THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
In their respective sizes, in
Plates will be kept by us for our pa-
trons, unless we are request-
ed to return same.
Your Name on Copper Plate and
100 Cards, $1.50.
Every Senior will want them in
sending out their invitations.
HAVE YOU READ
Aylwin,' When Knighthood was
WE HAVE THEM.
SHEEHAN & CO.
STATIONERS AND ENGRAVERS,
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT.
We snake a specialty of laurang thee. Sat-
Isfaction guaranteed. Dropus acardoreriagaus
up by phone.
Student's Laundry flssociatior,
Agts. for Grand Laundry, Detroit.
202 S. State St. New 'Phone, 441
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
my Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. William St.
MORE NEW RIGS
ADDED TO OUR STOCK THIS WEEK.
515 E. LIBERTY STREET.
Attention I Smokers!
10 Rambler Cigars for 5 cents 6 Segaret Cigars for 25 cents
4 Pittsburg Stogies for 5 cents 6 Bill Anthony Cigars for 25 cents,
11 Alfonzo Cigars for : 25 cents 4 Brunswick Cigars for 25 cents
6 Lord Chesterfield Cigars for 25 cents 3 Nat Goodwin Cigars for 25 cents
The above goods have a National reputation and have but few equals in'this market.
Old Number: AE ANST.,
44SO. MAIN ST., DE Nd CO
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
Don't Throw Your
Glasses no matter how badly
they are broken. We
S IAwaty willrepair eye-glasses and
spectacles while you wait, or
lend you another pair while
yours are being fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
manship and honest prices. Eyes
-- 3 examined free of charge.
H. B. Bracewell, '89 l., of Aller-
ton, Ia., is in town the guest of
friends. He is a prominent Lbanker
M. H. Carmody made the principal
address at the Fifth ward cemetary
exercises yesterday and made a very
Rev. Dr. Win. H. P. Faunce,
pastor of Fifth Avenue Baptist
church of New York, has accepted
the long vacant presidency of Brown
Shorty Russell, '98 e., who spent
several days here during the inter-
scholastic meet, has returned to
Lafayette Young, '00, has since
the last edition of Wrinkle, left for
Europe where he intends to spend
the summer in travel.
During their stay here N. W.
Kennedy and W. W. Matteson of
Northwestern were entertained by
the Delta Us. The former was on
the tennis team and the latter third
baseman on the baseball team.
There will be more color in the
1899 Michiganensian than was ever
used before. Besides the bright cover
and tinted camp usviews, there will
be several fancy cuts in color. The
Victors' March will be illusrrated in
The three bicycle men will leave
for Chicago today, so as to have two
days training upon the Ravenswood
track. The men who will represent
us in the Intercollegiate are, Sproat,
Baldwin, and C. C. Wood.
'Varsity vs. Beloit, Regents
Field, 4:10 p. m., today.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave
W. J. BOoTH, PaEs.
W. ARNOLD, tt Vice-pes
J.V. sHEEHAN, 2d Vice-prs
JOHN. C. WALrz, Asst. Casher
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ur anied1863
Caial, 10,0O0. spu sand Proits, 140,00
Transacts a general banking business. Foreign
Ott(aOgt bought and sold. Furnish letters of
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUILE,
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier,
Co. Main and erron Sietts.
Capita, 55,000. Surplus, 0,000. Transaects a
general banking busines.
R, KEsra, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FaED. 11. BELsER. Cashier.
The lonn r0or Savings Bank
Capital stock. SSO,000. Surplus,$150,000.
oganied under the General BankingLaws
of thss State. Receies depsisbuye nd sells
exchange on the principal cities of the Unted
States.Grafts gashed upon peoper identficatio
Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OsecERs Christian Mack Pre.; W. D. arSr
man, Vice-Pre.; Chas. E. hiscock, Cashier; M.
J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
. . THE . .
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Treatment for Pimples, Black-
heads, Etc., a specialty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP asd BATH ROOMS.
J. R. TaoJANowsKn, Prop. 322 s. State St.
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER SHOP if u Esire-
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH IETERLIE, Fneral Dire"eor
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 151 E. Lihry Stret. Residence 50 s
Fourth Ae, Phone 12.
CLOSING OUT MEN'S FURNISHINGS!
On account of the large increase in our Tailoring Business, we have decided to use our entire store for Merchant
Tailoring, and will close out our
ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS
DURING THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
This means that you have now the opportunity to buy any and all of the many articles included in a complete Fur-
nishing Goods Stock at
75 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 29, AT i P. M. AND CONTINUING 30 DAYS,
when what is left of the stock, together with the fixtures, will be sold in a lump so that we will have time to remodel our
store for the Fall Tailoring Trade. We have not waited until the end of the season, but give you this Splendid Oppor-
tunity while our stock is complete.
NECKWEAR-All shapes and styles. Linen Collars and Cuffs (except Cluett and E. & W.-which are contract
Men's Hosiery, Washable Ties, Garters,
Suspenders, Underwear, Golf Hose,
Suit Cases, White Shirts, Belts,
Umbrellas, Fancy Shirts, Collar Buttons,
Canes, Negligee Shirts, Cuff Links.
It will be money in your pocket to buy
what you need at this time.
Store will be closed Monday until 1:00 WA GNER & NC A.. R
p.m. 123 S. MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.