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January 16, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-01-16

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TiHE U. OF M. DAILY.

Schaller'sstore of nicely perfumed toilet soap for
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for COLGATE'S COLOSSAL TOILET SOAP.
everything a Student needs in the ALSO
line of Text-Books, Stationery and Colgate's Oatmeal Soap.
Miscellaneous Stock in general. Colgate's Glycerine Soap,
Colgates's White Cematis Soap,
MARTIN SCHALLER, Co'gate 'honeyasoap,
Colgate's odMeal bSoap, al1'ack
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, or lakesDforal l
19E. Washingtonst.,one block MUMMERY'S NEW DRUG STORE,
east of Main St. Cor. Fourth and Washington sts.
REUBEN H. KEMPF,
From the Roy.I Conservatory,
Stuttgart, Germany,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musica;
C5Composition; also the Art of
Studio 22 S. Divson St Ann Arbor, Mich
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TRAD EARK -

THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANKGY SU T
Ann Arbor, Mich. Capital Stock, .$50,000.S I S
Surplus, X150,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws _________
of this Statr. Receives deposits. hoys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper Just received a sample line
identification. Safety deposit boses to rent.
OFrIrE: ChristianMack, Pres.; W. D nasium Suit . Thesc
ilarriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. Iliscoch, of Gvmnsu Su . .lhe
Cashier; M. J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
- A Bgoods are manufactured by the
STEAM LAUNDRYCO. Overman Wheel Co., makers of
High Gloss and Domestic Finish. Victor Cycles, which is sufficient
E. S. SERVISS, Manager, guarantee as to their quality.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. We sell them for less than what
Metropolitan Cafe x you have to pay for inferior
Lunch and Dining Room. No. IS N. goods. See them before you buy.
Fourth Ave., between Arlington hotel
and City Offcle Building. Open all--AT-
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Props.

ELTFY IN
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SCHOOL OF DANCING
All classes are under the personal instrue-
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger. Private
or class lessons given on any dance of merit
requested. Office ati the Academy, ground
oor, 0 Maynard st.
FLAG PINS $1,501
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the
year 75c.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
ORDER YOUR COAL OF
M.iSMTA~ESTDBLD R.
OrinE: it W.Wanhin gton st.,'Phone No.S
YAns:M. C R. R., 'Phone No. 51.
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, i0n. m.,Gentlemanbeginnersclass.
Saturday, 4p. in., Lady hbeginners class.
Monda 7:30 p.m., Advanced Class (Ladies'
and Gentlemen).
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Beginners Class (Ladies
and Gentlemen).
Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST.
NEW STOOK OF
Sweaters'
in the latest styles at
Sheehan & Co.'s
University Booksellers.
SYMNASIUM SUITS,
-GYMNASIUM SHOES.
BEST LINEN PAPER
in the city at
15c and 20c Per Pound.
FIRST. NATIONAL BANK.
OP'ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1003.
Capital, $100,000 Sirlus and Profits, $40,000.
Transactsaa general basking business.
Foreig.. exchan es bought andsod. Furnish
letters of credit.
P.$BACH, Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.

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Thefamous Star&CrescentBathRobes
are now made in all the
LEADING COLLEGE STRIPES
Quality superb. Made under our "Fast
Pile"patent. Price, in finecotton terry,
$7; in fine wool terry, $io. Delivered'
free. Returnable if unsatisfactory. If
not found at your dealers', send to us
mentioning collegeandenclosingprice.
STAR & CRESCENT MILLS CO., Philada., Pa.

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M, STAEBLER'S CYLE[MPORIUM,
11 W. Washington st.
Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
urement forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America.

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ATTENTION ! PLEASE-.
Are you annoyed b your lamp wicks chared? By your lamps filling
the house with a sickening smoke and giving a light the color of the
moon when seen through a smoked glass? If so, use our Red Star Oil, and
thus troubles will vanish. It gives a white light, does not char the wick,
emits no odor, and will all burn out of the lamp. Red Star Oil 8c per gal.,
Water White Head Light Oil,6c per gal., 74*smokeless Gasoline 8c per gal.,
DE A N & OO PA-IT .
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Th Choral union social willibe hel
Friday night.I
There will be no ieetinig of the
Adelphi soeiety this week.
Prof. 2. E. Cooley will leave the
city tonight to be gone a short time.
Prof. Tlioiipson will lecture to the
gjunior law s the remainder of the
week.
The junior laws will have one more
lecture on Agency, and then Prof.
Mechem will deliver eight lectures on
Partnership.
Both senior and junior laws will
meet Prof. Thompson on Easnements
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week.
AS soon as a vault can be obtained
for the library the faculty . contem-
plates binding all the theses and filing
them for reference.
Prof. Mechem has declined an offer
from an eastern university to sever
his connection with Michigan and ac-
cept a position there.
The Blackstone examination which
was postponed from last Saturday, on
account of the senior election, will
take place next Saturday morning.
The Political Equality club will
meet in McMillan hall tomorrow af-
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Much important
business will be transacted and all
interested are requested to be present.
Claude E. Sheldon, '95 law, who left
the University last week in charge of
his father, became quite violent on his
arrival at Windham, Ohio. It is

feAired that his ireason ill ni5er lu ri-
covered.
The University si tiute at its last
iie-ting formulated a plan in regard
to te proposed m"lg i the ltugth
of the vacations. The plat « ill be
presentetd to the regents for the q
consideration at today's ien.ting.
A one hour course in beginning Por-
tuguese, open to those who have pass-
ed Spanish I, will be offered next
semester. Students who intend tak-
ing this course are requested to com-
municate with Instructor Bourland no
once in order to arrange for books,
etc.
Dr. William G. Anderson, of Yale'
gymnasium, will soon publish it book
on the pedagogy of gymnastics, which'
will be the first of the kind. There
aro many works on the scienc-of
teaching mental branches, but none in
English on the science as applied to
physical educations Dr. Anderson has
had years of experience as a teacher
of gymnastics and has been asked tc
prepare this work for teachers.-Har-
vard News.
The calendar of the University of
Chicago for the fall quarter has been
recently issued, and shows a registra-
tion for this period of 1,000 students.
The contestants who will represent.
Evanston in the intercollegiate debate
will be chosen by a committee of th
faculty selected by the student body
of that institution.
Subscribe for the Daily.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
ONIVERSIJY TEXT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Nots Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Statisnery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
SPALDING'S
INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATERS
It is the best Sweater made and is superiom
to any other on the market. Made from the
fnest and softest Australian wool, hand halt,
and was used exclusi-ely last vear by nearly
all the college football elevens. In white,
navy and black.
PRICE, $7.00.
Spaiding's Base Bail and Tennis Supplies
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the games.
Spaidings Trade Bark on what you pur-
ebase isa guarantee that the goods are the
best
A. G. SPALDING & BRoS.
NEW YORK. P oAILADELPHIA. CHICAGo.
0-. HITSWIL
THE EADINC TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
WCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main at.

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