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November 03, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-03

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THE UNIV~ERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Store

Non irritant...
Soft and pleasant to the
skin, perfect fitting,
health giving, service-
able and as near perfec-
tion as UNDERWEAR
can he made...
GOOOD SPEED'S.
MAIN STRtEET.

W. J. BOsO, Pres. W. A~ssRNOL, 1st Vice-prets
J. V. SHEEHA, 2d Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALZ, Asst. Cashier.
Stae Saitqs- Bank.
Tnes s general :Banking busi-
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus. $150,t00.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organized under the Geeral Banking Law.
of this State. Receives deposits, boys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Draf to cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit hoxes to rest.
OrFICEoS: Christiano slack Pres.; W. D
Harriman, Vice-Pres. Chas E. Biscock,
Cashier: M. J1. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
KIM NTARTflLAI DA1JV ?fAnArbor

_ YGRAND THURSDAY UDIIMIUM ~Iorganzeo1863
FRIDAY Capital, $105,555. OSrplus and Prots, $40,00
NECKWEAR FATRIDAY Transacts a general banking business.
SATUDAYForeign exchange bought andosold. Furnish
PARISIANletters of credit.
i ANVLNOVEMBER 4, 5, 6. Ea. D. KINNE, Pree. HARRISON SOULE,
DECICEDLY DESIRABLE DESIGxNS S. W. CLARSISON. Cashier
In all shapes and colorings will be arranged and displayed at our store
Popular Priced IIILLLINERY. during these three days. A glimpse at our window will load yen to 7K' ,irm f~ fhaflWsIR
" further investigation.
-m -l We sell the " highest possible grade Wilbur" Collars. Cor. Alileasd luonstrtst.
EU Capital, $50,000. Sosplus, X30,010. Veansact a
U!t~ AGE & C0., 123 South Main Street., R general bsskisttcscs
WAGNER.Lesser, Pres. C0,. R Cocca, Vice-Pres
U ________________________________________ FPEt. 1.Stc'Io Cashier.
Our Own IDesigns. La p E p es l -Sud n s' Use C. ff. MAJOR & CO.,
Trizoliledl withs Pluiimis, Birds QuillsL m sE p e ly id 1 The Artistic~deeratorsO
Cotque aiid Fancy ]leathsers-will be rThe Rochester,""'rhe Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection," Hv oilt ieo
sod hi ee a $.o o 5"0The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price' from Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
- ------ -- $1.00 to $2.50 each. SaeRo oligEc
HAT TRMME TOOROR ! OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure Specialty of fine interior idecorating,
1 RDRwhite light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv- painting, frescoing, tiinting and paper
Your owvn ldcas preserved in Artis- trod in any part of the city in our cans at i0c per gallon. For hanging. Only the hrst of workmen
ticstl and arraignment. I employed. Work guaraniteed.
style ale cly by DE.A.N & COMtIPANom. . U. MAJOR. & CO.,
BEAUTIFUL MODEL HATS ! 214 South Main Street.ThAritcDeoar,
Copied from Paris models in large UNIVERSITY NOTES. MonidayO. Ile is now studing; i1,1wis
variety-Selling cheap this week. - lie Dtroiit Lass School. RF. J. SCI..EEDE."
is leoionos'irsis Rol'lo 1f. Sicishic, es-1,i 1-no111w5rte' 140 5. STATE STREET
SHiiOeEOl .,DEPAl'RTMENTiosI'iibsil ciif 'l Solid Gold Foontain lots......1.00 asd up.
i BeoiE .'2.o ~ el :6 I 5n) 1o hs 'tl ilile o i:I Wsatermn andassWirt Pesain stack ad
HO DEPRTM NT ic Oiiiing ii. lla 1 o.ithu.ennci'bi rrds ilelo Reek S-adin..pare.ILensad
iii 111 II., n lisbleisoiiiissi'ilgililor. lli 15 51 / WOso esait and Retail Paper. I/s lbs. of Lin
J.f-,,, lietensnisornriamntlill o elion for theieaosr sill ise iii iiietoPaper for Soc.
issssiO11in055 wsCe hundred amid iiint icil 11^111 -1STEINS!I
x.l n~iisi 11 InUtlCarevoix, Bichi. othe Oratoricasi Asssociationi yiuA. RED -HOT LINE
1Yrol .Ciraig is sit work prepa~rinig Iwo 'day. AT-
-nsew sciitisciil to for 1l isli tziti. s Imofesso r e .cc busly silli. IA N 1Ledn
C.\) h.IChu(11111, ltrack iasisgir, ofieshmuen who have ftaidt ell11ers11I111Jeweler
iniNorls Daskota orming on i sns. 11111'pay liseir dues. BortthInthe 111di
- Pul Tosnoss o Ile Isso' eliil Iilesuai num siiober are reiottdrlelstilltti iidSti i
" - J'r. antIo lirs. fIthe razyN.pirictiii'sn

Shoes For Ladies.. .
Wright, Peters & Co., Fuste Foot-
wear in all lhs leading styles and
lasts in Wells. Prices
-$2.50 to $5.00
See our $3.00 Calf Book. a splen-
did Shoe for school wear.
Rubbers For Ladies.. .
Goodyear glove fitting Rubber to
fit all style toes. Prices
-25C to $1.00
flaifors For Ladies...
All styles from 7 Buttons to the
Highs Leggins. Prices
-25C to $1.25
-Shoe Department first floor.
MAC K& CO.

hsas a book ini press oil Bills and
Notes.
Miss B. IL. Bastchselder, '96l, h2120
possiiion in the Ironosood ki-gisSchool,
in the Upper Peiiinsuila.
Frederick C. Newconsbe, B. S., Ph.
D., assistant professor of botany, ba~s
.becin made junior professor.
tDr. Tafl, dean of the dentaol depasrt-
iiienl, -returned to college from lei
homiie in Cincinnati yesterday.
'Ninety-nine lills who ist ud to entler
the pronouncxng contest sihould scud
their isaine s toG. F. Paul, 91.5 Packard
si.
Mianager IWard tHugihes wao iu Do.
cr1111 yestertday niakinig arrssugeiicits
for the Mtichigans-Minnesota garde on
the i13ih.
Tuesosphomuore class of the homueo-
piathic department will elect officers
titis iorniug at 11 o'clock in the home-
epatice.lecture rooiu. 0
Fred Mt. Butzel, '97, was in down
visiting his brother from S~aturdaiy to

have beein speinding itic past foe' days
in Ann Arbor. M-r. Dickmn 1011
ntaed here in '0(2 and is a l111Ilblr of
thue Psi Upsilsin fraternity.
H. Danforth, mlaniager of lie Freslh-
inans Glee Clusb, 'wishies it tunuoinced
tisat imore candidates are ieeded for
the club. A meetinsg iii be hseld
Thursday in 1R0011 C, at 4 p. nm.
\ iss Rinie Merrill Whiite, who grad-.
uated from the School of Mtusic in '16
aind astisted Prof. Alberto Tonas in
the pianoforte departmoent last year,
is now' director of the Schosol of Music
of Add-Rlan University, Waco, Texass.
The Slate Board of 'Pharmnacy o1
Rhode Island hsas hlad it ' inmiud for
nsore than a year to establishs a lSae
School of Pharmacy where those de-
siring ts register as pharmacists nmay
prepare to do oo without going ot of
the slate. It has been rtimored lhst
the school will be founded in connec-
tion with Brown University.

PIANO, PIPE ORGAN
AND COMPOSITION.
CONCERT PIANO TUNING
R. H. KEMPF,,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET.
Q@0MUSICAL ! 0
Mel Gilliespie, leacher of Msandolin, Bianjs
and Collar. Instructor la the University
School of Music. 18 years experiencz as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor tinc C's.
Store to arrange for hours..
Holmes Livery
Stable!
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TtY TIlE.
Toledo '
* Steam
Laundry
And SAVE so PER CENT en what you arz
now payingfone laundry work. Leave ardors
at 12 South Main Street.

A BIG STICK OF LICORICE For that cold
-AT-
Mummery's Dru a Store N Cor.Fortonve.

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