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April 26, 1899 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The New AVeruear Edition
Encyclo podia
Britannica.
The Best Reference Library for the
Home, the Office, the Library.
Neaily six feet ot pritited matter.
(IEach vslumsse is 11 is. long; 9 ins.
wide; shout ??1 inches thick, sod
weighs ahoot 5 pounlds.)
Can it all go) iuto your hseadi ? Not
likely! Better have the wvork itself
to refer to cries is indubst.
The enitire set o5f Thirty Superb
Octavo Volsues sleliveredui pons iay-
titeist of
$1.00.
SHEEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers,
AGENTS,
3'.1', South Sttate Street.
STUDENL3 !
PATRONIZE STUDENTS
If You Do Not, Why Not?
WeVcn ngentse5ighstclss ofwork at
ihn reuulr issEiter fs inis.
New 'Phone, 441, ass a. nStatS.
Student'a Laundry Ilasociotiop,
ates Vionght, n99Lt, WmR. ton,'00nw.
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is ail I ask for
illy Lnti'iery Agency.
P. C. M!'EYE R,
Tel. No. 179. (607 E. Williame St.

............ .......
-, -ALPINE HAT SALE.
All Shades for 1899 Now In.
Calt and see theis $3 iHats fur $2.
D. A. TINKE4R & S0ON.
LAMPS FOR STUDEINTS.
We nail atteiitiosi to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
rangtng in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latent anti
most improved pattern sod makes. Including "The \New Rtochester," "The
Yale," " The Royal, ""The Berlin Student Lamp, ""The Perfectin Student
Lamp." If youa want the heat Lamp fur the Leat Monsey come anid see us
Old Number: VI
44NS. MAIN ST., DE N C
AN ARBOR. MICH. D A U
Downing in The Commander. I Seniorsl
Mr. Robert Downiiiglisa surround- 'T'he cap anid gowns swing-ouit will
ed himnself withs an excelleit company lake place '1'lursday afternoosi of
of inetropolitatn artists, as will be this week at 4:15 p. iin. All seniors
ntoticed when they appear hern ott are requested to sent in Rooii C, at
Thursday eveiing, April 27, at the 4 o'clock in their cap and gownncosa-
opera house it sespport to Mr. Downs- tuise. Prof. Wesley will miake an
lug in iiiastnew play, '"the CGout.!address ssn 'Actadesmic Costuise."
siastder," the wonmen beinsg piirticu- P. W. JO- Eb,
larly coiuenided as being younsg, Chsairmsan Comittlee.
hsssdsaiue andtipussessed of extraordi-
nary ability. 'Thi niamecs speak for LuST-A $20 bill. Fintler please
tlieitisclves -Miss Stella Rees, Miss returil to J. B. Frewe, 306 North
Freda Gallick, Miss Rleaiior Roiielle, Slate St,~tend receive rewnard.
Miss Nettle Baker, Miss Severns-
Dedeyin, Mr. J. C. Downsing, Mr. J. The Antn Arbor R. HR. will sell ex-
C. Nusget, Mr. George Cliftont, Mr. curson tickets for the following
Rdw'arul Adasus anti others. itteetings at one fare for ftse rounsd

Juniors!
'Te young stdiles of thec Jutiior
cltss will ctttertainthtie Juisior young
mien at Granger's this (Wedntesday)
evestisng. Rifort lisa been nmtde to
rettcls every yountgsiast in the class
lay intvittetiont, but it is fetared that
soe mauy have beets overlooked. If
sucs is ftse case it lisa beesnsnisstesn-
tiostal anid every jutnior is cordially
nited. ANNA DALY,
Vice-president.
Candidates for ftse '01 baseball
teami will practice at ftse Fair
grouinds today at 4 p. si.
11V. A. GRcAYSON, Capt.
Friday sigist Wisconsini defeated
Illinsois in debate. "

trip:
University of Michigans Musical
Festivtal, Asnt Arbor, Mich. 'Tickets
ott sale May 10, 11, 12 and 13. Re-
turn limiit May 15.
Intternsationasl Cosnventions V. V.C.
A. of North Amterica, Grasid Rapitds,
Michi. 'Tickets on sale"May 24 tied
25. Return limiit Maty 29.
Assnutal Cosnventioss Travelers Pro-
tective Associtiini of Amserica,
Louisville, Ky. 'Tickets sit sale
May 15 and 16. Returts limit
May 21.
Asisseal Meetisig GermiassBtaptists,
Roanoke, Vs. 'rickets its sale May
16, 19, 20 asid 21. Returns limeit
Jesse 24.
Natiossal Baptist Anntiversaries,
San Franicisco, Cal. 'Tickets ass sale
May 14, 15 asid 16. Return limit
July 16.
M1eeting Old Order German Bapt-
tints, Ussion Bridge, Md. Tickets
oss sale May 16, 10, 20 and 22. PoRe-
turts limsit June 24.
For the Annual Meetintg Gesteral
Assenibly Presbyterian church in
Usited Slates the Ann Arbar TR. R.
will sell tickets to Minneapolis,
Miss., at site fatre for ftse rounsd trip,
pluss $4, on May 15, 16 and 17, with
return limit Jusne 3, 1899.

BOYS ! STOP ! Parquet floors asid wood carpset
BOYS ST P 1floors laid and fisishted complete.
AT THE Estimiates citeerfusily submittedl.
KR INDL1GARTI[ N Eight years experiesice enables no to
give estire satisfactioss. Martint
FOR A GAME Or POOL OR BILLIARDS Hler, Furstitisre asid Carpets.
Huron,5t. SEalt of F. and M. Bak. Bicyjcle Men.
All candsidates will receive minsu
ND Lfinns daily as tio trtaining froms Direr-
tsar Fitzpatrick at thletic Field.
RState Phone 144. J. J. McLEAN.

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JOS. W, KOLLAUF,
Foreign andl Fine Domestic
Woolens.
214 East.sh~elingetnSt..near t5i Ae
ANN ABiOR.
W'. J. Booa, Cnn. ls
W. Asxis 55Vieprs
J. V. ssssos A, 2a t vCe-e
JiiN. Ce, L, Ass. 5:ssics, SAVIN
BRNK
Transacts a general
Blanking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'r z 83
Capi,9,(00.oSno a s ando fesis, H s,0t0
'rannntsuagsneraliacting bsiess. Fseign
sxcainoghgt anddsmd. Psurnish litts ss
cresdit.
Ei. 0.Eil, Ptes. sARItSanONSiLE
S. W CLAKlSON shiertus
*rtl? Pi1Ehanir51I3 rn
Cnr. Setsin ndBarnsStessts.
C pitlos50,000. Surlus, $3ni00. Tanscts
gneralibankings~oiss5.
FRnED,'sHs. L'tisCashier. :
IThG An1flror savins Bank
Capital Sosk. s5,0. Sspus 5505.
orgaiedsndestheGesnerssl Bankiig Lwss
nfthiistat. Recivei's dpsssitsad sells
echageonsthes picisaitieisftes tnitd
ttes Dafsn:casshe ni pr5o.pr5.:wettsss:
sea, Vic-res.;Sis. E. tiscni.Cashie; 3
J.Fitz AssistntiCashier,
LAMB & SPENCER.
.. TTBR. .
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usualy kept so a
first-class Grocery and likery. Cas11
and see n.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. otM . aewSlhop
stud Bait ooms.i
. t. TROTAOWSs, Prop.3i32 . liae:
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP to Ban AeLsir
Ity you desir
irst-nlasos work and courteous treatnment
try George and Harry at 32 S. State St.
ENOCHDIETRLEIFnerl Director
EN CalsateddDa rNigt.
N. 101t E. Libsrty Stret. esideace 5.:
Fouthi As, Poeosis.
SPRING -a1
OF '99
MIL WARD
TAILOR
STATE ST
Sprng adSumere Make an
Syte trn I. Early -Selection.

Suit asesAll Sizes,
Suit asesAll Styles.
Correct in every detail.
The prices do the talking.
.. WAGNER &C.00.m
_4 123 5. MAIN ST.

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