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February 01, 1899 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1899-02-01

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D.~~ A.Tikr SnTAII4OR,


Has Received a Flee Line

" a01®t ew GoodIs.
$ ' 334 S. STATE ST. 214 East Washinogton St., na 5th Ave_
IntercollouatoGBureau 01 tlGadeuhiIGG6oy Ctum JYtH.S C.oAT, HERet Vc ipee.~
! Cape, Gowns, and Hoode made to order and rented. AlsoCas
. Canes, Class Hate and Caps, Class College Pine. Addrs
W. C. KERN, Wetern Sagr.,, lankin g Binmess,
Heck el ne on, tnifCaSgog
Loe or.toFIRST NATIONAL BAN K o resfrO nogoedrti
CARRIAGES H ' I ~ JCaptato, 400,100. SuEpise tend Prois 400
-- -r=o11(S.E 16. 51CE.ARKSOTN.______________

H ILA MPS S T U '"'E N TS.b uha
We salt attention to one complete line of (enter Draft Nickel Plated Lamps, co sMgild tot H ~e t t
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are o1 the Ilatest and Captal, $o50 attottteo, X30000 '0ansotet
K yr .gnrl aknblns met improved patterns and makes. lcusg' t e lrelr ~~h ox',~. CNH e
Yale" 1 The Royal, ""The Berlin Student Lamp,"' fThe Perfection Student' Fosi0 .a.5Sht
+T7N ~Lamp." If you want the heet Lamp for the Least .Monecy come and see us. FRED._H._________ ashier
44 SO. MAIN ST.,MIR D E N & 0 Th RinRbr avnsBng
ANN ARBOR,MCHN &. C . [foRnlro aiq Bn
_______________________________Captitl toct. 't0,000otuptlts,I150.
Another U. ofl M. Mao in the Sen. The Toastmaster's Club, Ortaied ndte tOhs Generaotttintig Lace
ate.Twice a year at the close of each hStts. Draft aheuonit preoptettetiicathon
In XWisconsin the senatorial dead. semester, the Toastmaster'sa Club Saey depositoet ent.
OFFICEeS:ChristinMakrst Pot . . liao
lock was brolken last night. Joseph treats itself to a banquet. This time soatYtice-Pres.;ths E. H0000 CtshirM
V. Quarlee, of Milwaukee, waotisusal it is at the Cook House, Feb. 13. .itz cAssiistani Lashier
S nated in te Republican caucus to The club is composed of 20 mn, and
---___ -_ __ ___ succeed John IL. Mitchell, whose these with the ladies of tlieir choicelA RM u
Students' Laundry Association Joosepho Very Queries is a native of bert, presidenot of the S. C. A. is to B S EI LI,
Wisronosin, having been born in be the toastmoaster for the occasion. . T HH
Woom. Yti'Gii'o' Wote. R. FOX, agetstor o Keinoshia 55 years- ago. He wah The retiring oficers are 0. B. Myers,
THE GRAND L.AUNDRY, of DETROIT graduoateol from the high school at president; L. 0. Davis, vice-presi-. a c ro e z
The hesthihpoegraod e autoypsnthe State. The Keneshoo at the age of 17. In 1862 dent; W. S. Gilbert, secretary; "ainlFad ~IU c r
(hovensh lso giten te. Att woors:oprotptey, he entered the University of Michi- H. J. McCreary, treasurer. 'fle in.
netiyeandocrefulletydonoe. gan as a freshoman,hoot left his studies coining officers are H. . ,McCreary, We keep ererythoing usually kept inca
Ofilco 101 S. Stato st. Resiietcet10Lawrenceest.duing the rebellioin and enlisted 'nprsiet;'E. C iiero vice-prei- first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
New 5lte heoo, 41.g peco..ee.,. eee y, andand see us.
Ne_ sat__on._41 the 39th Wisconsin Infanotry, beinig deint; A. J. ikastojo, secretary,'ad 385 TT T
--- -no-- ade first lieutenant of Company C. WV. B. Harrison, toeasiorer. 318___ S.___STATE___ST._
MlcsiC ottcd(Uo At the expiation of lis eervice toe-
Piece, Pipe Oreos sond Compsption returned to the University and wee During the last 27 years cte total YOU'RE NEXT
graduated writhoIte class of 186owitho numboer of stuodeints in colleges and U. ofuAI~i . rlscn Sleopl
iF?. H. ~li.E~.Ni F? the degree of A. B. Later be studied cuniversities lies increased from 88,864 amnd Bathe Hoones.
Fro Stttgrt onervtor, Grmay. lawo and eras admnittedl to the bar inI in 1871, to 217,703 at the prevent J. tR. TeoJANowosI Prop. 322 5. StateS 88.McQals adoce ds ie henme fpotgaut
312S. ivsio St Cncet Pan~unpgtrict attorney of Kenoslha county and students is 25 times as large as it ores RAZOR HONING
mayor of Kenosha, and als repre- 10 1871. ________ IS A SCIENCE_.
raE RE2VOES ED MAriDOLIN VITUOO sented his district in the legislature Candidates for the 1901 Class W~e Gearantee Oar work.
as assemblyman end senator. He Track Teame will meet at the Gyiena- WARREN THE BARBER.
MR. WV. EUGENE PAGE, practiced law ini Racine a number of slum from 4:30 to 5:15 on Tuesday,
Will gove lessons on the mandelin end years and removed to Milwaukee in Thursday and Saturday afternoons. THE MODEL of State Street
gotra h .alvrlySho f1888, since which time he has carried A. M. BROOKFIELD, Manager. ARERS PitsyuNd&Esire
guicatev ersiy Slorormsandon a tsuccessful laow practice at the' BA ERSO Ifyudei
Mltsiheadeof thedfirmFof QueriesaSpencedWANTE-Every oeo bis he at est asd first-class work and courteous treatment
pp , &Queries. Baii at Hoases." It 00 played hy two peesonss _________________
___ _______________ eath representing a BassBale inseand willisoe
A DAin runs, hisad errors the some as asy ase nu flTDI Embalmer and
FRRENT-Side euitc; bath, fur-playedeon he fid. Sent prepaid teesny addressEOCHUIETRLELL Funeral Director
RLL, nRce. 331 Packard St., 31blocs -os receipt of1ice.
SaePoe4.ek BASE BALL AT HOE C., Caiie attended Daye sr Night.
from campus. 59, Chamerso omereNo 11.Likerty Street.Reinc S
Shades in Gentlemen's Neckwear--- MIL WARD.
- ............-...........W e have _j ust received them---A TH E
little spring-like, but handsome. T IO


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