THE U. OF M. DAILY.
THZxi F. C. STEBBINS, THE NEWV
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER OCDNA
IHLIADLE[ LUNUDYMAN 0C IEN A
Is soiling coo1poo lhook~s good YSLNI IH
for $3for $2.50. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK.
7 f fStudents and ciizens should make this
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED iheir headquaarter olie in Ypsilanti, ansi I
assure them they will find me, aa ever,
. f 24 . WIIAMI ST'REET. W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
Mar t OE THE SIMPLEX PRINTER. EXIL DREFS,
Makt od ta : tasnoiatbePre. ipl;Duale riig nSih;A ntinilveintioni for duplicating Tie IUA1.-.L
Peranet AigneIsanl copies of writings anid drawngs. Th tt '~i atkilaieP
Changable ype.Best rferences possibiEu Nrope, ?New Fork
J. S. PEARL, Agent, City, thn sin satd Ann Arhort
ttnskisgton st., Attn Arbor, Mk'ki. - _ 6ciS. 'tile si tCome and see us.
rFLAG PINS $I,504 I - THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
I .. Ann At hoa C apital Stock, 55,0000.
SYellow and Blue But - 5oplan, $50S,0.
~t~ tons SOC. ta noiiaa riay orgaizted under the GeneraliBankigLuawi
'i FihU.oom r h an e,0 oiesal an orierypaper with of thisStatte tiRecives.deposits, boys aiid
yearh7U. o .rteaypen, ttf typwieranabetmade. Fifty sells exchange on theirpinteipal cities of thie
year75c coiesof tpewite maus'ipt:. produced tUnitedl States. iDrafts ranked upon proper
in 15 minutes. Sed for circolars antisamples identification. Safety deposit hoses to renit.
-AT- ofsnarlk. AGENTS WANTEDtOreeicus: Chiristian Allaek, tires.; W. it.
WX..RNOLIS ewelr.larrimaii. Vici'-lrcs.; than. N. fliscock,
WM RODS eee. LAWTON & CO., Cashier; Al. J.i'ritzAOssistattCashiec.
I20 "~ lO eny St.,New York! The Daily $2.50 a year..
ORDiERl YOt'RlCOAL (OF
M. TA BL I.
(IFt ties It XV iSinuton it.,'Phone No.8
Ystins: fit C.I.11, 'Phone No. 5t.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 1I a.ini., Genteman beginnerneclass.
Saturday, 4lp.in., Lady begitiners elass.
Monday 7:30 p. ni., Advanced Class (Ladies'
Tuesday, 7:30 p.mi., IBeginners Clas(Ladles
Privaite lessons by appoititmenit.
SCHOOL. 46 S. ST ATB ST.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
at etit rule pries at the
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
sod Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
a1e tihe largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO15
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, stt,tt0. Surplus ned FPecilin, $40,000.
Transacts a getieral banking hbuiness.
Faretignenx'hangsoaught andnaild. Furnish
ietters of credit.
P. BACH, Frms. 5. W. CLARKESON, Cashier.
Miss Hattie Long,
, GVita", 3Mandolin ,and Banjo,
05 Miller ave., Ann Artor, Mtch.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
Os Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds and chattel
mortgages at collateral. Diamonds taught
and sold, Watces and Jewelry ntceiy re-
paired. Office at my rmsidence, 33IR. Liberty
stel cty. lHours: s8tla. m., itoa3nndf7to
J. C. WATTS.
Make no tniltake. Do you want a lamp? We caii show you a great
variety and give you lower prices thao any house iii this market
An examination of our stock demnstrates that it contains the hest
aind most improved lamp moade. 'thirty-thlree years experience iin the
Lamp Rosiness is ncrth something. Muy of sis and get Olin henefit of it.
]D AIr & COMP-& N YT.
44 South Main Street.
'The freliis'n 111aytilt'Noirmiial re-
serves at Yptsilanti Stutrday.,
The fr'i'htniwill lioldI a iiit
today itt the chiatpel at 4 o'clock.
:Miss Marie louise Bailer w'ill give
it pialto recittil at Frieze Memorial
Thllsfilstcas cotuntry ruiiiosithtie
hare and hiotund clutb will start frto
the gym Sttrdany, itt 3 p. in.
If, S. (Gray, '93 lit anid '94 law, wan
elected ptrosecntinig attorney itf Mason
ceoity at thei recent election.,
N. J. Smith, '90 law, lion reci'iv'edlan
oiler of the positioti orsutperititenideiit
of schools of Hill county, Texas.
Thomas R. Goodrich, '953 lit, hats
been elected register or deeds of
Emmet cottnty by a good majtority.
Kansas will play her piaid cotichi,
Hector Cowan, of Princetonl, in liii
game with thin University, Saturday.
The '961 lit anti high schtool football
teams played a practice game at Ath-
letic hield after the law' ganic yester-
Gerritt H,. Albern, '9 law' and lit,
was elected one of the circuit court
commissionert of Kent county by a
Prof. Thotmpson lectttred to the law
classes today. The nenior law's will
be quizzed tiext week on th1e last font
lectutres delivered 011 Real Estate Lawv.
At a caucus of trans-Mississippi and
Michigans students of the junior law
class this afternoon, it was decided
to fill out the ticket headed by P. J.
Crosby with a full set of Mlichigan
IThe electris' connections at tilt' gyii
tire beitigititde today.
'Thlesoithomiort' ckass will htills-c at-
tens. A subsaritttioti is bering liberally
sigtied for the putrtpose'.
The sophionmoireshnve descidled on a
cltas s-cne ati t host' desirinig to tptir-
chant. shotdlappily to tihi acommittee
iu chairge. It in expected thaot the
canes will btelitre in time for the
'trinity English Lutheran eogregit-
tiont will hold its first service in the
basetntt of their new thurch at the
corner itf S. Fifth ia'e. landt R.William
st., niext Sunday. They wotuldt hi
pileatsed to han-c all Ltheratn studtesnts
in the University tunite with thieii in
these optening scrvices.
The running traek is tapidly niear-
ing cotnpletion., It is laitd ona ben-el
lit (lie ends. the otttside being abott
15 inches higher than the itiside. It
is also covered with felt, two inches
thick, and then by heavy catnvas.
Whent completed, it will be equal to
(lie best track in the country,
The Aidelpi- will meet in rootm 4
at 8 p. in. tonight. The followving is
the program :
Music, vocal solo.. .MSr. Kelley
Impromptu speech.. ..Mr. Irwin
Paper, 'Prisons and Critue," Mr. Hans
Declanmation ........ Mr. Atwood
Debate: Resolved, that Greek atid
Latin should be dropped fran )mthe
college curriculum. Aff, H'lr. Levy;
neg., Mr. Voorhees
General debate, serial story, critic's
Music ...... ... ....... quartet
Formnerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st, one block
east of Main st.
di A. E. MUMMERY'S,
S The largest bottle
0of TOOTH POWDER
and your money backinhctyo P5
-if not perfectly sat- o
g factory at
SNEW DRUG STORE.
HALLEBS : 1EYWELRY
46 . MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State S.,eor-
tier of WilliamelSt., have a
complete stock of
UNIVERSITY I[XT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Nts, noos and other Student' Spplie
Fine Statonery Sporting Goods, ete which
they offer at the Lowet Prices.
Call and see us before purchaing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prp.
Corner Washington St, and
Rates $2 and $3.
G. HI. WILD
JOE LEADING JAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
"-COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Mlain at.