THE U. OF M. DAILY
AT THE TWO. SAMS
Prince Albert Suits, Cutaway Suits,
and Fine Dress Suits,
JUST ARRIVED --
See Youman's flat, Knox's Hat,
Silverman's ha-lts and Caps,
AT THE TWO SAMS
AIRAroStaiLllfiy VOORHEIS & ETS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST. TAILORS,
WQfOR CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
IN-OPECsIAT R2ATES TO STUDENTS._ySE U '
fflce. 23 South Fourth Ave. SPALL /\mNLJSEUS
Of Old UT. of M. should have a
University of ichigartGuitar
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaransteed every inch of the road.
Violin and Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; illanjo anid Mandolin Strings,
5 ets. Everytling in proportio).
L. 1I. Clenent,IIGEEI1O& LG T O
BROWN'"S DRUG STORE
CORNSERI MAIN AND HURON STREE'TS.
LARGEST STOCKsof TOITocrGOODS AND FINE CIGARS, TonACCos AND
J3bij Your ~collarsi anui] Cuffs, Neckties.
alld --'Pep r13ij iiaGloves
vryWAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.
yStnzdent will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplis at!lHeadquarters. We illowy
special discount oil LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BIOOKS, D)ENTAL BOOKS, in !,ujrt. every Book utsed in tlbs
Iluiversily. .0110 Blank Books at lowest prices.
LlhAJHN(G 1OOK STORE IN THE (IVY.
'rit s-,l Ildtt lI;i I
for Ban jt
LE THE 1LE.YIEST STYLES MURDER-Continued.
IN- edge of the pliatter ends; but 'lihe
J G heard" that the nilijtianen were
liemined in between two rush
OF ALL KINDS!AT also clainms that Granger was the
J. T. J.ACOBS & CQ.'S,I first man hurt.
27 ANID z9 MAIN WT. In regard to 'Granger, many
-- who know him, say that hie is a
L. GRUNER. psint sufte
Dealer in psint man, whoisufte
c tO0Ts .4.1TDnSMRIOES tomand. Someofteow
Sn...2 No. South Main Street. t o ftetw
p 1ligotne Neatly ansi Promptly. boys who were present at the
j bIhmond Sftraiqht Qcit. charge characterized hims as a
CIGARETES. blasted fool," who ought to be
Cigartte Smokers who arrested for his order'. It is said
are Willintgto nay a little that Som of te slir e es
iaore than the p1rice .sodesxpres
.(bedifor the (sncirli hysi o
osl Cigaretts, will fiad ed tileir regret that teci t~
Tess ASO Onx sperior to
till others. have bayonets, as they would like
eeat'01Carte are mode troms the bright- to ulSed thsems. It is almost cer-
Genimost dellcatesiy favoresianid highest cot~
ta5.s.OrigloImrnnoVitrinsia. This is tEls eOls in that the trouble would Isave
beia8 r sof it0nihtnh i iateer a tebeetn yet tmore seriosi h
olTi tnear 1ns lo a siss atteiosfth
A , tsc ; N itanevrytch g s oldliers had beetsfutnishdwt
~ llnssigia ball cartridges.
Al Arbor Savings Bank The comnpaniy is composesd of
Ann rior Rich. lCapi't IStssck, $55,000,
Omi surpluns, ilnhln Law about eighty members, and there
of his danrteera akigLwer ewe wny tit
bele Bee cives Depsito, bus~as and
8 ~ hagonteprinespal cities of the
dl ates. Drafts eashed u pon proper artmed metn out last nighst.
Cttiats NMACK Fees.,
w, 1D. HAsnastas. Vice Sen., A H OPTL
CHAS. E. HISCOCKn, Cashier. A H OPTL
atOsAN..nYedsrtigi- Whsen Mri. Dennison was first
tcto in Shorthand will please call taken to the Hospital lie did not
T th fice rpber, 35J3. .Mr Huron Street.Prcia feel very much hurt, only com-
_sreasonable. Call and see ine. plaining of weariness and head-
Stoves, new and old, large and ah u onlesoe iu
small11 for coal, wood, oil andace Busonlehwdsis
1u11r ne, at J. E~. Harkins', 28 E. of convulsions. Dr. Naticrede
urIan street. was sent for, and decided it was
a rusptusre of ,in arte.rvysunder thse
skssll. Thle boy's skusll was bored
inl two placees, to1 let oust tile bloosd
collectesd there, and tile carotidl
artery was cult; but liso still con-
tinued to sink, ansd passed away
at 5:0)8 this mnornsing. His father
and mnother arrived soon after.
Irving James Dennison was
born in this state May, 1872.
About eight yeasrs ago thse family
moved tos Toledo where young
Dennison attended tse public
schsools, graduating froni the
Toledo hsigli schsool, and Toledo
Mansual training sclsool with thse
clt-: ior189 S. For cue ycar after
graduating lise was ensployed in
thse Bicycle works of Lozier&
Yost, and thecn camae to Ann A r-
bor where lise estered as a special.
lie was of a very quiet disposi-
tion, and last sighst was the first
night thsat lie Isas been out since
lie cause to Ansn Arbor.
As is issual at such titmes, the
mats most seriously hsurt w a
quiet spectator. Mr. Dennison's
father is superintendent of thse
Smead Heating Works, in Toledo.
- AT CHAPEL.
At chapel, this morning, there'
was an enormous attendance.
President Angell spoke of thse sad
event, expressed the sorrow that
Continued on fourth pre
The PA TENT
MIII nery and Art Gods.
10Est Huron St.
IT FORE K& ~I
(H ' neiactrers of
Band lnd Orchestra
G, GRA ND RAPIDS.
F11NzJoll gi1 ij
AT LOW FII(S.
FINE JOBS PRINTING.
It is our aimto please. .Saisfaetiho5Gaarenteea
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE.