THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
GREAT REDUCTION SEILE
- To close out odd izeo.
I)D. A. TINKER & SON,
-. . - 334 S. STATE S'TREET.
f ' Ageecy for the Celebrated toogley #3 flat.
-.Beet OneeDollar Oloe, to tie city to the
6tRir peopIR. - I1tmFoIegqiate Bureau o1flRwaa C ostume6.
ALBANY, N. Y.
GIpe, (:ownsfl, and Hoods made to order aod rented. Also Class
recod of I ober.Cases, ti as Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
rcrofpersonalosr W. C. KEEN, Western Mngr.,
Haskell bMuseums, Un.o.sf Chicasgo
vation ancd experience, with a
short summary of the more
important facts in the history
of the archipelago.
Dean C. Worcester.
Publisher's Price, - $4.00
Our Price, - $3.00
M0LM ES' LI VERY.
FINE COACHES AND
5 15 E. Liberty St.
COUPES FOR PARTIES.
LAMPS O STUDENTS.
We call attention to nur complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
rangiug in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New llochester," "Ths
Yale," "The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the hest Lamp f or the Least ffoisey come and see us.
44 SO. MAIN ST.O, MC. DEA N&CO00,
SHFE F1R FN & n To Speak3 Before the Oratorical King Lehr, the wvell known pitcher
60#Associatian. of the U. of. M. hasehall team, and
UN :ISTY BOOKSELLERS While in Chicago Prof. T. C. Huherta freshman mdicdfbBttle
wellsi Seti known oratorstoaprheeleyn S. Main street.
Piano, Pipe Orgap sod Coposittisn o migyarsie the OrtrclAsc a uspice Notice to Sophomore Girls.
-~ Ott Jant. 21, Henry D. Estahrook Thc sopheomore girls who have not
" K ' J will he teatdercel a receptioen in Uni- paid their dues will have an uppor-
Froms StuttgartCoeervatory, Germany. versity Hall, siutilar to titat given to taitity to do so 'Tuesday afternoosn
312 B. Dntsoo St. Concert Ptanos Tastas Jon Jeffersont last year. He will ad- frott 1 to 5 p. to. in te Ladies'
dress the itetmters of thte associationt Waiting Room.
lviIL.J..ARD upotn this occassioti on "'The Mission
of America." Hon. Geo. R. Peck, Choice novelties ill photographs
THlEsate if the fittest orators itt the west for holidays at IRandall's. 66
PJ.R.NTERt todatyswill appear sit April 27.
Manty' prottinent Chicagoans will Students Directory-$1 to stu-
Ass Aerbor, Miect. accomtp~anty Ihilt, attong thtenm will he: dents. t.f.
rHE RENOWNED MANDOLINt VIRTUOSO FrnlnH HedA. .Rvl, Fertd. W. Peck, A. C. Bartlett and A Charming Book About Old Violins.
MR,. W. EUGENE PAGE, Hie. Ro't. Linceoin. Violinists everywhere will hail with
___________ delight the heautifully printed and
Ws~ill give lessons on the mandolin and Befeire the season opeineed, Della authoritatively written hook shoot Old
at te ' 1111up n soid 20,00 'Violins, published hy Lyon & Healy,
guitar atteIIivrsesy Sselsool of loxpetupisod cashit 000 of Chicago. Good old violins may now he
Mssies every Friday. For 'Terms and lhertwit money to pay for t he pro- obtained for $25.00, and a violinist to
hours apply to the Secretary. deictiettiof "Thte Little Hoot." There foolish to remain handicapped with a
______________________________is isotttractioit ittAtmerica superior poor instrument.
s~to it or is popular, atnd the fact that Mills' U. of M. Directory-to
1he Man W ho e lI sby a blunder of at' ex-mnanager it studlents $1 per year iti advance. tcf.
Peats aod Pobecoro at the Attiletic oill he seent i nt owa'iof this size ys sbytelis o
Field is oughl to he appreciatedl. Who has motineesiggoaie eeranveoted. "Bose
W .P RKcR' not heard of Della Fox? Biat nome." It to played by two peeson
W S.P R E ,__eah represetng aBasealniendwlscr
---- " toinerus, bits sod eeeoes the samoe as soy game
X1 5 S. Shae. Call in and see him. Dot't delay your phtoi sittings at olayed o the field. Sent prepaid to soy address
_______________________Ranidabll's. Conic early anid avoid BASE BALL ATs'HOME CO..
M OCN EY LOANED the usual holiday rush. 6650,09Chme etoteih
os Watchee, Diasmonds, Whteele oe othee Pee "sC~j~UETT" C0.IAR
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. - WA MONyARCH :5HIRT3.
Offiee st residence, 33i N. Libeety St., Ass Ar
boe, Etch. Alt business cofdential. Hius ,,8
toi1130i. . mand itoai:i0and 4to9p.mi.A
Joseh C.Watt. A Strong Combination
Bargaioas nSeeond-haod Watehes andadiaonad s
. ........ Which you cannot he without.
MAKE A STRIKE You will always find the latest
i productions with us
BOWLING ALLEY. E'at
310 S. Main St."
T. MAHON EY, - Proprietor _ W'agner &e Co.,
Open Day aod Night. 123 S. MAIN ST.
JOS. W. KOLLAU F,
Maes a speialty of
Fine Black Suits.
1t4 EasotWashngoS., nars 5th A'.
W. J. BsOO, PRES. S f
W. As~oso, ttVicee-pes
JaV..C. WA T, VAe-s ~teSIIVINS
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL ANK Ognzd16
Capitast,-$10,00. 5Suplesd Pofits, $0,00
Tresas a geeral baig bie. Freig
esbage boght sod eold. Feish lettes sf
. D. KINNE, Pes. HAitRISON SOUib.
S. W. CLAKSON Csher
Cs. Mainand Huron Streets.
Capital $5000t.Surapls, $00,00. Tasacots s
geoeeal ttanhing bsiees.
N, KEssor, Pes. C. N. GREENE, V ieePrs.
Foss. . BoaSa. Cashier.
The An[nH lrbor SainUuSBank
Capital Stoek.$50,000. Srpls, $t0,00.
Ogaized undesteeeeaBanig Lws
of this Sateec eeieesdepoeittobys adBeles
eange oo the piipal eities o thetUnited
Staes. nafanasled uopn pepe idetfiatio
Safety deposit boee to reet.
Oreceesa Cheitias MaekPee.;W. .ilsri.
mi , Vce-Pres.; Chas. . hisecoek, Cshiee;0M.
J. Fittz, Assitant Csie.
LAMB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and lakery. Call
and see u.
318 S. STATE ST.
U. of M1. Barber Shop
amd Bathn 1oo1ms.
J. It. TsAOANOWaSK, Prop. 32 S. State St
IS A SCIENCE .. .
We Gusaratee Oe Work.
WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of State Street
BAR ER HOP is Bus & E's
BAR ER HOPIf you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 32 S. State St.
ENOH IETEDIE Eble n
ENCH ULII1L Funeral Direors.
Calls attended LDsy r Night.
No. 11 E. Liety Street. Residence 5ii
Feurth Aye, Phoe12.
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