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May 14, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-14

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TilE U. OF Ii DAILY.
ELLI, T TAIOR,2200 to 2204 State st., Chicago
Will be at the Cook House, Ann Arbor, from May 15th to May 25th, inelneive, with the
SIVELLEST LINE OF SUITINGS AND PAINTINGSI
,ever shown. Imported English Clay Suit, Sack or Cutaway, $20.00. Are you with me?

ELLS

TH E

"*TAILOR.

T.~.Ddyou get a Liar's Diplomiia! Send 2c _stamp.

At 0 SPALDING& BROS
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAIN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
BIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895._:
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUEO I
SENT' FREE.

ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL. HIGH GRAES.
Warranted aeperior to any Bicycle hoblt toi the world, regardle-s of price.
iDo not he induced to pav more money for an inferior wvheel. Tcsist on
havicih Wliaerley. ,Bultand guarpcintedy the Indianao iyet Co.,
a0 milion dollar coocern, whose bood j as goccd as gold.
21 lb. SCOILOHERP, $85. 22 b. LADIES', $TS.
H. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.

NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA,
'95 LAWS!
IHAVE YOUR
CANE EI-AT---
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
SWEATER S
PPwt For Men adliloyn,
- IMOIKNIUIR
WOIOL SIV[AT[AS
in black, navy, White,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up tor 32
inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes-,.
v $ 2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA:
Sweaters
-AT-
,h oan &Co.'s,

WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of clotd per play. lie hIys
at enormous disconnts. Yon buy .of him an~d you eavoil the profit4 of
the whole-sailer, thejobber, tile middlemnan. 500satpies. Ups-to-
dlate tailoring. Fit guaranteed. ' well Suits $1Fi
WILSEY'SOLD STFAND. STYATE STREEIT

H1-OW

Flonr is going utp. Tomatoes area, going dows.
Eat Tomatoes.
B Pounds. Greenwood, 75-etlts-jper dozen.
31 Pounds, eninsular, 55 seal-s jeer dozen.
.t Pounds.-iverside, B95 cents peer dozen.
All good Mesb Goods.
DE. cN & CO'.PANT

A A C _J.]t 741F .

f 44 Sat n RoutStreet.

ICE .COLD
SODA WATER
-AT-
E. At. MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOU NTAIN.
Ice Cream Stoa, Vernor's (Itisger
Ale, and IIl popular drinkls.
A. E. MUMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Car. Fourth Avwe, and Washnglon-St.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to all pohles for sale hy
ANN ARBOR R: B. TICKET AGENGY,
33 E. HuoomSt t.
Member of Americas Ticet Broker's Assn-
ciation. Alt Irsansptsrtsttons '4~-aa
anotred. Ticketesbooght and sold.:
$ a500 IMPERIAL P$65 MNC ER:.
42. STATE Sr., ANN ARIOR.
J00RE &WETMQRE
615. Main st.,r and State et.,;cr-
nor of William St., have a"
eomp~lete stock of
New audSecond Hsa*nd.
" Note Books 6 testeter Students SSohites
Floe Statlonos, ,SportingGocod,.eteHchic4
ds#ey offer 'at the Aa~vent Prices ..
Call and s"tebefore purelanug,.
TH E ir ' NTOf 4AILOR
arid I aa! eived the
largest t et. stock of
IV.IPoRTE#. - , STIC WOOLENS
fo ,Spy drier" of '&)5 in
the ei tit be pleased
to* he land examine'.
the s
Full s a Specialty.
F.. ,st.,Oner.Main.

UIrPVERSFTY NOTES.
E.. A. rWIitie tns; itolIffg bat the
D. K. E. Imnet .
II .Lewis.'J3' T . is ine;the city at-
tending.eciecit court..
Air. L. - Stanace maitructer in BEng-
lish, has gone to CSItige u to attend the
funeral of aile uncle..
J. R. Moore, 4t40" _ nrss 1,' hs cbeen
atdded to the list of tho track men.
it the tiwlita hlbde.x
E. F. L3tecrs, captadn of theI
'varti: footIill isaui ini''.O, is'a gns t
at the, Psi iLpsjIen lioctes.
J. W Lyons., V6 D, will return her
tue01rrw frota Mft. Plettoa~nt, iMicl ,
where- he has been assisting ht&e
comely school exatnining board,, of,
whdch he is a minbr.
Messrs. Neeley and MeLaclilan hve
feinted a. paortiteeship and will pr~actice
dentistry oh Marion, 0., wlscre they
have alceady engageld a suite of rooms
for their dental parlers.
Th1e. rain and coldl yesterday tpre-
vented any outdoer Iwaetict on ithe
parI of either tile hasehall or trackA
leans candidates. The track mten wvill

11 callted out z y 'gatrdl so tt'd
t c. the.
Aott$.150 wooth. cif instrutucisrts
mete stolen fronat thedentldepart-
imet laharatoi'y Sunday el-enitog .;.
"They were the prperly ef tdursmd"
iBois, H. B. Heept 'et'. antd Fri'-
zh von Wideisird . Ther. ia uo,(A
l0, the thieves.
Dr. W. H. Jktcksoe taus prosa e
the dtental department with a t ry
,valuabtle collectien cif dental joasritalt
I nthis ,accuse latio of deiti lifer
IaturiAs a tletr 1'fie n -t
Denta1 ,MisenCu, a public a. thiatl_
originated 1873 Tand e dL'in! 1881,
atid of, v O h the college lhaAd only
four. nut en. The collIc tiasa ateels
itludces aony tether valuable fjornl
to . the,:membser of several hundred..
It is hoaped theat othter friends .andt
alumni of the UniverIsity wll &ridoce
the usefulness ef.. use departmnent in..
this wuay' by increasing the amount of
literatulre at the disp)osal. of the tis-
Do you want boarders? If so, ad.
vertise ypur board 11n toe. Daily.

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