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April 24, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-24

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THlE U. OF M. DAILY.

S hal Bs ookstore!
Formerly with George Wauhr, 19
E. Washington at. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
&,ine of Text-Books, Stationery and
N-iscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
SAE DOWN-TOWE BOOKSELLER,
19 . Washington st., one block
east of- Main st.

ICCES.
AETEHIGHEST Of ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Bicycle built la the word regardleso of price.
IDo not be ieduced to par more mosey for asinferior wheel. Insst on
t aigthe Wavnerley. Built andI guaranteed by the tudiana Bicycle Co.
' oa illion doltarcon(C~cr, whose bond ts as good is gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. J. IBROWNA, Exclusive Agt.

BATH SOAP
FOR 5 GENTS A CAKE.
Several other varieties of good
toilet, soups at the same prices.
BATH SPONGES
from t0e up to $1.2 each at
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cur. Fourth Are. and Washingtou St.

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'9$LAWS!
HAVE YOURC
. C NE ENGRAVED
WM ',. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
HIAOKNIT LAMBS
WOOL SMUMT
in bitck., navy, white,
, garnet andi gray,
for Boys, up to 32
itich sizes,
$1.50;
For Meo, all sizes,
$20.
.Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA..
,Sweaters
uheelia & Co.'s
g 4 -LU E- 8OWL
STEAM LAUNDRY Co.
saigh lCous ani IDomestic Finshi.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
'13 souTH1 I FOURTH AVENUE.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ass Arbor, Mich. Capital Stuck, $50,000,
Surpiun, $15S,00S.
Organised under the Generul Bashing Laws
of this State. Reeines depusits, hays and
sells exchange on Che principai cities of the
Unaited States. Draf to rushed upon proper
Iadentification. Safety deposit boxs Cu rust.
OFurneus: Christian Much, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pes.; Chas. E. Idiseunk,
Cashier: Mi. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
W M~. R. FUXDME,
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Curser uf Slats and William sts.,
William it. Antrance.
Platinotypes
Thu latestthing in PHOTOGRAPHY
at

WANAMAKER tailtirs 20 miles of ciloth per tlay. HeIe iys
-it enotrmotis discouttts. You Iiiy of him atnd ycet ivoid the profits of
the snlolestler, the jeibbier, the mniddlemoan. 500 sampics. Up-to-
lLt, tatiloiiing. Fit gaalranlteed. Sweell Sitits $MS
VI I 'sO Y'S 01,D-)TSA :t)in. STTESTREPT.

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Boy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Boy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents 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 7f Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
TD A &8z OP0VLZT.AN T
44 South Main Street.

Law Notes.
.1. Stekietes, '113: L, svas aduiitt to
tlio liar at his home in GiraindlRapilds
dutrinig Ite sprinig vacationi.
'i. 'NV. wit:ic,(Jr,'95tI., who beft for
his homet rtcently, will itot retutii s
yiorIo account of sickness.
inle yiterdaiylaftci' Is tunt-i':1011deril-
eti to lpostponie the Clot: of liairiting
in orattionIsfor t'e lite of class ora-
tors.
Dr. Ciadden's Addreess.
Dr. Wallingltoll Gldden, of Colntm-
bus, Ohlio, gave a s-cry interesting 1ta1k
ott "City Gtos-ernmcnt" it Taippan hall
1last night. Drt. Gladdeii is a maui of
wirvilsIxlirieilcc.Hi-Is letuttrcwssre-
plet th viliinformatioii for thioe who
are iinterestedl in betterinig our social
ceiditions. He swoultd bave our mu-
nicipalitieo freced fromth lesbondago of
partty politics. Ite would leauve the
city to itake its own chiarter. The
wardl, whichl is the father of teswardi
boss and wire puller, should be: done
away with. Our police departnments
should be iiodeled -after the . postal d~e-
parltent, .l'[te corptoration should for-
itishi light as swell as swater. Chiurity,
swhieci is responsible, for the lot-2,
ar-fy of tramps which infest out- coun-
try, should be bestowcedl sith moore
judgmnt.
In conclonion Dr. Gladden said, that
so long an the nmunicipality was gov-
erned by puriles whose only interests
wore thie spoils, we could never hope
for a change for the better.
Miss Caroline McElroy, '91 D, ha
htaving a good practice at San Rafael,
Calafornia.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. D. Robertson, -of
Jewell, Fana., are in the city, visiting
their daughter Miss Georgia. Robert-

C. O0C:1I. CALEN DAR.
Titurs., Atpril 25.-Senior stwing-out
at vesper ,services.
Thiurs., April 25-Viarsity inie vs.
Detiroit at1 Aini Arbtor. Gamle colledcti
4 o'clock.
'[lirs., Atiril 25.--Meeting of (ita-t
uate club at trot. Israicl C. Rtussell's,
cot-ncr Oxford aiid Hill sts. 7:30 ti.
ini., Prof. Thoimas will speak on "Tins
Beglinings of Poetry"
F~ri., April 21.--tntercollegiate debate
betw'een Northwistern and Msichiigan
Fri., Aprtil 21i-tev. E. W. tRyan, of
Yplsilanti, wtill lecture iii M. E. clintcit
on "Pale-stine."
Fti., April 2tt-Debate betweei
hirlihgait atd Nortliot-estern illClii-
etigo.
Fri., Alitil 20.--Wtiniiiu's leaguc, will
gise "Antita's Trial" in iiight schtool
hllt Opeii to menibct-s of the league
aiid other ladtien.
Sati., Alitil 27.-Aiinual election of
thle Studeits" Lecture association.
Sat., April 27.-'V amsity nine! va D.
A. C. at Attn Arbor. Gaine cale
at 3:30.
Mlon., April 29.--"Schtumann Eveni-
ing' 'at the Unity clnb, "closing this.
season's cent-ne.
Wed., May L.-Kenyon College base-
ball train vs. 'varsity nine ut athletic
field.
Thtura., May 2.- Senior sot-ial at
Ct-anger's academiy.
Thiurs., May 2-Chuncey M. De-
posyill University hull before OhsP
Oratorica.l association at 5 p. m.
Fri., May 3.-Northern. Oratorical-
League intercollegiate contest, Iowa
City, 'to.-
Fri., May 3.-Lecture of Senator
Johin W., Danieli in S. L. A. coursea
Subject, "Americanism, and the Mon-
roe Doctrine."
Thurs., May 9.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Fri. antd Sat.. May 17 and 15.--
Ct-nod May Festival held under.anus-
plce of the U'niversity Musical so-
ciety.
The Daily will be delivered,
at vour roomn nthew hnlancm' i

. 0 . SPLDNN&BRS
a Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895,
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
1IICYCL1wES 1
KENWOOD, The IMPERIAL,
MARCH, Big RELAY,
'95 LEADERS.
HighstCPossihle Grade and fully guar-
anteed. Coa't he deceired by utnserupuloua
agents it lute nlgsecond grade (rept-esented
as highi grade)lbicy-les when we are offeritng
wheels known tlhe worldi over as best in
strength, beauty and eaoy runing. We earl
save you $S$5.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER,
it S. State st., near cur. William.
MOYORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., eor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNITEIJ XITI BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books amid other Students' Supplis
Fine Stathonery, Spurting Goods, etc., which
They offer 'at the Lowest Prices.
Canland see ins before purchasing.
G. 1H. WIL.,
THE LEADING TAILOR
andI Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND -DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for' Spring and Summer of '195 in
the city, and would be pleased
to hav'e you call and examine
the same.
Fuill Drw Suits a Specialty.
R Washington st.. near Main.

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