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January 25, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-01-25

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
B ETT'ER STILL Her~e aTaker. All Our 'Tan .Shoe~
LOWNE S -,SUPERFINE" 55001, GLOVES and 1MITTS, O-NE-FOURTH OFF.
(2HOOIA ESKID LINED GLOVES and MITTS. ONE FOUR k'iI 011.
The Best Rubbers in towen for tihe Price
Q. -- ATT ICiE ()UTFITTItS
Calkins' Pharmacy 0WD1SE3 & WT'T S OjS
J1LOOE00 &2 "W-OErFJJ NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
U NNVTEATT 1rENrlIY ON 1 I1I.LIBEAUIF iU L AND (1-HAPli
COLU-MBIAN +. EXPOSITION ALBUMS
--- ND TI Iit LI ]"()t'1'a:l)1.I S AND 1)UiLI I'ATOII S. = _-

J1, s Wti 5. G0istnttiF,V lbtst. Grsssf
ety. Flioal dsit -5n s t a~l tpo s o
tNo. t 0st -vaoeysty teantpp. cetmetery gate'.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Ilt's tte bees st bfrIses
t Attn Ao. Mich-b. Lttit Iat oc, $50t'000. uttt5 tttls
Sat t1ins, ?150,000. Os ittt isl lttsttstlS.
aft eldi Statse.Itestin-. depsits, iney5ndintlWillsmeetnt sayl
sells: xcntieatn theOttt-itittItcities of the.
Uitedt Stites..Dtratts cansedtitan tpropsr 41 South Main Street.
nirtittinttSt.i fttydepstt sto ttretit. Ann Arbor, Mich.
OF aCES:Ch i 'i i i'e , 1P-as.; i. .1
Barmn.Vc Prs.Chs. (Isistsc, Ca-
shi .J. rizAns. asier'.UNIVERSITY NOrIES.
.1:J' "1'-- ' esaJeffersotan society tteets

wJLas
$1.50. UNPWRECEDENTED. $1.50..
riii tOF 1. 1AL
at tht (stltee ar tin $1.50
,U2$CR1BE NOW +
At D)AILY 01' ICE Ottera tltsstsaetIlls
oat STFFIAi ats Stantt.
Ladiien' Artistincltairdrnnsiag Panlnrs.
Itu clp tetdentne inithltett . Ge
r ATIONAL BAN '
(IF AkNN AIIIOB.
Cttpital, $30S00S. Surptsnd roits t, N30,000O.
Trnsacts a generalthtunktngttinsiis. Fan-
eigis eange botight antI sntd. tLetters at
cedti triittprcuerttravelers abrna.;
P.BEAtI, Pies S. NV.LAiScSO, Casiern.
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP to
And Bath Baosin W. HI. OW EN, Pit.,
NOilr 4 East >Euron St.. O~ppostite LCsurt
Httise. Hat, iCold and Sea Silt Baths. Par-
x elain tabs.
-ANN ARBOR
TK)IJA hf/llNDIR CO..
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERVISS, - Manager.

lis eetting.
Prof. Thompsson lecturas to ltst
lses toiday anid tomtorrowe.
"Today- is te birthaday of Robt.
Burnis, te fattouts Scottisitbarst.
Tlse senior uses expect 10 comtt
slaeneIlte work in wills neat weak.
L. IF. Post conclttded his lecturi
ott te "ingle 'lax Systemi," thit
mtorniitg.
L~iss Mauerhsan, 'c93 taedic, at-
tetaded clinic at tttirersity htospital
yesterday.
F. R. Buchanan, 'VI law, it
speniding a fewv cays in thte city
visiting old friends.
ID. R. Anderson, lac eg'9, is su-
perintenilent of thse Grundly County
schools, Morris, Ill.
Profs. Knowlton and }Mechiem of
thte late faculty are isi an easteri
trilp initte interests of the depart
mnit.
Wnt. IU. If berhaclt, a graduate of
pharmoacy, died at the house of hit
father on Packard street last night,
aged thirty years.
The street car hamns and all the
cars except one were destroyed by
fire last night. Compulsory peden-
trianism will now prevail.
There will he a meeting of thi
Philosophical, society in room 21
this evening at 7.45. Prof. Mead
will read a paper on "Thne Place of
'he Mysteries in Greek Civiliza.
Lion."

.:' CWWM R- FULDE,*
(Z)==- A ORI 4' (C5LASIS ' 'AIX,O1,
hottts tnl att indelitsaq. . U. OF M. FLAGS.
CGiets(tt lat e eltile GtitI.o
1s (is tt'Ii lea disilled itwet t-. - il E ~nnFle a
Sod 0thstlby Dtestt & . o it i. ttt 't t 51.5
icle madte o i l ttt,j lW i I. 11jHLD, .et?'elei,
DEAN & COMPANY. FLWRF OIR
Piresidlent Andrews, of Brown,litan O & I1 tL, ' 'ltl veteS. Vii.Ar
sdeclined to accepst the pousitioit of,
chancellor of the Chicago Univer- t I11 tIQI' f-i aitdt 'f1aiIll ith
city cith a salary off dno,oaa. . ,i $
Theses antd Practice cotirt atork Cist sta ,tett,oo a ttt It,tts tt I .ittttts $17,000t.
linementssonic of the laces regttlar iaieiiillta";.itltintttata.. Ha-s llies-
feunesof the lace library cwho It. EtINoPV tniteast-n'14.ie e,'.t a~ir
free tientanrsoinatF.ay0.vingF.rtsse
fornmerlr atptiareti there very sal- lsntsa teeit snig
There still 'hea silecelttb tyliriof.
eStanley oin "The (Irgani its 1-ieze ~ ~ s
sMemorial hull"' thin arening at S N_-
o'clock. All fricinds of the schtool - p GVT'
Scordially invited. (HNA Tt
l isHlnSaetepeietof Wetlestey College, died last Sat- STRAIA ARE THE BEST.
surday, of pnumnonia. Shte had CIGARETTE SMOKERS otto iaill-
min topya lttle miri in iathepsie
Ybeen at the head of the institution chtaiged fi ah rinairlit id Cigarietiet
wsiloLnd THIS BRAND naperiortoisailoes.n
for neventeen years. ThRihodSagtCuNoI
Mr. Tocwnley ciit give soitic viesa h RchmGn1StrightCutN
tpertaining to the Lick oihservatory, irmtiernustiesaisttsaico
in Room i, of the pasci lahorn- itsflasvste aiid iigliseAnail GOLD LEAF
physcalgrown in 5 le liia.
ftory, Saturday evening. All arc ut- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. anbert e
ited who are interested. ioht the namiseoithlst mttanufactusnas'aa
1 aett nre~Iaiae
The ladies of the S. C. A. liace a beoisVICe'ypka.
lamning party in the ladles' parlors T SA&Gk 'MRC~ TBCOc
every Saturdny afternoon at o'-
s clock. It is under the direction o1
Mrs. Manny. Part of thsa evening TAKE NOTICIE
is given op to readings, discussions,
e etc. - m
'EThe Cornell Sun of Tuesday said: jf-. otC ? eai't'stocke'ci/til/s Ites
- "Professors Knowlton and Mecheni
of the University of Michigan, and J00is/ tia oic/aruilsell it i ts n/ l-
eRegaents WV. T. Cocker and Levi dtsced pteie c cic(is ooi/ smitsaato
rBarhor visited the University yaster-
I day. They are making a Sour of Gs A4w W *L13,
fthe eastern universities with a view
-to incorporating some new features
1 into the U. of M. curriculum." Washington St. The Leading Tailor.

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