN4

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