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January 15, 1901 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-15

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THE [UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

r fhe se t sale of "Princess Chic"
U +4 .* ti n opnod yestrdy morning at 9 o'clock
o ~ Last eening at 6 Manager Seabolt was
Published Daily (Mondays excepted)durislg wearing an r nusualy happy smile, for
Cllegevear. at he announced the largest advance sale
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN of the season. A few good seats re.
MAsN OFICa BRANCK OFICE main and can e ecured today. The
Argus Blag, Alan St. 336 S. State Street company will play to a packed house
Bth 'Phones 13. Newc Stat 'Phoec 12. tonight, as It deserves to do.
MANAGING EDITOR,
0. H. HANS '01 a \r
BUSINESS MANAGER,
F. ENGELIAD, '1 L-
EDITORS:
ATHETKICS, - G. p iDT'1EA..COGLOE P..KIH c, '51
Miss L, . SAsuse '3 Ceos.. uveAKn .5l
H. H. WOsnssw,'04 W. . CHANEv, '1 L
W. A. BENSCoT~E, '03 E. 1. HSONrs103 ,.
As yet no public announcement has
been made to the cffect that a Wash
ington Birthday speaker has beens--
Cured, In fact several days ago the _
law conmmittee seemed lbusy groping 7
about in the hople of securing some
prominent pu~blic man to talk to them
ive weeks hence. 'We wish to cast n
reflections on the cotnmittee ad i
work. They are doinig and:l have done .
all that could be extected of anyoe
itn the limited time that has been: give
thenm. Tile Daily predicted last fall "
the very thing that is :ow happening, Ciaovtd"UePics hc
grasp the kda situation:he1and appointcs theirtie est comc opea sects there it:
comnt:ittee at once to work ahlead oyas To epint te going accounts
th~e celebrationoia year fro::: :ow. At ot51:- great hit made tee by the
that timne the suggestion: of tle Daily star, Mtargerita Sylva, the idividual
nay ha:vc seemed mere talk to tiem n orthiess of ;er supporting oi-
buaf tile:. have cold facts to gate at lplly, lie beauty of te rodtction ad
:now. We', claim:ed th~etn and we claim the tn:efuless of te music, woult te.
sill tlat 110 man of gr(at prom~in:ence quire colt::n:: of space. Th'le critic of
cn: be obtained to deliver a:: address the Chicago Inter-Ocean: had some nic
here if itvifed o:: short notice. Ptubr tilings to say, of wic: te following is
lic en :eare not loaded cow:: with sparea bisusedoata tecotmigo
timne and they mtust be elisted far in Iiselo ththectungf
advnce I th juio clssprefer-s:an:oerotic prodution: is of such a n-
wom to:plif i the ll ppo155 it re tatf it incites an audience to ap
comite no w.0olTcsniwiloroitte ill :::s but this was the case several
nay be fortunate in findin:g its speake ims ast eve'niasgpr enThda le lratod
at this late day, and we sincerely hope esCi'wspeetda h rn
th~at it will. But th~e experietnee of Opea Hose.
years has indicated flat theoc ommitte .oane"end atost so ftoroughly e estibapld
alvays finds itself tied :up 011 oeountvoalgietonoprhrefrsm
of titoecand must, as a last resortvcll vtitme.oea lrefr oa
brinog faculty inflecto bar, ad Thems noatietin bu
in this way fially procure a speake:.┬░Trhe Ptinoss ttrcive thtili bou
"A stitch it: timenavenne" withou~ltlhe sligtst trace of vl
gaity."
Calendar Toigtt tfieeAtltc:s.
Mo::d:y, Tuesda:y and: Wednesday, STUDENTS NOTICE!
Jan. 14, 13 an:d 16, at 4:30 p. i., in Te best laundry is te Toledo Laun-
roomn A, Chemical building, Prof. A. dry. 'fy if. Work called for and de
1. Sabin, special lectures on: "Paits lireod Leave your order at 121 S.
anod Other Protective Coverigs. Main S.
Th~ursday, Jao. 17-Webster ocity
Batnquet, Elks Hall, on Washlington: st.__________
Jan. 17, 2 p . n,-Lecture on:"Some Waterman or Laughlin Fountain
P'rinciples of TLeaching" Toapan Hall, Pens, $1 each, at Schaller's ookstore.
by Prof. A. S. Whitn:ey.
Jan. 11, 0 p. II:0)::o1 (Goermnt The finest monograph and other Uni-
Club. Pres. Sanmuel liollpers of Amenr- versity fancy letter paper and pads In
c.at: Federation: of tLabor will speak on the city. All styles. Sballeo's Book-
"Tlhe ough: Itt Enn:oblitng Struggle store, 116 S5o. Main t.
of Labor,"_^
Spirhg Quartet a::d Wm. A. How- Chfdoeved
land.. < I'Expsition Universelle
Ja:. 2-Rev. Newell D'wigt illis By
ino S. L. A. Course. W~OSgiadCape
Jan. 19-Junior Class Social ino Bar- WDDRES , 3Saglin SAnd EhanREEe
borGyn. AThe is, 053 o thsTATk eSTEedt
hourrThe Puihersnd oftsMedattek arecieias
LawSocetes let Oficrs positiofor ts excellnce All works sold on
At their last regular netings, the Redmond, Kerr & CGo,
two law societies-Webster and Jeffer- BANKERS
soian-elected new officers. 41 Wal Street, Nw York
The elections resulted as follows:
Webster-President, L. . Seigs; Trassact a eneral banig business.
vice-president, Geo. E. Cryr; sere- Receive deposts subet to draft. Dividends
tor'y, .B. Pickard; treasurer, L. A. Fada Ints olecn teda em itt eAcfa
Rowlnd; rltc, E D.Perr; srgeat-Fitsea reAent fr and neagaotiateeIsse.
at-arSt. E. Mygatt. ecrItIes bought and sold on commission.
Jeffersonian-,-I'resldenlt, . W. tlus- MmesNwYr shne
+-. ,n..Tih.aid..S . - APrry: Rec. .u.T

REV.
Newell D. Hillis
In S. L. A. Course
Tuesdaqy,J an. 29

SO ROSIS
THE Are popular in....
NEW Europe as well as....-
SHOE America, and csan he.
purchased at the...
FOR best shoe store in..-
WOMEN every city....
Geo. H. .Miller,
212 S. Main St.

We have just recieved our fall
and winter stock of
FANCY OVALS,
FANCY CIRCLES,
ORNAMENTAL FRArIE.S
AND;
PICTURE MOULDINGS
of every description--Come in anti
tee them.
DEFRIES' ART STORE,
217 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBOR

A THENSHAR T UESDAY EVE.
/ l H A R January 15
rt The MARCGUERITA SYLVA cm, Te M
COI'IIC OPERA COMPANY
Ii ~ In Kirke LaShselle's Elaborate $25,000 Pouto
N ,THE KIRKE LaSHELLE ~
.. ;" Music by.
- .I% ULIAN EDWARDSPRNC S
PRN E S c:tion of Coi
- CHICCHIC" JOHN P. SLOCUM
" ARGUEITA SLVA, he Rigning Beauty ofCoi
Opera, supported by Joseph C.MionWalter A. Lawrence,Wis-
" ? feld Blake, Frederick ltno,,kts, Thos. Leary, Neil McNeil, Ma1t-
hilde Previllec Agnss Paul aind
1 AN ENSEMBLE OF 6o VOICES
FOUR STERLING COMEDIANS. AUGMENTEDW
ORCHESTRA.
A FORTUNE IN COSTUMES AND SCENERY
PRICES - - 509 75c, $1.009 $1.50O"
' " :Seat Sole, Moday, January 14, 9a. m. Free list limited to press-
EVERYTHING NEW EXCEPT THE NAME
AT-
ROSEY'S'
BILLIARD PARLORS
HIGH GRADE CIGARS, TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
} E ID AND sUCCESORS 21)SOUTH
*REYNO0LDS ROSENTEALEE R TREET
SANITARY PLUMBING.
is FSCHUH ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLIES,
I STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
20 .Washington Street. ATSICGSAND EGCRCITES. S
We are headquarters for every thingin the line" of furnishings for
students' rooms,
LAMPS, OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SHADES'
WASTE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
Our. Prices You Will .Always Find the Lowest.-
" ~ MARKHA %M S'.'BAZAAR

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