Mr. B. St. James, formerly of the firm of Goodyear & St. James and who recently pnrchased the stook of Bach & Roath, has his openingtoday. Mr. St. James has proved himself a wideawake, hustling business man. He opens up today a splendid line of dry goods for the inspection of which he invites the ladies of Ann Arbor and vicinity. Mi. St. James has purehased a large quantity of the very latest styles of goods and, as a result, has his large, new store packed to its utmost capacity with np-to-date goods. He has made a specialty of ladies' dress goods, underwear and hosiery. To the elabórate assortment in these lines Mr. St. James wishes to callespecial attention. The ladies oannot fiud a larger assortment in these particular lines anywhere in the county. Then, too, Mr. St. James bought these goods at a time and in such quantities that he is able to make the price right. The ladies should at least cali and look over his new goods and new stylos before pnrchasing. He is sure he can please yon both in quality and style as well as in price. Remember the place, at Bach & Roath 's oíd stand, comer of Main and Washington streets.