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October 30, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-30

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THE jMNVERSLTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Chocolates FOR
9
9
,Presents.
The last of this week we
shall have Allegretti's,
Chocolates in 2, 3 and 5,
lb. packages. We also,
have Lowney's in all sizes
the same as before.
6o Cents a Pouud. d
CALKINS' - PHARMACY.
The Store
STYLISH DRESSERS
FURNISHINGS
CORRECT FADS
Of all manner of articles that go to
Gmade up a gentlemen's wardrobe
flown for the first time here.
FISK, CLARK & FLAGGS
Complete line of fine neckwear.
"E. & W." COLLARS, Newest Shapes
Barkers Perfect Fitting Collars.
Night Robes 50c to $1.00.
Laundered Shirts, 75c to $1.50.
Bath Robes $2.50 to $3.50.
Fancy Hose 25c to 75c.
Black Hose 12c to 50c.
Mens' Sweaters 40c to $4.00.
Street or Dress Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
Umbrellas 76c to $4.00.
Fine Suspenders 15e to $1.00.
Newest Novelties in
Cuff Links, Shirt Studs,
Collar Buttons, etc.
Xens' Fine Under-
wear 25c up.

W.O W. Wetmore,
106S. Rain St. and 342S. State St.
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
HAS FULL LINES OF NOTE .BOOKS, and
STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
For Forty Years
GOLDEN SCEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expressly 4 Students' Use
"The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection,"
"The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
fiT Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
I.- white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For
sale enly by

DEAN & COMPANY.

214 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Dr. Geo. Torrey, '97 M, is in Chii-
eago.
A. A. Church, 97 M, is practiing in
Lansing.
"The Prodigtd Falter" at the Athens
Theater tonight.
Fred Stanley, '97 L. is practicing in
Topeka, Kansas.
"A Slired Grl" coies to the Athens
Theater Monday night.
Miss Belle 1Otis, '97, who is teaching
at Monroe, spent Sunday in town.
T',, '01 class election will be'held in
University Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 3.
D. B. Woodworth and Wallace Kerr,
'9 L's, are itt partnership in 'hicago.
Bertrand 'Lichtenberger, 96 L, is
practicing his profession at Savannah,
I.
S. L. Tatum. president of the North-
ern Oratorical league, returned yes-
terday.
Isadore IilI, manager of last yea s
track team, is here from Detroit for a
few days.
Professor Knowlton was unable to
meet his classes yesterday on account
of sickness.
Alpha Delta Phi. Beta Theta, Pi and
Phi Kappa Psi held their regular fall
itt1tiations last night.
Prof. A. C. Mclaughlin is engaed
upon a third edition of Cooley's Prin-
ciples of Constitutional Law.
lRev. "McElroy will speak to the Uni-
versity Y. 't. C. A. at Sackett hall to-
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Yoi
are cordially invitedl.
In place of Rev. Eli Fay, A. L. Col-
ton uill give te next lecture on. 'he
t~inily Club course, on "Monday eveit-
ing, (Nov. 1st. Mr. Colton has been for
the last five years special photographer
of the oon, at the Lick Observatory,
and willgive a finely illustrated lee-
hire on his researches.

I 'ter Browne, '97 L, is in the ottice
John W. Beach, '96, is teaching Latin
ii Colorado State University at
Boulder.
"Socrates as a missionary of the
Human Spirit, and Greek dissatisfac-
tion," is the subject of Dr. Wenlh-y's
lecture .to be given in the Presbyterian
hurch next Sunday evening.
The regular Sunday morning meet-
ing of the S. C. A. will be held totmor-
row at Newberry Hall, at 9:15. The
subject will be "Faith." The iecting
will N'e led by Mr. B. C. Goddard.
'The jerseys for members of last
year's track team have arrived, but
will not be given out until the caps
are {here. The yellow "MI" is of the
block pattern and a size smaller than
the baseball.
Last Thursday. Friday and Saturday
there was an unexpeeted reunion of
old U. of X1. students at Ishpec.ing,
at the Teachers' Institute for the Up-
per Penimssla. .Somte of those preslit
were '. Ht. Cooper. '97, Sara S.
Browne, '97 ,Dick -Ewing, '93, Herman
Krogmann, '94, Mabel Bosworth, '97.
Nellie Walters, 97, and Georgien Mog-
ford, '9(.
Set No. 2-'99 L.
Another faction of the '99 lawc lass
met yesterday and elected class o1i-
eers. This makes two full sets and the
natter will be decided by the faculty.
those elected yesterday were: Hogg;
president; Wittenmeyer, first vice pres-
ident; Fenton. second vice president;
Lambert, third vice president; Wood,
secretairy; Dillon, ti-easurer; Sauer,
door-keeper; Teigler, assistaotidoor-
keeper.
Collars 1 cent, cuffs 3 cents, shirts,
8 cents at Miller's Laundry. Work
guaranteed. Wim. B. Fox, Agent, 427
Maynard st. 28

W. J. Boom. Pres. W. ARNOLD,1st Vice-pres
J. V. SnnEEAN, 2d Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALZ, Asst. Cashier.
State - Savin - Bank.
Transacts a general1Banking busi-
THE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital Sot, 50,00. Surplus, 9150,it0.
esources, 1,155,000,
Organized under the General Banking Laws
ofti MSae eceves deposits, bys and
ss exchange othe principal cties of the
United Statens. Drafts cashed upon proper
Idetificatton. Safety dpot boxes to rent.
OFItERStCt hrstian Mach Pes WID
Harriman Vitce-Prs:(tan E". isfofk,
Cashier l. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL oBANK aninsbs
(apital, 5100,0. Surplus and Profits, M40,000
S Transacts a general baning business.
Foreign echange bought andod. Furnish
totters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vce Pres
S. W. CLARKSON. Casher
Cor Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $30,000. Transact a
general banking business.
R. KamsmPres. C. E. GEnea, Vic-Pres
FREn. H. BELoSx. Cashier.
CALLAGHAN
340 S. STATE STREET
Law Books
P. J. SORHLEEDE.
340 S. STATE STREET
Book Binding-.................25 cents and u
Solid Gold Fountain Pens........1,00 and up.
Waterman and Wirt Pens in stock ane
Penn Repaired.
Wholesale and Retail Paper. 3% lbs, of Lin-
en Paper for0c.
A RED - HOT LINE
-AT-
WM. ARNOLO, Le"din
HANGSTERFER'S
N ICE CREAM SODA 31
S Most Excellent
T T
B Choolates A
R Hot Soda. T
Bj S
CrfORIHid WASHI801 sS T.
@ MUSICAL ! @
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin, Banj
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Cos.
Store to arrange for hours, : t :
Holmes Livery
Stable!
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
FlE ! I During the past ten
FIRE I years the Toledo
Laundry Co. havekenthoir atom..

Shi
Mi

ens' Fancy Front
rts 50c.
AC K & CO.

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A BIG STICK OF LICORICE For that cold ers goods insured against fire, a fact
that is appreciated by their patrons*
--AT- Best of work and Prompt Delivery.
Branch Office 123 South Main St.,
N umm erv's r Store No.123E Washington St Ann Arbor, Mich

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