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February 10, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-02-10

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We hae ad e ieof .- --
L.O V IEY' SUPERFINE" Al- our .3, aud f( 1 5 ))1) tocs fli. 35 Ali" 2Mx, 17 245033
C500.TSxc} $ 95 Tiec are gclllui( lai gaitis as wxc areccioing outxdI LnJdics Sici.
Calkins' Pharmacy B W TF[& MATI~OT

flax e a Fu'lL Suplsy
Of All StlesIand rie

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n. ti 00) _) d i , 7 w il ..u
No. 11c' bl 10), mt. I I
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Ilooo c'to rbeen
Ann Arbr. Mich~. 1o(i) it -I 1s,oN00000. 1/isjow]) 0101
Solphoo , 10,0100. l)ebize oI.2 )1)5
Of ths State. Item oto 0depoits, 0050.awl
sells xuhaiieoo oa ip ncip L ) otaesof the
UnitdStates, Drflato cashedtipon 1r01108441 SonthMminS,
idetfcieioa Stfety deoit bo to rent. Ann Ark
II ei moo ,Vieere.; Chos. E. 1115)0k, Co-
ohiar "1A. J. Fritz Asst. C oh ier.U N I VERS

treot .
,bor, Mich.

WeT5h110.0 .iustI)ltllt alI 11110
Second- I and Lii 1110 01011liil --
0t~ thells t i~t nd Lab-t \oi s
1101011 T,wl li,111', ,EcOlloinil
and Soc'ial (t 110tio)11,, Essa'ys
ald a fewxx Standard Scets wxiic-li
XIY e fxii'at .1, teiretail[51r0'e.
Ladlies' ArtisticlHairdressinlg Parlors,
LAt)I 00' hairdtoooo0, (m0nicuri00, fc
AYtat e] -('alp treatmentIdtoe illlio aelt
raohton. i s J/ 1 ' toiaxowltdoi30WF. ]/10li
Capitl $,50,000. SurplustoaodlPrits, ,$30,000.
Tratmoocts a goseral banking tisiiss. 1tor-
eigt exchange bought sod sold. Letters of
oretdit procored for travelers abroad.
P. B CIt Pros. 0.5W.CLARKESON, Cashier.
E. S. SEEVISA, - Manager.

Ve unoderstand that 1110 I
Wili be out oOilletlileolont.
A. C. Miarshall, 'g93 lit, r
a position inthtie D etroit high
Prf atrwl o is class ini irencih '11)10
Ell-(Gov.11ucexwili be 01t(
durinlg hioslay in the city 1
D~r. ILloyd ll iie)10tilefi
to both sectionls of lis ltsy
class next Friday at 9130.
lDr. Lloyd is going to a.
three-fourtho xote of lhis Psy
class in regard to reportinsg
cribbing in examinlations.
"Some Signs of Brutality
Civilization'' will be the st
Rev. J. MT.(Gelston's sernlor
Presliyterian chuarcih, Sunda
M!r. 1. -osnier, whlo h1
taking training unller P'rof
blood, for the Ohio oratoric
tesl, to 110 ieid next Thunrsda
retuorned to Wooster Uois'.,
Dr. Winkler will cxan
class in Iphsigenie, Mtonda;
lag, onth ie xwork in Germaa
Ons Wednsdsatv he will Giee

1)c,,,}t' .iuo1 ry0', . U. OF M. FLAGS.
I o )0t i7t r.Ir P1) lioilitil to 1). I U -- ,0Oxtotom1
14(i, 00r hi(, o. /dixt'ille 1 (011)0 1).t))it) for ,i ) 1ill a. . o)iOled
'Sxol ddby D(,i'itof&(Co. 110 .'xo )pO. Pr'e, $510-
I)0 et0tt pietox male"ot i. 11.1. .1 J" -1),JeLO , f i1
Chicago ioiellr lhax heenl 910en C0U ,1X I 0L 41e i te ho i10 i1l
anner i anntual oratorical plrize of $, o to
110nerbegivern eatcilyear to tilexinner iof iIill Sll1 fhl is Il
tile loral conitest, wh11)1will repreent
tile university In the Nortiherni IOra- 0))))0))i r! t)0))~sndPo1 htsI' 000
school. ou ~ to) 1)1 lao lout nees. s int1110
torical 100a110. fi 0)1)t 10i <l ( i.ttot Ilaos laftyi
eoxmne 'te 0,1 o ii I)eposjtIoxosfoTeltoo
A paiper o010 .5cRlton ''tth. F. 0. 1'-I~s Ca iir
sopliial Chlristian to the Worlinllthi ht tBank ontrdltlly eveing
of tise New T'estamlentol'lvi be read
ertainedi by3M1iss Julilal .11Iiiloge, lit slier.,
islr~.,before the Young P eopllel Veslpers -
tonmorrowxeveenitig ,
fial qui Miss Agnes Kelly, wose~ illness 0A f
'cholog 'y was reportedliln Friday's I AfIY s IRO
to be taken 1o Florida, for tile rest /
sk for a of thintscler. Hier sister, Miss ARE TIHE BEST. /
'chlog 9ai, 9'isll1 accompany her to igog pa10aslitt11111m11100011n11t1e0p1rice
cases of St. Augustine next xweek. chtarged lotlIodunay11r00e(Cigaretes,
(115setn f h aain Te l ,, CtN. Or club last nigiht tile folloxwing officers JIIUI
Jer owxere elected for the ensuing term: o~ omst egtloaltdlct
sat telrs~et I.C. Walters; vice- nbiaom, and habbe ost lGOLD LEAF
' ' grown irinia.
iy night, president, Mrs. J. 1:. Pettigrexw; BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. and1 ooserve
as been secretary, C. R. Stone; mlarshltll, J., thatthe10 nam101Olbtheaufacturers as
f. '1rue 1 . LeTouzel. 001010 1s on every pacIsago
at con- Prof. ilOoge xiii offer a nexw rt g a, ics 4Ae5550co
ty night, course in IPlato sext semester, pro- Pt ERANC11 RtcitMrlNsVlOG1t1
today. viding eigttptersons xiii elect theNO I E
line his course attd a suitable hlour cats be T .KE OT C
TRU . y morn- arranged. All wo tdlesire 1t) take
n prose. the course are requested to meet to--
a hlft- morrow at 5 p. io., in roomt C, to i,,

hour cizniot the critical work of arrangehus 1 0/n01Ix0/( "iI1 Oft
the drama. Souse time ago, considerable owas I voofiftnoanti soil s c/1ilanea(t 00
Mrs.Alie Trne Mery illheard about two junior hops and
Mrs.Alie Trne Mery illthe Board of Regento granted to (/110cd pcc C~cc 1f/(ls i ltst g.
lecture at the School of Music onbohfcinteoeofhegma
' Americanized Delnarte, " Wednes-bslum.actiloks now ase of the ynea-GW
day evening, the T4th inst. The faction load withdrawn as it is prob-
lecture will be illustrated with proc- able that none but the regular Pal- No ies aiu o wl egie.Wahnto a theaeatngTaior
tical exerc eTh1eldiuLhpawlliengve.Tailor.nSt

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