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December 14, 1900 - Image 4

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TE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

4

NEW BOOKS
WORTH READING
Te Cardinal's snuif=box, Henry Haland
On5 the Wingeof Octsiosn Joel Chandler Harris
The Hearts IHighwasy, Ma-iry iE. Wilkine
The Lane that hail na raie Gilber't tarter
flae Fables, Georg Ade
Alice af Old Vincennes, MaI'urice Thompsone
in the Palace of the King, i. Marion Crawfored
'Songa oi she,flerning EeeeiPhillpetts
The Isle of Unreat, Henry Seion Merrimarn
, Bicycle ef Cathay, Frank R. Stockton
Eleanor, Jm. Humphrey Ward
'The Expatriates, Lillian Bet
Hl the Above, at Discount
Prices
320 nS. STATE STREET.
You can get a
AT
33y South State St.
ST A RT ON THE RIGHT ROAD
line to nil syuthwestern pointks
--St. Louis, Kansas City, Om-
aha, all points in Illinois.
Students Tickets, at low Rates
Homeseeker tickets to po ints
in Kansas, Aekanoas, Texan
and Colorado--on sale Tues-
day, Dec. 18. One fart plui
'82.00 from basing points, Con-
sult agents.
R. S. GRuEENWOOD~, M. P. A.
4IRAN(UER'S ADVANCED CLASS
4UESDAY EVE,
Under no tircumstansewildtbeginners
'ee admitted to this clany.TTaneven
id 's 53. Singly Evening, .50yypt,

Perfect Tailoring==Shape Retaining
Is a quality oftten wanting in Nt n'a Sits, hut our tilorn
have mastered the secret yf imparting this characteristic
to ihe gnrments madt for on. Every Garment is made ex-
pres-ls' for the mans wiho us it and if it doesn't satisfy him
,,doesn't get it. If that's a fair proposition come op and
let us iell youi just how mnny Dollars we can nave youonoi your
new Suit or overcoat.
GOODRICH & DUKE,
Agent fisr the Best Taiiorsons Earth. Front room orer firnt National Bank
CATT1 CUT GLASS. Dainty
1111Kpresents for any lady.
y...r.See them in window.
entecbtcv, the 1W0'otogiapbev5
The announremient that Sol Smith Prof. Truebloodi leaven for tie south
tRussell's greait play, "A Poor Relai- this eveninig andh will lecture a1tftefoI-
lion," iy coming again tisyseason will los-luig instituitions: Ohio Al'eslepai
blreirnedi by love of cleaii, whole- Piversity, Earliani College. tInd.;
soiveamsiemienitwith unfeigitedil eas- Central University. Keiitucky; tiarri-
sire. Ittis a pilay iii whice smiles oiiid iianuUnversity, Tennessee; ,-ttsoii
tears ere cliosely mingldtdealing iii University, Floridao: anti will atteine
lieart interests in nueci a natural waoy the Floriida State Teachers' assoiaitioni
is to taswakein iinediate symipaithy. at Tampao.
Frank Keenan, who ii Afr. Russell's-
suggestion, Ateonager Ber-ger engaged , Compiiete line of "Adler" fail osid
last season, tiploy tie'part of N-sale I anid overcoats at Wadhamsy, an ii&
Vale, iias been einiiieiitily suireissfuii. Rieile.
lit his struiggle' to kreserve Ius gentle- ---.-.____
nmenly traits wihe suifferiiig fromsmtanr- Go wihere the Crowd Cue. Youiwill
ration, MAr. Keenan displays talent of meet your friends, at ROSEY'S.
a high order iniisil deft bleniiniig of
ssomedy iiid liathos. Tue icnipainy is a Holidays now at sand. Don't delay
very supierior one, its eiqutilieiiig sel- your photo sittings. haANDALL.
l~oiii seen ontitee of the' lBioadwray -
tiieaters, Newv York City. Tonight lit Bicycle Playing Cards and Poker
the Athenis. Chips at Schaller's Bookstore, Main at
Dii Not Be Deceived.-Onily Monarch 'There wao a class iii public school
Cushions in city on ail tables at music methods formed at the Unirers-
IIOSEY'S. ity school of munic on Wedinesdeiy,

i"

Lectures
Printed lectures for all depart-
ments of the University. Type-
writing and Mimneographing.
ED WARDS BROS.
i(Over eheehanni) State Stree
Redmond, Kerr & Co.,
BANKERS
41 Wall Street, New York
Trtansact a central hashing business.
Rdeeive depnsits sobject to draft. Dividends
and interent collected and remitted. Act an
Fiscal Agetks cor and negotiate the issue of
railroads, street railwavys enscoynnies, etc.
Seurities booght and said on commis-ion.
MemsakrNIew Yerk Exchanee.
1HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
tint ofcuraret onyrittq A~cne e00 iwariloin,
PHITLADELPHIA CORREESPOND)ENTS.
GRAHAM, KERR & CO.
tCnt. lain and Hurnet ree.
Capiitle,,. Surplun, $15,000. Tranracir
general hunhinc businens.
R, KExsPe, Prey. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pre
FE. HB OESst. Cashier.
FIRST NiAJl'NAL BANK or nn Arbsy
rransave s ar n:, , ritees. Foree L
tntharte r ";-t ictco =.,.. io mrist etter o'
credit.
i. 0. KiNNE. is."--. f0 2it. SOPLIS
Vice-Prme
T . .[4 't A'l ° 1'a"' l
tieganiced u ei.e h.ci f Cankingcake-
oh this Stair. 5Receesepfe-tn, toys and nell-
exchange enifhe piencipei citiesofo the Unie..a
States. IDraftyna-teed tieeeleopereidentiictaioyn,
Sfty deporit ieeoe to rent.
OFFICERS: Chri-tiain Mack Pires.;W.iD. Hnrri-
sean, Vice-Pres.; Chee. E.liirec. Caehier: 3X.
J. Frite, Areiitaet i'nsicv
Wt. J. BOOTH, RESn.
W. ARsNOLD,Ieel Vicet-ire
V. 'ASEEHAN, 2d Vicr-pr ee
JOHN.. .WoLTZeAmet". Chane i rr c)VIU
"'BfNK
Transacte a general
Banking 1lusineso.;

Up-to-dote Stationery an Schallers
Booketore, 11t6 So. Main at.
The fineot monograph and other Uinl-
rer-oily fancy letter paper sand padls in
the city. All styles. Schallerso Book-
store, 116 So. Main et.
Tue lprograimi karty- tomnorriou
atfernoon at Grangero Aceadenty will
he coufined 10 theinemtbery of te
1 5 etiryoscf +,acy . tnsare r nein.,

clasnsoill meet three times each week
and the price of thet tuition has beesi
hut at $30.00 for the course. This is
less thail the caitalogue krice and it
is typed that a large slumber will avail
titeitselves of tiiis opportunity taid
take advanitage of the low rate.
You can enjoy thet bent and it costs
youi its more. at RtOSEY'S. Do not be
deceeived.

C. E.l. BARTHIELL, Agent,
,6 S. SOate St. Ann Arhorfich.
WHY DON'T YOU-
Get Your Moals anid Lunchies at
P 0 4OPEN ALL IGiIT.
,IURON ST., Twoadoosam wetjof Cook Kouse.
0. MM R1,11

the- ladies inviting gentleini to par- STUDENTS S NOTICE!
ticipatte yin thie program of daiicescoin- Tue best laundry in the Toledo Laun-
mteninlg ipromptly at 3 o'clock. try. Tiy 1ff. Work called for and the-
_____________ liv'eredh. Lav~e your order at 121 S.
Nown you know 'how lovely if (she) Mlain nk.
would he swith a nice U. of M. souvenir
os-len you go home Christmas. THAL- Waternman or Laughlin Founin
1TEE'S JEWELRY STORE. Pens, $1 each, at Schallers Bookstore.

fi s- Qj j1 ,--.i v, .Oi~~i
i na e v. ?.No .0oCodr5ane 0m
.Si bahP. .ml.Rl).. I , o1 }e'Z.wlatbt rICY tQma>.
_________And iwills i reuurs;thoaghis iif
~p e tt5 ht ~ 5t05O'Winter s>; c -_- ; a r cc -e'tis
fTry The... AE
4 'NORTH SIDE A WAGNER & GO., Importing Tailors,
LAUNDRYCan please yen in the many
LAUN.DRY little thingsnthal go to make up
ass CDetroit IeSt . 45SWelPonprgood tailoring.
" K _ 121 and 123 S, Main Street
-. COLLEGIATE CAPS. .Jf n if/t IOKT! ?I' LiUE
G' OWNhS and i-OOS.
fn1 CAPS a~D GOWNS.SKLEDE
M iSEruIsgnTY TEMPORARY
i CLASS CEB-IES.
- COLLECE FLAGS,
- COJLLEGE PINS. fB D
usts aIn Opens like a book.
a+(' nVI C, E W CO, Theese paper Shb. cerse
,. i.Nf1 ~U~ WThe kest feuntain penn $1
I f, 1h ,,Fit pSeventh St. 4 o t tt
GgS oIL F. SCHLEED Ee- - - - - 34- othSae
.. ..ILWAR.-.e .

SANDOW'S
Ltatest-tent
SpringuGrip
Dumb - Bells
THE Sandowr Spriug Grip Dumbk-Bells are
meade isnewo halves econneced hy adjust-
chie nprings,ths iorcing onteswiemn takinigex-
ercise to have es-ery museaneirti proper ken-
sion.May mancetartainohbrought intoactin
that w-aald otherwseyiet dormnant. Sandonw
claisnthat thin methiod otfexercise in nuperior
toal aohthers.
No. No.
1. Chiidrans',Pair,$120 I14. Yenth's, Pair . $2.50
2. tirin' 44i1.75 5. Ladies' f 2.0
3. Boys, "c1.756. IMte'sn 3am
Cemeplete in hoxtrith chartofexcise.,
Fall amid WintrSports CataloguePree upon
Application.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
(Incerporated)
NEW YOEK CHIkCAGO DNVtER
THE FINTEST LINE OFVSCOTCH ANN
ENSLISH SUITINOS IN THE CITY

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