THE UMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
The Store W. W. Wetmore,
1065. Xain St. and 342 S. State St
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
HAS FULL LINES OF NOTE BOOKS, and
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
Popular Priced fIILLLINERY.
Our Own Designs.
Trimmed with Plumes, Birds Quills,
Coque and Fancy Feathers-will be
sold this Week at $i.5o to $5.00.
HATS TRIMMED TO ORDER!
Your own ides preserved in Artis-
tic style and at ro ignment.
BEAUTIFUL M-"DEL HATS!
Copied from Paris models in large
variety-Selling cheap this week.
Shoes For Ladies.
Wright, Peters & Co., of Roches-
ter, Fine Footwear in all the lead-
ing styles and lasts in Welts
and Turns. Prices
-$2.50 to $5.00
See our $3.00 Calf Boot. a splen-
did Shoe for school wear.
Rubbers for Ladies.. .
Goodyear glove fitting Rubber to
fit all style toes. Prices
-25c to $i.oo
ialtors For Ladies.. .
All styles, from 7 Button Gaitor
to the High Leggins. Prices
-25C to $1.25
Shoe Department first floor.
M1ACK & COt
For Forty Years
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expressly ,o.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.
OILj Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
OIL white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at lc per gallon. For
sale only by
DEAN & CUIVMF0ANYV.
214 South Main Street.
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Delighted With Americans. Iolder cities. Anii Arbor, with its in-
tellectual atmosphere and few social
Few artists that come to this city demands she considers an ideal hmil e
win their way to the popular favor is for an artist. As she expressed it,
ret"dily" as has iss Elsa vou Grave, "Everybody is here for work-you
the 'new instructress in the pianoforte don't meet people that live just for the
deiartment of the School of Musie-. sake of living."
Her .high talent, her enthusiasm for --
the tiusicat irt as well as tier geiiial
iiind pleasing mniier hivelready wo Nearly One Hundred Entries.
for her a host of friends while aing
the students and lovers of music sii' Last Saturdty evening a gatherin
is everywhere "recognized as a true of those desiring to enter the prelim-
artist and remarkably able teacher. inaries for the Michigan-thicago de-
bate was held in looai M, University
Miss von Graave comes to us froin Hall, a large number 'beingresent.
Germany, being a native of Cologne. The number entered fros the Jeffer.
She received her musical -training un- sonian Society is thirty-two. from the
der Thinlee and Reinberger in the Webster Society twenty-eight, while
Munich Conservatory. After gradua in the literary department the Aliha
ti in 't site was advised by Herr Nit has fifteen representatives, and the
von Bulow, vho was a friend of the Adelphi about a dozen. In all there
family, to adopt music as her life are about one hundred to compete for
work, and shebecame one of his spec- the places ot the team that is to de-
ial pupils. She studied under von Bu- bate with Chicago. Last year there
low until December of '93, wten the were uiout sixty-ive entered, and that
latter's failing health prevented iis was the largest list of entries that had
giving further instruction, ever been received uno to that tine.
In July '94 she came to Connecticut, The pronouncing contest is another
realizing a long-felt desire to visit this event that will soon attract attention.
country. The following fall she was The list of contestants is already very
engaged by Alexander Lambert as in- large. The presiding officer will be
structress in the New York College of Actiiig-President Hutchins, and th
Music. Here she taught three years. Ismard of judges will consist of Prof.
She had already entered !her fourth Mechem, Rev. J. N. Gelston and some
year's instrtction when ste was asked tiember of the faculty from the liter-
iby 'Alberto Jonas to come to Ann Ar- ary departiment. The prize is a Web-
bur, and desiring to see more of the ster's International Dictionary, an ob-
country, she accepted the imvitation. jest well worth the competition. The
Miss von Graave expressed herself last pronouncing contest, held two
to a Daily reporter as delighted with years ago, was won by a ineitiber of
America and Americans. Althougil the law department, and not from the
they may not always ulnderstand mu literary as previously annoinced.
sic she has found Atnericans, as a rule,
atways appreciative. She is especially FOR RENT-A very desirable suite
pleased with the west. She finds peo- of front rooms with stationary bowl,
ple here so much more cordial than in hot and cold water. Hot water heat-
the east. They are as yet unfettered itg and all modern conveniences, Ic
by the conventional formalities of the quire 439 S. Division.
W. J. BOOTH. Pres. W. ARNOLD,1st Vice-pres
J. V. SnExuA, 2d Vice-pres.
ioHNs0C WAtz, Ast. C-shier.
State,- Savivs - Bad,
Transacts a general Banking busi-
THE AN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, 150,000.
Organied under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upn proper
identiflcation. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
Orres:st Christiane ack Pres.- W. D
Harriman Vice-Pres; -Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: R. J, Frits Assistapt Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK:gan i' il
Capital, 6100,000. Surplus and Profts, 540,050
Transacts a general banking business.
[foreign exchange bught andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
fir trni ik
Cor. ain and Huron Streete.
Capital, o50,00. Surplus, 30,000. Transact a
generai banking business.
R. KEmpr, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres
FuRn. H. BELSER Cashier.
C. O. MAJOR & C0.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. M. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator.
F. J. SCHLEEDB.
340 S. STATE STREET
Hook Binding ..- 5 cents and up
Solid Gold Fountain Pess--5.. 1.00 and up.
Waterman and Wirt Pens is stock and
Wholesale and RetaitPaper, 8%lbs. of Lin-
en Paper for 50c.
Chafing Dish Recipe BookI
ASK FOR ONE.
Our New Chafing Dishes are here.
VV=. rnol. &EJEWELER.
PIANO, PIPE ORGAN
CONCERT PIANO TUNING
R. H. KEXPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin,Banjo
and Guitar. Instructor inthe University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours. u.u
509 E. Liberty St
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE .....
And SAVE 2i PER CENT on what you ar
now pisying for laundry wor,. Leave orders
at 15.53South Stain Stwee.
Rich's Peanut Crisp::
lOc and 20c a Box at
SStore No. 133 E. Washington s t
m0erV s DuS't Our. Fourth awve