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October 28, 1900 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-10-28

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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

A
FULL LINE

Excursion Rates

INTO
GOOD CLOTHES

WVE CAN SHOW YOU teei
and Wit e utings that we

GYMNSIUMTO AL
thO tretli made to- inasu
ordinairily ho leliwetfanki
FOOTBALL, Goof
GOLF OODSAgent for the Bet
Can be found at Our Store C[ALINS
Sheehan &Co. ~

)re thi l 00 oft tie mostiviting stele's toriFrll
er fce bought together.
,L WHO BELEIVE
te aretts ouht to be bought below the price-
kl sao HERE YOU ARE.
DRICH & DUKE,
Tailors on treth, Froof room aver First National Bank
'three graduates of the U. of M.
School of Pharmacy put up prescrip-
tions here. Education, skill anld
experientco are at your commuand
here.......... ........

VON IIOLSI!!
U. S. Constitutionall and Political History,
This is the LAST WEEK of the
VON HOIST CLUMB
Incidently the LAST WEEK to
obtain this Standard Work at the
SPECIA PRICE of $10.00 for
the 8 VOLUMES.
(AL1A4BAN &(0.
ANN ARtBOR50BRANCHS
OPPOSITEILAW BUILDING, 340 S, STATE

320 S. STATE STREET.#
You can get a
HOT LUNCH
AT
TUTTLE'S
BARGAINS
$511 Orient $34
#lt sterlitng29
,a Po lar 24
A nt msany otfhers. Call and sre tfhem.j
M. STAEBLE7R'S CYCL[ EMPO)RIUMI
119 W. WASINGTON ST.

lRe tschler, tbe ph~otographer.

.lan the classet ,i ancgaeot t
ANY TIM.E
'Iero-nbe grnscwithtou ir0stI s~to.
mor,nnc'sAc atemy p tOtt 'i rt't.

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ThIi'l! iIlum Sieti l'I'liteillie ufl 03L. Elects Officers -~_______
il,: first seleiii'iilii,il l iltit l_____Cor. Main 0a0dHaron Sireets.
eestl~i1t: ih t I 1 t ii e 'e' hc.. '(' ilet'o'i:;L. I i tt' e, l liili llle W'it ll Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $35,000. Transacts
ccii itilNvse iiofii "'ewI lllllnt'. lca i~mu 'te t ut lii 'Oe geoereatcooking bosintes
'lliitolrs ee 'ic'hil o111oimi t\\'ea t (ml cmiii el ''' clasii ei N k tel. RKnxrr,PFeet. C. E. GREENE, Vito-Free
mltllpi('I'c lNve 'III(' l'ii 'uleiii e: lecei. u l u ' ti' 111. tte FaRE. B.BELSER, Cashier.
to he n( i\sv lelll itliii'titit'i( )lye the ____________________________________
Xl oI lhilit, mie ' h illl~lI1. I ('C) . liti Sma , li, om m'ly thl Ii' tiiili 111ihllo i IA ~ U I l~It ofAimArbor
Ililimmi. 1 lla''iriiie. 'llitllmmml site vv. ccelFIRST NATIONAML BAINK Iseaniard16
Six lnil \\it'e ' itiieint l lsi' i'i'miii' .\s ic tie' iner' m'ta'uiol.li tt'e 'xlii' Capital, 80000. Sorpleus ail Profit, t30,tOO
'Idly.lii til t l 'i ild;ietifitl e lite 175 Transacts a general ha tune hasliesi, Foreign
ali it flei14 li tlilli'li to ole 'tst hU -enehangeitoght and sol. Fuenish letters of
Biyl lylgCarts intl ioker ttlcredtit.
Stieetc 'tayEi. ,DBKINNE, Free, BAR1ttSON SOULE,
Chlls tiat Schller'sia Bookesiore', Main at ''lhl mllt re cull 'led sfattlitie c: EVicePres.
1.II, lit') imoutf.pe ieIii: Alias I II rl~t''ae',imi 'A K .amtr
Iltyy5otur Opera tGlas aIttHaler'O's (li"('.Ilitetil: .1 IE. S\\t'(u'(i'm, r(stilt" t -C
leit tli Slore, mi11w.I.. X.,Pinlci. r l aetc:.1. ' fleTuefi n #Mror Savings BanX
('opital Stacksh,0. Spies, $150,055.
LI cm'toa'i'eye gassesirepaililtbyRescimice-,5~00,000.
t~e t' sti eye ttihet retairet .\. theremmvi'i s not mi mimi 'l mci, mm c'f in Oni eethi le aGeeal Sotiking Laws
Mallet, ,tlilt' ler'of it i I c fi l tt ii i imil ill ill(,iccoftic'e'aofi' oatthis State, Reeeives deposits, btmisaand tells
o___________ eechange en 1tim'.tprincipal citits et the Stnited
:It Bili 'I i m ie a t t- limi<sim' mu11dll(~' States. Draftcashed uaotest oet e it'titceatiot,
Ibit 53 hat Imadec is tie tHoward,. 1 t' imiiiSmoimi afety idepetit tine" to reni.
1 ii"he fte r ' l:lhoId Ilol-OrricEeaomChrisiian1Mac, Pres.; W. DHtarri-
'mmmitciii".motR Otttlm, atemaenta i t ll miitill ire i''tem1e ihl'man, Vice-Pres.; t'tms. N, nisceet. Cashier; M.
_____o___s._\___eo__soo.i.W.J.Feline, Assistantf'ashmie
ttmmtles em p n'mmmitili fi-' hi-h itmaslmimimot ceauim''i iedthl dimimllim' vel'for'
cia i andttttm tittl t't'lyrepii'ng lhts been :1ii'i'iiiuict iii ' mlcmetm ,a toaPam
tbmlillitt icite 1858 .iW. Anxost,tst'l'ice pies SIfII
Neit' hotlasile Silnial to i llit',ilitlli l iii'f imimietiimict'i',\\tt'lt It, JOHN. C.WALTm.scit.'Cashiaer S 1 I G
prster 'atler foxau'tatidry work, Fourt Imiit'ckasiitiII. .Iitt it' \er 1.BPRNK
ice Carml 5,.'mX'mgitt', 121, S. 'Atain St. Sitcce'i'5 timi sh'ill I, the i'otimmi mitt iili"'. ransacts a general
ml-ve otets eimmtlmml, latkimg IBusiness.
,ttt i'ttittmieatts join the cluhb at lihe 1mmit' Crite .(.Clitcel(mioI clfo
laceme, Itmiooms open for a tew' dayasimmi i im clt lmcmmiitl1mmiii
yt. mted. m)nit i ill 111 i limmimlis'tc \illt m mi' _______________________________________
ReseredmSeatosmmass t
-For-m 20OtRD $3.00-Mmtm 'mwatero: French
GO001 GOVERNMENT CLUE LEC-
TURlE CUsi totk; strintg orcettm.The Conm-
Entite US.Couroe, 25c, ties,27 'Thmnpson at,.Ap
Nowt'oilm smle t Wilmdei, State St. Imc it unttla neiYo

C. E. BARTHIELL, Agent,
36 5S. State St. Ann Arbor, ritch.
WHY DOO'T YOU
(lmet Yourtt Mlmits td Lunitches at

OPEN ALL NIGHtT.
1IURON ST., Twoao oars wis 'iol Cook Hettor
0. Ms MARTIN...
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming A specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
dece 302 F~ifth Ave.
TyThe.
NORTH SIDE
LAUNDRY
THl018. It-WE, I opr
100t Broadw~ay. 4570BeltPhore
.. Makers of
COLLEGIATE CAPS,
/ GOWNS and MOODS,
Rentlrs of
CAPS and GOWNS,
{-I SPECIftLTY-
CLASS CLINES,
COLLECE FLAGS,
A COLLEGE PINS,
CLASS eod
COLLEGE
HA'S and-
CAPS...,
WAC KERN & CO,
4i1iF Fifty-Seventh St.
1 UtHIAGO, ILL.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NQOBBY BROW

Cnsmlete lise "Adler fall stilts and iI til ia cii' t fthese tfimely b otttdm cot-
lectie 'iati lii Anmn Arbar Music 'Co.
ovtem'cts ti 1stWsdlststs, tRyant & teole.
Imoto X'iewmms of 'the Bryan crowd at Er li oeyte tueric t otm Wtt't, icaitndrllCo"
____Cort _ous _fosley_ R ndal._ I mmL.t,'Wagnmer, 'agent, 121. 'S.Main.
'madtiatms, Ryan & Nettle are sole Manhattan and Wilson Bran, shirts
m: eutis Cor Ypsilantiuindcerwmealr. fer eale alt Iadhatos, Ryan & enIe.
R Colder weather is Coming
And with tbtcomeo thoughto of
Winter Garmento
SWAGNER & GO., Importing Tailors,~
p Can please you sn the many
1 little things that go to make up
good tailoring.
,yy_ ,ivy I121 and 123 S,jMain Streetl
JUSrT THE TINQ FOR T'AI 14Q LECTUREJ
SCH LEEDE'
I- 1I TEMPORARY
BIANDER
3E~IOpens like a book.
* I ~ l E U Brats the olting covfteats
Lectureepaper 3thb.for 5c
F.SHED, - - - - - 340 South State
MINWR

SPAULDING'S
FOOTBALL SUPPL IES
At'e uivssersally used wsheret-er thme game it
played, the trade tmat'k behng the gaantee.
TmeSptaulding Otficiatlbttter-collegiate Fnnt
Bat I.
Is used bay all lime leadisng eolheesand
athletic elubo at the eountrty. Priee, 54.00,
Send tor Catahogue or all Atihtetic Sports.
Spalding's Oftictal Foot BaS Guidr, acith the
new Rules Car 1900, tod reecords, ret-linssmmnd
instruetiona, includiing; pietuces ot S600 players.
Priee, 15 eents.
SANOW'S SPRING-GRIP DUMBt-BELLS
tavt-aed Say Sandow. ISat-c no eqala as am
exercises and developer. Every muscle bemme-
fited.
A. 0. SPAtULDING & BROS.
(Inncorporated)
NEW YORK CICAGtO DENVER
THE FINESTILINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY-'

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