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October 24, 1899 - Image 4

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" THE U.NIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

UTPUBLISHED
&6O.
BY
RU DYARD
KIPLING
Publishers Price $1,50
Our Price $1.10
SHEFEHAN & Co.
University Booksellers
Stationers and
Engravers
320 SOUTH STATE STREET.
U. of M. Barber Shop ae',,ntit.)m ron
and Bath Rooms. ttb edts utill
.525state St. J. R. Trcjanowski, Prop.
I IflRI% ThN V KThe
CUmaIRlNEES SRTISFfACTION.

remember that we cain supply you withi a $1.00
t Fountain Pen, the Laughlin or Waterman, whichl
we tally guairantee. What mote can you ask ? Try us.
DOWN TOWN, 116 SOUTH MAIN ST.

WFJy NOT0TISYL

For
The
Game

WITH] A FOUR IN IJAND
Phoet1t6. 515 LEast JLberty Street.
Wea hae a fianeatmaent af CentaerSDraft, Nickel-ptated Lamats, inclading The Royal, The
Rothester anthelumePwaooda,The Berlinanad PerfecstiocttLamps.
Tile Nesw Lamap. Plumeetaaa , iana adv ace in Lta,. a. Itives ircaec light faa the oil ased titan
any Lamapof itsbind. ste caila(ive youthhsttLamapsaftathe
L Ati ' MONTiW_
COME AND SEE.

Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH.

DEA &CO.

At the Jeffersonian hootls the faltaw- Calendar.
ing members wtare setected ta represent Friday, Oct. 27-Athletic party in
the satiety to thaetact department can- Gymaasaaiumc.
tast: A. M. Cloud, A PI. Forester, L. Saturday, Nav. 10-Varsity va. Cast
Cale, atORet's IField.
-Saturday, Nav. 21-Fatally va. Kafa-
[Toaward htats at Wadhams, Ryan & rnaaaa, at Rtegents' Field.
Raste. Rest feat ou the market at $8.00.
20a-202 S. Main at. A nete fine atfOtanhattanStairts just
_____ ______ in at Whadhana, Otyata & Btttle. See
ReubeunH. Kempf, fromc European theit. S. Malt sat.
Cotnserv-atory, Germaany, teacher at
piano, itrgan and munialctotpttitliotn; Athletic Dan1ce Postponed.
alsa the art at teaching. Studio 12 The dance cwhich woo to h-ire beat:
S. Division at. --30 egien bathatAthletic Assoiationbas
haen poatponed Car a ahiort flute. It in
Tha serisafatssaemblies at Granger's impossicleto give tha dance otn Friday
Academy cwitt cantiau° throughe te afthin weeck hacause at conflictsa'itth
winter Saturday evenings 8:30 to 11:t0 other attrattions. 01 astaoped thaat it
o'clock. Mr and Mrs. Grangerutill girt wilt bt given an the eveing Store
t he ussat Thanksgiving flight party the Pennaylvasia ganme.
November thtt.

D. Rl. TINK(ERF & SON
BfATTERS 5ANDSFURNISHESS
Hedqarers for
FATS, CA, Mes"Ns Stastatmas
atd Catuft0itlief GOMASIsMa
Goaatu adhSWFATas.
AGENISCY OR LONGLEY OHATS
I 334 Sth Sate Street
Cer. Mutend uron Staelet.
Cpial, 950,000. Surpus, $t0,. Tasacts a
R, EMPr Se. C.EOttENRVit-Pea.
FEs.lH5BE e.Cashir.
'FIRST NATIOUNAL BN ogaa d1see3
Capital, 50,'0. Strpls ud Pofits, E400ff
Trascstauigenealtcah igstianets. Freig
ecaarlaesgbhughtaddsold. Faaih lttestof
treet.
E.0D. KffN, Pea.BAnRISON tOUS,
S. cW. CLARSOa~N Cahir
IThe fbinfli'or Svious dank
Capital Stc. 50,000. Shaeuttlaa. 55,000.
Ogaseied tdar teGanetl BakngLaw
fahiehltate. Ulieias tlpaat, blsand ell Is
ec asgeonthe pitipal citta test theUnttd
S tatasDtatft achduahanipraoatt ie nlatificaton.
Safety dpositabox~ estet.
Olrcne: Chettiata Mah. PestW0.tHar,
msa, Viae-Pres.; Chats. . Ifiscat . Cashe,0M.
J. Feitz, A-tatsC-buiersa ,]
OW. J. BW Ts, PEtS. -- U
W. ARNOLD, 1stVice pasl
J.f v sesAo,fdvia tas 8l IG
JaustN.. WatrcL, Aat.Casiea SIVNG
BlINK
Transacts a general
Blankinig lfuiness.
This So)o66Bfors to
SPALDING'S
TRADEMARK
®OI ll ~ lisFOR 1899
Thse Spalsing ofical In trotegita Frt bat
ti en la a , tt ctll *ht lrsit sara C hilt~ca ,
1ilt''~ n, o m" atdig nobll teats.
OyitaatsS hoeanad Caty Requisite fr
the Gane.almg'I W1, a lt:: ul ' alGuiide.
taiepllto aot=reod, l:tnrap olafa.
laigta s latat1ltct1 00 llC_ aa-aain yilaist
tatea aiaaf I a oflace: mt md se
o. G. Spalding & Ers,
HOOS
Retis'j at
Ca a tsep as
410classanef tst
Chtiag 11.

NOBBY. TAILOR
ST 'ATE ST.

U. PF
Notic-The
UppearUPenins
evening at 7:3
MisOuchl,

STUDENTS' LECTURE
CIATION.

ASSO-

Twelve Numbers to be Given Tbis trance. Owe
Year. Tickets On Sale at callissg at D~a
Wlders. ihis "ad."
Dr. L. It. F
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900. bian, Callege,
3. Cengressnan J. P. Dolliver, Oct. 2 7 cityda, preached
4. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4. lysonsg
5. Brig. Gen. Charles King, Nov. 1 7. Students at
6. Will Carleton, Jan. 1 7. rpecttant con
7. Sousa and his Band, Feb. 20. coats, wents
8. John Temple Graves, Mar. 3. Wvadhamns, FLYt
9. F. Hopkinson Smith, March 1 5. ______
10. Oratorical Contest, March 25. fuj--
11. Chicago Alumni Number.
.12. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00, Reserved N
feats 50 cents for the course.W
ALarge
5eOLTsaA®
THOSE NOBBY
GOLFS

.CLUB NOTICE.
ere wvill ha a me'tsag at the
sua ClubnatcThanraday
30 p. m. at thae club rooms.
,dresakiacng and ladies'
a E. Annsa t. 3
FOUND.
)e itstrottoatlibrary en-
tar intay haresamtae by
aily office and paying tar
Fishe, es-Preaent at Al-
,and former p'aator isa tii
dsn fhe Of. E. church Susn-
'a cordially invited to in-
agaEte linstenfatsuits, aver-
-furnishings and hats.
can - Hfenle, S. 'Main st.

FUBNCSIlED 110001-A very dectr-
able suite tat roomsc; telephone, bas
atad electric light. 4tt E. Haron sa.
Johnt N. Trash, 'at AL, hbheena elect-
ed treacurer at the maedcal saciey, by
his c:J ss.
Studtentswcisinag lanstructliaon at
Guitar Mlandoln, Banjo anustas-caa'e
o~ppatrtunity ealy ac possihlemy per
aoda arc rapidly fOlineg nit.
E. J.MLIt
Insuaceapys. aGft a goodat i ty
trans L. D. Ca'r, cr Statle Savitags'
Bank.
Thto German Cotillion,
Mr. Granger will give private ta-
trcio n tatlie late fOgures at the
"Geaman," also in any teaw or old dancae
aequeated. OBateaesc are noaw opent,
and5 lessons devoted to the wcalta, youa
eatl join nowa and receive the peti'afy
inatrncticat necesary to the meaking at
a dancer. Colt at GrangersAc'ademay,
at telephone (246,Bll.)

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TAILC2S TO MEN
Collection of,
sive Novelties 123, S, MAIN STIl

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