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January 10, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-10

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The Store
Departm.I ent!.
The adIjoining cuts represent
2 of on11r many styles of
That we are offering this
week at
These shoes are all of this,
season's Last and Paterns and
were formerly sold at
$3.50 and $3.00
We have got more than we
wish to carry over to next
season, hence this great offer

Ready for You.

Best effects for season '97-Black,
Blue, Brown, :Drab, Gry and
fancies - perfectly tailored-
$5 to $20,

Students' Lecture 'Associatiton
Powers-------------------------------------------------Jan. 22
Washington------------------------------------ ---------Jan 29
Sousa's Band-----------------------------Feb. 26
OrtrclContest------------------------ farch 18
Burton_-__------------------------------------------ April 8
Save your money by buying a season ticket.
Lamps Expressly 4tstuden-ts' 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.
Every student should" use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pore
1white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at I0c per gallon. For
sale only byDE N & OM A Y
214 South Mlain Street.
Meeting or Track Men. New University Publication.
Theineeliug of the tlckeads lldiite. A iiiw, pulblicationi dealing withi
Saturday afternoon was atteuleld ty prlilelit usivcrsities of the LUnited
ahont )0 11no -n d a, reviewtof Ithe sit- States withl biographiecal noicesltadd
nation wa5 sle. Manager Campbell portraits of h-eir sons has hbeels pro-
spoke-Ibriefly tining she isro;sloclo posed, with General Joshiua Ohauibor-
foe the s(*.ssis ass) waroing the ml~ihn, IA.. D., ex-pr'esidenit of Rowdomn
not to bisotoss sonfitleiil eve)) liog jCollege, andt eX-gOVelr10'OrforMaine, ato
the ptrosipects of the season 'ivere.nese editor-in-chief. The work will contain
brightier ihat at present. -loving a deseriptioin of the historical dlevelois
given a brief desription of the stile'- areiit of each institutioii with a brsef
tie M'Misnipoll tailed on 'atialllisatement as to its presenit eqslilptoeli,
Thomas who catiosnedl ihelt1110111to illutotations of cliaracr-eriotlce iuild-
intdulge but lightly in insdoor work andinls) Iltscen0110 and personages; bisgial-
to see to it tihat the 'Varsilty lost no teal okeishles of graduates ad laur-
mcli 'by reason of conditionls. "ales, who have obtained worthy ps-;i-
Mlr. Hlealsd,'98, captain of theo 'til tios in 1 tile vario10 walks of life. The
teanm, spoke of the liright irostevis flur earlier and(1 mosre p~rominletill-
01151 tilecars' with wichteielC1-1 110 (Halrvard, Yale, Princeto
would be wat41hed andi of the' equality ant GoClulssbia, wiil first be takenu up
of chance for all candidates. Ward and will appear thlis y(ear ill lie first
H~ughles also spoke a :few words of en-l volume of tile work.-
coincagement, wihen the meeting adl- (issy titzgeralht the famous gaiety
jounled. It has beein allltotilled that girl, who 'omeOs io tse Athens Theatre
a trainer will be here by the 115th and next1 Wednesday nigilt. was very en-
thlat lighlt gym.lo. rk will be the ordler tlslsiansticalily receives) by the students
of the day from that timue on. Mr. of G(orisell University at Ithaca on the
"Thonmas is encouraged at the numbehrl occasion of her recent appearanc
of caiididates in sprints and walking, there, and introfit eed several special
but feels thtotnore good 1w1n oughit features as a 'comuplimenit to the boys.
to announce their canidlacy for tile
pole vault, hlgh jul 'p arid long runs. tttOOIS-'A nicely fm'iohclld front
lihe first u-o of thease evnts will be suiite at 20 Catherciest., inrner of
especialily pusiied aid coached, as Thayer'. Veiry che ap.
thlere a re yery few 10en in _sigilt folCissy ititgeraId at the Athens Thea-
themu as yet. ter next' Wednesday night.
If yea arelsn want of this article to heap the chills off lbs balance
of this season, hoesis year epportaslty. For a abort time, is fact
sissy will sot last long, we will offer a lot $1.30 Mrino, a iet $1.50 r 9
Fieeced Raibrigas, slot $1.25 Royal Ribbed unederwear at ------

W. J. aOOTH.Pres. W. Ass Loist Vice-pres
J. V.Sannuow a2d Vice-pres.
tOes a. WALZ. Asst. Cashier.
State - Saviflls -. Badk
Transacts a general Banking busi-
tier. Male and l tiras treets.
Capital,8$5,0.Surpu s 3,0. Transact a
generaihlg bagbsss.
R. KtairPros s. . O.uRNNEn, Vice-Pros
larn. ft. BELSEa Cashier.
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,t00.
Resources, $1,a00,ts.
Organized underthseenseral Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, bays and
sells exchange o the principal cities of lbs
United States. Drafts cashed apes proper
Identification. Safely deposit boxes to rest.
Ormensa: Christian Mack Pres.; W. 0.
Hiarriman, Vice-Pres.; Chs E . Hiscock,
Cashier: M. . F rlts Assstant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL B ANfl~Organ~sed iSor
Capital, $i00,000. Surplus and Profits, 140,000
Transacts a general banking business.
j Foregn exchsange bougist andesold. Furnish
letters of credit.
Vice Ores
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specilty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoinlg, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
-The Artistic Decortor,
Latest Noveltis in Winter
and Spring Garments.

Well Soles.

Sizes 2 1.2 to 8.

tadice' Romeo Alaskas [ O,.ya 1 9

We want more roam for our Spring Staffs. There's but sue way
to get it--that Islto clip the prices below actual value, We quote
you here Fancy Shirts that are' worth every cent of $100,$1.26ail
$i.50 for ---------------------...---------------
Noetrouble tonshow goods.

509 BE Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
And SAVE 20 PER0 CENT os what you arO
nowa isyng for laundry work. Leave orders
al 5SouthStainStreet.



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