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October 21, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-21

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T.IE UNIVERSITY 01" MICHIGAN DAILY.

Keep the a
sFeet Warms
Z4
]k hot water bottle is just 4
the thing for cold feet and 4
a sre relief for most aches4
1 and pains. 65c, $1.00, $125 4
y and $2.00 are the prices. 4
9 $1.00 gets a good cne that O
y we can warrant not to leak. ,
SCALKINS - PHARMACY
The Store-
STYLISH DRESSERS
FURNISHINGS
CORRECT FADS
Of all manner of articles that go to
made up a gentlemen's wardrobe
hewn for the first time here.
FISK, CLARK & FLAGGS
Complete line of fine neckwear.
"1. & W." COLLARS, Newest Shapes
Barkers Perfect Fitting Collars.
Night Robes 50c to $1.00.
Laundried Shirts, 75c to $1.0.
Bath Robes $2.0 to $.0.
Fancy Hose 2c to 75c.
Black Hose 124c to 50c.
Mens' Sweaters 40c to $4.00.
Street or Dress Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
Umbrellas 76c to $4.00.
Fine Suspenders l5c to $1.00.
Newest Novelties in
Cuff Links, Shirt Studs,
Collar Buttons, etc.
Kens' Fine Under-
wear 25c up.
Mens' Fancy Front
Shirts 50c.
MACK & O

N. *. etmore,
10(3S. Xmi St. and342 S. State St.
1UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS,
I ~NEW AND SEC;OND -IAND.
HASFULINE II~S OF NOTE .BOOKS, and
(STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
For Forty Years
GOLDIEN SCIEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expressly 4tS tudents' Ulse
"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"
il..wielight, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For
sale only by
DEAN & CO MPAN*Y.
214 South Main Street.

M-vichigan Well Spoken Of in Ohio.
'The tLantle, 1Ohi,,o tto le ulineesity'.4
tieliiiation5speaksi i ctinjliniietary
tlones ef the ireit meet al-reiiiOhio
last ; aeturd-iy at the liaud o (f Miehi-
gr itiltS 1nd 1(15 llut he : gal' WOO COeil
tIrll f reefriel sleggjing zald oet-
iablei'folures. Serahieg of l'teia-
lion of Mlichligvan's facultyrgadn
Ohio Wesleyain, it says:
'ilefaeulty frot-et 1-,Uiiiersity rof
\Mieliiganulieve forbidden their tceul
toplay filyy mere grlis with (tio
d'esleyeii I'll eersity betiuei Itiey
lal~yedltheiir (-(sell Yest, lullier tiie
mne of tus brother, alsoe beeauo' of
slugg itig wh1.ichthey clainedOl . AV. T.
indlulgediniithflrugiett thle gaille.
Thsis greatly tole I'regritted and it
is sotrely lie ereid itt tiIdlOito -Wisle-
ytll l'iversity loiplay 1h11 coa1(1, 1w11
is ln-efessielialioeinail i-ll tuer feel-
ball gael. i~ef a 4:cigce It etieil
by priofe'ssiona~lisli once, iit is a dttiu-
colt fask to reever its lost prestige
alld tile Sooner college teems play
strictly ama'teur fotaill 'he helter it
will hi feerlilt' fair ntamle of aiiuiteiir
slert."
Webster Society Program.
'T'he programl of tile ZWebster Seecietv
fer tomorrow nigtliir will be as Pollews:
IF-odse,. J.G. tMoConkey; realeot. 1=1
A. Mtoere; essay, 3'. S. tPirry; eratit,
F. G. Mason; 1iloprouml)ilus, P. Wbister.
G. IR. Gould. andI A. 31. Cex; debate.
"Resolved, That the senate of tile
United States should be iflboished,"
affirmtmeive, . tL.t'Legg, E. R. Slieetz,.
niegative. Cs. Kingsley alnd A. B.
Evans; speech, E. P. O'Leary; music,
E. I. Tisdale.
WAN\TED-Iloom and board with
German speaking people. Address,
Student, 315 tHnron st. 20

Engineering Society Will Meet.
'111 l l li liii'ii'liP .ii' 'tug illigSit-
cit lfor tis sweek siill 'be hi-d leinsr-
i'(i I lil t tS p. in. lProf. Alexanider
Ziii-il will addreess lihe society*. cl'aii-
A thiee inltails ca1111t1coinvenienttly
ti . e l'Iivie'tfirolniPriof. Nutc's 1re011.
lii,- ttoetitig.isillbtIwhlldIthere', te-
ith- 11t1h. Evteyone iocordi~ily ill-
vited to aItti-iii.
Coliseum Objected To.
TliiiUiverrsity Alumniil .tsoetiin
ill ('icarge olliects to Micitigali's lly-
ing CItieago in lttie Colisenln . 'l'llls-
glevilglDay. .. .jalllesin, Presideni
ill the Associaetion,seas iere yester'day
eiiit arlicil with liiie llal.-lgeelt iii
f~itoe of playing otit of idoors. The
Cr1lttt'ct fore i'Colisetitl lies net a-el
bteenl signed 1111 the swisites of the}
olilill iililiy111',rantled. Tihe iiafl'er
wilit 10 ehidrecided untlil liii' nest
lietilg of -the boatrd.
Ninety-Nine's Practice.
Ninety-nline' liss hail tlheir first feat-
il?. practice yesterday andl fie pros-
peels for' the season seetm to be
'bright. Capt. Stein of lasi yeat'stoani.,
ryes quite liepeful as to 'ills chances
for tile peunant. Lovell, who playeid
!ack in '93 'is nowon1 the team as
right half. 'Mlanager Blown urges
everybody 1o cone out atid try today.
'9 0 SOP LI 'N
-All candidato for the '.99 football
to-sin tare , fe esled to be on the
etupus ud 0 gyotnasium Ibhis of-
lernoon props d(lto play.
F'.' MISBROWN. 'Manager.
Subscribe for the Daily.

W. J. BOTHn. Pres. W. ANOLD, st ice-pts
J. V. SorEENa, 1 Vice-pres.
JOHN C. WALZ, Asst. Cashier.
State - SavTjlls - Baik,
Transacts a general Banking busi-
THE ANN ARDOR SAINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $0,000. Surplus, $150,00.
- Resources, $1,10,000.
OrganIzed ueder the eeral Bkeg Laws
I eths State. anclrsdpois usrd
Isells eschange or the prircipsi cItiesyof he
Uelted States. Drafts cashed pse proper
Identficaton. Safety deposit hares to ret.
Orrlceleol Christiae Mack Pres;. W. 0.
Harrimae, Vce-Pres.; Chs I. Hiscock,
Cashier: 0. J.1Frill Assistat Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BNOrgaledme
tCapital, $10000, Srps ad Profits, $40,000!
Transects a feneral baking bsness.
(Foreifn exrcharge boght aedoold. Frrish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE
Vice Prs
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
sgfLrm1A &Itfaniem1Mnk
Cr. SlenardCHhorseStreet,.
Capital,$50,000. Surplus, '+3,004 Trasact is
general arking business.
I. ifture. Pros. C. .CosrEN, Vice-Pre
Foot. H. 0 Ls .Cashier
CALL AGH AN
9 9 340 S.STATE STRFET
Law Books
F. J. SCHLEED7E.
340 S. STATE STREETT
BoohktBinding- - -10...... 5cets and p
SllO Gold Foutain tes.... -Wl0ad up.
Watcrman and Witven's instock cd
PesiRepaired.
Whocsale sad Retail Paper,0'!, bs. of Li-
enl Paper for t0c.
Buy a good lookinig
ONLY 5oc.
WMt ARNOLO eee
LIANGSTERFERWS
N ICE CREAM SODA 316
s S.
S Most Excellent S
T T
E Choolates A
F Hot Soda. E
,slCa.FOURH endUWASINTON STS' T.
@ MUSICAL !@
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin, Banjo
red Gutar. Instructor in the University
Senqol of Music. 1 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Are Arbor Muaic Co's.
Store to arrange for hours. ...
Holmes Livery
Stable!
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
E Duigtepsteifyears the Toledo
Laundry Co.. have kept their custom-
ers goods insured against fire, a fat
that is appreciated by their patrons
Best of work and Prompt Delivery.
Branch Office 123 South Main St.,
Ann Arbor, Mich

Gunther's Chicago-Candies!
-IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES FROM ,C UP
-AT-
T~ Q4,.., No.yl123IR Washington St
Mummerv's jDruuQ Mor tr. Feeth ave.

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