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January 20, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-20

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_ w. J. BOOTH Pres, w. Axo~osst vice-prs
The Store W.W.eWettore, 3 aW~z si i
T he S ore -JOHN C. WAL.zAst.. Cashier.
.mvs1CGs. d Bt., na 42 . s ate Sttate - Savillos- ilk
NIVE SIT TEX -BO KS, Transacts a general Banking bsi-
i AS FU L LI ES O %N O E O K S a dST U D E N T S ' S U P P L I E S . Cor . a ie and fluon Street s.
Capital. $0,OD.Surplus $350,50.Transact a
Fountain Pens and Fine and Sal ttoe genral banking business
SalSttoey R. KerRMFree. C:E Gcshilen&1,rVice-Prs
and offrs all at the Lowest Prices.' . noH BonCshe
:: T niversity S chool of D ancing, capitaistck i.DO.Si urpn, 51lZ~ll
-. Resres1155555
Organized under the General Banking Laws
Slate Street, opposite Law Building. og this State. Receives deposits bys and
sells exchange n the prini1l itis of the
________________Terms $5.00 a semester - Single evenings5) cents. United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identiflction. Safey depoit boxes o rent
Officneesers: Christian ach Pree.' W. D
Ofc-427 Thompson Street. iHarriean Vice-Prs; Chas . IAiscock,
_______________________________________________________Cashier: R, . ..Frito Assistant Cashier.
Departm..ent! Once More Doing Business FIRSTANTIONALoB
Capital, 5315000. Surpls and rSts, 140,008
HOL ES'LIVERY 515 E LIBER Y ST. Transets a general bankin ine
HOLM S' LVERY 515E. LBERT ST. Foreign exchange boght andold. Furnish
letters of credi.
We have opened up one of the finest livery barns in the state, with E. D. KINNE, Pre. HARRISON SULe.
elegant carriages and fine horses. Woulti lie to have our old custom- s. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
~ ~ (~J ers remember that we are still on earth. We also kindljy solicit new
"trade. Telephone fo, 0ld and New. C. fl. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic derators
The adjoining cuts represent Lamnips EXpresslyw. Students' Use Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
2 of our many styles of "The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection," Shades, R$oom Mouldinsg, Etc.
"The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from Specialty of fine interior decorating,
$1.00 to $2.580 each. ainting~frescoing, tintingand taper
f1 OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure hanging. Only the best of workmen
LADIEIT white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Delv- employed. Work guaranteed.
__________________________ ered inan part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For c.I.M JR&c ,
sale nlyC 'MAby&CO:
DEAN &L COM1PANY. The Artistic Decortor.
That we are offering this 214 South Main Street. _____________
'week at UNIVERSITY NOTES. Favored the Proposed Changes I(I ~
7 0__ Kl . Harriman, the- tient~d1 Captain Bennett ws seen yesterday LADIES N ETEE'
SJ young actor and writer, spent yester y a Dily retreenttivoe, nd was AD GNLIE
2 - day in this city. fond to be thoroughly in fvr of TAILOR
The Sagiaw Reding Club lies adopting the change in the irtle, ats Nvlteaisine
These shoes are all of this voe ogv le otcssGnl eceded by the revising emuittee to and Spring Garments.
Las an Paern an buldig ~Chicago. He said: "Te committee
reasons Ls 'rPtrn n ho 98 iehiganesian hao award-
were fomrysoda d the cotat for psiiising this has mnade a thorough investigation in- COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARSTRET.
formerlyaltoth soldaat In-s . to the bad feattrsofthe existin One block west cc University.
y ars anualto te inand rules and the romlmended cags
$3.50 and $3.00 Invitations hav been issued for a ae the whoe, very goodl Thi
Ilobart Gidd-ehtont b ivnci re n~itsc %ut oI-'
HobrGi eetit olckat rive cha~nge in scoring is especially ad-~ l: v l K
We avego, mretha w iuda evnin a 8 'cockatHarisvisable. The prvention of players PIANO PIPE ORGAN
We avegotmor thn w H-llholding each ther In line is at move
wish to carry over to next 'Mr. Ge. Shirts, chairman of tteIoin the right direction. It will aid ma- AND COMPOSITION.
seaso, hece- his geat ffersocial e niittee. will give a class so- tnally in lessening the roughness of CNETPAOTNN
ich in this iear future to which oily the gauge, and Ivill also have the f.
hmembers of the senior lass will be ad- fet of making the players keep their R. H- KEXPY
mitted. mind n the play, thus resulting it From Stutt-at Conservatory,
em n.Cox lis received an effer fromi boter football. rm ian
$ 2 . 7 0 a Chicago Cycling lub to train its "There is one pot that might eGa
teen this summer aid sole may nc-I criticized, and that Is this permtIing :3j;ZSOTH DIVISION STREET
Wi:SOleS. Sies 2 12to 8: be the trainer her for ihe football of formation bhnd the line in ca-e ® MUICAL I
and 'baseball teams. of a fumable. This rule nmight en-
H. . 'Severance, a recent graduate courage teams to fusilbe n purpose." Mel Gillespie. teacher of Mandolin, Banjo
ofth U o ..wa mri eser Manager iHeald was also seen. Hit and 0uitam. Instruco ne the University
of te H.of ws marie yeser-scol of Busic. 18 years exeielnes a
day at Hudson to Miss Anna Le icught the changes were v-ry good a teacher. Call at Ann Abor Music Co'a
of hatelt. r. eveane hs mnyindeed but wvould like to see the east- Stoe o arange for hours......
"; friends hre who will be glad to her ecu collegs adot thetis if tewst-
Sf his happy marriage. ern d. MONEY' LOANEDJ
he ocil ommtte tis las o N E.On waches, Dimns,Whesor o em-'
'99a egoing ctonau na. e anew PaF'All mnmiers of t1 is hist Club wh io WATCHES AND J1E AfEPAIEBPe
ture into th irclss eoais this ySa-,have nt t S he duscniust pay Oic at ece 3. B yr, A a -
The fist one il1N1 e t Gang--[liesame-bfoepay toilgi.t or.M~le. All bus nscon e.
- er's Academy on Jan. 29. f bin L:80 to_8_to_11_30_a m, soandito3:4 geaC
Ip. ui.,and wib trcly inormal. SubcriePrte Dil.Bagan5511 d-ad hes a nd15-
'o oAtss[Goodyear] FO For - Ye - TY-H .,
Ha, been asanur; ilsoeti by college sn n d is e itu r th 1e.o-inYr a LrDE~R And SVE20R CENT on what ,ou ar
-MACK m010,tswe8t4m1t4re flr thip per al

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