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xiE UIVE{RSIT OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Storo Opening Day..

A
of
Sprig i

Saturday, March 5t4
KNOX Swell
CHRISTIE Spring
HAW., Hats...
YOU ARBPNIE --______
GIOODPEDSTRET

W. J. BOOTH. Pres. W. Aeeoso, 1st Vice-pres
J. V. SRHEEHAN, 2d Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WAT~z. Asst. Cashier.
State - Saviiiys - Bail.
Transacte a general Banking busi
ness.
Cor. lain andi HuoneStreets..
Capital, $50000. Surplus. $30,000. Transact a
general banking busisess.
R. linosr, Pres. C. E. GuexEN, Vice-Pres
li ED.n. I. eSER Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,.000. Surplus, $110,000.
Eeseurces, $1,100,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United Staten. TDrafts cashed upon proper
Identilecalien. Safety deponit bones to rent.
Orriennoi: Christian lack Pees. "W. i
Harriman, Vice-bees.: Chas E. Alscock,
Cashier: M...Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRS NATONALBAN K of Ann Arbor
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prots, $40,0e0
-Transacts_ a general banking business.

Ol"RLMES' LIVERY,
515 East Liberty St.
Phonie 10o BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY.

r ' r H orelen enchange booght.and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
. ). II.INNE, Pees. lHARRtISON SOULSY,
L sExpressly Students' Viesee
S. W. CLARKESON, Cashier
k"n.eIRocliester,' 'The Yale, "'The Loyal," The Perfectioii,"MJR
I li"Te IBerlinl Student," all liickle plated, varying iri price 0101m C. ff. MJO 9 C.
$1 00to $.50 ach.The Artintic deorators
(IT Lvecry student should use )ean's "Red Star." It gives a pure have a conmplete line of
r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ 4whiitc light, is odorless anti does not char the wick. Dcliv- Wl aePitOlWno
eted ill any part of the city iii our caiis at 10c per gallon. I-or Wi aePitOlWno
saler~iiy hyShaden, Room Mouldings, Etc.
DEBAN & CO M P AN-Y. Specialty of line interior decorating
We have just reCeiVed a 214 South Main Street. painting, frescoing, tiniting end paper
hanging. Only tile best of workmlen
large shipment of1 Commencement Twcea Year, . eris t esncesr o ik-emuployed. Work gtiaranteed.
WRIGHT, PETERS & CO. irvlofctiern (r~ce wceaa ayatttt povii}i lantot- C MJR&C.
c~ra lradhas aosdsollet-in- ftevisicith fitnds aindlttlatio- th(.b
if.te1eses-sig lb the eccilers of it i(-ciiiistiint ithonsotils uni~~it~iiy I t.) cine L E IN
CEUTIZilATE'.i( tty at 11eUiivs iily. ntl i t e a(' s itel ldwitb this tciutio.l
ocprinetdoe.esae formorlly on Ahetc ot. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
I fer~ed bu einc-a yAthletic o Notee.e
reti.Jn.IfthIe cisellite.fori TAILOR
gradatin i no prsen al. cmmr lie F ilteili canidaies will ibe- coached-
l~ic~sssillhtll romCithiis sipir inby FPci-I-vI lg , Cteyt, Latent Noveltien nn Winter
.Wn tv ipora sw~thlc rm ieIlicarils eiind Obers-. adSpring Garments.
until the letsloilil Oetiier.i13.1tis cvtv-
FOR SPRING"h fiheis tic cii I-dosdcsliCOR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
strll i-i s ivS'ys i if -e c e s, blue block srest of lUniversity.
~~, $4. ~, ~Ps)AJ'J. Ililtt oc o wr frana- vti iv libyitvcs ci _ y ~ Iy
an iiii pliziies will pral i rell -n
New shapes in Vesting lops, lawiiandiiiicail5 1 iitviiitslefii geesiyhi tili 5.citi
tF ( $' 0 drtf okiscmleealhuh y Yle bed a iwalk-overttet annuiiial5
iidiiov gimseldCciitiiNew Hiin.lt- The Only Sleeping Car Line between
farithimosilegrees aeranei-d ,lit teudyngtToledo and Columhus.
csiiifithesyear. Thecvii ec stros grii- 'The Oiily Sleeping or Drawing Room
mint againsti e -ya-omelive- Indoor Meet Wihs Car Line between Toledo, Colum-
Aliii-yevWeghn. bus, aiid Marietta.
netciin ltemiiids of i theseerll icltci The Oiily Drawing Boom Car Line
hersi-of lice facuiitie sisc-io.we r ciul- Thyeiiiiingand wstclinillweightse betweetn Toledo, Coltiiibius and
Nvew 3 Strap Sandels fediiabouit, i eisthtteciiumverof sic- for the ledoor Mceletiiwill tismfoilws: Charleston, W. Va.
$2.00. tsicfliihing ivth ir k ini ite. iddlcl-t eiitic vciol, tinder 18pud:;hh-Pllmnan Sleepers between Coluim-
$1.0)' , $1509 $i2.00id;riiii bus aisd Chicago.
of thbe yveies maicvelyivsma11; wigh18tioi liii1303Iipiuid,,; imiditssiiibl, 'rue Only Line with 4 trains each
_______hen__cciii, em-cisicci exercises a u ili tthn13 t 1 itiouds; Chevyseigii, i, ver way daily between 'loleda and
time ouiilibeli kelwy llto esiiii an if- i1l8 piuilds Enticesmiste nbi- iili- 0 Coltumbus.
felt oflitutile iviiilenteitellir-vtothe fac- omitieth Wednesdey, TAlerch 16, wthn. 1-Thse Oinly Liine with i3 trains each
Our entiret stock of li-i .btmclCd. Isi -i --i'- sissis wayf on Suiidays betweeti Toledo
alyort testdntbdy t hs tzeal -a heg - nsin. and Coltiibus.

winter shoes at a
MiACK &Co.
Shoe Department.
:Rear 1st Floor.

Shut Your Eyes
Anti make yonr selections from one
.............. ........NEWt NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
STiSCI% COMIPLETE. POPUJLAR PRICES.
EXULUkt IVE PATTrERNS.
WA GNER & COMPANY,
123 SOUth (lain Street. - - - Furnis Isers

The Only Line wiith 5 trains each
way daily between Toledo, Bowl-
ing Green and Findlay.
The Only Line with 2 trains each
waS daily between Toledo and
Charlestoni,W. S/a.
Trhe Only Direct Line between Tole-
do end the Virginias.
The popular line between Toledo,
Fostoria, Bucyrus, Granville and
Newark.
full information relative to eaten, time of
trains, etc., xiii be chieerfolly furnished ky
any w ent of the Ohio Central Linen.
Moulton Houk, 6. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio,

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