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November 10, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-10

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THE UMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
W J. Boo
The Store Non Irritant... .J
Soft and pleasant to the StaIo
skin, perfect fitting,
health giving, service- Trans
able and as near perfec-
tion as UNDERWEAR THE A
can be made. . . . Capita
GOODBPEBED'Srgansz
MAIN STIIEET. sells ech
United S
idetifica
OFFICE
-. 5Harriman
SFree 9 Thursday, asher:I
t Friday FIRSTN
A Chrysanthemum! ' capital,
A Saturday. Tras
Foreign e
letters of
IT'S WHAT YOU WANT FOR THE DETROIT GAME. E. D. KIN
With every purchase of 25 cents or over we will give a coupon etitleing holder to a S
'Large Yellow Chrysanthemum" Saturday morning at our store. Any purchase made
Thursday, Frid ay or Saturday. is included in this offer.
Popular Priced PILLLINERY. See the CANES we have to raerAG & Oal
-..- -- - for the Detroit occasion. WA N R O ,
Furnishersf- - 123 S. Main St, C
Capital, $5
_________ Lamps Expressly . Students' Use R.KMPF
Our Own Designs. "The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection," . I.
Trimmed with Plumes, Birds Quills, "The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
Coque and Fancy Feathers-will be $1.00 to $2.50 each.
sold this Week at $1.50 to $5.00. Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure all
OIL white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv- Wall
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For Shad
HATS TRIMMED TO ORDER ! sale onlyby Specialt
Your own ideas preserved in Artis- DEA N & COM PA NY. paainging
tic style and arraignment. 214 South Main Street. employe
UNIVERSITY NOTES. of sugar analysis have the experitence C A
BEAUTIFUL MODEL HATS ""of sr"gt"-"ork" i""it"itose ll u
Cshe membership tee to the Hiarvard j instruction.
Copedyfromgarsmodelsin large Athletic Association is $5 for the Representative Cole's football bill FJ
variety-Selling cheap this week. uhisllg'cusefsryer. llslitm iiailoiiegiisof..
w hole college course of four ,years. prohibiting match or prize games of
The tie between '00 and '01 was not ootbll or games of footsall withi ad- B4
nrn~n~mmrII played oilfyeterduiy afternoites ss laisieionfees in Georgia cami' p in tiicBSol idl
annoiuced. No date has yet been House Monday with a favorable re- Waterm
named. port from the General Judiciary co0m1 Wholesale
On these dark November afternoons mittee, with an amendment strikig
the laboraotories ei fee campus ir' out "games of like character." This
lighted by the hope of electric con- was adopted and the bill passed wih Chafing
nections in the near future. out discussion by a vote of 91 to 35.
The Engineering Society meets this Our Ne
week on Friday evening. C. G. Wrent- THANKSGING DAY AT GRANG-
more will address the meeting on "A ER'S. WV=
Problem in Gearing." This subject The annual Thanksgiving Day after-
will becpnal lleetn Ot oison dancing -party will ake place at M/
e ecialaiinteresting to those Cran aer's Acadeiny as usual at atoM
6 o'clock. All students and friends
Plans are on foot to iterest those
are invited to attend. The advanced PIA
Shoes For Ladies. . mne bers of the alumni who have at class in dancing will meet Saturday
anytine been on tie athletic board il evenings after Thanksgiving Day. Sin- AND
Wright, Peters & Co., of Roches- the establishment of a trophy room. gle evening, 50 cents per couple; term CON(
ter, Fine Footwear in all the lead- Mr. Jas. H. Prentiss, of Chicago, is the of 1e weeks $5. Classes for beginners
ing styles andlasturns. Prices prime mover in this new departure. noy 1ween for the reception of is
an un.Prcsnwopen rtereeto fpupils.
-$2.50 to $5.oo Dr. Charles Molir, the botanist, of Granger's School of Dancing. IC From St
See our $3.00 Calf Boot. a splen- Stobile, Alabama, visited the botanicalF
did Shoe for school wear. laboratory and the museum of pharm- NOBY DRESSERS ATTENTION.
acognosy a few days ago. fie is en- Mr. A. E. Rose, of the Rose Tailor- 312 SO
gaged by the geological survey in the ing Co., Detroit, will display a choice
Rubbers For Ladies. . . publication of a report upon the south- line of Imported Novelties in Suitings, Me
ern pines. Overcoatings and Trouserings at the
Goodyear glove fitting Rubber to A regular meeting of the Philological Cook House, Wednesday and Thurs- and ulits
fit all style toes. Prices Society will be held at 7:30 this even- day, Nov. 10 and 11. Mr. Rose has School of
-25C to $1.00 g in Room anul election made a large percentage of the Stu- a teacher
of officers takes place and a full at- dents' work during the past eight
. F dtendance is desired. The paper will be years, and guarantees style, work and
iartors for Ladies. . . by Prof. John C. Rolfe and will treat fit. Suit or overcoat to order $20 up.HOL
of "The Thesausus Work at Munich." All are invited. N. B. Free! Free! A
All styles, from 7 Button Gaitor Sugar beets have been on hand for solid leather dress suit case with every
to the High Leggin. Prices ii the chemical laboratory$25 order or over. 36 50
-25C to $1.25 analysis Inhehemcalaoraor
since October 1st, quite large lots hav- FOR RENT-A desirable suite of Central lI
ing been received from time to tme, front rooms, modern conveniences at
Shoe Department first floor. The few students making a specialty 427 Thompson st. TRY TH]
tdeirflower' Toilet Soap @ @
10 Cents a Cake, 25 Cents a Box, at
AnT SAVE
a M m m rv' D up:St reNo, 2 E. Washingon St yow'n
IYAC K & CO. Mummery's Drums Store Cor. Fourth ave. a 2 o

sTH, Pres. W. ARNoD, st VieS-pres
V. SEERAN, 2d Vice-pres.
ON C. WAL, Asst. Cashier.
- Savin S - Bank.
acts a general Banking busi-
IN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
dStock,510,000. Surplus, 150,000.
Resources, 1,100000.
ed under the General Banking Laws
tate. Receives deposits, buys and
ange on the principal cities of the
tates. Drafts cashed upon proper
tion. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
s: Christian Slack Pres.; W. D.
Q Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hliscock,
S.. . Fritz Assistant Cashier.
ATfllDlIKof An Aror
NATIONAL BANKOrganized iC03
00.000. Surplus and Prfits, 0010
ts a general banking business.
txchange bought andsold. Furnish
credit.
iNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
a. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
RM &]ffrhRaiM #1RAi
or. lain and Huron Streets.
50,000. Surplus, .30,000. Transact a
general ianking business.
Pres. C. E.CREEN,Vice-Pres
leuE. 11. Sosno Cahier.
MAJOR & CO.,
The Artisticdeorators
complete line of
Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
es, Room Mouldings, Etc.
y of fine interior decorating,
frescoing, tinting and paper
Only the host of workmen
d. Work guaranteed.
MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator,
SOHLEEDE.
0 S. STATE STREET
ling ....... a.. ..5cns and p
Foutain Pens.. 1.00 and up.
an and Wirt Pens in stock and
Pens Repaired.
and Retail Paper. 3%,abs, of Lin-
en Paper for 50c.
FREE?
Dish Recipe Book I
ASK FOR ONE.
w Chafing Dishes are here.
. 2r0ld. . ELER.
sic Studio
NO, PIPE ORGAN
COMPOSITION.
CERT PIANO TUNING
R. H. KEXPF,
uttgar.t Conservatory,
Germany.
UTH DIVISION STREET
MUSICAL ! o
pie, teacher of Mandolin, Banjo
ar. Instructor inthe University
Music. 18 years experience as
. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
rrange for hours,
IES' LIVERY
STABLE,
E. Liberty St.
ocation. Good Service
E .
Toledo
Steam
Laundry
20 PI CENT o what you are
or aiundry work. Leave orders

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