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May 26, 1897 - Image 4

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THI+ UNIVERSITY OF MICH-IGAN DAILY.

JOS. WKLIF&GCO.

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Fine Black Suits a specialty. B uy--

A-UIAR
A VIOLIN,
for less money than anywhere in the United States

10 E. Washington St. Up Stairs.
The Man in the Moon
may et be thirsty, but if he weree, he wol
. . . . . c illia t . . . .
Parker's Corner Store,
STATE ST. AND N. UNIVERSITY AVE
asnd ot as Ise cram Soda or some f hi
ther Seft Drilase
PAseAtR i- f nd at every Ball Came with
Fruit Drisiasd Peasuti
RyBS
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,
'Cae furnish yea ith a first-cass Fsntas
Ee.lead isg reairise a speciaty.
-GIVE HIMl A CALL.
Tucker &Co.
BICYCLE LIVE Y AND SALESROOM
18 North Fourth Ave.
We carry a full line of up-t-date
Bicycle Suidries and parts to many
wheels.
Also Repair Wheels at living prices.
,nive us a call if in need of any thing
in orline.
IN THE EQUIPMENT OF A
STUDENT'S ROOM,
Iisigeaeati yconccded that a crisged i-
str met is amoatabsiit necessity To
securecte gratcst erotyiiirt from te
purchaseet thiebest yoor moneywiiilafford.
expet oulimeit roonces the "tBy
Sate' instumeos te biist is the wond
As excellent istumet is the
BAY STATE $10.00®
rov i ve iein slachcheaierbnjos
a llaatiis),ii for asiibtantial. l e
S -ille istruicet, at a it l i i 3 io
I. r n-ristrmeneit maafctoccdcas
iimparc with it.
Soiio forilstated colsogue,
Jio N C.HAS N iNS& C01.
41,3-463 W~,tigtrn itlirrr tt, il-slo.
ITT Pi M. IAVINil tAtlt A ii, -
ti. room. Aul iiitim iss'txtla-.
-ioiiced aod domsti cgir. L-doirari-
-i";r dressiog ad iatiiiripailirs, up
T. RTroani s liii . ttst.
,TNo waiing for Colsmhia and Hartford
bicycles. No dely sd conequent annoy
ane. All models sd ptteso now redy
for immediae delivery. 197
STANDARD OF THE WORLD9
re mde exlsively of S per cent Nickel
Steel Tbing, the esirepro- IlTO ALL
doct of which we contrl ~~ ALIKE.
Hartford Bicycles are at prices
within reach of everyone.
$60, $50,$15
Catalogue tree from any Colmbia
-dealer ; froas for on-ert
reatest Bicyle Factory y
T7As oFoorc Spiyad
WA 10i&GU, AMtNS,
21 S. MAIN ST.

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Before Commtencemnent.
Just the thing for vacation.
21... 5AND 03 ETAST.
Ann Arbor Music CoWASIGO T
DO YUSMOKE?
i0 Pittsburg stogies for- is-------5censo6I fog Bead Cigars for----------25 censl
16 La Princess Stogies for.------25 censo6 Prodigy Cigars for.--------25 cens
10 First Notional Stogies for-s---5cents e Paradise Clears for---1----5 cens
6 Yucatao Stogefo fr -----------5 cests 5 La nioso Cigars for------------2 cens
11 Alfoso Cigars for.----------25 cents 4 Harry Clays for.------------25 censt
6 Sloe Cigars for.-------------25 cents 4 Oat Boquets for.------------25 cens
6 Record Breakers for.---------25 cents 3 Royal Banscrs for--------25 cents
3i Bronswich Cigars for --------------25 costs
IDEAN & COMPAN-Y.
44 South Main Street.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES, I Medical Lectures Ended,
The junior medics have received Dr. Hubie's lecture on the Sympa-
flu-ir class cimues.tfetic System last Monday evening
The excursion Prains for Detroit concluded his series, aid -as the last
:tul cly will leave at 9 and 11 ai. in. spescial lecture of this college year.
With the excepstion of Mr. Jonas, Tue special lectlure coarse, wich blm
wotwxiii be iii-Ness York, the min- liroved very valuable atdditions to file
tiers of tfit ulstyi 'of tisSchool of recoulor medcal ss-rkc, wsere lieglinliy
-Musicswilsilendthfitssummer in Ror-
Otis. Dr. VaughaItiLoa falswithi a stoidy cf
Tichemefan Debiting Club of ftse fliiilciiic Acid-and lts Uses in
l~osv Diporfausit elected officers tFri- Treating Tuberculosis." Dr. Mec' or-
dia- fur the fall teriol as follos: rich's lectures sit Hereity, shici fat-
P'resicliut, A. J. l~y-nd; sice-ipresident, loisedi, iresentted a clear ictuire of tiii
t. N. Ksinne; secretary, W. L. lOxtoby~; ldeve-lopmient of the nosy existing the-
critic, {s. C. Fiufroek; seriiu~olt-at-
incus, H. F. Ales. orie,audsiosvetd of svhat piractictil
Teserv-ie their intelligent appllicatioii
cli onstitut ion of ills S. C. A.,
ivicm hcafien in thseiourse of ri- Wiili be to ftse hictiani.
visiin in aoti'rliW permiit tuiii os ithi Tile seriesonftse Syimpathmetic Sys
tie Y. M. C. A.,swille its cussedl this tonti, jus iInishiedlby Dr. Holir. s
ci-entog after this ,egitclrsirr eel- tif ispeialiinterext in thatcit iiwilet
tu.The isatterswil libe finally ticted onaprofurevuslch ii
i-ponii Iy the misemrsiext Maitiy
cnieirnied in 801111'of the mitii o bosiure
aindlat thi samttime istsmst imtpaotant
iontfotrget ft caiiion rts itoutr ness' hilsiolg il lieiatnc
cuci Ilarge stores, 'Nos. 4, ft aiiil 10I<. -
Libety t. e ae shwin aeaui- n ile-s at the skill and p crsser-
fist asortitie3it ti Furitusre, Carplet;;a snlessary in investigationis at
d till lrctlisrit'a. this kiidcancciiei'forised omnly when
F1,11\i.'1i'l'lNI'l" ElR 501251+. it is undterstoodl that the iiltimiate
tei'iiu-tioits of tues nervs canotlie
A svliitcr silk fan swas last atiEliite
fienniy Siccial iniftse W'cteriiiclli i- tracedI withouit the use of the tightest
stumt ifis tought. Ifthfe' iersanitos-k1'esss'ts of the Ilticroacatle.
tiounds it swill ieliver it to fDr. -Moshier. '-Tie aeverail cotirss of spiecalleesi-
ftseoswner wiil be 11osf grateful. lures hicve bien of great lienefit tromt
F OOTND- A bicycle a fesw days ago boiftiiui'ly scientific andi practical
standing in ix public biceycle rack and ";lclliifiats. and oppiortuniity is here'
eidcenmtly forgoften by the ownersi. 113m- ,tfakeni tii exte'iid tsetihanks of the metd-
lss calledlfticsoscon, soirae swill lie tl tiii a telcuesD
-fc. gud uessit '2tisyti liii l,1Vetughacni,IDi'. Me~lurrieh andI Dr.
rciiming and it-rosilto rl~ty fiiind ie'
thaying Car flitsnitics. Furthesr iii- _____________
foaliltian mliy be litil onh Iis malitter' Fir Scale-At a lass price, Nii. 6Iiehm-
by oaddressiig Y, cire f. of M. Daiily, ingtaim tyipessiter in excelletmm s' idi-
Cfity. tiiiu. Ailireos Rax 3033t, City.

The Inland Press
DOES WORE WITH
Neatness and Dispatch
Givc them a col.
COR, HURON ST AND FOURTH AVE,
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Srpus, $15aste.
Resoure, $1,10,000.
Organized nder the Genera Basing Law.
f this State. Receives deosits, buy and
sels exchange on the pinpal cities of the
tlnited States. Drafts ashed upon proper
identtcation. Safety deposit oes to rent.
OFICES: Christian Mash Pes.t W. D.
Barriman, Vice-Pet.; Chas F. iscoc,
Cashier: R. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL DANK of Ass Arbo
Capital, $100,000. Srps and Prestot, $4,00
Transacts a general hnking usinems.
Foreign exchange bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E D. INNE, Pres. HARRISON SOLE,
ice Pres
s. W. CLARESON Cashier.
sor. Sain and lisron Stee
Capital 550,000. Srpls $;i0,000. Tranact
general banisg business.
B. KnoE.Fi res. C. . CocENE, Vie-Pes.
FEn. . Bu1ssun, Cashier.
F. J. Scitleede,
20 S. STATE STREET
Sells a Solid Gold Fountain Pen at $105
Books Bound 25 cessand upward.
U. of 1M.cetes asd Professrs 3f% lbs. Lin
en Paper fain 50 cets.
Note Books 5 cents and upwards.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
NO TICE i
We can now supply you with
a fine FRATERNITY PIN.
See our line of samples.
WMt ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING
Opposite Law Bil ding. $.00 until 51ay itt
any two classas. Office,
27 Thompson Street.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Line of Now Pipes I
Hot and Cold Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Houylc's and Wiliams and Wrersr Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bes.
Ra. B. JOLLY & CO.
20OS. State St., Sagr Block.
A LARGE LINE OF
Valises, Traveling Bags, Dres
Ssit Cases, Trunks, Etc., Etc,
---AT-
Anton 'Teufel,
57 S. MAIN ST.
FULLER & HIXSON
A Stash In Prices. For a short
time we will
PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CENTS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
2S. State s.. Over Rosey's Billiard Rom.
Sent Free!
To any person interested iu humane mat.
tees, or wio loves animals, we will send free,
upon appication, a epy of the "ALLI
ANCE," the organ of this Society. In ado-
tion to its intensely interesting reading, it
contains of the valuable and unuui premi
utns given y the paper. Addess
THE NATIONAL HUMANE ALLIANCE,
410-411 United Charities Slilinug, clew York

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"A Penny Saved
is a Penny Earned."
SOFT SHIRTS in warm weather.
Where the best styles are to be
found will interest you. Our line
of Negligee Shirts testis for style
and Price.
SUXMER UNDERWEAR. Splen-
did values in French Balbrigans
and Jersey Ribbed for 50c.
These garmsents are beautifully
finished and are durable.
WAGER &CO. 2 S Man t

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