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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The New Werner Edition
The Best Reference Library for the
Home, the Office, the Library.
Nearly six feet of printed matter.
(Each volume is 11 inc. long; 9 in.
wide; shoot 21 inches thick, and
weighs ahout 351pounids.)
Can it all go into your head ? Not
likely! Better have the work itself
to refer ts whue in doubt.
The cntire set of Thirty Superh
Octavo Volumes deliveredl upon pay-
ment of
$1.00.
SHEEHAN & Co.
University Booksellers,

GOQTO
Stabler's Art Store

11 WILL GIVE'
20 per cent Reduction
to all Students

FR Art Novelties and s of the U. of M. on goodo purchased
FR Fine Frame Mouldings. at my store.
Salis ury'sDrug
317 S. 4tj. Ave. Pllow'e 173.Saib r s Store.
Intorcolloniato Bureau olfIlGadcln]c Costumie.
COTREL.L & LEONiARD,
ALsAsY, N. Y.
Cape, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pius. Address
W. C. KERN, Western SMngr.,
Haskell Museunm, Usir. sfChicags
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our barn is heing repainted and varnished
for spring trade.
H0L.MES' LIVERY,
TE..I-PONE 106. 515 E. LIBF.RTY.
Canopyfussnishsed-fos parties.
MSWe call attentioss to our complete line of ('enter Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75e to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Bocheter,""'f he
Tale," "The Royal, ""The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The Perfection Student
Lamp." If yous want thse best Lamp for the Least 1Iloseye come and see us
Old Number:
44 S0. MAIN ST..,U 1 I A
ANN ARBOR. MICH. E IN 0
Senior Class Meeting. IL. E. Kimmnel, '98, who has a
'There wiii he a meeting of thse '99 position teaching en the Coldwates
lierrycas- Fiay Mris31 t'-cgee0-1---I s ois v- -"-iiting-old

AGEN TS.. 4:15 p. mn., to discuss ties questions of haunts and renewing acquaintansces.
320 South State Street. a memeiorial. L. D. VERDIaE, Pres. 'r'ickets for Sousa's hand concert
R Arrangessents are being nmade for wiil he on sale oniiaced after 8 o'clock,
ST UIaEN 1 VtS a "carnival week" at Dartmouth he. Saturday, April first at E. E. Cal.
ginnilng May 8. The events will kinss en State st., and H. J. Brown,
PATRONIZE STUDENTS -iucluede the twvo annual basehall oni Main at., at time acid places seats
If Yu D No, ~Ahy otgamies aiic the ainniual debate, lbe- iiay he reserved. Persons are
If Y u D No, W y N t teen Dartiosutli and Williams, also wamned against purchcasing of any
Eitessrrise ifinti ishesh.ci siassosOwoek atth Juio Prmead, ada e-other persons, as these are the only
thes we creeulos piess. Nihes nse h ceeePseced sdapr
N-ew 'Phsse, 441, 202 a. State St. fornieseeb y the dramatic club. authorized places. Prices are 30,
Student's Laundry tAssociation, -- . - ----e,7c.and $1.00.
Atm. Vought, '99 Lit.,Nes. R. Fox, 'cc Law. A dinner party was given hy the - ________
______________ ___Delta U boys last night in honeor of Notice, Seniors!thigusPrfJ.B Jonn, heCpadGw Cmite
DaofteEugieneering Departenet will he ie Roonm 2, University Hall,
Thbat is all t ask for of the University of Wisconsice. from 4 to 5 p. i., Friday, Mairche
lily Laiessdry Ageacy . Prof. Johnson is hero to inspect the 31, to acrommoiedate those whoe have
Enegineericng Departmenet of seer Ucl. delayed giving their orders. Those
P. C. M E YER, versity. w________ hsovwishi their caps and gowns ini
Tel. Nols . i 0.eech..uiliam St." At lice meeting of the Michigancimtue fcor the swingout mcust take
Academey of Scienece at Ypsilancti advanctage of this oppuortunity.
BOYS ! STOP ! yesterday, Prof. Asapic Hall, Sr., P. W. JONES, Chairmeane.
AT THE read a paper on Variation of '00 Girls Notice.
KID LaR~ N titudOervationsarcy). Every '00 girl slhould attened the
trol Ohorvatry.jreceptions" held for themc at the
FOR A GAME Or POOL OR BILLIARDS Prof. Wilbert W. White, w-ho is Lashes' Readineg Roome, Thursday
liarson5t. East af F. and M. Bank. well known in Ann Arbor, is meet- and Friday of this week and Mon-
lug with wonderful success in isis day, Tuesday and Wednesday of
ANDALLBible class work in Londone. It is next, from 9 to 10 a. ell. Please
? reported that fully 12,000 persons bring your purses.
State Phone 144. attend his lectueres each week. 34 ANNA DALEY, Vice-Pres.

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JiOS.W, KOLLAUJF,
TrAII4OR,
214 East WashingtoncS., nearr 51l Ae
ANN ARBOR.
W. J. SeemH, PFee. _ f
W. ANOLD, lt ViceprE
WALZ. V. C aasc~~, ssd^ee IN^te
Jecc.C. waeL, Astd'ashie V N~
BRINK
'ransacts a general
Bankng Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ornix'86
Cpitai,9,e00o. Seceus des ofisc, $40,000
"sseestsaeee"eocankigrbusiness. Feiegnc
ssshsogc bosght sndsld. -Fresih leterseot
crecet.
. D. KINNE, PresIIARRISON SoLE
V"ice-Free,
S. W. i'LAiiK5CN, Cashie.
Cee. MaiecadI icnS-e
Cptas,$50,00. 5iiSurp ceus, 3,0. Taeactea
N, EPr,.PFes. C. . GREEs, Vie-Fre-
FEEs, a BEScĀ°tee.Cshe.
The6flaon flrbor Savings3 Bank
Cpital Stck. #'0000. Suteples $c0,1(X1.
. esouresee.5.00,d0.
Osied cender he Geealcnkigtaw,
of thee Stte. Reeiesedeosis.btysendsells
echange onte ieiselplciteiesfte nitdel.
States.DaltsCashied uoioeeereeeeeideeticato
Sfety dposit bxesst et e.
OricEsecChistin Mek. Fes.; W. . ii cee
,an, Vie-Fes.; Cha. . lHiceRCsier: M-.
JFritzsAsitntCahisr
LAMB & SPENCER,
..T E..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept inc
first-class Grocery and ]Bakery. Cell
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of MV. Barber Shop
and Bath Roonis.
J. R. TemJAswsac Pop. :32 S . St-lcc ^i
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of Sate Street
is Buss&ELY'S
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class wrk and courteous treatoment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH ILILL Fneral Diecr,
Calsattended Day us Nih.
N. 11 . Liety Steet. Residece 533cc
Fourth A, h es1in.
$OFO'99
MILWARD
TAILOR
Sring aadSumme~er Make an
L tlsaet.- Early Selection.

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