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4 Til UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTER GO TO

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

Stabler's Art Store
FOR Art Novelties and
Fine Frame Mouldings,
217 S. 4th Ave. Phiona. 173.

S ALI03B U V'Q5 JOS. W . KOLLAUF, T I O 3
Drugs and Optical Goods fAIIOR
Has Deceived a Fine Line
of New Goods.

Cook House Block, Huron St.

Intercollouiato Bureau of tcaaMIeGo08tume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Cape, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Claes
Canes, Clasesflats end Cape, Clase College Pine. Addreee
W. C. K EeSE, Westen 1Mgr.,
Haskeoll Musem, Slaiv, of Chicago
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our barne ie being repainted aud varnished
for epring trade.
HO LMES' LIVERY,,
TE.LEPHtONE 106. 5153 E. LIB3ERTY.
Canopy furniehed for partis.
L AD PS .FOSTUDENTS,
We call attention to or complete line of ('enter Drett Nickel P'lated Lamps.
ranging in price fronm 75c to :2.50 each. These Lampe are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makee. Including "The New Iloehesler, ""The
Vale," "The Royal, ""The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The Pertection Student
Lamp." If yon want the heat Lamp for the Least M1oieey come and see us
Old Number:
44 50O. MAIN ST., E N ~ "1
ANN ARBOR,, MICH. D A O

214 Eest WashingtOo St., nearc 5th Ave.
W. J. BOOTH,PES. sj_]
. 5ARNOD, st20V ice-ps .SIAT C tass 8 ~t
Jeas..Woee, Aat.Co{sjs SINGS
BRANK
Transacts a general,
lBankig Business.

Elliott, Cases on
porations

Private Cor-I

SHEEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers.
Students' Laundry Association
Wee. VOUGnT-Wme. R. FOX, agens foe
THE GRCAND LAUNDRYv, of DETROIT
The heat high goade ltadeyiatoe State. The
only machitne doesaticefinish is the Wesi.
Gloea finish also gives. All week promaptly,
fleetly adearefally dose.
Office 202 S. Slate s. tesidence 61 atense s..
New Slate Phone. 441.
Music Stuodio
Plano. Pipe Orgas and Caoesition
Rm. H. KKl M PF
FroamStuttgart Coaservatory, Getany.
312 S. nieisionSt5. Conaert Piece Teolog
THE RIEOW5NED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MRg. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will gire lessons on the mandolin and
guitar at the tieiver sity School Of
Mulisic every Friday. For Terms and
hoiirs apply to the Secretary.
DAN DALL,
State Phone 144-
Penin~sular
Engraving
Comnpangj,
DETROIT, MICH.

Storiy by a U. ofl M. Man.
Mr. Geo. Horton, a University of
Michilgani gradoate, is thte auttlor of
a story entitled "A Ftair Brigand,"
now runinig itt the Chicago 'limes-
Herald, Sutndaey editiont. Thte pub.
lishters write Mr. Stoiflet, their ageint
here asefollows:
"'In connelcioti with the inclosed
circlar we tlhougltt it tmight be of
interest 1o yoti to know' that Mr. Geo.
Hiortoin, thte author of ''The Fair
Brigantd," is a gradoate of Ann Ar-
boir. Doubtless omany people in Aon
Arbior will remniember hin. Mr.
Hortonss ias 01ntilrecently beenl
Unitedl Slates consul at Athens,
Greece, where the material for the
story was obtained. We thtinle if
you will call thtis fart to the attention
of yk.ur patronso it wiii be of consieder-
able vaiuetoeI you it secttrinlg sttb-
scripltionls for the Suniday Times-
Herald, anid shall be glad if it has
this reslt."
Yours treuly,
TtHE CItlCAeio TIDIES-HTERoAL.
LoS-At the Gymo Friedsy eight;
a sitake chin card case. Return to
DAILY offieeatod receive reward.

English Litcraturc.
Course 6 A-Etnglish Literattire
from iMoilton teo Wordswvorthll viimeet
in Rotm 4, 'Tappan H-all, at tile
hours annlountced.
LOCIe A. STRAUSS.
There is ine ekating at the Ann
Arbor skating park.
LOST-Black silk Mell, black
etnamel and silver buckle. Finder
please retutrn 534 S. State St. (IC
FOR RENT-Suite or single; bath,;
furnlace. 331 Packard St., 31 blocks
from campus. 4
Mr.,XW. Euigenle Page, mandolin
teacher, wiii be at lte Schosl of
-Music on Friday frotm 2 to 4, to meet
popils for the secon~d semester. 'Those
cotttemlplatinlg taking the secuiid
semsester are urgedl to call and seee
Mr. Page on Friday.
WANTED-Everoestosbhy the latest amd
moset iateetiagcase eversinveted. "'hotes
Btall at Hou"ac" Iaisthsyed hy tees persees:
echorepreseltina Bseaiead 'ilesoe
its runs, hits ad teosathesaias aneelgaes
plaedsanthesfild. Seatprespaid toeanyeddoes
050recei1 of 1.
BIASE BALL AT HOaME CO.,
508, 509, Chtasher of teseeseree,
Detroit Mich.

FIRST NATIONAL BA N K ofAn Ab
Capitll.S100,00. Surplus aad Profits,E40,00t
't'ratnsataogeneralhbankingbsineos. Foreiga
oehangebousght and sold. Furnish lettes at
credit.
E. 0. KtNNE, Poet. nARRtSON SOU0LE,
Vice-Pes.
5. W. CLARSeON, Cashier,
Co. Mean adIunStrets.
Capital, 110,001. 5Surplus, $30,000. Transaetsa
geelhbankinghbsiesse.
RRetmPF, Pree. C. SOGReENE, Vice-Pree.
The fRonflM or Savings Bank
Ca'pital Stock. $50,000.PSrplus, $510,000.
Rtesoures, $1t,100()0.
Orgaized under thse General Banking Las
of this State. Receives delos-its, bhts eand cells
aehage sos ths seincipal cties atthe United
Slates.Drostlecase'd uoprpereeidenication
eafety deposit hooxeto eret.
eteese: eChititnMcePres.; W.O.leei
sa, Vice-Iree; Chs. E.isocKasCehie;S
J. Fritz AssistlantCashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
..THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept ina
fscelase Grocery and Bakery. Calii
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Shop
anti Bath ltooms.
J. R. TsteJAxOWSas. Prop. 322 G. State St
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE....
We Guaranetee Our Week.
WARREN THE BARBER.
THE m O DElJ of State Street
BARBER S aOP ias uNN& ELY'S
BAR ER HOP If you desire
first-claas work and courteous treatment
try George and tHarry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH UIL1LIILL, FuneralDiieco
Cells atteaded Day oe Eight.
No. 1e1 E. Liherty Street. Residece633 S
Foarth Ave, Phoet1".,
-THOSE sNOBBY TROUSERS
MIL WARD
THE
~DRESS SUITS STATE S

Look f r theWhen you receive
Lo k o t e ark!I a gift see tihat the
namle "I~aller" is
on the articlo or on tho box. TJhis is a guiaran~tee that it is
good. Souvenir Holiday Gifts! The largest lime in Wash-
telsaw County of gifts desirable for ladies and gentlemen.
Examine our Stock.
71Wh/~I~1,,58,

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