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October 22, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A%%a It aulESr~anmp

F. C. STEBBINS,

TH1E NEW

UKANVALL IYPEWRITER C11DE1I=
-- :BELIABL[1 LAVUJDDYMAN
Is sI~m fOl)O hoks ood Y PSIL tN I, HIGH.
-for$ 3 for $2.50. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK.
r -hn :SATISFACTION GUARANTEED thiradir. e mcwhile d Ysaticds
t Cc , assuare thm y mIll ind me, aceve,,
1!1corcdially,
'o25 1'SATE ST miN: I. T. W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
Simple, Durable; Writing in Sight; S(111001, OFFIETR SA AN
P'ermnanent Alirnmcent; Instantly Dancing and Delsarte. FIET RSA AN
Changeable Type. Thireasonipns ir~s .t meeck in Novmbr. iAeAer
lo eeIarseure e ben'te l an4cd 6p. in. CB-Tz A.SiEli5 S_
J. S.PEARL, Agent, at the chl,eete~ e Flmc
53 E Wasice" Ice '. Ace Arbor. Mih. S= - -S ' iv tatia. 2 . l ns
" A NOVELTY IN
1 itOURCOLO r iA("iL ath I b .
M _T A'riii rliiR, ! / Phe famuno..Star & Crescent Bath Robes
OP r r:11 WWa~iwdo ti..'[hon, No8 (are now made in all the
cccIiZ.>:t . It. , Scabr N0.;1.LEADING COLLEGE STRIPES
(Iduality superb,.[['lade under our "last
Pile" patent. Price, ifire cotton terry,
FLAG PINS $1.501 $7; in finewool terry, $lu. Delivered ,,
YellosandBloc.utRn t unaborelerius',isendctouI
tonsfl~e ~ neiiioiaing rollegc andenclocing price.
With U. of X. or the STAlB & CRESCENT MILLS. CO., I'hilada., P.yer7c
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler. LAMP S! LAMPS ! LAMPS !
B 0 0 K IS Make nilake. Do you wat a lamp? We an show you a great
variety aiid give you lower prices thaii aiiyhein i this mariket.
An examnination of our stockc deimoiistrates tbat it contains the best
Second Hand Books, aind most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years expelriiee 1in the
' Lamop Business is wvcrthm sometiing. Buty of us and get the bene fit of it.

SchalI's Bookstore,
SFormerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
cTHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 IE. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.

Coilege 'Text BLooks,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at rot rate lices at the
STATE STREET.
Barga ins iii Statiollery and Note
Books. Special reductionis this week
on K. & Es Drawing Inastrumnlts.
We leave tics best.
SPALD1NC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and, Sportiiig Goods for the new
;gyminasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers inltihe city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CD,,1
Wholesale and Retail Bookscllers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OIF ANN ARBORf.
Organizedi 1863.
Capital, $110,000. Surplusad tretits,$40,000.
.Trasacts a general batking business.
t'creigc echangeseboughtad sold. Furnishi
letter of credit.
P. nACII. t'ree. S. 'W. CLAtRKSON, Cackler.
22 Years in the Busines..-i "
CITY LAUNDRY,
Xs. R. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Gee. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, rap.
BocaridesWanted.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69 Biller ave., Ass Arbor, Rich.

TDEAZN &8z QOV.PA _N Y_
44 South Rain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.

Prof. Thmapson lecteue's tinhlacbin
classes today.
A. F. Wingert, '91ltaow,lice beeii
nomilnated for ceunty judge ini(Carro11
county, 11l.
'Mr. Binghamic has been nominated
by the trans-Mississipcpi men11ae their
candidate for presidenit of the '195 law
class.
After the events in the field dlay
Saturday. there will be a football
game betweeni the reserves and the '9St
lit tramn.
Htarry Wright, '94 lit, instructor in
tLatin ini the Detroit high school, spent
Saturday ad Sunday with friends ill
Ann Arbor.
The work of improving the sewerage
for the main building is b~eing pushed
rapidly. One of the mnhiloles being
about conmpleted.
Arrangements have been ieade with
an Ypsilati firia by which they have
agreed to furnish ready luade gymna-
slum suits for the college girls for
In the game between tile A. A. t3. S.
and the Normals, at the fair grounds,
Saturday morning, the High School
defeated the latter iby a scare of 12
to 10.
The work on the new boiler house
is about finished. All but four boilers
have fires under them now. Of these
two will be started today and two
Wednesday.

MZr. N. E. Freer, 'ilawIce, of Ch'llea.
is with 1Lwyer Whiitiiini of tis city.
Ini lridlay's teniiis touirnament lHe-
richkcoil Gales beat Davisand1Lyser
T-5, G-2, 6-4. 'flhits scoen's oenitted
ha Saturda~y's retort.
Mr. Ansbach, the ucagician, will give
ani entertaiiimieint at Ha~rris Hlall for
the beniemfit of the ;juiiior miuxiliar
society of St. Aiidrews chiurchi, Fi
dacy evening, (Jet. 20'.
It is but faiir to say thit Bartmls,
when he was umlpirliag ini Saturmdays
game, wished to rule liar offeninlg
Orchard Lakceilayer off, limt Ferbcrt
would lnt consent to it.
The S. C. A. meeting at Newberry
Hail next Sunday will be missionary.
with the general topic, "Prayer cad
Missions." It will he led by come
members of the faculty.
The electric plant far the organ in
the University Hall arrived Saturday
anmd will be put in place immiedliately.
The company say that everything will
ibe completed by Dec. 15.
Tonighat, at the Church of Christ on
S. University ave.. the they. Camdema
M. Cobern will deliver a lecture on
"The result of the Excavator's Spade
in Egypt." Dr. Cohern is a recog-
nized authority on Egyptology, havring
been one of a party who carried on
extended excavatioins ic Egypt. The
lecture is on a subject munch discuissed
at this time and should be heard by
every student. It is one of the lIaland
League series. Admission 15 cents.

SKEEP YOURSELF NEAT
~, AND CLEAN.
W willvi help you withli
Tooth III
ONail Upi~
FINE TOILET SOAPS
~5 NEW DRUG STORE.
HALL[B'S + JE'N[ILRY
46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., aud State st., cor-
ier of William st., havse a
complete stock of
New and Second Hand.
Nate Bookatncdoshier Students' Suppties,
Fice Stationery, SportingG oods, etc.,whc
th~ey offer at the Loest l'rices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
MUSICAL GOODS
AT THlE
SIAIE STREET MUSIC STORE,
Chaeaper thana anywhere else in
the Country.
Corner Washington st., ad
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
'EuOSFB2123.
X. STk.E3LER,
PROPRiIETOR.
G.1ILLWILD
IHE LEADING JAILOB
Has thle newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
thou you are looking for.
£WCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Rain st.

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