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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MiCHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTER
LAW I
BOOKS
Cooley 's Taxation

GO TO

I WILL GIVE

High, Extraordinary
Remedies

LegalI

Stabler's Art Store 20 per cent Reduction
to all Students
Art Novelties and of the U. of M. on goods purchasedj
FR Fine Frame Mouldings. at my store.
217 4t Av. Psose ISalisbury's Dru~g
lntorGoIIcuiate Burcau o1f1RGMIG Gogtuni..
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Cape, Gowns, aod Hoods made to order and rented. Als Claee
Canes, Class Hate and Caps, Class College Piub. Address
W. C. KERN, WesternaIV~ngr.,
Haskel Tesnsm, OUniv. of Chicago.
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Exveryyrig in our barn is being repainted asni varnished
foi 'pring tradle.
HOL MES' LIVERY,
TE.LEPH'ONE 106. 515 E. Llr-.RrY.
Canopy furish111f(o101parties.
LAMPS O STUDENTS,
We sail attentiots our complete line of Center lDraft 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 li oshester, ""<<Phe
Yale," "The ttoyal, " "'lbs erlin Student Lamp,""I'The Perfection Student
Lamp." tf you want the best Lamp for the Lest' Money come and ace us
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH. DE N 0 ,

W. J. Bo10511, PILES.
W.ARNOLit Vice-pres
J. V. SEEAss, 2d Vice-p"ey
355.C. WAL z, Asnnt.CAslie

Hollands, Jurisprudence
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations
Elliott, Cases on Private' Cor-
porations

JS.W, KOLLAUF,
_THE-
TAILOR,
214 Ens Washington Si., easr ilhAve
ANN ARIBORI.

8TRTE
SA1VINGS
BAINK

Transacts a genieral
Blankiing Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IA J
Capital, 5,1000.Srp1u. and Peoftt,140,000
'rrestssts a gentrlankigbusiesse. Ferei'n
esxihange boghti ad solti. Fursnishtteso
E. D. KINNE, Prese.iHAiRRISOiN 5101.,
Viss.Pres.
S. W. C'LARKSO1N, Cashlie
Cr. Nlt r idi'
Capital, $50,W0). Surpilus, $30,000. 'iraniscsia
geeral bankngbsiiness.
R, KEp, Pres. C. 0GRFNEVcePre-
FtIi BFi iiu-15Cashier.
The IAim iMor savings Bank
CaitlStock~tts. 50000. Surs-515',o00
Oganized undetheiGtnetraldBank~ing Lawn
of tis slate. Reis depotits , he n el
exchngonn sth Irnci iotieOsofthe ts1Unitd
Safesty tdepttsit bx.tottrent.
man, Vice-Pres.; Chast. I:. iisos Cashie; i
J, Fritz Assistant Cashie.

The Bohemian Girl. Notice 1 Seniors!
S E H N & OCO 'The Waite Opeia Company 1p1e- Measuieenits foir Caps and Gowns
sented "'The'lBs ohemini sGirl'' last xwilhe tasken iii Rosin 2,Friday,
University Booksellers. iight to s large house. 'The play iMaict 17, and Monday, March 20,
xsssieli presne i di I1111 ioi'oiglly front 4 to (>I p. iii.
enjoyed. 'lbs choriis parts xwere woell P. '". PsiNos,
NIreindered, asd the solo of 1iso Chairman Comimittee.
SI UDE ITS ___
Msiayiiie 'ayloir, 111es Smian div _____________
PATRONIZEms STUDENTS Louise Moore were espesi'ally good. Fraiik Diehl, 1000, miet with as
This~ compan is ~gv' n agodelasos svere asecideiit yesterdaiy while per-
If You Do Not, W.hy Not? o efracsaddsrel a omn i uisi h irr.H
We can gttve yothe its htst. clsstof workaincasing1aorionaess ac'nid igh'elyta. frilihs uisTiheelbar.
te regutlarItricest. Eiter inis. 131e511 iscaugat itis foot agaist a bottk case
New 'Phosse, 441, usa a. lStseIt. plays given1 1110 all staiidard (operas stud giving iis leg a sudden wreiicli
Students Laundry (-ssociotiop, aitd aireienderedl in better mnner the isisscles woere ruptured, part of
Nm. nought, '95 Lit, Wm. R. Fax, '00 Law. thaii by isitny a lhigh p1riced compan~Iy. the bone adhering to thieii as tisey
I - -tore loose.
Whist Club Tournament.________
A TRIAL ORDER.- 1110Whlust Clbtoburnlamient was Minstrel Men Notice.
That is 1111 1 ask far held 'T'uesdlay nighst it tile cisib lear- Thsere xili be rehearsai of the U.
vsay LaundtryAgny lors. All teasms mas1kinlg a pliace of M. Miiistrels toiiight at 7:30
Agency. score isre entitied to play in tile semil- o'clock, iii Rosin 4, Ansi Arbor Sav'-
P. C. MVE'YER, fiiials xwhich ilii be p~lyedltis iein- inigs Baiik Building. All imeiibers
Tel. No. 1579. 607 E. Wilia S. ing at the resideiice of 'T'hoimas M. of the chorus will please be present.
_____________________________Marshsali, 016 Monroe street. A foll
THE RNOWNE MA~oill IRTU S acutoTusaevnn'ply A TH BWLN LE-ill be giveln is tomlorroxw's DAILY, prize xiii be giveni each week for
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE, TeMacsIhldrwitiisthie hilghest single score. Price 15
TheMarh Ilanerwhih itoceiits for a two-hand game. Open
Will give lessons on the mandolin and appear next Monday, sill contain a afternoons and eveninig.
guitar at the Uniiversity Schaool of most interestinig stud~y of "Rudyard Uavniv BN -Thr ae
Music every Friday. For 'Terms and Kipling as Poet," by Prof. W eiiey. posIRI sThenADversiTerBaidfr
hous aplytotheSecetay.LOST-A liar(If peari opera a first class clariset and second tromn-
AJND l..L blasses in the gallery of University bone. These positions to be filled at
,Hall on the iiighit of the Blrooke coin- once, apply to E. P. de Pont, Mack
State Phone 144. cert. Leave at tie DAILYv office. & Co.
Don't Throw Your
Peninsular i I A, Gase so ematter ho,,bdl

s

LAMB & SPENCER,
T HlE
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and liukery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of 1M. Barber Shot)
and (1Bth iooijis.
J. R. YnOJAaOwPSsl. Prop. 122 S.5S-ate 5-1
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
t SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE SHOPis Buss & ELY'S
BARBR SHPIt you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. Stats St.
' .eENOCH DIETERLE,9 Funeral Directs.'
Cails attended Day as Night.
Ne. 161 E. Liberty Stress. Nesidence 633 5
Fourth Ave, Phase i2s.;
MIL WARD
TAILOR
5L Stl ei s se i Eary kSelecion.

Engra,
Comp

.ying
rin J,
DETROIT, MIOH.

they are broken. We
A way ln will repair eye-glasses and
spectacles while you wait, or
ledyou anothler pair while
yours are beinlg fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
nianship anld honiest prices. Eyes
examined free of charge.

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