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January 24, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-24

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST
OVELTY IN GENTS SUITINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN'96.
Jos. W. Kollaf,
Merchant Tailor,
10 E. Washington St.
RANDALL
photographer
15 Washington Block.
SPALDING'S
Educational
r IHL[TC IGURES!
Souvenirs of
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A complete set, comprising Baseball, Foot-
ball, Tennis and Golf players and a Bicyclis,
will be seni to any add ress l the Uited
States or Canada upon the receipt of 10
CE nts'
A. G. SPALDINGT& BROS.,
New York. Chicago, Philadelphia.
Largest Mannfactrers of Bicycles] and Ath-
letic Goods in the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surpls and Profits, $40,001
Transacts a general baning business.
Fore,! exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
s. BACH Fes. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $15,000. Surplus,10,000.
Resources, $1,100,000
Organized under the General Baning Lawn
of this Stazte. eceives deposits, buys and
nals exchange on the principal cities of the
United Sates.Drafts cashed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit bones to rent.
Orreceots: hristian Mac Pre.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres. Chas E. Hscok,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
ON
BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that condition. If
so exchange it for a new
one at
M1STAB[R'S CyCe mporium
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR,

Spring Style Hats '96'
ALL NEW COLORS AND SHAPES IN STIFF HATS.
ALL NEW COLORS AND SHAPES IN FEDORAS.
You can buy all this week our
$1.50 IFEDORAS AT 980.
D. A TINKER & SON,
No. 9 South Main Street.

DO YoU SMOKE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - -
7 Full Value Cigars for - -
6 Prodigy Cigars for - -
4 Owl Boquct Cigars for - -
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - -
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
DEAN & Cc

- 5c
- 25c
- 25c
- 25c
- 25c

M\4PANY.

44 Sonth Main Street.

.I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
S. E. Roberts, '95 E, is located at
Detroit.
R. W. Dunn, Jt L, isp racticing at
Chicago.
Prof. Algell lectures to the law
classes today.
Clarence Tinker. 70 L, s practicing
at Fenton, Mich.
R. P. Marshall, '92 L, is practicing
at Pittsburgh, Pa.
E. Sullivan, '94, is with the Dr. Price
Baking Powder Co.
C. L. Ferguson, '84, and his wife,
are visiting ini Ann Arbor.
B. D. Horton, '95 E, Is with A. F.
Bartlett Illuminating Co., at Saginaw,
1Iich.
Lewis T. Orr, '95 L, is practicing in
Chicago. He is junior member of the
firm of Pinney & Orr.
Mr. Frank O. Gilbert, '79 D, of Bay
City, lately appointed on the board of
state examiners in dentistry, visited
the nersily this sweek an" "-a a
guest of the Xl Psi Phi house.
The new iron pillars for the addi-
tional support to the gallery in Univer-
sity Hall have been placed in position.
The supporting columns stand on piers
in the basement and make a, solid sup-
port.
Major Seymour Howell, of the first
battalion, Michigan National .Guard,
will inspect Co. A., Light Infantry,
next Weduesday evening at 8:15
o'clock in their armory. Students in-
terested in military work are invited to
be present.
LODE-DAvis MAcHINE T O CO.,
Cincinnati, 0
I cast my vote for the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., in the con-
test for the $1,500 lathe, which you offer
to present on March, 1, 1896, to the techni-
cal school receiving the greatest number
of votes.
Voters Full Name --------------- -
Street No~~~~~~~~. . ~ .~~~~~~. .~~~~~~
City----- .-State.-- ...---
(Voters must be at least fifteen years
old. Ladies cannot vote but may aid in
securing votes.

Wade-Slocum.
At the First Presbyterian church
last evening Miss Gertrude S. Wade,
daughter of Secretary Wade, and Mr.
Walter F. Slocum, '92, of Chicago,
were married by the Rev. J. M. Gel-
ston. Mr. Earle W. Dow acted as best
man, and the folloswing charter mem-
bers of Collegiate Sorosis attended the
bride: Miss Julia Pike, Grand Rapids;
Miss Helen Ramsdell, Manistee; Miss
Carlotta Goldstone, Saginaw; Miss
Mary Cooley, Ann Arbor; Miss Alice
Chandler, Chicago; Miss Frances Wil-
cox, Adrian; Miss Mary Butler, Ann
Arbor; Miss Julia Butler, Ann Arbor;
Miss Alice Brown, Chicago; Miss
Louise Morey, St. Johns; Miss Ruth
Tuttle, Niles, and Miss Anna Hegeler,
LaSalle, Ill. Messrs. Eugene Garnett,
Richard Hawkins, W. A. Spitzley an1
Lester Maher acted as ushers.
The bride was dressed richly in
white duchess satin, trimmed with
ioint lace. She was given away by
her flather. The bridesmaids were
dressed in tasteful costumes of white
muslin trinined in yellow and white.
Prof. Stanley presided at the organ.
Among the guests present from out
of town were Mrs. J. Slocum, Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fay, Chicago; Iron.
and Mrs. E. O. Grosvenor, Jonesville;
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Wade, Jones-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sibbald,
Jonesville.
SMr. and Mrs. Slocum will be at home
at No. 5,604 Monroe avenue, Chicago,
after February 15.
Ann Arbor Lodge, No. 44, K. of P.,
will confer the second degree upon a
senior law student tonight after Dr.
Talmage's lecture. All Pythian
brothers in the University are invited
to attend. A banquet will be served
after the initiation.
THE ICE IS FINE
on the Athletic Field rink and now is
the time to enjoy it. Music tonight
and tomorrow night.
F. C. WEINBERG.

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- - WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP,.3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST., ,-'
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
RAVE A cOMPLETE. sTOcK OF
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies.
Fountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which they offer at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
The classes in dancing at Granger's Acad-
rmvwll meetassfolls 13Ileentmexclus-
ively Thuridly evenilags H, Saturday morn
lags 0 o'clock; Lades ecusively ^aturday
afternoons 54o'clock; Children, Mondayafter-
noons 4 15 o'lok; Ladies and Gentlemen,
advanced practice classes Saturday and
Tusday vening, 0;5 o'clock. Special
classesyand private lessonsat hours ant
oherwise engaged. No visitors admitted.
Membershep car ust be sow atdthe door.
For terms. etc., call at the office, ground floor,
6 Maynard t.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-IU. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see.
LET'S TRADE.
We Isae everyhing you wanttinj.
Ilie drug line You have money.
Were sure us can please you winkh
our goods an give yuugood value
for your money
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
For gentle driving borses for ladies
come in and phone Holmes' Livery.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and ppresng. Work
called for anddelivered. No.4SSStatest.,1
econd Soor.
O.. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
andMetallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 E.
Washington St.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
rm. All uppoltments first clas.
Imported and domestic cigars, Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski a S. State st.
HEN YOU WANT your clothes cleend,
W presned, relined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
TRADE ARK

The Department of Stationery and Engraving at Messrs.
Wright, Kay & Co.'s, Detroit, produces work which ik not
excelled in this country.

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