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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTER 5oft
LAW Shirts
BOOKS for

We have the Largest and 'Most Complete Assort-
ntent of Soft Shirts in tite city.If
Sot hrt wt Cler adCuf dtahd. J S. W. KOLIAIJF,
Soft Shits ithT w otf oi s odColas ado ffhod etchd
Soft Shirtsoto wit Zo ft oas aCo fs ttcfo tohe d.
SotShirtstfhStColfotod Cttff otth od. ___THE-
SotIn fact titers is nsottlittgstatde in thtesway sof a
Soft Shirt we etantlot showe yost intoar Spring J'A.IiI R9I
lifts ftor 1899.
We are also slsoswissg all thsestew thisgs in Eate ganIese1.
Sttft anod Stiff Flats, asnd Taos O'Slsanster Cas.
Plaits and Fancy Top Golf Hotse. ANNARBOR.

D. A. TINKER & SOT

v.

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

lotorGolouiato Bureau olft6ad6mi6GCostumeo.
GOTRELL & LEONA1RD.
ALBANtY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods mads to ordsr and rsntsd. Also Class
Cans, CilstHats and Caps, Class Colelge Pit. Addresss
W. C. KERN, WesernI$Ingr.,
Hakett Museum, Univ.. ofC Ctaga
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig its ousrhamn is heisng repainted antd varnishsed
for osrinfg trasde.'
HOLhMES' JLIVERY,
TE.LE.f'-IONE 106. 5l5 E. LIBBRTY.
Canospy furnshlesd for parties.
LAM PS OSTUDENTS.
We call attention to onr complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranginsg in price from 75c to $2.50 each. Thse Lampa are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Ilochester,""The
Yale," "1The Royal,"'"The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The I'erfection Student
Lamp." If you want the heat Lamp for the Least Monssey come attd see us
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
NN ARBOR. MICH. DEAN &0C .1

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H E A & COBig and Strong Men. ROLAND REED.
AlSmnwhNoneTpathryn coming of Roland Reed this year
All en ho ontmplae tyin isfilled with brilliaot surroundings. He
University Booksellers. for the weight events should speak is always welcomehut, hringing a hraod
________________________to Mr. Fitzpatrick at once. IHI will new play which has made ouch a
advise theta about their training and wonderful success, means the testing of
STU DENT S ! arrange hours for giving them indi- fotneplytosthe aeadd eigam andu
PAT RO N IZE STUDENTS vidual coaching. 'Though there is lar actor. Hie is surrounded this year
. ~now a large squad trying for -these as usual, hy a remarkahly strong cam-
If Y u DoNotvvnyNot? nmbe it is hoped to double the pany. Miss Isadore Rush, in Mr. Reed's
We sagive yesuthe highest ifcaofweek oatitgIs nx ewny. the golden opportunity of her life for
the reulrprilest. Either fifith. the display of her versatile dramatic
New'Phene. 441. 202 a. State St. Bennie Gardner, '02, is seriously ahility, and also for her exquisite taste
Student's Laundry Essociatior0, ill at home with heart disease, in the display of her gowns, which are
Wm. Veeght, '99 Lt, Sm. R. Fax. '00 Law. more handsome than any she has ever
_________________________worn, and that means much. At the
REPUBLICAN STATE CovsmTIoN, Athens, Monday, March 6.
A TRIAL ORDER. JACKSON, Mic.-The Ann Arbor Home Board.
Railroad will sell excursion tickets
Thlat is all Y ask for to Jackson at one fare for the round Three or four people can find first
myLamudry Agency. trip, Feb. 28 and March 1; return class home board at 924 E. Ann St.
limit March 2. Price $3.
P. C. M E Y E RMRS. J. M. GARNIR.
Tel. Ne. 179. 607 E. William St. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONTENTION, _______
__________________KALAMAZOO, Mic.-The Ann Ar. 1901 Trachtmen.
THE ENONED ANDLIN IETONO bor Railroad will sell excursion 101wlhodpeinaytas
THERENWNE MADOLN VRTUSO tickets to Kalamazoo at one fare for for1 itslloldprel nay tials Str
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE, the round trip, March 7 and 8; re- day afterido
'turn'limit March 9. a~~fenoon, a t 4 o'clock,
Will grve lessons on the mandolin and A. D. BROOKFIELn, Mngr.
guitar at the Unsiversity Schsool of NATIONAL CONFERENCE UNION
Muasic every Friday., For Terms and REFORM PARTY-The Ann Arbor WANTED-Everey see to kay Ihe latest ad
Ralodwllsl xusintcesmast itere~ystingf came ever tasseled. '"se
hours apply to the Secretary. Rira ilsllecrintc etIal a 51me' tis stayed by twapersonss
Cincinnati,_0.,_and___________ac_______ ntis a Sass Bealsoinad wil1mere
toorCnint, . n etr, pWIn*slren "it aderrossthe same as ay game
27, 28 and March 1, at one fare for played ote seSod. Seat prepaid Isoay addses
ANDALL, s receipt of t5c.,
the round trip for the above occasion; BASE BALL AT ROBE CO.,
Stt Poe 4.returnt limit March 5. 508. 555. Chamber at Commerce,
SttePhne14 .wse(l'. 'J~li C LIL \. Dtritih

W. J. BuOTs, PRE.
W. AcesO, IA Viceep to STATE
J. V. ,eEA 2 cfttoso
JOHN.C.WLTAss, et. Ca'hier8fVINGS
BAINK
Transacts a general
Btanking business.

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FIRST NATIONAL B ANK r n d1j3
Capiftal,5100,00so. Sturtplusad Profits, 84d,000
'ransctes a goeoetafankigfttsiness. Foreignt
exchange bougtfadsold. Futrniofoletters af
cedit.
E. D. K{INNEd, Pees. HARISON SOUJLE,
Vtice-Pres.,
S. W. CLARKION, Caosier,
Car. MBatd I t tt tt
Capitl,$550,00. Sttrplus, $305,00. Teansacetsa
genea ankino~gftttsiness.
R EcarPres. CE. GREENEViees.
FREaD. a a 'Soca.Cashier.
111e fin Rfrbor SavirI~s Bank
Captitat Stok. 50,000. Srplos, $150,000.
Resoorcse.$1,1t000.
Orgaed sod e e IenaealBanking1 Laws
oflthisSlate. Receises deposita, keys adsells
eochaace onthaiipasotliat fthe Uelled
Staes. Deaftscashed uopoper iP~ dentification
Safety deposit booes tosrent.
OFsiEsseasChristiaBeck Prest; W.D. aset
mee, Vtice-Prs.; Ckas. B. hisoe, Caahie;B
J. FritzsAssitanat Caakier.
LAMB &SPENCER,
..THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Shop
amd Batha Rooms.
J. R. TastsaeOWSHI, Prop. 322 S. Stale St
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BAR ER HOP is Dut & ELY'S
BA BE S OP If yuou desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH UIEELIL, Funeral Dairector
Calls attended Day as Night.
Na. 161 B. Liberty Street. Residene 533 8
Fourth Avs, Phase 129.:
~TH OSE NOBBY TROUSERS
MIL WARD.I
TAILOR
tDRESS SUITS STATE STJ

with collars to match and
SOFT SHIRTS wihut collars.

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All the' Swell Effects C Puffs,
All the Newy Shapes Four-in-Hands. 11
WAGNER & CO., 123 S. MAIN ST.

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