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May 10, 1898 - Image 4

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THE UNMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Millinery
/71 /
LARGEST SHOWING
NEWEST FANCIES
In Hats, Flowers, Plumes,
Ribbons, Feathers, Orna-
ments, Etc., selected by our
trimmer in New York, under
whose direction hats and bon-
nets sold are trimmed.
Do you want to see all the
latest, correct ideas, of Spring
Millinery? Visit this depart-
ment, 2d floor, this week.
MACK & Co.
LADIES' SHOES!

Fiteo et Weareo"
We throw in this Latin motto with every pair
of our celebrated
Cornell Shoes
$ 3 . FOR LADIES,
MFOR MEN.
GOODSPEED'S.
119 South Main Street.
JoS. We KOLLAUF
118 E. W SHTINGON ST. Ann Arbor, Mich.
HO! DRINKERS OF COFFEE
Dean & Co.'s Blended Coffee is the result of thirty years experience
in roasting coffee, and produces in the cup a beverage of golden
color and unsurpassing flavor. We sell this coffee at 25c per pound
and venture the statement that no better or more delicious coffee
can be had at any price.
DBAN & OOMPANY.
214 South Main Street.

We are showing the largest
most complete line of

and

University Notes.
E. H. Humphrey, of Detroit, was in
town yesterday.
The annual dual track and field meet
between Chicago and Illinois will be
held next Saturday.
Michigan's football schedule next fall
will be a good one. Games will be
played with Chicago, Illinois, Purdue,
Minnesota and perhaps Northwestern.
Tickets good for any six games of the
remaining baseball are now on sale.
Members of the Athletic Xssociation
only may buy them. Price, $1.50. Tick-
ets admitting to any ten games are also
on sale at $2.50.
It is understood that Dr. C. 13. Nan-
crede goes to the front shortly as major
surgeon in the U. S. volunteer army.
Dr. Nancrede has held the position of
professor of surgery in the medical de-
partment since 1889 and the vacancy
caused by his absence will be a hard
one to fill.
It is now definitely settled that Mich-
igan and Illinois will come together
May 18 in a track and field contest. The
meet will be held at Regents Field and
will be the first event of the kind ever
held there. The Illinois team is strong-
er than ever this year, and last Satur-
day overwhelmingly defeated Purdue.
Th1e details will be announced later.
The secretary of the Peninsular Ora-
torical League sends word from Detroit

that Milton W. Guy's oration has been
received and approved by him. This
assures Ann Arbor a place in the final
contest to be held here Saturday even-
ing, May 28. Grand .apids will not en-
ter the contest, but Detroit, Kalamazoo,
Bay City and East Saginaw will doubt-
less make it warm enough for Ann
Arbor.
Chicago Inter-Ocean: The wedding of
Miss Mary Angell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William T. Angell, and Frederick
W. Scullin, of St. Louis, took place yes-
terday morning at Holy Angels church.
Rev. Father Tighe officiated. Miss An-
gell is a niece of Dr. James B. Angell,
the Minister to Turkey, who is also the
President of the University of Michigan.
About 200 guests were at the wedding,
which was very simple, there being no
attendants. The young people have
been acquainted only a few months.
Mr. and Mrs. Scullin left last evening
for a wedding journey. They will be at
home upon their return in the Vincen
res. It has not yet been decided wheth-
er they will reside permanently 'in Chi-
cago or St. Louis.
Mrs. Ross Granger will continue the
Monday and Saturday evening parties
from 8:30 to 10:30 p. m. 25 cents per
couple.
MISTAKE MADE.
Owner of a Columbia bicycle took an-
other by mistake from the postoffice
last night. He may get same by re-
turning the wheel taken to Daily office
at 7 o'cloek. tonight.

W. J. Boon. Pres. W. ANoLn,1st Vice-pres
. V. snEEHAN, 2 Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALz. Asst. Cashier.
State -Savino s- Badl.
Transacts a general Banking busi
ness.
Cur. Main an Ruron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, 6t,000. Transact a
general banking business.
R. RKEMPF Pres. C. E. GEEN, Vice-Pres
PRED. H. BELERc Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,100. Surplus, t150,000.
Resources,$1,100,000.
Organized underthe General Banking Laws
of thIs State. Receives dosits, buys and
sells exchange on the princpal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety depoosit boxes to rent.
OFFIcEas: Christian kack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. HisCock,
Cashier: II. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK"organised181
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 40,000
Transacts a general baning business.
Foreign exchange bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
vIce Pres'
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. li MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decortor.
KLEIN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILOR
Latest Novelties in Winter
and Spring Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One block west of University.
BICYCLES
Built to order, Repaired and
Enameled, at 106 North
Fourth Avenue.
Win. J. Wenger.
A FULL LINE OF BICYCLE SUNDRIES IN sTOCK
CHAPIN BROTHERS,
(successors toHunter & Chapn.)
MANUFACTURERS OF 411
Dental Instruments and Fine Ianchnery
Special attention gven to Bicycle Repairing
BICYCLE LIVERY-Prices Reasonable.
No. 113 E. Lberty St. Ann Arbor.
ORUSHBS a-
Fresh Strawberries and Pine Apple and
the bst quality of Ice Cream.
PHOSPHA'TES, -
Finest Fruit Juices and Artesian water
used In our TT 7
SODA

Ladies'
Footwear
EVER SHOWN.
SEE OUR $3,00 SHOES IN BLACK
OR TAN, VESTING TOPS.
Shoe department, 1st floor.
MACK &CO
Golf Suits, Crash Suits, White Duck,
Tennis and Golf Trousers.
MACK & CO., third floir, elevator..
Remember!- We handle a fine line of
Clothing, Men's and Boys, as well as
Haberdashery. Clothing on lthird floor.

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Madeespeciall for u
of bright anti dreasy st
but fob pattei
will sho you the or
123 SOUTH MAIM sTREE

s. They consist
yles many lihes
rn. Our window
'eams for S.49.
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MACK & CO.

200 F. Washington 316 S. state

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