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March 15, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-15

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SchallI S Bookstore!
Formerly with George Wahlr, 1,9
E. Washington st. Headquaertere for
leverything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHTALLER
THlE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st
''95%0 LA WS!
HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNO3LD'S, Jeweler.
A E IKCUFF1
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Dolearte.
Saturday, I0 a. m.,OGentleman begtnnaers class.
iaturday, 4 p. m., Lady beginnaers ctisss.
Monday, 7:30 p. ra. Adlvanc CAflass (Ladles'
and lGentlemen).
Tuesday, 7:30 p.mi., Beginners Clasws (Ind es
and Gentlemen).
Private lessons by appointment.
' SCHOOL,~ 46 S. STCA'S 6?.
HANGSTERFERI to
Second. Semester
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
~heeliin Co'
Bookstore, State St
'BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.

THRE U. OF M.'DAILY.

GRIP
ALL-,KINDS
-AT-
E.. A. Mummery's
BEW DRUG STORE,
CDOR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Or, ANN ARBOR,
OrganrIzed 1863.
Capitol,.$400,4®0. Surplus aned Prefits, $40,000.
Transacts a general banting business.
Foeig'. excbanges boughtand sold. Furnist
letters of credit.
P. BAA P 5res. S. U'. CLAIRKSON, Cashier.

MOORE & WETMORE GiYM SUITS.

6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., save a
complete stock of
1JNiIEBSIJYI [TET Books
New and Second Hand.
Note Boots and otter Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery. Sporting goods, etc, wisict
ttey ofr at bhe Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
A,3 JU4 AR:BOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Bigh (G1.ss and Do~mrstie Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager, E

I __'_ Iv Y- .....,

"n We htoegottem'
Ttee bent goods for
LEAST MONEY,
Ougmoimsuits
'a re made iby to
OV ERMAN WHEEL CO
(omateen of Victor
l Bicycles) and are
fullyguneno teed. A
y great many are in
* EXAMINE THEM.
-AT-
M, STAFOLERS CYCLE EMPORIUM,
11 XW Washington cit.

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'23 SO)UTHI FOURTH' AVENUE.

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IOV\1'TO IECONOIVIZE..
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Bent Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 rents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7i4 Pounds Beat Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
44 Booth Main Street. D A 8,C M: N'-

UNIVERSITY NOTES. ( RECENT KEIFER SPEAKS.
11. IL..ni-ots, .)t' 1lw, lea scisleil He Han Somewhat to Say of thea
a isosit isa issi Isoror oil tll'.lDetroiit Medical Department.
Trhibn. -Isg'ilK'-r il' .'ctiysot
T'i'r i- ObIs- 11 it-clingof tint! Assos' issoisi-atiiisto theliii' rulliig Detroit
'isitisilsf ('ollei'gi.ti' Alumniae- it Nw-1,i11)('lO iil111ilhe slatsshis views%-ictt
hi-rry 1lull ,asorldzy. archsliit.at l ii: lissslissllillii- sitiuationl. 1(a dis-
2 0. 5)ttlis-8N-will1ib' ili's-ti id iil r- ico s lithospirit.1ofithe lets of 185,-i
I'll iensi'its sivdo for thie lug iii 't, sid 31i6aosnt iiicise-s II ie.rrluLri sof*
lag iff Ii. lDetroit b1 obeas heI'11-( i'llll '(ihteoalsiie doctorsi 5mase s hofoni

ibis Sociratic Vlionsi« illhuld is
ri-gilsis'wesekly lEint';ttO issaffsr
I~olill lisits1:1Vlit 3:320. "It(solved.
abholishsedu.''isthsu' osstisi fiii'dIbtes;
sff.. Mossrs. Frilsiniss'nsdsir1sot; nio ..
'N ssi's. -'a iri-I and lneiy.
A. J. Peters, . is'. of1M. hoy swhoi
Nviit ito iCornll oliisifi-llsiwl-iii has
'boit .lppoiiitediiaslo asiesnatililiii'e
de'lasltlliiltuif btlssy of liii'agricul-
tursal sl-lartnss'ltf sftile isits-sStsate's
grst rs~lisslit. f so has bhen irt so n a
saslary of $+1.0010 for the first ;rear.
{ U. of M. Miniterial Club.
Absosuttwenty-six-c youngtsincmclefat
Mlac~illan hail yesterday saftersnoon
sondi perfe'ctied the organization ssf tie-
Ministeiasl Wald of the University.
Thes'abject of the cluib U-ssdselaresl
to be to faster as far as psossile;l the
("iistian fsllowslsip amionig thi sts-
f(huts, 'us-Io ars-tusdyig for the ins-
'ists'-, to strs'ngthria and prep'arelthemts'i
)y' s-onfi-s's'ees alyd sisdrs-sscs for the
slss'ssf sssistsesisal lifse, snssltIness-
coutrasgo ysongimen to liii calling of
Ihlls nisisiry. 'fle conistitistion was
adol~pted. It providles for miionthly
smaeetings, asnd smembters shate shat tle
C-lib will bs'ing proinenctisrofessors
of oilier unsiversities. here to nioki
ndslress CitonBibical topics.
A. A. Fiorosee, 't97 lit, acted Is chair
chals, ansd B. H. Kroec,1p- g. lit, a
secretary, of the sneeting Perintasnen
{ioficers o'ere elected. 'lieclubs e-
peel largeonesmbershiio.
Dune bills for sale at a discountn

tih'essholl usso orilt e i's s lsMarh 113.
In slsi'skl ii f tic leailis if thei'hoi-
111tsloat'lili iIlss s 5h- i isnat in ftt-
viss'sf thains lltl;llgilatisil s-hlie. 111r.
I~-if'sap1,0ltha)tissstl(is all aiaius-
tiosiissis propolsiedt wousld lint only
leadii to g'I'slrtot iss-n sios btintslt-
lnaly del'sstrosy- the' siliial ciis -it
liii 51.
lls ,vit-Nissas tolIssssiitl):tly sit li.
1,111 ossity lllota-rs sissslsssunn au is, foi-
lists's:
'1. 1 litle'5patly sit to. isc.'augihs os
tihi liis'cssily ssf Mi-ligslliiiit;s s-
liuiiii'fealture's. 2. 'I'll(s' siniulse
filatuoir of Ilitrlli (iity 5illit5555505505i
iei-tielanllitthelrlapc'uties. 3. All stss-
desnts to has's a c-sssllsts-sms-dicl('(lit-
cation oosglit to Itearl matisiahCiiislldi-l
and tllil'lllsis4 of Isoib olsls's. 4.
ilonleItly is inst lileli1sel is'ints l
lbscif, hsutsunly asri ssll partssf it.
5. A IchaI' ir f lsi sslsi e S illtcfi n
sis-siest andsi lieras'nlit-s illthssde-
partsient of ssnwdieln, isasnd ssrgsesy
ouosg, hfesrefors' to beis' sa'llisls°d, Ills
cousstheirein Iss begiess isbyaniei-ss
clated'lilu op155'ic li'Ihysisis indiisoIabe:
coimpultsoryuossssasll sltudt('1.
Freshman Clans Meeting.
Tb:- frshmass classss llsIa. storsiy
ni-sotiug sot 4 p. iti. yesltersloy in1 shey
'soiosomattelrs of'-cboes ill-
Y dsicses'ssld .1Olilig 'Wshichs
-ball, footbaill andisI ges"sasi
a lliiliuc5l'i.
Seabosry asillishri svsre,
aivsomitteerio srocusre! so
yelIl. fiso Iresurer wits ills
to collect a (iffy cent lox.

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
anti Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meat-
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
PEACOCK STRIDE"
+ +AND ++
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and description of daisce can
he procured at
WR'ES ACADEMY OF DANCING,
NO.) 6 MAYNARD STREElT.
K.EN WOOID
BICYCLES
"Swift, Strong and Beautful."
Kenswood'sareesved liss Highst Worlds Fir
Airds as Ligist Roadsoter:..
Slesroom--42 Stale St.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGIER.,
TrITUS AND
CABANNE
America'us(Greatesi Riders Save
seiected an their Mouentfor195,
Yea, and there are others. This will
be a Spalding year.
KfW'Fitted with Palmer Tires.
EBERBACH HARDWARE CO.*
G. H. WILD.
THDE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer td the
largest and mo .ock of
IMPORTED' AND ' WOOLENS
for Spring and f 195 in
the city, 'and ' pleased
to have you xalnne
the same.

WATCH
FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES r
FINE
SHOE S.
NATTY
NOVELTIES.
euOODSPEE'S

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