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April 09, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-04-09

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THE UNIViERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

FORl A WELL MADE
AND FASHIONABLE CUT SUIT
CALL ON
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
Clothes cut and made in the City of
Ann Arbor.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson & Clark,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.

Great Hat and Sock Sale!r
All Spring Styles $3.00; Stiff and Fedora Hats $1.98.
Black and Tan Socks, worth 25c, now 2 pair for 25c.
Now is the time to secure a new Hat for Easter and
before going home for vacation.
D.A. TINKER & SO"N,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS. No. 9 S. Main St.
DO STYOUTETNUS

Fancy Mixed Nuts -

12 W. HURlZO N STI Fancy Mixed Nuts-

G,~ Spalding & Bros,
"TheNaeis aGar
Gua-1cMe tha the artic
',easing it is the lest
produced. IUniferms
tend Suppliesoef every
dscriptioe for tate-
butt. rulnss.Golf.
- 4 Seed for handsome
a - Illustrated Catalogue..
The Acuite of Perfection-
ITHE
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Nesw York, Chicago, Pliiastelph Ia.
Largest Manufacturera et Bicycles and Atlh-
letceds in the wcrid.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.'
OF ANN ARBOR,
Orgauieed is63.
Capital, $1iso000t Surplscand Frofits, $40,000
Transects a general hanking husiness.
Foreign exchanges heught andusold. Furnish
lettersof credit.
P. BACH Free. S. W. CLARKSON. Cauhier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stoch,$510,000. Surplus, $15a,000.
tResoures, $1,100,000.
Organieed under the General Banking Lawn
of this State. tReceives deposits, buys and
sells esehange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit hoses to rent.
OpricEmc: Christian 'Mack Fren.; W. 0.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Biscoch,
Cashier: lt. J. Frito Assitant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
One-Quarter Off on all
GMSUITS
M1 TAELERS CcleEffporium
11 W. Washington at.

Fancy Virginia Feanuti
Fancy Virginia Peanutl
44 South M~ain Street.

--10cper pound
--------------------- ---- 11 lbs for $1
s ---- -- - - - - ----1 c por pound
s-- --2 lbs for $1
DEBAN &COMP.AN-Y.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
flitneitvtIitiamter of lte Wri-itkle
wtill lie isstued after rti lite.
The .A.1111,1,u anti Astli iii lite rkr
sott-et it-s till not liolil cellillt; this
wee-k.
"la ss (1ara "Milite, wos-ushas bttet
V: it tug "Miss MIty tCtoleyt. ctrie--
.ytstertday ltIe toPrtirotn.
Thet- Witetr Stit systill hltstits
ret-gllar lilt-elgo lciei thle- Vacatittn
for thse btnitlof itiose wo riem:aini
at Ants Arbior.
Mrs. Asntt tiler,:. LCl, rc-i-ttle
tells-cec iniaddlresll on "Tse Triil
a-ad Contdemnailtintf theist teeth
Ltvalt Sltdtoint"at Augsta, 11. t
I-ev. James KOKy App-lleedeliveredtl
a letuire last Iight .i the Citlitarioii
church 111111r ihe aices ~to tf tile Pith-
cal IEiitaliry ClubI. oltestubjet "Thst
LOST.
Fosittain tort, otn Moilenebetweens
Statec and. E. Ulserofty. Flitter
please retunl to Steward1's office.
tIUSTlL1 t "irANTED--To sell lie
oicialliapll tf the State of Mitchign
in AnntiAllies lnllYpsilati dinlg
spirin~g vacatiotn. Call at 47 S. Uil-
vt-rsity av-c., fl-ell 7 to S 1t. i.
The Fascinaltionl, thle net-st antdt
prettil-st twote tp.has lmadtdtanbtgglilt
inth ebti-ct. See it. Play it. tItty
if. 1411
Itosltretty.It'seC(tlt-y. Its Easy.
The Fscinattiton March. Jistotusst.
Feor sale att mulsic siorest. 1401
All candtidates for iltoe freohiaci
baseball teams report on the camphus at
4 oclock every afternloon for practice.
A. H. BOY:D.
test-A ladies' gold watch, fludser
please return to Stewards office, or
eo MIissItuthi G. Bet-kwith, 5:3S.
Tsvelfthlist.
Students-Leave your cases, etc.,
sWith the Argus Bindery before you
leave and get theint bound durinig va-
cation.
Subscribe for the Daily.

EAmericans Win in Olympic Garnet.
1I1 the tOlymic i-est, iiAllit-Is
peted ftrttheliii-tstite r:?-e.Ills Haill
ssos 18 sootnits, .OAli ElgliIinillt
Gotultdisig, wonltlllit-tlolt-sihet ini lit223
Tilicttbritd11jump1 sas wonsusby I:. II.
Claruk, utf lstthe stnAt hlettistism,
si-t-olll, stills C mt-ies. loses1..tol~l-
hotlly, of IBostsn, W so tist itsoill5
mesit-.cc cet-insietesrs.
Iliesisss I,. Burks, stf lIst- Botonl
ilt-ti--er lss nis; racle i i-15 sonds511.
II. B. Jansonrl, sof Piceonswsos ,.
ond1. Robrtt Ga(irs-tIt,-tsfIsrinse-etn,
Wonlthelist-ot:lalitosit11inieteis 22
ctsstiinfcro,
Flsik, all Autrac~liant, son tilht irst
hetftfIhe msilt csniss 4 litntt. 18 stes.,
Arthur MiBlke. of Blsolst, so-s setount.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS.
Ott accounttof tse spcriln;Sg vacaticis
thie Mie-higat CcstrcalIailrostt s-will
soil rtotundttiillticketsst ts-tducedt rates
Co studetis presentinsg cirtificates of
mnenicslsip. WVill sell ott Apeill 10
and 11i. (30011 to returns ustil atdlinit-
cludtinsg Apsril 20. FuH linlformiation
gilln <ttticket isffice.
Take- a tcopy of nfli Fstciittlie
Marh somse wsithi you. G(tit.isat mus-
sic stores. 1-40
Mtss Charlotte 0. Stoove, gete7- al
pianist anad accoumpatnist. House party
engagements satisfoetortly filled. Adl-
dress No. 48 S. Univrersity ave.
Mfessrs. Weiiglof, Kay R Co.'s assort-
inacut of Clocks co-uprsos hail clocks
with (lie celebra ted "Tnbnur Chimes"
trystai loc)-ks itilaid oithli ioy paint-
isgs, crystal clerks inlaid withlkbrll-
liunts, toritoise shell clocks, stesling sil-
ver locks, tluveling clocks, porcelain
clocks, ets., etc. They are te ints
their buyers could peoenre itt Vienna,
Pai'ils and London. CallI upon them
sohen in Detroit.n Their sleov- rooms
the 140 and 142 Woodacad ve.

MOORE & WETMORE
6OS. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
nAys A COMPLETE STOKt O
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
ror the Second Semester,
New and Second-Hand
which they offer
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GRANGER'S
You an ;Jin our clases row, or at
any tiue convensient to youseif, the
term startinsg weii you do Office nd
Acidemyti6lMaynardst
$Spring Perfumes$
$ We co sso you itiful astsort-
mtentofIte Itest floier sdrs.7
Veras Vilet, Vkiuleto of Sicly,j
Vistlt Blot, istlls, Seet Pees,7
etsa.Wecanease your taste
# PALMVER'S PHARMACY.
$WOe take h aad livery rdero fee
Hlmets'sLiery. tBest its toen.
Bicycles
"cVikii-tg
AND-
Hummer."
GOLF
AND
]BICYCLEs
SUITS.-
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
1~5 Main St.
SPECIAL.
Tb ETAS & SCHANZ sell Sisn and Panto
ai-Jt prices to suit everyody we tine d
repairisig, leanitg and ppressing. Work
called for and deivered. No- nSS ate st.,
ecotid floor.
0 . MlARTIN, Funera IDirector, Cloth
an etallic Caset tid Fine ras
Collies. Emalming a Speiaty. No. 17 S.
Fourths eve.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLORL and Bath-
room. All ~ppointmets eirt last,
Imported and domestic cigar. Ladles' ati-
tic hair dressing and athig parsrs. d. R.
Trojaneasi 8tS. State st.
FingHEN YOU WANT your clothe cleaned
VYprtssed, reined or rebound go to Mrs
Fnere, over Shehans oekstore. Lb-
oratory aprons nade to order
ANEW

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