THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Would you save money? Then buy
your Books at the
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 Ptomaine.
The most complete line of un-to-date Men's Furnishing in the city, is at
D. A. TINKER & SON, 334 S. State St.
dealers in Hats, Caps, Fine Neckwear, E. & W. and Cluett's Collars and Cuffs,
Fancy and White Shirts, Night Robes, Pajamas, Bath Robes, Gym Suits and
Shoes, Laboratory Suits and Aprons, Underwear. Hosiery, Jewelry, Umbrel-
las. Men's Olothes to order at low prices, fit, quality and style guaranteed.
AGENCY FOR THE
LONGLEY $3 HAT
We have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an up-to date turn out, and so
have added to our stock of fine horses and carriages, a TALLY-HO, which seats
fourteen persons. Coaching parties will now be in order. Secure a date for the
Tally-Ho. Cal up
515 EAST LIBERTY ST. Io
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranggin in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
For First Year Dental Studfenats-11 "s--r==_ - --_ - _ --_ X --- ,
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester,""The
Gray's Anatomy, Yale," " The Royal, ""'The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
Freer's (Chemistry, Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us.
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Essig Prosthetic Dentistry. Old Number:
For Literary Department Stu- 44 S0. MAIN ST., D E
dents ANN ARBOR, MICH.
We have all the Greek and Latin
Books, French, German, Mathemati- Some Interesting Students. That quaint comedian, Mr. W. H.
cal and Engineering Books. As usual the Uiiiversity has us us Murphy, this season with Blaney's
SECOND-HAND BOOKS membership roll this year, several "A Boy Watted" company, intro-
Japanese students who have come duces somethiig entirely new and
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, here from that faraway country in novel in the way of a specialty.
order to partake of soue of itead- After a series of exceptionally funny
Waterman & Parker's Foun-v. - jokes, Mr. Murphy introduces for the
twin Pens. oilers to those at teriget. n gfirst tiime, a one legged dance; a
SH EH Jaets ots tendinga teof dance that required two years steady
University of Tokio, who is in his practice to perfect.
St~te Sree. ~ secoind year of residlence at this Uni- Mr. Ralph C. Masoin has left for
StatevStreet. ersity and is pursuing special studies Cassopolis, Mich., where lie has
in the Literary Department with a position in the high school.
view to entering the bankiig busi-
ness in his native country. Bureau of Law, 'Washington, D.
Furuya, '00 L., well known in his C. Information pertaining to the
department as a bright student, is on Laws of the United States, of the
a lecturing tour at present and is several states and territories of the
meeting with flattering success. He United States, of Foreign Countries
Amwill return soon to resume his studies. furnished upon application.
A native of Russia is Mr. Szdrawski,
(Students' Lecture Association.) a law student;who left his country Miss Matilda Harrington, '98, has
in order to escape serving in the a position in the high school at her
army. He graduates this year and home in Dubuque, Iowa.
intends practicing in this country.
Tickets for the entire course are Try the Portland Cafe for board,
now on sale at Wilder's, on State St., Remember the place where you first-class, and only $3.00 per week.
and at Goodyear's, on Main St., or can save money on shoe repairing. Meals and lunches at all hours. Open
they may be had from student solic- Shoes fixed to your own satisfaction, day and night.
itors. The price is only $2.00. Shoes tapped, 50c. and 60c. Rubber Grand free pipe display at Jolly's,
heels, 40c. and 50c. Bring your hi f
Think of hearing work when you come to the P. O., from 1 to 4 this afternoon.
R I L EY to A. Levy, U. of M. Shoe shop, 217 LOST.-A blue mackintosh cape.
N. Main St. 18 Leave at Stewards office or 511 Hill
For 20 cts, St. 14
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Fine Domestic and Foreign
has removed to
214 East Washington St., near 5th Are.
Will be pleased to see old and new customers.
W. J. BOOTa, PEs. STIIT
W. ANOLtD, 1t Vie-ps
J. V.OtAT 54Viceeprs
JN CYALTZ, AsCshi er
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANKorgasied10
Capital, 610,00. Surpius and Profits, 140000
Transacts a general bankinbusiness. Foreign
exchange bought and sold. Furnish letters of
rE.D.KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUL,
S. W. CLARKSON, Cahiar,
Co Mainsand suronstreet.
Capitai, 150,00.Surplus, $3,00'. Transacts a
general banking business.
R. KEarr, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pre.
FRED. H BELSE, Cashier.
Ifg ID nflrbor Savinas Bank
Capitai Stock. O,O. seurplus,150,000.
Organszed under the Gneal Bankin Las, 1
of tiastate, Recaive dnepoisy ads elier
echang on the principai cities of the United
States. rafts cashed upon properidentification.
OFIOa: Cheristin Mac.kPres.;W. D.lHari
matn, Vic-Pesas. E.. Hiscoc, Cahir; M.
J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
WE. VOUGHT-WM. R. FOX,
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
Th best hgh grdoiasCr CstheSate. The
oly machiner dometric ia sih is th Wet
Gloe finsh also given. Alt work promptly,
nertliy asS carfuiiy oa.
The Excelsior Laundry Co,
Collars ....................1 Cent
Cuffs.... . ... 3
Either finish, Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
is a tria
Ofie 202 S. State at. Residence 610 Lawrence at,
New State Phone. 441.
For 20 cts_
Are la lub and a band
ar big aranized.c
Sprague Pratt, formerly of '01, is
in the newspaper busines at Traveroe
LosT.-Friday afternoon on Main City, with his brother, L. A
I N N ES' BA ND or Williams Sts., a black .Swiss watch
For 20 cts, or with a gold M on the back and at- A Graphophone (phonograi
tached to a silver fob. Finder will complete with outfit, to exch
"I A N M A C LA R E N " return watch to 408 Church St. and a typewriter or high grade ha
For 20 cts. claim reward. era. Room 3, 321 S. 4th av
James Whitcomb Riley will open NTO
the course Oct. 21. The other dates fONSIGNED TOUS.
will soon be made public. Watch the
Bulletin Boards. On Sale Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7, 8.
A manufacturer's line of Fancy Shirts.
Bright, new, natty effects.
Unlimited number of patterns.
Prices to suit you all.
A WAGNEER & O.
123 S. MAIN ST. Furnishers.