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October 15, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-15

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THE IU. OF M. DI~LY.
Make It Your Bsnes
W~iiznyoulilby Mactcat Instrumnts, made it your business to get Value for Your Money.
Its easy to hay some music goods low, but that kindl is not always1 Cheap."
T'ise best is lb'elheipest, alwaiys wras, always will be, you know it and so does the entire 'World. We soil and recommend the best.
AV E F CA N S LITI YOU A-AINDO LIN for $7.0-not the tbes -a Waslhbuirn or a Ricea will cost soe
TX F CA S'1 YOU fL rj . jr for 11000-not the best, but eisod-a Martin, Washburn, or U. ofTAM. cost mote, but they are
X E C7 N SF1 L YOU1.j , 13\NJO for $1.0.)-bitt a Stewatrt',iiairnksot Waldo is better value at $13.00 to $40.00.
We want your trado an will
make prices anod values to The Ann \vbor Organ. Co.,

gat it.

51 South Ma; n St., cor. Liberty.

MOORES W TIMORE t rrr aeJA
JA NOVELTY IN
nI101,of Willia ll)S., 1, las''a
NIVES1 R, t Q I'h fE* iris ta& Crescent Bath Robes;
1-.C 05;; <t EAiNiilCLaLEtlicSTRIPES
New and Second Han',Yd. 5'?, i ,it ysuea ln itdc un der ioir "l ist
Noil Book- an ithii erS' iiil 'is'S Oiiei's i lf l. r e, i fiec otoi cterry,3
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l in i~in~yr(cll ra~.echc free. Returniltoif iiisatisfactory. If;
it' ofe t ii'i Lowe '4l I '1 -t4 iot found it your idealers', senld to us
3 = m' iiionin' rcollegeiiudccosiiig price.
Ca11 and se" us before purchasing. "ei. ei. 'iiLN IL ePmld. s
STR e mm vrMIL OPliljl. a

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LAMPS!

LAMPS

LAMPS !

Miakee no miistaks'. Do yiis swaint alampit? Wee nsi dayiiou grieat
variety aid gice 3'ioi loiwerepices than atiy house iii tihis market.
Ate exaimina tiotn if iiir stock sdemtonsrate's tihet it eonttains liii'blst
santdiiost imipiroveiiid l tumis'. 'l'liiriy-thire'e'yi'arsexperielwiein iitlii
tamip buinesse is Nci tli sonleitiiiigr. Buy ut is ansi get liii' betirit if it.
_ DECA d&COMIPANY_
44 South Maim Street.

FLAG PINS $IbO5G
~' Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of X. or the
year 75i.
M. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Priif. Thosmnpson lectrsstoii lii'lass
ilassi's onthelfli'st ihie'i'days of this
Theis Dally still littblisit the afttisd-
snce t kite ittdetail itnttom'oo's
The total registration t iCoirniell lil
to last tridlay wsa13572 atintst 1i670
it tecaine date last year.
The Y. Al. C. A. hielid a Personial
Blessiig' tmeeting siltsong ericeeeat

tProf. KirichntesillI lidritto itlis'
lawssntImlircay amnul I'iiliy.
A tmilitary i'Otiliitiy ltas tibie fiteiii'
si t itHar'var'dlunerit'hets namie if
Ifarvard Rifles.
"Btloosdy Mondsay"inight at itar -asd
tiassies this yetar'wthomut a freottiuai-
sophlomior'e rush.
The editors of thti' Mietigams Alutm-
tns is t'ecseis'ing mce eir agettet
trom thte alumtnii thtroughoutmt thei. ciotn-
try. The fbeet number of te Altumntus
waill aptpear this wseek.

SchaIIers Bokstore
Formietrly weithi George Wahur, 19
F. Washiingtont ot. Headquarters for
everytiniti Student seeds itn the
linte iof 'iext-Btuooks. Stationtery anid
.Miscellaneeous Stuiek ini genteral.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWIN BOOKSELLER,
19 I. Washuingtoni of., otie loek
east of iMaini st.
6 A. E. MUMMERY'S,
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- KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
AND CLEAN.
We will lieltiyost withi
O NEW RUl STRE
FIETOLET SAP
46 S. MAIN STREET.
Corner Washtington st., ated
Asieley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
'-i5110N ' 123.
PRPIETORi.
Gr. 1IT. WIEl)
IHE LEAOING TAILOR
Has the newvest Fall and Winter
Woolens anid largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking toe.
ZW-COME AND SEE US.
to E. Washington st., near Main st.

Second Hand Books, Newberry Hall ltist might. ['lieTBanjo elcib still hiolid in exammi-
College Text Books, 'Thme foetball mniemwsill probably get iiiatiomethits evemimig in roomti 2:1 at 4i
im the gyminiasiumte this sweek, bitt it p e.LtalImscsti 5mlit'
Law' Books, p.sce l hs woZiht r ill not lii. tirossioenm to genei'al fur a plitereen(it tiieiisi-t.i's.iar's
Medical Books, msc foerci'veral days. -~etciifrtbi iatlhmgtlr
at cut rate prices at the lime memubers of the S. C. A. hiave' Yale geaduatimig riassi'stiblsim
l 1 l ? f 1j ulcr S tI 1 (lb n usythe past sveek entertaimimeg5 1 el'" lase book; roidaitigRalf tomee photo-
gJ\.l thl~ e Y. 1t. C. A. delegates, att'ndsing graphs of the e nesrs, bieif rissc
BagisTATn StieryTand it' elate convrntion lirre. iof the metrnmdurimig their routse, a his-
IDisks andmicidrocuies ini lhe ami- tory of time four years iii tolle.- i sch
hooks. special reductions this week maiilmmorploigical laboratory ssililib' saltuable statistic.
,o K. & 's Drawing Inmstrmitents. assignetd to the begininimg class it ietnsesf-ofIuiestob
5We iave time best.TeUiest f assfobl
Bilology this veek. Thsosc takinig a teame is very strong tihis year. 5Thie
SPALINC'5 ATHLETIC CLOTHING lotiledl drawceemust. detuosit -y0 rents men hiave been practicing sinceem
and Sporting Goods for time newvfor thie key. early part of September amid cviittakt'
-gynenasinmn. Conme aned see us. We TeApaN edisuulme-adtrie fott i rmu
are tiee largest dealers in time city TeAih uirdisuulme-adtrie fott st ru i
and our pmrices ate time lowest. imig Saturday evening. A good sited, at Kansas City, Nov. 10.
uurrmiau ~ .audience wsas present amid a very in- After titree mniths spent in repiris,
SHEEH~fAN ~' CU., tret~ program wvas given. At time the Methodist church re-otpenesi its
'Wholesale and Retail Bookselleis bnsinies mieeting svhich followsed, time anditorium yesterday. The gallery
L , ociety derided to remaims in its pros- has been extended and the entire en-
11 ' 1~ + 1IIAA -IL"Y ent quatters, and to *co-operate with terior decoratetdi, so that it is time
Represemits Every Department Piof. Scott in arranging time furniture largest and finest of anmy in the city.
of the University. so me to make roonm for tsvo nosy beok Professor Stanley has charge of thme
$2.650 PER YEAR. c ases, which are to be introduced, organ and chorus.

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