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October 10, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-10

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Make It Your Business.
Wheti you buy Musical Instruments, made it your business to get Value for Your Money.
Its easy to boy some music goods low, but that kind is not always "1Cheap."
The beet is the cheapest, always was, always will be, you know it and so does the entire World. We cell and recommend the beet.
XV E C A N SELL YOU A MANDOLIN for $7.0-not the bes-a Washburn or a Price will cost more.
WE C SELL Y U A G IA for $6000-not the best, but good-a Martin, Washburn, or U. of M. cost more, but they are
WVE CAN SELiiL YOU A BANJO for $6.01--but a Stewart, Fairbanks, or Waldo is better value at $15.00 to $40.00.

We want your trade and will
make prices and values to
get it.

The Ann Arbor Organ Co.,
51 South aia~ St., ot. Liberty.

I mu I

MYOORE & WETMORE F. C. STEBBIN s,
6 i. IAlain st., iaid Staleost., c~o7' J7R7
tier of Wiltiani st., hae ta
comlc.t soc o H I6 1 U OV Will all for noe l eliver work
New and Second Hand. proiltptly.
NI it ooksa a, sther 1Students' Supplies, ____

USChaIUe's Bookstore
C I E NIAL ormeily with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st.. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, -MIC'H. everything a: Student needs in the
______line of Text-Rooks, Stationery and
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,

F ine Setationey, Sporting Gootds, etc, whih Studnctsc end citizens nshould nueth0is
they otter at thbe Lowest Priest. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. thirheadqarters twhitle itn Ypila~nti, andolI
____assnurenthem they owill finim, aisee,
Mst cordially,

Call and seec us before purchasing.
D)ETRtOIT'S
I=D2A7fDITG W TA.IORtS

: i

,2W'2. ST cATE: STREET.

W. H. LEWIS, Prop.

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LAMP S! LAMPS ! LAMPS !
Make no mistake. Do you wn~tt a l~amp? We can show you a great
variety aitd give you lonver pricee thaatnylhotuse ia this miarket.
Ati examintatioti of or stock deinstrates that it containts the best
aitd most iniproved letup made. Thirty-three yeiars experienice its the
Lamp Busintess is wcrthisomaeting. Buy of its atid get the beniefit of it.
DEJ . AL 8& O01VIHA_N Y
44 South Main Street.

FLAG PINS $1.501
Yellow and Blue But-
Sftons eon.
With U. of M. or the
year 75c.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate pirices at the
K! ft ITS, .B1)KSThRE,
STATE STREET.
Bargains itt Stationuery anud-Note
Books. 'Special red uctions this week
,on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDIN'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the mnew
gymnasium. Come aund seo ns. We
are theo largest dealers in rte city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN &C011
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
THP1E + IDALY
Represents Every iDepartmet
of the University.
$2.50 PER YEAR.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. Prof. B. ('. Hense, of the N orth-
Vinitt, 04 aw istiloihiag iswestern College. slint yesterday itn
pirofissiton it Joliet, Ill. si i5
Nagaitiasa Mtenioda left for his hiomie A. H. Batbcoek, '94 deut, is followitng
iii JpatiStitttl~5 itght.his etiosen trofessietn at his hleitin'
lTie Glee clhilaes made a cotntribut-BaCiy
tion tof $20O to the atletic fundS. t'f.Jotsnltsiiielhici-
iI.E.Htendersoni,'04 law, ties a itle tioni oit"liss ott Code Pleatdinig,"atnd
itiwtraciecat Nrwa, Steb. it is itow itt csc as a text book: by the
Catroll Jonies, '93 lit, is sutterinitentd- iit as
ent f te Cncinat elctrc lght The fresh lits have foried a fototbasll
wttrkc. tentm with Mrt. Olson as tempotirary
The -Missouri, lowa tand 'Nebraska ctatainanad will begin itractice ibis
law stuidents fortocild cloth colitis yes-afternoon.
tertlay. Van C. Garrett, class of '92. of te
There are nearty three hudred rcg- A eeanScol of Dentistry at Cl-
isteret in hitle junior law class. Tisti aco, is pursuling ip. g. work inift
is ais ttinyits lind regitered in te detntal dettartmtent.
sae class lant year at the tinthe Thie irst egularmroratm of the
Webster literary society will be giveit
t ,itcnilr was issutedl. and henace is a
ittig incrase.intheli Webster hatll tonight at 7:30.
(Seergensiilisrbensrovded
fh tiMSissouiri law stutdents held aGodmschsbeprve.
mieetinag yestertday afternoon to organa- Thr aettpeeitttteditl

THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washingtoni ci., one block
east of Main st.
. E.EMUMMERY'S,
ETOIRSLTSOAST
' ANDCSPONE.
We NieWpRuGtRE
-4 aiLr SK3E~LR
CoWashigota~
Ahe [shley S
R ats$2ad O3
FNETOILTtSOA123

toe a cloth couirt. AIr. J. T. Bayes,
'95), of Reputbllii, preenitditng. No de-
tinitle nction wtis taken and ateother
meietingt will be held later in the week.
Tue Iowa and Nebraska laws held: a
mieeting yestertday afternoon ftcrfloe
iturtose of organzinig a clb tenet.
Henry E. Notbotob, of Nevanda, Iowa,
cailled the meeting to order, tand, alter
ao brief discusinson, the followvingtcout.
mittfee w as appointed on tailient
organizattiont: AI. I. Jackson, Nebras-
kta City, eltairitiati; E. B._ Biuferd,
Mtarshalltown, Ia., and A. C. Me-
Caughian, Des Moelnes, Ia.

oIdepartmenxtfotur 1p. g. stdents studty-

s s gat . a. a r s s

tug for ite degree of D. D. Sc. They I . T ~ BL°R

are Drs. H-off, Haidle, VaniDemoan and
Whlinery.
The hours off tie registrar of the
faculty are front 1:30 to 4, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday afternoons,
atid from 0 to 11 t'nuecday and Thurs-
dtay mornings.
Prof. Angell lectures to the law
classec today and Prof. -Mechenm given
lectures totmorrowv and Friday. At
flits afternoon's lecture the juniors
wtll be quizzed on the previous lee-

PRIEn~tTOR.
0-.I-H. WILD
JOE [EADING JAILOB
Has flue newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion yen are looking for.
fW-COME AND SEE UTS.

tnres delivered by Prof. Angell. . 2 E. Washington et., near Main st.

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