THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE IJMYERSJTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
The ad j lining cuts represent
2 of mi many styles of
LADIES' WELT SilOES
That we are offering this
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 g reat offer
Welts oles. Sizes 2 1-2 to S.
Ladies' Romeo Alasas [Goodearj 79C
W. J. BOOTH. Pres. w. ARNOLD, 1st Vice-pres
Best effects for season '97-Black, J. V. SHEHAN, 2d Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALZ. Ast. Cashier.
S m oking erfcty tilread State - Saviiigs -. Bailk,
3acI.ets$5to $20. Transacts a general Banking busi-
Ready for You. G 0 0 ID S P EB]E D'S, u.15HadBrnSres
1 17 MiAIN STRtEE . ;Capital, 850,000. Surpus, 535,000. Transact a
general banking business.
R:. Reuse, Pres. C. . GNoE, Vice-Pres
FRED. H. BeLoOH Cashier.
Sudents ecture Assocition THEANN ARRSAVINGS DANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, 8150,000.
_______________Organsized under the General Banking Raws
ofthis State. Receives deposits, bays and
seiis exchange on the principal cities nf the
Washington------------------------------------- ----Jan 29 identification. Safety deponit boxes to rent,
- - - - -- -- - - - -- -- - - - 9 OFFCERS: Christian Mach Pres.; W. 1D,
OratoricalCoiitest-.______..________ _______________-------liarch I ahirii.f8anir
Burton ------------------------- ------------------------April 8 F:IRST NATIONAL DAN of Ann ror
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 840,000
Save your money by buying a season ticket. Transacts a general banking business,
t PForeign exchange bought andusold. Furnish
__________________________________________________________letters of credit.
N. D. KINNE, Pros. BARRIISON SOU3LE,
C~nc Moe oin B siness S. W. CJLARtKSON. Cashier iePe
HOLMES' LIVERY, 5l5 E. LIBERTY ST.. C. K. MAJOR & CO.,
We have opened up'one of the finest livery tbarns in tlhe state, with Hv The Artistic deorators
elegant carriages and fiue horses. Would like to have our-old custom- Rv complete line Of
ore remember that we are still on earth. We also kindly solicit new wall Paper, Paints, oils, Window
trade. Telephone so6, Old and New. shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Speialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and papor
La sExp essl 40st1 den s serhanging. Only the best of workmen
N J employed. Work guaranteed.
"The Rochester,' "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection," II M AJOR &
"The Berlin Stndent," all nickle plated, varying in price from .C O CO.,
$1.00 to $2.50 each. The Artistic Decor.r
j Eeystudent should use. Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
0 L white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv- K
ered in any part of the city in our canis at itic per gallon. ForL lI4
DEANe&oCOMPANY.LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
214 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. IC cE. ~itis t xi Iei tfr .lb' lin TAILO
_____ ofs uoii lsv i. hC tti Latest Novelties in Winter
-..- - ,...,.t.s~ 1and hipring Garments.
E}.. oh rn ..~ 11011)1 .110 111 11111 0t )5o r 055 - s" lr: Jf
ing with plleills.
Atthire next Imietling lii"*It-gf rls
will discuss plans far elairginog Ib*
'T'eioatltlories'are at stork011u1te
eatgaoefor '97-98. It Nwill b 1° e zdy
at thre usual 11111e.
'Vhe orgoslialiotn of anotler debat-
ing society ini Ihe literary tlel'arlleii'
is bin_4 discussed.
1'he 8. L. A. Board is diiscussing
WillilamiJenninigs lBryani 5s 1100exiraa
asiUmler o ouhecosirse.
Prof. Khscluer lectured to the
freshman law clasfromn 2 1o 4 yi
ye-terday afte rnoon on 11wh nrriage ro.-
"There is a piossibility that a wsorld-
famous organist will be secured o11nth
llear 'fotro forita reciYtal oin the Frieze
The over-crawdecontlition of the
toaw departmtent is evidenced by the
Pitrf. Itc"allgiiliurec-oitly, gave ills
-ass iii cou islitl ilaw taii lierest-
ig anud. instrucliveotak 011lbche Elig-
lisl 5louse 1f ('ommlions.
'che flteeting- of the I'llilosophicliel SO-
c1113', whilchl was to oive leens 1el1d
last nigh)t,Nwas posltponed Oni ceooBI
of' 11h e cbre Jby I'rof. _Medohino.
'rhtoDtsn AM. Dickiusoi, sIolasaii
in Politica<l Rcolatolliy mwiich was in-
Oituted at the celekbra;thonof Dr. An-
gell's tweuty -iftlo yea r sPiesidclrr
Sou:s's and, 'which coines0n1 IlK
S. Ts. A. course Feb. ,261, sill shocltl
talliti)a.tEtcI'oielsni'tripll, a~vlt riu g in
Enghsndi, IPranie, ltaiy, Gernioxy,
Austria and ussiat.
1TO0RttlN Pront aiud side cstes,
m~odlt inltsoemel-nto. 727 E. Univer-
"Ill (ovsyParkis" t the Athens'Piles-
-too Satuday 'night.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET,
One block west of University.
Bon Bone e~nd
200 EAST WASIII?16101 STREET,
. . ,.
If yoss arenie want of 1kbis attole to keepethe. chis off the balance
of thin season, here is your opportunity. Fora short thede, in fact8 9
they will not lst long, we will offer a lot $SL50 Merine a lot 1.50Flee abiaaot$.5Rylibd-uera t-----.-A1
We want more reeoe for our Spring Stuffs. Theres bot one way
to get it-that is toclp tke prices below actual value, We quote
you here Fancy Shirts tatare worheveryrcent of $1.0, $1.25 and
$t~lfor. . . . . . . .
TRY THE .
And SAVE 20 PER GENT on what You r
now aying for laundry work. Leawe orders
at 1 3 Soueth Mea Street.
123 SOUTH MAIN STREET.