,rliE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
,:H _ERIYO MC-IANDIY
WE WILL SELL OUR
NEW SHAPES, fCENTS
LATEST PATEP-NS. worth
Will regret it you $1.25
miss it. a$50
M AINT STREET.
HOW TO WARD THEM OFF-GET OUR UNDERWEAR.
We are offering TWo SPECIALS-
Heavy ribbed and fleeced
Heavy Jersey fitting
m50 WAGNER &COMPANY,
Combination Suits 150WANR&CIPNY
13 SOUTH MAIN bTRE ET
Lamps Expressly 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.
OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10e per gallon. For
sale only by
OJaAM 6& CA.OMP -AN Y.
214 South Main Street.
E. C. Bassett, '97, is teaching in Chtl-
Dr. Hathaway, '94 D, is practicing
Frank Bower, '78 L, is editor of the
B. H. Colby, '77, is sewer coutnis-
cianer at St. Louis.
Miss Nina Dty, '197, is teachiig in
the High ISchool at Vassar, Mich.
The Sumner Society have just put up
a new bulletin box in the law building.
R T. Austin, '95, is teaching sciences
In the High -School at Saginaw, Mich.
lHrbert Voorhees, 'OI, is teaching
Latin and German in the High School
at rAltoin, IL.
Dr. Frank R. Lillie 'received wvd
lately of !the death of his father, who
vas in Germany at he to.
Mr. John Pratt, of Bay City, Mic.,
division engineer of the 1. C. It. It.,
spent 'Sunday with 'C. I' rd Grinmmr,
All college girls who are intereted
in forming a woman's debatig so-
ciety in the University ar invited to
ttet at the Woman's 'Building, Satttar-
day, Dec. 4, at 10 a. m.
Dr. Albert B. Mills, class of '97, is
visiting 'Dr. J. ].app and. family and
other friends in the city. Dr. Mills
has a position in Calunmet, Mich., on:
the staff- at the Calumet and Heata
Frank Sexton may break into Na-
tional League circles again next year,
as it is said that Hanlon will try him
as a pitcher and utility man for Balti-
more. Sexton is remembered here as
the former pitcher of the University
of Michigan nine and afterwards with
Boston for a short ine. The past
year he was on the New Bedford nine
a s an outfielder.
Dr. Eliza Mosher speaks before the
St. Andrew's Branch of the Girls'
FTiendly Society, in the ladies' parlor
at Harris Hall, Friday, Dec. 3rd, at S
8 p. m. All ladies and girls are
cordially invited to attend.
Nred M. White, '94, and his wife
called on University friends last tveek.
Mr. White is a graduate of Newton
Theoliogical Seminary and has been
called to the pastorate of the First
,Baptist church in Amherst.
Mr. Arthur I1ill, of Saginaw, Mics.,
one of the most prominent atimni in,
the state, visited in the city and at
the University several days ago. Mr.
Hill is the donor of the four $1,000
ftee scholarships from the Saginaw,
W. 'S., 'High School.
Among the Michigan gradoates bold-
ing official positians at Washington are
the following- Win. R. Day, '70, A-
sistant Secretary of Staie; J. W.
'Meiklejohn, '84 L, Assistant Secretbiry
of War; Wegbster W. Davis, '87 L, See-
and 'Assistant Secretary of the Inte:-
Prof. M. L. D'Ooge, of the Univer-
sity, goes to Lansing Decenber 29 to
deliver his lecture on Gireece, under
the auspices of the Woman's Histori-
cal club of that city. His lecture is
illustrated by ]handsome stereoptiron'
The attention of all college men is
cled to the address of L. At. Sayford,
In the parlors of the Methodist church
next Thursday evening, beginning at
7 and closing prGmnptly at 7:45. Mr.
Sayford is one of the most entertain-
ing and effective speakers enlisted Ain
the Y. M. C. A. work in this country.
Advertise in the Daily.
W J. BooT Prets. W. ANOLD, 1st Vice-pres
V. 5555AN,: d Vice-pres
State - Saviovs - Baik
Transacts a general Banking busi-
Iearmr e~rhttniz tnk
Cor. Main and Huron Street.
Capital, $ t0,000. Surplus, 30,00. Transact a
geeri banking business.
R. KaursPres. C. E.G OnsE, Vice-Pres
Fas. H. Bsrsau Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 50,000. 5urpu.s, $150,000
Organized under theGenera Banking Laws
of this Stae. Receives deposits, buys and
sels exchange on the pricipa citiee Of the
Celled States. Drafts cashed upon proper
detificatiosn. Safety deposit bues to ret.
OrICEas: Christian Eack Pres. W. 0.
Harriman Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: Si. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL .BANKOr anie3
Capital, 6100,000. Surplus and Profits, 40,000
Transacts a general baning business.
Foreign exchange bought andsld. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOILE
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
C. Vii. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistc deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Windw
Shades, Room Mouldngs, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C.l. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistc Decorator,
Latest Novelties in Fall
and Winter Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One biock west of University.
Eond Eons and
200 EAST WASINIGTON STREET.
316 SOUTH STATE STREET,
p MUSICAL! @
Ml Gillespie, teacher of Mandolil, Banjo
and Guitar. Instructr in the niversity
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours.::
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE .
And SAVE ao PER CENT on what you ai
owpayingforlaundry work. Leave orders
' 1 3.South Main Street.
10c and 2O oaRt
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