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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 TH UNVERSTY F MCHIGN DILY

STUDENTS
Would you save money? Then buy
yor Books at the
STU DENTS'
BOOKSTORE,
SfIELJRfl & GO.,
State Street.
For First Year Law Students
We have Cooley's Blackstone,
Anson on Contracts,
Cooley Torts,
Huffcutt's Cases on Contract,
Burdick Sales,
Burdick Cases on Sales.
For First Year Medical Students
Gray's Anatomy,
Sternergs Bacteriology,
Freer's Chemistry,
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Vaugan and Novy's Ptomain.
For First Year Dental Stdents
Gray's Anatomy,
Freer's Chemistry,
Gould's Medical tDictionary,
Essig Prosthetic Dentistry.
For Literary Departmsent St-
dents
We have all the Greek and Latin
Books, French, German, Mathemati-
cal and Engineering Books.
SECOND-HAND OOKS
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS
Waterman & Parker's Founs-
taisnPesns.
SH[EUHfN & 60.,
State Street.
Sb.LoA.
(Students' Lecture
Association.)
Watch for the S. L. A.
anniouncementts. You can not
affordI to miss a single number.
Tickets will be on sale early
next week. The first number
will be October 21. Foi' fuller
particulars watch the DAILY
anti the Bulletin boards.
So L. A.

CORRECT MODERATE
STYLES PRICES
The moat compiete lines of as-ta-date me's Fureishing is the city, is at
D. A. TINKER & SONI, 334{ S. State St.
deaiers ia Bats, Caps, Fiae Neckwear, E. & W. andClueats's Collars ad Cuff.,
Facy ad Whita Shirts, Night Robas, Pajamas, Bath Robes, Glym Suits ad
Shoas, Laboratory Suits ad Aproas, Underwear. nosiery, Jewelry, CUmbrel-
las. Me's Utothes to order at tow prices, fit, qualitty ad style guaranteed.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF SWEATERS

AGENCY FOR THE
CELEBRATED
LONGLEY $3 HAT

L We have decided to saeisfy a losg felt want toe as op-to data tare oat, al s0
have added to ear stock of fine horses ad carriages, a TALLY-HO, which seats
L fourteen parsons. Coachinf parties will sow betan order. Secura a data for the
Y TaIly-Nos. Call up
H HOLMES LIVERY
0 Telephone 106. B1B EAST LIBERTY ST.

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JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Fine Domestic amid Foreign
WOOLENS,
has removed to
204 East Washington St., seer 0th Are.
Wilt be pleased to oet old and saw customecrs.
W.vJ. Bo3TH, PRES. S fIT[
W. Asset, st V ice-pae 1
Jt. V. SHEERAs, 2d Vice-pae fVN
JOHN. C. WALTZ, AsstCashie~1IU
WINK
Transacts a general
Bankitig Business.
FIRST rNATIONAL BANK OrgooloeniA .
Capital, 8t00,ro0. Surplusand Prcots, 840,00
'tranactstagcneraolbankingcusinscs. Foretigs
echaeoueght ond sold. Fornsh letters of
credit.'
E. 0. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOLt.
S. W.CLARhKSONCosi.

LAMPS FORSTUDENTS
'We nail attention to our complete line of ('enter Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
rangitng in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester," "The
Yale," ""The Royal," "The Berlin Studenit Lamp, ""'fThe Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us.

Ol ubr E N0844 SO. MAIN ST., ' A Cor. Mots and Huon te tsl.
ANN ARBOR. MICH. L / . - *Copitlt&,000ho. Surplcs, $30000. Trasactslc
-ROKccc-,i'es. C.b.GoaE,'cVice-Prcs-
Eugene P. Lyle a former U. of M. Noiet--dmn cI e ~Cc,
manct in Mexico, has written a novel WVANT--Tromubones, Altos, Cor- Theilo nIH rbor Savings BanK
etititled "Don Swashbuckler." 'Tis nets, and Clarionets. Old members Capital Stock.50,000.'Surplusc.$1c0,0005
sory is a dashing and unique to- wrill plciase send in their addresseestta t Rc esuce l,10;'"its
tmance dealitig with Central Atmerica ontce to E. P. dePotnt, 509 East Jef- Ci <t eteinodec Ic eesccc iscul~. a I rell
inmdr ie.The wrterhas o tts. e c eots,bu ly-sccl tit
in nseu tce rtr earsoll. excla ,,,co00n 1c th e r i ci ca c tic t e ited
spent a tnmber of years south if -. Oiccicc. iiccsed pn-I rper-ct "ic'ion
the Rio Gratide and should be able Sam. Steiti ex-'99, is in tswn for a oF tt aicrsiancack. Pres.;:W. D.iHarri-
ts pictuire these Latin-Anerican eliat- fe.dasizAsic-tr ahier . IiccCetc
acteristics just tnow of such inter- Notice., -
cot tcc Amcericancs. The honk is For deficiencies itt Greek or Latin
pulihe b F Tnnso eey n ak pivtLAMBucio wt&grduPE
Ncew York and wrill be on sale in ate stttdent.t Call or address E. L. NOER,&
about a month. (AM.) 306 N. State. 9 T HY E
The corporation of Brown Uiver- Miss Roda~ Selleck, '98 is teacinitg
sity last steak accepted the resigna- at icr Ihotme in Bay City, Mi ch.bc ro e -
tin oft Dr. E. Becjamin Andrews as Ann Arbor Art School. IA
luPpreiet ais hsse r slticeessc- TeAnAbrAr-colwl
ingappecitio ofhisserice, eecreopen on Moniday, October 3d, at We keep everything icsually kept in a
ed acomitte o si tochose isd24 S. State St. For tertus and par, first-cities Grocery and Baokery. ('tll
successor, atid made Benjamocin F.,iuasapyt n e e
Clark, A, M., Acting Presidentt- RALPH' R. LATOMzER, B. L., 318 S. STATE ST.
Outlookc for Sept. 17. Director.
Students 'wbs are not already sup.- I'lease notice change of address. STUDENT'S' LAUNDRY
plied wtitli fountaiti pens will fitid a 610
most complete assortment at Shee- To RENT.-Single rosin, $1.511; ASSOCIATION.
han's, For a fewv days Mr. Dennis. fronct suite, $2.23; in a new modern MMFOGTWM t -OX,
ton, representing the Parker Pen Cs.,, house, 07GHLawrence St.k5-10

trill be in the city. Nosy is your Ca.F tibutahro
chance to obtain the serviceable up. hs .Senbutahro
tn-date "Jointleso .Pen." 4-7. Mandolin, Batijean and Guitar. Site-
cessor to Mel Gillespie. Studio writh
W. D. Herrick '95, swas at the Psi Ann Arbor Music Co. Matndolin Or-
U. House over Sunday. He is teach. chestra Music furnished. 6-it
ing in the Detroit High School. TUTORING.-Make up conditioni
Mr. C. J. Albert of the Albert and in Greek, Latin, Algebra or Geome-
Clark Teachers' Agency, Chicago, try. Terucs lost. Call or address
will be at thce Conk House, Monday StNIORg, 702 Church St. 4-9-
evening and Tuesday, Oct. 3d and Try the Portland Cafe for board,
4th. Students and others twho con- irst-class, and only $3.00 per tweek.
temcplate teaching next year still do Meals atid lunches at all hours. Open
trail to call on him. 7 day and night.
THOSE RED TIES
THEY ARE WARM
WAGNER 9& CO., Furnishers
123 S. MAIN ST,

THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
OF DE'TROIT.
The- keel highc grae tclady ia ha Slate. The
oly macineacdourest'c Ofiic inlce Wst-.
Gloetinsokalso gcvec. Alt wccrkceacocptli,
nectly and carefully-dcone.
The Excelsior Laundry Co.,
OF KALAMAZOcO.
Collaors--------------------....1 Cent
Coff's---------------------......3
Shirts......... ............... .
EitherOfiih. Satisfactiogucaated. eGive
ics ac tran
Office 102 5. State st. Ecedece 010 Lawrence at.
New Statc Phone. 441.

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