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April 13, 1898 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE BEST TAILORS.,W...._-
G.OODSPEED'S.
SUIT OASES""
The righitkind at the righet price.
GOOIDSPEIED'S.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF
118 E. WASHINGON ST. Ann Arbor, Micb.
HO! DRINKERS OF COFFEE

LARGEST SHOWING D)ean & Co.'s Blended Coffee is the result of thirty yeiars experience
in roasting coffee, and produces in the cup a beverage of golden
NEWEST FANCI ES! color and unsurpassing flavor. We sell this coffee at 25c per pound
and venture the statement that no better or more delicious coffee
In Hats, Flowers, Plumes,, caii be had at any~ price.
Ribb Gaxs, Feathers, Orna-
ments, Etc , selected by our 2DEAN & COMPANY.eet
trimmer in N'ew York, under 24SuhMi tet
whose direction hats and boa- University Notes. In il of American ctiets. lcitest it -
nets sold are trimmed. ndaeyatrviii~)
Mo you wrant to see all the C. A. irobee, '0l E, of hci ig, TeWto fl e ontu o
latest, correct ideas, of Spring !vas called bon eterdaono ace ant
Miiner? Visit"this depart- ofthIe illness of his father. Tooa tnn.fs lbdcddt
en,2 :Rothis we. rf.Mebgiwlve)toLnsn t- abl tbanquet in mathe near future, putah-
mnt, ~ o, w e ct ebe ciln1 ~OikI' ably atPrlyta's. A committee con-
(lay Co attntd 0atmeeting tof the ilibhi-
rioing it fMessrs. Danor'th, Jttneo tandl
(a~ii lia' ealiin~t~l~liboad. lamed wao atpcinted to tmake the
ACK CO Thesenor ~iworaorkal ontst ornecescary arrattgemntt.'Theevaii-
he strio ttttsclasday tratott sillt
' iego lay furnished somne -urprines.
beheld tonitght inth ~e law lecttre ronm.
____ _________________Mandetbauns eatd Smith rnadle the high-
]'he commtteretof tite American
S~est stcre Notrth attd South, plus C, and
Hisotrical Assottiationithe tteacinoetg
ocf history itn secondtary schottlsnmet in
pluu lb.
S Is Atnn Arborlactstweele antidiscuissed
cttllegertttratncerreqttirenslits his- 'The Wtttman's Leageinittnds giting
EAS [R SF 0 S! toc;e cmmtte tfA.P a ilay immediately after tesrn a
WRIGiT~TERScO.Atiao (if ('allure,"by Annie Elliott Trum-
Bl.Inoitations are tt be isnued in
ROCl1ESTER N.Y.' Johns o lpkitts; Lucy Al. Salmon, of,
°< Vassar; Cleo. L. Fox, of Yale; C. B. (hr tear futre. Thr performattte will
Harkeins, of Wisonsin; H. AMorse Steph- be given in the Baurbour gynmnasiunm,
ens, of Ctrnell; A. ('. McLautghlint, f probably on May 6th. After the pre-
Michigan, nentatiotn a reception and dante will be
The followitig substcripotiotsto ltit hi- hteld from CC to 12ocltick. The person-
cycle fund base beent received: Br.. nel ttf the runt hasnontt yrt beetntie-
BE ;Walker, $1; Mt. etnd tAre. Finey, $1.25: nouattend.
Alfret inney, 255; Edward C. Taylor. The Detroit Comedy Cletb will pre-
1ictq but the L~atest ;25;Po.'icei$1Sndalsb et
$wery'.tbtng but the Ordiinary t2r Po.MenIt ed l u - ntAugustus Thomas' Aletbamta"at
" scrriptions to IIlts 2M. Gaodrieh. presi-, the Ypsilanti opera bonsertomorrttw
Wee ire showing, the larget and, dents oftice, Utniversity Ball. night. There are foureld Michigan
most complete lino of All members of the debti r Society men in the east, Karl F. Etarrinman,
m owho intend ttt eiter the preliminary '96, Phi Kappa "Pni; Edwin Denky, '96,
!cenetest to ehoose representatires in the Phi Delta Phi; John W. Anderson:,'9t
debate woiCh the Jeffes iact Society- L, Chi Psi; Chan. T. A lexander, '90, Psi
should prepare tn support the negative Upsilon. Quite a 'delegatian frotm Ann
8prin "
of the question: Resolved, That party Arbor will be present at tbe perform-
lines should be disregarded in the choice sne. The U.. of M. Comedy Club will
F o tw a of the council and admsinistrative of- oceupy several boxes.

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W. J. aBOOH. Pres. W. Anotust Vie-prs
J. V. SnEoA, 2 Viceprs
JOHN C. Wal. Ast. Cashier
State - SavillS- Banlk.
Transacts a general Banking bust
ness.
Cor. Main and Hron Streets.
Capital, $50,00. Srplus, $0,00. Transact a
general banking business.
I. It SMPF, Pes. C. E. GasNus Vice-Prs
SREDn . . snn RCaker.
THE ANN ARBOR SAINGS DANK
Capital Stock, $30,000. Srpus, 1115,0.
Resources, $1,10,.
fOrganised under the General Banking Laws
ufthis State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells echangen the principal cities of the
Ueted States. Drafts cashed pn proper
Identiicaton. Safety deposit oes to rent.
Orconot Crstan Mack Pree W D
Harriman, Vce-Pres: Chas E. hscock
CashiertM.. Frito Assistant CashIer.
FIRST NATIONAL BN of Ann Arbor3
Capital, 11100,00. Surplu and Proits, $4,00
Transacts a general banking business.
Foregn exchange boght and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
. 13. KINNE, Pres. HAtRISON SOLE.
VicePrs
s. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
C. f. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wail Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating
painting, frescoing, tinting and aper
banging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decortor,
KLEIN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILOR,
Latest Novelties in Winter
end Spring Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One block west of University.
PIPE SAL1E T
FOR THE NEXT WEEKf.
Just received a fresh supply of Alegretti, ad
Williams and Werers Chocolates. Largest lins
in the city.- -
Lunches at all hours.-
R. B. JOLLY & CO.
108 South Stat Street.
EOOHST 0IR.
A good Base Ball and Bat is just
the thing to develope your
muscles.
We have every varity from 5c
to $1.25.
Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Basea Ball Suits made to order.
Prices are right.
WAHR'S BOOK STOE
Pp Town - Down Town
S. Stoes. Oppsstsount~ouaeo
Ason Arbor Main oh.

EVER SHOWN.

We Are Laying

SEE ER $3.00 SHOES IN BLACK'FrYuEATRNCW R!
!R TAN, VESTING TOPS. FrYu ATRNC ER

a aipartment, 1s floor.
ACK & CO.

A most brillibant line of neckwear of every descrip-
tion is awaiting your selection. Keep 'in line with our
furnmishings. ________________

123 ouch flain Street.

Furnishers.

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