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THE UNIVERSITY GE MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The New Weruser Edition
-OF THIE-
Encyco~i
Britannica.
The Best Reference Library for the
Home, the Office, the Library.
Nearly six feet of printed1 matter.
(Each volumle is 11 in. lonig; 9inl.
wide; about 2z inches thick, sod
weighs about 5 piouns.)
Can it all go into your head? Not
likely ! Better have the work itself
to refer to when in doubt.
The entire set of Thirty Superb
Octavo Volumes dlelivered upon pay-
ment of
$1300.
SHEEHAN &CO.
University Booksellers,
AGENTS,.
320 South State Street.

JO - .KOLLAUF,
THE-
ALPINE HAT SALE. 214 East Washingtao St., na 5th Ave
All Shades for 1899 Now In.
Call andi see them! $3 Hats for $2. ANABR
TINKRP& SON.

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IntorGoIIOaiate Bureau o1fiRGademiG %Costume.
GOTRELL & LEONARDE.
ALBAsvNY .
Cope, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, C'Inns Hate and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
2 2 C. KERN, WesoternsMnlgr.,
Haskell lMusmotlsiw* f Chicao
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Eveiry rig in our barn is being repainted and varnished
for spring trade.
H01.MES' LIVERY,
TE.LEFO-ONE 106. 515 E. LIEF RrY.
Canopy furnished for parties.
L AMPIF"S FOSTUDENTS,
We call attention to our complete line of ('enter Draft tNickel IPlated 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 lituhester," "The
Yale," "The Royal, ""The Bierlin Student Lamp, ""The Perfection Student
Lamp." If ysu want the best Lamp for the Least Mloosep cssne and see us
Old Number:I44SNltABR MC. DN 0 8

A Week ofl Drama.
Manlager Liremer has soicceeded in
securinig for Ann Arbor theatregoers
aniothier week's entertainmilent at pop-
ularories, 10,t).20) asnd30 cenits. Tile

Daly Stock Co.,of New York, opens5
S TUV E _T ! aln engasgemelnt Monday, March 27,
V withl '"ImheBawln of Freedom," and
PATRONIZE STUDENTS on Tusdaoy, Marchl 28, "A Wife's
Honor"'' which Ilad~e allenorius
If YOU Do Not, Why Not? lilt in Boston, will be produced.
We eas lnv. you She5higest nclassof werto aS Anong' the other prmductioiis are
the reguaror icees. Eithe.rfinioh.'
Niew 'Phase, 441, 202 S. State S. "Coloile" sod "East Lrniie."
Student's Laundry (-Isociatior), Matinee on Satuiriay, April 1.
Jim. Vooght, '99 Lt, Sm. R. Fox, '00 tow. ________

Notice '02.
There will be a class meeting this
afterunoon at 4 p. in., Rosin C., U.
H. Oracle Board electioin aid other
iniportant business. All freshmnan
are stronlgl y urged to be present.
R. B. HUSroN, Secretary.
Mohatvk Club Banquet.
For the above occasion the Also
Arbor Railroad will sell excursion
tickets to Detroit aind return at one
fare for the round trip for all trains
on Marcha 25 slid for morning trains
for March 30. Return limsit March 31.
Jack Hollister will coach the Be-
loit baseball teanm this sprinig.
Freshmen Notice.
All candidates for (lie '(12 baseball
team come to roois C, U. H., Friday,
Marcel 24, at 4 p. in.
R. E. Lag, Manager.

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W. . BOTH PRS.STIITL
Joo1.C. Wa'.LN dAsst.Cshie SAVINGS
.BAINK
t Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K An r1
Cpital, i100,1s0. Surpls ad PFefit,,14,00
'rasact ageal bankinig bsiss. Foeign
exchsoge boghfted old. Furnsh lttes of
cedit.
E. . KINNE, Foo. ARRSION SOUtE,
Vce-Pee.
. W. CLASsON, Cshie,
Co.ain ad i, 10:
Capitol, 850,0.Surplus, 000.'ransacto
R, IEsar, Pros. C. E. GoEEN, Vice-Pet.
FRED. 10 eLo~nsICahe.
Theo An Alrbor SavingsanK
Cpital StooL. $,,0.sorpls,$1t500.
Restocot.,i$1,100.
Orneider tGe noeal Bnoting Lwo
of IIStalt. lRecies dos~ois, byt and ell,
exchangegon tht principal ceof Silo Uniedl
5arse. Draftssd 111poopeidetificaio
Safety depoit boe o Soentl.
OFIE,c: Chrstan Mck, Prs '.;5 . .En
soo, Vico-Pre.; Cha. 1. Oloono, Cshe; Si
J.FzAssistatCashoie.
LAMB & SPENCER,
..THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usaly kept ina
first-class Grcery and Bakery. Cll
sod see u.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Slop
and Batlh Rooins.
J. R. TROANOWSsKI, Prop. 32 S. SaeS1
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL o Stte Stree
BARBE SHOP is DuoN & EL's
BAR ER HOPIt yu desire
first-class work and courteous tresimen
try George and H-arry at 332 S. State St.
ENVOCH DIETERLE, Eblne n
Cals attended Day o Night.
No. 11 E. Libety Seet. IResidnce 633 5
Fourth Are Phoe 19.
.ry orr'as
TAILOR
STATE STd
b Spigse nd OSumme Mae aso
Styles are i. Early Selection.<

A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
noyLasssdn-y Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 6057 . Williom St.

Mrs. J. B. Angell aiid Mrs. R.
Caimpbell have beenin ivited to repre-
sent the State ,of Michigaat a spe-
cial mieetinlg to be 1101ldin Choicago
dulrilog tile present seek, for tilepur
pose5 of coisidering imlpo~rtanlt mat-
ters ini coninectioni with foreign mlis-
silonary work. About twelve olf the
iilti-ior gttPCwillho ,no.P.nootP~d

THE RENOWNEDiiiM5
MR. W. EUG1
Will give lessons of
guitar at the Idv'
Music every Frida;
hsurs apply to the So
RANDA

MDOLIS lVIETtUOSO oo~ooOOOO5~ ~''' Mr. Sargeint, curator of the Muse-
Ther sol besoleileriaiiiei , ilsol give as illustrated lecture
ENEPAe, frle beeifit of sick studeints ini thneteo "Materials in thoe Museum, Espe-
o the mandolin and hosiOPtlh in Maccaeel' hail on Moo. dially Shells," Friday, March 24,
erit Shol d ayevilll, arI 5.A arei at 4:30 o'clock, in this Museum lee-
y. For 'Terms and prralol oousic sod recitatioiis will tore roonm.Alinestdaenve.
Beretary. be giveni. Adimission, 10 ets. AT THIE BOWLINe ALLEY-A
pi-ize will he given each week for
LLL9This next faculty coiocert u-ill be thte highest single score. Price 15
giveis in University Hal. It woll be cents for a two-hond game. Open
State Phone 144. so organ recital by Prof. Reinwick. afteriioon aiid evening.

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OPTNING OF iE6LI,3[[ SISEE OUR
WINDOW.Ii
We have receivedi and opened a full line of bright rII
newly designed Negligee Shirts for Spi'ing anid Summer wear.
Early Corners Secure the Cream, theiefore select

now while the stock is unbro
IIT'S THE
MONARCH.

WAGNER & CO.,
123 S. MAIN ST.

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