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November 14, 1899 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-14

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4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
PU B L SI-ED emember that we can suipply you with a $1.0+
Fountain Pen~the Laughlin or Waterman, whicl
wve fully guarantee. WNhat niote can yout ask? Try aE

& co.
BY
RUDYARD
KIPLING

DOWN TOWN, 11t6 SOUTH MAI
In ordering carriages why not get them where you can get yoi
filled on timus with a carriage. AWe have added live more
already large lio- and now have jhe largest numbier of haclis i
which will ensure you good service. Price the sam.
P h oen e 1e e . 5 1 5 E a s t L ih e r t k T U 5 D E 2
LAMPS* FOR S ~
We hsvecsacfnesotetnt of Ccc'cr tDraft., Nickel-plated Lamp, includhagT
Rochesterad the Plumeood, The Bealin and Perfection S tudent basil
the New Lacsp. Plumwcodis aa advance in Lent s. It gives aoa light foe Ih
any Lamp of its kind. We can give yea the hoot Lamasyfotaho
COME At

D. fl. TINKE3R & Sale"
HIATTERIS AND FUSHRSus
Headquarters far
10 HATS, CAPS, MSssFoRNSISm
Itand Completeliae of GYMASIM
GOcODSsadSWsEAES.'
AGENCY FOR LONGLEY HATS
3,34 South State Stree
IN {ST. _______
EARLY! Cor. Mainanad atarca Streets.
HiERE Capitat,$,0Mse. Stnst, S30,00. Trasacts
ur order R, KEsxpar, Pros. C. E.c E~x, Vice-Pros.
to ourFRDIIBLn.Csir
in town FIRST NATIONAL BANKl crganized 1863
Capital, $t00,100. Surplus and Prefits, 240,000t
Tranacatsa generalttanksing buinese. Foreign
exchange bought and sold. Fucnoh lttera at
ty Street. E. D. KINE, Prea. HAER5R0SON tOLE
S. W. CLARKSON Castaer
The 15la~n Arbor Savings Banik
Tha Royal, The Capital Stack. $500,000. Surptus, $50,000.
Rlesouces, .60~tit0..
;heoiltused than ttreaniettutider the GenealBaeking Laws
ofthis State. Rtecives deposits, soya and rolls
exchagaotetrincipalcitiesofothe. United
Status. neafts ecathed upon prope idonti~cation.
Safety deosit hcoe to rent.
ND SEE. tOrteones: Chriistia ackt,Pee.;W.D.Harri-
man, Vice-Proe.; Cban.s. E.niscom. Cashier; Ad.
J. Felt, Assitant Cashier
.ARNOtD, tatVice-pr
J.oV.C.WaoAcdot.Caehier SI lNGS
ity vs. Cane BRINK
T ransacts a general
ty vs. Kala- Bankig Business,
l~y arangedSatara at
ly arane ~ COLLEGIATE CAPS,
flute, and fl. GOWNS sod HOOS,
apt mandolin. Renting af
ice att vocal CAS anad GOWNS.
Vice Music 1 PC(LV
CLASSCN ES,
11 you more ,C COLLEGE FLAGS,
.1t I CLA5SS PIPES.
CASS STATIONERY,
X1p1in0 COLLEGE PINS.
iis teaching SPECIALTIES
omylin tlb r, WC.KERN&WCO.
he oot ball lit ty-f venih St.
tao been uin- (1t1tt AGOI. ItL.

Old Numbert
Publishers Price $1, o50 .44 SO. MAIN ST.,-
Our Price $1.10 ANN ARBOR. MICH.

DEAN&

V i.& 1 1 a s v. --S

SHEEH11AN & CO.
University Booksellers
Stationera and
Engravers
320 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ii o M Barber Shop Ltaest iotpec-
and Bath Rooms. ntcitoessed.tl
322 State 5t. i. R. Trojanowski, Prop.
1RARR 11 i The
BIUItBER
O3UARAtt4reE.Ss SfTI5F IGTION.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS,MOt
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Gresnwead, MR. P. A., Chsicago
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
Gentletmen's heginning lca. Monday. 8 to 1t p.m.
Ladies' heginaing alca, Wed.,58 to 10 p.
PINK BROS., Instructors.
Office and Academy, linkel Halt, 334--336 5. State
THE
HockingValley R

TALENT REWARDED. Calendar.
The Parke, Davis & Co. fellowship of Saturday, Nov. 1-Vars.
$5100 a year at the University of Michi- at Regents Field.
gao has bee nawvarded to Ralph 11a. Saturday, Nov. 25--Yarsi
Page. Mr. Page received the degree ofmaotRens'Fld
bachelor if science with the clana of ________
1oss. Music must be especial
--for guitar, banjo, cornet,
Students are cordially invited toain- nearly all instrumentsa ce;
opect our complEte lilies of suits, over- With mandolin you ranu
coats, monas furnishings and hats. selections or violin nmusic.
WVadhanis, Ryan -Otoule, S. fdain at. Co., Wash. street, will to]
Dressmaking of all kinds neatly done about it.

SERVING 17IS COUNTRY.
The leave of absence of Dr. P~. L.
Sherman, secretary to Dean C. Wor-es-
ter, United States commissioner to the
Philippines, has b'en extended. Rio
place has been taken by G. A. Hulett,
Ph.D., a graduate of Princeton and of
the University of Leipsic.
TO PLAY OFF THE TIE.
t901 and 1902 will play again tomor-
row afternoon at the Fair Grounds at
4o'clock to deride which shall have a
place in the final class game. They
haxla met twice with a blattk score re-
sulting each time.
TO TEE FACULTY AND STUDENTS.
The utndersigned htas taken possession
of the entire stark of Backs, Station-
a.y, Holiday Goob's, Er:1., af W. W.
Wetmore, Main street, in trust, at the
request of the ma: tgagees, tc dispose of
at any sacrifice to meet the obligations.
We have all varieties of goods which
you ace daily and this will be a rare
opportutnity to obtain them at remark-
ably lowrfDguces. The stork must. be
sold at once.
E. H. MEREST, Trustee.
Ta., Ths, 5-0
A complete. line of Adler Dean. fOne
suits at Wadhatna, Ryan & Mente, 2005-
202 S. Stain at.
FOR RENT-Large front room on frat
0locr, half a block from Campus. 303
S. State.

John Buttler, '98, formerl
the 'Vaisity bae ball team
history andl political ercoc
Ishpeming High School. V
team of this school, wrhich h

dcr his coaiching, defeated Escanaba
Saturday by a score of Ft to 0, owinning
the Upper Peninsular championship in
the interscholastic series. Escanaba
weas coached by their superitntendent of
schools, It. D. Ewing, '90 Rag., at one
time leader of the 'Varsity Mtandolio
Club. Two days previous to the game
"Johnny" gave; a lecture before ladies
at the city and girls of the High Scohoiol,
explaining the great game of foot ball.
Wanted-All thsse who wiish to join
the doass in journalism to apply at
WT. E. KEPP,
420 5. Fourth ave.,
49 Ann Atrbar.
A nne line of Manhattan Shirts junt
in at Wadhams, Ryan & eule. See
themr. S.SMain at.
FRATERNITY HCOUSE PARTIES.
The Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will
give a house party next Friday evenitng
at its chapter house sn Washlena~w
avenue. The Psi Upsilon fraternity will
also givrt a house party on Friday
evening, Do cember 5.

ARV' Cyr
Tobacco ." '
A SLICE TO A DI Nit. L
1

-pipeful" is
one reason
why Old En.
glish Curve
Cut pipe to-
bacco is so
popular.. .
The curved

tin box that fits any pocket is another
reason. No other pipe tobacco has ever
made as many friends in so short a time.
It disappoints no one."
A trial box will be Sent to any one
anywhere on reneipt of ten cents in
stamps. Address Old English De.
partmsent, The American Tobacco
Co., Ill Fifth Aye , New York City.
All dealers sell it.

WAG NERTRDc-AR
~i'~Ot all FOR 5589
YThe Spaldtsg OttI ll Interrotlegiate Prolball
TAIODS\ 1;T ~M [ n ed sOs ie ta y ie.ie onOtt arv ted

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