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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 TH UNIERSIY OFMICHGAN AILY

The New Werner Edition N
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EF ALPINE HAT SALE
6 ~"" All Shades for 1899 Now In.
En0 c o m la Call and see them! $3 Hats for $2
D. A. TzNxFER & SON.
Britannica. LA0MPS Em STUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamp
The Best Reference Library for the ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest an
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester," "Th
Home, the Office, the Library. Yale," "The Royal,""The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Studen
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see u
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
Nearly six feet of printed matter. ANN ARBOR. MICH. . DEAN ___

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(Each volume is 11 in. long; 9in.
wide; about 2" inches thick, and
weighs about 5 pounds.)
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 delivered upon pay-
ment of
$1.00.
SHEEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers,
AGENTS,
320 South State Street.
STUDENTS!
PATRONIZE STUDENTS
If You Do Not, Why Not?
Wean give ye the highest class of work at
the reguarc es.Eiter finisht.
New 'Phone, 441, 202 S. State St.
Student's Laundry fAssociatiol,
Nm. Vought, '99 Lit, Wm. R. Fox, '00 Law.'
A TRIAL ORDER.'
That is all I ask for
my Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. William St.
BOYS! STOP!
AT THE
KIND[1IFIIThN
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS
Huron St. East of F. and M. Bank.
ANDA LOL 1
State Phone 144.

About The Oratorical Election. for such a purpose, as often as they
were defeated and so continue the
Editor U. of M. Daily: struggle during the entire period of
With regard to the matter of the the incunent's termt of office.
Oratorical Association election- we Respectfully,
greatly deplore the amount of ill Tuco. K.JACKSON.
feeling that has been occasioned by SCOTT'S lIG MINSTREL CARNIVAL
this election, but we feel that the
stand which we have takei is the The attractions at the Athens on
s tenable position whict we could Tuesday, April 18, will be Oliver Scott's
only Big Minstrel Carnival. The entertain-
consistently assume. Allegations of ment truly is entirely different from
fraud and ballot box stuffing have that of any similar organization. The
been made, but io actual p wroof has wardrobe, stage effects, and everything
beenoffardeibthernatheroffirspertaining to the exhibition, has been
been offered either ~o use, the officers gotten up regardless of expense. It is a
elect, nor to any other member of very big show. The street parade is a
the Law Department. Mere allega- very unique feature, and will take place
tions of fraud are no proof, nor a at 11:30 a. m. Beaded by their brass
s n tband, the company will parade the prin-
showing that fraud might have been cipal streets of this city, after which a
comniutted a proof that fraud was musical concert will be given. The seats
actually committed. It is easy to are now on sale at Wathr's and Sang-
show that any iuan has the oppor- sterfer's.
tunity to conitnit a murder, but no Wouldn't she like a copy if "The
jury would convict hint on such Victors?" Get it for her at Shee.
evidence. Nor is it any proof to han's.
show a willingness on the part of a
number of persons to declare that Spring Vacation Railroad Rates.
they believe a fraud was committed. On April 13, 14 and 15, the Ani
For the officers elect, to resign their Arbor Railroad will sell round trip
positions and to permit a new elec- tickets limited to return April 25 to
tion to be had, would be a tacit ac- students presenting proper certificate
knowledgement that they believe from Mr. Wade's office. These
that the ballot box was actually tickets will be sold to St Louis, Mo.,
tampered with. This the officers Quincy, Ill., Keokuk, Iowa, Peoria,
are by no means prepared to aditit, Ill., Cairo, Ill., Louisville, Ky., Cin-
as they do not believe the charges to cinnati, O., Pittsburg, Pa., Buffalo,
be true- . N. Y. and intermediate points. Also
or carthredlissatisfied members to points onthe D. S. S. & A. R. R.
of the Oratorical Association forcet in ts oiprA.eH.suR.
such a course upon them, as there is E. S. GILMORE, Agt.
no authority either in the constitu e
tion of the association, in Robert's FoUND-A pair of opera glasses.
Rules of Order, nor in any other Owner may have same by proving
work on parlimentary practice author- property and paying for this ad.
izing or giving a method of vacatign
offices once filled by election other LOST-Monday, April 3, a gold
than by impeachm eit. If anumber stick pit, C. E. monogram. Finder
of the members of an association please leave at Stewards office. 47
could so declare offices vacated,f
there would never be an end to. Take a copy of Elbel's "Victors"t
election disputes, because the dissatis march home with you. At Sheehan's,
fled members could call a meeting 25 ets.

JOS, W. KOLLAUF,
Foreign and Fine Domestic
SWoolens.
214 Sast WashingtonS t., near 6th Ave.
ANN ARBOR.
w. J. BOOTH, PRE .
W. ARNOLD, 1st Vice-pres
J. V. StEeo, 2d Vceepro Sle IG
JOHN.C wAmTs, Asst.tiashir~ flIG
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K0rgne d186
Capital, $100, 00. Surplus and Profits, 140,000
'reansats a generta anig busiess. Frein
echasgebhgthtnad sld Frnishi etters oa
credit.
.0.etKINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE
Vices-res.
S. W. CLARKsON, Cashier.
Cor. Main and uronS Streets.
Capitat, 5,0. surplus, $30,000. Transacts a
neral banking business.
R, KExrp, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FRED. H BELSER, Cashier.
[he fin flrbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock. 05,000. surplus, $150,000.
Resources.5100,OO.
organisedunder the Genea BankinLaw,
or ths Statt.Receies deposits, buy and setl,
exchange on tht erincipal cities of the United
States. nrafts cashed upon proper idetiicatis
Safety deposit ones ts tess.
OeFICEes UChristian Mac Pres.; W. 0. Harei
nan, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. iscoen. Cashier; M
J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
THE . .
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Shop
ansi Bath Rooms.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prop. 322 S. State S
PATRONIZE.
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP i Doss & ELY'S
If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
fITD E blmrand
ENOCH DIETERLE, FuneralDiei r
Calls attended Day or Night.
Na. 155 E. Lierty Steet. Residece 683 5
Forth Ae, Phone it9.
SPRING
OF I
MILWARD
TAILOR
STATE ST
"pr"ng and S mmer Make an
styles are In. Early .Selection. q

s A1 Styes.
Sul't Cases AlSzs
Correct in every detail.
The prices do the talking.
3 WASNER I& C0S.
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