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November 15, 1899 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-15

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D epartment
Former Price
25ar)d 3Oc
Now
5 and 20c
+ HEEHAN &COG~
UNIVERSITY 320 S. State
BOOKSELLER Street
U. of N. Barber Shop L
and Bath Rooms. the eudtoeoc. Still
322 Stater:t. J. R. Trojanowski, Prop.
The
BRBER
tG~.esri' rkoe.5 ,fiTlPAGTlONM
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greenwood, M. P. A., Chicago
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
.Gentlemen'sbeginning class. Monday, 8to 10p.m.
Ladies' beginning class, Wed.,8 to 10 p.m.
PINK BROS., Instructors.
OfIce and Academy, Nickel Rall, 334--336 S. State
THE
Hocking Valley Ry

GoodrIchHATTERS AND FURNISHERS
Goodrich, W alker & Murphy HeadreAfr,
FRONT ROOM OVER FIRST NATIONAL BAN. aomle neo NAsIU
AGENTS FOR THE BEST TAILORS ON EARTH. AGENCY FOR LONGLEY HATS
334 South State Stree
L. C. GOODRICH, A. R. WALKER, W. MURPHY,
THE MONEY SAVERS,
i" r~- Im 0-4. AM 'm 'w rw -w w rya t'+ qw ® C AR AD 4V i, -

NT IINE hERE
PARTY SE 5N I AKHR
liordering carriages why not get them where you can get your order
illed on tine with a carriage. We have added five more to car
already large lin- sand now have the largest nunler of hacks in too i
which will ensure you good service. Price the same.
Phone 106. 515 East Liberty Street.
LAMPS FOR STUDE NTS
We have a fine assortment of Center Draft, Nichel-plated. Lamps, including The Royal, The
Rochester and the Plemewood, The Berlin and Perfection Student Lamps.
The New Lamp, Plumewood, is an advance in Lamps. It gives more light for the oil used than
any Lamp of its kind. Vi scan give yo the best Lamps for the
CEMASEAENDSE

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

COME AND SEE.
DEAN 00

The White Pine. Calendar.
Prof. V. M. Spalding of the botanical Wednesday, Nov. 15-Semi final class
department of the Univiersity of Michi- game, 1901 vs. 1902.
gan is the author of a government Friday, Nov. 17-Brig. Gen. Chas.
bulletin, issued by the division of for- King in S. L. A. course.
estry, entitled the "The White Pine." Saturday, Nov. 18, 10 a. m.-Final
It is an exhaustive treament of the class game at Regents' Field.
white pine tree, its geographical distri- Saturday, Nov. 18-Varsity vs. Case
bution, natural history, growth and at Regent's Field.
development. The dangers from dis- Saturday, Nov. 25-Varsity vs. Kala-
eases and insects, the forest manage- mazoo, at Regents' Field.

ment of the white pine industry and
the character of the wood, also receive
sue attention. The data uned in this
report are from investigations begun
fourteen years ago. Over 700 trees
were examined in different parts of the
United States.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts just
in at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule. See
them. S. Main st.
Coach Woodruff of Pennsylvania
stated that Michigan is stronger than
Chicago in eight positions. But A.
Alonzo says that Pennsy's coach is
core anyway.-Cardinal.
Wanted-All those who wish to join
the class. in journalism to apply at
once to
W. E. KEPP,
426 S. Fourth ave.,
49 Ann Arbor.
The Women's x.ymnsium was opened
yesterdany. Clanses will commence to-
morrow. The formal opening will occur
under the auspices of the Women's
League some time next week.
The vestry of St. Andrew's church
have elected Col. B. M. Thompson and
Dr. C, B. Nancrede delegates to the
Diocesan convention at Detroit. Prof.
C. S. Dennison and Major Harrison
Soule are alternates.

Only three days more of that 30-day
cut Price Mandolin and Guitar sale at
the Ann Arbor Music Co.'s store on
Washington st. It would pay one to
buy their Christmas gifts now.
Students are cordially invited to in-
spect our complete lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main st.
1901 Class Meeting.
Thursday, 4 p. m., in room 2, south
wink, University Halt. Important
business.
WALTER McLAUC LAN,
46 President.
Dressmaking of all kinds neatly dOne
at 412 E. Huron street. -45
A complete line of Adler Bros. fine
suits at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main st.
FOR RENT-Large front room on first
floor, half a block from Campus. 303
S. State,
An iron reading desk is being made
at the engineering shop for the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. These desks are
characteristic of the University of
Michigan, the idea having been worked
out in its engineering department.
Harvard University has been given
$150,000 with which to found a Univer--
sity Club.

Cor. Men and Hron Streets.
Oapital, $50,000. Surps, $30,000. Transats a
general banking business.
R, KEMPr, Pres. C. E. dinsss, Vice-Pres.
FEas. B ns nE. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL eANK onid ses
Capital, $100,00. seurpls and Profits, t40,000
Transacts a general banking business. Foreign
exchange bought and sold. Furnish letters of
credit
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice-Pres.
S.W. CLARKSON Cashier
Tie finR frfor Saving Bank
Capital Stock. 0,000e. Surplus, $150,000.
esosturces 8,600.000.
Organized under tbe General Sanking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and sells
exchange en the principal cities of the Uoited
Sates.Drafts cashed epon peeper identif cation.
Saafety deposi est ents.
Oesyesnt Christian Mack.Pres.;W.D. Harri-
man, Vice-Fres.; Chas. S.Hiscocc. Cashier; M.
J. Fritz, AssistantCashier
W. J. BoroH, RFs.
'. AsNOLD, 1st Vice-pres
J. V. soeooAs, 2d Vice-pres
JOHN.C.WALTZ, Asst.Cashier
BRXK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
COLLEGIATE CAPS,
GOWNS and liOODS,
Resting of
CAPS aod GOWNS,
fl SPECIEILTY.
ii CLASS C{SNES,
COLLECE FLAGS,
I CLtIlS PIPES.
CLASS STATIONERY,
COLLEGE PINS,
SPECIALTIES
OllE Fifty-Seventh St.
CHICAGO, ILL.
"A slice to a
~IA lo pipeful" is
v E%,. -' . one reason
Pipe -
Tobacco . 4 why Old En-
~ g lish 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 receipt of ten cents in
stamps. Address Old English De-
partment, The American Tobacco
Co., III Fifth Ave , New York City.
AI dealers sell it.

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