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January 20, 1899 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1899-01-20

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THE 'UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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CHRISTMAS
SHOPPERS G~
WIL IND) Al OUIR
STOVEE LLL A I-SI '
AM) CltOlLCst STOCtKs

q i II ' '!rNew Neck Wear,
Bath Robes,
Niht Robes,
"Suit Cases and Trunks.
Special prices for the Holidays,
D. A. TINKER & SON,
Q 334 S. STATE STREET.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
TAIIIOR,
Has Deceived a Fine Line
of New Goods.
214 EstaWsingtona Si., near 5th Ave.

- - lntorcolIeuiato Bureau otf fcaIdnirc o tumeo.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
f ALANYYNY.
We also carry a very Complete Line ofCas Gowns, end Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Claisa College Pins. Address
Cale33dal~I It, W ci NW s i ngr.,
Chialea ar (Is Hlaskell Muse, w Univ.of Chiceags
Des~k Sets, FOR ... - --
Poeket Books, O
CaCases, etc. PROMPT SERTICE "
AT LOWEST PRICES DICE CARRIAUESH011'1k* e Li r

W. J. BOOTs,,PRaS.
W. AsseLDstel Vice-prcs
J. V. SHEEHsAN, 2d Vice-pees
JOHN. C. WALTZ,Asst. Cashier

STf1TL
SR1VINGS
BRINK

We would especially
call your atteintioni to
onr Books for children,
of which wc have made
an unusually large
uid careful assortm~ent
SLIEEHAN
3:30 SOUTI
STATE STREET
$* L.A4
This space belongs to the Stu-
denats' Lecture Association.
" "L.A.

TE,.EPH-IOE 106. 515 E. L1BBRTY.
LAMPS STDN.
We call attentions to our complete line of Center -Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price froni 75c to $+2.50 each. 'These Lamps are sf the latest and
t. most improved patterns and makes. Incloding "The New Ilorhesler, iT he
Yale," "The Royal," "The Berlin Studenit Lamp, ""The Perfection Student
Lamp.' If you want the heat Lamp for the Least Money come and see us.
Old Number:
44 NSO. MAIN ST., DE
AN ARBOR. MICH. D A 0
ROBERT B. MANTELL AT THE Prof. Cooler} Will Speak.
ATHLENS, TONIGHT. Prof. C. H. Cooley will discuss the
Rubert B. Mantell's appearance here questioni "Is the Concenitration of
next Friday, Jan. 20, in his new play, Vast Wealth ini the Hands of Indi-
"A Secret Warrant," will inevitably viduals and Corporations a Menace
T' bring together a large concourse of this to our Liberties" at the Congrega-
_favorite actor's idiiirers in this city. toa church Sunday an. 22, m
The new play has everywhere taken a toa m
deep hold on the fancy of theatre goera, mediately after the murtling service.
end the enitice are unanimous In their Students are especitally invited.
verdict that it providee Mr. Mantell ---- -
with a character which is in every way Colombia Lamy School a Graduate
1 worthy of his eptendid ahility as the School.
foremost oxpeent of the romantic The trustees of Colunibia college
daaithscutyMrMatlisti seaseon under the personal manalge- have decided to iiake the latw school
meut of popular Mart W. Hianley who a distinictly graduate departmnent.
has surrounded his star with a support- After 1903 only those holding de-
ing company of exceptional excellence.eptbeclgswile
"A Secret Warrant' tells an exciting grees from rptbeclee ilb
story of France, under the Regimte of adnmitted to this department.
the regent I)uc d' Orleans. The heri, Jh dadLwes 8o e
Louis De Besaumont, impereonated by, Jh dadLals,'8o e
Mr. M actell figures in a series of thrill Moines, Ia., has goiie to St. Paul,
ing scenes, all of them absorbingly inter. Min., to engage in publishimig a
eating and effective. Mr. Mantell is as paper devoted to society and the arts.
actor who always holds his audience in- -- -
suspense frons the Scost to the last scene LosT-Between 715 12th at. and
andl in his new pley he is said to hiave Univ. Hall, ott 12th st., a diamnad
oppurtunities fur sunsurnmalte eiuotionalhoshepi.Iidrwllb r-
expression, in every way worthy of his hrehept.Fne ilb c
fitished and polished art. Ile is un warded by leaving same at 715 12th.
quetionably an actor of great natural 85
giftIs which have been trained and culti- ________
vated by long and zealous years of Take private lessons in datncinig
study. Admirers of this accomplished before the Junior Hop, of Mrs. Ross
artist are sure to hail his appearance Granger. Call at office Granger's
here with enthusiasm. - Academy, 312 Maynard.
A programi party ill be griven at WANTD-Everoe to bay te ltealstad
Gratiger's academty, Saturdtai evening. Bail at Home.niIt is played Siy twm persnas
______________ eans represensting a Base Balisnise and wilt scare'
is sass, its asd ensues tse nams as ansyasse
Dress Skirts neatly rebound for played ontefield. Sent prepaid is asy ades
35c at 224 Sri. Thtayer St., third house as receipt BAS BALL AT HOME Co.,
north of tbe campus. 84 508, 509. Chambter ofCommeece,

Transacts a general
Banking 1Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OisTC ner1o6
Capital, $t00,005. Surplus ua Profits, 140,000
rasas anealbansking business. Foseign
exchsnge bought ansld. Funisthleens at
credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pees. HAuRISON SOULS,
Vice-Pres.
S.W. CLARSON, Cashtier.
t p &Arhirsrx
Car. Main asndtHuron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $3,110. Trasasa
geealsbankingcbusiness.
R, K ame, Pres. C. S.GRaENn, Vice-Pes.
Theo Rnn firbor savings Bank
Capitl Stock. $s50,000.,Surplus, $15u0,000.
Rsurces, $1,100,000.
OrganizedundeertseeeralBnkbingLaws
uf this Stale. Receives depsits, bays isd cells
exngen utse principal cstins oftseUnitedi
Slaits.eraits eashed upuor n prridentifiaios
Safety deposi tunoer to seal.
OretneRS Christian Macb Pres.; W. D. Hseei
sits, Vices-les.; Cuas. S. diseuen-, Cashiee; M.
J.Peritzsistalnt Cashier.
LAMB &SPENCER,
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
and Bath Rooms.
J. H. TsOaJANOWSt, Prop. li2 5. SitatS
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE .. .
W5e Guarantee Oar Week.
" WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE SHOP is DuNN & ELY'S
BA BE S OP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH II UIILLE uneraleD co
Calls aattetedHay or Night.
Na. 161 B. Liberty Street. Besidences63HI
FouethAye, Phoae tea.
THOEE NOBBY TROUSERS1
THE
DREaSSSUINS STATES

CHANGE TROUSERS,,.

YOU
PROBABLY
MUST
BEFORE
LONG.

6.00
Commands a good selection of patterns,
of good wearitng qualities. We will see
W I N &that they are well cut and made, C O
123 S. MAIN ST. ..,TAILORS.

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