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4 THE UXIYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTERf
BOOKS
Cooley's Taxation
High, Extraordinary Legal
Remedies
Hollands, Jurisprudence
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations

D: .Tinker &Son
Furnishers.
334 S. STATE ST.

Elliott, Cases on
porations

Private Cor-I

IeterGOI1Gaiat~e Bureau o1flc~afemiGG6ostumo.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
m i Cap, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
W. C. KERN, Western lltogr.,
Hasksell Musemn, Univ. of Chicago
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our barn is being repainted and varnished
for spring trade.
HOI.MES' LIVERY,
TE.LEPHONE 106. 515 E. LIBE.RTY.
Canopy ftsrnishsed for parties.
LAM PSR; STUDENTS.
We call attention to or complete line of ('enter Dralft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
msst improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Ioleesler, ""<The
Yale," "'TIhe Rsyal," "The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The IPerfection student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least 19fsoey come and see us
Old Number:
44 SO. SMAIN ST., DE N& O
ANN ARBOR. MICH. D A 0
Stort l by a U. ofl M. Man. AT THlE ATHENS.
Mr. G3eo. Htortoin, a University of In London, where the critics and
Michigan graduate, is the author of playgoers have not been notable for
a story entitled "A Fair Brigand" their inclining to a favorable reeogni-
,i tion of American plays,' The heart of
now running in the Chicago 'limes. Maryland" upon'1 he occasion of uts pro-
Herald, Sunday edition. The pub- sentation at the Adelphi Jtheatre,re
lishers write Mr. Stufti.et, their agent versed the usual order of verdict in this
here us follows: regard. It at once achieved a triuniph
"In onnetionwit theinclsedwhich ended in ainuast an ovation when
"Iiicoinecton ith he ncloedthe curtain fell upon the thrilling event
circular we thought it oighit be of of the belfry scene in ihe third act. Jr.
initerest ho you to kisow that Mr. Geo. Beisoco and the loading miembers of lila
Hortoit, the author of "The Fair compasny ere again and again called
is a graduate of Ansi Ar- before the curtaiin. Crowded and en-
Brigand,' thusiastic audiences were the rule
bor. Doubtless many people in Ann throughout the 12 weeks of its performo-
Arbor will reimeiiber lhin. 1Mr. ancea. Above all -the excitement of the
florton has until recently been stirring war ocenes and the clamor and
bustle of the great conflict of the miii-
United Sta:tes consul at Athens, tary hosta. This play will he seen at the
Greece, where the material for the Atheno Theatre, Friday, Feb. 17.
story was obtaiined. We think if -
you will call this fact to the atteiition Fun REaT-Suite or single; bath,
of yi.iir patrons it will be of consider- furniace. 331 Packard st., 31 blocks
able value to you in securing sub- from campus. 4
acriptliono for the SuitdasyTiaso Mr. W. Eugene Page, mandolin
Herald, and shall be glad if it has
this result." teacher, will be at the School of
Youirs truly, Music on Friday froim 2 to 4, tio meet
THn CHICAGO TIMS-HER.~nALD, pupils for the secoiid semester. Tihose
eo- mpaisg sa-ngcscseot

JOS *WV KOLLAUF,
'TAIL4OR,
lbas Received a Fine Linhe
of New Goods.
214 East Washin~gto0t., near 5th Ave.
W. J. BOOmH, PanS.
W. ARNOD, ci Vices-pres S IT
J. V. OC Ah', 2d Vicee-pres S IN
JOHN. C WALTn, Asii.Cashio Ser VNG
BRINK
Transacts a general,
Bankiiig Business.
FRTNATIONAL BA N K rssnd16
Capitial, $100,00. OSirpiuc asd Profits, 140,N0
Trraacsagenerai banking bsiss. Forein
exciiangebougiiiansolod. Furnisii ieiterssof
cedi.
E. . ISNNE, Pies. BARRISON SOiULE,
Vice-Poes.
S. W. CLAROCSON, Cablies.
Coo. Nain and iien Sireis.
Capiiai, 600,000.OSisplsis, $3i,000. ranisaei
geeatbaningbusines
K,.K~F res . CE. bass EVice-Pre:.
FRED BE.-sER.Cashier.
The flimH Arfor Savings Banat
CapialSock. s50,000.OSrpiue, $150,000.
iiesoiirees,6ii00,0e0.
Orgnizied andes ibe Generai BanikinLao'
of tihis Siais. iReceives deposiis, buscand sls
exciiangseonte prineipal ciiies oi the Uitied
io.s. Dtis ceasiied uoniiproper idestifieotion
Sfety ieposit boxes io reni.
ussieRSoCitiac~n Mack, Prs.; W.oD.sIarr
ison, Vie-Preos.; Chic. E. Biccoex, Cashier; itl
J. Fritzs AssisaniCasihier.
LAMB &SPENCER,
..THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-claoo Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Shop
and Batho oms.
J. R. TsROJAsNOWSsi, Prep. 322 s.OSae 5t
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE .. .
We Guaranatee Gas Wset.
WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of Shts Street
BARB R S OP s BrnN & EsL'S
BAR ER HOP If you desire
first-clans work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
fl EEDL lmbalme ad
ENOCH VILILIILL; FuneralerDirector
Coils attended Daoy or Night.
No. 16i N. LibsertyStreeti. Residene 6Hi 5
Fourth Ave, Phoe 1il.

SHEEHAN &Co.
University Booksellers.
Students' Laundry Association
Wma. VOUGIIT-Win. . FO)X, agents too
THlE GRAND LnAUNDRIY, of DETROItT
The best high goadsesudidn the Stoic. rise
oly omaciine damesticefisisi in the West.
lave fnaish also giee. All work proptly,
scatty and asefully dcoe.
Offlee 2020S.OSae so. Rid~ence e10 Lawrne stc.
New State Phase. 441.
M2husic Studio
Plans, Pipe 0rgar) and Csmgposttine
R. H. KEMEF
FeomSOttgart Coacsevaaoy, OGemany.
312 S. Diisiton St. ConcrtPiano Tuoirg
THEl RENOWNED OMANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will g~ve leosons on the mandolin and
guitar at the Unsiversity Schtool of
Music every Friday. For Termo and
hours apply to the Secretary.

English Literature.
Course hi A-English Literature
frontMiliton to Wordsw ortht will meet
in 0010 4, Tappan Hall, at the
hours annousiced.

seinester are urged to call and see
Mr. Psage on Friday.
WANoTED-Everypoesto bay lbs latestanod
mast intenestingeases scsr invesnted. "Bose
Boil at Hasie." Itist.played by two sos
eacb represntg asBallnoinoesand wtillscr
inioaiis,bhitsaniierorsothe se as any gasme
played on the field. sent prepaid is any address
on receip t fbe.
BASSO BALL AT HIOMEI CO.,
508, 509, Chanibsretf(Commerce,
Detroi tish,

NjflAII !LOUI.tA 5 It US
aj.v~4L4 There is line skating at the Ann
State Phone 144. Arbor skatiitg park.

The New Blue
Shades in Gentlemen's Neckwear--
We have just received ti-em---A
little spring-like, but handsome.
WfXGNLTR & GO.,

THOSE NOBBY TROUSERS
MIL WARD
THE
TAILOR
~DRESS SUITS STATE S

1123 S. MAIN ST.

...TAILORS.

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