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October 04, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-04

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Chocolate
Candies
3 4
We have just received a fine
tne of packages. They are
rnf all sizes and prices from5c
4 to$5.00. Small ones for quick,
consumption and pretty ones
for your best"friend." Ccme
and see them.
Fresh Peach Crush at the
Soda Fountain. d
3 CALKINS' - PHARMACY. d
The Store
MEN'S FURNISIIIN S.
-We 'have greatly enlarged this de-
partment of The Store giving it a
prominent and convenient section
the first floor next to the entranc.
'This section now contains all kinds
of furnishings, such as you look for
anngfirt-class haberdashers.
SILK UMBRELLAS.
Men's best Ottomenbler Carola
Bilk Umbrellas, Sterling Silver
Mounted, 28 inch size, $1.50.
Ade's Gloria, Steel Rod, 28 inch
Umbrellas here at 85.
MEN'S FINE NECKWEAR.
TISK, CLARK & FLAGGS.
Complete line shown for the first
time in this city.
Correct Shapes and Style.
SW'." COLLARS, Newest Shapes.
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
41.00.
-Mens Best Made Unlaundried
'Shirts, all linen front, continuous
fteings, reinforced at every point,
Wamsutta Cotton, short and long
front, at 50c.
GOLF lHOSE.
New Color Combinations, the
medium price and the handsomest
designs shown, at from 50c to $2.00.
Golf Tops, All Colors, 50c.
Men's Sweaters.
A Superb Line-Rolling Collars,
Turtle Neck, Small Collars, Plain
and Fancy Colors in Wool and
Worsteds, $1.00 and up.

" CHRISTIEE"
HAWES" AIN STREET.
cHATSu
7 1 Fanc.y Shirts
V vs. Sweaters
_ - rFANCY SHIRT to displace the Sweater.
This is the verdict for the coming season.
-- In view of this fact we have made heavy
purchasos of the most uniqur and nobby
colorings and patterns from the eastern mar-
ket. They are now open for your inspection.
r0 Wagn.er Co.,
]FURNISHERS.
123 S. Main St., - Ann Arbor.
Lamps Expressly 4' 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 stude nt 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 10c per gallon. For
sale only by

DEAN & COMPANY.

214 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
W. H. Wilcox. '96, will return to do
P. G. work.
Miss Marion Larsen and Miss Belle
Beals are at Vassar.
The 'Varsity training table starts to-
day at Prettyman's.
Albert 'Sidney Brown, 'lIt) L, is prac-
ticing law in Chicago.
Miss iStella Westcott, '97, will teach
this year in Nebraska.
J. F. Rieman, '97, is superintendent
of schools at Monroe.
Alexander Gumming, '4, has enter-
ed the law department.
Edward E. Davis, '99 L, has entered
the University of Iowa.
Rush Banks, '97, will continue his
studies in the U. of I.-
Miss Louise F. Dodge will attend
the University of Tennessee this year.
Miss Margaret D. Mason, '99, of
Muskegon, will not return to the Uni-
versity.
Miss Louise Morey is at present
teaching in the State Normal at osh- 1
kosh, Wis.
Harry Paul, A. B. '97, is teaching
Latin and literature in the Escanaba
High School.
C. 'T. Tryon, '99, will again fill the
pulpit of the Baptist church at Chel-
sea this year.
Edwin McGinnis, of the Northwest-
ern Medical College, has entered the
msed-al department.
Notice of the following marriages
has been received: IM. T. Sweet, '99,
to Miss Mary Thompson, of Worden,
June 22; Miss Orleana Fisher, '96, Ito

G. B. iMcClellan, a senior in the Chi-
cago Theological Seminary.
Miss Gertrude Buck, '90, will be at
the head of the English department
at Vassar this year.
Shirley W. Smtih, president of the
class of '97, is connected ,with the
'Hasting -Wool Boot Co.
Miss Mary E. Trueblood, A. It. '96,
is nan instructor in mathematics at
Earlham College, Indiana.
H. Geismer, '97 C. E., has a position
on a U. IS. government surveying party
at work at Birmingham, Ala.
Many of the rooms and halls in the
ir.ain building have been furnished
with new ceilings during the vacation.
Miss Ola LaLime, Special '94, has
returned to the University and is tak-
ing special work in Latin and Ger-
-man.
Games of Newcomb will .be played
in the Woman's Gymnasium on Wed-
nesday 4and Friday each week at 4
o'clock.
'A reception to students will be held
at the 'Unitarian church parlors Wed-
nesday evening, beginning at 7:30
o'clock.
James H. Prentiss, '96 L, and at one
time preside-t of the Athletic Asso-
ciation, has been in the city for the
last few days.
Chas. A. Denison, '94 L, once man-
aging editor of the Daily, is professor
of law in the Illinois College of Law,
situat at Chicago.
The work in Algebra will begin on
Friday, October 22, and Saturday, Oc-
tober 23. 4d
Free delivery today.

W. J. BooTH, Pres.. W. Anwon,1st Vie-pres
J. V. SausaAN, 2d Vice-pres.
JOaN C. WALz, Aut. Cashier.:
State -Savings -Banlk.
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock,$550,00. Surplus, $150,005.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organised underethe Geneal Banking Laws
of tis State. Receves depsits, bys and
sels exchange on the principal cities ag th
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
dentifScatlan. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OeicRs: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pes.; Chas E. Biisesk.
Cashier; . J. Pets Aistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKofie1Arber
Capital, $100,000. Surpius and Profits, $40,0001
Transacts a generi basing boiness.
Freign exchagebught andold. Furnish
letters eo credi.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HERRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
CALLAGAN
" ' STATE STEET
FOR 1_=MSN
Law Books
F. J. SCHLEEDE.
340 South State Street.
Book Binding................25 cents and up
Solid Gold Fountain Pens........$1.0 and up.
Waterman and wirt Peas in stock and
Pens Repaired.
Wholesale and etal Paper. 3llbs. of Lin-
en Paper for nil.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Lin.e of N'OW 1Pipes I
Bt and Cld Lunches at al hurs. Agents
fo iyler sand willams and Werners Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bons.
R. E.JOILY & CO.
20S. State St.,.Sager Block.
ANTON TEUFEL,
HEADQUARTERs eOR
Trunks, Valises. Dress Suit Cases,and
Teescopes.
Trunks and Valises repaired neatly and
cheaply, No. 307. Main Street.
HANGST E RFER'S
A
N ICE CREAM SODA 316
s S.
S Most celent
TI T
E Chocolates A
lot Soda.
R Cr FOURIHid WASTIO SISS T
Athens Theatre
TUESDAY, OCT. 5
PALMER COX'S
Brownies
PRICES-25, 50c, "5. and $Ih-O
ti you want to
Doaeown o20 per cent
of what you are paying for Laundry work?
1 2 Soth Main Street ) old number.
Call at-y
123 South Main Street new number
......and get price List of......
Toledo Laundry Co.,
Best Work. Prompt Delivery.

All Student's Supplies
A..... ...:.......AT.............
AC K& CO.s uMummerv's Drug Store NonE. ashingtont

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