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February 08, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-02-08

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THE U. OF1. DAILY.

BANKRUPT OLOTHING SALE
No. 30 East Huron Street, now in full blast
IT l EBCAJS, MACKINTOSHIS, SWEATERS, 000 PANTS AND FVBNISHING GOODS!
Less than half price This is a great opportunity to get seasonable goods at unusually low prices.
See the stock and get prices.
ShIs aktoeFASolid Back THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS 1AN GY SUITS.
Ann Arbor, Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000.
{rt Bok~toe! ,urplua, X1,30,000.
All Bristle aa ndertheeneral Banking Lws __
Formerly with eour ge Wahr, 19 United States. Drafto cashed n properIjust received a sample line
E. Washing-tonHtueahdquarters for H r-Identification.nSafety depsit b sGioxes ts rent.
erverything a Student needs in the 1)Harriman, Vice-Pros.; C~has. . 10st 'k, of hs
line of extBoks StatoneryandCashier; s>.G. Fritz. Assiftant Caokisr.
Miscellaneous Stock in general. FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS o - goods are manufactured by the
MARTIN SCHALLER, STEAM LAUNDRY CO. Overman Wheel Co., makers of
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, AT- High G..usn and Domestic Finis. Victor Cycles, which is sufficient
e1. Washington st., one block M E M ERY S. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, g-uarantee as to their quality.
SF.Weast of -ain st. 23 StUTHL FOURTH AVENUE. We sell them for less than what
O0 V ELTY IN you haveeto pay for inferior
/ Q, goods. See them before you buy.
IIILk5A-d\ iqH, . -AT-
JK ASAat^is uzouts Star &Crescent Bath Robes , r in rn
are now made in all theM, M STA[BI [YCLE EMPORIUM,
LEADING COLLEGE STRIPES W gn
i .ualitypcsuprb. Made under our "fast "3 ItW Washington Rt.
- 'ile" pateut. Price, in f necotton terry \
;..; o~trf # / a 7; in fine wool terry, $io. Delivered
- -,, ree. Returnableifunsatisfactor.ered Caps and Gowns
not found at your dealers', send to us 1~
GRANG R'S t etioningcollegeandenclosingprice. sIp FOR MEN AND WOMEN,
STAR & CRESCENT MILLS CO., Philada., Pa.I Wae tfri-p
SDHOOL OF DANCING.Ina We are prepared to furnish Gaps
A EY_____TNF N AN E uand Gowns of the highest quality
AR Y U NTERE T D W OU T INPE Sto Uni versitie s clee n chools
All classs are under the personal instruc- throughout the United States, at
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger. Private-surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
or class lessons given on any dance of merit urement forms, containing all nee-
requested. Oice at the Academy, ground e have something new and superior in this line. Drop us a postal before buying others. essary instructions to secure per-
oneS Maynardst. RAPID PEN FACTORY, WASHINGTON, D. f. viit ngftts ogarmentsforwaded

1 - FLAG PINS $1,50.
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the'
year 75c.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
IRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10a.m.,Gentleman beginnerslass.
Saturday, S4p.in., Lady beinners class.
Monday, 7:35 p.m., Advanced Class (Ladies'
and Gen'.lemeni.
'Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,"eginnern Class Lade
and Gentlemnen).
Private lessons by appointment.
SOHOOL 46 S. STATE ST.
MEW STOCK OF
Sweaters
in the latest styles at
heehlan & Co.'s
University Booksellers.
GYMNASIUM SUITS,
GYMNASIUM SHOES.
BEST LINEN PAPER
in the city at
15c and 20c Per Pound.

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, apd
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.,
White Star Oil,6c per gal., 74° smokeless Gasoline Sc per gal.
SEA]N & OOMPANY-
44 South Xain Street.

upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America.
j1& hk SPALDING'S

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
There will be a quiz on the last four
lectures in Easements in room 4 next
week.
M. E. Leliter, '95 law, has been ap-
pointed sheriff for the service of pro-
cess in course two of the practice
court work.
Arrangements are rapidly progress-
ing for the nineteentli annual ball,
which will be the great closing ovent
of the first semester.
Master Holderness, the boy soloist
will sing at the meeting of the Young
Men's club of the Congregational
church, Sunday evening, Feb. 10.
Jesse Heylen, '95 law, has just pass-
ed his examinations for admission to
the Illinois bar and will this month
open up handsome offices in the new
Masonic temple in Canton, Ill.
Mr. Bror Sundeen, the well known
mind reader, has an announcement
in today's Daily. His work is of al
high order and at the fraternity and
private houses where he has given
exhibitions, the highest commenda-
tion has been given him.

The date for the oratorical contest
of the senior laws is sit for the 23rd
of this month, and that of the juniors
the 21st. There are nine senior uno
twelve junior contestants.
The regular meeting of thes Foley
Guild will be held Saturday evening,
at 8 o'clock in the library of St.
Thomas' school. A large attendance
is desired as the election of officers
will take place. Other important bus-
iness is also to be transacted.
The Socratic Union will hold its
regular weekly meeting this afternoon
immediately after the lecture. The
following question will be open for
general discussion, "Resolved, that
the benefits of party government are
greater than its evils."
The general law committee on
Washington's Birthday held a meet-
ing at the close of the law lecture
yesterday afternoon. It was decided
to recommend an assessment of 25
cents per capita to the two classes
who are to hold meeting today. Judge
Ewing, of Chicago, has consented to
speak.

INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATER,
It is the cost sweater made and is superior
to any otter on tke market. Made from the
tSnek and softest Australianwoot, band kntt,
and sas used exclusivel ilast year by nearly
all the college football elevens. Is white,
nave and black.
PRICE. $7.00.
Spalding's Base Ball and Tennis Sopplies
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the games.
Spalding's Trade Mark on slink you pur-
chase isa guarantee that the goods are the
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
NEW YORK. PAILADELPHIA. CHIcAGO.
Wild, Wild, Wild.
STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE!
0DB WIN1[B AND FALL GOODS
We Sell on Reduction.
Fancy Suitings and Trousers.
The goods must go. Please call and
see.
2--East Washington Street.--2

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