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January 18, 1893 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

GREAT CLOTHING SALE.
ALL OVERCOATS AT 4 OFF.
ALL SUITS AT ; OFF.
ALL SINGLE PANTS AT 4 OFF.
See these bargains before buying.
WADHAM8, KENNEDY d REULE.

gig SITABE FOR THE WEAHBIiam
SKATING CAPS, MUFFLERS, HEAVY UNDERWEAR,
WOOLEN HOSE, GLOVES AND MITTENS. A LARGE
VARIETY AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP

AT THE TWO

SAMS.

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000,
Surplus, $110,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this state. Receives Deposits, buys and
sells exebange on the principal rities of lbs
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Officers:
CHRISTIA MACK, Pres.,
W. D. HARRIuAN, Vice Pres.,
CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Cashier.
M. J. FRITZ, Asst. Cashier.
RAN DALL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
30 East Huron street,
S"HAVE EARN.ED AN
HREPUTATION
FOR US FOR s3 YRS.
0 vOUR TRADE
SOLICITED
E A SO Veyli n
S c .

PATRONIZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP!
No. 4 EAST HURON STREET.
-ATHE ARGUS,3--
FTINE JO f fININ@,
AT LOW PRICES.
NOTICE!
TO EVERY STUDENT of the University of
Michigan not to o home without a box of our
ine Chocolate Bon Bons. We guarantee to
hethe largestand finest stockand loest
prices in the city. Don't forget the somber
andnamie. R.. JOLLY & CO., No. 26
South State Street.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Wed., Jan. 18-Fourth number S.L. A. course;
Itev. Lyman Abbott, of Plymouth church,
New York, subject, "Democracy of Learn-
Thursday, Jan. 19-Jeffersonian Literary
society.
Sat., Jan. l-Choral Union Concert, Miss Mar-
guerite Hall, soprano, of Boston, and Mr.
Constantine Steanberg, of Philadelphia,
pianist, Universiiy Hall.
The American and English Ency-
clopedia of Law has been added to
the law library.
It is stated that President Harri-
son may, at the close of his term of
office, go to the Pacific coast and
deliver a course of lectures at Leland
Stanford University.

Coal !
11 W. Washington St.
PIONE NO-8 _.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Candles
--AT__
**TUTTLE'S,'.
48 SOUTH' STATE STREET.
Yale Against Harvard.
The Yale-Harvard debate takes
place tonight, at Sander's Theatre,
Cambridge. Arrangements are com-
plete, and seats are already scarce.
The judges are announced as Speaker
Barrett, of Massachusetts House of
Representatives, Professor Seligman
of Columbia, and Pres. Andrews, of
Brown University. This is contrary
to precedent, inasmuch as the result
of previous debates have usually
been left wich the audience. Yale
has the affirmative of the question,
"Resolved, That the power of rail-
road corporations in the United
States should be restricted by
national legislation." Her speak-
ers are: E. R. Lamson, F. E.D on-
nelly, and H. K. Cummings, all '93.
Harvard talks negatively through C.
Vrooman, E. H. Warren, '95, and
A. P. Stout, '93. After the debate
a banquet will conclude the affair.
W. P. Luther, '92 law, is in At-
lanta, Ga., practicing law.
H. K.. Bente, '73 law, is detained
at his home in Missouri on account
of his mother's illness.
Ilarvard is 225 years old and has
graduated 18,ooo students.
As a means for raising the revenue
of the University of Wisconsin, the
Board of Regents have decided to
raise the tuition and fees of the stu-
dents. With the beginning of the
next school year the fees for a resi-
dent of the state will be $25 per
year; for a non-resident, $50 per
year.

Excelsior Laundry,
20 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work Garanteed. Goods railedcor
and delivered. A. F. COVERT. Prop.
2] Years in the 13usiness.
CITY LAUNDRY.
M. M. Sea bolt, No. 4 N. Fcurth St.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
IN CONNECTION,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs.
0 E. Washington St.J. R. TROJANOWSKI.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $17,'".
Does a general Banking business. Pays in-
terest on Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Boxsa for Rent.
R. EEMPF, Pres. F. H. BELSER, Cashier.
Bank seen Saturday evening.
S i 1 WE.WashingtonStreet.
SPECIAL SALES.
FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
irn OUNDERWEAR
REDUCED TO
9801
ONE WEEK ONLY.
GOODSPEE D'S
TAILORINGt-
DEPARTMENT.
S30100 SUITS
REDUCED TO
ONE WEEK ONLY.
GOODSPEED'S
SHOEZ
DEPARTMENT.
Pus. SAMPLE
100 CONGRESS SHOES
REDUCED
1-8.
ONE WEEK ONLY
GOODSPEED'S

Sixty thousand students this year
Groat Haliay Sao! ejoSi the benefits of the Univer-
sityExtension lectures by Oxford
-AT- professors. Four thousand of them
were artisans.
)WA ahr's There are seven college dailies in
the United States, one tri-weekly,
sT 0K two semi-weeklies, fifty-five bi-
weeklies, forty-four weeklies, and
288 monthlies, with over a hundred
Note the Following Prices: bi-monthlies, quarterlies, etc.-Ex.
Geo. Eliot, Complete, 6 vols., $1.44 The president of Harvard college
Thackerys, Complete, 10 vols., 2.40 has promised that, if a quarter of a
Dickens, Complete, 15 vols,, 3.60 million dollars could be raised to
Emerson's Essays, 2 vols., .95
Prescotts Peru, 2 vols., .75 defray the cost, the venerable uni-
Prescotts Mexico, 3 vols., .95 versity would admit women to its
500 Volumes Standard Books, 48c each.
Examine our Stock and Prices privileges by considering the annex
Before Buying. a part of the institution.-Ex.
Dr. Elmer Hagler, who has been
east visiting the leading hospitals of
the country, has returned to the
22 South State Street,
and 4 North Main Street. University, and baa assumed charge
(OppositeCourtouse.) ofpthe demonstrational course in

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