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October 13, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-13

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THE uNIVL4RSIT'Y OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Keep the'
I
Feet Warm4,
A hot water bottle is just6
the thing for cold feet and6
a sore relief for most aches6
and pains. 65c, $1.00, $1.215
9 and $2.00 are the prices. 6
y $1.00 gets a good cne that
Y we can warrant not to leak.
CAL.KINS' - PHARMACY,
The Store-
MEN'S FUIRNISIINiS.
We have greatly enlarged this de-
partment of The Store giving it a
prominent and convenient section
the first floor next to the entrance.
This section now contains all kinds
of furnishin s, such as you look for
among first-class hiaberdashers.

OUTFITS
FOR
GYMNASIUM
WORK ..

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SWEATERS
SHIRTS (NO SLEEVES)
SUPPORTERS
LONG STOCKINGS
SHOES
MANSTREET.

- - Brighter than
Klondike Gold
Our window is blazing with the
brightest, richest, nobbiest things
- _ in Neckwear ever shown, They
are high values at Low Prices.
Yon will see them nowhere else.
Notice the-"Reds."
PURNISHEORS.
coa ws s 1253 S. Main St., Ann Arbor.
Lamps Expressly 4o. Students' Use
"The Rochester,' "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection,"
"The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
OIL Every student -should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
wielight, is odorless. and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered (in any part of the city in our cans at l0c per gallon. For
sale only by

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SILK UBEILLAS.
Men's best Ottomenhior Carols
Silk Umbrellas, Sterling Silver
Mounted, 28 inch size, $1.10.
Men's Gloria, Steel Rod, 28 inch
Umbrellas here at S5c.
MEN'S FINE; NECKWEAR.
FISK, CL.ARK & OLAGGS.
Complete line shown for the first
tinie in this city.
Correct Shapes and Style.
EF. & W." COLLARS, Newest Shapes.'
4 Ply, All Linen Collars, best
:Styles, selling at 2 for 25c.
X~en's Fiaest Dress Shirts, open
front and- back, the $1.50 kind, at
$1.00.
Men's Best Made Unlaundried
Shirts, all linen front, continuous
facings, reinforced at every point,
Wamsotta Cotton, short and long
front, at 50c.
GO9LF liOSE*
New Color Combinations, the
medium price and the handsomest
designs shown, at from 50c to $2.00.
Golf Tops, All Colors, Wec.
Men's Sweaters.
A Superb Line--Rolling Collars,
Turtle Neck, Small Collars, Plain
and -Fancy 'Colors In Wool and
Worsteds, $1.00 and op.

IDEA N & COMPANY.

214 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
tcble -'lone iapprioaich1to0 the south
0oa iin, o- 1tle boile'r house is heili
put1 in.
' (1188cassof 't}) will 101d thteir tinst
sil prsit 1 (ringer's InettFrids,
('5 1151113'
lie inte'rior 01fiti' 11ew'electrlic
110we1 -tation11received litslfrst c(001 0o
1)1111t,'s'-terii'1.
, is' senior lase' class sill h1theiol
electioni of claiss'offcs inextt 'Iilyi
litouin 1111" 1th111' aw'lecelto 11011.
It. (. 'le'irge '190itL1, iCracileinig ini
Deitroit. Ito is in Levi ti Giffit-s
offiee ii lhe'"I1'jestic Buiiliing.
Thseire'ire now ahout 1.10 studeiits ill
thi botany depairtment. This-'is ithe
lairgest nunihs' thealt(lie slelartnieiint
his evrer held.
Onie Iliinb pressure sail six low pres0-
sure boilersecosuming six toins o
-oal daily, ire nceessiry now to beat
the Univeroilt-.
C'andidates liir lbsefeet. Mandolin
land Guitar Clubs wvili lbe examinedi
Friday at 4:21is the rooin next to his
engineer's library.
Mhr. and MIrs.('rainger hi~ave iiivited
the ladles of the University to enjoy
a short programn of dances at t(licad-
coy Saturday afternooii
The S. L. X- piospectus Caineot
y'esterdaylsnd Is theidsiniest and best
for years. Copies may be obtained at
the bx office in the main hail.
Thieis will be- a nmeetin of candi-
dates foo tbi. yeai's U. fM.bandlat
7 oa'ciwk- oni ht.It will be :held on
lbs third floo. over 'Cilkins' drug store

'and 'illsvhio deshre's' tils esist iss'
there, is 5thi'eisis - infuyChioice'will
Sea til" of i)-.l usisl-. Iis isbs
Iultisisastlihelis'aimlinit' is osle -sup
11511111 d 1t:iof gis'n'555'1 helslO"n
4il liw' is' the si itsei'ssi'nle aslda
mee'5tilng s''sst1 5' il te~liiseniiti (11'r-
tai'z1ed tsii' the yeii. It is their'isi-
tei"?isii to gus- a1sties 0 olls'u donsil's
thsis w'itein xi 111gi -' teasenly°.
Miss'Mibilss . 1 obill.)(oriell'8,
wistostheii'He'st oser Ssniiia7' of hiei
icousin.itls. WOill 1'stiller Ihe is oii
liii way shismie fromni "ilidison NOWis.
s% lure shiialensdesdthse lecent IKappa
AlisaiTtti.aconvsenition is atdelegate
firom the soroity itUCoirnell. Shs'
sipest yesterday ssills the Iloa i chptei
ot t.i. -'iisslt).
1hs first isieting of tie - svanced
Class at (lie 1TUiversiv y chiool of Dano-
aung will 'be Wiednesdaty evening, Gel
13, it S o'clock. In coninection with
(Isis cliss are given the S.aturday even-
ing progirampartlies. The terms are
!fo to' semoeserof (hremonthis,
wic piirsice entitles pupilst boils
Wiedinesday and Saturday evenings.
AsImissisia for a single evening is 5
cents a couple.
MUSIC.
'Course. 1 andi' i will be given in
Room 12, 'Tappan Hall, at hours an-
nounced. Courses is, aa .ndl111awill
be given in Room C. Course aIn i
Room 0, on M onday and Wed nesday
-at 4 p. m. A. A& STANLEY.

W. J. BOnOHres. W. ANOLit Vice-pres
J. V. SEnEsAs,22Vicepres
JOHN . WAMt, Ast. Cashier.
State - Savinls - Ballk,
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS ANK
Capital Stck, 55,0. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,00,00,
Organized under the General Banking Laws
oif this State. Receives deoits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
I United States. Drafts cashed pse proper
Idetification. Safety deposit baes to rent.
OrFICES:s Christian NMak res-s W. D.
Harrimna, Vice-res.; Chas E Iiscock,
Cashier: . J. Friti Assstant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BA NK Ann Arbor
Capital, $10,000. Surplus and Prfts, $4,001
Transacts a general bankng business.
Foreign exchange bought andold Furish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, res. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice res
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
'OC mm&rhrnr5fut
Cor.MaiHand Huron Streete.
Capital, $50,00. Surplus, $0,0000. Transact a
geerai basking business.
R. K oEr, res. C. E. CoRNoE, Vice-Pres
.PFED. Ai. ISEo Cashier.
CALLAGHAN
f 340 S. STATE STREET
F 1_WXM§
Law Books
F. J. SCHLBEDB..
340 South State Street.
Biook Binldig................:5cens sd up
Solid Gold Fountain tent... $01.00 and up.
Wiaterman and WiNrt lens is stool and
Pens epaired.
Whoesale and Retail Paper.1'% bs. of Lin-
en 0'aper for 50c.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Lin.e of Nqew Pipes Y
not and Cold Lunches at all hour. Agents
for Hluylers and 'sislliams ad Werners Co.'s
Chocolate non icons
R. E.JOLLY & CO.
508 Sout State Sreet.
Music Stutdio
PIANO AND
COMPOSITION.
R. H. KEXIPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
22 SOUTH DIVISION STREET.
COBETT- FITRSIMMONS
YERISCOPE
Saturday,Oct.16
F RE t Duingthe past ten
$$Iyas the Toledo
Laundry Co. have kept their custom-
ers goods insured against fire, a fact
that is appreciated by their patrons.
Bet of wotk and Prompt Delivery.
Branch, Office 123 Sout Man St.,
Ann Arbor,'Mich

MACK

& CO.

Gunther's Chicago Cand ies!
- ."IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES FROM 5c UP
--AT-
Mumnxmery's . Dr1'ug Store No ormFourt aSi

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