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THE U. OF M; DAILY
A geativ
EASY ~~LiE~?J]G1J ITIT
110 )ok lw "ooI I :_ aoanCluli ondeg Inthelew SPI~NG STY LES .diLEADING&SHADtES tnave aritee.they s i
o(Mdt q ttte i ses t()14 ONLY $14.00. flneet fttting shirts tie.coutry ever prodcet and for sale only a
p ice-itsl oeff tt,,ts . I JILL,
thi tskC tt/J. it7IS tLIS IN OO~OIIN
* CALKINlS' LA..LEFE- pS N POPRTOS
3 PHARMACY. 1" W ILSEY,SAISLttto LttttlAt ittl.nSANSTEE
4Soutthsttee Street, UP- T AIS1LNIG tE N '.TtR , S AA N S R E

MOORE& ETMORE,

BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND C)ittNEt OFC 'STATE ANt Wt It.AM SaTtREETS.

NE-W ANI) SECOND IhIANS).
Our Stock -rili be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

Oo'TE 7L~33, 113 RMEBER, THAT YOU CAN BUY
ANt1 i_.sIet c: "Riei d te s a1c80c ]. ?l c

Call on i. Fulde. te
Tailor, itppiosite te Law Butildintg,ost
W illiatt-at., flrst door wrest of State-st.
Cteantng, repaitrintg and pressing lane neati.
Saitntonortder aeieetaty. Att wrkefirst-etass.

tier

Pumpkin, ~ .dPLI$0 Sueasle, - - '- - < : IF YOU WANT TO
2 "Lake Shtote," - -" 1.at)or iane nome IRepairing dane go In
CtitiAt AC Andtlnl othter Cannoed Gotids it troporitonaite itnice of 'Win riolitk, 3 anSr
BROWN'S DR1UG STOR-E. 44 Main Street, South. DJEAN & COMPANY.
{ UNIVERSITY NOTES. At line indoor atlhletic ineet held IH2. 1 1 O USEi
W~Jill You Look Iis the darkness F ;O ed er, tee, ttittt 'iot recently at the Untiversily of Illitnoiso WITH SIX LOTS
tendrtss-, ttth. . lree home records were established. Z 0 _Z . ..
At our Show Windowv? Iitolls D' lofll mnseont-e- tt, ie iiithtre etateet aonThne record of tine sitot itt is now j 5
it A i i l- t i C'.. eotttit e ats feetf loch. iRutnning high iunt pi13is 1 3 t". , C ni Ct Cist 4,"tes arits i t r b u t'l kthnnlNrppdi ydiln'gI ro . n i o- frsl taot n -
CC ish -itt . . . feet 341Ichleslad itcht tnd pteer ttit c-nstoe. A erylaren t
iroietiltntt0.1i -hapte. l tree ehl ntc h in
GUITARS Sicit-itgen-W iscottain totnsiti. kick is i}laced at 3fee (leele t - foretehleter telliad ooi.Voil
ANti J ilolograpina of tie detal tiepart- STe legislaltre of Meissounri has t'Ctet' tyiiCittitst iCCCl at
P RICES. -nienteertater, Thursday. apnproprialed $250,000 for a nerie 56IWest Liberty Street,
There tnill be a niportant iee-l-mnain tbuildhing, ie ntlae teltiere oeS KIRAUISE, ANN Attior, 311tent
THE ANN A13ttl OUGitANi CO.,-
51 souhatin itreiet, tog of tine Athletic Association bnoacti burned last year. fiery also gave
on__________________0 Moinday evening. tine $oo,ooo, receiv-eti fronm lie
.VNIGHIGAery h nir eio a casgoenet sltisui' hreo foutnd thirentannes pooled on the list the direct tax, to tli niviersity.
Tillne Table irvce di Novembner -A,192liAL O --
enEApi WEST.r.ne. of those whlo passed its Evideince. Tine InlndrLteagete entertainment CAL-
Itl _----- 5 ChcaoSpecial - t, 08 ,
tDeny 1 8 p C ----5 i305Day Excents---- £ 27 Twventy-five cents acdnits 10 the neat Monday evening well consist oi
4s~U~e a .i N. . iin~'ited ) debate tonighnt. Buty youtr ticket of a lecture by M~r. Taka iKawadca. His -r A J
Ningar a 'attn tnt IiII p
t~c. fina-aF~xpess.n.'tv Botwdish or of Mtoore &Wetmore. subject,--'rie Stats of Woen in F I~ v L
D. N.ET'pres- td( t. tR crn . --tat- on5e4t8
Attanni Ecten l50 tii.NightiLSp - a tIn line Jeflersoniata Society has re- Japan," trill be treaederuntder thee
it ' I t. arets . - 10 dO Otteitie E tems isUI'
o.i.te-e1's1V.H~~e solved to organize a baseball nime, followring heads: (a.) Education of
0 . 1. cn etiCttiedeo. At. Attet Arboar. ainil challenge tierlWebster for a gis. (2o.) ,The social life. (3)rTe The Leading Tailoe-,
FIS A INALATgae.ennploymnt of weomeen. (4.) ]Mac-
FIS ATON.L-B NK ei>.ierote ninterested n the c-ie .)Itririaif. 6. i- o~)t~tepina enoeeeimetr nl
OF ANN ARBIOR.Eer1rig.()Marelf.(6 - --ic~ cto ~earorie-et. ticrrieetie)c
Capcital,IPiitisdd. Serplus aid Prsisofits ,0. life of Christ sleouilinear tine lecteere vocce. (y-) The legal rights of mteee'ie'ntltteCeinthle citic0te
eigerleaen1c t ok. letters of crnleditrocued by - o rxnditeStir wcsomretn. (8.) The attitude ofavonnen
ftn treern atenonid. P.TItAiti, Pres. evneing. themenlves to ameliorate their owin No"-2 E. Washinngton-St., Near Main
S. iv. CiAteteNes. dashee. Tierre wiii be a meeting of liecd ion
Oratocical Association, Tuesday liefT ovu itsiniilb~
ID c~~ YOU DA~i1N'C ev enting, for the purpose of circling discissed at the next joint debate of__________________
I10tofficers and a delegate to Oberlin. the Jeffersolat a and Webster socie-
GRANGER'~~~~~ ACADEMY, ~~~Tine fracle board has organized tc:"eovd httegrrn II~WV'al~f~~
4Mx'sAesets STr., - ANN ARFicitei ittier following for officers: I,. mg hud w n oerah n- u~n~o.Snisas~ntcltt
ftgetteshouldeowneandiconinoltaicecittaiti5Ce000.lSurA.usratt Panfits
n eoet ictc'arit itsl to3nbiy 13et,1. A.Prtt an ggeditor; James qoasi-pobhic corp orations." The Dr enn akn uies rci
_____________________ P rentiss, business manager, and Jeffersonian ill be represented by terestn Saving Deposits. Hsfn ncey
Mesrs Shkap ndSexonendth R DeSposit oen. foR. SSen ii
Send It.12,:,or3 50 fCa Sam- Miss Cooley, secretary. Msrselnp Banko adth . EPF rseenF.aaH.aBEvEing.si
petatl }:fAoasby expres o ef ese scey hcedteWebster society by Messrs.T roy Bank__oenSaturda___evenin_.
Cl pir erCSICnait tin y ers i____heWebstersocietyelectedthe
Put upad eleigant bases andtend afihi. officers rpr
V by icitty pure. Suitable e rflohn fi est nighti: Presi-anFakr.TeWbtrer-
PRESEN .'S. axreinchrgssintatives will support the afinine- 0. K. BARBER SHOP,
- repaid. Reer to allChiago dent, J.W. Murdock; vice-president, live side of tine question. The di- IN 'CONNCTnION,
Fj ay it once- Addressn,- Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
C. F_~ c.~ GUNTHER. Confectinner, J- A. Bemley; secretary, R. A. bate wihh occur on ther lest week in Tabs.
Cady 212 id'tcrttiStenneily April. 305E. Wnshngton St. . . 5TROJANOWSKI
tenet ILNOS. Rchrson, rtiP. V. Fn15y.1 0Baths fore M.00.

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