THE U. OF M. DAILY
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SEE THE NEW LINE OF
The ~J. T. Jacobs Co.,
-Overcocatp The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
27 AN!) 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
~T T ~ T-~~-O ~N. B.-We still have a nice assortment of light Weigh tOvercoats
L.. BLITZ. to be closed out atGral Reduced Prices.
Al rbrXtll J.1ll~irY. 0 !. GEORGE L. MOORE, ucesort
WRCALDFRadELIVEREJD O ADAN TCA. AFall Line of all College Teat Bonks, including 1Low an (I 2 M >edicallv ol'8'. by the ,tacks.
CALL US Cheapest place for Note Bookstand Fountain Pest in tine city. Freshmentc rtottitint.(otitatlsng
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. srls= = siodfriends. I nose have my entice sleek at my sttore on No. 6 S-M1141 ST.b3 F5
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. NOs. 11 WEST WASINGiTON STREET. GEO.LI.. aCo _a
WAH'SBOOKSTORE, DOWN TOWN
Every Stuident will save mnsey by bntying Univ ersity Text-Bosks andl all suppalies :it Hteadqtiarters. We allow
slpeial discount onl LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DI NTAL BOOKS. ii0isort, every Boiok tised in the
ttnivetsil5. 5'(00 Blatnk Books at lowest prices.
LEADtING1100K STORE IN THtE CITY.
tiQhmond Straight Quf.
a ; areswillingto eay a little
taore titant the peice
chtaeged eon the oedittary
ltadeCigarettes, swill fSad
' Hts BRANsuperior to
aj all otheen.
V t The Richmond Steaight
Cat No.1I Cigarettes arceatade feem the height-
rat, mnat delicately flavered and highest coat
Gold Leae enewa in Virginia. Thin is the Old
and Original Brand nf Straight Cat Cigarettes,
and wan bronght eat hy as in the year 1811.
Bemare of imitations, and observe thiat the
trn name an helem is an every package.
The ALLEN & GINTER Biranch
Of the American Tohacco Cn.,
Manuefaturers. - - Richmond. Virginia.
Capital, $50,000. Sureplusad iPrelnofits1,00i0.
Does a general Banking businens. Pays ini-
terest on Saving tDepnnita. Has safety
Deposit Boxes far Heat.
H. KEMPF, Fees. F. H. BELSER, Canhier.
Hank neen Satardav evening.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000,
Organized unader the General Bankintg Lawn
of thin tate. lReceives Bepensins,huyn and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United Staten. Draftn cashed utposs proper
WC. liiiHAnsIMAs. Vice Frea.,
CHAS. F. HISCOeK, Canhier.
~C" of i ir
S fiMain Street.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
C0 ast HuoStreet
IT WILL PAY TOU. SbgrthandI School, Newn
Buiding, 2B SoulS Slate'StreeC
Professor Rolfe wvas too ill t at-
tendt his rlassen, yesterday. This is
the first time in ten years of teact-
log that he has missed a recitation.
Seventy-six per cent. of Yale's
students are from Newo England andi
the Middle States. IHarvard's tper
cent. from the same section is eighsty-
AJapanaese. sttident describes
Harvard in a home letter thus: "A
very large tbuilding where the boys
play foot-lball antI on wvet days read
The Engineering Society meets
this evening in Prof. Greene's room.
Grand River Survey. The Trip, F.
A.! Sager; Field Work, E. L. Allor;
Office Work, H. Blaldwsin.
Sunday evening, Rev. Dr. Cobern
will give his last study on the "wit
and Humor of the Bible" at the
Methodist chulrch, the special topic
being " The Hunior of the Gos-
Peninsylvtasiatiaise adotleid atn uni-
versity pini for graiduates aunitier-
egradutlaes in the formt of a retd anid
blue etamteleid pennlattwitti the let-
ters 11'UT a"' in goltdtipotithestar-
Peter Conway, coach of last year's
base ball teamsoas badly scalileal in
the railroatd accident in Toledo last
Saturday. He had breathed some
of the escaping steam, and if pneu-
monia cats be averteid, his life can
Yusiro Senshu, '9I medic, whso
has been pursuing a post-graduate
course at the College of Physicians
and Surgeons of New York city, has
~boon in the city for the past few
days. lelintends practicing his pro-
fession itt Japan.
1' . 1.Travis, laxe'90o, whso has
bseen wills the firm of Montgomery
& Blundy for some time, wilt become
a metiber of thse firni January ist,
00 thse retirement of Judge .Alont-
gomery for the suorene court. The
I.VERY,' HACK ANDI BAGGlAGLtb INE.
'Orderesfo ir st, partlies, e ldings, etc.,
'n estheicS.11 N IlitotSt tt.o i'i Pst (115ce.
SMISS JUDITH GRAVES,
Iiiect tGratdese'l'i,gt. Aptly it;xWilsey'
-THE _-IXCEISIOlt I<l~tienRy
as allie iipsoesmaiterty, tnd ispte,
itared totturnsou irstclassitoeirki ontshort to-
tit,. Commterciaorks, turned ot ieayi.
vricen eaoinabtle aiinaorkgaratetei. It-
%1l Fstl t ,iet 1. A.it'. n tirlifi', iio etor.
0. M. MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COtMMOiN CO15tINS.
J1. A. POLHEMUS,
- z IVMilR=.,-
ALSO 'BUS BJACE AND BAGGAGE LINE,
North Malin Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
6 and 8E.5xWashington St.
liepairng a npecialty. 46 SOTHes aAINSTy.
J. D. STIMSONsT & SOlTS,
Stlate Street Grocers.
Stidstnts ppitronage especially solicited.
'14d.5. sTATE STRESE'.
Mathensatical Club, Room i7, firti will be "Bundy & Travis." j 71 Fort St., West. - Detroit. Mich.
Saturday, Dec. 5, 7:45 P. m. Pro- -~- --- -- - --_
gramme: Paper, Apollonius, his NOTsICE.--Freshman Independent. Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Street
life anal works, G. P. Ray; paper, caucus Saturday, Decc. 5~, at 8 a. mn. Railway.
Problems illustrating his methods, sharp.TieshttangietOthr0,IL
I. J. Ohman. NOTICE.-Freshman class meet-
in atuda~e. a a: Leave Ants An-b rar rm Uourt Hose as 6.15,
Iresident Eliot, of Harvard, is lg Study, Ie.5, a 3o P. m.k,92.10-50ata. in., and 12.50, 220, 3.50, h.liui
veymcsvretoc-dcto hfarp.6L50,8 as,9.sac, 11.20 p. m.
verymuc avese o coeduatio ofLeave Ypsiihnti at 6 00, 7.15, 9.00, 10.30, a. B.,
men and women and he prophesies NOTICE-Let all members of the ands 121t.302 .nl,5., 6.0,at,8.00,9."W, 1n.slp. m.
that this system which is so much in "Elite Terpsichore' he present at SNAY'TsMN TABLE.
the hall on next Friday evening, L~eave AnArb4or tram Curt Hause at 2.121,
vogue in the West at present, will be Dec. 4, popl at 8 o'clock.. The. Lemvov Ypsdhanti 1.0,1.,51,52.800
radically changed in a few years. march will begin a! 5 minutes past' 9.30, P. m.
' 8 'O'clcck. ran n oiy Time. Coupon tickets. I4
The students of the University of l8o lckenO0te. For sle onsletola.