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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
111 eo6 S. MAIN ST., and

i

CHRISTMAS
*SHOPPERS
WITL FIND) AT OUR
STORE THlE LARGEST
AND CHOICEST STOCK
OF . . . . . . . .
s- -:OOK S_
We also carry a very Complete Line of
Calendars,
Christmas Cards,
Desk Sets,
Pocket Books,
Cardl Cases, etc.
A T LOWEST PRICES

iair~iinnr 342 S. STATE ST., C.WllanS.
W, V. VVEITMORfE 32S TT to.WlimS.
CARRI ES
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
Fountain Pens and Miscellaneous Books,
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.

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Intmrollogiatc Bureau o1fiRadomic Gostume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
i ~ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods msds to order sod rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERIN, WesternMngr.,
Haskell SMuseum, n, o.f Chicago
One Horse Sleighs for two people Take
2 Horse 4 or 6 . Your
4 " " 24 " Choice

TELEPHONE 1on HOLMES' LIVYERYi
Oanopgj for Parties, Bic., Etc.

a1s E. LIBER,

TY

cawlld rattention Fto STUDENTS.
calyu~~tnint our .Booko for children, T fwihw aemd We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
of wichwe hve ade ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
an unuoually large most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New llnchester," "The
andl careful assortmetes. Yale, " "The Royal,I ""1The Berlin Student Lamp, "" The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want thse heat Lamp for the Leoast lfoisep come and see us.
_________Old Number:
4450S. MAIN ST., D A N C
ANN ARBOR. MICH. D A
SIIE EI A N1\ Under the Red Robe Tonight. Prisoner of Zenda" set the fashion, In
response to many requests Charles Froh-
"tUnder the Red Rb, ihM.Wl a gave several revival performances
& -C o o Liam Morris and a splendid scenic pro of "Under the Red Rots" at the Empire
& co . duction, is muakinag a tremendous hit Theatre recently and the furors they
OUH throughout the entire country. The crested was tremendous. Prompted hy
.330SUT company, which is a most complete one the reception given these revivals he
STATE STREET gin every respect, appears at the Athens determinsed to repeat the piece is a few
__________________-Theatre tonight. other cities and the peformances here
-, csic Studio Here is the opinion of one of thte Will no douht he thoroughly appreciated.
leading professors of Cornell College: The Weyman-Rose drama was not only
Place, Pipe 05gar) aed Ceeneesittec ITHACA, N. 1., O~ct. 21, 1898. the greatest popular and financial
H . H 1, PF R. M. H. GUTSTAsnT, Manager: triumph in the history of the Empire
F?..I-I Iii1~. ~4 F E" Dear Sir-We enjoyed "Under the Red Theatre, hut it was also the greatest
Rote" so tunch last night that I des ire artistic achievement of the comnpany. A
Froa StattgartCoseatury,OGemany. to tank you for declaring so empthati- delightful, brilliant, many-sided per-
312 S. Divisio St. Canuert Piece Tactag cally that you kenew we wotuld, and forutance, the company's telling of
___________________________shtould he glad if you hatve any way ofJ Stanley Weyman a story really enhanced
M j(counmsunicating with Mr. Mlorris, to have the charm of the hooks itself. Where-
M ILL RD ihim and Miss Gaunt know in part of ever played it delighted its audiences
our admiration for thseir performance. ad paved thae way for future successful
THlE Particularly gratifying was it also to visits of this organization. This is go-
P~tLNTERwitness a slay whtich, witile intensely lug to he the last chtance theatre goers
tnteresting, is atbsolutely clean. ' will have to see "t'nder the Red Rote."
Aceh Abor, Mieh. Wittest wishes for your success, I LOS T.-Op en faced gold atacht C.
VeretmtliyursIC. B. uoa case Returis to Plti Delta
THE RENowaND ANOLIN VIRTUOSO (Signed) BoaT G. Wannes:.i Phi ltoutse anti receive $5.00 reward.
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE, (Professor of Neurology, Vertrbrate 71 C. C. SMIaTII.
Zoology and Physiology, Corcell Uni- SEs t EOrmosu sd
Will give lessons on the mandolin andvest) - to ortltr noteoat at Henry Bros. (over
guitar at the Unsier'sity Schosol d UdeohfRdRtscms ou Nls olly's storte,_State St. 66i
Nesceey Fia.Fo eus id ediately after its pronounced triutuph Fists skating at tite Anna Arhor
hours apply to the Secretary. at the Empire Theatre. Mr. Williant
___________Norris, the sterlittg young romastic Slttn Pr, othFfit
actor who created so many important (WATED-Elvery see to Say the ltes and
C nyTHE roles under Mr. Charles Protean a mast interesting egame ever inventod. 'Base
Corner Candy Store direction, will head a large organization Batt at usoms." It is ptayed by tinerson
1 . fcompetent actors. That the pou acsh reprsenttng a Oss Buttnine and wiltscouse
poulrinrnshits adessoss the sume susany games
North atftisasry's iDseg Store) demund for rotnance in novels and on played on she field. Sent prepaid to any udrssc
Tenders a keinmd invitatton to atl wishing frshst the stage is not waning is apparent in on receipmt of a5e.
goods at reasonable prices. Lunchies at alt the success which "Under. the Red BASE BALL AT BOSECOn.,
hases, crests Pep Ors, Peauts and Candy.,R . 58,5, 5.ChamheofCoammerce,
Baa Coltree and sansdwiches atRosh asiacieved. Ever stnce The Inetseit Mtch.
Wi. a. PAnRKER'S, 315 a. State 55. _____________________________________
MONEY LOANED LOOK lMrarkIIfat gift see that thse
On Watchae,Dtamaonds, Whses outher Per- namel5 "Hailer"is
soalPopry.T isWTCESAD EELYREARE, on the article or on the b)ox. Ithis is a guaranstee that it is
WATHESANDJEELR REAIRD. good. Souvenir Holiday Gifts ! Thle largest line ini Wash.
Office at residesuce, 555 E. Liberty at.,Ann As-
Mi. Adbunesconetal.mHs . tni. out of gifts desiraisle for ladies and gentlenmen.
Joseph C. Waits. E xamine otur Stock.
Bargainns nScond-handWatchesad Diamonds
MAKE A ST'RIKE
BOWLING ALLEY.
310 S. Main St.
T.. MAHONEY, - Proprietor. 1
Open Day andgNight.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
TAILOR,
Mkes e specialty uf
Fine Black Suits.
At Wohmunshp.
214 East Wahingon S., nears 5ticAe.
W. J. Base, PEs. ST T
W. Accus , 1st Vie-pee
J.V. S E5ee 2 d Vie-pres
JaEN.OC. WarT, Ast. Cshir SIVIO
BAINK
Transacts a general
Bankintg IBuiess.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK uads 18s3
Capil, 5510,0. 5eurpls and Pofis, 940,00
Trasctsoiaugeneralbaig bsiness. Foeig
exchangboughtad sad. Farnish lettes of
credit.
E.0D. IENE, ires. HARRSON SOULE,
Vie-Pes.
. W. CLARKON, Cshue
Q@I fh anirs k
Cor. Sate nd Bintan Sierrs.
Cpitl, 650,000. Soeplus, $30,000. Transcusla
geel bankingbusiess.
R, KEesF, Prs. 0 . a.RENoE., Vic-Pes.
FEE. 1,B nusSE. uashior.
Tle AnniAfrbor Savitns Bailk
Capital Stool. s50,0. Surplus, $50,00
Orueunircd nertheseneral Baunkisg Lus
afthIlis State. IRceivse dposis, buy and sell
exchageon te opinipal cits uofttho Uited
Seatse. Drufts oshd uopsropes idontificatiun
Saftiy depositaboas to rot.
Oseessaso, ChistinsMac, Pes.; W.D.Barri
man, Vie.l'es.; Chas. E. iocos, Cshier; S.
J. Prits Asssat Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCEI,
THE
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M1. Barber Shop
ad Batle ioomss.
J. Bt. YsOJAsswsR, Pop. 322 S. Stat S
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE .. .
Wo Gurantoe Or Wurk.
WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBERSHOP 5iDONNE&ELY'S
BAR ER HOPIf you desire
first-class wrk and courteous treatment
try George and Iharry at 32 . State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, Fuea mamrrco
Callstteded Day as Night.
No. tui . Liety Steet. Residene 535
FactS Ae, Phoes1Its
.M.W. MUIWAQRDo
[ TAT ST.
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