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October 24, 1900 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

4 TH UNIERSIY OFMICHGAN AIL

FULL LINE
GYMNASIUM,
FOOTBALL,
GOLF GOODS
Can be found at Our Store
Sheehan &Co.
320 S. STATE STREET.
You Carl get a
HOT LUNCH
TUTTLE'S
3,38 South State St.
BARGAINS
sio, Orient $34
$40 Sterling 29

Excursion Rates

INTO
GlOOD CLOTHES

WE CAN SHOW YOU more than 1000 of the teost invittng ntytea for Patt
and Wtttter Suitittgs that were en-er hrought together.
TO ALL WHO BELEIVE
that stritlty made-to-measure garments ougeht to he hoaght hetow the prices
ordtnarity ettargedt te frattttysay, "HERE YOU ARE."
GOODRICH & DUKE,
Agettt for the Rest Tattors en Earth. Frost room orer First Nattonat Bank

jCALKINS'

Three graduates of te U. of MI.
School of Pharmacy put tip prescrip-
tions here..,-Educationt, skill and
experience are at your commantd
here..... . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

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If

'ientchler, the flp'otogapher.

New Platn For Inter-Scholastics.
lost yatst hiers' tos Somett etiSit-ssit
tttt ttesttrt'sttell 5'ttt't of tte Isiteroeltol-
t's;it- ltetgtte stt-cttst stttttvllesttts ere
tttt g-ist- st tott. Mststai r tsstrris P.
l~iislsthtt siooa otess'otliessle this soot
sttttt tttty ltiglt s(t'ttol testss tlltt is all
Isis tofttr tt losstter tctttt11t3" teattts
astt gistge-r ittiH, iitrvill get its-,;jutt
tre too t-tL

Wsatssr S. Wixostt.Si Lawttof srLei-
inttgtstt.htssbeto-ott mo-tittated fstr ros-
et',-tts i t itrttey sy tite trepttblicasnn
of tss-sols cout. It. E. Rivtditll, al-
sot It stgraduastie, is ottite soase
tickt fotsr citrctit, ousrt cotittmissioner.
Pis0,fooViosoof telryssss erawsdati
t'e Cotuttosoe for ostle iby I<tltttsll.
Complete line "Adler' fail nulls and
overcoats at Wadhtama, Ryan & Roule.
Holler's to- tttsstttss fIsrthigh class
W 1 sh 114 eeryr ttttaititt -hlsbee

VON IIOLST!!I
U. S. Constitutional and Politi-
cal History. Thtis is the LASTV
WEEK Of the
VON HOLST CLUB
Incidently the LAST WtEEK to ob-
tain this Standard Work at the
Special Price of $10.00 for tite
S VOLUMES.
(A1LAGNAN1 & (0.
ANN AERBOR BRANCH
OPPOSITE LAW BUILDI5G6, 340 S. STATE
Cor, Main and Husran Streete.
Capitat, 1050t. Surpls,$50W.'Transeacte
general hank-taghuseine.
R, KEm, Presn. C. E. GCana, Vice-Pen
PaE. B Barons, Cashier.
FIRST rNATIONAL BA KOrgaRn ize 86S
Capitat, $stereSurplsand Profits, 105,000
Transacts a general stashing business. Farrigc
exchange boasght and sold. Foensh leers af
credit.
E, 0. KINNE, Pres, HARRISON SOUILE.
Vice-Preer
S. W. CLABKSON Cashir
Th lnn 1111arbor 8avinus Bank
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surcplus, $150,t00t.
Resoutecens,$1,0t,00.
tregsnieed ander tho Geneeal Basking Lawn
of this State. Beceivsn depositt, tesys and satin
eachange en the principal cities at the Uatted
Staten, Dtaftsscashed stpen peoper identifications,
Safety deposit hexen to rest.
OirrncEa: ChristianaMack.Prcs.; W,.D.Harri-
man, Vice-Pree.; Chaa, E. Hiscock, Canhier; M0.
J.Frit, Assistant Cashir
W.ANOLD, tVice-pes
J.Y.SHEAN , 2dyi-st.Cas SI I
JOss. C. W A r , Asttoi ~ 1 I6
WI1NK
Transacto a general
Batnking lBuoiness,

$3~5 Foster 24 'itt~ tess ssss-tt sinceros sts is
Antdinauty othes. (Call and see them. nets- -sec'ito s-st-li,'rt-e s'sltis sht
MI. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMIPORIUM, tritoreo sstssrsisit'it-a(Illsre s' 5 ol- Lstol$:>lhati soseis the Itosrord.
119 W. WASHIINGiTON ST. istwos: CW isis tiyttti & Pell, sle agenlo.
Jein thelasses-in dancing at 1. 1littoilt. It t trtltt ltiilts tsstslt (:;title.
'. Satiistt iil ists- l ('isĀ° I 'is-Ih ti lltt1(5tsIscol ts. itS(Isis-fori stott
1.Altiist. 5 5111ill it,1"say's.
A N I4.'M lsstslte.-
s- 1 ' . II I II 1111'.IAll i ul -stllis-isi sltttltl 50list siolto
erbeiswt cn rtISOIM E lAsi A~tisi, tttllol stnlltll 1sgolt
strangers Acodemy Ott Ohsysan l St. -- rsitIssiss
4.sI Iaitle, Endlsosedtl iy st-stisrisets people-sts'
Alttilhs lli st1o~snus il~n e Ins icstist sttstsssi sl, slssisit' : tisslw -
itesc elt gil 55515wi Ociolsild slulte casits' Ii salsslt ltisi d l iltssl
el d ls sli tos-I s l t ltststiiofipi theIlt os ofts itis Ssolsd ist('stflsitis' I tlss
W 011(1 Ists it lts NA-iner s tillctitsI li'110 1t
vIIltpinsipof he'litet 'e Ittts tstyours y slsItass. t'Ititlttdlby
C. iE. BARTH-EIL, Agent, Itilnslst61it I- tlistttls isoltlls Ittinllse II iss -i.sits-.Tes~t esic
,306 S, Snare St. Ann Arbor, flich.t~ tsr ict- ost-illits-s-IittlA1111 Asribor --
W/HY DON'T:!. (Ilrttx~sc tYOU (lit'll ,id i ((i(thttstssilie ior
Get Youir I1sMeals aisd Luti co t Ie~ 4' 'l _isirs'sslo- At11111-Ic i~-ss Ito- s-s-sd t ul
i 1 (t. T e o o itit 555i 1llll55 ts' -lst
JW qT~ tstllsr~ueen 'sile tettiill sof 1l1"I.('1) - PSIh
OPEN ALL NIOSIT. bpliit il- 0,1 111ss. I iii 1its ('ottt se. 25cst 1
HURON ST., lwo daoenrs wstlol Cook House. - Nto\\s ll sills';it Wilters. l icslt 1
I 'itlilit ilt-s-s tlof Ihlit' 1'ilitosltli(tst -
0, M M IsIocitT Ilrsisy slill 4:15. 'The Assttsj' W'sdli lis, ttyan & Nettleore sole
MATN II ~lIai stil eeal t- s'-sltii . ittliersiltt'i',' s'lts i pi olatti 'll ttdelrtr.
FUNERAL __

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Embalming a specialty. No- 209 S. 4tt
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Rea
dance 302 Fifth Avea-
Tr'y The...
NORTH SIDE -A
LAUNDRY
THIOS. It-OWE, Prape.
t1003 Broadway. 47 BIll P'hone
COLLEGIATE CAPS,
GOWNS and HIOODS,
CAPE and GOWNS,
A SPECitSLTY-
CLASS CeHOES,
COLLECH FLAGS,
COLLEGE PINS,
HATS and
CAPS.,.!t
W.GQ, KERN & CO.
1 CItOAGO, tLL.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NOB5Y BROWN

C older weatber is Comhing
And wtth it comes thoughts ot
Wtntcr Garments
p WAGNER & Go., Importing'T'ailors,
Can please you tn the many
little things that go to make up
good tailoring.
g 121 and 123 S, Main Street
iJUT THlETIN~fQ FOR TAKINGQ LECTURES
SCH LEEDE'
TEMPORARY
WI BINDER
1111 Opens like a book.
~ihIU Beat he old string coo-er
Lecture paper 31b, for Sac
The neel fousntainpes 8
F. SCHLEEDE, - - - - - 340 South State
s ,MILWARD-

SPAULDING'S
FOOTBALL SUPPL IES
Are universally coed wnherever the game it
played, the trade mark being the gunarantee.
-Via Spaulding Official Iter-collegiate Feet
nail.
Is used tiy all the leading colleges Send
athletic cluhs of the country. Price, $4.00.
Sesd for Catalogue of alt Athletic Sports.
Spalding's Official Pent Ball Guide, with the
sew Ituleso re1te0, and records, ren-lawn and
instruetions, including pictures of 1600players.
Price, 10 censa
SANDOW'S SPRING-GRIP ODUMB-BELLS
Isnveneed by Sandow. Have so cequnl an an
runtrcisernd developer. Every muscle Sane
fitad.
L A. 0. SPAULDING & BROS.
(Iscorporatedt
NEW YORK C HtCAGO DENVER
THE FINESTLINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY-

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