THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Would you save money? Then buy
your Books at the
SII[[IiIN & 60.
For First Year Law Students
We have Cooley's Blackstone,
Anson on Contracts,
Huffcutt's Cases on Contracts,
Burdick Cases on Sales.
For First Year Medical Students
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Vaughan and Novy's Ptomains.
For First Year Dental Students
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Essig Prosthetic Dentistry.
For Literary Department Stu-
i0 x6 S. MAIN ST., and
W. W. WETM URE,2 = . .
W, W,342 S. S TATE St., Cor. William St.,
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
Fountain Pens and Miscellaneous Books,
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
3O JM E T HITG-I
We have decided tosauisfy aiosg felt wantforan p-to date tars out, asd so
have added to our stock of fins horses ad carriages, a TALLY-130, which seats
fourteen persons. Coaching parties will now be in order. Secure a date for the
Tally-Ho. Call up
Telephone 106. 515 EAST LIBERTY ST.
LAPS F STUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging 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 Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us
44 SO. MAI N ST., MIH D ANIA00
A NN A RBOR, M IC H .. m
We have all the Greek and Latin
Books, French, German, Mathemati- To RENT.-Large suite, ground
cal and Engineering Books. floor; furnace heat and bath. Rent
SECOND-HAND BOOKS, reasonable. 313 N. Thayer. 12
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS. J. M. Thomas, '98 has been forced
to give up his position as coach of
Waterman & Parker's Founss- the Ishpeming High School team be-
tain Pens. cause of dislocating his shoulder.
SHEEHAN r Granger's Dancing Academy has
changedf&hands and is now under the
., management of the University
State Street. School of Dancing.
Robart B. Howell, D. D. S. is to
be demonstrator of mechanical tech-
nique, and James W. Minerd, D. ID.
S., demonstrator of operative den-
tistry in the college of Dental Sur-
gery this year.
The University School of Danc-
ing will be continued this year under
the management of Mr. Austin and
Mrs. Tyler at Granger's Academy.
(Students' Lecture Association.) As usual there will be a compliment-
ary opening party on Friday evening,
"October: This is one of the pecu-
liarly dangerous months to speculate
in stocks in. The rest are July,
January, September, April, Novem-
ber, May, March, June, December,
August and February.-Pudd'i-
Earnest B. Maynard has been ap-
pointed superintendent and Samuel
P. Tuttle, M. D., house physian of
the Hommopathic Hospital for the
French Literature of the Sixteenth
Century. Students who wish to
take this course will meet on Tues-
day at 3 o'clock to arrange for an-
other hour. Room J.
HuGo P. THIEME.
Ann Arbor Art School.
The Ann Arbor Art School will
reopen on Monday, October 3d, at
324 S. State St. For terms and par-
ticulars apply to
RALPH R. LATIMER, B. L.,
Please notice change of address.
To RENT.-Single room, $1.50;
front suite, $2.25; in a new modern
house. 507 Lawrence St. 5-10
Chas. F. Steinbaur, teacher of
Mandolin, Banjeau and Guitar. Suc-
cessor to Mel Gillespie. Studio with
Ann Arbor Music Co. Mandolin Or-
chestra Music furnished. 6-11
Try the Portland Cafe for board,
first-class, and only $3.00 per week.
Meals and lunches at all hours. Open
day and night.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Fine Domestic and Foreign
has removed to
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave.
Willhe pleasedtosee oidandnewestomers.
W. J. BoOH, Pnzs.
W. ARNOLD, 1st Vice-pres
SHEHN v.snsss iMvcep
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Ann Arbor6
Capital, 910,00.S urpus and Proits, 940,0
echange bought and sold. Furnish letters of
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRIsON sOUL,
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier
Cor. Main and Huron streets.
Capital, 850,000. Surpls, 530,000. Transacts a
general banking business.
R, KEMPF, Pres. C. E.GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FRED. H. BELSER, Cashier.
The Rinn tM or Savings Bank
Capital Stock. 5O,.oSurpius,$10,00.
Organizeiunder thetGenera Banking tawa
of this State. Receiyes depsit, soy ni slo
sxhneo the p1riseipol cio of tr United
states.Diorafts cashed upon proper identification.
Safety depositSoscto ret.
OisaEn: Christian Mack.Pres.; W. D. Harri-
man, Vic-Pes.; Chas. . Hiscotx, Cashier; M.
J. Fritz, Aitnt Cashir.
LA MB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
WM. VOUGHT-WM. H. FOX,
THE GRAN'D LAUNDRY,
The best high grade laundy in the State. The
only machine domestic nish in the west.
lose fnishario gioen. All work promptly,
neatly and carfuly dose.
The Excelsior Laundry Co,
Either finish. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
is a trial
Office 202 S. State st. Residence 610 Lawrence st.
New state Phone. 441.D
The complete announcement
for the course is out and speaks
for itself. To the new students
we would like to say that a
large part of their college ex-
perience will consist in hear-
ing and seeing great and noted
characters such as no other
town affords for so small an
expense. At least three num-
bers on the course are worth
one dollar each. The whole
course costs only two dollars
with an additional cost for re-
served seats to the entire
course. Once reserved always
S LI AN
Notice to Bandmen.
WANTEI)-Trombones, Altos, Cor-
nets, and Clarionets. Old members
will please send in their addresses at
once to E. P. dePont, 509 East Jef-
Two newly furnishedSuites with all
conveniences at 802 Monroe St., opp.
The University homoepathic Hos-
pital Guild will meet on Thursday at
3 o'clock with Mrs. Harrison Soule,
South University Ave.
LOsT.-A Mercury-foot pin of red
and white enamel. Finder please
leave at Steward's office or Sorosis
Waterman Fountain Pen.