THE U. OF M. DAILY.
GLOVE SALE! GLOVE SALE
SThe proprietor graduated In '84 and
the prescription clerk in '90. They Another lot of those Street Gloves received, sold everywhere for $1.5 your chice this week
Shave lea-ned their business by hard for $1.25, all shades and sizes.
I study, What they buow is at your CHOICE OF ANY HAT IN OUR WINDOW, $1.00.
disposal at YBO PISH W MATTESON THE OUTFITTERS,
Calkins' Pharmacy- , .
~I\/ ~[ & WEW]~_/,-E
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 USuAtL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.
SECOND HAND BOOKS BOUGHT OR EXCHAtGED.
C.A.IDS 1L't3 VTA VUBJ =NI3 ZTESWED 3RSW S SrEY'JS.
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 ands
The Simplex Printer.
A new invention for duplicating copies of
writings and drawings.
Does ot char the wick. Does not smoke climneys.
Has no bad odor. Gives a pure white light.
Has never been in barrels' Is as white as distilled water.
It is prure carbogi. Gives light without smoke oror.n
Delivered lromptly. Sold only by Dears & Co.
Wilt meet ray price made on oil.
41 South Main Streeti.DE N & C PA Y
44setAnn Arbor, Mich. DEAN & COMPANY.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Subscribers to the football fund
The Castalian board will meet are requested to pay up their sub-
scriptions at once. The association
this evening at 9 o'clock. is in need of money. The sub-
Rev. Elliott will speak tonight in.
scription may be paid during chapel
Newberry hall, on "Why I am a time in the Stevard's ofdlcr to S.
From an original, an ordinary payee with
any pen, 105 copies can e mode. Fifty
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes.
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which is way below cost of
manufacture. The Printer is new
and can be seen at the office and
trie d . s
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
In connectiftiuFine Shower Baths.new por-
celan tubs. < baths for $500. Ladies' Hair
Dressing Parlor upstairs.
J. R. TROiAmowsr, I0 E. Washington St.
PATRONI'.E OWEN'S BARBER SHOP
No. 04East Huron Street.
FIRST IN ATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transacts a general ba king business. For-
eign exehanrge bought and sold. Letters of
credit proured gee travelers abroad.
P. BA H, Pros. S. W.CL 4IKSON, Cashier.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERVISs, - Manager.
John Temple Graves was enter-
tained by the Kappa Sigma fra-
ternity while in the city.
Revival meetings will be con-
ducted at the Methodist church
next week, beginning on Sunday
evening and continuing every even-
ing of tlhe week, except Saturday.
Some of the graduate students
are discussing the advisability of an
association of graduate students.
The matter of organization will
probably be brought up at the re-
ception Friday evening.
The law committee on Washing-
ton's birthday has appointed a sub-
committee to visit Detroit and se-
cure the influence of Senator Mc-
Millan, Gen. Alger, Hon. T. W.
Palmer, and Mayor Pingree.
The Philosophical society will
meet Thursday evening at 7:45,
sharp. Louis A. Strauss will read a
paper on "Egoism and Altruism."
The place of meeting is Room 21,
and all are invited to attend.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra-
ternity has donated a tennis court
to the Athletic association. This
will be put in at the Athletic field,
and can be used for contests with
outside players, to which it is de-
sired to charge admission.
C. Spitzer, Financial Secretary.
It is somewhat doubtful if ex-
President Harrison can be secured
for Febuary 22, as he will begin his
lectures at Leland Stanford, Jr.,
university the first of February, but
the committee is diligently at work,
determined to make the occasion
equal, if possible, to that of 'gz,
when President Cleveland was the
Mr. Herbert L. Rice, formerly
with '92, having taken his degree
B. S. in the Columbia university, of
of Washington, D. C., has been ap-
pointed instructor of Astronomy in
that institution for the coming year.
Mr. Rice also holds his government
position in the Nautical Almanac
and has recently received an honor-
able and lucrative promotion in that
onWM- R. FUL DE,:-
FIRST~ CLASS T'ALOR,
William Street, First door West of State Street.
U. O F M. FLAGS.
Sering Silver, enamelled in
- ye'llowc anrd blue, slick its
or catei pis. Price, $150.
1W'Z. ARNOLD, .Teccer.
FLOVWIERS, F OW ES
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.26S
O'Og evns-irsr Aic ever iy.tp e
COUSIS W A iL ori i Telephone .i1.
iheJiers' arid c11a ric&'3apt
Capital, $50,s. Surpss and Profs $17,000.
Ooes a general baninlbusiness. Pays inter-
est on svings eposits. lias Safety
it. KE PFF, 'is. . H. BIELSERd, cashier.
lBank open Saturday evening.
STRA16 ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are will-
ing so pay a little morn than the price
charged ion the ordinaryltrde Cigarette,
willind THIS BRAND superior toallothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.I
are made from the brightest, most delicate
in flavor, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name of the manufacturersas
below is on every package.
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p1 "BANCH Z, i 1iM0NDJQIgoNlA
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Members of the class of '93 who
have returned to college are work- The L eadin
ing together with their usual classseTy e a n o
spirit. They are planning now to -mtoT AJL OR
give a class banquet, and will meet
this evening at 7 o'clock in Room 9
to consider the advisability of this Has the newest Fall and whiter Woolens and
y hi, largest stock in the city. You can get any
and to make arrangements. All selection you are looking for.
graduates of '93 and those who were COME AND SEE US.
formerly members of the class are
invited to be present. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.