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November 09, 1891 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY __
T HE~ TWO S-AMR1S_ T _I mlTWO S.AMS_ IN EW ft.
,;; -4 4 - . WHAT TO WEAR IN COLLARS, CRAVATS, SHIRTS, AND GLOVES.N W Y I 9
[From the New York Furnisher.] 1'
The tieen colar o1 evening dress continues the straight-ttp effect, thicomets at the greatestNE z D _D 0
emiaeace, whete.thtey salmost meet, sod risitg gradually from the lark.
The cravat of eveniog drett is of white lawntone scitch wide, twithout stitching or embroid-;
ery, or any adoration et a like character thtst may be avoidetd.
The fall-dress shirt too a witdc, plate hosom, with which arceswora thsremwite- pearl studs. iCIThe J.IT. aSsC .
lag upon the hacks. Ja ob
Tebuoneeofuldesiofwiefoesawc-ikchyateuocisThe handkerchsief of fall dress is of fie swhite liera, with narrot e hmstitchborwder.T eJ. .Jao sC .
hyacinth, gardeniss, or whatever maybhe the prevalctt Son-r-hot alwasys white. T eJy.Ja o sC .
There is a widesing of the rsnge of walkiog gloves, anrd the difference to weight sttggestsT eJ. (C o.
that the fashionahle ma shtould have tooositosisniis repertory. toe the mornitg call tirsatier- Th 1.T Jacobs C .
noosn tea there is a lighterceigchlivn lighter shadtes iof tatt, that should he, sorest-er, snug fit-II
tiegr antd for te"coestittional"mitrninig and afternoon stroll antd general wsearoev, o loose
itting "makes" io hoth light and dark tats shades. The hess-p undressed kids, ina gray and2sNr9iANS. A NABR
snuff-color, are perhaeps else desiahhlc walking gloves. The hack decoration is light, heing ist7AD2 AN TANABR
tntrros-raised cording.
At TxlE Two SAMSosthseabove styles aro now ready. Also an rentire Iitsr of
Swallosw-Tasil (ats assd Vests tand Opera Overcoats. N. B.-We still have a nice assortment of ILight Wright Overcoats
THE TWO SAMS. [Tlephonec No. 99.] IL. 1Blitz. to be closed otSt Greatly Reduced Prices.
MilAA r8eRl RII~Y. A . GEORGE L. MOOR, (M Ttobre)+
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL, A Plihineof alCollege Teat Books, inclsuding,ssieawn lcdMrrlat tlrs,9iy the statcks.
CALt. 00 Cheapest place forlists IBooks Sind FouttaitiPensiriistsiteccly. IPresitte acr-wdrini. Cosie slang
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. I MS 'old friends. 1tnowlhavrmyenttirestock attmyottoretoNO. 6 S. M IIN.T.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WEST WAI-IIINC.TCN STRIEET. Goro .. s2oor .
Every Suen sill sve smoney by buryting ULtvsioty .Trat-Bookrsadall 11suppltes it IHeadqtuasters. We tillow 1 orders for traitsn, patrtis, wi ssdins etc.,
spseital ediscouttt 011CYWBOOKS, MEDICAL 1100KS, DENTL. LBOOKS, ii i otevety Boioir usedlin the 'i-el ,trr,ee rstjrtly i ss"ttt-trdsrltts. ic
Unsiversity. 5,10131B1a1k lBooks at lowest prices.-
10r C~a 4 , _%/NrA 1 MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
-sIANISr-i~nt(r~~ ri~h.AiystC.i~o~

LE.
R~iQhmo nd Straight Qalt.
CIGARETTES.
Cigarette Smoakers whlo
I arcestilling to sisy a little
F more titan the price
chargers foe theoredirye
-.trarde Cigarettes, wilt Sand
TeISsBRDsuooperior to
-w all others.
Thse Richmond Steaighst
Cat Es. 5 Cigarettes are made from the height-
es, most delicately flavtred ad highent root
Gold Lent grates in Virginia. Th~is is the Old
end Original Brand of Straight Cat Cigarettes,
and wee hroaght sat by as in the year 185.
Beware at imitations, and observe that the
firm snsme an helow se seeevery paekage.
The ALLEN & GINTER Braneh
Of the American Tobaeeo Co.,
Manufaeturers. - - Richmoend, Virginia.
tl ndx hal'apital, $<i5,000. .Surplusasnd Profits, $17,000.
Does a general Ranting bastnens. Pays in-
terest on Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Boaes foe Rent.
Rt. KEMP, Pres. P. H. IIELnER, Canier.
Bask seen Satusrdav evening.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Antn Arbor Mich. Capital Stark, $50,000,
Sureplus, $100.0001.
Organised under the General Ranking Lawn
of this state. Receives Deosits, triys and
sells exchange sa tire persirc alcitien of the
[Jetted Seates. Drafts ca s iserdupon proper
identifications. Officers :
CHRISTa IANseAC, Prert.,
it. 0. H I5assN. Vice Ptres.,
CHs. E. HsISrrCK, Canhiser.
You Prolsably hatve somesiroksien Arti-
clr of
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
W M. A R NO LD, 36l MAIN STREET,
Is the Place ta gs.
4AND.ALg
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
30 Est Hron Steet,
SHORTHAND CTAKE A
IT WILL PAY YOU. Shorthand Scheni, Newt
Building, 20 South S tt Street.

ADING [lOOK STORE IN Tl CITY. ___ Ssie Storve. __
TE-1;;XCEl.;SlOR - 5,AI'ItY
Perry Briggs, Assistant. V'ale's gymnasiumnt haslseet rorofctd las all tire imprreovedi masirye, harl is pe
_______ sspareto trotfir stelassstwr ir l rsie tir-
in by glass. tjsy. Corsrsrmerisrl ser lsrsmt sa ti' (Iriy.
ery lig,'9 lrarieha lthe electiotns beiog outerf lte211 tast hliuurr t.A, 1'. (1illll, Pr iii silo
receivedtlan appointmenlt as assistant 0. M. MARTIN,
111theprecritios eelsrlm 01ofway, [lie college fool-ball camipaign ELEtl
inthe prsrpindprmn fDAE Ntnesw hospital. I-I succeeds W. will nowy proceed sunder favorable Cloth Caskets, M~Ietallic
LeRo Dn, eh hsben or-auspices. It is a pleasure to reflect AN5)D'COMMON cOPIs _____
pelled to retire on account of sick- that in these contests ltst best men Z v -E.,-
will undoubtedily win. That is one -
ness. ALSO 'BUS HACK AND IBAGGAGE LIRE,
--~ -- reason why a good many persons Nsorths Sain Street.
Unity Club To-Night. prefer foot-ball to politics-N. Y. RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
The following is tlse program to Tribune. Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
be given before list Unity Club this ''--6andiIsSE. Washington fit
evenings NOTICE.--Owing to the game in J. H AL L ER,
A paper on Egypt, particulaj-l Chicago, Nov. 14, it will be neces-
sary for the Athletic Board to meet rZR
thse pyramids and ancient tombs, Monday evening, at 6:10, in Alpha Reeairrineasperiltv. 46 sorTitsMaresa.
visits to Alexandria and Cairo, by No Hall. The Advisory Board are J. ID. STIMSOIT & SONST,
Mrs. I. H. Stont, of Kalamazoo. invited tes meet with us. State Street Grocers.
Another paper bsy Mr. Philip C. A. BOWEeN, Pres. Stiudents patronastge esptecially solicited.
Whitman, entitled:s 'Three Years NOTICE-All Sophomores shsouildl 2455S,. STATE STRIEET.
- .- leave orders for class canes at Moore's - ---
out of the World; being rcmtntsccss- book store at once. CANS;,('siT. /
ceo of three years in Mexico. I
There wiul also be sontettmusic by Nuns-c. -All mttaerial offered in
Mis MaionSmtltattl .lr Itsvaslcomtpetition for te prizes offered by
.Lis Mrio Smth nd Mr.Edwrdthe O racecof '941st!ble lhandledlin
Illi. ~by Nov. r15. L( -
Kansas Club Court. NOTCiE.-AI nmenmbsrslit tire TI Fort St.. West. - Detroit, M~ich.
The first Kansas Club Cost ever Junior Lasw Foot-ball 'leantswill
mtod aily1)0 the canmpus for prie- Norc.I .erti ilie '92 LI.sr
organized its the lasw departmuent of lice. Bly order of ltst captais. CsASS 0rsecs--ss. Thtere wiii be a
M\ichigan University, lhelduit1 first i m.Al aduatste seesti of '92 lit., for the purpose
mteeting last Thsursday evening in foot-ball eleven are requtested toI of electing class officers for Ite ets-
room so, lasw building. The court appear daily on list campsus for suing year, ots Saturtlay, Nov. 14,
opens wills twenty-seven nmembers. practice. CISM. atI1:30 p.I., in rions A.
S.- W. CoteTlss, Itreside nt
The folloswing officers weere chosen: NOTICE-All those who have not __ ._-__-
WX. H. Sears, judge; Win. P. Bor- paid their Gynt. subscriptions will U. of M. IButtonss, 951 cents eaths, antd
land, clerk, and Ernest A. Fink, greatly oblige the comomittee by re-j withi elasyeasr,759cenits eaech. We are
milling amount of subscription to the onsly msatkers of thse thsree-eighth
sheriff. 4 constitution seas adopted, T. H. HINT CRMAN, Treasurer, inch busttons, with correet colors andI
the preamble of which recites that 67 E. Washington-al.I l poliahiedlenamel. They don't fae or
siand last fosrever. Sent postpaid
the club court is organized for the NTcE-unanpnfndo upon receipt of price. Students are
NOTIE.-ounain en oun aninvited to visit us when in town.
purpose of making a study of the campus. Owner can obtain same Roehim & Sons, Jewelers, Grand Circus
Kansas statutes and the Kansas code. 1 by calling at 26 Maynard. Patrk, 271 Woodhwardl ave., Detroit.

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