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March 11, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-03-11

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THE UMNV ERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Te Store-Opefling Day..
- --_-__-Saturday,"

W. J. BOOTHa, Pres. W.'ARNoLD, 1st Vice-prea
J. V. SHEEHANO, 2d1 Vice-pres.
JOsN C. WALZ. Asst. Cashier.
State - Saviuys - IBadk
Transacts a general Banking busi

March 5th

A1 1VH V . & T I _ eS p r i n g
HAWES I a s.I Cur. Alain aedO heron streets.
YOU ARE IXVITED---- __. __ _ ____Capital, $0O,00.Surplus,$30,00.Transact a.
7Io el. general lraking basiness. Pe J O STt .IE PT O.H ESC s er c-'s
GOOD DS, T~f STREET. THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK
______________________________________ Capital Stack, $50,00. Surplus, $150,000.
Organized ander the General Banking Las
3 af this State. Receives, deposits, bays and
TA~r_"U.T sells exchange an the principal cities of thin
3 W 1V ~ h , United States. aOmrats eycashed apes praper
,LLI- ~ ..4 'VEO dNtlRS Christian Iltack Preas.; W. i.
,JL ®Harriman, Vice-Pran.; Chas L. Hiscock,
515 Es iet t Cashier: M. J1. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
PranealoonBEST SERICE IN THE CITY. IRST11NATIONA L ANOrcanleed 803
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,0001
M Transacts a general banking business.
IFnreign exchange bought andanold. Furnish
U ~ 1 letters ofecredit.
{ = I R. 1). RINNE, Pins. HARRISON SOULE,
Lamps E5 xpressly 40, t 1J'itsUse~ Vice Pens
.. SY. CLARKSON, Cashier
The Rochestor," "The Yale,"'"The Royal," 'The Perfectioii,"
~0I 1110 Berlin Student," all nickle p1hted, varying in price from C. II. MAJORI & CO,
$1.00 to $2.50 each. The Artistic deorators
* 01[ vry student should use I)esii's "Red Star." It given a pur.ae acoilelnef
whiite light, is odorlesa and does iiot char the wick,.IDcliv- Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
etcd in any port of tile city il our caiis at 10c per gallon. For Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
sale cnl y by
IDEANi CdM P NT Specialty of Sfininterior decorating
Wehave just received a 24SuhMi tet painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
honging. Only the best of workmen
large shipmuent of UNIVERSITY NOTES. j IardnerilS.I Li i Ilb I Ioemloyed Workouaratteed
'vjAls(. Ani aro r lieil:: Ilow C.li. MAJOR& CO,
TIhe' lost: ii- srs of tieyr irsoil e-lswht this meanss aus il treat. The Artisti Doflrtor.
PEES tO hi 1fod1GovrnmeroiCluI upcs
HTPETRS& G /Iswill 1beisgivenSatuirdayisiiht ini I ver- 1Judges cor Oratorical Contest. *'
TALO
silFol cu Hs s ub 1 isi i l b 1 ;itre- ' Psi a l orarcS lcnt ei st A S ioll-k
Dlta boys lat (i isc- thiere bigily o aiu;wIes. I1. T. A\ldrich, of Latnst Novelties in Winter
OT A bot typ-s- ient.illesidles the ein-ilni, md flliiii. X.. Tv 0' -o-sincc. and Spring Garments.

FOR SPRING.

New shapes in Vesting T.ops,
$3.00,1$4.00., $5.00.
New 3 Strap Sandels
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Our entire stock of
winter shoes at a
PMEDUCOTIO N
Shoe Department.
,Rear 1st Floor.

isis of the so-ietbs-hre were preseitsif Loosing. T'f udllge:;onideliery ore
Miss Culver, liof. IRos-s o is isri . riiipal R.t.oIB.lonieoif Tosiluoti; ICOR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
and iDr. Sinoweof .sAn si Use !Ho. F. S. Fitch, of ionti z., an(iii Mr. OebnosaIfUnvriy
Prof. AWllee-r swill dluver -a.tleturle 1. N. lisotolerger, of Toledo. Thii:rol- .OHO .
this rveinig ini sic lat eIncr-iriomoil I(tslowig arethe crstsants: C. Simonlls,,
The Tiwenty-for Presidents." C. TI. Stories, Mt. L. Wiers, S. L. 'Tu- C "
'Ibere still he smieetine of thelirn- tit, F. E. Elsetofrunki. I . 0L. Mutlhol entlral LI n es
itittee toi arraiige fur the inter-socirestyitnd, 1. .F. .Eooii, J. ,.. lotiorry.
debating s. lirdule at Aliha NoutHall Ti. 5tuiohr-''& 0. C. Ry. K. &-t M. Ity.
today ut I5ip. it. All -dlegates are Clishaeac three pierformances if 'The 'rhe Only Sleeping Car Line between
asked to be iresent. Princess Forget" lust Friday uaid Sot-:1 Toledo and Columbus.
A smajority oftf hi-Imembers o:f the urday evenings autd Saturday smatinee The Only Sleeping or Drawing Room
rosmteeupootl li ogtirs beftore large aiod uppreciative auidieiit-s Car Line between Toledo, Coluni-
itomiteeapontdfolraneloran bus, and Marletta.
iiiter-soriety debatiiigscheuleBufteris- . The tripi 0as a thor-ough The Only Drawing Room Car Line
stied a rail foruateetino hie11-hserd it success, (between Toledo. Colunibus and
Alito N: I-illt~ttIsit seitel. Te -Charleston, W. Va.
Alph NuHai toay i o'loc- Te CiiscitF Odeipital Circle ofI Pullman Sleepers between Colum-
Es-cry iiir ohr~f the committexiii King's Daugehters weill meet it Hrnis hueaiid Chicago.
please be preseni.t i cder thatl a fonal Hall orb~ Sattirday, Matrch 12. at 2:30. A The Only Line with 4 trains each
report stay be mode at this sekso~rdialiniitaitlio is extended t oiil way daily between Toleda and
i -wek iii eimbero of the order end to: those s-ho Columbhus.
mieetings of tihe different scieties. Ws ole h
Th fiiisertii heCer 'wUii:tish 'ineoemesihers. Th uOly Line with 3 trains each
TheFith onertintheCh::-%[Unin!NELLIE M'K.XY way on Sundays between Toledo
serieos-will leivenoestonighit by Pror. Dirl. See, and Coluinbus.
- - The Only Line with 5 trains each
way daily between Toledo, Bowl-
w h t our yesing Green and Findlay.
ShutYourEyesThe Only Lin with 2 trains each
way daily between Toledo and
And maIre your selections fiomo our Charleston, W. Va.'
The Only Direct Line between Tole-
NEW EGL1 SHRTSdo and the Virginias.
"" E E L GEE The popular line between Toledo,
Fostoria, Bucyrus, Granville and
ST(i)('h COMPLETE. POPULAR PRICkES. Newark.
EXCOI UsE PATTERNS.
Full informsation relative tu rates, thmeeof
trains, etc., will be cheerfully furnished by
any agent of the Ohiu Central nines.
WAGNER & COMDPANY, Moulton Hlouk, G. P. A.,
123 South flabn Street. - - - - Fur nishers Toledo, Ohio.

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