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March 19, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A 25 CENT
TOO"THIBRL/8H
T anybody who histtoogtht frontas ofll
is bristles.
TIlS IS A STANrDING OFFER-
Calkins' Pharmacy

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SPR1 N YOUJMAN At the Oi1JTITTr EI~s.
iae of, $3.00 and $4.00 HATS is the latest Spring Sihatpes.
TCine Finest Line of leckwear inn tine City.
BOWDISI3 & AATrWEJSO)Ih

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j/CQOEj & E SZ W-r NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
__________________________________________________ 7AND STATE ST., CONNER OF WILLIAM.
EPIKSCO"PA jPRn"AYER02"w-B.JttOO'KS AND HYMNALS
Norliik Il tey selt ;t~) ter' cent. IDiigsonnl,it, ~of WI

Ann Arbor Savin <,s Bank
of thiso sto .te, s'.es s", s tris 1s is i 'r
"risex bitisssoin thes' iitip tis 'isv (stli
IlastedntOaes. [troftsvcse s t oo trris'r
cstsottttosttso. OSft'i tyepostbnitsrrit.
ltrrs s, \'t' rle,.; n~s. E. Illes's" -si
shiter' 1t.t. F'etto Aest. Cshier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING andh -
-~PUBLISHINGI
Stundent Work a Speciatty.
Best Worksosssanssi tssetl'rrcs Sin theiy
Ladies' ArtinticoHairdeng Partars,
t~1s' ss'tirs--is, Oassc~rs'iss-, tsr's
'-nd ssap t~ts 'rers tsssssone i tss ltst
fahort , J i vjrosI, 0f; Vitr
r E
sr LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
andsSHORTHAN5D. Manicet biiiangWino
teachers; areatancrse;goodsslne;sper-
sow ri elsptiedseadinrosomr; dniyttres-'
Sturtyerenigreerrious;oinistherenireSyear
i'ss'ritssftilisstiets forepigstudntsrirnposi-
exisers-st s2 to 2 opre er in pirimae atitis.
For\ serr eCatoguse, adtress
P. R. CLEARY, PaES.
Sohool of Dancing Gressnd Finor.
MAYNARD STREET.
GjBi\G 'S MIAD MY
(~ r asin'bers'ei tv trivt 'ate a'rtiirs. ltrrsii-j
LinButetso t. Noi sspubi ttr.
Mtansrs-mnsst beintlorodssed.iUviednre
ans ic toat As'sttriny.
VICTOR Cyrcles Lead.
Call far catalog and examine wheels at
1V. Staebler's Cycle Enaporituna
11 W. WASHINGTON ST, Ann Arbor.

Ist 7s !ssst ' mr the stirk.
beeitt ill
Itsi pi 't t 1slssiitI
41 South Main Street.
Ann .Arbor, Mi
UNIVERSITY NC
Miss Nelle Malarkey,
a (lying visit to Detroit
B>. Fay' Mills is to occ
plit of Dr. Tfalmiage for,
mtonths.
fTe University of NVi
a gante scheduleud with
23rd at Madison.
A nuniber of the lo(
L~eague will attend thet
vention at Ypsilanti thi:
Acomplete write-upo
with a cut of the staff
yesterday's Detroit Ni
Eli R. Sotton andA
ster, hoth '92 laws, has
ing in the city for th
days.
Dr. Tibbal, of Detri
of '9e, one of the origir
DAttY, was visiting
friends on Saturday.
Rev. Chas. Perkins,C
who has been filling t
pulpit for the past two'
called home last night.
Rev. Gellston will gis
talks on "The Christ:
The first talk will be on
and will be given next
lag.
The Freshman socda
will hold a meeting ne:
9:30 a. i., to make defi
meants about the social 1
.April 6th

cir..JWM_ R. FULDE,
I~ss~ sitossss'ss'iiiissns.U. OF M. FLAGS.
WillIt anyss'oruyi'i'u'sr'sstesOiloil. hhJ. AJ'!A'0L)J 7 ?:
ich. DEAN & COMPANY. F'LOWERS, fT{OW S~t,
DTES. The comtmittee on ninety-fout's COUSINS ILL. l1ristiTelephone i is.
scholarship meet Satutrdlay mtornintg at
it '96, made at ten o'ciock, bitt nothing of itir' llh ~rrnri illtwitcMallics Ihanpi.
Saturday. lorance seas cdone, adjoutrnmenrt rdj ~t
cupy cihc pill-being taken ustil inext N~ednesdlay Capist sen. siavI or'sstsMt
te nest five evening at eight o'clock. est ro is sgntirsisisotas rifet)
Derposie uriss ior ressi.
A movement is on foot fitr iro- 1; it. 'il. ['rs. 0.. .ItELSE.R, Cs'i em
isconsis has tioting thre interests of te Citoral hokssesSsitivinn.
us for April t'npions by' bringing the nmenibers-
into closer acquaintance. It is pro'-
ca potxposed to give a series of socials for '
dititcnthe explicit piurpose of getting bet'- -
evening.Pekin andi GilbertN
if TticDAstiv White, both of Grand Rapids, were ,TA6~ S./
apae inthe guests of the Ailpha Delta Satur- CIGARETTE AMKRSTwhE are wi -
ew-rbn.day. Mtr. Perkins is a brother of Iingt aypatlite snore thanatire priee
irthur Web- Will Perkins, until this year with wiia 'rd Tforihe ordinais- HI atBRAN ia-ureri thrt,
vc been visit- '95 lit. 'These gentlemen expect to The Richmond Straight Cut No.1I
eo past three enter thec University next fall. CIG R FT
The directory of students con- are made from thraheOnstt aose deticate
y ir Slavor, and highreat cost GOLD LEAF
oit, graduate nected with the Hobart Guild and grown in Viriniia.
naosof tthefSt. Andrew's church is now in prp BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. ansd obiserve
paters 50at the name o1 the min anuacturers as
Ann Arbor aration. E~piscopal students who benow is an every paekage.
have changed their addresses since Toe BRANCH , 4'"CI, 1"COC
of Iowa City, Christmas should notify the curator BRANCH Q, TInNl~tnSVJlR.GNIA
ie Unitarian of Harris Hall, if they wish their
Sundays, was nmues to be entered correctly'. W~E ARE IN IT
Oxford won her twenty-eighth With a Fise Litre of Imriorted oust
re a series of boat race from Cambridge over the Domestic
.ian Home." Thames 4-mile course from Putney SPRING and +f- f f~'
"Marriage" Bridge to Mortlake last Saturday H- l HISUMME
Sunday even- morning. The time was 2n minutes, + SM E n iu
39 seconds, and Oxford lead by FOR FASHIIONABSLE WEAR.
ii committee three and one-half lengths. Of the
;x Saturday, fifty-one races between the two uni- Mf1 I ILpJ
fite arrange- versities, Oxford has won twenty- TE-EDN ALR
:o be held on eight, Cambridge twenty-two, and TELADGTIOR
Ione wan a draw. No. 2 E.= Washington St., NEARt

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