THE U. OFM. DAILY.
CALKINS' 11c SEE THOSE TIES FOR $1.oo, Never before offered for such money.
MX PE RPHOUNT Get a Pair of those Street Gloves for $1.25 worth..75.
40c PER POUND.
Hats in the Latest Blocks from $3.50 up. YOUMANS are the Best.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th.
I Not sre than pound to a prson I ff - at his rte. W want ourtotry tem. B
atTts t a t BOTI)IHi A THE OUTFITTERS , .,.LL.
NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Have a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
THE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.
SECOND HAND BOOKS BOUGHT OR EXCIAIGED.
O. =7 GALED VED INY TKO2 E' tIYLE
SHEEHAN & Co.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers, 25c
Sweaters and Gymnasium Suits.
Visiting Cards engraved on short notice.
University Booksellers, Stationers and
The Simplex Printer.
)es iot chat the wick. Does not smoke chimneys.
Has no bad odor. Gives a pure white light.
Hasnever beenin barrels- Is as w ite as distilled wateir.
It is pure carbon. Gives li ht without smoke or odor.
Delivered promptly. old onty by Dean & Co.
Will meet any price made on oil.
44 South Main Street. DEAN & COMPANY
Ann Arbor, Mich. DC
AllIlfe is Wingedin deepest goom,
To dance and sing is wicked here,
For songs shall vanish in the tomb,
And "hops ' all vanish in the bier'
-The Columbia Spectator.
Miss Washington, medic '96, is
attending school in Washington, D.
A new invention for duplicating copiel of
writings and drawings. employed at the World's Fair is in
From an original, an ordinary paper with
any pen, ioo copies can be made. Fity
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes, Send for circulars and sam-
ples of work. AGENTS WANTED.
LAWTON & CO.,
22 Vesey St.,New York.
O. K. BARBER SHOP.
In connection .Fine Shower Baths. new por-
celain trtubsi. mlt $sior5.00. Ladies' Hair
D~ressing Parlor uipseairs.
J. R. TRoJANOWSK, 30 E. Washington St.
PATRONIZE OWEN'S BARBER SHOJ,
P No. a nEat sluron Street.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
:OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transaets ageneral banking iuniness. tor-
eign exchanevbought and sold. Letters of
credit procured for travelers abroad.
P. BACH, Pres. S. W. CL ARKSON, Cashier.
ATEIJM LJUNDRY 604*
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERVIss, - Manager.
Prof. Trueblood says that John
Temple Graves is the most elequent
orator in America.
The University Prohibition club
will meet Friday evening Nov. 12,
in the law lecture room.
The meeting at Unity club next
Monday evening, will take the form
of a social, all are cordially invited.
The students' directory, being
published by O. E. Scott, of the
senior law class, will be ready for
free distribution Thursday.
Wrinkle promises something novel
and exciting for the Thanksgiving
number. It will be printed in
colors and contain twenty pages.
The athletic association was pres-
ent at the T. & A. station this noon
when the football team returned
from the south, and gave the boys a
The young men of the Unitarian
church here formed a Young Men's
Liberal Guild, and all students in
sympathy with such a movement
are invited to join.
P. S. Houghton, pharmic '79, has
a flourishing business at Galesburg,
Hon. Frederick Douglas, who was
called to Ann Arbor on account of
his grand-daughter's death, left for
Chicago last night.
Class football managers are all
busy getting their teams ready for
the inter-class games. All players
are expected to appear on the cam-
pus every afternoon.
Collegiate Sorosis, founded at the
University of Michigan in 1886 as
a collegiate branch of New York
Sorosis, from whom she holds her
charter, has filed articles of Incor-
poration, under the laws of the
State of Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Staebler and
family wish it stated that they fecl
very grateful to the members of the
freshman dental class for their kind
action taken in regard to the death
of Mr. Mark Staebler, a member of
the class, who died last Thursday.
Something foreign to the ordinary
routine will be done by the D. A.
C. directors at their regular month-
ly meeting. One of the directors
will offer a resolution which, in sub-
stance will mean the withdrawl of
the D. A. C. from the A. A. U.
There will probably be a goodly
sized row, but the feeling against
the Sullivan-Curtis organization is
pretty strong in the club, and the
clances for the adoption of the
resolution are bright.
@:WM. R. FULDE,:-
FIRST CLASS TAILOR,
William Street,Firstdoor WestofState Street.
f U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterling Silver, enamelled in
yellow and blue, stick pin
or catch pin. Price, $1.50.
WF. ARNOLD, .Jeeler.
ffLOWERS, Ff2 OWERS
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.11S
YOU t & W ALL. ~r l.Telephon .I15.
iI~hJ~amer' 'itjecanzcs' 3nh
Capital, &55,050. Ssrpluis and Profils $/,000.
Does a general banking.businees. Pays inter-
eet on Savings Deposits. Has Safety
Deposit Boxrs for ret.
RI. KEMSPF.Pt-Pes. F. H. BELSER, Caishier.
Bunt open hatrdayeve-ning.
RiCMov. .t 6a T-
!~TRM n ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are will-
ing to pay a little mre tan the price
ehare furte orinary tradv Cigarettes,
will find THIS BRAND superlor toaliothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No1I
aremade Iromthe brightest, most delicate
inflaver, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grswn in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name of the manufacturers as
below is on every package.
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N BRANC" .5leeKMOM NDV1ANA
mom +,TAI LO0R
Hs she newest F'all and W~iter Woslens and
iargsnstoc kin the city. You can get any
selection you are iooking for.
COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.