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Ihal ounof oanllaars1h smal-
1l1ws 0i rseneldibtwnthei-oth attnd
16th of De. J, '9 can' affod btt C(OMMEINCING ATl9:30 SATURDAY, DEC, 9, AND CONTINUING EIGHlT DAP S,
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ore willng to stand that inorder to_________ ____ _____________
Regular Price 25e. --_
Calkins' Pharmacy i rAT THE OUTFITTESBO0WTDISII W MATTESON, 822So STAT"E.l
MQOI~E & wJ~oI&1~,
NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
d:ave a Full Assortmaent <:f UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS,
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
TI-I E-USLA1 1ISC0UNTI' GIVEN TO STUDENTS.
SECOND HIAND BOOKS BOUGH'T OR EXCHIANGED.
CAEMDS E1 3-TZAJ 3VF SJTJ TNM TE BEST TiES,
SHEEHAN&.Oo.'Ia X a. cii1
CN\IYE:RSIJY EOJ >U)R SLLI I:IS, S201..'
STATE STREET. D Jo ot wr11'elick. DotsJJOJ 0smoke -JJ1JiSJOy.
1105 1o0hadJdor. Gives tto ure whiel/ ihlt.
- ~~. f .I11010 10211benl iuJbci'rrcls- Js as1/it 00ditfilled wftert.
JJIt lllpre caboii. CGiveo lightJithJIJJouioketo0,01101.
Special Sale of O oIrioig Tablets. 1)Detled promptl.( Sod onlOy/Jby DeanJJ& (Co.
Fine,, Linoen ndJWoveo iIto' P A o-i ,25c-00 --
4Swcaters ood Gymnilasoom Soils.
Visi10ng Cards engaved onortoll ic.
Univewrsity IBooksellers, Stationors andl
The Simplex Printer.
A oew ivion'for duplicating; opies-.cof
W.5ill 01160 110 111100made0001 011
44 South Main Street. D&&N&C MP~ANY.
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; lFrom,an orignal, 011 tidinory paper with
any poo, i00 copits tconoe10ad0. 'Fifty
copies of typewrier manuscripts produoced
is 15 mnts-..
We will sell thin machine for only
$5.00. which is way below cost of
manufacture. The Printer in new.
and can be neon at the office and
Ladieo' ArtiticeHairdrensing Foolars.
j ADIE S' 1ba10001.1l0 100 manirinlg, 11110
F-4 0a111 s0111p101101tmntoite lnol
ho 11. MIll..J ItR'I'o.1 01111101, 0 E. Wo,hl--
F'IR ST N .AlIO N A L BANK
Ov ANN ARBIOR.
G1a 1011, $0000. :S0u110plusad P10010sDO3(00.
Ti1rnsoots a , generail bankinglbusness, For-
eignexcane, ouoghtanod sold. Letters of
credit p00011101l for travelers. abroad.
PIEBCII, Pres.S. Wf CL ARKON, Cashier.
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP
And BotRooms. W. 1H. OWEN. Pion.,
N~o. 4 East HaroitiSt.. Opplosite Court
Houo. Hot, Cold and0011 Salt Biaths. Por-
STEAMFI hIuND1RY 60:
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
F. S. SEscVISS, - Manager.
Trie Choral Union m010t1 tonight
instead of tonmorrow night.
'Thle S. C. A. board sat for a pit-
tulre at Corliss' gallery Saturdlay
Prof. Truebloodl gives a written
qu~iz to tile class ill 11e Great OIra-
Thle senior loats meet tonight in
thte law lectture room for thse election
of a valedictorian of the class.
J. A. Blordeaux, loot year lpresi-
dent of thseIDemocratic club, woo in
town Saturday on legal buoineso.
Patti appears in the auditorium in
Detroit, Tuesday night, Dec. 19.
See announcements in another col-
The proposed faculty recital will
be given in the School of Music
building on Thursday evening at 8
iDuring the meeting in University
hall last night, a large stiuare of
plastering fell upon the heads of thse
The first of the two quizzes on
Upton's Money in Politics for tile
course in Currency and Banking
will he given tomorrow.
Advance orders for the Oracle
have already commenced to come
in, ,425 copies being already spoken
for. Those who wish to he sure of
a copy should hand their names at
once to some memher of the hoard.
The boo will he on sale one week
from this morning in the main hall.
Prof. Stevens arrived home Thurs-
day fronm Chicago, wisere he hsas
been packing the t". of MT. exhlibit
for shipment. Tile exhibit is nlow
on the road.
Dr. J. i1. Kellogg, of the Ilattle
Creek Sanitariunm, will give an il-
lustrated lecturetis evenisg,before
thse Unity club, on "A Sound Mlind
inl a Sound Body.'' Admission,
The Young M4en's 'Liberal Guild
will discuss "The Football Situa-
tion'' at its meeting in the Unitarian
church parlors on Wednesday even-
ing. 1:. C. Shields and othser mem-
hers of thse Athletic committee will
-%WM_ R. FULDE..
V155RS1r CGLASS TAILOR1,
'Willam Street Fi-tllolor stState Stlle01.
- .01-ilin Slvr, enamoelled iii
Sorecatchipiii. Prllc, $150.
IVI. ARNOLD, Jewler.
FLOWRS, f fOW S
COUSIS& RALL, Florits.Tlehn "1
JreJ xrners' aynd i eckan' nk
Capital, 0501,l. surplus andllProfits 517,001.
Doeso 0 01001111 Jalcningnllbusiies. Pnys inter-
est.11OnSi riosDiposits. los Safety
Deosit Boe or ren1t011.
lt. 02I110. li-es, F. H. IBELSIE, Casier.
5TRAJ ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS whlo aleswill-
lng to pay alittle nmore than t11e0price
discuss the question. Jihrged fiotheodinay trl~adeCi r rtt
Tocollections were taken yes -Th '
terday at the meetings held by TeRichmNondUStraight Cut No.
Evangelist Mills. At the msen's C1GrAR:T'1'ES
ae mode loom thle brightest, emost delica10
meeting in tile morning, $150 was in flavor, and ighest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in 'ria
raised for the poor of this city. At BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, andleobrve
last night's meeting, $178.63 owas 1that 11he1101110of thle manu0facturers 05
realized for the destitute miners in belowis aonsevery pactage.
thse northern part of the state. I xBe-!innEIERGAO500c~i o
Trhe Mills meetings yesterday were p '. BRANCH R, nsCt1KaNDV1ttN1
largely attended, University hal
being filled both afternoon and OH. 11.
evening. Mr. Mills will speak only
once today, at half-past seven this The Leadin
evening in University hail. To-.
morrow meetings will be held ..4isJa. JTAI LR
throughout the day, beginning with
neighborhood prayer meetings at
eight o'clock and meetings i nthe Sn honwltFl ndWier'olesai
theoee alettoelk in the city Von cAn fetlonyd
various churches at nine o'clock. selection you are looking foe.
Mr. Mills will preach at ten, at three COME AND SEE US.
and at half-past seven, the evening
meeting to be in Unsversity hall. 2 E. Washingtonl St,, near Main.