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Our SR cR ,X-I bLfeopet nIOrPic~a o a e L et
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'nd Man~y 'REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
0thb, ( iip r1rm-solid mea1t Tomaltoes for $1l10 per elsz.
i[ake Pumpkein, - - - -+0 s
2 "Winslow corn, - - 1- .1.5
I u - 2 " Primrose - - '13
"LAT- 2 l ake shore," - - - - 15 ))''
Antd all other Canned Goodls at proportionate lprice of
BU' ru rle 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
Will You Look
At ouir Siow Windlow''If tolls
i's owLstory about
'THE+ ANSI ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
51 Sooth MainStret.
Time Table (R~evsed) Novembhe 24,i89n.
EAST. p. lie. WEST. a.tn
Mail ------4 25 Chicago Special - 1(1ff
Day Express. - _ 1--5 3 Dy Express---- 8 27
N.S. Limited -- 2 Mail - ______a 3
NY.Limsited----- 945 N.S.. united--.594
Niagara boll, Sp'1-lli, p. rsa.
a.ia, Chicago Ex, rca. 2lis
D). N. Express >..318 C0. It. lExpress, -- 5 418
Atlantlic Express.. 18 0 Chi. NightSexp-- 9(0
(G. it. Express.... 10404 Pacific Expresa 55 21
0). 5.RIrocx. H. CV, HArES,
o. P & T. A e at, Chicago. Agt. Atna Arbha.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP ANN ARtBOR.
Capitol, $101,:100. Surplusad Profits, $341140.
Transacts is geaeral baking busineas, for-
eigaocarhal -e solIlettesa of credit prsoure
for trarelere aboado.
P. BACH, Pre.
S. W. Ca.ARO as(ahie
DANCING and DEPORTMENT.
The boild iag specially built by Mr. Granger
includes his family home, and conas taha
fineat and beat arranged roolma foerlitraction
ts be fouad in the State.
Office, Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST.
- Send $525, $2, ar PI $Ifor Sam-
S.... pie itetail Boxbsybexpresaf
tYf~ he BEST CANDIES~ in America.
Put ap in elegant boaxes and
ntrictly pare. Suitable for
PRESENTS. Expreas charges
212 State Street,
N. J.lBEAiN. Edlitor.
WI- 1a011akelour elelives a plest
And~ departinog lease behiad u
l' eelis Oftreliefandet.
Prof. Griffiln lertulres to the laws
C. Ml. .huh has been appointed
'athletic editor of thse DAILY.
There will probably be 0 '94-'96
baseball game tomorrow or Satur-
tunvitatios have hecn sent out for
tile Hobart Guiltd aocial next Sar-
A student seas arrested yesterday
for violating the ornlinance against
riding bicycles on the sirlewvalks.
Thse julnior iasswill hsare thlcir
first section quizzes its Partnershlip
this week, coverinig tsc first six licr
It is aaid nl1 good athority tilal
the students spend annsually in Aenn
Arbor more than tweclehundred
P~rof. Carhart read an interesting
paper before thc National Academy
of Science, in Washington, last Fri-
day, on certain electrical psropo-
Princeton students are taking a
hsand in politics with the purpose of
breaking up an unscrupulous politi-
cal ring in the town of Princetown.
As there are only 900 voters in
town, the students hold the balance
R. A. J. Shawv, formerly weitli'94
nosy of the Unsiversity of Chirago,
swas recenstly elertetd speaker of thle
ifouse of Repre-sentlatives of tise
University of Chilcago.
A conmnittee of co-eds visitesd the
legislatlure last week a111 urgedl the
passage of the $20,000 approp1riatieon
lfor the co-ed annex. It is saird tie
bachelor legislators swere favorably
Thle U. of Ml. exhibit still occupy,
3,000 square feet of floor space ic.
the liberal arts building besides con-
siderable space in the Michsigan
state building. tn amolunt of space
given to American colleges see rank
second only to Harv-ard, svhich has
4,000 square feet.
Sevensty-six U. of At. students
have engaged sviths tiscColombian
Wheel Chair Co., and will spend the
summer vacation at the Woid's Fair.
This conmpany emsploys 2,900 stu-
dents and the U. of M., according
to reports, ranks first amnssg the
susiversities of thse coulntry in the
number of students on tile rolls or
A joint debate has been arransged
betwveen the University of Minnesota
and the University of towa. The
debate will he held in Minneapolis,
May 27, on the question: "'Resolved,
That thse Government should owns
and control the telegraphs," and
will be affirmed by the University
of Minnesota and denied by the
t University of Iowa.
Calon Wi. Fulde, lie
Tbailor, opposite the Lsr JiililIg, 011
WVIlliam-1st.,Illst 51o)o1 west (If State-st.
Cleoain, ep airing ad pressing don(e1neatly5.
snstomo 1e secaty.lllwrkfist-las.
IF YOU WANT TO
1B3UY MAl~ar= .C1001%
lor hare some Repairing doe goestI
Mhm Arnjolk, 36 Maim Street
WITH SIX LOTS
Asl t ;(l house-. with absout (el-sty 1l1t.e
Ipice of isst sel e lair<."oe l 1
lerpcrI IinstNo.tlI sp se. r 1'e-haltolir
floorifoae bhall or'blliard room111. I55sll
lalle axneex-ellent (pllme 1o11sciety rhou~se.
E,1s I-yerI. ('sllsat
56 West Liberty Street.,
S. IiIIAUSE. ANN AsuuoR. AM-In.
G. H. WILD
The Leading Tailor,
(-saly Sect sor >frcotte. II resetlt
IllosI es(Iplcle stosirIif)aC ileciy1at
No.-'2 . Washingtn-St., Near Main.
Capi t, $5,00-. Srplua and Pt, 517,000
os a general Banking business. Pays in-
terestaon Saving Deponits. Han safety
Dlepasit Baxes for Seat.
E. KEMPFPen. F. H. BELSER, Canhier.
Sank onen Saturday evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Fine Shower Baths, News Porcelajis
30SE. Washington St. J. 5. TROJANOWSKIA
3S Baths foris$5.