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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 TIlE IJMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Store W. v"W.Wtoe

A ..RepeatedOffve,
-IN OUR
Shoe Departni'
THIS WEEK SATURDAY.
FIREVE
FOR ONE DAY
Ladies' Rubbers.
A pair of Goodyear Glove fit-
ting Rubbers with every pair
of Ladies' Shoes sold that day
for $2.50 and upwards.
Owinga to the inclement weather
many ladies were debarred from
the benefit of the above offer we
made last-Saturday and although
our trade was unusually large.
We want everybody in the city to
share alike this exceptional offer
we make them, merely for the
purposedo
Introducing Our Great
$3.00
Ladies' Fine Footwear.
Satisfied that once tried
will prove their worth for
wear and comfort,
Wright Peters & Co's.
E. P. Reed & Co's.
$2,50, $300, $3.50 AND $4.00
Shoes -a pair of Ladies' Rub-
bers with every pair sold Sat-
urdav, Dec. 11.

10865. M~ain St. and 343 S. State St.
~UNIVERSITY TEXT"-BOOKS,
* NEW ANtD SECOND-HAND.
HAS FULL LINES OPF NOTE. BOOKS, and
~STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Fountain. Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
For Forty Years
GOLDEN ASCEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expressly 4t Students' Use
'The Rochester," 'The Yate," "The Royal," 'The Perfection,"
"The Bertin Student," all nickle ptated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
OIL Every student shoutd use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
whtight, is odorless and dues not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at i0c per gallon. For
sale only by DBA OMPA Y
214 South X(ain Street.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'The. Web-ter Society isill ;bud4( an
ilotlion of officetrs at pits met(eting 1o-
ntorrow nighlt.
Dean Hurlehins of the 1,Iw delsari-
nisent, i>ss been asked by the law
classes to allow themi to take thewir
c'.ork of' the Friday biefior vieatiorli.
iext Satuuiday.
Dr. E. Benlaniin Aindress.President
of Bion University, will irs-lulre ai'
Dee. 17, at Iowa College, Grinnell, Ia.
Ir is subject will be "Robert E. Lii'."
December Outing.
Slight, sensatiable, and l tIsaie-ly
illostrauted,* Outinig for Dscotnntx'r sel
snotlaino the relsuaalon it the wont's
usiac~ino of short aInd ptastdiiie.
Amnong to' miany good things it co
tuts te ae: "(_tri-tia-as 'NWit ekAnicit
tlihe Lagnoons of L~ouisiana,"by An-
dresss Wilkitison; IIIliateritio 'Il
Sleek-skaneg:,' by It. 'gait Me eio:
','The Olid Stie JBoor of Bayesa Sece"'
bty Harry Baa11; ~"Willi thteQuail in
Decembieir," biy Ed. N. Saldys; "this-
ket Ball," by A. J. Patet; "┬░ltie Trenid
1and Di'ift ci of aoti-g," iy A. .1. K,-
iwaly; "Rtive- nczk Shooting in Win-
tee," by Johii n. Wttnes-els; "T'heuigi
Enropie A;wlicel," by W. a'. Strong; ".A
Snowsosi' t Sin BluenoseLanil,"
by Frank II.iisteen; "A I'itgriniage
to CGrater tube, Oiregoni," by S. Gt.
Ltayne; "LoilgingoS to Lot," biy Dolrothy
F. Bloutifild; "'Tie year's Giitf," fit
Price Ci tiler; "Cheroket' Inditin Ball,"
by A. ft. Robin, sia; "The Bull-Dog,'
tiy -II. W. Hunstingtoan; and l t'eusual
Editorials, ipoeits 'anid records.
t'OtR RENT--Suite of roots, furnace
hteat, ltard wod f'utoli, neswly tu tis. -
ed. 520 E. Jeffet on of., oaic-unhaltlock
tir-Mnscam1puIS.

Walter Camp on the West.
III tela teist lostie itf Bitiltc's
AWckly Wlfer('atoll writes ahs fil-
Io-n: Ihi Site eat thtiersfore iiteiitt
pltyets altitost t1o Itisttttes of <ites-
tiottitig the dtasitoit of ,tt eflicil. Bitt
how ftirsotie of the westernittmatnc
htavtewantieti'I fiotit stis thle oitly
site oath -an tie gathered romft'nhts
ftilioitg i'dscription, sylJiis btitig
itsed '41ietigly aststhe sort. I
qute frioit the Recittiag Post's t'xi'elit
siritti-ie too-gift shaiggeil tlocb,'r-
a'i-r (utthe insirte ordereil11ti111 oft
tih' filid. f'ptsia ht ,tetddIprotestted,
liii tt' itipie 'stasfit-t. 'then thin'e
Wsi-tic i4h1tf-htour of stiitiglitig, ('o,1th
Roin-sontitdeclttri'gtg hte i ad nst
a1na toptin0wil hc.to ill Itt'itieiiy ilittlly, itt o;tdl'rto 1)1lsy
tie gittme, citlisetiteil that oss-gll stay
itl ;,iuplay his tpositton."
'tic' l as','is ettoigh to ,htowvwhy
lii' ginte gels ittudisrep te, "indilex-
phi ith le as'itark iqtiteilis comting
fettrout' I of the officials at thie end of
the gautt1e. "I itever iaetort' otw sucti
a gatigof liooilultIttis at;ngamteof foot-
litil. I alisolutely-reftuse k10 act as
otlillit atty gatie ss-tieli --tU1i1-
vstt'halst aiyfting to do iuth." If
titheetie nitysitisfactory expluitioti.1
o i tilldi, the utttsersittcs slolulsttte
that the ealttitis l oiitalt tars-
ilice it..
LYNO[NG AT GRANGERI'-s
Clositig hliobdat -dca ,,putynext
ws's T [hurs day evening. Usual Sa.-
unlay evening doticitig uarty this
weoek S to 11 o'clock. Chequalitegon
tnuttle. All "Soturdny evealug part'i~o
nider thle tnaigecnnttofMr. assI
Mrs-. Boos GrIanger.$ 57
Guy Brofthers' Minsn'ols ,at te Alt-
eas Theater FPriday evenaing.

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W. J. oors. Pre. W. ANOL, st Vic-pres
J. V. SEHA, 2dliie-pres.
JOHNe C. WAL, Ast. Cashier.
State - Saviv~ - Baik.
Transacts a general Banking bus-
nes.
ET rmers d i ~elirilPtlllk
Cor. Mlisleanti Hrenstreets.
Capital. $50,0t0, Surpus.$30,000.Transact a
general aing husiess.
R. Kat'F, Pres. C. E. Otiees. fVice-Pres
FED. H. BELene Cahier.
IHE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $10,000- Srpls, $150.
Resources, $,100,00..
Organised underthe Genera Banking Laws
of this State. Reevs depois, hys ad
sells exchange n the principal ctles of the
United States. Bats cashed upon prper
Identification. Safety deposit Sxes to rnk
OrcEast ChristiaSack Prest W. D.
Harrimian, Vce-Pres.; Chas E. Hisock,
CashiertI. .J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BN Og anzed156
Capital. $10,000. Surplus and rofits, W4,000
Transacts a general anking business.
Foreign ecange bught and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
. . KINNE Pres. HARRISON SOtLE,
Vice Fis
S Ti.CLARKSON. Cashier
C. fl. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deurator
Have a complete line of
Wal Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frecing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. fl. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator,
KLEIN
TAILOR
-FO-
MEN AND WOMEN
Latest Novelties in ral
and Winter Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One Stock west of University.
MUSIC Studio
PIANO,, PIPE ORGAN
AND COMPOSITION.
CONCERT PIAN0 TUNING
R. H. KEMPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.,
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
® MUSICAL!+. @
Set Gillespie tent er of Mandolin, anj
andutar. Iustrutr in ee University
School of Music, 15 years experience an
a teacher. Call at Ann Aror Music C's.
Store to arrange for hours..
HOLMWES' ]LIVERY
STABLE,
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE... .
Toledo
* Steam
An AELaundry
An S sE2 PER CENT on what you are
now playig for laundry wok. Leave orders
at 12. Ii SeniMain Seet. "

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________________ A Good Pocket Knife for 25 Cents.
A Better One, Warranted, for 50 Cents.
... ... .. ... .. ... .. ....... S t. AT.
No. 1110U.,Washington St,

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