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May 05, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-05

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF &CO.
Merchant
Tailors.
10 E. Wasingtton St. - Up Stairs.
KEYEBS,
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,
,Can frnish you with a first-class Fountain
Fen,.tens and ing repairing a specialty.
-GIVE HIMT A GALL..
Stop!I! Stop !! Stop!!
-AT-
Parker's Corer Store,
STATE ST. AND N. UNIVERSITY AVE
Fresh made Candies constantly in stoch
Call once and you will call again.
IN THE EQUIPMENT Of A
STUDENT'S ROOM,
Iis generally coceded that a stringed in-
strument is almost a abslute necessity. To
secure the greatest enjyment tem the
purchase ,,et the est your meey will afford.
Esperee jud gnsct pronounces the "ay
ate" istruments the finest in the wold
An ecelent instrument is the
-BAY STATE $10.00
BANJO.
WeSo have is stock cheaper banjos
ban this, tottefr a suhstatial, seesic-
aloe instrument, at a low price, no
tpsoer lsreect manactured cau
compare with it.
send tor Illustrated catologue,
JOHN C. HAYNES & Co.,
4;3-463 Washigtn Street, Roston.
Tucker c& Co.
.BICYCLE LI VERY AND SALESROOM
18 North Fourth Ave.
W~e crry a futll line of up-to-date
Bicycle Sundries Slnd parts to many
wheels.
Also Repair Wheels at living prices.
{live us a call if in need of anything
in our line.
TT U OF SM. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
LI m. All appointments first class.
imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' atis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors, up
tfaies I.It.Tossowshl S0. State st.
Na wating lee Columbia sd Hrford
bicycles. No delay and cosequnt annoy
sne. All models and ptters now ready
o immediate delivery. 1897
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
anc made eclsively o 5 per cent Nickl
~SeelTubing, theetiecpro gffTO ALL
Iduct o which we control. "'Ioo ALIKE.
Hartford Bicycles are at prices
within rach of everyone.
x$0,;50, $S5
~Caaoefr Iee frmm ny Clmi
jdele ; ftem us Icr one ncn
POPE MFG. CO.
Hartford, Con. '-
Grest icsyclcory _f
i nthe Werld. Morse thn
1ArsaofFler Spoo.
Branh hunt or dener
$ fI D H ALY will e delivered ~
.__:ntO Commencement oe..... '

Some New MusicĀ®
Isle of Cuba Waltzes.
La Gracile.
Jolly Friend, Two Step.
Five Bells, Two Step.
I Wish I'd Never been a Soldier.
cThe Old Rope Swing.
I Thought You Didn't Care.
I'll Take Care of You Grandma.
.A rinArbor Music (C.o.-,. VASHINUTOASST.
DO YOU SMOKE?
10 Pittsburg stogies tor------. .S-- 5cents 0 Dog Head Clears foe. ..---------25costs
lO16La Princess Stogies for---------2 cents 6 Prodigy Cigars toe. ..---------25 conts
10 First National Stogies foe.------2 cents 6 Paradise Cigars fo-ee. . .1------ 5 cents
6 Yucatan Stogies foe. ..--------25 cents 5 La tDioso Cigars foe. ..--------25 costs
f i11Altonso Cigars for-------------25cnts 4lHarryvClays for---------------5cents
6 Star Cigars foe. . ..-----------23 cents d Owl Roqueiteor--. . ..-------25 cents
o Record tBreakers tor-----------25 cents 3 Royal canners foe. ..---------25 cents
3 Breunwich Cigars toe.. . . . . .IS--------------5cents
44 South Main Street.
! Bicycle Track Will Be Built. tFIRSIT1EXCURSION OF'THE -SPA-
SON TO TOLDRDO.
DAt tlabst miseting of the Ann Arbor Sunday, Mlay 16th, tbc Ann Arbor
t ycleClu'ib, a eoimniilteofith lrees-se 55 iaiirsias will open tile season with
apinilted( to raise sot commoittee of fise an excuion to Toledo. Special train
stis- shall lake charsge of theO coii- will lease Ann Arbor at 10:25-a. in'.
sitrucion of the psropoedi bicycle track tare for the roudeo trill only S0 cents.
Is Whitin-ors' take. Tiic coosicilteo- t fCildren tinder tswels'e years of age,
flist apiniit'id conists 'if s'v-Mta~r half this rate. Lakhe Erie,1Park asnd
Wfilker, cliaiirmansis. Mesr.Iloodlyear, tilefCasiino, sw-blh has afforded such
slRyani, Darling and Alit. Vandass-rker. enjoymnti to onuriPatrouis during icast
'fTise oisiiiitls's'on i'olliiiiiriportodtwisoe'asos, will be popenede on that
'$740 seibsrii d. iut still needs aliens late on a scale of ingniticenoceiiever
$20( moesroIs tikethe tiso li-asurd cin i- I before equlalled by aiiy place of ansti.e-
vsinient. As yi let tesiudrtthbsvo' rsicit in this country. Thsosusands of
sistiscribsil hut sory lhtt', si tthel ii'llars hav-cbeen expsended since last
. ommlittees is its Hoiiiis if scouring thii'rs0e50on nimpr'ovemntsnloand addlitions,
aiii in thte remndelr to N.' rilts<Ai. notable amontg which are Tisomson's
'liii'Cycu' Club deceidliioig-isve all 1lainolls Scenic railwayWorld's Fair
iseis ss-ii usciribte $1i ir more Sicenic . 'ieatei,'M arsden's 'Mystic
is'i'icbcrsliip tktot f tiii'di-l).ASt-A;to'muothiir attractions to lalicer-
snia i' eiililii siill lbe'chosisnU-tott-,oilsto msenltion. 'rue Theafrical En-
adoirn toshe iiwhee f liisse Rli )ihavis ' tia indent ar'ranegoedfor the opeing
stsc-iil Si)5 i-s l i or i' i soItey sayoill be scrictlyfGoat class. Don't
still hlois a inark by whichbthey (',mliliss it.
rfineso he iilpi ... abr itrn1wilcl

The Inland Press
DOES WORK WITH
Neatness and Dispatch
Give them a call.
CUR, HURON ST, AND FOURTH AVE.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock.$50,000. Surplus. $15000.
Resources.$11100000.
Organized undethe General anking Laws
at this State. Receives deposis, buys and
slls echantsen the principal cities ot the
Unted State. Drats cashed upo proper
Identification. Saety deposit oes to rent.
OrFICERS: Christian ach Pen.; W. D.
Harriman. Vice-Pen.; Cha . iscoc,
flashier: M5. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K o ann aArbo
Capital, $10000. Surplus and Prfits, W4,00
Transcts a general basing business.
Foreign exchange bought andold. Furnish
Letters at credit.
E. D. KINNE Pres. HARRISON SOUE.
Vice Fes.
S. W CLARKSON. Cashier.
A rmm ArftIrs f!ank
Co.Sain and uron Streets.
Capital $50000. Surplus 80,000. Transact
general banking boiness.
R. Knurs', Fes. C. E. GnNan Vice Prs
PRE. H. BLSR, Cashier.
IF. J. Sci-leede,
20 S. STATE STREET
Sells a Solid old Fountain Pen at Si-OS
Boohs ound 25 cents and upward.
U. o M5. Scenes and Poessos 3'/ lbs. Lin-
en Paper tee 50 cents.
Note oots cents and upwards.
Lewney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
NOTICE T
We cn now supply you with
a fine FRATERNITY PIN.
See our line of samples.
WM. ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING
Opposite Law uilding $3.00 sntil Say lt
any two classes. Office.
27 Thompson Street.
Just Received a Lare and Elegant
Line of New Pipes !
Hot and Cold Lnches at all hoss. Agents
foe Holer's and Williams and Werner o.s
Chocolate Bn Rons.
R. E.JOLLY & CO.
20 S. State St., Sager Block.
A LARGE LINE OF
Valises, Traveling Bags, Dress
Suit Cases, Trnks, Etc., Etc.,
---AT--
Anton Teufel,
57 . MAIN ST.
FULLER & HIXSON
A Slash ins Prices, Foe a short
time we will
PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CENTS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
22S Stae St Over Roseys Billiard Room.
Sent ]Free!
Te any person Interested Is humane mat-
ters, or who loves animals, we will send ree,
unon application, a copy o the "ALLI-
ANCE." the rgan nf this Society. In addi-
tion to Its intensely interesting reading, it
cntains o the valuable and unusual premi-
ums gives by the paper. Addrems
THE NATIONAL HUMANE ALLIANCE,
410-411 United Charities Buldig, New York.

Philologfical Society.
loti'al Society still lie'held tlilais i~ii.
lie ati 7:81) oeli-k, inulRiiiii:,I-'. lt-i-
sity 11,'i11. A1ctr still hi' reail Iy
I hissed is'eSlln if Letsriiiis 07 1l.1.'
Iit: NN ii be nolltie 11, l lii' il estjllg- i..

Tickets at redulcecl rates for the foli-
loiniig occasions:
Baptistle Young Pt slsle's TUnion of
Aimerica, fChattanooga, Teon., illy i,
to t8.
RistorthLeaguie Inte.-tsatioenil Con-
vention, 'foriintio,Calsada, Jsily 15 to
18.
National Association Local Fire tn-

iii is' hiildslIslig;lit siid noit ' t 5011',sr'nc Age's, St. Lolis. Mo., May 0
it,, 11us1:51lIId"i11. tis10.
' -- I Inquire at ticket office for futrher
informiat ion.
1, i,i s il disi: I lllllills-s'l thtillS e
si ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I: S. li' is' c'sOl I II' '-i---Agent.
1 01 l~t Iiibts iiigil. 11\ 1. itS - I) ''I(bN I.
hIl tIN\Il A fcr ii'ctiiis- lt s t i class i'ei'ng-illResisC- todaly.
Si., 'lsitPhi Esipsis. tarllstolreIi oi 4:1la.I lli.ltidisiciss c~illclciii'ii
fo iith i-i'oicell hipovinig roi ty ris' t I -One sutei'of rooiis. 205
Stiblsorilso for thie Daily S.hut-ills st. $2.25.
!I "THE ONLY VICTORY
j OVER LOVE
is flighut," 4tudd tue onily way to avoid
huyiing cur iiew style soft bosoins shirts
ss'lt wel ott 0nce see thtem. They are all
-tte style for tie coming seasoon,nedb are'
tncle up in an endless variety of mate-
'' -rials, buit ione so ha~ndsomre end new in
" > i Tdo-sign end shape as you will find in
II 1F otir stock of Madrss, Lenioes, Percale,,
+ 1Outiisg Fleiinels, Etc.
Son' 5 Wagner &C.
FURNISHERS, 215S. Main St.

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