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June 10, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-06-10

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THE UMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

M oilnery
Department
2nd Floor
FOR-
Bargains'
Shoe
Department?
1st Floor.
LADIES SHOES
OXFORDS
and SLIPPERS
At a RedCction.
"See our Three Buckle
Bicycle Boot. ",
MACK -& Co
Golf Suits, Crash Sults, White Duck,
Tennis and Golf Trousers.
MACK & CO., third, loor, elevator.
Remember! We handle a fine line of
Clothing, Men's and Boys, as well as
Maberdashery. Clothing on third floor.
MACK & CO.

DRESS CASES
Better Stock-Better Work and More Im-
provements than ever shown before. Largest
stock in the city and at right prices.
GOODSPEED'S.
117 South Main Street.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF
. TAILOR
Makes a specialty of Graduating and Full Dress Suits.
18 E. WASHGTON ST. AnnA 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 he had at any price.

DEAN & OO M PANY.

214 South Main Street.

Regents' Meeting Yesterday. -
The Board of Regents met yesterday
and transacted considerable business.
The following appointments wcre made:
B. P. Bourland and C. D. Frank, in-
structors in French; W. H. Wait, Ph.
D., assistant professor of Greek, salary
$1,200; W. H. Butts and Albert W. Whit-
ney, instructor in mathematics, to take
E. A. Lyman's place; H. G. Timber-
lake and Julia W. Snow, assistants in
botany, salary $750; E. J. Flengal, in-
structor in German, salary $900; J. B.
Johnston and Mrs. F. E. Langdon, in-
structors in zoology, salaries $900 and
$500 respectively; Juliet Butler, John

University Notes.
Prof. B. A. Hinsdale contributes to
the June School Moderator the second
part of a critical and historical article
on Horace Mann.
James H. Prentiss, general secretary
of the University Alumni Association,
and Miss Edith Noble, daughter of Mrs.
A. L. Noble, will be married on Com-
mencement Day, June 30.
The Students' Christian Association
will give a warm weather entertain-
ment at Newberry Hall on Friday even-
ing. It will consist of the pantomimes
"Pygmalion and Galatea" and "The
Photograper," a few shadowgraphs and

W. J. BooTH, Pres. W. ARNOLD,1st Vice-pres
J. V. SHEEHAN, 2d Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALZ, Asst. Cashier.
State Savings - Bank.
Transacts a general Banking btsi
ness.
T rmrr r d nir M~nk
Cor. Main and uronstreets.
Capital, 850,000. surpius, $30,000. Transact a
general banking business.
R. KEMF,Pres. C. E. GREs, Vice-Pres
FRED. H. BELSER Cashier.
THlE AN~N ARBOR SAYINS BANK.
Capital Stock, SM00. Surplus, 8150,00
Resources,S1,00,000.
Organized under the General Banking Law,
of this State. Receives deposits, bys ad
sells exchange o the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Idetification. Safety deposit boes to rent.
OrFICERS: Christian Mack Pres' W 0
Harriman Vice-Pres.; Chas E. AIscock,
Cashier: R. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL oBANKOgAsiArbo
Capital, $100,000. Surplu s and Profits,,000
Trassacts a geeral bakisg business.
Foreign exchange bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
Es. D, INNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
S. W CLARKSON, Cashier
C. l. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wal Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty offine interior decorating
painting, frescoing,tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. l MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decortor.
KLEIN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
TAILOR
Latest Novelties in Spring
and Summer Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One block west of University.
BICYCLES
Built to order, Repaired and
Enameled, at 106 North
Fourth Avenue.
Wn. J. Wenger.
A FULL LINE OF BICYcLE SNDRPs IN sTOCK
CHAPIN BROTHERS,
(successors to Hunter & Chapin.)
MANcrACTRsEo orSF
DentalI nstruments and Fine iachinery
Special attention given to Bicycle Repairing
BICYCLE LIVERY-Prices Reasonable.
No. 113 B. LIberty St. Ann Arbor.
CRUSHES
Fresh Strawberries nd Pine Apple and
the bes quality Of te Cream,
PHOSPHATES a.,
FPnest Fruit Juices and Artesian water
used in our
00 . SODA.
20 .Washngon ale S. Stats

McClellan, E. Cieverdon and F. C. a musical program. The proceeds are
Batchelder, assistants in zoology; Dr. to pay for the dishes which have been
Darling, clinical lectrrer on oral path- used at the socials held every Friday
ology; Louis P. Hall, instructor in dent- night during the last year. The admis-
al anatomy, $900; P. B. owell, demon-
strator of mechanical technique, $500; J. sion will be 13 cents, or two for 25 cents.
W. Minerd, demonstrator of operative T
TO CHtCAGO-TO ST. LOUIS.
dentistry; S. J. Anderson, demonstrator Leave Ann Arbor at 7:30 a. m.
of prosthetic dentistry. Arrive at Chicago at 2:40 p.m.
It was recommended that gymnasium Arrive at St. Louis 6:52 p. m.
work be made compulsory and that Same day.
credit be received for work done. Prof. Via Ann Arbor railroad and Wabash
credit be reive fr yw r' dne Prof. Continental Limited. This is by far
Vaughan was given a year's leave ot the fastest time ever made, and the
absence to take up duties as surgeon Continental Limited the new fast train
of the Thirty-third Michigan. Prof. of the Wabash, is the finest train ever
Huber will take his place temporarily. run between these points. Free chair
cars Milan to Chicago or St. Louis.
A vote of thanks was tendered to the Close connections for Kansas City and
heirs of Theodore R. Chase, of Detroit, the west. 200
for a fine coliection of records and cor-
For sale-First-class, Rbmington type-
respondence conoernin~g altml of the writer No. 2; first-class in every respect;
University. $40.00. Call at 713 Catherine st.
All Silk Stripe French Flannel Shirts
-Regular price $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00
FOR______________
'$198DURING THIS WE.

WAdNE & CO.

Furnishers.

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