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May 10, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-10

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THE UIJVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

JOS W.KOLLAUF&tX1CO
Merchant
Tailors.
10 B. Washington St. - Up Stair
KYE
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,
Can furnish yous sith a fist-class Fountsl
Pe.1eaad Rlgreparig, a speiy.
--GIVES HID A CALL
Stop!! Stop!! Stop !
-AT-
Parker's Corner Stre
STATE ST. AND N. UNIVERSITY AVE
Fresh made Candies costatly in seol
Call once and you will call again.
J FTry the new dinke 'Hillerin."
WOTZKE
Maken to order Womn, and Men'n
Easy Fitting Shoes ill all the
Latet Stles
43 S. Main St. - Upstairs
Tucker & Co.
BICYCLE LI VERY AND SALESROOM~
18 North Fourth Ave.
Wea carry a fol line of up-to-daDe
Bicycle Sundries and parts to toan
wheels.
Also Repair Wheels at liviig prices
Give us a call if in need of alythig
in or line.
U. OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath
1,.rooms. All appointments Sirt class
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' rtis
sic hair dressing ad ahing parlors, fit
lai rs. .. R Tealanowki 300. State t.
No waiting for Columia and Harford
bicycles. No delay and cosequnt annoy.
one. All models and paters now ready
for immediate delivery. 197
STANDARD OF THE WORLD ,
arc mac exclusively of 5 per el Nickel
SleciTobig, the eatire pro- IflTO ALL
dodt of which we conrol. 10 ALIKE.
Hartford Bicycles are at prices
within reach of everyone.
$60. $50, $45
Ctlogecfre from any Colmbis
deler; fouts for onna-cenf
POPESIMFG. CO.
Hartford, Conn. -
Creatst Biyl Factor >.,YI
inihWord. More than a
f7 Acres of Floor Spoo.
Branch hoose or dealer
in almotfeery city and

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Lin
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Some New Music
Isle of Cuba waltzes.
La Gracile.
Jolly Friend, Two Step.
Five Bells, Two Step.
I Wish I'd Never been a Soldier.
The Old TRope Swing.
I Thought You Didn't Care.
I'll Take Care of You Grandma.
201 AND N23EAST.
Ann Arbor Mivusic CoWASHINGTONST

DO YOU SMOKE?
20 Pittsburg stogies eor------- 0-- 5 cents 6 Doe Head Cigarsfor----------25 cents
16 Li Princess htogtes tot---------25cents 6 Prodigy Ciguaseor---- I-------2 eats
10 Pleat National Stories toe.- Goa--- 2 ets 0 Pseadise Cigars lose_________ ___5cents
6 Yucatan Stogies foe- - -t________2 cents 5 La Hioso Cigars toe.. . .IS-------2 cents
ii Aitonso Cigars toe. ..---------25 cents d Harry Clays foe.. . .IS----------2 cents
Starigar-_toe. . . .I cents d Owl Boquets gor.- - -B_________ 2 cents
6 Record Breaters toe.. . .1-------02cents I3tRoyal Banners toe.----------25 cents'
3 Brunswcich Cigars foe----------------------2 cents
IDEAN & COMPANY.
44 South IMain Street.

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Aloha Nu vs. Webster. l ila pcii.Italie night c'stllsilloii-
The alpihao'NilSociety of the 11'terary -folliily- olieci' 'cofthiotught otr~l
departmletidoltieN'Websler SocicoyIlinoiiccsill-111itl ls
of liii'low-deptmioclient ntilljolnt orig inal ittilooe.
debate' Saitrday nightlt 0 1 41l t, A il'lili'',cosi.iloe11sa 1
111 1111n 1w liii' s'lch ciSociety- l. -Int i Iin i-oic l cts n coiil01 ii'-

111sf defea':in iiaIjinlt diteicfor lnily
}e'ars. 'liii'Alplto Nil tOGceliriseltei
liy iliss Nosh.li.. lieioiiei antl C. Som-
11'. 11111liii'W'elt-r 1hr Iltsr,. Ai-
lri,,it, Hyansu hntKitigsl.
'(lie JeffeooilioiiiSociety 1lot lioii
ochatllenigeod lhie-Alpha :\Nilfoo thelii'n
pili~slll. so 'I"itheJeffei'stolii hs iiet'
oano odfeatiedlthie Ade'lpiilSocit-et.
The Graduate Club.
'00111 inittolfr-omtiii iicit l-e.)
'ctmcii i l toil juif nile orI-'igi itnd
wetto'erbcy ttlirot-i5 iii Prof. Sc~ott's
i' ptri'tio'o. 11101 ihe' t.151e' ilciiOcc 'of
ox'iIi')olo a tLiken firom11slt'en t1lpi'c.
PI'oi t Olti'loO totmaikl11sorts of gos-
tliis.rcub iheircn1100000 llthic 1.0c
iw-lnu clulnglein theliiwest sf tlir
-us-u foot-ic' DO's avts lsosVer-ic lt-i
ato1. ll, andlitiglil leit rllric 'Oil as li'
'lout ctitylist- sloiuga1110oiihier tgi"
otllll'sstolls sahich-lIricc itelial Itocosil-
sty inoii in ittle,1'.mightl le loolkiedlii-
otn 000,iifiteraa-vil of thei'Oti~l' 1thur-
voelopmetol wh-ilt-limodethe lic''ildilor
liie 5010105' inivint iworid-senti'ecsoc
list' lollgiotlr'coitois of t leots.
Oniii' cy to ipreventI li:lap1111scc5501
sitggsli'oI S -getrli'rales lotdby
t'e t iclii'cupooria0 libittirl ando tiort'
strillolts (Ictol iiotliof feeling, 'intl
ittgilitillo uen the studtenit cook 111p

ly lby-tPrcfessors 'Taylotr. tHinsdaole10101
Hemielt. astd trof.:Sctt.
'(le presidentilofItie olubihnoinicid
thatitheIlo tily ,}eletlon of ofliuters
woul t11111lo la01cc altliii' 110(0inee'cinig.
ant l 'so t1at1tliiinatier of c-1111 fee'
woutildttoo'takieti il)eliot discussedl.
ClosHess, whalia -lkled from 5011
Ivaittese-i to Neaa-York, iaill cel tichis
e'xpetriencei'oiltliltrdbirs.in1alectuire' ot
st.. Ihis ca-cil A lr. lies-i iaill spieakl
ill G ltcoItiii.
W la(lss Metinlg, toin C. > p. in.
Im'loir. (loas iieiiioritrl rheiti-Wiill
1-OR1 SAt, .lf t coot, lw-i tickets foe
Maly-Fescivl sers'ies., Desirabile reem
ted .eatls. Addtlres It, core t'. of it.
Daoilly.
jiti'l'liii10log t, 2.i1.I. (_'d liii cure i. ,(r_-
leriicooi ll lld etolig. I- c i.
Don't tdelayy our poto sittings. Sit
early- and tavcid the cmishi cf Cia'i-
lloenc'lilcnt. Senior rates to oallocti-
itor's of '197. tiondalla Phtro Studio,
Wasingtonl Block,
TO IRENT--A rnumb~ler of boatsla 0
U. of Mt. hoot house lay lhour or lay.
The Daily has made ar-
rangements to receive a full
telegraphic account of each
game and will publish it the
morning following the game.

The Inland Press
DOES WORK WITTI
Neatness and Dispatch
Give them a call,
COR, HURON ST AND FOURTH AVE.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $0,00. Surplus, $10,000
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organized under the Oeneral Baning Laws
of this Stale. Receives deposits. uys and
sells ehange on the principal cities of the
Cnited States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identificaton. Safety deposit os to rnt,
OrrocERS: Christian MchPes.;I W D
Harriman, Vice-Pres.;0 Chaa E. Hiscok,
Cashier: M. 0.Frtz Asistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONlAL BAN K of ann rbor
apital. $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 40,000
Transacts a general banking usnes.
Foregn echange bought andold Frnsh
letters of credit,
. H), KINNE, Pres, HARRISON SOLE,
Vie Pert
5. W CLARKSON Cashir.
rmrni&1brh~nii tth
Cor Main and urno Steet.
Capital 00,000, Surplus 00,000. Transact
general baning business
R KE, Pes. C, E.GREENaE, Yice Pis
FREn, H, BLSEnR, Cshier.
Fe J. Schleede,
20 S. STATE STREET
Sells a Solid old Fountain Pen at $1.00
Books Bound 25 cents and upward.
. of IMl Scenes and Professors 05z lbs. Lin-
en Paper foe 0 cents.
Note Books 5 cents ad upwards.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
NOTICE I
We can now supply you with
a fine FRATERNITY PIN.
See orur line of samples.
WM, ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING
Opposite Law Building. P0.,00 until Miay 1st
any two classes 011c,
27 Thompson Street.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Lire of New Wipes!
Hotuand Cold Lunches at all hones. Agents
foe Ilnyler's and Williams ad iWeners Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bos,
R. B. JOLLY & Co.
20 S State SI, Sager Block.
A LARGE LINE OF
valines, Traveling Bags, Desne
Suit Caes, Trunks, Etc, Etc.,
--AT--
ANnton Teufel,
57 S. tMAIN ST.
FULLER & HIXSON
A Sash In Prics For ashort
time Nyeiil
PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CETS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
22 e. State t, Over oey's Billiard Room.
Sent Free!
To any pernsInterested Ia humane mat-
ters, or who loves animals, we will send free,
uns application, a copy of the "ALL-
ANOCE;" the organ of this Society In adi-
tion ta its intanely interesting readingela
contain of the valuable and unusual prmi-
umsn glven by ftha paper, Addres
THE NATIONAL HUMANE ALLIANCE,
413-411 United Charitensuildng, New York.

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_Underwear
11FOR
Hlot Weather!
We halve tile Derhy Ribbed Under-
wear It is foiislied awithi a Silk Front,
na doulble wristhands and is thorough-
l y troad P. Orrr French Balhrigan Under-
wear mlade awitho patenat seams avill
puleaose tile moust fastidious. To apprect-
tie the coolness of these garments you
mucst weoar them.
THEY SELL FOR 500 EACH.
Wagner & Co.,
FURNISHERS, 218S. Main St.,

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