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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTER
LAW
BOOKS
Cooley 's Taxation

High, Extraordinary
Remedies

Legal

Hollands, Jurisprudence
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations
Elliott, Cases on Private Cor-
porations
SHEEHAN & Co.
University Booksellers.
STUDENTS !
PATRONIZE STUDENTS
If You Do Not, Why Not?
We can give you ite highest claw of works at
the cegatar asasas. Eitherc finish.
New 'Phane, 441, 202 S. State St.
Student's Laundry Alssociation,.
Win. Vaught, '99Lit, Wmn. R. Fee, '00 Law.
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all 1 ash for
an1y Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. Na. 179. 607 E . Williamu St.
THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will give lessons on the mandolin and
guitar at the Uiaiversity School of
Metric every Friday. For 'Terms and
heuce apply to the Secretary.
DANDALL,
State Phone 144.
Peninsular
Engracing
Comipangj,
DETROIT, MICH.

GO TO 1 WILL GIVE
Stabler's Art Store 20 per cent Reduction
to all Students
Art Novelties and of the U. of M. on goods purchased
FOR Fine Frame Mouldings. at ily stre.
217 . 4h Ae. ~line13. alisbury's SDrug
InterG0lIOaitO Bureuoa f 01GGIG Gosunl.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
AscNYN. Y.
aps, Gown, and Foods made to order and rented. Also (lass
Canes, Class lits and ais, Class College Pl'is. Address
VV. C. KERkN, Wstern SMng.,
Hakell Mseum, niv. actiti eaga
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in otr barn is being rpaitted atd varnisied
for sprittg trade.
MOLMES' LIVERY,
TE.LEFSIONE 106. 515 E. LIBERTY
Catnspy furatislacul ftr parties.
LA/ MPFS FORSTUDENTS.
We call attention to our complete line of (enter Drat Nickel Plated Latmps.
rangitng in price front 75c tat $.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most inproved patterns and makes. Inclding "'The New Ca heaer, ""TI'hr
Yale," "'The Royal," "'The Ierlin Student Lamp, " "The IPerfectioStudent
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp far the Las Monaeyg come and see us
Old Number: D A 0
4SOA N ABO.MCH
A N R O , M C.AT TH E A TH EN S. M arch O uting.
Stetson's Co., under the tmanagement Otting for Mlarcha is a seasaballe
of Mr. Wtm. Kibble, presents Uncle adStsyn ubr are
'Io's Cabin at tiae Athens 'Theatre next atd flut ilastag atitbr, wthichacrre
iusdny. 'I he ast is a strong one. In tataty Ita llatttias airas
the third act the landing o the boat lutitg it Nrtha Grecalattd, fihitng
"R E. Lee" snd thae happy dakies wotk- itt Florida waters, statwrsoeing it
leg on the levee and the child Ea's wesernat ls 'a' ig nSot
faarfl precipitation into the rier andiisiatitg n ttt
tier reascu by Tom, is a life picture. Amaeica, articles uptttterriers attd
letween the acts, Stetson's uniformed spatiels, watf hantitg, bicyclitgatd
band which is composed nmostl y of yaclting, affard at pleasitg variety.
colored men, enlivens lbs audience by________
discoursing southtern pastimes. Pcc-
vious to the performance the compatny Catdidates fr tec Junior class
gires a street parade. relay teamt will repoart at te Gytat
-- nasumanaay aday at 5 p.t.
The inlander mtakes its appearance F. H. Loup, Matager.
today. _________
RlEPUBLaCAN STATE COVENTION, Home Board.
JACKSON, MIrsa.-Tite Attn Arbor Tree or faur people can fitd firs
Railroad will sell excursion tickes class home bard at 924 E. Atn St.
to Jackson at one fare for the rtaund Price $3.
trip, Feb. 28 and Marcia 1; return MaS. J. M. GARNIER.
limit March 2.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE, UNION 1901 Trachmen.
REFORMa PART.-Thae Annt Arbor 1901 will lald preliminary trials
Htailraoad will sell excursion tickets for its idoor rlay teamt, snt Satr
to Cicinatati, 0., atd return, Felt, day afternaon, at 4 o'clock.
27, 28 anad March 1, at sie fare far A. D. BROOKFEtLD, Mtgr.
thec rountd trip fr the above occasion;
return linit Mlaraht 5. -
______________ WANTED-Every oe en hy the latea and
motinteresting eaue eerasitvented. "Iaac
Ladies of thte University of Meli- Batl at iteriae." It isptlyd by two pesoat
Yn joidatclasesaat Srs. R cB actirepesenttg a Base alt ine ant wlttor
gait Satin rai, hts anat eossai its acme aseanygam
Gratger's School of Datcitg. $3 payd onthe field. Stt pepaid is any addaes
fromt Saturday until the seastn closes, 5Bast BALL AT HOME aCo.,
Mlay 1.ne n Desa trUaot Michh
Don't Throw Your
S-',Glasses no atater hew badly
1 {II~oltey aebroket. We
Away will repair eye-glasses and
sectacles while you tait, ar
letd you anoter pair while
yous ae beitg fixed. Ntthig
bit the best mataerial, expert wark.
┬░ o ss"┬░Gmatship and htaotest prices. Eyes
4D .5G exauined free of charge.

Transacts a general
Blankinig 1uiiness.
SKof AssAsa
FIRST NATIONIALBAKOan d16
Capiatal, $t00,(0t.Surptusandaoitsatt, 140,000
'rti'asgataratibankinsineiss. Foreigs
excargaugahatan d rattd. Factaiata tettes at
I. 0. KINNE, Preas. IHARRIISOiN 5t'LE,
Vice-Pr.
5. IW. CLARKSOiN, Cashier,
Cr.aanIri t is't.
Catpitalf,000.eSurlustaic,$3o,000. 'ranacts a
R, Kssr,'ares. Ct . tGtataasVice-Pe
The flfl flrbor Savingis bank
Capital Stiack. ,0,00.Suayltausa,e5000.
tOrganizedder it~itthetGeneraltainking Laws
tat aliassi at. Recis'depotti, busr andisallts
echanatge a o lnth satprinial citairs tat tatheUited
Slct s.. Dratlscashedaiupoapraoptraieticalr titon
Saty dtosit bxst et
r~CEttisa Chstians .lakPres.; W. D.ttait
mana, 'irr-ies.; (t hai' E. itscca, Cashier; Ma
t.aFitzAssistat Cathiat
LAMB &SPECR
THE
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-cass Grocery and Biakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
Ud. of X1. Btaiher Shaop
"ie~d ,ltatha Roomis.
J. R. TttOJANOWSat. 'rota. 25. State St
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP Dflyo desire
first-clans work tied courteous treatnient
try George and hlarry at 3312 5. State St.
ENOCH DILIERLE, ~Ier aDico
Calts atteaded nay as Night.
No. 161 S. Libaety Sasset. Resiadence5S1
Faaurth iAve, t'itaaoa1d.;
~THOSEOBBYTROUSERS
MTLAILO
~DRESS SUITS STATE ST

JOS. W, KOLLAUF,.
THE--
a14 East W~ahintotn St., nesar lth Avs.
ANN ARtB0L .

WJ. lOsten, PoESe.
W. Attatisat Vice-ptess
J. V.iSttHAN, d Vic-ie
JOHN. C. W ALes, Asst. Cashier

8TRTE
SIWINGS
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