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October 11, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-10-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

r o6 S. MAIN ST., and
W ATERMAN'S W1 W1 WETMORE 342 S. STATE St., Cor. William St.,

IDEAL
FOUNTAIN
PEN
MAKES ITS MARK
All around the world.

CARRIES
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
Fountain Pens and Miscellaneous Books,
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.

JdOS. W. KOLLAUFI,
DOEALER= lIN
Fone Domestic and Foreign
WOOLENS,
has removed to
214 East Washingten St., near 5th Ave
Will be pleased to see old and new customsers.
W J. On3THnPRES S R
W. ARNOLD, lst Vice-pres
J.V. SHaEHAN,2d Vt.Csier RVe IN
JOHN.C WALTaAsst.ce tVlu
BRMNK
Transacts a general
Banking Busines

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We have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an op-to date tarn oat, and so
have added to or steeleof ine hornes and carriages, a r ALLY-ISO, which seats
fourteen persons. Coaching parties will now belan order. Secuei a date for the L-
Tally-Ho. Call op Y
HOLMES LIVERY ,

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Every One Warranted for O Telephone 106. 515 EAST LIBERTY ST. 06
Five Years._ FIRST NATIONAL BANKOrg ni 18d
FOR S T U E T s Capitol,10cts -eScsi nand Prits, 140,00
L A M S 'rnsacesoagenieialliiiiking boi ii Piiicin
Dntbe deceived by fake signs LA P Si cTU D Neditio.liad'ilFsneilleoo
ad avriet fentg he Wat e tall attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps, E. tD. KINNE, Pres. HIARIS~ON SOL.
adavrieetofeig teWt ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. 'These Lamps are of the latest and vicePres.
erman Pen froni $1.00 up, as there is most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New liochester,' '=The S. W. CLARKISON, Casbier
no Waterman Pen-made at that price. Yale,"_ The Royal,__The Berlin studenet lampThe P'erfection Student
We have the so-called Waterman Lam."If yantth, bs LampeLatMie oeadseu.~u~fF. 'I1hIt3,1I
Pen, which is extensively advertised Lm. fyuwn h etLm -rteLatHnycm n e s ''ri rhtmn
and which leads the unsuspectinsg Old Number'
public to believe that theyar getting 44 SO. MAIN ST.,Alin nd'pw (*trets
teWaterman Ideal at this retnarka- ANARBOR, MCH E N - Cpio010 1li$000 a
bey boy price. At anty titmeprospect- - gKy i F, Pes. . In.bs pie-rs
ive pen buyers have a few motmetits "iUndier the Dome" which rcocos Major Vaoighian hos left the city to P.RcEY. iH.IB ici n, Coshier.
lisiure we will gltidly shosv them the to the Atllens 'Theatre next \Y1ediieo. lake tip his wvork in the artily againi -
swindle that is heinig rerti day, promises to be one of the big- ThS lu eciitil i e Rnn iDHP1IIOr Savings~ Bank
uponi the poblic. gest mioney wciners of the seasoni. It Leave at Stewairds office iar 511 IHill copitltstiock. s 0.00. sieptc, 51m00000.
w oas firot hproducedl at the Liticolti a14 I eaRieeloiide leĀ£tee100,000i. ~w
jj f ~ ~ ~~ Theatre, Sept. 12, and scored heavily. otitiiztotanlieo thepenerlaing wsoi 11
flrrflnI~ Idi It is staid to be well cocnstructeil alia Misse Ma1- Wrolilt, '97, is teachinag exchanige oni the pii i tieslioftVni t Cied
OP~ to cocetaini at least tswo reniarkabale scieiice in Negauciec highcoclaisol. Sats.Drfs asedupnprpeietoi-fiin
University lBooksellers, Stationers, sc'e.Tefis ftTo, els 1ry the Portlatid Cafe for bioaid, ron ice 5 Pee ,Cthas .I Ilsi eO Cashier; 0
aidE'ingrYvers, tic ferry boat trip fromi Jersey (ily lirst-class, and onily $3.00 per oWeek. c~it isttCier.
toNest York, isato be absolutelyMelanlucs at allhor.Oe -
320 S. State St., Antis Arbor, MIsl perfect ice detail. Tile wash of the day andB night.CIA
water, the creaking ot the engines, ayanLIIn&xNOER
ristraining of timbers, andi clanginig of "Dick" Ewiingi superintendett
bells are all successfully imitated, of Chaamp~ion, Michi., schools. - T HI E
More startling is the haurricacae A Graphophioie (phiocograph style)
scene. 'The first shows the beautiful comaplete with outfit, to exchacge for F n r c r
coral reef harbor at Apia, Saliaoa, the a typewriter or highs graile hacid canm-
A mconsul. This is followsed by the hsir- 'Rob" Daciforthi '98 tenis chain- We keep everythoing osually kept in a
ricane ,scecne. Forked lightcinig, in- s ricpa o- teP-herMh.firtit-class Grocey and hakery. Call
(.Stusdents' Lecture Asoociation.) roaring windo, rolling thunder, blind- piols priiia ie, and see ue.
icig rain, ansd waves niountaitn ligh shos
tossing the doomied nmen-of-war anid Bureau of Law, Washsingtoci, D. 318 S. STATE ST.
finally thee wrecking of thee U. 5. C. Infornations pertaining to the
fickcets for the entire course are ship 'Trenton nmake aceasve inspoirinlg Lasts of time United States, sof the TDNSLUDR
now on sale at W'4ilder's, on State St., and blood quickenimig opectacle ws-idsi several states and territories of the ASSOCIATION.
oldtt~ can hardly fail to move the niost UnTmited States, of Fioreign Conmtries
an the Gn dyehad ron a Sohc- blase theatre goer. furnished upon applicatiomi. WM. VOUGHT-WMT. It. FOX,
thrs. Ta hee pricsomiy.00.en o lc In addition to these scemnes, three "Johnny" Butler, caeptain of '98 AENcTS cOst
hor. he rie i oly 2.0. beautiful scenes of ftsmiliar locahi- basehall team, is very succspsful wthb THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
T1hink of liearinug 1ties he Washington are showon. The the Ishipeminlg football team. PlayedFDTOT E otefcieo hs steDretregmswt hmin au he us- uo g adeluytih tae h
of the Capital illuminated, met amid Escanaba amid haosovon themonly machineidomIaesticfinishb id elseWec-i
For 20 cts E. C. Knapp has beete elected al ety~so~~tsi l at islmy
BOURKE COOKRAN mem's vice-president of the S. C. A. IRemioember the plaice where you The Excelsior Laundry Co,,
can save moeneyome sheoe repairinig.OPAL AO.
For 20 cts., LuST-Friday afternoon on MaiSlhoeo fixed to your own satisfaction.O ALMZV
INNE 'B NDor Williams Sts., ahlcSosootthSesapdh.smdS.Sobr Collars----------- Cent
N N E S B A N w~oith a gold M$ on the back atid at- heels, 40c. and 50c. Bring youir Shirts ........................ ", ," ,, ,,
For 20 cts., or tackeid to a sihver fob. Finider wtill stork wthen you cm to floe P. Cu Ethfino---------------------. Giv
"IAN M A CLA R E N" return wsatch to 408 Church St. and to A. Levy, U. of M. Shoe shop, 217 nsoatrial
claim rewvard. N. Main St. 1 Officee202 ..SOate St. Rtesidlencee610Lawrence St.
For 20liS. New State Phone. 441m.

James Whitomb Riley will open
the, course Oct. ,21., Thee other dates

will soon be made public. Watch thle
Buletn Bars.Waterman Fountain Pen.

StATNNA4RBC3R:

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