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May 03, 1901 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-05-03

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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

NEW BOOKS
A King's Pawn, by Drummond.
Uncle Terry, a Story of the Main
Coast, by Charles Clarke Munn.
That Mainwaring Affair, by A. Mayn-
ard Barbour.
Phe Visits of Elizabeth, by Elinor
Glyn.
Like Another Helen, by George
Horton.
The Story of Sarah, by Louise Forss-
lund.
When Blades Are Out and Love's
Afield, by Brady.
The Love Letters of the King, by
Le Gallienne.
The Love Letters of Victor Hugo.
All the above at a discount from pub-
lishers' prices.
Sheehan & Co.
You can get a
HOT LUNCH
AT
TUTTLE'S
338 South State St.
TYPEWRITERS
For Rent. For Sale.
Thesis Work Carefully Done.
Typewriting. Mimeographing.
EDWARDS BROS.
'ver Sheehan's) State Street
...PRIVATE...
LESSONS IN DANCING
Given by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at the
academy by oppointment Single lessonone
persen 1.0, fivc or more persos samr our
i each. All lessons given with music.
Granger's Academy.
Stanip Collections
BOUGHT FOR CASH
2Look up your old collection and
o turn it into ready money. Prompt
Cash and Good Prices.
THE MICHIGAN STAMP COMPANY
Room 3.146 Woodward Ave.. Detroit
A. STAEBLER'S
GYGLE EMPORIUM
119 W. Washington St. 'Phone 8
AGENCY FOR
CRESCENT, STEARNS,
SYRACUSE,
PATEE CREST
AN) OTHER BICYCLES
Repairing and Renting
*Try Vhe-.
NORTH SIDE
LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Propr.+
a 2o DetroitSt. 407 Bell Phone V
o. M. MARTIN...
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Re..
deuce 302 Fifth Ave.
COLLEGIATE CAPS,
GOWNS and OdDS.
Reoting of
CAPS qd GOWNS,
A SPECILTY.
CLASS CNES,
COLLECE FLAS
COLLEGE PINS,
CLASS and d
COLLEGE
CLEHATS and
CAPS ., .
W.C.KERN8& CO.a
411. FiftySevnth St.
C1i"AGO, ILL

HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NOBBY BROWN

HIGH ART ACORT
IORIGFit For A Prince TAILORING
AT PRICES within the reach of ordinary mortals
Your Suit to Your Pteasure
And at a price that will save you frormi
$5.00 to $15.00
from the price charged by the ordinary merchant tailor.
Wilt you investigate? We will do the rest.
GOODRICH , DUKE,
The International Tailoring of Chicago Ed. V. Price & Coof Chicaco B. Stern & Son Chicago
SPRING LINES NOW READY over 1st National Bank
Put a KODAK in
your Pocket
WE SELL THENI
lVentschler, the pihotographer. -

Agents Agents
100 students wanted to canvass
during vacation for the ''A. A.
Improved" gasoline lanps. Sells
si2 Siaht.
SUPERIOR MFG. C01PANY
329 S. Main St.
WA BAS H
PAN=AMERICAN
EXPOSITION
Buffalo, N. Y., May i-No v. 1, 9 O
The Wabash, the "Niagara Falls Short
Line." has made special arrangeme is to
accommodate a large travel between Dse-
trait and Buffalo daring the Expositio
New equipment and additional train ser-
vice will he provided. The Wnbash is the
nnly line operating Free Reclining Chair
Curs between Chicano end Buftalo. Tich-
ets will be good Car atop-over at Niagara
Falls.
Write Car a copy of Wabash Pan-American
Falder conaning a large Owe color map o
the Exposition gro ndsaned handsome clue
etchings of the principal nuildiags.
Ticket Office, 97 Adams Street, F. A. Palmer,
A.G. P. A, Chicago.
Cor. Main andiuron 0treets.
Capital,,$5,,. N .iSrplas$3,0.. Transact
general banking business.
R, KEpr, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Prz
FRED. H BELsER. Cashier.
ofJg n Ann Ar
FIRST NATIONAL BANK organised ri
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Pro. s,3t.0,
Transacts a general banking business. Forcs
exchange bought and sold. Furnish letten
credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE.
Vice-Pr-
S. W. CLARKSON CaShier
Tile Ann lArbor Savings Bang
Capital Stek.$50,000. Surplus,$150,000
Resoures 8,50,0.oS
organized under the General Banking Law
of thi S State. Receives deposits, buys and Sec
exchance o aothe principal itiscone. thUn te.
Slates. Draftsr rioted ipon p roper identifcatlir
Sofety depois orerprent
Oresenur: Chrirrian Mack. Free.; W. D. "
man, VicePre&; Chis. S. IHirsoc. Ciattier N.i
J, Fritz, Assistant. Cabar
W. AROnasx, ltVicctirre- S~TATE
J. V. SHEEHAN, 2d 'ice-prc-
JOHNC. WArz. Asst. Ca 'bh:
Transacts a grnera)
Banking leusiriror

"'Way Down East," which comes
to the Athens Theater on Tuesday,
May r,'is'too"ed upon as one of the
best pieces of theatrical property in
America. It has all the elements that
made "The Old Homestead" and
"Shore Acres" such goeata money win-
ners, and like Tennyson's "Brook" will
run on forever.
Don't delay your photo sittings, but
come early and avoid the usual rush.
RANDALL'S. 12
1901 NOTICE'.
1901 Baseball Men meet at Fair
Grounds today at 4 p. m.
NED BEGLE, Captain.
Crepe Tissue Paper for decorative
purposes in all colors, plain ad fig-
ured, at SCHALLER'S, down town.
U. of M. buttons and pins at HAL-
LER'S.
Anna Held, Saturday night.
Buy your Poker Chips and Playing
Cards at SCHALLER'S Bookstore,
R U A Buffalo? If so, buy a Buffalo
Pin at HALLER'S for 15c.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule are sole!
agents for Ypsilanti underwear.
If you see toe work of the Toledc
[laundry Co. you will be convinced
that you want no other. Agency 121 S.
Alain.

John J .Marshall, a graduate student
in chemistry, has been appointed super-
intendent of schools at Homeo, Mich.,
for the year 1901-1902.
IF I OU WOULD BE HAPPY
SMOKE
Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5e.
R U A Buffalo? If so, buy a Buffalo
Pin at HALLER'S for 15c.
U. of M. buttons and pins at HAL-
LER'S.
Anna Held will be greeted by one
of the largest audiences Saturday
evening that has ever been seen at the
AthieioTheatre. "Papa's Wife' is a
iiisical comedy that borders closely
ott the light opera hune atid personis who
eijoy itty music should not fail to
attend.
STUDENTS NOTICE!
The best laundry is the Toledo Laun-
dry. Try it. Work called for and de-
livered. Leave your order at 121 S.
Main st.
R U A Buffalo? If so, buy a Buffalo
Pin at HALLER'S for 15c.
Only Monarch Cushions in city are
on all Tables at ROSEY'S.
A sixteen-pliate static electrical ma-
ciine has been added to the eluipment
of the University hospital for the treat-
ment of patients suffering with dis-
eases of the mind and nervous system.
SPRING
SHIRTINGS
WAGNER & CO.
HATTER HABERDASHERS

AGENTS FOR THE FA
+ ROYAL AND CYGOLF SH
PATRICIAN SHOES FO
ONE PRICE $
$ OUR SHOES POLISHED FREE
+

~I~olI SIOR[ Spalding's Official League Ball
+ Is the Oficial Ball of the National
League, the leading minor
MOUS + league and all the college
and athletic asrociat ons.
OES FOR MEN' A hadsome Catalogue of
Base Ball and all Athletic
R WOMEN + Sports maile, free tn any
address. Spalding's fhcial Base
Ball Guide for 1901, edited by
3.50 $ Henry Chadwick, ready March 30,
1901; price 10 cents
E OF CHARGE + A. U SPALDING & BROS.
(INCORPORATED)
++++++++++++++++++++ New York Chicago Denver
1HE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY

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