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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Spetial !Offer!

GO TO
Stabler's Art Store

I WILL GIVE
20 per cent Reduction
to all Students

The New Werneer Edition Art Novelties and of the U. of M1. on goods purchased
-OF THE- FOR Fine Frame Mouldings. at my store.

Encycloped ia
Britannica.
The Best Reference Library for the
Home, the Office, the Library.
Nearly six feet of printed matter.
(Each volume is 11 in. long; 9 in.
wide; about 2 inches thick, and
weighs aot 5 pounds. )
Can it all go into your head? Not
likely! Better have the work itself
to refer to whens in doubt.
The entire set of Thirty Superh
Octavo Volumes delivered upon pay-
ment of
$1300.
SH EEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers,
AGENTS,
320O Southi State Street.
Shirt Waists!
set naloe s~ ilt o o g t~hicsat,~e
i-atonc' gseood. Dit> s Iacaulor into
,f, by phone,
Student's Laundry tgssocitinr,
ant. tsorGndandrI sosiy itltit.
20 S. Sate St. Nw'Phote, 41
A TRIAL ORDER
That is tall 1 ask fsr
iIylan dry Aency.
P. C. MEYER,
To. \n. 179. 607 E. Willim St.
BOYS! STOP!
AT TE
KINDIGfIKMN
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS
HurnSt. East of F. and M.B[lnk.
DANDALL,
R State Phone 144.
Peninsular
Eingrat'ing
Compan!J,
DETROIT, MICH.

217 S. 4th Ave. Phone 173.

Salisbury's Dru

G ET YO U R
RIGS FOR THE GAME
AT
LAMPS FORSTUDENTS.
We call attention Lu 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 Rlochester," "The
Yale," "The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp,""11The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the beet Lamp for the Least Monsep come and see us
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST., DE N & C
AN ARBOR. MICH. D A O

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JOS. W! KOLLAUF,
Foreign ande Fine Domestic
Woolens.
214 EastlWashingt~o 5t., na ls iAve
ANN ARBOR.
W. J. BOOTH,PRES. SUITE
W. AiNOso, lt Vice-pow .V HEA dst Ci S VN e
JOH. . WAL005T,st.Csicer
BRANK
Transacts a general
Banking IBusiness.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK { n ro
Capitol, 510000. Srpluos att Profit, 140000
'troantsageneralankcing bsiss. Fortign
exchtatge bouoght and sold. Futnoish lettersofo
credit.
E. D. KINNE, Preso. lHARRS0N 5(5LE.
Vice-Pros,
S. W. CLAR5KSON, Csohie.

Hugo J. Schellinger.
Short funeral services weere held at
Martin's oudertaking roomssyester
day Inorning at eleveu over the re-
maints of Hugo Schellinger '99 p.
Pather Kelly, (of St. Thomas church
officiating. The Pharmacy Depart.
ment had heels closed for the morn-
ing out of respect to the deceased
and faculty and classmates asttendedl
ins a btody. A large floral wreath
swas sent by '99 p. class anud another
tributte by the faculty. After the
services by Pather Kelly, a touchitig
adldress was made tby DeaonIPrescott
of the pharmiacy department.
'The funeral cortege moved to the
Anin Arbor depot where (lie remains
were placed ofl the south bound train.
'rTho following classmates served as
plli-bearers: H. C. ltewitt, Philip
Kephart, P. G. Seibert, Carl Metz-
ger, G. O'Brien, and Geo. Riogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Schellinger accom-
puanied (te remaisliotme.
Hutgo Schtellitnger swas to native of
MlishawtakahId., atid 21 years of
age. Previotts to entering the Uti-.
versity with '99.ps., itheadspetttwit
years at St. Jerome College, Bierlin,
Canadtsa. Mr. Schtellinger seas held
in htight esteeti by itis clastmates attd
seas ttt eartiest tatd ciptable stutenett.
His sdeatht is a particutltarly saod otte
cotting as it slots at tite very titres-
itoldi of graduatiott, atti with thte
tccidentalsdrowtinig of F'red Louis
Brownte, '99, last Sunautty, chtronicles
a daruk woeek in sentior history. Mir.
anid Mis. Schiellinger wsh to thatik

bothl faculty and students for the
sympathy antd many kindnesses
shown dsuring the sickness of their
soil.
Medical Association Meeting.
'Tie regtular mnthly mseetinsg of
the SMedical Association will be held
text Tuesdlay evening. The address
still be given by Dr. Skeel of the
College of Phtysician anisiSulrgeons,
lcocated at Clevelandl, 0. It is tie
siresd thitt ever-y tiemtber of the asso-
ciationt le lpreset. 'Te subject of
the lecture is as ftllotws,-"Puerpe-
ral Enidotectritis,
Sottvenir fans weill be sotldl at the
May Pestival for 25 cettts a ptiece.
LosT-A blttckwtchl fob) with
catteo)chtartt. Pindler retttrtt to 702
S. University .Ave., attd receive re-
tward.,
Gun Club XNotice !
'tere swill be a tmeetittg of (lie Guti
Cltiub, at the Giroutids ot th Siti tate
street, today at 9 o'clock. All
students itnterested art urged to be
ottt whether they have beets iut before
tie not.
Dtr. Gesrge Itebec still address the
Bibile chasses at the Unitarian chutrch
next Sunday noott, onti'he Book of
Job." It goes wtithottt sayitig that
lie swill tnake this stubject vet-y
itnteresting. Not otily memibers of
the Bible classes, buet all oithers swho
matiy care to coite still he welcomte.
)on't Throw Your
alasses no tnatteorwics badly
they are broken. We
kwav swill repair eye-glasses and
,1 spectacles while you wait, tor
lend you atiother pair while
yours are being fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
mntnship and honest prices. Eyes
Kamined free of charge.

Cor. Manoand lHuoon Strtst.
Clapitll.850,000. Sttopltts, $a0,000. 'roasactso
goenoriltbanking business.
R, KEPsPrs. CEGNE~hms, Vticos
FitED . ESR. Cashtero
Th6 flan M~ror Savings Bank
Capital Stock. 60,0000. Suopluts, $110,000.
Rescst.81,100,000.
Orgtnizunderstooho Geneoul nutting Lawt
of thit tet.IReceivetdepotits, tuys soddcolse
exchangoeotteprincipal citisoof tht Unitod
Statest.tDoaftoscashedtiupontprper soidentificaton
Safety sdepoitbts tet
OFIERS:ostChristianoMacktPros.lW.tD.nHarri
man, Vice-Prs.; Liast. E.niscoco, Cashier. M
JttFritzAssistantCasttie.
LAMB &SPENCER,
8 THE.
Fancy Grocers
WVe keep everything usutally kept so as
first-clsos Grocery and liakery. Calt
and see ne.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Tteatttent f o it' , ltaui- ck1t-
in-ads. Etc . aSeccialty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOMS.
J1. It. 'ltROJAO'ietst.Pron. 3125. Stote St.
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
T HE MO D EL of State Street
is Bras &eires
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class work ted courteous treatment
try Goorge and Barry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH IELE nlLLi eto
Calts attended usayo Ngh.l
No. tilt E.LibertyA Stoeet. Rtetiec t33
Fourth vAe, Phtone 129.
SPRINGw
OF '99
MILWAR
TAILOR
STATE ST
Springand Snsmer- Make an
Styles aro is'. Early Selectian.

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