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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

12 THE U. OF M. DAiLY.

Tlie Very LatestiNobde' s str Clothing HouseS. Main.
Novelty in Goods.
SUITS MADE TO YOUR ORDER IN THE FINIE SUFTS.---'
CITY OF ANN ARBOR, For one week we will give you the choice of any $18 00 or $20.00
For the next 2 weeks for suit at
$19.00 AND $23.00. - - $1600 - -
Jos 1INEqual t ; o tailor-made suits in every respect. SEE OUR NORTH
The Practical Tailor,
10 E. Washington St., Up Stair. Try Our "Red Star" Oil.*
9 401 we iNo smoke. No offensive odor. Will not char the wick.
Emp .y Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has nie equal in this
=nmarket. Delivered promptly to any pait of the city in
- ~ Young onr cans. Price 10c per gallon.
MenDEAN & StCOMPANY.
""" .....u uIour adderiie 4SouthXiuinStreet.
masin part paymet nfora high grade Acet.
bi reie. which wesend thmiionapproals. No
work done unithie bil e aive i UprEovTYNOTS.CALENDAR.
stsatr.UIESTNOE.Young Ladi es eimpisyedsnbeToes., Nov. 20,Sp6 u. o s8al
If boe oriii saplytheymst be werei. hn'wll renovepeosrmc-, 0-Rev. J. MI. Barkley on. "One Year in
m~ended. ritefor partilars. j h ee ry" .M .A ore
ACME CYCLE COrIPANY, dAyovthenttisonlfAotmy," Y.rM. C. A.s. course.
ELKHART, IND. .. nvnei so oltooguc'Te. e.3 p. in., Unitarian
"- ^+"*- -1ia freshman glee and banjo club. chur~cli-Mlrs. iMary T. Wordoworth, of
Q t , Q} ' rof. K~nowloia was iiot aisle to ql', izostont,cii "Thiackeray," Uiiity club
A ( !Je PADIG W ROScourse.
A.~~~~~~ 6tSADN RS he sections in ('ontraces yestenday. Fri., Dec. 6.-Sophoniore hop.
Football Supplies a lBars anTd hound runs an(1 posh ball Fri., Dec. 6, Grangers Academy -
Specialty, will lsarfialbT supplant fcc o >ll after '96 social.
Every requisite for the Thakugiin ini the Rooat.'Moni., Dec. 9), S p. iii., Unitarian
gaims. Jacket, Pants. Jer-
slelts, Seteris,Soi ~The MchganSlolustr' Cu irch-Eev. John Snlyder, of St.
CaspSetes Sos, eMchgnaeooias.s'Cu
Nose Siask, Stabber Meuth- wiltlisoltd its annual. meeting:' ilthis oio TeEouino mn
Niece, Shin Guards, 'Head canot humor," Unity club course.
Harness. Spaidiags Offiia' city Friday antI Satlurd ay of this 'flmrs., Dec. 12, 7:30) p. m., Htarris
intercollegiate Footbal
moot be coed Is aii Match week. Btall-First Hobart (Guild reception.
Games. Price, $5 00.
- Spaidlag's Oteai~eethsail Yale lpios just refuse~d acialletige Mon., Dec. 10, S p. mi., Unitarian
of all the Leading Players. from time chaiopion football teamt of churchl-Prof. J. W. tLangley, of Cleve-
Price, 10 ots, iiandsomeiy ln,"sEetiiyi t nac?
iiiustrated Football Catalogrue seat Free. Canas'a to play Thainksgivintg.dt 'fo-lad"SEecritintsIfcy
Ne York, Chieago, Ph.iadelphsia. roult } ityCu ore
So nvanyc of the tenity Slub ticket! One-fourth the niumiber of otudeuts
FIRST NATIoNAL1 BANK.hldr wr pevnedf an oin;at te University of lBerlin are Amier-
OF ANN ARBOR. liliereian students. (Consider ing that this
Organized 2863 ~ nteeig yteha ete university is, said to be Ite largest in
Capitai, $i00,000. Surpluu and Prefits, 110,000j that the* lecture of Hte. Allen was post. Site world.,Itaving 8.)0(9 sludents, this
Transacts a general banking business. pned. As thisisoefthfnsta-rpeetton is creiabe
Foreign uehanges Sought andnsold. Furnish90tofStliesadreeenait-scrdtb.

NEEDLE
BEAUS9 in t
GBN TLE=MIN T
You have been wearing plain and sombre
colors for the lat few year. Thin ftli we
itave a complete ehange. Sone wilt prefer
the pain, w:hle the mre enthuniatic dress-
ers will adopt the new coors. Tie goods
sitown are gey and brown tweeslwith a dash
of SrighS color is plaids aid tripe. You
witl fiid a beautiful display of these fabis
also a fSue line of 0 vercoatlit n is ereyn,
Meltons, Cstr. For and Pattent Beaver,
Eskimos, Shetlands, Astrakkttnn and Chin-
chian at
S. W. BUIRCHEJELD'S.
Mierchant Tailoring Store, No. 6cE. Huron St
Gentemen Icbitg to be informed n the
proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to call and see me.
S make a specialty of tDress Garments and
Street Costumes for Ladies.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mr. and Ids. Ross Granger invite ths
considering the subject of danig to call at
the Academy, S Maynard s., opposite School
of Music building. No stols to mount;
Office and IJ scing room on grocndflor.
0. Ht. KEYES,
OPEPRA 1HOUSE
JEWELER.
U. of M. PINS.
IPlow's Chocolate3 $
Beter take a bs of them home
with you Tankgving. You
cant fSudanything ticer.ftb
cents a pound i pound and half
peaud boes.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
d6 S. Sate t.
Lrave your orders here for hlack
and Baggae. We 'phone to tisles'
Livery.. You ca depend on them.
SPECIAL.
0 M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
an d itetallic Gaskets and Common
Soins. Emalming a -Specialty. No. 11 E.
Washingtons.
U. OF M. SHIAVINGO PARLOR and Iltht-
rooms. All sppontments rt cltss.
Sm ported and domestic ~elto. Ladiestartis-
tic hair dressing and bthing parlors. J. R,
Trojanownk, 716S. State st.
WHSIEN YOU WAN'r your clothe ceend,
Y Y pressed, reusned or rebound go to Srs.
Finger e, over Seeanusostk store. L
oratory aprons made to order
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Especilly striking in theircisonvetion--
slty are the new hg-bad olars, which
ass now all the rage. The "Keleta" for that
is the same of the fasionable high-and
collar. is frau Earl & Wilson. The cue to
correspond with te "Kelet,' s called the
"Chtnaago." and as also an Earl & Wlso
style. The harmoy with the highs-and ef-
fect is in the loug, deep, graceful Op, with
its lasting edge. The hig-bad cllar is
not yet worn wit convenional evening
dress. Foe that pros thinsri. makes a
clused-rant collar about two incies high,
known an the "Swatara. For evening wear
the proper cuff in the Earl & Wilson, pateted
euft "Odena.'

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P. BACHPrets. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stock, SOi.sOS(. Surpls, $15,000.
Rtesources, $1,100,000.
Organized underte Oeneral Basking Laws
of thin State. Receives deposita, huys and
sells exchange as the principal cities of the
United States. Dreafts cashed upon proper
Ientificatiou. Stafety deposit baums to rent.
Orenonnot: Christiant Stack Pres.; W. D.
Harrimain, Vies-Pros.- Chas E. Hissock,
Cauhier; Id. J. Frito Assistant Cauhier.
UP!
We are as stairs, and we see up in all the
Nlew and Sandard Dancs.
UNIVERSITY S0C1001 OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STLATE ST.
Impartial
TESTS itave demonstrated that
Yictor sporting, .and atitieoods
are sopsrtorstoall othes, See the;
YICTOR Foot Balls, Poot Hal
Potts. etc. Hetter iquality gorems
mousy than any other.
-SOLD AT-
M. STA[RERS ~Clde[mporlim
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

that anothenrtsil0ruiily will lbe niv'en
ths many ffienils of Mn. Alien Sc hear
him speak.
THIANKSGIV'ING DtAY A'r GEAN-
(ills'S8.
Isr. and Inrs. Ross (itosmgen iiivite
tlt puipils, forner pupiils anSi frienids
to attenadlie matinsee idtacing party
Thnursday afternoon, 3 So Ii o'clock.
Cards of ,admission. for genteleien, 5t
cenos.
LADIES' MACKINTOSHIES.
Ladies' louig Mtilitany Capse .Mackin-
tosh, in bluis-block only. $2.65. Luh(iess
Double Texture Mackintoshi's, worth
$6, at $4.50. LtAes' All Wool Mtack-
intoshes at ,$3. tig Bargaius in ladies'
and Cents Silk.:Umbthrelas.
MHAtK & COI0AN\Y.
TO RENT.
A front suilte, itewly furnishied,
across fronm campus, inexpensive, NO.
18 S. University ave. 48
Lout--A pair of spectacles Thursdlay
forenoon on State gst., betwceet,.t'ff(cr-
son anudShe Higit School. Finder
please return to Als Safford, 37 /25.
Division st.
Waned-Somueone to plttyte pialms
for dancing half ain hiour a dlay in ex-
change for use of pianio. 45 Waslite-
naw ave. 491

tdt)OME-SEEKERS EXCU1RSIONS
_To Virginia and te Southt, Nov. 19,
Dec. 3 anti 17, 1895.
On the above dates agents of te
Ohmic Central Lines wviii sell Excursion
tickets at one fare for this round trip;
limit for return 30 days.
Consult 0. C. Agents.
TIS171ANKSGSYSNG VACATION
For thie above recesa the Ann Arbor
Rhailroad will sell tickets to stmudensts
nl teachers preseatimig proper cert ifm-
rates, at one and one-third fare for the
roumid trip, good goiug Nov. 27 and 28
with limtit until Dec. 2. Tickets wviii
Sbe sold to all points in Mhichigan amid
to all points on the lines of omur Toledi
'connections, woitinte Ceutral Traffic
Associationa.
St. S. GIENWOOD, Agent.
The University School of Dancing
=will give a dancing pamrty to its, pumpils
and friends on Thtanksgiving eveniing
from S to 11 o'clock.
Rtepairing and upholstering done at.
lox- prices and by experienced work-
umen at Hailer's Furniture Store.
For R~enS-Front suite, heat anad
bath. Board if desired. 37 Forest.
Cabinet cud upholstery work doise
to order at Hlaller's Furniture Store,
Lost-A Pamul P. Wirt fontain pel..
Please return to 28 /25. Fifth ave.

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