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November 04, 1891 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1891-11-04

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2 H T W A VC _T 3 T W A s N W A T T O W E A R IN C O L L A R S, C R A V A T S , S H IR T S , A N D G L O V E S .
[From the New York Furnisher.]
The lineencellar of evening dress coetinues the straight-ut effect, the points at the greatest
emiaece, wherelthey abmot meet, aed rising gradually from the bart.
The cravat of evening dress is of white lawn, one inch wide, without stitching or embroid-
ery, tr any-adveetiof ea lihe chtaracter that may be avoided. I h .T
The fall-dress shirt hsas a wide, plaln bosom, with which are woes threecwhite terc stusis.
The cloves of tull dress as ot delicate peart, undressedeed with swhite or seltfinarrow cord- I 1ed'.'
iog aeon the beets.
The handkerchief of tall dress to of eece white lineee, with escrow hemstitchl border.
Thse boutonniere of full dress to of white flowers always-plot, chrysanthetmum, orchids,
hyacinth, gardetnias, or whatever may be the pirevalent flower-bsut alsrays whitse.
There is a widenisng of the range of walting gloves, ad the differesseeia weight suggests
thatthe laslisable mae should have two pailss iis retestory. toe the morning sail oe after-
noonetea there is alighter weight inlighteroshadesof lan, that shosbi be, morrover, swuggfit-
ting; and for she "constitsutionsal" morning and afternion stroll and geons-al weror, heavsyloose
fitting mates" an bolts lighst and sarktlas shades: 'file heavy undressed tkis, in gray anld 27
suf-color, arcetierhapis the desiahsble waiting gloves, The bach decosraion is light, beisig a
isarrow raised cordissg.
At HlE Twso SA-MS the above tyles are nowe ready. Mloo on osntire lite of N -W
Swallow-Tail Coatostand Veots asnd Opera Overcoats.N.B - es
THE TWO SAMS. [Tlephoitc No. 99.] L. Blitz. to be closcd out at

Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
Still bave a nice assortment of ~igbt Weigbt Overcoats
LtOrfatly Reduced Prices.

AR Abo to/L d yto
MilAAr8o1i ~lllY A .ORGL. OR, (Moore &C1Taer.)+
WORK CALLED FOR and DELITERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL, A FsullLine ofC all College text Boos, inclssdissg Low 011d Mcdicol Butts, by tile stacks.
CALL 11w Cheatest tlace filr Note BIookts and Foiuotain Penstle the city. Freosme crowd its. Cso111e along
SPECIAL RATES TO STU DENTS. I _ Sold frieds. Insiw have my entire stockatsnystsore on NO. 6 S. M AINLSTr.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave.I No. 11 WESoT WASlllNl,'ON STRET. GAD-O. ;.z. vCR .

Every Stssdent wilt save moosey by baylig University Text-Blooks and all E
speeial discontutn i LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. T) ENTAL BOO]
Utniversity. 51C10 Blanik Booko at lowebt pttces.



ftiphmond Straight Quht. Communications.
Cigarette Smoter0scho The oerver wowsrofte ecorn-
= arc willintg to naysa litie
f more thae the tpaceillolcafion concerning tbe too yards
.ccharged folr teord~ina-y
toad Cigartte, willtflnd dash of thle Field D~ay races was
2 lleothers. right. Mr. Hunter didis not claim
1"I The Richmond Straight
CutlNo.ICigarettes are made from the bright- [bat be was fouled by Wrigbt' but
est, most delicately flavored aed highest cost
Gold Leaf growenten5Virginia. This is the Old be did claim a foul on the part of
end OrigiealSrand of Straight Cat Cigarettes,
end weeshbrought out by us is the year t87. Burgess, [be winner of tbe race.
Beware of imitations, aed observe that the,
term name as below it aneverytpackage. Tbe heat was a close oue between
Of the American Tobacco Co., Hoofer and Burgess, and [be result
Manufacturers, - - Richmond. Virgieia. "was very much in doubt" until Bur-
ke 'ja gess, wbo wee a little in tbe lead,
Captl.$5,((X.ttSurinplus cnolProflit,7S){. instead of keeping to bis side as be
Does a generalBnkeing business. Pays to- shoutld bave. done, ran in front of
nerestos Saving Detosits. Hits safety Hunter, tbus putting bim out of [be
Detosit Boxes for Reel.
R. KEMPF, [Pres. F. H. OELOER, Cashier. race and winning bimself.
Ban oen atrda eenig.An ArorSavngiB n i W eber or nof it was an intfen-
Aen Arbor Mc.Capiltal Stcot $550,0. inl olo h part of Burgess
Suaadndrtlus, $100A0. eig~w only be bimself knows. As tbere
of this state. Receives Deposits, buanded e no sistinct linesCrw M.
sells exchange oe the princital citiet of the wr5tranMr
Cnited States. Drafts cased utons troper Mutrphy saidlibe rould not allowv [be
idetiication. Officers: y
CHRITIANaMACK, Prert..foil. AXO-Eist o (voSERVE.
W. D. HIMAnNss.vice Pres.,
CHtS. .RISCOeK, Cashier.
You Probsably have some Broken Arti- 'he'bo cardls will be openff to-mor-
ce of rosy morning in [lieAMain Hlall
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT (opposite the lPresicdent's door) and
OF REPAIR, at Mloore's book store down town,
WMS. ARNOLD. 36 MAIN STREET, in order [bat studenfs desiritig to
lotheleceogo.attend Leland T. Powvers' lecture on
A AN DAI. Lg ~ Saturday evening, may reserve [beir
soEtnsuHoS[trot, meeting of '92 lit., for the purpose
SHORT ND TKE A of electing class officers for [be en-
SHORT AND. suing year, on n Saturday, Nov.14
IT W[LL PAY YOU. Shorthand *Shnol, Sew at .:30 P.M. in room A.
R~il;.... A a...i, +..n a -. S.W . (T'sTw,,. D,.l u ,...~nn


supplies lit Headlquarters. We al1OW !1)rders fir trasins.pato ie's, svvfldins, t.,
KS, itsshirt, every Book rsed in [lie trioitily attenedsto. ,
'fTelephone lit. .1 N. Main 55.11111Ylot Offiliie.
HihstlGradeisTasight. Apply ai Wilsev'
Y. Music Stre. __
Nzri:-I'u llti br i Holteimspis~roved mssiiiisy.aid ltslire.
OTIC,.-Fee Ahleic Bard vlI tpared tteiirn outistotlassswortkionshortslit
mieet Wreunesulayevening' at 6:30o its 1 siee.Commestrcial isorkturnedv ou stcarti'dasy.
y I, 3 ~~CPricssreasooiabuule nswokiuaraniteedvoiviNo-i
Alpha.Nii ball. It is desired to fill 'o Eust Itisronsst. '. (hEI' l, isits.
three vacancies us the btoard-one - O. M. MARTIN,
fronm [be law departnient, one fronm IIDEALER, IN-
tbe lit, and one front the Isomfoti. Clotli Caskets, Metallic
Other business of importance will ANS) CIIMMON COFFINS.
come before tbe Board. J.A. POLHEMUS,
C. A. [[owEN1, Pres. T = V I ,-
NOTICE-There will be an I. (). North Mate Street
0. F. social at [be ball of tbe Wash- RINSEY &SEAEOLT,
[enaw Lodge of I. 0. 0. F., No. 9, Baersnd dealersein
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 4, Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
1891. Alt students belonging to 6an8E.WsigoSt
the order are cordially invited to at- J. H A L L E R ,
tend. Compliments of T x ,M
CiO'tMtITTEE. i Repairing a specialty. 41 SUTHv MAtNSOT.
NOTtCE.-All Sophomores sbouldITl~ p~~
leave orders for clascanes at Moore ' .Ste SretGoceSONS
book store at once. CANE CO'. S StantopsreepeeGr~oei
NOTIrCE.----All members of tbe, '425S. S'TATE STREET.
Junior Law Foot-ball Teens will
meat daily on [lie canmpus for trac- A NleW LINE()O?
tire. By order of tbe captain.
NortIcE.-All cantdidates for '95 -Sf ropl
foot-ball eleven are reiquested to 4J ~
appear dalsy on [lieicamus for1
practice., (.111aZOPrS
Nrlcl --'93 ILit eleven will niows
pracfice idaily on thse canmpus. Etc
C3. 11. I)vh6ERT, Capt.

' NoTI:E-All tbose who bave not -AT-
paid thseir Gym. subscriptions will
greatly oblige [be comsmittee by ye- C L IS H R A Y
mitting amount of subscription to ' L IS H R A Y
T. I1f. HINCHNIAN, 'T'reasurer,
67 E. Washington-st
CusN-TbICE 9 NDEdENsofEeT a
NOs.TeI:e'endenEts oftheclao-
of '92, lit., will bold a caucus for
[be nomination of class officers nex
Saturday morning, Nov. 7, at =
1 o'clock, in Room A. 71 Fort St.. West. - Detroit. Mich.

Building, 20 South State Street.

a. VY. % U-KT16S, rresiaent.

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