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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 be deceived by fake signs
and advertisements offering the Wat-
erman Pen from $1.00 up, as there is
no Waterman Pen made at that price.
We have the so-called Waterman
Pen, which is extensively advertised
and which leads the unsuspecting
public to believe that they are getting
the Waterman Ideal at this remarka-
bly low price. At any time prospect-
ive pen buyers have a few moments
leisure we will gladly show them the
swindle that is being perpetrated
upon the public.
SH[[fHfl & GO.,
University Booksellers, Stationers,
and Engravers,
320 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
$z
James Whitcomb
Riley
IN THE
S. L. A. COURSE
AT THE
Methodist Church
ON
Friday, Oct. 21,
AT 8 P. M.,.
Assisted by Local Musical Talent.
ADMISSION, 75 CTS.
If you get a SEASON TICET you
can hear him for 20 cts.
On Sale at Wilder's.

CORRECT MODERATE
STYLES PRICES
The most complete line of us-to-date Men's Furnishing in the city, is at
D. A. TINKER & SON 334 S. State St.
dealers in Hats, Caps, Fine Neckwear, E. & W. and Cluett's Collars and Cuffps,
Fancy and White Shirts, Night Robes, Pajamas, Bath Robes, Gym Suits and
Shoes, Laboratory Suits and Aprons, Underwear. Hosiery, Jewelry, Umbrel-
ins. Men's O 0othes to order at low prhes, fit, ality and style gsarsnteed.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF SWEATERS

AGENCY FOR THE
CELEBRATED
LONGLEY $3 HAT

T So/J~ElT TIJ]EGr ]SE 7]~ T
A A
L we have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an up-to date turn out, and so L
have added to our stockof flue horses and carriages, a TALLY-HO, which seats
L fortenperornCotaching parties will now he i order. Secure a date fnr the L
y Tally-Ho. Call up y
H HOLMES LIVERY H
o Telephone 106 515 EAST LIBERTY ST. o
LAMPS F STUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester," "The
Yale," " The Royal,'" The Berlin Student Lamp," " The Perfection Student
Lamp" If you want the best Lamp for the Least Moiney come and see us.
Old Number:
44NSO. MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR,, MICH.A0

Democratic Club Elects Officers.
The U. of M. Democratic Club
met in Newberry Hall on Saturday
and elected the following officers:
President, Thomas Dooling; vice-
president, C. E. Barthell; secretary,
Z. W. Sweet; treasurer, C. L. CoUrt-
wright; executive committee, C. D.
Landis, F. H. Bovers, and J. S.
McElligott. A committee was ap-
pointed to draft a new constitution.
Steps wiil be taken looking to the
securing of transportation for Demo-
cratic students who desire to go home
to vote in the congressional election.
'99 Medics Choose Oftficers.
The following officers were elected
at the meeting of the senior medics
Saturday afternoon:
President, F. T. Wright, of Jack-
son; vice-president, Miss Hallie
Laura Ewing, of Louisville, Ky.;
secretary, R. A. White, of Clark's
Lake; treasurer, Miss 1". E. Allen,
of Rochester, N, Y.; poetess, Miss
Felicie Von Autenreid, of New York;
orator, W. S. Durand, of Champion;
historian, Cabot Lull, Jr., of Pontiac,
prophet, R. S. Freund, of Butte,
Mont.
Howard P. Treadway '98 E., is
superintendent of schools at Globe,
Aria., with a $1,500 salary.
Entrance Phtjsics.
A class in preparatory physics will
be formed and meet for the first
time Monday, Oct. 17th, at 3:15 p.
m., in the lecture room of the Phys-
ical Laboratory.
K. E. GUTHE.

Q Miss Mary E. Young, '98, is per-
ceptress of the Ypsilanti High School.
FoR SALE CHEAP-A large size
Bay State Guitar; little used. Call
811 E. Huron St. 20
Candidates for sophomore team
meet on campus, near Gym, daily at
4 p. . H. L. BEGLE, Capt.
Try the Portland Cafe for board,
first-class, and only $3.00 per week.
Meals and lunches at all hours. Open
day and night.
Reserve seats for the S. L. A.
course will be on sale Oct. 20, 9 a.
m., at Wilder's on State St. and
Goodyear's on Main St. Price 50 cts.
The Inter Ocean, leading Chicago
daily, is handled by F. Stoffiet,
Opera House News Depot. Trial
subscription, daily only, delivered at
noon, $1.50 for 3 mos., payable in
advance.
LosT.-Last Wednesday evening,
between Fire Engine Hounse, on Hu-
ron St., and Geddes Ave., a purse
containing $50. Finder will receive
a liberal reward for return of same
to 1333 Wilmot St. 20
The Goodyear Drug Co. wishes to
impress upon every student the fact
that they carry the largest line of
students Supplies and also that they
are NEVER UNDERSOLD.
20 m.-6 w.
Bureau of Law, Washington, D.
C. Information pertaining -to the
Laws of the United States, of the
several states and territories of, the
United States, of Foreign Countries
furnished upon application.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Has received a new and serviceable
line at Goods fue
TROUSERING.
Jest of Workmanship.
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave.
W.J.Boon, PamSs.T
W. ARNOD, 1st vice-pres
Jn. C. WnnesT, AsnitCashee
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK oeguniesdts
Capital, 100,00. Surplus and Profits, d40,000
Treansacts a geneeal aning bsineses. Feign
exchange hught and sad. Furnish letters at
cedit.
E. iD.KINNE,Pres. HARRISON SOUL,
Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier,
nnrl~m$1lkrhrniiM!5rni
Cor. Main andHuron Streets.
Capital, $50,00. Surplus, $30,000. Transacts a
geneal bankinggbusines
R, KEmPrFes. CEnaGRE EN, Vice-Pres
FRED. H. BELsEn, Cashier.
The 1011 1IMor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $s0,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, s,1a,00.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of thiseState, Reeieesdepoet, hauye ansell
echasgeaon the principal citieaoa the United
Sates tiera cashedupoan proper identification.
Safety deposit boas to rent.
OFFmcEs: ChristianMackPres.;W. D.uarri-
man, vice-Pres. Chas. E. Riscoe, Cashier; M.
J.Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
THE..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
fist-clsu.Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
STUDENTS' LAUNDRY
ASSOCIATION.
WM. VOUGHT-WM. It. FOX,
AGENTS FOR
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
OF DETROIT.
The best high grade landy n the State. The
only machine domestic finish in the west.
Glve fnish als gen. All work promptly,
neatly and caefully done.
The Excelsior Laundry Co.,
OF KALAMAZOO.
Collars..........................1 Cent
Cuffs...........................
Shirts........ ................8
Either finish. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
as a trial
Office 202 S. State st. Residencef6L0 Lawrence st.
New State Phone. 441.
W.MI WARg
STATE ST.
- -,-ANN AROR

a "l ld 1O l
Do you know what a
Full Pique Kid Glove is? Most of the gloves sold as Pique
sewed are what is known to the trade as half Pique. Until
this season we have been unable to buy Full Pique Men's Kid
Gloves to sell at $i.oo. But we have them now. You just
think
Men's Full Pique Kid Cloves, Imported Stock, adse ;$100
123 S. MAIN ST. WAGNER & CO.

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