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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-05

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

G ENILEYIEN
Are wvell pleased with the
elegant fitting and
well made
Fine Black Suits
MiADiE BY
Jos. W. Kollauf,
The Practical Tailor,
r14 E. Washington !,t. Up Stairs
f Employ -
-wI Young
~..++««+o advertise-
oment s prot enortuhighegrade Am
bicycle, which oeed them on approval. No7
woark dooe until the bicycle arives and proves
samtisfactory.
Young Ladies empoed ers
If btoys or it apply they must be wellrecom-
mnded.W rite for par tiulars.I
ACME CYCLE COIFPANY,
ELKHIART, IND.

Noble's Star Clothing House, s. ai. IGENTLEMEN T
----- You have been earin, p1'in atd sombre
colors for the last feew yars. Tphis fall we
have s complete chance Some will prefer
the plai, while the more enthusiastic dress-
Our C rduiro an s era will adopt the tew colors. The goods
shown are greysand brown tweeds with a dash
of brleht color is plaids asd stripes. You
wilifSod aheautilful display of these fabrics
are made with a good tnrn up. It cost a trifle more also a fne line of Overcoatit s in Kerseys,
Meltons, Caster. For ted Patent Bearers,
to have them made as we want them, but we ask Eskimocs, Shetlands, Astrakhans sod thin-
youl the same for the correct thing as others do chillas R HPIBDaS
for the common ones. Merchant Tailoring Store, No. G E. IHnron St
Gestlemen visin to btolipinformrd on te
f4 ocl n e +3.+ + 'propcrr and correct thief in dress are invited
_______________________________________________ maie aspeciiy of press Gsrments aod
Street tostumes for Ladsdo.
40 ICV I OOP & CO.,I ISEEET._
thr n I ()Casll on them for

1 1 T L 1--j 1 1 1.. 65.00 -1 JL -L \,,j 11 l,...1

Special Price's.

Extra Values.

We c,.n show you all the desirable styles ini French Calf,
Enamel, Patent Leather and _ran.
G0ODSIREIED'IS.MAIN.
Try Our "Red Star" oil.
No smoke. No offensive odor. Will not char the wick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, HaIs no equal in this
market. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. Price 10c per gallon.

Is G. SPALDING & BROS.
o Football Supplies a
L Specialty.
Every requisite for te
fumeJtcee an, Jer-
e 5<ys, Sweaters, Shorn, Gate,
uJ Belts, Sochings, Mrrilins
Nose Mtask, Ruhber Mouih-
Piece, Shin Gutards, Heasd
Ilaruess. Spalding's Olicia'
Intrcollegiate Footbali
mast be used In all Mateh
Games. Price, $5 00.
Spalding's Official Football
Gide-Nee Rules-Pictures
ofmalltesding Players.
Illustrated Football Catalogue seot tree.
Nnw York, Chicao, Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OP ANN ARBOR.
Or,.asieed 518.
Capital, $100,00O0. Sorplius and Profits, Wd,000
Transacts a geitertal bankinf boniness.
Foreign eschtaites bought andnsold. Fornish
letters of credit.
'P. BACH Fees. S. W. CLARKSON, Caohier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Gapitali Steck, 5W0,0W. Surplus, $1505,000.
tResources, $1,100,000.
Organieed underthte General Bankinf Lays
of this State.. Receives depsosits, buys and
-ells exchange on the pricipal eitims of the
United States. Dlraf ts cased upon proper
;Identification. Safety deposit buses te rent.
Orrtcets Ghrtian Mack Prms.; W. D.
HiarrimnVice-Prets . hassE. tiscock,
Gashier N. J.Fritz Asstt C ashier.
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AN D41 6 S TATE ST.
B. Al. AoxSvTs Miss. NsLi s L. TroetsR,
27 Tompson at. F. 0. Bloc.
IVICTOR FOOT BALLS

DEBAN & ~COM IPAN-Y.

44:Sousth MainStreet.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES. GALRNDARI.
Flitsw-%ks Wriniklie will lio te lili''Iirs., Nov'. 7, athllic it'llil, 11p. us.
ltitt~r lile ticIliess'rk--110 v-s. ';)J iinterrsclass fouitball Oil'
.[ t~h iniors ofit vitaition o rl v Ur)1. Sat., Nosv.l9, (Cambridge, 'Stass.-
?1otrs chiss ini). roji'i'livi 't niiii'iy Micliigtiuvs. Siarrtlril.
laobe1nican tlged. fruoil Monday liii Sot., Nov. 10, . p. lB.. UniveisityfHal
Weitst-ses,y'.It a.1. 111.T0 'Il'0 13' --5. L. A. coursc, LelandTi . Powers.
misdl 'Thursiday at ' .ii. l ii imp lllersonatoir.
Tuoes., 'Nov. VI), S p. 11., 1'li ersily
talig ieffrct todayl. Ilall-Chord IUnionsseries, 'Thousas'
Lee Crtitawsfoidl.):,L,'tI.,liii Delta, iihi, orchiestra orfGChicago.
ss'lti s isnoii-'ttliidlit liiheiHarvatrd lasw' SFri., Dec'. i.-Sopllolslore houp.
niscsl,wiries thaw ll rhtsarid expitcs ROOMS,5
us 5cctoiscoris nixt Saturdays ;;iniei Pleasaist suits and single toonis fur-
lust w'lliill llot uconcedethati we ta-i ishied to orider.lBathrioomssanod fur-
-11Iia-riaci of wi-rn log. nice. Tsvo blocks froml the ciliputi
'liii' staninlg uofithi't11110 cilli'ge' 00 the street car line. Board if de-
siredl. 102 S. State st.
e'le'vtns Ihis yiuar. 1riiii'i'lon l ars"tird _______
anidd Iliclilgait. is as iilliiss';: Princeitoii Silge room anld hoard to hreSitid at
itsoppnens G ilicligt 22 toitsNo. 17 S. Stale vi. 0nly thre toots
froimiicampulils. Heatt antS ligbi fist.
its tipipiiiiils 4; Iili-iigaltl222 toit siiscd
tiooentss0. Prin'eliinalnt Hrvrs'ld Lost.-(genlltleman's open faeif tld
lise. Stiuart, lvi tSlsilon Ibhoise andlil ti'i('s
Vespor Services Today. Lea'ther chairs cail conches for lihra-c
Sli' Iisivisici vi s is ii'lii' vics 11551frasterniity houses ini tu' Ittig'
\\111 b, hld n t ni\cl~ityhal th c t tissortmelnt. Uric-cs scry losw, ci
lfteirnoiiinfriiiii10hi)oli-1:30)i. mi. Pio-ii 1"ANTRD-From twselse So iftern
fi.ssll'Sialeyl 'aiiil a bious ifi60itt udocents to ssort on colmmsission. Gall
vscicits ss-ll .a isle. Situei'is tif all '-le- at 6 E. Huron st.
iiill'Iliii'51vaisiltliiiublic:' gi.iully ill' WY'utcu.- Suositiitoiact as stess-ri.
inv'ite'. t'rtll sit No. 7 Rl. t'uis'ersiiy ass'. Miss

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Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunrches.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S MAI N ST. AND STATE ST,,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hond.
Notr boohs end other Students' Supplies.
Fountailn Peits, Firm Stutionerry, Sporttig
Coeds, etc., whtich they ofter at te lowest
prices.
Cnll and see us before Purchasing.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twelve, yearn of teachihg in Ann Arbior
wit taroll of 6530pupils it sisson area
officient gnurtantee ias to our ability tii teach
dancing en it tould be. All clnsses are un-
der ithr persontal instrniction ef Sir. tand Mrs.
lions Grtanger. Menmbers of te Americani
NationatlAsociaeion of Mdaeters of Danciog.
For iniformation regariding closses tnd terms
call at thteOfce,,riond floor i Matlyntedst.
Gtrculatrs at Mic huStores oii leld.
OPERA HOUSE JEfi1RY STORE
Geiteral stoch of W~atches. Jewelry aiid
Novelties. Rtepairing of Watchces. Jewe-
elry, Cold Pens, Ritigs antd Specttel-
ts spel,,alty. Casht paid for old gold and
silver./my y K r;
Ci./. 1H. KEY J ES.
''our Prescription
macy not be written on see of our bltanks, hot
we ctnsill iit foryout.acd f511 is scHTsnosd it
iot cost ytiu anyfacyprce, Itwili pay
you to bring your prescript onss Co
Whien you give a party cirder yourtcacrriages
htert by teleponoe of Hlms' Lery and
get youi' chtaperotscrriedfriet.YoullOfid
the ist iscarrets icnetoat
1-bLAB ES' LIVERY.
HANGSTERFER 2CATE RER,-
SPECIAL.
0ld.tMARTIN, Poiceral IDirecior, Clothc
and Mtallic Castetst and Commiin
'otfits. Emitalming a Specialty. No. 1S2. E
5lctititiolust.
5.51'ii. SLtAYING PARILORIand iButh-i
UJ. room. All aiiiointmensiset clcass.
imported sod domestic cicais. Ltcdies' artis-
tic hauir dressitig anid bathincg pucrlos. ..I.
Tiojanowski, 34 S. State st.
W H\TSEN YOU WANT yoiurcliithies cleacned,
Y pecisned, reliiicd or recboundu go to Bra.
Fingerei.oveSiheeliasboiiitsore. Lab-
oratoty aprons miade toi orider.
TRADE - MARK

areiscudof thecibest mterial,and are
ruoys nti'cd bciter Stian any other
iott1ic. boiolded w itlt e very hail is ant
sciit - smen; witht Victor
lbcycivo. 5i(-tiir liiircclleltte' oe
pohiiiris rc~ilitiid t10iiispect oiur
c eijleliilino i of' iisp .riitg Uoods, lassc
siulis, Ilmss, Tomucc illis, ackets etc.
M. STAEGLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM.
11 W. Wshitiiton St., Ann Arbor.

frttnccul hiilois ti o be iildillin10 dcas
al Sltaler's, Puriiiu 2ir'silupwardl. 71
insl tolla S.igiltl{ SMildti 5iui. Srt-
svIi'il. .17
F~or Sioiicns--Satlisirusolsing tiool
'uls('v, lust11111110finditgoiid piuiterns5.
iLosvprics at'MARI'N 51. 7.1.111..
gl t-ll lst'i 5 sitse 'ulis cLiiiri

M11 csnh.t14
Fut stuodentls SItthave i'tucoetausor't
merdit of t'svolsvingliand suy chirstl.
Spicitl loss'pSuicysi\A1 Sirhiquotied. Call
iani see thtcit. 11AtII A.5TN LL.-1..R
At 4 N. Fifthc ave., very nicely test-
oishied fr'ont suite Irooms, foruace eut,
and hath. Also best table hoarilati
,2.150 a sweek for taliited nitiher.
fLovu-Twso Gammsosa Phil Beta stick
pinosanct an Ainnaltolis hat:l5inl. Finderr
still please return to Stessardc's office.

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