Miss Aliiie Szold, danghter of Joseph zolcl, of Peoría, 111., died Friday, Nov. , of typhoid malaria after a sevei-e illéss of several weeks. Miss Szold was raduated from the Cniversity of Miohgnn vvith the class of 1892. She was pornineut in college ciroles nd a zealons worker in the Flower Vlissiou aud Wornen's League. Of the ormer she was the first president. She vus a youiíg woitiau of more than oriuary ability in tnany ways and won uany frieuds. Her enthnsiasm found ts field of work in the line of art aud after stndying one year in New York, he went to Paris, where she spent the wo yars, returniug home last Tune for a visit. She fully expected to return to Paris this autumn for an inleflnite period to pnrsue her life work. 3er suoness seemed assured since her pictures had sold well and she had been enaged in illustrating several literary Works. Her many friends in Anu Arbor, both studeuts and citizens, are greatly pained at her sudden and unexpected death. All deeply sympathize with her bereaved parents and friends at her home.