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November 17, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-17

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THE UT. OF M. lDAILY.
-----UHF ---- I F. C. STEBBINS, - THE NEmW
CRANDALL TYPEWIE.~aIr o~tr
0 U NT L ,forerly with George Wahr, 19
- B. Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSIANTI MICI. verything a Student needs in the
Is .-eligc l~~ll li I5cov)lokstS o(l line of Text-Books, Stationery and
fur 8fnr 5O SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in genera.
.~ I________MARTIN SCIHALLER,
ev i d nd izid l ssdin i TEGW-ONBOSLE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED yoi;i eas lo Iters while in I lisilInti, i a1THnOW-OWdOOSLLR
a iu e I bteywill indes, as ever,
P . fllAMST)lo' Nst cordiailly, 19 Y,.Washington of., one block
_____E._II_____________RI",____. W.TH. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
F IC $ 50_ DROP IN AND LOOK AT
fle soly lhigh ruii, Malrehol51theEMIL D E S .E.MMEYS
>r (l aa>~e ozll ie THE WHITELY EXERCISER, . . UMER'S
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight; 1 sIt ls q i tidIe oftiiici, comtplete t Te are>tbotl
Changeable Type. i's )t le ofr 1.o1 ls Idorsed 13 by h
leadinlg atlllseeoflieeuday. All parsear- lie.) iefernte5lssible in oesNe1v 1rknQof TOOTH POWDIIEIR '
J. S. PEARL, Agenxt, 1netS Isfort\olleas.ars. Call forcalo,1151. lity, Chlicagoind AnnsArblr)
IIFort ee c Abc2ih Pisli by R0.1L. BL.,OUNT'r 14 N.4f-;i the city for 25c,~
F._Wasbingtonst.,_An_ Arbor,_'Mich.___ llleet., AseuAsbr. tii lt tateiSt..lCo e d See-u.
- [LG PN $10 'r THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK b yumflyai
YelwadBu u-STEAM LAUNDRY CO. AnArbr?ich C1a(pitlStock,; 5b0000. if not perfectly satis- aeit S~I)
tons 60t. Ihighl G sse anud IDomnetic Finih. oini -1 5 und111e1l te1.e1eral I111)1111 a -s factor" at
With U.of M. or the Sels e55 1 1e rr ilpi nt11 111 )1cit)iesIfIlle
year 75c. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, I nt(lste. 1 i 1 1 II edupon rope 111111--e
'lSll1II)ITHAINi'X licitils. IetiSelty oiboxles toren. t NEW DRUG STORE.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. IlLerbss, ie-Pine..; 1"Ils.. FL lists),
To keep posted, read the (Callier; M_1..F1111, Assistantl Cusi
Daily. The Daily $2.50 a year¢ is
HALLER'S JE1Y[ LRY
NS A L LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS
1V_ ezAF ALO , Make no mistake. IDo you want a lamp? We eaii show 3011.1 giest
(lIEI A1-Wlhi-tots 0 ,'lmre Na. 5 variety and give y-on lower prices than any 111)1se in this market.
YARDS:Al. Cli.i., 'Rhone Na. 51. An examination of our stock demonstrates that it contains the1 best 46 S. MAIN STREET.
MRS._______________ and most improved lamsp made. Thirty-three yeamrs experiene in the MOORE & WETMORE
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER IS Lamp ills-ines s 1ewcrthi somethling. Buly of us andI get the benefit of it.
Y_ f' S in ilimst., and State vest., c r-
School of Dancing and Delsarte. :DEIA z & O0lf:iA..- 'ier of Wlim sl~v
I4atluelay, 10 I. Ill., 151lIlemailibegillser.scltLS. 44 South Main Street. complete stock of
Salsrel , 4 .sli., Ladylbesilll lass).
Absa~crl~n nee I-s(.ide' UNIVERSITY NOTES. lssers. (lllsllsldl11 I~l rS. ll of I[R TH'T H
and tiCO.ellsalul 155 (aislii .-., A.k . N. 1. 3 .. 1 11UIIRi
Priva~te lessonIsby appollintmen~lt. Pelf. tirilii 5 11ill lel 1)1 to I)rho l si lrl'ls l 15114lli r-I ly N w a dS c n a d
HOCFi t. 4, 6 S. STA'TE ST. n<rstetoisetterpiaecr, NwndSodHn.
nelxt lvlelk. wvich arrived last iliglht. It, is cailed NoleBosoks asS ether Studenits' Supplies
l1. e Alpha lta 11 iii 5)151 11a. l 3 li' 'Ie w"ity fAnn Arblor,"is .a ilollel Plse Stationery, Spurting Goods, etc , whlieb
B(0Kl"enjyab~le llullll):° ely last nigili. ltsl fot111 5111i11111) lhey ulcer lit the Lowest Prices.
'- m~ Illhesen~lior llaws will 11e quized ill equlippled for long lie;shlort tripls. Call and see us before purchasing.
Second Hand Books, llrivlltl lnternatiolnallaw 11111t111'law A~t thll ileefilng olth111 Philolsophical O IS LS EL
College. Text Books, at evidencil next week. club 1Thulrsda gh1 1t11 Dr. IticlellI mlv r

La~w Books,
Medical Books,
.at rut rate prices at the
STUI)FNTS' 1BOOKSTORE,
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO11
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1813.
,Capital, s1oo,005. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a general hanhing business.
Foreign. exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH, Pres. S. W. tCLARKtSON, Cashier.
Miss Hattie Long,
,Guitar, Mandolin" and Banjo,
69 Biller ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
Os Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds sod chattel
mortgages as collateral. Diamonds bought
and sold- Watches ad Jewelry nicely re-
paired. Office at moy residence, 33 E. Liberty
at,..city. Hours: 8 toi11a.om., 1to 3and 7 o
J. C.. WATTS.

SMs. Slary A..Li.vermlloe "piea1111
at 1111Uitar~lianlchch tomorlirlowill
lalieoIfMrs. Suderlaild.
A. (G. Bu11r, '94 law, wals elected
ptrosecuting attorn(,y of Blotinleaul
(counity, N. Dakota, last Wvel.
Mfrs. Mlary A. Livermlores lectue
before inity cluib was crowded oti
todaiy. Furtheir notice of it -will be
givenl Moneily.
All women -whlo ord~ered Yp~silanii
gyitnaisiumi suits are askedl to call for
them at the gyminalsiumli oiitl3i, be-
tween 8:10 and 12.
Gen. J. IB. Gordonl, who lectures in
Uniiversity-lhall ~tonight will be enter-
tained by the Beta T'heta Pi fratrnity
during his stay here.
The inter-class game between the
senior laws and the high school will
probably be played off Monday or
Wednesday afternoon.
The subject of the sermion at lie
M1. E. churchl tomorrow imsrning is
'The Rteligious Beliefs of the Poet
Whittier.'" Ii the evening it is
"Spiritual Wreckage."
Committees have been appointed
from Dr. Winklers German classes to
receive contributions to be expended in
decorating room G with pictures of
great German writers, and other
works of art.

give a very in~terestingatalk 011"1 x
teillleltlisychlogy."' t et i ase ELITE DIINGI PARLOR
of his remiarks tile imetsl~~ of tilles- Cor. State and Liberty sts.
p~erimlents were clearly s1101wIib1y some1 EDWARD LISue, Prop.
timdnts wiho are 1in tillcouret. iuirreWltS
Arranlgements ae atbout comple1tdl r3[jj-E
fore l'freshiimani soealandli a genieal
<*ofl ell i n .elodtotell iEvev-.(_._

thing;ciii be strictlyiiform~al. Tile
following ladies 11avelskidly;consenteed
to act as chiaperoiis of the occa1sion:
?Mesdamles Adaiis, Knlowlitton. Nlm-
eedseslidtPattersoii.
Ademphi Society.
'The iimnmbers of thle Adelphli society
lire engaged in fitting up the rooii
formerly used by Prof. Adaits as a
society hall. A number of pieces of
statuary owned by them have been
stored iin the north garret of the 1mai
building for a numiber of years, ande
these, with some other effects have
been taken into tile hall anti are being
placedi. When the furnishimigs are
complete, the society wsill have 0110
of the best halls in the University.
Hereafter both the' Alpha Nu and
Adelphii will be able to hold their
meeting en any evening desired, with-
out conficit.
The running expenses of Harvard

Corner Washington st., amid
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
':PHONt52 123.
39. STAMMLER,
PROPRIETOR.
0-. JEI. WILD
TOE [EAOING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
SW CORE AND SEE US.

are said to he over $1,00,000 a year. 12 E. Waasbington st., near Mtain st.

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