THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
S ALPINE HAT SALE.
All Shades for 1899 Now In.
Call and see them! $3 Hats for $2.
D. A. TINREFR & SOS.
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations
Elliott, Cases on Private Cor-
SHEEHAN & Co.
If You Do Not, Why Not?
We can give you the highest class of work at
the regular prices. Either finish.
New 'Phone, 441, 202 S. State St.
Student's Laundry Elssociatioq,
Wm. Vought, '99 Lit, Wm. R. Fox, 'OO Law.
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
my Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. William St.
THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will give lessons on the mandolin and
guitar at the University School of
Music every Friday. For Terms and
hours apply to the Secretary.
State Phone 144.
In~truooIIuiate Bureau oflRGademiG Costume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr.,
Hasket lMuseum, Univ. of Chicaag
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our barn is being repainted and varnished
for spring trade.
TELEPHONE 106. 515 E. LIBERTY.
Canopy furnished for parties.
LAMPS 2 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 Ilochester," "The
Yale," " The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Mooney come and see us
44 SO. MAIN ST., DE AN&CO
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave.
W. J. Esues, T.PS PT
W. AR"st Vice-pres JTfTlE
JOCWLT, ssC s VING
Trahsacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BAK Ors n1
Capital, S100,OO0. Surplus and Profits, 040,000
reransacts a genersal hani itbsinese. Foreign
exchange hought and said. Furnsh lettesofa
E.0. KINNE,Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARKsON, Cashier.
Cor. Main and I u(t istl e
"ROSEMARY," AT THE ATHENS.
Indications are pointing to next Fri-
day night as a gala night at the Athens,
where Otis Skinner is to present his
latest comedy of "Rosemary' with an
unusual company of players. The play
is from the pens of Louis N. Parker and
Murray Carson, and when produced in
London and New York was pronounced
by the ablest critics of both cities to be
the best example of romantic comedy of
the present decade. It has had a tre-
mendous popularity on both sides of the
Atlantic. Mr. Skinner's own perform-
ance has been hailed from time to time
in the various cities as his masterpiece.
There is no doubt but that the occasion
will bring forth the largest audience
that has ever greeted this cultured and
talented actor in our city, if, indeed, it
does not prove to be the banner house
of the year.
Change at the Hospital.
The building formerly used for a
laundry at the University Hospital
is being turned into a ward for con-
tagious diseases. When remodeled
it will accommodate from six to eight
patients. Althoulgh the hospital is
not open to patients with contagious
diseases, it sometimes happens that
such diseases develop in the wards;
hence the necessity for a separate
Some one hundred and thirty-seven
men have reported for track work at
Yale. This nunber has rarely been
equalled in the past.
Leo. Lowenthal, '00, was called to
his home in La Grange, Ill., Friday
because of the death of his father.
Col. R. G. Ingersoll will lecture at
the Athens Theatre March 20 on the
The 1901 class meeting has been
postponed and will be held tomor-
row (Thursday) afternoon at 4:15,
W. L. McLAUCHLAN, Pres.
Yale will celebrate her bicenten-
nial in 1901, and plans for appro-
priate ceremonies are under consider-
ation. - It is possible that a statue of
Nathan Hale will be unveiled on
WANTED-Specialty Salesman who
can introduce and sell our "Auto-
matic Copying Book and Fluid"
to students and business offices in
Ann Arbor. Address B, Room 1123
Majestic Building, Detroit, Mich.
SIx O'CLOCK DINNER. 549 E.
University ave. $2.50 per week. 6
All candidates for the 1900 relay
team are expected to report at the
gymnasiump on Mondays, Wednes.
days and Friday afternoons for
F. H. LoUn, Manager.
Capital, 050,000. surplus, $305,0. Transacts a
general banking business.
R, KEr, Peso. C. E nosNE, Vice-Pres.
Foss. 5H BoLSos, Cashies.
The fifn Ifrbor savings Sank
Capital Stock. 050,000. surplus, $150,000.
Organized under the Generat Banking Laws
oc this State. Receives deposits, hbys and csell
exchange oa the principal cities of the Uaited
States.Drafts cashed upon proper identification
Safety deposit hoxes to seat.
OFeIeRs:Christian Mack Pres.; W. D. Harri
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. hiscoca, Cashier; M
J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
U. of M. Barber Shop
and Bath Rooms.
J. R. TROJANOwuKt, Prop. 322 S: State St
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHO tP is DUNN & ELY'S
If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENC ITR. Embalmer and
ENOCH UILILIILL FuneraleDirecor
Calls attended Day or Right.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street, Residence 533 S
Fourth Ave, Phone 129.:
MIL W ARD
pring and .mmer rMake an
tyltes are On. Early Selection.'
They are Coming With a Rush
with collars to match and
SOFT SHIRTS without collars.
All the Swell Effects Puffs,
BLU E Ascots,
All the New Shapes Four-in-Hands.
WAGNER & CO., 123 S MAIN ST.