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October 26, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-26

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'HE UJNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

~CHEST PROTECTORS tNV' emoe
~ AN CHMOI VETS! 106 S. XCain St and 342 S. State St
This is the time of year )UIVRIYTEXT-BOOKS,
3r NEW AND SECOND-BAND.
when we need protection H IAS FULL LINES OF NOEB KSan
9from the raw, ccld winds. 4 OEBOS n
*Achest protector is maccliSUENS 4PLIS
Smore safe to wear than a sweat-STDN 'SUPI .
'V er because yon don't have to4
9leave it off when yonu"dress4 Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
u p." and heing oct of sight, it and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
'V don't make a man lookislouchy4
* at any time. We have them4
for ladies, too -dainty, well ®o ot er
9made and comfortahle. 4FoFrtYes
5 o Cents Upward.
CALKINS' - PHARMACY. 4 GOLDEN, SCEPTRE
~ Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
The Sore- _*" ~xr.P. vo tdtt %I1,~

i

ST'YLISH DRESSERS
FURNISHINGS
CORRECT FADS
Of all manner of articles that go to
.made np a gentlemen's wardrobe
hown for the first time here.
FISK, CLARK & FLAGGS
Compete line of .fine neckwear.
"E. & W." COLLAnS Newest ;Shapes
Barkers Perfect Fitting Collars.
-Night Robes 50c to $1.00.
Laundered Shirts, 75c to $1.50.
IBath Rohes $2.50 to $3.50.
Fancy Hose 25c to 75c.
Black Hose 12'2c to 50c.
'Mens' Sweaters 40c to $4.00.
Street or Dress Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
Umbrellas 76c to $4.00.
Fine Suspenders 15c to $1M.
Newest Novelties in
Cuff Links, Shirt Studs,
Collar Buttons, etc.
'fens' Fine Under-
-wear 25c up.
Mens' Fancy Front
Shirts 50c.
IMi nA C-K &CO

"The Rochester," "The Yale," "'rhe 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 "Reid Star." It gives a pure
4white light, 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 Gnly by
DEAN c& tCOMPANY.
214 South Mrain Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. I First Chess Club Meeting.
''A.Bagage 'lio('Mi" attte Aitons 'r li il' t eottig o)rfithe t nlvt'rsity
~Thete r lonigiti. (Chessti Clubiwill ho told 'Thursday
Itis ~, 'ai".1a,0" Snow' lost Sid evenling atI 7o'cloc-k ill the Eniginooc-
pounids intt urtday's game. ing Library. All looers of tile royal
T'heotluivorsity of California is at gamne are inviteto 0at'eud. It is 151015-
iltosent conducting a swiviu;gtour- able thanto ttorutal hbusittss mooti
nanitxnt. will is' 1e1(1 uitil after ',Hanks-ivitig,
Drt. -Nanse'i will lectreatithl lii- tintge. but re'gtlar iightts for' practice
versitfy of wXiseotl-in atn Is fatiiotto will 1be kept. It is exiseotod that plte
Aitioi'ean totr. tttettihbeshii) this year will ist largt'ly
Tit'~e will iso-aa nottiig of the gitn- iaet' of that oif last yoar, as
isr law (lass at >1). il. tolay it'rof. wtitt stutdentts have already sigoiied
Myeeloit's ra. their Intentriont of joinitng tih' elub. Ttte
1oe'Le r is taken to itie tiraitliig yearly iteuthorolip fee is fifty cent's.
tattle yesterday, making twenity-two it' All alptli'aliotts foe niieobersil:it
all itiluding the eoacets andititit'shiottld 1)0 addressedl to Stalisit Raek-
ager. ts, secrtoby attt rsasutrer, l'si!i'1oi-
to-udlidat's for thte freshtman gleeott01 House.
cltub wililiso exattitted at 4 p.m.ttt e- Valuable Works Destroyed.
(lay itt ltsssst C by li' leader of tIeto
*00 glee c11i1s. Ani Arbor" Argus: Dr. Alfred Hotn-
".1iunis1"' Baird is exp(ected either to - ~in fortiterly of tiete I'.of V., lost
(lay ot' totiortrsw atndsoill tssist ttllpi .a1lls hiousehtold goods, inuouscrip-to.
vosmeltittg ansi insidentally gel in cost- pintinigs antI fagntily psortaits. besides
dilisit to 1p1:' Sal-t taa is fine librasry ott dramtatie art and
°lit'Etiglisitdllttttlrepsorts tliteratutre~ by ltoe recent fire in Detroit.
lia-g e ireaaoi itsett os er -Dr. Hineqttin's library was one of
espcialyin itesoitiitiy uttses asi1hemus t itant of its kind in the
in thte gt'adtiate titpsartlvttt. cotuntry, and besides Fretnch dramiatic
, t1ss Josepinta Vadet', oi'f'T'aver'se works .it contained rare editions of
wCit''ic1sttsi tias tes the "It of 1 1slys in Italian, Spanish and German;
walze an a~a~edtllil th "?. f . among others, annotated edlitions of
Waltzes." 'ploy a s eingtspublishted Caloron's "El Stogies Irodigioso," and
bty Lyon & Healy. of Cticagsi. Goldoni's "Le Donne Ctiriose," the ati-
Stssst of the Vrsity to' i tog oknlsy'nnetationas being marginal, ant ipt-
sigrtIatas'ti1',yeresu siaylt.otsebittg ptltan s1ed 1to Itave been tn-ado by the aiut-
sore as a seti fS'itttid iy' ogatls'. ors. It is a loss which cannot tse esti-
Mlost of thte work was, ttInlocking rsuatetd.
kicks.
'frhe ba eioticandsisates respssnld d tATIt'tt1OSE COi IPt'lO IT)ON.
to laista its Butler's call 1tlttutday Studiettha tiawisht to tmake1u1p Latin
tltsornitig. Ovser fifty,. how''r. itave Prost' fot' entrance to thetsi'tiiset'sity
sigtsifiedsi an ttenttiont to 0011 0e out itt wil inst I nllststt211 at 4 is. itl. ott
1)c111e)pite(lits Iandttifssttrtttith'tS. .TO E'tII It. DRAKE.
Gnnther's Chicago Candies!
--=-=IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES FROM Sc UP
-AT--
No. 1i3 F WasiinetonSr5,
Mummerv y's Drulc Store tGor. Forth ave.

W. J. BOOTH, Prs. W. AoNOLD, tt Viceprs
. V. S055nAs tod Vicepeso
JOHNs C. WAtz, Ast. Cashier
Statg - Savinys - Bail.
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $5000. Srpilusl,0.
Resorces. $1100,000.
Organized nder the General Sanking Laws
of this State. eceies deposits,-bys and
slls exchang on the prncipal cties of the
Cnited States. Drats cashed pon proper
idenification. Safety deposttoes to retk
OrcEs l Chtstian ack Pres. W. D.
Htarrias VicePres' ChatsE. iiscock,
Casher: i. J. Feits Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL A oanz Arbor
Capital, $10,000. Surps and Proits, W40O00
Trsnsacts a general banking business.
ForeIgn exchane bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. n, KINNE re. HARRISON SOUL,
Vice Fes
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
s rer Ifhamrs ink
Cu. Maini and Huron Streets.
Cpta,.$50,000. Sorplus.$0,0.00. Transact a
general bnking business.
. itesse rPes. C. E. Oneese. Vice-Peso
PanED. i. BEoSF. Cashier-
CALLAGHAN
f 340. STATE STREET
Law Books
F. J. SCHIJEBDE.
340 S. STATE STREET
Book Binding- - -L......I... cents and p
Solid Gld Fountain pens-..0..1.00usnd up.
Waterman and Wrt P'es in stck and
Pens Repaired.
Wholesaie and Retail Paper. 3% bs. of Lin-
en Paper for 5W.
ST~ZNS!
A RED - HOT LINE
-AT-
eWMARNOLD, Ledin
HANGSTERFERWS
N ICE CREAM SODA 31
G S.
S Most Excellent
T T
1B ChoolatesnA
F Hot Soda. E
B __ _ _ _ S
RCii. FORTHIIand WASHINGON SS T.
O MUSICAL ! @
Mel Gilespie teacher of Mandlin, Banjo
and Guitar, Instructor in the Uiverity
Schol of Mlusc. 10 years experince as
a ieacher Cal at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours. ...
Holmes Livery.-
Stable!
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
FIRE ' During the past ten
F 111 years the" Toledo
Laundry Co. have kept their custom--
ers goods inured against lire, a fact
that is appreciated by'theirpatrons
Best of work and Prompt Delivery.
Branch Office 123 South Min St., -
- AniiAror, Michi

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