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November 18, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-18

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TiHE UIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Store

40th Anniversary
Saturday This Week.
The " Michigan Pin"--the
Block .1M, enameled in Yel-
lo 'and Blue -on solid silver;
worth 75c or a, potted Orys-
anthemum in bloom
W.'tith every pair° of Ladies'
Greatest 'Jacket
Sale
of the season.
Sy-SAXPLE LINES--3

i

W. W. Wetmore,
.00s. Mo.±t.St aad 342 S. state fSt.
JUNIVEUSITY TEXT-BOOKS.,
5 FE9W A10) SE1COND-1RAND.
HAS FULL -LINI3S oF NOTE BOOKS, and
STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
For Forty Years

W. J. DOOT,.fPres. W.. ARNOtDst Vice-puree
J .SneanAN, 2d Vice-pres.
Jon1H C. WALZ, Asst. Cashier.
State* - .Saving S - Balk.
Transactsa general Banking busi-
ness.
THlE ANNt ARBORIISAVINGS BANK
Rsuc sn1,1 , ts
Organieed under the Generat hantktng Laws
of ti State. Receives deposits, bays and
sells exchangeaon the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upons proper
identification. Safety deposit boxep to rent.
Orecaj~: ChristinStack Pres. W. D.
Harriman, Tics-Pres.; Chas E. 1iecock,
Cashier; M.3. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONtAL BANKi~1g nazer86
Capital, 8100,0i0. Surplus and Profite, 540,000:
Transacts a general banking business.
fForeign exchange boughst andeatld. Fuaisb
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Free. HARRISON SOULE,
.Vice Pres
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier:

GOLDEN SCEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.

I ,4,'E414t rrrto SL# Ea-hsttttrx trt*ti

it4y fl Ictiti Si'f[&iliiDE StILK

Lamps. Expressly 4.k Studenits' Use
"The Rochester,' The Yale," The Royat," The Perfection,"
"4The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.150 each.
OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
OI htight, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For
sate only by -

DEAN & zCOM.1fIPAN.l,

214 South Xain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. toting to the Study of the Lw." This
- 1 is the first of a. series of tp t 'rs oil-
t'rof. Goddlard is at presetnt atlenttiilg dressed by psrofessors to the students.
a Suniday School conavention in Port Prof. Wilgus gives sane very good
Huron. sulggestions; a most valnable part of
Every seat, in alt 15,200, has beelste article i s telist of referenies,
sold for next Saturday's Yale-'riuce- whicls Is very full
ton game. 'The Foofballi'Seasosi at Mieisigais"
Dr. Knipe, tse old U'niversity of by Stusart E. Kssappeis, is a critical
Pennsylvania player, is now coacing susmnary of the players and thseir work
Northswestern. this year. It rTeviewsouosr chances for
Tw'oo seat -skinsisave ibeens rereiv.'d sticcess Thsanksgiving, "and considers
by thtststsshldaebisgpea-ue outlook for inext year's tern very
ilfor exhibition. enirouragiing. The poetry is contribn~ed
this month by A. 13. Smthl, T. °3. 1Mar-
Illiniois willhave the aidl of Mecro- shli l d W. A. Johnston, and is sonme-
srtirk, of the'Physicians snd Surgeons itaoeteaeaese sfre
teasi, for the game wits the Carlisle rurbrq
Indi~ll snex Saurdy=.Miss Kathserinse Bi'owsshiss a story
Regents it. W. Butterfield, 11. NN. or= an essentially college tout, entitleds
Cook, F. W. Fletcri, W. J. Corker "The Theory of a TCritipis" it is
assd H. Keitfer are iss tools looking af r.athor romnantic aisd offers agreeale
ter tse UniHersily interests. coitras to the soberness of mnost. of
the otiter contributiosss. "Das" is the
The November Inlander. 'heading of a iswly LstobtI~ied de.
- portsent, in whichrlicurrontliiterary
Tul~e November number of the In- topics are treisted qunite entertainingly.*
lander snakes its appearance' today.
The mucs heralded isketch of Presi;- All literary students desiring to en-
dent 'Eliot, of Harvard, by John S. P. ter the preliminaries for the Michigan-
'iiatiock, the~ new instructor in Englishs, Chicago debate are urged to report it
heads the list of attractios. An ex- Room M, University Hail, Saturday, at
cellent frontispiece, a cut of'President 8 p. °m. sharp.
Eliot, introduces this ar icle. Mr. Tat-
lock spent five years at Harvard and FOR RHNT-A very desirable suite
is !therefore welt qualified to cwrile on of front rooms with. stationary bowl,
this subject. He deals sonsen-la tox- hot and cold water. lHst water heat-
tessively with the evolution of the ing and sit modern conveniences. Ir.-
soodern college professor, and shoscvs quire, 439 S. Division.
how far President Eliot approaches , ttr.'Ga Granger cordially invitea alt stu-
the ideal. dents of the University to participate
George Rutissel Marker, mnstaging in the Thanksgiving Day afternoon
editor of Wrinkle its 1895, contributes dancing party, 3 to 6 oclock. Gentie--
a ,iatlet story '.-4n 'He Wind lie mtn 50. Ordtsestra music aturdy
Blowed Alt Night Dat Day," which eveningsaf ter Thanksgiving Day. B-
shows that lieaso loto"r.none ofhis- gin re'clases nw oe:Thursday
brilliancy or~fire. Prof. Wit-b' writes eve tug, Stusday mnorning ass ater-
ably o'the ubet "SomeNotesHRe non.- Gauo'-Academy.

' Car. Main and Hurpn Streets..
Capital, S550,00. Surplus, $0,00. Transact a-
general banking business.
R. ittsirrPres. C. Oisna, Vice-Pres
inen. H. SErsEts Cashier.
C n. MAJOR &C COQ,-
The Artistic dei9.rators
Have a complete tine of"
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window-
Shades, Room Moulingses, Etc.
Specialty of flue interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and= paper
an gg Only the best of wor mnen
etuployed. Work guaranteed.:
Cff MAO &CThe Artistic Decorator,
PF..J. 6SOMLEEIDE.
340 8. STATE STREET
Hook Binding...-.......H cents aed up
Solid Gold Fountain Penn-S .$:00aasd up.
Waterman and Wirt Penn-in stack Pad
Penn Repaired.
Wbolesate° and Retail Paper. Sys lbs. of Lin-
en Paper for Sic.
F TRIBET
Chafing Dish :Recipe',-xBook I
ASK FOR ONE.
Our New. Chafing Dishes are here.
Mu~sic Stvtdio
PIANO, PIE ORI*AN
AND COMPOSITION.
CONCERT PIANO'TINING.
R. H. KEXPrF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
Q MUSICAL!I @
Set Gillenpie, teacher of Mandolin, Hanjo
and Guitar. Instructor in the University

Pin and Plant,

B T FREWith every Jacket sold
sAT u RDAY..

& Co.

- loc
Mummery's I

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