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March 17, 1898 - Image 4

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nE UIMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
V. J. MOOTH. Pres. 0W. ARNOLD, 1st Vice-pres
J. V. SREEBANs. 3d Vice-pres.
JOaH' C. WALe. Asst. Cashier.
h# tre k IHO 0LM E S'LI VERY State - aiv - Bail.
-515 East Liberty St. Transacts a general Banking basi
ness.
APhane 100 BEST SERVICE IN T"tE CITY. _________________

Token

of
Spring'
We have just received
large shipment of
W RIGHT, PETERS &C1
FO OTWEAI
FOR SPRING.
New shapes in Vesting To1
$3.00, $4.00, $5.01
New 3 Strap Sande
$1.0)J, $1.50, $2.01
Our entire stock of
winter shoes at a
MAACK &C(
Shoe Department.,
:Rear 1ist Floor.

a
0.,

JOSO*(1 Capital, $:10,000. Sarpias, 030,000. Tr'ansact a
+ general hasting business.
1IR. lErNIeFX Pres. C. E. OcEcas', Vice-Pres
FRED.. f.ttoCaslier.
d~b THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stork, 5,50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
HS8 E, WASI1iN(_T0N ST. RAsorArbor,,1M,000
U l'STA I. Abolie. 1Organireduder the General lBanksing Laws
" af this State. Receives deposits, bays and
sells exchange as the principal ities at the
United States. Dlrafts cashedaupan praper
Identificatian. Safety depasit bases to rest.
O ~e alVc-rs.: Chas E. Plicack,
Lam ps Expressly 40.Students' U eH Chra rrmnn icPc s as Pack;Frost
Cashier: 03. .. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
j "The 'Ro:hostel,"The YVeo," "r1lie]8Ryal," "'1Plie Perfectioii," NATIONA BANoatAnn Arbar
j Tic Belcini Sttident," all pickle plulod, vasrying in price from FIRST KAINLBNOrganleed 180
$1.00 to $2.50 each. C apital, $i00,000. Sarplus snd Frofits, 14,000
Transacts a genseral banking business.
L.Itac ry studetloShuldltulse Deaii's "Rea Star." It gives a 110cc Pareignl exchasngoebought and sald. Fsrnish
IL whelit, is odorless aiitldoes.g huth wi ck. DeBiv letters aticredit.
l1c~l F.1 INNE, Free. iiARRiSON SOUtE,
eretl in any port of the cityhI ouri cails it 100 per gallon.IFor Vice Fres
salt only iby j S.XV.CLAtliKONCashier
SDEAN & CO MPAN Y. CI.MJO lC.
214 South Main Street. 1.f..MJR&C~
The Artistic deorators
UNIVEFlkITY NOTES. Programs for Veopers. IHave a complete line of
TihE::' ,iI.:lioe l 50511:. ec I teliitWall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
The f1.11 so2's owill uitheI::' :: ie.11:5, Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
8 1"": L".. ;ne(:"i o t h ire'sccls::i8::',Otssels17: Specialty of line interior decorating,
it ('a llet'iio a T'i'hus, i.s Ipainting, frescoing, tinting anidpaper
'It .. . .t:. . .:.:.5.0.:. . .:.1.:5.' :' :01: hatie r. Only the best of workineu
" ;lz te-n~es~ot~t c~ i'.t 't. c .\ employ'1ed. se" Woirksguarantoed.
P1,1lin tN of. lcd:':5'-lp C.a < (tMAJOR&CO,s
Is:'(, s b 'eIa s ::': 5o: (,nr st " ,n, An:' :I::Il's: : + slo.The Artistic Decortor,
:5:0s'::o r s ti sl'scci:iss. I 15i~
I ::ni : c rcs. 7(e:'tai 5'l: ssi= s'u:ssslsi Amolrng the Colleges.
1i1.ril.cz or11e ekis a p"tilsit :sw:ll 5:msstcstir of:1'ilw:e'=' Is:5tci:-',LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
tt)ll ('\:' y\'':2 )ori'\' O' T. (,':>" ! ls'I'sas' ts' xe2s'sI'ls'::3os5 "21(117 g I:.tT A IL O R
lP.sul C5':ss. s',Ilsss' '.r II:: .1 ssss t tlsi Is , -t l :':s.....s' o .0 1 r1s2.s

C'nu i:'si::. sill i:tIsc hll'fs:'s'Ii::Phii..- a:tbsxn,'i ys: to5::Chiss:. ' Latent Novelties in Winter
5::51l5i5 Sss:'ly :1 Sc::'. 2. :i~s i:: Ysl I lis''cii' t5tls'' "::,:1'. and Spring Garments.
(rili lisoftheNes's 5'::lei, :5 ' Bostoa,> sc: I Ci7'to::ia S::: 8:lae0:ts'':is:' CORWILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
swill lecture'' 1:1f:ore lte sw' ct' .April I. a,_ the' (Cermont avensec i:: ,I:,rol.ls On Ue blhiah stalfatUniversity.
All..t Go. l~nls:s:, '0:, 55:10cislict gim ts ~thelist silisg -'sei t i'w , r I ...OH ...
ihs:ss:'yestecrl::1 iby the deaths': Il ls isc - thems, 'b'::ith:c:s won:: ths:'first so:sss
toil s l'lsssla' ilasimiii:t' its'Huds si.d Central Lines
ch eon. [S l ut i dl slbetn sstin~lg is 'c brothints 1 Out:i of 9212c'abintt oficer's.178, o
.01:5An stArbor untsilihin a weeos f ' schmecct:r 5is -thcl ss'cb"l:: I I 4 . RY- K. A. 7.iy.
'01 Gee Clb to ance nd Sig. SmtsecOfshisd 2.uYaer.:lsdi'sc':s:11 TledoandCollhs
22 ech. WtilliaseansoslMacs 10. 1iclkiss-I he Only Sleeping or Drawing Roomz
TheseshmtanllCsl5 ls'bisiwsill gi::' a Car Line between 'Toledo, Colm-
csni9,LUeiv'ersity :of North Carolinai': busand Marietta.
em o prl .Duinth irt at r lae~ ndcmer t xrners elc-Isatii ll:ttl7.Uivertsity (o0 Possasyl- The Only Drawing Boom Car Line
valsia, Noest Posiisntlc Unione 7; each, between Toledo, Colunihus and
the evening a r e ilasl pt to'l'::l :ill Ib-e 'i Charleston, V. X'a.
'jtis'c'its' ofr Virginsia: andsi Irc'55V
recndered b iy t(I ])sl. 'rhey ,iert- '' Pullman Sleepeic between Colunl-
list~ssg hard1'o the ossc::t:cas, :i~s:Iit s:ills'achs; thsree sother colleges have bsen bus and Chicago.
undubedy e agratsuc~es~. hers'lhr:'setlRby ) etatch, andl21 2bs'oseThe Only Line withi 4 trains each
ss:lsbeiy5: lrl :cco ~ tecil. way daily between Toleda and
ann~soncemetlsesf t isevt5'1p iroblably -Coluombus.
affortded the balsis fthe is rum1or that SIPIING7 FOOTOBALL 1'I:.5C-rI('1;. 1 The Oiily Linie with 3 trains each
the nivrsit Gle an Bajo- htb Sprng ootbll ....' vay 011 Sundays between Toledo
thoIjlvesiy 01c soS ass:'sl~ss Sp'ilg s::tblprct'ice' sill b l i: and Colntnbus.
mect going tos gist a tsonet-rt andssdance. ilaisday. March 1:52st, onlthe ctampsl aTile Only Line" with 5 trains each
nex mnt. ha scha rmo i u- ea te ym., ti moratta way daily between Toledo, Bowl-
:sl'5ded 1will 1sbe Asee coisotersar: ot :111 ng G~ reen and Findlay.
o'to tcaday'se ipsiper.5tiThe Only Line with 2 trains eacla
pec__ ~ ially new' stsmentl. was- daily between Toledo and
To stick Rubbser ose MSAJOR'S RHUB- I .W .BNET
ER_ CMNT ! ! 'c! 0lt .W.F BNETCapt. Charleston, W. Vs.
tak E MObttlE .T. BewarD, Dogct The Only Direct Line between Tole-
_______________________________________________ do and the Virginias.
Tile popular 'line between Toledo,
For Forty Years Fostoria, Bucyrus, Granville and
Newark.
hull intormation relativeeto aeltes, time ot
G O D E S E P any agent at the Ohia Central Lines.
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER Moulton tiouk, G. P. A.,
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the' pipe. Toledo, Ohio.

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