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October 30, 1899 - Image 4

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THE USIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY
O"JUST F WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? D. f1. TINKER~ & SON
U hAl 1IlS AND S+tTIlN3ISIItl5P
PUBLISIjED llJ eadquarlts for
I ,CAS 1Zatatoat lo t lo-aoaaaa
FR'ONT R0015 OVEUR FIRST NATIONAL BANK. aooaodComltIioaa. s
--AGENTS O0 THE BEST TAILORS 0N EARTH. GNYF( NGE IkSLC.GCRI, A.R Vlh_: W.ivlyn345MtSaetrt
THE MONEY S7AVER, 'g k
F or Car. ainandtaaltion atrtaooo
T he ent t to buic>
WH]Y NOT GO OUT IN STYLE G FIRST__PNATOALoBANK o onaniAborb
WITHf A [OUR IN H-AND Capitl, o ,o aao. Surpls andl fitso 140,00
BY tasatsa onr l nkn. nsnoe o' 1 n0a
'bor 1Ott 5 5 ~ t' Lies rc<( t PtN I ot Itt tt, 0and rihltters o1
crdt e on'0.o .KI~.PreI Atlloa N S ooho
Ni-hi-ataoatL^po ia'oa tog ReIa., te lVicet-t 01t10.1t
NY. A -to l t t oS .t l I V.-o t o 0 1 IC L A R K S O i g a t I a ' Io a aNoo t c0 o h - 0 0 0 . t i o 't a '
C apaltStck.ol S5 0,0 00Sr 150,000
PE'DL- Rocheter ani fit( viucnwoociCThe BANDn SEE aertatt on , o- w'tit ~tntlttoo.r 1iz . ttntlorill(! w 'arflE ith ; Law
ub i h r rc 1 5 T eNewLmulmebe :AIN s ilc il, At.I ie mr i~tfr h i tcd hno hsS atRvtaaseo sisloadsel
P u rb ihe s P i e $ 1 . 0 O l NN r O R. F rC Hz l s t a w o a ht aeS i il
'it - nt t t it ofAtlit JohnI .ta a'r tntp~- Calettdar aacIttao bot 81 I G
Neltoll Itt l tia.lit 15chitt t h lto ft I 1 o c y c . : 1 BJlI' h riltn3 11

Univeroity Booksellers
:stationers and
Engravers
320 SOUTH STATE STREET.
U.of M. Barber Shop Itl it alioc{i~tt
and Bath Rooms. '' tl
322 State St. J. R. Trojanowski, Prop.
OUPfIINNEE.S FIdOPI TIC )bN.

-attt tta ttl. iaillat tttttta.t_ ' ' . .11 0"J "''yC I- C1Lt
; u l ({'i,(t~.,1~;:b~e ~nu n '' l~~or 1'iy t~u> n "i'c (ul,,1 r 'Lm 0('1WL tin l~fe o II ' tatf ) fud

o'u">,imWl: et collegea'.tat ntil
Il as liatinebrl et h rt,
toaoioo'. :ata1 I" .\A1111 at. 3.
Hoadlotos at W-b'tallso, ltyat 0
tio a'. s, 1,lonaa ltthmarklet at $3t.00a.
2G0-202 SO. Matino St.
Rebe t1. I' opfa', frat tto 1tg1ta' tI
1000'at ry, (1t io'tta' I'- ' tacher ala'

Satt~da , No% ".- L<(ri - vs. Via'-
inaat',t~~t
lotatuotaytNo. C-Mx L tatat-
01110 t't'l'0 it
SaturdaylovI 0. 'tooiy w nn
ttltal to v.18-Vastyv. Kimtat
at 0e 11 1(t.'

aalso btat o the artof otea hing ttialta "l oa
Univesit to 1and 1 01110'lol ; d w
lT I i t(lt I 10 ANDt aTilt'1]NTlotatIota ol to-,COt n "t11ea\\a
Te totacl l to aa'Imstataloa't paosesson111 1 tat toteit alittle<elt' on
of th entre st+,1:of 1>oh-; Statin
0. on 10011aolotof to-olat alt 0Sh~itsjost
a Y, l~lEa tatttts, Eta., of NV. WNb in010 0 0001 :1 S, ol i tlo Oat'0
b.tt tay ta c hickto Meet ol il blat ons.lo ttlens wi n. hit'ctcn o
We lhve tlll' lt'latia otltl'o, tatllnba jo mu t c r
0100o11uitay l to o tailn ato l to tO lb loll , oat IIII.FI
I Itlow igue.T he S~lolattotk ''11t bet

-.STUDENTS' LECTURE
CIATION.

ASSO-

'Twelve Numbers to be Given This
Year. Tickets On Ssle st
Wilders.
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900.
'3. Congressnan J. P. Dolliver, Oct. 2 7
4. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4.
5. Brig. Gen. Charles King, Nov. 1 7.
6. Will Carleton, Jan. a1 7.
7. Sousa and his Band. Feb. 20.
8. John Temple Graves, Mar. 3.
9. F. Hopkinson Smith, March 1 5.
10. Oratorical Contest, March 25.
11. Chicago Alumni Number.
1 2. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00. Reserved
,seats 50 cents for the course.
" Ie A.
THOSE NOBBY
GOLFS

sol.t ;puce'.
Sitit a Oordi'atblly inlatl111 ato -
sbitou ltr cooaaaoaI iat oaf oaths, o0e-o
cots, tlol e lll' tltaaltliat'andt al aIts.
Wadotliot.Ito till - RIoule', S. Alaoiao.
SUBSCRIIE Ia-Ot 1Il 2 1)111IAy

11on I.I.('arott er000 0010Ita' tto '
The1 atoationa t he tit' d it u yi
1c0 al toO lt' olti ass aoll bible' studay iv-
onat l.\Saloo'brr hll under the 10 1000
of the stude s' th I 'l'll l tala itio010
tn, oIdtal haoisle al.ltir taou t ith a
tate lnrll et thotant 00 befre
11010 -1ot 00st nto',Id a tiatlo tot a re lI-l'
villdto iii otal /lol
Neckwear
N N
O H
L SEE ttsAVLNW V A
0 Wagner & Co. E
S Itaberdius iho. S

a-rrltnsallts a general
Ilatokitag IBulsiness,
pipeful" ia
ye gv- one reaaon
Tobacco - why Old En-
┬žIdo - dish Curve
Cut pipe to.
0 bacco is so
tin box that fita any pocket ia another
reason. No other pipe tobacco haa ever .
made aa many frienda in to short a time-
"It disappoints no one."
A trial box will be sent to any one
anywhere on receipt of ten cenths in
stamps. Address Old English De-
partmoent, The American Tobacco
Co., Iii Fifth Ave., New York City.
All dealers sell it.
SPALDI1NG'S
TRADE-MARK
~~ooba1IFOR 10899
Th SpaldingtOtficial inercollegia~te Fcoatball
n c (X l. Ivlyle al ,itt i-. t'a'aaaa-ol aa v r
100111 ra , ait t'l lco't0 l'foo tb all tati lioatga
Upittoa-ao.Stoetesand coery Requisite tar
the Goole. Slatlo'-'tOfiilo tall Gie
Edtti it Ntta 0ai ltr aat a1, lso rlet-a ilob itoota'o
andrxp ilatoy otes, ccrds pittttttl atlaa oIl
Icdr-.ialoll at~tilllt 10 . lll olllo tto'lo lllta-
t aol Oalllo htltgto all llaotsl ('fre
(I. G. Spalding &~ Bros.,
Makers at
COLLEGIATE
C'a Gee S n
Call a s logs
College Stattorqery and
W. G KERN & GO.
411 Eat :talSt.,
Chtcengo Illt
'NOBBY TAILOR
STATE ST.

IEIL W AR D

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