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THE U. OF M. DAILY
RBASLL A FINE DI8PLAY 6 FANC SHIRTS ! .
NOTICE! A42 . aStI Irt Flor

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Ar~a %% ittcnh Ia lat l Ia
I.IrliitlSpangan~f f:, :Slinl :
:Stl,1ttnsres,
Chocolates and Cigas,

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Giars, J a1)os,
All Elegantly Fiaished and Lich in

1i %t UICL W i UJI, UJLV4 L X if)IODU+

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_LOBIL YS 7
BIETTER BUY TWO OR THREE- .

ATY CALKIN'S.
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer.' SELLING R:APIDLY.

MOORE &WETMORE BOOK STORlES N- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
ANDC0h -l(?' 'ATE A:h OWILIAMSTREETS.
NEW AM ) SECON D IANi).
Our Slock wil be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
nEMME THTYCNBYI Call on Win. Fulde, the
,-$oTailor, oppo-ite the i sw IBuliling,on
TQ n EEBRTA omaN BUY Williaon-st., filrst door awest of State-st.
3 le b. 'Clipper jirtoill Solid meat T fai o r $1,101 per dol. Cleaning,reeariingnndilrensing;dlnnetly!.
- Dolphiiall 1'-' I.15 -Suitsntonrdneer secty. All w i rtit ~a-class.
"htiaersi(le - - ' 1.2(0
LJ- -V-akL3'Iti(< LiG 11' YO U WANT ' TO
2 WinalonCuriah, - - - - - 1.10 ~ o
i2H1AC1"Z Primrose - -"- 1.38
cci tti a- t- 2 'Lade Shorie, -I1.50 ei hate sannielRepairing; dane -a in
Aiid allother Caiined Goads at prptiona~te price ohfW -n r off 3! ai tre
BICYCLES 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES.

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A silly inatleli, a!fcre.
Aturit!Sho~w Wiitdoasf 11to l S CIuittea freeezing -ltd, anti tat
it. ~ ~-~-~b<~hShenssuntg tar dttvaece:
A 1.i A! Pbox laalbeeia ilaccad in
GUITARS 1 the Law building.
NT)About taveinty-five meitntere train-
PRICES. ing at the fiel yesteray.
Far World'a h-air acconiimodation
£111E ANN A13lIORG~lAN CO., apply to A. AV. tiall, In S. Slate at.
5tt Iui Main street Prof.lBigelowv, of Htirvard, in lee-
I . tu11ling to the p. . Inawa on mo~lar-
TnTa xvsd) oenmbe- 2,to. an prof. Stainley given han finst exam-
AST p. C'g.WETa. aM.noination in course c b.,Ht-laory of
DayEt ps --ilai-- c I0 ha ipres---- 8 21 Masio
N. S. Limitietd..----- t28 al- -------- ic i , today.
N.-.y, Illiel --_. N-. n'itlet!- S1at! Morrison, '94 law, lana been con-
3liagaaCail. Si'! 11 ipim
a, in,. C13itagaitl x-. a ; 1 infled to lain roonii for two weeks
f. N. Expeess-_.a a88 t G . ?Express _--5a4n
Atlantic En itc---8.0510Clii. iigt Lap I 05with malarial fever.
.T. R!. 5<viieesn .10 0tO litiiaEixpiess. toia
,0 Vt. Rrto.ai 5. H. WI-I Ayria, - bMias Ethelwyn Plliliplpi, '9; cleat,
O~ihnTAnnlltctla, g! Ani ~i.hasa beets doiing extra work for the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK at two weeks in a Clhicago offic -.
OF ANN ALWOR. E2.1B. Cower, '93 law, b!an beata
Capitil, '$1t, 1x10. Surlusi antd PeafitA,(0)tlatii ppointed to take chnarge of the CU
Transact, t general ibaniniig buinetilttfor-r ,
etgneeiantol,alttieeanofncredtt peocueed of M. exhibit at the A-orlala Faitr.
tar traeelernahbrtati.
P. BA4CH ,Penn, Rev. H. L. Willett, of Chicago,
a. on. CLARnKSoN, cashiee. owill lireachi at the Chaurcha of Clirist,
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. next Sunday, morning and evening.
I ThrIAU le Press Club will meet on Sat-
udyevening, Mtay 6, at 7:30
GRMheb Glin 'speial1bit yMrurangel rdlykin room 112, law building.
includen hisi-,amitlyhome, aad contaiisate Mr. F. P. Tcanr '92 lanw, who
fiiiest and itest arranged rooian fr instrutioan
to be taund theiiii Stite, has been employed at the World's
Officee Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. Fair, will spend the next few weeka
Send $15,$2 $3 ri50 fCa San- in town.
Vl..l. pe ieisl insby spensne The Missouri students of the law
IYflT the BEST CANDIES in America.
Fat ap in eiegant baxas anddeatetrehiknofgvga
striicily pare. Suitabie f dprmetaethnigofgvnr
PEESEN'TS. Express chatrgesbaqetoheMsursudnsf
prepaid. efiestoalCicago anqe oteMsortdnso
C.iFyGiTHsEAdRCeoerthe University, so me time next
2~WV 152Slate Street. mnth.
CHICAGOsILINOIS. m

Prof. ttemipl. b as a very inlerent- 1.. L RXIG1 O1.$1
ing article in the Natton on thle WITH SIX. LOTS
termts tgrasn witlonv" and "wtidlowt~lQ
benwitched."'--
There avill lie a nieeting (Itthe A l itce hI Ie th .Iot p t li-
ariousa conmmittees hoc 'gp a nocial pricee ( It-It I t Itt;tIofhoe.Aver i toani
Proit tInin \ot.1 -littpe e a It-t t hirdt
Saturday at in a. in.i - llintomll ft ittrtnt-e hill a1It,! ttttittattom. IItit -
I~reri "w e ttpl teiort octy- hotttte,
at whlich en-cry uelliber in xcccitedlit a y itnt.,ttlalt Ot,
to lie present.% 56 West Lsbesty Street,
Alis Minnie hacry, lit., itasiteena S. KRAUSE, ANN Ai 10 Thuci.
attending the WN. C. T. U. conven-
tiona at Duandee, for thletpast taco
dayn,"an delegate froiisthlaccollege x = z~z~-nisanniaiazS snsssssnn.za
V. AV. C. T. C.

Johinntone's hook of original po-
ems is just out of the larena. It wvill
be of especial interest to the atu-
cdensts of thec C. of 11., of whlicha is-
stitution the authsor is a graduate.
The incessant rains of thelastaa
fewc days have seriously interfered
witha athaletic work. In view of the
nearness of field day, this is lunfort-
unsate; but only omakes practice on
every good day the more iiecessary.
The Phi Kappa tPsi Fraternity
has recently purchased line house
whsicha it has occupied for the last
ten years, between two anid three
acres of thse lanai surrounding lise
house being included in the pur-
chase.
Prof. Adams is delivering a weekly
series of lectures at Grand~ Rapids
on list Railroad Problenm, in the
Political Economy course given by
the University Circle of that city.
At a later time Prof. Taylor will
give one or more lectures on the
fSilver Question.

-CALLF ON-

". H. WILD
The Leatding Tailor,
For-net CiteS naor t-atttmtt-Sinit. Tena-te-.
No.2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
to ?hir'ad daa ank.
Capital, $an,00.Srepusaendt!Proitsi, $7,000t.
Dones a generaiBSnaking bausiness. Cars ha-
terest an Saving Dleposits. Has safety
Deposit Bases Car Rent.
Rt. KEMCF, Fees. F. H. BELSEE, Cashier.
Sank teen Satardav evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
IN CONCIN,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs.
305E. Wsskingtan St. J. R. TROJANOWSKt
30 Baths fnr $5.00.

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