THE U. OF M. DAILY.
ITihe proprietor graduated in '84 anti
the prescription clerk in '90. They
have lea-ned their business by hard
I study, What they know is at your
di ns at
SEE THOSE TIES FOR $1.oo, Never before offered for such money.
Geto Pair of those Street Gloves for $1.25 worth $t.p7.
Hats iri the Latest Blocks from $3.50 up. YOUMIA.N'S are the Best,
S BOWTDISH W MATTESON, THE OUTFITTERS, 828.STATE.
JEOOI~E & w~rE'mo~' RE,
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 ROOKS BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED.
CARSI ENGIEAV X17 =N T ITROE -EEST 'SWTY~T.,ES.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers, 25e
Sweaters and Gymnasium Suits,
Visiting Cards engraved on short notice.
University Booksellers, Stationers ani
The Simplex Printer.
A new invention for duplicating copies of
writings and drawings.
cOIL- cO .- cxzr.-
Does not char the wick. Does iot ssstoke cimeys
Has no bad odor. Gives a pure cscite light.
Has never been in barrels- Is as white as distilled water.
It is pure carbon. Gives light without smoke or odor.
Delivered prosptly. Sold only by Dean & Co.
Wit meet any price maae sn oil
44 South Main Street. DEAN & COMPANY
Ann Arbor, Mich.
From an original, an ordinary paper with
any pen, ioo copies can be made. Fifty
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes.
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which in way beiow cont of
manufacture. The Princer is new
end can be seen at the office and
O. K. BARBER SHOP.
K-In connection: ine Shower Baths. newpor-
eelain tuCbs. td baths for $5.00. Ladies' Hair
Dressing Parlor upstairs.
J. 1 T. ssoJANowsci, 15 '. Washington St.
PATRONIZE OWEN'S BARI5ER SHOP,
No. 4 East Huron Street.
FIRST N ATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Trensacts a generalbanking businsis.For-
eign eschainge bought anednold. Letters of
credit proured tor craveles abroad.
P. BA CH, Pros. S. W. CLARKSON, danhier.
TITJ JL)RINRNDRY eO6
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERvIss, - Manager.
Game begins at 2:30 sharp.
Prof. Griffin lectures on Monday.
Prof. dePont will bolt all classes
'95 football team played '97, on
the campus, this morning.
All who took the examination in
Partnership Nov. rr, passed.
The Varsity had their pictures
taken this morning on the campus.
Warren Travis, '96 lit who injured
his foot at football some time back
is out again.
A petition for the use of the gym-
nasium for the junior hop was pre.
sented by the junior class to the
board of regents yesterday.
All one year men in Domestic
Relations, under Prof. Mechem,
will have a chance to pass in that
subject Saturday, Nov. 26, at 9 a.
Rev. H. L. Willett, of the Church
of Christ, will deliver the third of
his series of sermons on the IChurch
and Young Men" tomorrow even-
Rev.Grindall Reynolds, of Boston,
one of the leading clergymen of
the Unitarian body, will preach at
the Unitarian church in Ann Arbor
tomorrow morning and evening.
Football enthusiasm runs high at
Wisconsin. After the game with
Purdue, the students carried the
men off the field on their shoulders.
Let us show our appreciation in like'
manner when opportunity offers.
Dr. Carrow will address the Young
Peoples' Vespers tomorrow evening
at 6:45, in St. Andrew's chapel.
At the services in the church im-
mediately following, Rev. E. 1.
Duff will deliver the second of his
talks on "'The Gospel in Its Early
Years." Subject, "Clement of Rome
and Ignatius in the Imperial Perse-
The following unique poster was
on the bulletin board in the main
hall yesterday: '94 Civil vs. '94
Mech. Foot Ball-Foot Ball-Foot
Ball. Everybody come! ! ! Seniors,
Coeds, Fresh, Laws, High School,
Kindergartens and Faculty. Medics
and Undertakers strictly forbidden
on the grounds. Athletic Field,
Saturdayat ioa. m.
Mr. Frank L. Fowler, law '90,
has formed a partnership with Thos.
E. Smurthwaite at Manistee. Mich.,
under the firm name of Smurth-
waite & Fowler. Mr. Smurthwaite
is one of the most prominent law-
yers in Northern Michigan, and is
at present prosecuting attorney of
Manisteee county, which position he
has held for three terms.
A meeting of the freshman medi-
cal class was held this a. m. R.
N. Gorden was chosen chairman and
:WM. R. FU L DE,:u
1HIR1ST CXASS TAILO.0R,
Wilit e trFr tdoori WrttofSt treet.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterling Silver, enamelled in
yelow and blue, stick pr
or catch pin. Price, $L50.
WX. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
ffLOVIERS, F- OW RS
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.
COUSINS H& , I4L rl ts S. tua iv. e.
IcTejfntlers' ndrxj nteuis' 3annh
Capital, $0,000. Surplus and Profits $y7,000.
Does a geeral banking busineer. Pays inter-
et on Snvinrgs Deposits. lion Safty
teposit Boxes for restt.
11. K EIPF, Pres. F. H. 1EISER, Cashier.
Bank open saturday evening.
ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS whoare will-
ing to pay a little more than the price
bhargedfo uth e ordinary tradeC0gareties,
wilt fiad THIS BRAND superior to atlotbers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
are made rom the brightest, most delicate
in flvor, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name of the manufacturers as
below is on every package.
To U 'x& G fk , ERICf A - C
A BAue CH , R1CfMot4DV1PfiNt
O. H. Freeland secretary. A com-
mittee,consisting of Messrs.Rooney,
Smith, Fisher, Kingsley and Misses Hargest stock in te city. You ce net any
Young and Smerley, was appointed selectioneyou are looking for.
to draw up a constitution* The COME AND SEE US.
regular election will be held next
week, and a lively time is expected. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.