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October 25, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-25

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AT THE TWO SAMS. Elegant line of Underwear at FIFTY
We wish to call your particular attention to the fact that our CET
Stock, as usual, includes a general andI complete line of high class CNS Better grade at SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
clothing. Young M en's All grades of Underwear in 1Fine Silk, W00ol. Merino and 13a1-
S7 7 = '. I TD _7== 0_ =Sbriggan
made upl with all the detail, care and skill which characterizes thse1 Sole agcents for The Joras Hlygienic Underwear.
best ineclant tailoring work.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule. 2'..Tv T/O 2/.S
Ann Arbor Savings Bank PATRONIZE T .l rv 1 t AnnI
tsArbor Mich. Capital Stock, $50,00, OWEN'S BARBRtSH3OP ! L V}AI AIs 1:'(--ir"(IP uifltSu plul$150,000
Organizseiuader the GenerailiBanking Laws No. 4NEST 111-IrON STEET
ot this state. Receives Deposits, buys aad _______________________
sells exchage ott the prieici~ial cities of the "
lndcided tto. Drafts cashieduop opper --T HE A RCU S-
:slestiIScuoo. Officees: s
CutustSriNiso. Pres., f1fJ1
NV.1). HRItacauo, VicPres., ~ J~f~I'I
HAto'e, S.lH.iveicu T iss'CiiOctober 22-29.WAGNER & CO, Tailors.
I' IFEN TSCHLER, f-P4l ~B1.h~~gT~
_No ' A Fi neITSNhewerK.BAtRB, EwPerelaj

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Te following program still be
___________________________retndered Wiedneoday evening, at
7:30:Vocal solo, iir. Ptratt; inu-
7u30l address, President U. F. Ihick-
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, icy; declamation, 1. J. hBrucec;era-
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS lion, P~. M. Tiny; msusic, guitar and
30sotuon scctreet, msandolin duct, Messrs. Shipp and.
Harris; lDehate: Resolved, That
S HAEcEsNEDceAN the love of money is dlisplacing the
ENVItABLEtl love of liberty in the Uisited States,
H OR IeTS o 3YS. afirnmative, J. S. Phillips and J. A.I
0 OCTEDacc Bhordecaux, tnegative, A. S. McIntyre
EA H and - . TI. Waddle. The itnatigurat
s A D" addtress seas postponeid last wecek.
xOpp, Court Huse,'i
Pickets for the S. L.. A. course
s le scais ticobtaitnedifromi the folloinig.
W ahr~s tersous: W. XV. Griffin, president;
C. L.I'Tsonmas, vice -presidlent; I1J. F.
RE Bickley, recording secretary; iH. N.
fi ~ (oddarrl, assistant treasurer; Miss
B ~ 0 K~ i 0 *Lucy I. lTertots, 'Miss Blertha Sciu-
rut, iH. ItI. Lovelanid. Committee-
men-Literary, F. F.. Janette, '93;
W. XV. Wedemeyer, '94; J. B.
Brooks, '95; J. I. Todo, '96; ).
Special Discountt ott Lasw Books, I'K Carman, '96; F. V. Swan, '96.
Lase, J. A. Btordeautx, '93; J. Mur-
Medical, D~ental andc All University dock, '9,;AV. I. Werner, '94
Text-hooks. ITe largest Medical, nm. Blair, '95,;XV. E,
Chapmsan, '93; F. Ptierce, '95; H.
D. Haskins, '96. Homiropathic,
Eit . C. Birown, '93.lDenttal, A. I;,.
St~donts Noto Bo LfTeoty, '93; FE.M. Graves, '93. Hlight
School, W. H. Hiadley, H. C. Al-
weard. 'rickets also on sale at Bow-
its the city for 25 ceetts. Agent for dish's, State street, antI at Moiore &'
Keuffel & Esser Mathientatical Instru- I Wetmore's, Main street. Single
metsts. Unider prices ott everything, tickets to Ingersoll lecture, one
dollar each; to Reed lectsure, 75
-----cents each. Boards open on Satur-
STZO S: day, Oct. 29, at r p.,in., at Bow-
South State Street and Main Street. diash's atnd at 'Moore & Wetmore's
Ot poseite Ceuet Hease). store.

N0. 12 w. HURON ST. Al 4SIII ~I
ANNOUNCEMENTS. c.zasto, SisOasD. N stistt so7 d Proils, $I U(a.
Does a geneealtBanking busciness. toys in-
Nitrit-E-All seonsen of all dc- tevest on Saningtepsits. Hasusautety-
partmeats of the University Will it DeEpsi4. t 4oxes forRenit. ste.
please consisler themselees invited Btank otenS aturday evenisc.
to the Freshmnisptread, Oct. 28S
even if through msistake they receive aSefr nE.wsingolte.
no itnvitation. IAnNCsss iitI.5'stiitttict
All Dhemocrats frots Grandi Rapi- ~S n.
ids asnd the Fifth Congressonal iDis- OO SceiI
trict,dcesirinag to go honme to sote

send your name andI home addiress
tiefore October a6 to
G. K IPEItti
p i- t i2 First Street.
All Ohio Repuiblicanso wisinig to
go hsonme tt sole free of expenses,
still meet its room t a, late buildittg,
*Wednesdlay at 7 Ii. Y".
S1Ir. i-larcit, who seas sent to (Chi-
cago to consult the Republican
Central Comrmittee, returned yester-
clay, stating that tranlsportation to
that place andt state will be paid.
All Michigass Repsiblican stuidents
arc retiuested to useet in cluib rooms
on Tusdcay evening, at 7:30, 1o
organize a clsib ansI to perfect final
arrangemntts for goitig honie to
Thse Repuibliran chub will meet in
law lectutre rooms, tonight, at 7:30.
Speeches and distribution of leans-
portatiotn tickets. Arrangements
will be mtade for others whtoswishs to
go house.
Demsocrats from Grand Rapids
and the fifth congressional tdistrict
desiring to go house to vote musst
scnd in name and address today
('Tuesday) to
G. Kscit'I, S First street, city.
FOOTBALL. N orire-The managers
of all class teamss intending to con-
test for the championship are re-
cquested to baud names of their team
to me. AV. E. GRIFFIN,
'Varsity Football M'g'r.

19 S. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
17 S. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
Sole' Agents fir the -,'Millet'
Ilass."' Fine Linse of
15 S. Main.

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