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October 14, 1898 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WATERMAN'S
IDEAL
FOUNTAIN
PEN
MAKES ITS MARK'
All around the world.
Every One Warranted for
Five Years.
Don't lbe deceivedl by fake signs
and advertisements offering the Wat-
ernman Pen front $1.00 up, as there is
no Waterman Pen made at that price.
We have the socalled Waterman
Pen, which is extensively advertised
and which leads the unsuspectig
public to believe that they are getting
the Watermans Ideal at tis remsarka
bly low price. At aty te prospect-
tve petsbyers have a fewv momenets
leisure we will glaly sow theit the
swindle that ia being perpetrated
upon the public.
SfltfifN S& 60.,
University Booksellers, Stationers,
and Engravers,
320 S. State St., AimArbor, Mih.
S.L A.
(Students' Lecture Association.)
Tickets for the entire course are
now ott sale at W ilder's, on State St.,
and at Goodyear's, on Main St., or
they may be had frott studett solic
itors. The price is only $2.00.
Think of hearing
RILEY
For 20 cta,,
BOURKECOOGKRAN
For 20 ct.,
INNES' BAND
For 20 cta., or
"IAN MACLAREN"
For 20 cta,
James Whitcomeb Riley will open
the course Oct. 21. The other dates
will soon e made public. Watch the
Bulletin Boards.
S LA.

CORRECT MODERATE
STYLES PRICES
Theinost complteelins sf sn-to-date Men 5's rnisgtsnte'citby, ts at
D. A. TINKER & SONI, 3321 S. State St.
deas n laIts, Cans, Fins Neckwear, F.& W. and Cuetti tCotlarsans~d SC,
1anc~y and svhite Shirts, Night Robe'.,IPajama',Blats Robes, GymSuitstbn ad
Sthoes, Laboratosy Ssits and Aprons, Underwear. Hosiery, Jnws toy, Umibret-
las en's ltotes toodsr at low pus es, St, is altyt and styte guarasnes.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
TJ1 I Ls O T ,
ussreceived a new ail servicealie
lineoftGoods o
TROU SERING.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF SWEATERS

AGENCY FOR THE Bestof Workmanships.
CELEBRATED aoF~ ahnta5. os4hAs
LONGLEY $3 HAT 214_ast___________t.,near5thAve

A a
base added tossour asatSsf inehorses sisd carriages, a rTALLY-RO, wich seals
L tosatlrn persosn ssaehing tiesuwnillnow be noder.Seura datesfosrthe L
y Tally-Ho. Calt ap y
H HOLMES LIVERY H
O Telephone 106. 515 EAST LIBERTY ST. 0
LAMPS S TUJD E NTS
We call sttentiotn to our complete line of ('enter Draft Nickel Plated Lanmps,
ranging in price front 75e to $2.50 each. 'These Lantps are of the latest and
msost improved patterns and makes. Including "'rise'New Roshester," '"T'he
Yale," "The Royal," " The Bertin StuslettLamp,"'"The 1 ertection Student
Latmp" If you want the best Lamp f:.r the Leo t alssiepy come and ire us
Old Number:S0 9
44 SO. MAIN ST., DEA N& O
ANN ARBOR, MICH
Candidaites for sophomoretiteaIss i T'he Enintter's society still ineet
tueet on camspuss, near Gynas, daily it Issnight, in the Enigitseerinsg Hail, ar
4 p. its. H. L. BEGLE, Capt. So'ocek.

0. K. Atwood was elected csiptaitn
of the 1900 football team yesterday
f ternootn.
Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, dean of these
Honseopatic Meslical Departmnts,
still speak itt Newbierry Hall, Sun-
slay miorniitg at 9:15.
Arthur J. Bleazbsy, '99, was elEect
ed presidetnt of the Anti Sailson
League, at the tueetitig Wednesday
msorning.
Word has been received of the
death uf Clias. Ws. Retmitngton, M. D.,
a sttudenst duritng the early '50s of the
Medical Departmntt of the U. (if M.,
also assistanst surgeotn of the Thir-
teentlh Michigan Vol. Itnf. duritng

Entrance Pinjsice.
A class iii sreparastory physic'sstill
bse formted atnd mieet for tse firt
time Alouday, Oct. 17th, at 3:15 p.
Its., ini the lecture roominof the Phiys-
cal Laboratoty.
K. E. GUTHS.
LOST-Openi-face goulsiwatch istll
part of chain attached. Ittitials F,
F. C. Fitider phease leave at 603 B.
Liberty and receive suitable rewat'd.
18
'rTe Unilversity Schosol of Datncitig
sill give te first rotgr'amtai rty sit
cisc sasoni5 at Grasigers Acaemiey,
Stiturdlay Eve., Oct. 14. You are
cordially invited. 17

W. ANOsi, si viiresi S AT
J. .iV AezdAst.CshierSAVt1INGS~
JOH. . N' ATZ Ast B NK
Transacts a general
Blankitng Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANI(KOIat AiArbor.
Capital, bi00,, (0. Surplu5~sadPrfeits, 140,000
'rescs sgeeraselibankingtbusiness. Foreign
excae ugshitad sold. Furnish letters of
credit.
Ei. 1. KINNE, Prs. HARBISONt SOUL.
S. Wc. CLAIIICSbN, Casier.
('. ai.Sn ad ttisroStreets.
Capistl, 50. sSssipii $3si,000.'ranas-a
geealankiting ttsnss.
Ri, n Pes. C. E.Gus, aVire-Pres.
Theo flfrbor Savinas Uank
Csaitil tocket. S0,00. Susrptisi,$151,000.
Resurces. s51100,i100
Oreganisedsundesrsth e eeralint Lsws
ofthlis State.Beeivisi depsis, ii ts d res
exchasne on thetprincipal citisesiof the United
Stsst, s. Dreftesebased upon Feister identifications.
Stfety deps'sii boxs to ren~t.
OFIR:is,: ChisinttMack.Fes.; W.tD.IHarri-
msa, Vicees.; Ch'tas E. Iliesen, Cishier; M.
J. Fritz,dAsistantCashier.
IAMB & SPENCER,
. THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usuaily kept in a
firrt-ciass Grocery and Blakery. Cal
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
STUDENTS' LAUNDRY
ASSOCIATION.
WIM. VOUGIHIT-W M. It. FOX,
1 HE GRAND LAUNDRY,
OF DETROIT.
The best high grade tiundry ia the State. Ttse
only manssie domsic'sfSnish is the West.
Gloe fsistsalsgissn. Alt curbkpromptoly,
nesaty and careelly dune.
The Excelsior Laundry Co,
OF KALAMAZOO.
Collars .....................1 Cent
Cuffs............................... 3
Shirts................
Either Sinisb. Satifnetion gunsanteed. (ine
usa trial
Offiee 202 S. Slate St. Residencee6t0 Lawrence et.
Nec State Phone. 441.
t ANN 4RBO'2T

the civil war. Bureau of Lasw, Washington, D.
TheIntr cea, eadngChicago C. Informiatioti pertainitng to this
Talis hante edOceaF, headitig Laws of chicUttitesi Sttes, of the
dpay, e i s D ep .F.STiltseveral states andshterritories of te
supsriptonH iyouse ,News vet 1rst ltited States, of Fosreign Coutrties
subcritioi, laiy ttl, dhivreditfurnished tuponi applicatison.
niots, $1.50 for 3 tmos., payable itt_______
advanice. _________ Retteniber the piace where you
jLOST-A blste mackintosh cape. can save motney eta shoe repairinsg.
Leave at Steswards officc or 511 Bill Shoes fixesd to your owti satisfactiont.
St. 1S Shoes tapped, 5ttc. atid60ce. Rubber
General Agency for DetroitClii- heels, 40c. antdl50c. Bring youtr
caoNest York asd Toledo p act'sstock swhen you cotie to thec P. 0.,
at12sgsVi, nS.,Opr Hose to A. Levy, U. of \1. Shoe shop, 217
Nests Depot. N. Main Sc. 1
Try the Portland Cafe for boardl, Reserve seats fsr the S. L. A.
first-class, atnd only $13.00 per week. csorse will be ont sale Oct. 20, 9 a.
Meals and hunches at all hours. Opsenlini., at Wilder's ott State St. and
day and night. Goodyear's sin Maiti St. Price 50 cts.
All O portulhlyDs you know what a
Full Pique Kid Glove in? Most of the gloves sold as Pique
newed are what is known to the trade an hal Pique. '[ttl
thia seaso we have been usable to buy Fall Pique Men's Kid
Cioves to sell at $1.00. But we have thems now. You just
think
Men's Full Pique Kid Cloves, Imported Stock, a~~ 10
12 .MANS.WAGNER 4 CO9

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