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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WATERMAN'S
IDEAL
FOUNTAIN
PEN
MAKES ITS MARK
All around the world.

The most complete line of s-to-date Men's F'rnishing in the city, is at
D. A. TINKER & SON, 334 S. State St.
dealers in Hats. Caps, Fine Neckwear, E & W.and Ciuett's Collars and Cuffa,
Fancy and White Shirts, Night .Robes, Pajamas, Bath Robes, Gym Suits and
Shoes, Laboratory Suits and Aprons, Underwear, Hosiery, Jewelry, Umbrel-
las. Men's Olothes to order at low prices, fit, quality and style guaranteed.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF SWEATERS

AGENCY FOR THE
CELEBRATED
LONGLEY $3 HAT

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L We have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an up-to date turn out, and so
have addedto ous stockchoffine horses and carriagesaf ALLY-HO, which seats
L fourteen persons. Coaching parties will now be in order. Secure a date for the
Y Tally-Ho. Call up
H HOLMES LIVERY
0 Telephone 106. 515 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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Every One Warranted for
Five Years. LAM PSFOR TUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
Don't be deceived hy fake signs most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester," "The
and advertsoemento offerig the Wat- Yale, "'The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
erman Pen from $1.00 up, as there is Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us.
no Waterman Pen made at that price.
We have the so-called Waterman Old Number:
Pen, which is extensively advertised 44 SO. MAIN ST., D E A N
and which leads the unsuspecting ANN ARBOR, MICH. N0 8
public to believe that they are getting
the Waterman Ideal at thisremarka- Prof. J. C. Knowlton returned last Chicago Alumni Coming.
bly low price. At any time prospect- night from Chicago, where he has The DAILY has received the fol-
ive pen buyers have a few moments been attending a meeting of tho com- lowing concerning the Alumni game:
leisure we will gladly show them the mittee appointed by the seven West- U. of M. Daily, Ann Arbor:
swindle that is being perpetrated ern colleges for the purpose of defi- The Chicago Alumni Association
upon the public. nitely determining what is meant by has arranged for an excursion froni
the words "a college or university Chicago to Ann Arbor, for the pur-
in the rules governiig inter-collegiate pose of permittingthe Chicago aluimni
athletic contests. Prof. Knowlton is to attend the alumni game, fraternity
SI1LEHTI GoI o titcmiteead h
chairman of this comiittee and the initiations and other events of inter-
University Booksellers, Stationers, other two members are representa- est. The train leaves the Michigan
and Engravers, tives of Purdue and Northwestern. Central station at 10:30 a. m., Fri-
The committee made out a list in- day, October 29th.
820 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Micl, eluding all the colleges which should The price of tickets for the round
be included in the -list and with trip is $7.45. These tickets may be
which the "big seven'" may play. secured from the committee at the
During the deliberations of the station on Friday morning and will
committee a telegram was received be good returning on any regular
by Prof. Knowlton giving the result train until and including Sunday,
of the Michigan-Notre Dame game. October 30th. Further information
Prof. Clark, Northwestern's repre may be obtained from the secretary
L o ** sentative, upon hearing the telegram of the association, Henry M. Bates,
A N made the following remark to Prof. 1208 Ashland Block, Chicago.
Knowlton.. "Well if that is the Yours truly,
(Students' Lecture Association.) way your team treated Notre Dame, HENRY M. BATES, '90.
goodness only knows what you will
do to our eleven on the 5th of The Inter Ocean, leadingi Chicago
November." dailt is handled b F. Stoflet,

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,,
Has received a new and serviceable
line of Goods for
TROUSERING.
nest of workmanship.
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave.
W. J.BOOT, Ps.
WF. AnxLsotPEtice-pens STflTh
J. ,.2d Vie-rea S fl I
JOHN. C. WATZ, Asst. Cashier
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
~~ et A Arbor.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Oranzod1Os
Capital, $10000. Surplus and Profits, 140,000
Transacts a general bankingbusiness. Foreign
exchangebought andsold. urnish letters of
credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUL,
Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Cor. Ruin and HlinStreects.
Capita, s$ions. Surplue, $e,0o.. Transacts a
general bunking business.
R, KEMtr, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres,
FRED..BELSERCashier.
Th~e Rnn flrhor Savings IBank
CapitalStot 5 01000. Srplus,$150,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and cells
echa nge en the principl tiues of then United
tao,. nr"ttsecashed uoen proter identiication,
Safety detpsit koe I)o ernt.
tFlERC h~-:Uristian Monk.Prenn.;SW. D. Horri-
mao, Vice-Pre.; Chas. S. Hiscoco, Cashier; M.
J. Frit, AsitantCashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
THE.
Fancy Grocers.
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and oBakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
BATHS- 10c--BATHS
Until Nov, 1, 18s, I will sent tickets

Tickets for the entire course are
now on sale at Wilder's, on State St., The latest development in fresh-
and at Goodyear's, on Main St., or man politics is the rumor that Miss
they may be had from student solic- McKay, the candidate for vice-presi-
itors. The price is only $2.00. dent on the Benscoter ticket, has
concluded to withdraw from the race
Think of hearing on account of her close friendship,
with Miss Farr, who is her opponent
BOURKE COCKRAN 1on the Thompson slate.
For 20 cts., Bureau of Law, Washington, D.
C. Information pertaining to the
INN ES' BAND Laws of the United States, of the
several states and territories of the
For 20 cts., or United States, of Foreign Countries
"IA N MACLA R EN" furnished upon application.

Opeto louiNewsDepot. .' GOOD FOR 10 BATHS FOR $1.00.
Opera House News Depot. Trial single Baths will remnain is before, i2>ceach.
subscription, daily only, delivered at u. ofc Al.shaving Parlors.
noon, $1.50 for 3 mos., payable in J. R. TROJANOwsni, I'-1r0. 322 5. state St
advaice._RAZOR HONING
Huiphrey S. Gray, '94 L., and IS A SCIENCE .
Luman W. Goodenough, '98 L., We Guarantee our work.
have formed a co partnership for the WAiREN THE BARBER,
practice of law at Ludington, Mich.
THE MODEL of State Street
The Goodyear Drug Co. wishes to BARBER SHOP n yDUN &desY'
ThpessGoodyeer suette atIt you desir
itmpress upoti every student the fact rst-class work and courteous treatment
that they carry the largest line of try George and harry at 332 S. State St.
students Supplies and also that they
are NEVER UNDERSOLD. ENOCH DIETERLE, Fnlal aer.
20 m.-6 w. Cal teed Da or Night.

For 20 cts.
The dates for thetabove will soon
ho. made public. Watch the Bulletin
Boards.
S. LA.

Do you know what a
Full Pique Kid Glove is? Most of the gloves sold as Pique
sewed are what is known to the trade as half Pique. Until
this season we have been unable to buy Full Pique Men's Kid
Gloves to sell at $i.oo. But we have them now. You just
think
Men's Full Pique Kid uloves, Imported Stock, sc0lzo $1.00
123 S MAIN ,t WAGNER 4 CO.

UI Leu Ly v N u.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Residence 1335.
Fourth Ave, Phone 129.
STATEST..' f
rA

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