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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-04

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THES U. OF M..DAILY.
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER Schallers DookstO[e !
flLI~ [VNBMA CC I DE.NTAL Formerly with George Wh,1
[AUNOM AN LE Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
1s54l nocoupoin books "_od__ieofText-Books, Stationery and
for s> for$2.50. UDYDNESA LC. Miscellaneous Stock in general.
____ MARTIN SCHALLER,
" , Studentsand citeens should mate tis
4 , -' ~SATISFACTION GUARANTEED thi eaqaYeswiiYsilaiiti, andI THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
s asurethemtheywillfindme, as ever,i
,a 2mE tcordiallyET ETRET 19 E. Washington st., one block
dl . il AM $T50'i. W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Msiii st.
~~i~kI~i~ ~ DROP IN AND LOOK AT E I R F, ~ A .MMEYS
'Cli "only High +-rade MSi ie on (lie E I R FA .M EYS
Alresl _ttHsn e rs.THE WHITELY EXERISER, -1
Simple; Durable, Writing in Sight, It has 00 equal outside of a osmplete gym- Imnn Ainet niatynimfr ecs~ horiiyltims l iits atchmlake1
'les. Itils noies, h'a' sel'of-adjusting. re-~ .
Changeable Type.'i'tioe of fmom 2 tot, lbsInoldorsed by thie o
leadmngmamhlees of the cloy. All parts war- Bestreeencslo'stie 1n Europe, New York of TOOTH POWDER m
J.S. PEARL, Agent ranted fon too years. ('all for catlooues, (lay,Chicaio mnd Ann Arbor; Si h iyfr2c
FIsom111Ai~br or sale (1y R. L. BLOUNTr, i4 N. ai h iyfr2C
E,._Washinton _St.,_An _Arbor, l Ingallst.,An Abo.h4 S.St'ate'St.tome iid scens. ,
F FLAG PINS $150, - - TEAN.RO2SVNS AK- and your money back5
& ? M - ~~STEAM LAUVNDRY CO.Ann Arhor, 'Mich. Capital Sltok$,000iS. ifntprelyas0
Yellow and Blue But- surplus, 015,000. Li'
{-- tons 60c. High G(aisanadDonmestic 0Fih. Organizedounder the General BankingLw factory at
a'______of thils State. Receives deposits, by n
f With 'U. of M. or the sells exehoanoc on the-prpal cities of the
Ayear 75c. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, (Jolted Sats. Dlrafts c'laskedl 0p0n proper {
-Am-c, identification. Solely deposit hoxes to reut. 23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. OreICERS: Christian M1ach, P'es.; W. 1). NEW DRUG STORE.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. Harrimas, Vice-Pres.; Choas. E. iiscoceh,
To keep posted, read the Cashielr; M. 2. Friz, Assistat Cal('sier.
Daily. The Daily $2.50 a year. FILES JE[R
ORDERI YOtl RCOAL. OF VsVLT NAT.?E
On ice I i: 15 slmainton st.,'Phone N. 100 5® 6s.MINSRET
YARimS: l. C. R. It, '(hone No.II5146 5.MAIN TREET
Thecfamious Star &Crewcnt Bath RobesMO R & WE O E
ANNIE WARD FOSTER'Sarc now iiade in all theMOR &WE O E
MRS.ANEWR TRS LEADING COLLEGE STRIPES 6.~a S. !)ain st., and State st., cur-
School of Dancing and Delnarte. Quality superb. Made tnuder our "Fast { - cci of William st., hlave a
Sauraday, i 10a metlemabe-innerseclass. Pile"'patent. Pricer, iii fine cotton teery complete stock of
S.atura 1i ipe Lade beginnecr, class $7 ; in ine wvool terry, Flo. Delivece
M~ond r y0 mim, Advaced tlass (Ladies' fe etralei nataacoy
,ind entlemen,.C fre eural funaifcor.IJ NI'I[BSII 1lI BOOKS
Tuesday, 7:.30 p.n, 11cgimners tlass (Ladies , not found at your dealers', send to u
I~iadtetlemen). a %y.meiitioning college andcenclosing price
Private lessons b pin111tsment.- n~
SCHOOL, 46 S. STATE ST. STRaa & CRESCENT MILLS Ce., ihilnda.,Pa New and Second Hand.
Nate Boohs and ether Students' Sopplies
Now t ls i 'r S~l'r1 T1 .T 1Sj S Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc ,wohich,
NG tIsl Sweaters Ae onPL AS . they ofe~rat theLowcst Prices.

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Gymnasium Suits,
Gymnasium Tights,
Gymnasium Shoes,
AndI all kinds of Athletic;
Gootds at
INDIAN CLUBS AND DUMB BELLS FOR
INDOOR EXERCISES,
FENCING FOILS AND MASKS.
This week call and see onr
BARGAINS IN BOOKS
SHEEHAN & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BAK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863,
Campital, $1i0,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a geineral banking business.
Foireign exehanges bonght andnsold, Furnish
letters of credit
X. BACH, Prens, . S. OLARKSON, Cashier.
Miss Hattie Long,'4
Guitar, Mandolin 'and. Banjo,
is Miller ave., Ann Arbor, Rich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS#
n watecies, Jewelry, Diamonds and chattel
mortgages as collateral. Diasmnndn baught
and sold. Watcesm and Jewelry nicely re-
paired. Office at my residence, 3E. aiberty
St., city. Hones; 8Sto 11n. m., to 3and 7toS9
.m. J. C. WATTS.

the house with a sickening smoke and- giving a lightV the color of the usain ansee us nae 5aapucnnaig.
moon wvhen seen through a smoked glass? If so, use our Bed Star Oil, and O IRTCAS EL
thus trouhles will vanish. It gives a white light, does not char the wick, FO FIS CL SME S
emits no odor, and will all burn out of the lamp. Bed Star Oil Sc per gal., TRY [HE
Water White Head Light Oil, 6c per gal., 74' smokeless Gasoliiie Sc peor gal.ELT DINING P RO
& N z OOM ANIY. LT PRO
44 South Main Street. ________________ Cor. State and Liberty sin.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Webste'rsociety 1101(10thi'ir Ost pub-
lie m~eling Tuesda~y, Dee. 11.
Have y'ou seeia Seilman's display in
L~ewis' restauirant on Liberty st. ?
The senior Zits are considering' lie
clatter of a scholarsllip in aditliion to
(lie bust 0f President Aiigell.
Prof. Mechiei is giving (liee"lie-
tures me day this sweek. 'Tw' to (lie
sniiors aiid onae to tlie',juniors.
W. D. Johnson, istruetor in historey
at this institutionl, hims aii article on.
Ilull (louseSm'ttle ium'its iii (le Brown~
Magazine.
Senior Committee.
President Lymnu, of the senior lit
class, has annoniced (lie followving
coninittee, wvlichi will have charge of
(lie matter of obtiniing a bust of
President Angell: J. 0. Mluefi, P.
R. Bush, J. B. Brooks, Misses Alice
Wadsworth and Pearl L. Colby.
The coimmittce will decide upon (lie
nice of the bust mud its siuation. The
tax upon each member of (liecloss
toI raise the suimlniicessary for (lie pay-
ment of (he bust has been fixed at
$3.

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V. OF" M. CALENDARI.
'lues., Dcc. 4.--Juniiorm edic0(1'social
al: Nickels' hall.
Accel., Dec. 75.-Lecturm' by' J. L. heed
at Secmeol of Mlusic.
Weod., Dec. 5.--Sophomore "lass se-
rial at Grcanger's hall.
Sun., Dcc. 9. --Dc. Maicliey lectures
ait Newberry hall. subject. "Points in
a tame."
Sun.. Dec. 9.-A. B1. 'rescott lectures
at Presbyterian church.
Tues., Dcc. 11.-Welestec society
holds first public metinig.
Thiurs., Dec. 13.-Faculty concert at
Frieze Memorial hull.
Thurs., Dec. 13.--Junimr lit social at
Cranger's hall.
Fci., Dec. 14.-Cmismmibimmn orgn
dedicated.
Sat, Dee. 15.-Mural Halsted lec-
tures befoce Stutdenits' tectucei Asso-
clation.
Fri., Decc. 2.-Chiristnmas vacaiion
begins.
Bates college contemplates buildiiig
a library building as a memorial of
the late Jamnes Gi. Blainie, fhua was
one of its trustees.
Prof. H. von Hfolst will deliver a
course of lectures before the lou- stu-
dents of Chicago during the winter
upon the conntitutional history of the
United States.

EDWARD) LEWIS, IProp.
Boarde rs Wanted.H
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
BANQUETS + A + SPECIALTY,
'PHONETBI123.
144. 8'rAE3LEn,
PRiOPIE0fiTOR.
IVE LEADING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
A COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washinagtonu st., near Main st.

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