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T~pl tUNIVEJRSITY OF MIHIGAN DAILY.

D eep the
Feet Warm w
9 A hot water bottle is just 4
9 the thing for cold feet and 4
a sure relief for most aches4
9 and pains. 65c, $1.00, $125 4
9 and $2.00 are the prices. 4
* $1.00 gets a good ce that 4
we can warrant not to leak.6
yCALKINS' - PHARMACY.
MEN'S FURNISIINS.
We have greatly enlarged this de-
partment of The Store giving it a
prominent and convenient section
the first flor net to the entrance.
This section now contains att kinds
of furnishings, such as yo lek for
among first-class haberdashers.
SILK UMBRELLAS.
Men's eel Ottomenhler Carola
Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Silver
Mounted, 28 inch size, $1.50.
Men's Gloria, Steel Iod, 28 inch
Umbrellas here at 85c.
MEN'S INE NECKWEAR.
FISK, CLAK & FLAGGS.
Complete line shown for the first
time in this city.
Correct Shapes and Style. 1
"E. & w n COLLARS, Newest Shapes.E
40 Ply, All Linen Collars, bet "
Styles, selling at 2 for 25c.
Mden's Finest Dress Shirts, openr
front anti back, the $1.50 kind, att
$1.00.t
Men's Bet Made Unlaundriedc
Sirts, al linen front, continuoust
faings, reinforced at every point,r
Wamutta Cotton, short and long
front, at 50c.t
GOQLF HOSE. 1
New Color Combinations, the
medinm price and the handsomest 1
designs shown, at from We~ to $2.00.
Golf Tops, All Colors, 50c. t
M~e's Sweaters.t
A Superb Line-Rolling Collars,
Turtle Neck, Small Collars, Plain
and Fancy Colors in Wool and
Worsteds, $1.00 and p.
MACK &CO1

OUTFITS-
FORi
GYMNASIUM1
WORIK.

SWEATERS
SHLIRTS (,No SLEERVES)
SUPPORTERS
LONG+ STOCKINGS
SHOES
NANSTREET.

Brighter th-an
_f Zi Klondike Gold.
One window is blazing with the
--_' brightest, richest, nohbiest things
- en Neckwvear ever shown, 'Ihey
are high values at Low Prices.
r; YNon will see. themr nowhere else.
© } Notie the -"Reds."
PU RNISH-ERS.
11213 SMain St., -AnnoArber.
Lam.ps Expressly o Students' Ulse
"The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection,"
"'The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.00 each.
OLEvery student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
O L white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. D)eliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10e per gallon. For
sale only by
D EAN&COMANY
214 South Main Street.

W. J. nOOTH. Pres. W. ART OLD, lit Vice-pros
J. V. SREEnAN, 2d Vice-pres.
COHN C. WALT., Asst. Cashier.
State - Savings - IBadi.
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Orgseized under the Oeneral Banking Lawn
)f this State. Receives deposits, bays and
iells exchange an the principal cities of the
Ullted States. Drafts cashed apse proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rest.
OFroCnnS: Christian Mach Pros.; W. 0.
Rarriman Vice-Pros.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: il. C. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
IFIRST NATIONAL BN of Ann Arbor
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $d0,0001
Transacts a general banhing business.
Foreign exchange bought andesold. Farnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pros. HARRISON SOCLE,
Vice Pros
S. W, CLARKSON. Cashier.
Coo-. Main, and fluron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Sorplus, $30000. Transact a
general banhing business.
it. 1tter. Pros. C. E. CGREENE, Vice-Pros
PFED. H. BELSEo. Cashier.
CALLAGHAN
" 9 340 S. STATE STREET
Law Books
F. J. BCHLEE7DE.
340 South State Street.
Book Binding..........25 conet. and up
Solid Gold Foantain ioens ....$1.00 and up.
Watermsan and Wirt Pros in stock and
Pens Repaired.
Wholesale and Retail Paper.,13', lbs. of Lin-
on Paper for 50c.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Line of New Pipes!I
not and Cold Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Hunyler's and Williams and Werneru Cu.'s
Chocolate non Bons.
R. E. JOLALY f&tCO.
3.08 Southi State Street.
Mitsic Studio
PIANO AND
COMPOSITION.
R. H. KE1KF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.

Work of Woman's League. I Juolie-t Butlier; sice prcoiditla sy Al-
-lo, orrespaiui seiotc3 -Malirjory
011der1ith' lrieideniiy of -Miss .11- G('rhraalt;recordlinig ecrciary, Annat
liet Butller he 'Wooan'o Leagae-isxi BomI'llr; re-asue-r, Flore-i: Saiidir1-
liiniiin iohae lis lie msoloil-, lan:1d; del-gateso. horriet Baker. 11:01
ceoxfui ye'ar of iitsliiotory. 'Phe' lleguc i oit Barn-ird, HarrietIli-ard. SMinnis-
was0 oi':liil'lSeveral S-ears ago.,ianilBanker, Vinifredlt Hbb-ll, Noll:e'Sic-
hasx for itsoject the oriniggo-gell::r I-Lsy-.Edithiie:, Blaincht' VYoung,
an closei'r relation, the youlsaieis of Gliace ('arltoii, Besse Hutschins. ('laia
il-e Uinivrity-.Uinder 11s rules. liieli- tlor:-ioo-. Winiiiirt'lBeman, Starjory
horship ini the league 'isesa1 the e-nil ah'a:rf, Le~ila (hildls, Anna. Daley,
of ech c-:coillege year, wihmthe offic'r>Flsirenmce Suneril aiand Eraoi 1-leathi;
elctcld in the sp~ring hiordling over. advsory boarod, fDr. -Masher, leshinico
This4 year, during the firoltoweek of Copeland, (hston, Louis 'Hall. Stev-
cellege, 297 joinedithie league, and the ens. Waile, REle-ard Cbs-npbeil. bJrdoe,
officers coafidenitly expectlt1. 01e the Huitcis, Millie Loi'xrd and IMark-
niuitoe mnore thian dotitled withiii the icy; friuit andl flower nission, WinnI-
lext few weeks. Any young lady of fred Rhsnson, S1rs. d~ynuds. Florence
lie Univ, rsity, wives of meimhers of Allen, . Sios Stevems, Dr. NVarthin a0(1
the faculty and clergymen, :and ladies Sic. Corhissier; 'bulletin. Anna Daley-,
o -the city recommoended b~y four of iFlorence Surnderland, Erniex I-ten.th
lie executi-e board are eligible lo and Blanche Younmg.
imeiemuership. Professors Knowlton asid Freer were
'this yeari instead of hiav-ing 'receis lookinig fo members of lbs fi-ny tribe
lions as before, :a list of all the new s- fidy
co-eds abotit the Umiveisily u-ill be SAur a n 9, et'ona ih
moords and divided into sets of five, for his home at Elgin, 111. His umothmer
-acumlty mmmd otlier latdies wlvimmii, is seriously 'ill andl it is doubtful
dually ente taitoand look after these whiefher lie -will return istoms' Univer-
groups during the entire year. A ser- sity this year.
ieo of :six eateitainments for all will _________
be given during the cours.e of tlie yeae-. Those contsidei'tng time subject of
A bulletin hoard has beaco placedl in dancing -shouild cli at hiranger'zs Acad-
hbe reading room in Unive rsity Hall. eumy for correct imforniatiom in rega-rd
wvhere time -list of nanmes of the offieirs, to classes, termns, etc. All classes are
executive committee and a(Avisory wader the personal insruction: of *Mr.
board, atid a synopsis of current and Mirs. Granger.
events wvill he posted. Whmy buy a W~atermnmi fountain pen,
The followving isa. list of -the officers whien you can get as gooid for S0c lexs
amid maembero of commiittees recently withi as goodl a guarantee? See Shin-
appointed by the presidenit: President, cr.
Giunther's Chicago Candies!
IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES FROM 5c UP
-AT-
No. 123 R. Nashington St
Mummery's Dr. xS-tore Or orhae

22 SOUTH DIVISION STREET.
CORETFITZSIMMNS
-- VERISCOPE
Salurday,OcI.16
FIRE ! ! During the past ten
!11years the Toledo
Laundry Co. have kept their custom-
ers goods insured against fire, a fact
that is appreciated by their patrons.
Best of work and Prompt Delivery.
Branch Office 123 South Main St.,
Ann Arbor, Micb.

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