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April 26, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'.of ' Wf. Tcifu.
Published Daily (undaya excepted) during
b tColi- e tar, by
THE U. Of M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price V.0 per year, invariably
ic advance Single copis 3 cet. Subcrip-
ins may be left at the cffice of the DALY,
at Stoffiets, with aty of the edtr or
authorized solicitors.
Communications should reach the offet by
7 o'cioch P. M. if they are to appear the net
day. Addess all matter intended for pblica-
ten to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the us-
cess Maager.
THE U. of . DAILY.
Ann Arbr. His.
EDITORS.
J. L. Ltiui, Li. '0, Managing Editor.
F. 5. SotLci, fit. '55i, Assitnt.
F. H. Wmii~n,,, Lie. '5, Asintoss.
S.1.Sii.Fse, Lit. '5, Assitnt.
J. A. Lesos, Lit. '6, Atletic Editor.
WM. A. MOtusK, Lit. '97, Business Manaoger.
LITOOI.SY. C . os i.
T'1. A. Ct oeiv, '9. I C. H owl .'.
M. A 'si,'i. f F ." >ssl, '%15.
Minnie Toopso.'!7, el;IssL..
Crr. Oos sm ei . E. . stosidae,'11.
Harry Csols'uo,Spcs. TFP. V7s'iI.Iss ..
All copymatoo'sebrat he offic ibefocs 530ia.os
of tle dy softssbliatio.
THERE xwil bf an importnt meft-
ing of thfILYu~ stff to-morrowv
night at 7:30 o'clock. Assignments
will be m0a(e for thec ret of the
yor.
T'iHE athletic directors lst night
mudc n importut move in chrg-
ing dmission to the co-eds. We
blieve tht the chnge is u good
one, sod it remnins to be seen if
they re college spirited enougho to
attend in so grot u number s here-
tofore. The college womn is l
ways5 the first to demnd her rights,
und wises to enjoy ll te privi.
logs of the other sex. The DALYx x
bs recognized these by grosstig
her positions 0n its stff, a,'1 bs
never regretted the move. Do the
other hnd, rights imply duties, nd
it is the sduty of every coed o ly
side feminine prejudices nd do her
shre in spholding University or-
guniztions.
.Pirof. Stanleys Trip East.
Prof. Stnley is home from u
two week's trip ost. The results
of the buiness side of his jorney,
which will be of interest to or mu-
sic circles, will be made public in u
few days. lHe heard the Boston
symphony orchestra under thf new
leader, Powers, ht did not think
him equal either to Nikich or Ger-
icke. The members of the orches-
tra expresed themselves as sorry
not to play in Ann Arbor thin year.
If they ever come west again, they
will play here He also heard the
Barlow festival orchestra which will

play here in the May festival. The C L M I I
orchestra is fine, and Friedheis
simply superb. Miss Stesn and Mr 'sIP S
Heinricbs are very enthustastic over X ht w l o o
the prospiect of again appearing toW h t a they wl do o' you and ho to ob-'

Michigan Suffragists.
The tenth aniual convention of
the Michigan suffrage association
will be held in Grand Rapids, May
b, 9 and s o. Distinguished speak-
ers and representative men and wo-
men will make addresses and take
part in discussions. All organiza-
tions wohich believe in the enfran-
chisement of wonman, are iovited to
oend delegates. Entertainment will
be provided for all delegates and
visitors. Wsrite to M'srs. H. M'iargaret
Dowvne, 339 Jefferson avenue for in-
formution as to entertuinmeot.
COMM UN ICATI ON.
Edlitos U. Os M. iDAssi,
On behalf of a large nuomber of
Ibase-ball enthusiasts, I suggest thut
the noanagemeot lower the price of
admission to 25 cents for one flume.
There are niany students who can-
not finaocially afford to spend the
amounot charged for a professional
gamse. I am assured that the in-
creased attendance would more than
compensate for the decreased ad-
missiosn fee.
13Asssxit.LLl,,.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the ssost efh.ectiveand. agree-
able remiedy in existence for
preventing indigestion, anodse-
lieviug those dTiseases arising
froms a disordered stomsach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Mass., says: "I value it as on excellent
prevessiative of isndigesion, and a pteasant
acidulaied drink wben properly dsiluiesi wills
water, and ssweetenesd."
Descriptive pamsphiet frees opplition to
Rumford Chemical Works, Provldene,R.I.
Bewsare of OSbstitutes ansd Imitations.
For Sale by all Druggists
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor. Mtich. Capital Stoch, $50,000.
Surplus, 0550,055.
Organized usider tne Genersal Banking Laws
of this Stsate. tReceives deposits, nays and
sells exchiasige on the principail cities of the
United States. Drenfto cashed soon proper
identification. PSfety deposit boxes to rentL
OFRen:en-.Christian Mack, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vices Pres.; Chas. E. Mlsck, Ca-
shier'111. J. Fritz Asst. Cashier.

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yosu smust buy aniy sore than you are now buying.
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where they smly be obtaitied and mtaking your purchases there.
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STAE1BLI'll & (O., Gr-ocer-ieos and Crocker',

"'h'akes First Place."
The name stands for just what it is,
Thu bust Bicycle built for $125.00.
aeball anod awitiTenss.
OSlidisng's 5Baseblssl ainsiLasn es nis-r oods
are usid eclcuosiey throsighouit the U. S. asnd
Canadals. Spaldino;'s 'r'asde marls isoa guaranite
thhe looils are (ts' list. Csompleteciliss-
tra tedcaiaissgusireraody. bSet fsee.
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Chicago. New York. Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, 550,000. Surplus said Profits, V01,000.
Transacts a generalbsanking business. For-
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credit prencored f or traivelers abroad.
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Sthool of Bunting. Ground Floor,
MAYNARD STREET
GNGER'S AADM
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eis, Banquets, etc Not a pouschall.
ltrnn.ers muot be introduscel d t.sidence
and office at Atcademy.

PALACE + BARBER + SHOP (,a
Aod Bith Roos. W. H4. OWEN, Prt)-
Nsa- 4 East MHeron St.lOpiposite('Court
Hosus.Hot ColsadS easss Salsi aths, P'r-
crlinsstugs
FLOWERS, ±?J2 OV~IS
isteLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
asid SHORTHAND. Maiiacntsibuilding; nine
teachers; largeaittestance; coot discipinse;supier-
oroch; wellsupptiedreaudingroom;ssdaiy ierioter,
Saisurdayeoeningiceeptiosis;orensihusensiltsyea
Exceptisoal faciliies for pasinst ss.udetis posi-
tionsi-.siorsiicnslradiaescsuaranteeditshes. iMviua
exenss2to $2.'7per week inprivatue failies.
Fos Newe Catalocue, naddres
P. R. CLEARY, PotS.
#14J phlrnrs' andJ' .trlnis' Rlust
Capital, &50,000. Surptus atol Profito $17,000.
Doeo a general banking boniness. Pays inter-
est on Savings Deposits. Has Safety
Deposit Boxes for rent.
R. KEMPP.Preas. F. H. BELSEE, Cashier.
Bash open Saturday evening.

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