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April 10, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-10

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THE. U. OF M. DAILY.

Do 3you know a good
knife when you sue one?
Iake a look at those 50c,
70' an $1.00 onesa.
CALKIN' PHIA eJIA

At 9 a. m. Tuesday, April 10, our One- Q
Half Off Tie Sale commences. Everything goes,
\At THE OUTrFITTERS,
t. :BOW DSE & M wArrrSol

J~LEOOI~ & w~TJsA:o:EL2J,

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

---- _-- LIA.T7' IA.FJZZ A OR Z'MENT OF- - -
TENNIS, BASE BALL .AND SPORTING GOODS
Whieh they offer at prices G.uaateed Ito1)e' as5Low as caul he
Obtainedlsewher~e.. .. ...

Aim Arbor Savings Bank' INCHELL'S TEACHES' AGENCY
AArb'r.tMichs. (Cqatlshoc, V50.000.5
SstepluS, $15,000.tll
of this eSuite. ubevssdsepoststbtys. and
sell-. excaassgon tesprsincial citis of the 262 Wtabash AvenueChieag o. Aflilissste ith the fBeac-o tleaclhee-."Ant-ss.llstons.
tnited States. (trafts esashed sissao tttoper Unique inplits. Most lielseto s sm s em es. Msit ak-esseciasltyoffiixhersi515tios, s t I se
identifications. Stet}stetsssiltsssoesttsretst. <s-sgssgnl]ts hist itte worasset t. SENsD"aSTIs' asss (Et('ssrts. I wst. at pca o s
OFIQEes:C hretsistians ItMak, tees.; W . . sponoatin aAtstt Artbor.Wteeoas-speciasi terms.
Harrneas, Vise Pres.;Chass. E. tttsssss I, Ca -_________________________________________
shier- it.J. trite Asst. (ashier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS C1(,AU5 - CGAj
PRINTING and ______
PUBLISHING Fortt00. tot- liS. 1or ,e. ItcshI. F-or 50. ['orli2s-. Las-I.
G 10t.'f5Sissiies ..tt-$1.00 t'stPro igy (Si ass - 51s0l 6t
WTT SiISintsntr Stn-iStgts 1.(1 isL i s-o 4 S. 5stIsClsssr . 115 54lu
L~ittte Stsoke Stogeieas 10lt s.s SseO(l, is se stt 5 te
Student Work a Specialty.- ttssmitntostie------15 5 R oyit ays snssenr ci ses1.15 5 t0C
14ttt.tortmtn ndStowis Price.in tl Ciie.Ssam Scstt C igs t 00ss10s0
Fesosrmtssstssrt'i'ci ieCl.T 510. Harry layC saro 37 Ii 1(
IiaterCigaes . I. :3tc L2 attssssa tat .Et! loc
AltaaoEtipsites -----t.00s 1Sit:1o KeylWet t( gars'_-3. 0
44 South Main Street.DE N&CM A Y
Ann Arbor, Miink.DE N &C M A Y

I ss U. OF M. FLAGS.
i-ts-rtssll Sileeasselled in
yelltose .stsstblae, stick ptn
arresstch pta. t'rice, ft 0(1
IVX. ARNOLI), Juvvlv-.

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Vst ta ine Liste attmpsoeted assd
SPRING and +
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115.1.1N10155 tiI~sO.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. becoming very popuilar for (tseir DI
Irof. Knoswlfon letutresd to lhc pleasing tunsic and excellent or- N 2E.WsitoS., MNEA
rsingessent for the lance. 'hse
laws tsoday. two selertissoss for the tpiatniovweret x
trot. Hatssllwill no51tset h Iis Iconmposedl by Johna P. Sousa. the . i...
classeas tomnorrwa.i fatuouts bssssltma~ster, ansd are sneet- ~\
losing sosslieen lirosibsitaslat ing woith a bigsae, -- '
'59 einyas Isiverif yAmong tise other pleasilig two- ,5 ~ 5(
steps fr thiansatisisy be mantsists- t. '
l'hsOfas I lall, '9_j, has tbees elertadri tc" mria'5Ieuteen )
Iaptains of the Cornseil crew. Step,'' by E.. J acobr ansd "losv-
1.A. Uoster, otedic '79 t, 1109 0elton DoTor.'"(1111step,1)by1AV. J3 . ~- o.-e
fouishing pIsractce at1 WlthlsssAlIsdoef.
H.~ Two tasprtty ma55clssfor thino010VICTOR C clsLead.
i7track msens were ot yesterduay recnti - isll oI ae 1tellcsestatee (sil(as d sl tis - tssinas s 1ws lsse - a
Akmerican starcihcs" ty "1I ol-1.II CIIsCyl En oi111
at th iatisletic lielsIfor tile first (isele insost.an0011 ''1 b C. . tsee' '9'sttsstits,
thisseaon. ~enet. TheDarkes eligt,"at11w, WASHINGTON ST. Ansn Aebsar
Thse freshsmass baseball teami will l polka, by R. MN. Stusts is ss sesv -"
lily IOrchard LakeSastusrdsay,. istlao Ipiece by a plopular cotpser.I
,LL l i"Te IIieggssr Stusdenst'"'aisd'
iS, at thse latter place. i :'Chimes of Norttansdy,"' for violin
it wanslecided to give creslit for all -);p. It'.IWissner, are svcry pretty. AD.
work dosne intthle sustmter schsool. 2fr kntrIa aona les 5
'This will tndutce students to remain"Rsi Dac'an Its EAN
Polka'' for the mtandolin, violin and hr ui~ h aainadcn SOTET
Isee sorig te vcaton nd on-piano whsichs are very pleasing. ASIT ET
titnue thseir work. Among his othser selections may be P'RICES RIGH~T.
- = ;-------- mentioned: "March front Moses,"
Musical Notes. and "Her Bright Smile Haunts me SEE
--Still," and variations, for msandolin, O{)UER Ll E OF'
One of the finest collections of piano and guitar.
waltzes and two-steps that has yet The Paragon March for the banjo, RAUZOR TOES.
come to our notice, is the latest se- by J. E. Henning, is highly spoken
lections just issued by Lyon and of. For the gnitar, the "Golden Good p e ,5
Healy, of Chicago. The collection Curls Waltz," by Walter Jacobs ,is
is headed by the "Washington Post excellent. This music may be oh'j 178-AI T
March" and "The High School Ca- tained from Lyon & Healy, Chi- 1 .31I T
det March,". two-steps,- which are cago. J,

L~adist' Artistic Hairdressing Parlos.
L5ADIES' hsatdresstng,.mnicrientg, fssee
1and1 scatt;treratmsent daote tinttelatest
f. Sshin Ms J. it Teoaowstit, 3NE. Watts-
Sak;ton-.t.as'tetbareshap.

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