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May 20, 1892 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
S TIFF ~HAT ~-S ALE ,i Spring Suitings.

Latest Styles of Hats.

Choice of any Stiff Hat in-the house (Yonmans and Knox excepted'
in $ t.00 and $5.00 quality) for
$1.8 . . _8L5_ $185
This inclndes all Hats that sold for $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
3 Days Only. Friday, Saturday and Monday.
May 20, 21 and 23. Come early and get your size.

LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND VALISES.
NOBBY LINE OF NECX WEA~l ETC.i, C.Al
THE J. T. JACOBS COMPANY,

ANN ARB3OR

27 and 29 MAIN STREET.

THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.TENSGOSTMOR'BOKOE
106-108 WAB3ASHI AVE., CHICAGO. Complete New Steck jest received. Nethting but new, fresh goeds.
SEND FOR OUR MANUAL. rro.LO ROOTWFOR25.I3=T ti - - ANA 'BT~QO._

BUINESDIRECOY.

SEASON 1892.
Atrriving (laity. Nvew Stock of LAWN TENNIS IIACKQVTETS ai
GOODS. Watch for our Prices. Lowest i
20 SOUTH STATE STREET.
THlE WESTERN MICHIGAN COLLEGE
(chartered sod Incoorporated.)
G-2RAMTJDERD S.MICRR
NOTErD for its PREP'ARATORIY ('0l'ilStW. Prepares studes ,or soy college or scion-
tifilschiool iW the counttry. rv1 -d
For isOCOLLEGE ( ' OlCRSES. Prepaores ror the degrees sod asrss at tebroadest culture sod
the('mostopractical reslts.{
For itso O4MAJ, AN!) TErACH1ERS' TRAINN DEPARI~T)MENT. Seersialtention gives
to prpartio or(exaition t dtetshinO.
For its LUll/It' AND FINElART I)S/5'ARiTEINTS, S'econd tot ons, in..thet5rtitel States
For itso (0.11 (WCltAL ANDSH ~ORTHOAN~oD DlAI I''IFNTS, t(erlrading, school of tbusinsos.
F' he rot remerly modea te expense to studentssatendiong. Throexopense Oacotscant tefi-
ured ower wittis tansattanyother educational institution lon the country, an1 stthr
sattostimet'loseowelisad eontotortabir. Everrvtloo;frnisolhedt.
A. F. VEREX, Iresideul.

id ALL .1'%'_ I 'jSIO JNG LIVERIY, HACK AN)) IAGGAGE LINE.
Orders for trais, parties, trrdddings, etc.,
.I the Ciiiv. promptly attended to.
Telephone ((5. 21 N, Mole St., spp. Foist Offtcr.
TH3E.- FXCEILS1OR - I,AUNIPRV
Speller's Old Stand. Has sll the imsproovrodmachinery, anod is lre
paredt o tus'snot first classswtrteonOttshort no-

Society Programs cor This Week. Program of Minstrels Tonight.
'lTe ebster Society hlid s it frt F . iirstItodiictory ussr-
regular swekly meetiingtonight. tore, choids, tolored 'or Hltitreil;
'T'he tolloswing trogramlil oltie given: 'l'sicurtlSong, lPhil Ifiio/r; Thankflot
Essay, JamueslBorideaiix; 'XlvIirst for That, E.I )arrowr;*Ra ic iof the
Ilonorarflnii'" a story tolt itn legal ~aiti I-ey, Lotuis 7rt'reary; Mlisit
termis, J. G. Cral rlcbate, "Resolv'ed, Cragin's Dauighter, Wmi. Massin;
'Tiat IU'aited States Senators Should Sereonade, II. '1. Joy and Qutartette;
hr Elected Dlirect ly by thte People.'' Fotur Little Curly Hteadeod Coons,
Affirmuative -II. 1.. Hegnter, John Robiert 'Thonipson; Overture front
I,. iHoy. Negative-Grant A. heat- Wang.
icr, Geo. IL.IBurchiard. Part Secoon.-t'tiiversity Quay-
In thoc literary tdepartmsent the trtte, ILouis MXcCreary, R. R. Sumith,
Alphta Nit has the following progranm R. George, II. AT. Joy. University
for Saturday evenlig: MXutsic, Man- Blanjoists.-H. P~. Dotdge, :Rudolph
dlolin solo, H. It. Porter; talk, J. I Hinterman, J. 1.'Tlaylor, Henry
C. Tral; extemporanaeous speeds; I SauesWillianm Millerits Jigts, Reels,
mtusic, Mr. Ptorter; debate, '1Re- MXarchetc.Te Ihoe Ilyalls, Clark,
solved, That Utah Should he Ad- Mariona,(Grotesque lDancers. Htower
tuitted to Statehoot.'' Affirnatie- and ThsomupsonIPhtl, judge Highi-
temperature;Itoh, Senator Zero; sill
J. Bi. Brooks, I. Stern. Negative- discuss the Chinese Question., TheI
W. AV. Griffin, C. IH. Porter. Musical Ioutr.-F. J. McOmher,
Those attending list=Literary XV. S. Moore, C.IF.(lark, G. XV.
Adelphi Saturday evening, ino room Collins, assisted bty Smilt, Moore,
an, sill hear thsis program: TIhesis, Dutnlap,~ in clever specialties. Char-
"Bacon and M ontalgue,"L. I R, Mc- acter Sketch Artists, Wagner, MXc-
Creary; debate, "Resolved, That all Creary. Acrobatic Grotesqus.-Hoe
ILabor Should he Organized." Affir- Roer1Iarrantl Cro0. au.
relative-Mr. Girlies. Negative- Go to the Sophomsore-Fresinian
Mr. Goodykoontz. General debate. field-day sports tomtorrow.

______________________ Pricessreasonshle sod wos'k gnartoseed. Not
R A ,\T D ,A TT L 20Easot Huos'os. A. 5'. CVRoToat, OProreto.
O . .MARTIN,
FINEPHOTGRAPS, EALER tIN
FiNEPHOOGRAHS. Cloth Caskets, Metallic
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS l AND COMMON COFFINS.
i 30 EaitHuoStreetRINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bahers anoddealerssin
SHORT AND TKE A Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
COUS . 6ands8 E. Washinogtoon St.
IT tWILL PAY YOU. Scrstbandd Crhool, New
Biltding, '0 Sostho Stoate Street.
\Irrtlc . TZherewtill he a meet-i OUI J~{SPOOPS
hng of the '4 ansI'195 Athletic Corn
uittees, todauy, at 7 1).ill. sharip, atAl
the Beia 'lheia lti house. Itihior- ARNOLD'S, - 36 Main St.
tail t._________
N'01 tcs.-Aillpersos hasving hills;tt k~s~~ H
agalinst tie Republiic'atnt 'lti il 4YI5 ild X .
please setit themiiiimedetiately to t'pittt, $51,00. Stepstoanttd Ptsslito, $1/lros.
tGE(). .CiAM?., Anti Arbor. IDoes asgenera iti linog bosinetrs. Paysin-
_____ teest n Sa ing eptosits. os saofety
} Depoosit loxs'sfor' Iest.
S. L. A. Notioc,. it. KEMPF, Pres. F. 10. IEIOEI, Cashlier.
The atnuial electioos of officers of flanksoenSatodsv evening.
the ud id'sosfLectoreAssiociation still
he held next Saturday niornisg at AnlflAM PbO Sluhm hnthir,
goiromA Alstnswobought season tickets have the pr- WORK CALLED FOR sod DELIVERIED.
vilege of voting.
159-7t. Pore W/. Ross, P'res. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS.
NOTI -- oeato lu.Offioe - 23 South Fourth Ave.
T1here will he a rotusintgtmeeting
of the Dlemocratic ('lb, llhsrsday 0, K. BARBER SHOP
eveninto it 7 /30 ltn the law lecture1BahRosicneto.PrelnTu.
room. Speechoes still be matte by' Shoowselialtconneted with each TubO
prominelit citiz'eins and studetits oiol
iteasures takeno for a grandl lemon- J.. R. TRO0JANO0WS1KI,
stration itt the near future. ' 15 C. Waslintotst., Ans Arbor, Micigoan.
S. XX. Cno-rtss,
P'residen t.
.- -._.------- Ann Arbor Savings Bank
AND STILL ANOTHER. Ann Arbor'Mick. Ca pital Stock, ia$t,0,
Colubusvs.Toldo.Surplus, $1005.000.
OoumuOvs Tleo Organised under slhe General anking Lows
Oil Sunlday, May 22nd, the T. & A. ofthsS stale. Receives Deotsusy and
A. road still ru111ainther Lase Fall Ex- sel'xha'eo the usinci aliilss of the
ctirslin, lie thirst of the season. Train ideh icatien. Officrs:~cn duonpoe
leaves at 9 a. ms. Htound trip,51:00;. 4SbnuosoeuAu MACK, Pen.,
leave Teledo at 8 P. nM. 1411-5. I 5W. D. HAaRINn, ;'ice Fres.,
CRAs. F. HIfseOCK, Cashiers

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