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October 26, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-26

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
IRO S ----- ASr SA.IJBL-
Alt 2.50, $3.00. $3.50 and $4 00 Hats, excepting 0Silvenssa oetats
FOR $1.98.
- QE *, EIGHT DAYS ONLY
antoy, 0ct 28th. W;.
i o 9.1. A, l. ~FIDAY' Oct. 20 to SATURDAY, Oct 28th Alt Stles ad Sz'
Calkiius' Pharmnacy STATE STREET. STATE STRPEET.
CSRO, & ~NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER; OF WILLIAM.
Have a Iltlli Assortttent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new atd second hatnd, and all hids of STUiDENTS '
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
TtEILSUi-Al. DiSOUNTS GtVEN TO STUDETS. SCOND HtAND 10 b lesL .' (OfIjaCl NtED,
CAREDS SJTOTGTT733=T lT =E 'HES' S TAS2S
The Siomlex Prnt es IT ,A.IAPS_ IM0lPS_ _j AM2\rCFS L W M _kR F U L DE,
A new ii-,,Ion ofct ipl iecfia f [ i tio dat >Wil~u
ti~rtinuad ~in ns,1\. a "a el ,t, 51cc Lop, AN 1,0 0,100Nict lticS It , Gta ip, o cLa tco-
'I", t tl t iYae Lmp, No. 1, ctast r Nikel Flat lii( iio atit ct bc pr I m- 51,, .i 0
___it0 1.sat'laO1Juo am , . 2 enteroaoo i 1flt'latai c..tntt t uct I pPti 1 WM . A2of KD, Jowecii o.
41 Snuth Mts z*Steet CMP NY
at50loot-ttipotil Auna Arbor, MihDEAN && CO P T NY.' fr1OV ,Y Y f0S , OV sO
ft tilts t ii Are
tas o t. 1.11a1 lok.ll 1P>\V . 1). titBen . tttf, jr, lit 'go, is lback la i attittott tod teonLt-yea000 ws i lc5t
LA T N -0' colegotofor ttraett sotwork. Fiturs attdt astattntt, Satrdaiy 17ill ' lli~ii,~11
001 t - -ia>c lCtO., tt' Iroa toc1oc attcacl ~ll 1 ,to ci 2 (5'cictoa t
Ittroaby ocur toxtwek. d ta .sl r oig oatc tI-- 1. O ltl int. t 0.
Bot he IcoInttl tttteratd tie lt i- tze ot1 attttatie S. C. A. rictocbrs 0 l ottstslc ta tii
owitttbe istedt l tor. or otinotg plronatal cok odurigthlie 1atlt1 tl i 1-11. itLt1( i-i r
erieotttta A. Car, medic 'c ,s cnigA lsrcia,_______ __________
pLolsoiing at EtnRpd,1Ic. y taiainfrteFehe di . I-arts, law '93,is sittGlee Club silt be hld 015 Satuoday,
--ON- a law flout it Spingfeld, Ill., his October o, at o a. tin., in oons l
old home, 24. All sitges coo invted T Q
A. . Faknor atd P. M. Troy, 'ickets foe tie Students' Lectre , jOal E~
loday, October 3O$th laws '93,lhave fornmed a lpatnership Association may be secured in the n t
at Olympioa, Wash. Ladies' Reading Rootmseery day rA ARE THE BEST.D
Wewill isate ast edition ot 21500 Mr. Stith, last ear's manager of this seek, duritng the capel tine, CIGARETTE SMOKERS wo are wit-
y'Ing st a itatt moen ttin tte tprie
copies ot the Glee atd Banjo Clubs, is visit- front Lulu Richardson or Lucy . caeite cr(ieodinary (tl Ctettots,
ing friends in town, Feytor. The Richmond Straight Cut No.1I
TH E Quizmaster J.AIV. Dsyer sill quiz G. L. Patterso, wo trew bloc
_____ on the first fle lecttres in Agetcy, Iamsmer for our track eans in Chi- IA E ils
a re made rots the bitseitist ost delicate
cme cin onay Oct. 30. ago last June, sson first place n iiflavo, asdld tthes cosOLD LEAF
gronain Viriia.
Mr. Zeilz wilt succeed Miss Lot- Ite Cornell fall field day last Satr- BEWARE F IMITATIONS, and eore
Wh~lichs will he thoroughly don as pianist of the Coral Uniots day. tHe broke te record sills a tiat the ae o1 the mntiatctaera as
~ beoia oa stry ackage.
dsrhft aonthStdetSoigthle increased duties of the Itrose of 86 feet 3 ices.r ~ m 10IC '
anlilta utihts ett. 7, lr.Prof. Carhart sent to Cicago M4 Z 3r ~ttOII
Mr. Jas. lurga, '94, is engaged lst nielil to finish___up__his__work__as__a
method fosr student ailvertiS- at his hone on ome siecial aork member of the jury of Asardl on___
ing offered in the city. Ad. in metals and may return the second Electricity at the world's air,
ver'tisements will be received semester As't Prof. Patterson swill have
Prof. Mechens has sritten a new charge of ilt classes during his a- The L~eading
up to work on "Tending Cases on Agen- sence. TAI . Ox
7 1 D 7t cy," which has recently cone from The Glee and Banjo clubs have -a1 '
8P. J1'1. SATURDAY. the press. completed their exatinations and
- T'he Philological Society of the are now ard at work. The GleeHath'rrsSilanWier5sos-sad
For aesa aply at the University will hold it first meet- Club will be under the supervision largest sotsk in the city. Ysuscn rtaott ay
lug in Room E, tonight, at 7 o'clock of Prof Kempf, the Banjo of Henry slcinyutr;loigfr
D AILY OFFICE sharp. All persons interested in Haug. Some new music has been - COME AND SEE US.
Latin and especially students of the procured which is of the highest
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Latin seminary are invited, character and will please all. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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