THE UIVMERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic dechorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldngs, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of wyrkinen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator,
Do you ant tosaveu 20per cent of wat you
are paying for Launday work.
2a South Main Street 1 old number.
i23 South Main Street new number
......and get price List of......
Toledo Laundry Co.,
Best Work. Prompt Delivery.
We have greatly enlarged this de-
partment of The Store giving it a
prominent and convenient section
the first floor next to the entrance.
This section now contains all kinds
of furnishings, such as you look for
among first-class haberdashers.
Men's best Ottomenhler Carola
Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Silver
Mounted, 28 inch size, $1.50.
Men's Gloria, Steel Rod, 28 inch
Umbrellas here at 85c.
MEN'S FINE NECKWEAR.
FISK, CLARtK & FLAGGS.
Complete line shown for the first
time in this city.
Correct Shapes and Style.
"E. & W." COLLASS, Newest Saapes.
4 Ply, All Linen Collars, best
Styles, selling at 2 for 25c.
Men's Finest Dress Shirts, open
front and back, the $1.50 kind, at
Men,s Best Made Unlaundried
Shirts, all linen front, continuous
facings, reinforced at every point,
Wamsutta Cotton, short and long
front, at 50c.
New Color Combianations, the
-medium price and the handsomest
designs shown, at from 50c to $2.00.
Golf Tops, All Colors, 50c.
A Superb Line-Rolling Collars,
Turtle Neck, Small Collars, Plain
and Fancy Colors in Wool and
Worsteds, $1.00 and up.
MACK & CO.
"HAWES "URAIN STREET.
U" I Fanc.y Shirts
FANCY SHIRT to displace the Sweater.
Thisin the verdict foetee com season.
1 'r~AIan vew of tit fact se lave made heavy
purchases of the most unique and nobby
colorin neand patterns from the eastern mar-
ket. They are now open for your inspection.
I Wag.ner & Co.,
123 S Main St., - Ann Arbor.
L amps Expressy .a 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.
Every stude nt should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
owL white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at lOc per gallon. For
sale only by
ARE THE BEST.
Watch This Space.
DBAN & COIMPANY.l
214 South Main Street.
Dr. F. (l. Novy spent the suimer in
The football squad will roon at N.
'Prof. A. A. Stanley toured IuR;i:&me
dIuring the suimer.
'T'he football mass ineeting will be
meld Friday evening, Oct. S.
According to present insications
Wrinkle will not be published this
Ralph Mason, '97, is teaeoing iii iit
district school ninei iles east -f Ypsi-
The athletic board will meet tonight
in Room 9. A full attendance is de-
H. Helfinan, '98, will be the local
correspondent of the Detroit Journal
Instructor Farrah, of the law de-
partment, has removed from Battle
Creek to 48 E. Ann st.
The Hobart Guild of St. Andrew s
Episcopal church received last eveniag
at Harris Hail and will also be at
home there tonight and tomorrow
. Assistant Professor Reboc, of the de-'
partment of philosophy, has an offer
of the chair of philosophy at the Unl-
versity of Colorado. He will probably
"lount" Villa and "Tomnlmie" Drun-
heller have gone to the Klondike.
Up to the present time about 173
lockers have been checked oft' at the
Rumor has it that Kausas City, 31o.,
will send eighteen students to the Uni-
versity this year.
The Michiganensian will soon nake
announcements of its prizes to be of-
fered for literary matter.
F. !. Loomis, 98, has been appoint-
ed instructor in a1d general mnaslger
of the laboratory of baet:rielogy in
the newv Grand Rapids Medical Col-
G. B. Harrison, formerly ianiaging
editor of the Daily, is running an
eight-page weekly in Topeka, Kans ts.
The first three numbers are exceeding-
The University of Wisconsin . as
dropped out of the Central Debating
League, and Minnesota and Cornell
have made application to fill the va-
cancy. Wisconsin has also been drop-
ped from the Northern Oratorical
League for failing to pay her dues.
O. H. 'Hans, of the Daily, and A. A.
Campbell have resigned their positions
as desk attendants in the general li-
brary. The places will be filled by C.
D. Oary, '98, and t. P. McMaster, '98,
who were appointed substitutes last
, , STATE STEET
F. J. SCHLBEDE,
340 South State Street.
neat Binding- --........25 cents and op
solid Gold Fountain Pens........$100 and up,
Waterman and Wirt Pens in stock and
Wholesale and Retail Paper, 3hlbs, of Lin-
en Paper for 5Oc.
N ICE CREAM SODA 316
a Most Excellent
E Chocolates A
F Soda. E
R N fUHTH and WASHINGTON STS T
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Line of New Pipes!I
Hot and Cold Lunthes at all hours. Agents
for Huyler's and Williams and Werners Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bons.
R. B, JOLLY & CO.
20 S. State St., Sager Block.
ANTON TEUFE L,
Trunks, Valises. Dress Suit Cases, and
Trunks and Valises repaired neatly and
cheaply. No. 307S. Main Street.
TUESDAY, OCT. 5
PRICES-35c, 50c, 75c and $t.O
.r w-.-JEWELRY STOREI
U. of M. Buttons and
All Student's Supplies
Mummery's Drum store No.1 E washlngtun S