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THE UNIVERSITY 0OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Publinhed Daily (Suntiays excepted) during
the Coilege year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orrn: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ste.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, '50 L.
BSUSCNESS MANAGSER
0. 5H. HANS, '05 L.
EDITORS
H. B. SKILLMuAN, '552L., Athletics.
E. L. GEISERe,'93L. - - - Monday
BUTERi aLAMe, '00, - - - Tuesday
G. D. HouNvaT. '00.. - Wednesday
T. R. WOOnisOw,'90, - - Thursday
A. CAuruELc,,'59,- -- -Frday
1. +1. CAuruELL, '00, - - - Saturday
The subscriptiun price of the iDaily is $1.10
far the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices. rommsueb'a-
tiuns, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mast he handed in at ithe Daily slfice be-
fore S p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
P. in., of she day previous to that an which
ther are expected to appear.
Subseriptios may he left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stofilet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
Thue Dily boardi wiiiimietetthi after-
unoon at 1 o'clock, ini Zooims9,* Univer-
sity Ha~ll.
Tise Carsllnal's otisiinelit of Dec. 8,
x'ogai'disg Ills'coinferetiwes wvhichs flu-
aily resulti'idii is tesuissltislrios of

An We Ueed to Be.
The followlungextract froma a lettei 3 av n ' t
to the Doily fl's-ni Julius C. Troelos, Ph oto's T ak~en INS,
busineOs mnaisgel' of thesoDaily ii' by-
goine ye'ars, gives a -good idea. of how
filings useid to tie: Th e r ff
"'Pisc'copy sf the Daily yoilsielt ?is
recails Ilic tleiis svheni I xx51s acuinig (Successor to Gibson & Cla
as liusinss iigir and theic<ubufflo
llid tifals we 1100si through. tI d .s 112 'West Huron Street, Ann
hard work the first twvo yearsofsfito
i-xiotenee in alsxays seeing "fr oe i
ilo-ad to locatfe enosughifind-s lou:ol-Stu~(
xvint ak yrntigpynei s iths. Ansd tuhi s slot lie lcist of
nay tr-oubes. Ass 1nov.-reii soenibel it,
there were f-enmanaiging sesitor's dii fL ect
ing lilsytermno ofsfice, '-ii iltsthle le bi on fto<-hn5to
dos-ac tlssese xvotul tie lls 11151 ix ii
two nthe '-ifii o'sf the il i"i se (1 .A ss
thos issoiegiiig editor andsihip soA(s-s(
andl it vassthese (tfine eo x 11 's1NAT' My AC U
ilsssked dar.k ilii the holly's-c ( 115(1and 3
the' tiS intsisoiioger efd-iel'epi-pe'adI1Le l te1f I toe 1 AN
cow ils) iwol'bis uceis'ofsidiii G00TARSaeBANJOS., oes
taike the O4sk. It unvso ne of tlsoe The Washburn is ihe one and only ~go
make of world-wide reputation. Sold Washingto
seritilatot n sofatthe Osspil huheiiit- by first-tlass dealers everywhere fr'n Sua- a
llyesi iis'tting alp oirals iosr seidtil $15.00 upward. Imitated extensively, SU sBa
to qut, aiid thle bnisiiesos aisogi's- so be sure that the name' "George Oratorica&l(
If~tane'da toa infrot f te cxa5 s Washburn" is burned upsn the inside. --
ii'niscd stol ii ros ofthe(iO'5 A beautiful Washburn Bosh contain- Burton --
anid oietouily sest "tilsilaus Ne'txs"s.utl ing psrtraits and letters from She Dr -
'tse "N en v'ito orek ailin:' Reszkes, Calve, Eames, Nordica, ScsI-
chi and iso other famous artists and ,
CI'081 TAG AT GttANtGER' ±. teachers, mailed free upsn request.
'".,,4 _..,_ ,.. Address Dent, U,

3PECT THE WORK
...AT..
Studio0
irk)
iArbor.
tents'
:ttre
)Ciation!
-Jan.22
--------Jan. 29
id------------_Feb.25
Jontest- March i8
rt money buy buying
season ticket.

Minilesotli tsr Wiocoiis,:i ill formning P-iroci tertis of lessonso inidanc'iiig xi'
the C'intral Debasting ]leatie sire os- clone xithl :ext 'Wedsdaosly evenlo;
si-lailly 'correct. ri'lhe efisglor tling Program1 for ladlies andl gentleso':
is thiat W-isnsil's delegate 1toftiose All classes resiiie minengs ofteri' in
conferences was .so little, in touch with d(tays. Mr. Eanl Mlrs. tisns Grangs
tile' selitill'it at lionie as noit to hussy lGrnger's Acadeny.
xx-iat proviionns wusld te satisfactory WANTED-Sto!dent -to fill table f(
tolhis university inst settle tie liit'5.' r l hord set SiSPackard St. 38
attonce 111111not del'ay the esopietfion_____________________
of the leaguniui-il too late fec thSIFsOFoU 'WANT THE BEST
year' s debuits.
Coisce.,ioiisxvere maidte to Wise-si- FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
*iii frolnl the first, but xvhiei it c~iie BADGES OR PINS
to rthe point of accept-fng her 1ntucIod Send is
of xvrongltng over qsie'stfons and jiotk- SMITH, STURG)9ON & 00,
eying for judges the oilier three uii1- 237, 139, 240 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
versilien callesl a ha-It,5preerring to Designs and estimatesafurnished onnali wax
lplaces this delelite isitter ill the hadsof this kind,
of a ono-l-pariisani counili. Y u speak Greek? You ca
Moreover, the torsilnul 1In a pirevioso YO learn it while buyln
-aricele spleaking of the status of de- Fruit and candy at the Greek Story
203 North Main street, opp. coui
hating iii tue xxest jums at thieroil- house. Pure borne made caudlE
cirsion that lecsa-luse Michsiganl was lie- and ice cream, fine California fruil
feated Sly _Nortlixvoteri and Nto flu- very suiteble for presents, and w
xxestern'Il- Wiscoinln therefsore Mlich- know you will want them for the
iga1 1rtsi becosi~er~l nsgniicntparty you are going to give.
lgai uiut le onsdeed usigsifs'a-tJAMES KOSTAUS
ir detite. 8-lit forgot in heSu'r'slta-
ti oioto mnethle that the snly tinl KINDERGARTEN, oNlQUARTERS
Wicninee lebitesi with hi-italyan ,E. us, S
gai, Ili 't93, Wiconsin uas handily de-__ Call____and___See___Us, _
teated. RENTSCHLERI THE PHOTOGRAPUF
ChrhSrie. Telephone ',0. ANN ARBO:
!SAldre'w's isiurch.bResv51M1111
Ta tloek, lRe tsr; Rtev. ttc niy P. Ho:'
In, Asis t, int. 7.30 a. iin., 5101y Co n-
niiuiiioi;, 10 a. iii., umorninig pray- ,
Ltany andcrnian; 1;2t ni., Stunday "*
Schoo1 anit Bible closses; :3 p. 111., if-,
sion srvee at Geddes; Sunsday school *S
tat Foster's; 4:30 p. in.,, uleetiug of lii.' *+S
Brotherhood of St. Aldrcxrw; 7:O) i
in, evening pratys'rand leeture bsy Bis-
hopD Deane, of [Albainy, (the last of clue
series of Slocun Ileetmles tor thus FINE NEW LOT OF
year1). i_____
A debuats betwcen Chicago ais"] .'[ ji!'ashb i rns.."
Colunsiha Universities, has 9en r Just received,
rangd fr l arch 25of ext earand Loweat price an STRINGS and TRIM-.
ragdfrMac33o ex erad MINUS fur ali Insrumenin.
will ake place in Nesy Yok, 1 SCHAEBERLE'S MUSIC STORE
The adlvance sle for Clay Clement 114 Wont Liberly st, Ann Arbor.
opens til orin. m ,."ml..i ,

ill . . ~ yLYON !& HElLY, Save yu
fu Gr. Wabash Svn, ned Adams SI., Chicago. ' yu

_

t 4OOO OO OOOO/
For Christmas'.
PUT A KODAK ON YOUR LIST' CANDIES
The Folding Pocket Kodak
is the latest addition and it is We shall have a liberal sup-
so neat that every amateur ply of both Allegretti's and
wants one-$10. The Eureka Lowney's chocrolates fresh for
at $4.00, the Quad, F'alcon and Christmas. They will be in
Premno 'V" at $5.00 and the all sizes of packages and we
Bullseye at $8.00 will all take will pack them for shipment
good pictures and we stand or deliver them in the city at
ready to take them back if any stated 'time, without ex-
they do not. Catalogs free. Sma charge--O0c per lb. Low-
_____ney's Suranne 50c per lb.
ATOMIZERS
A Fancy Atomizer is accept- J-U Z B
able to anybody. Ours are all
warranted to work and they Your sister or somebody
cost from 25c to $1.25. Mien use else's sister would like a new
them after shaving and ladies purse. We have all the new
-well ladies use thsm. shapes and colors.
N S' Pharmacy.
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN. INDICATOR; INDICATING THAt-
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE, THE: NECESSARY'
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE.
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTITING, RPEYER, & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.

- Ann Arbor, Miceh.

6THE KEITH SHOE FOR MEN-$3.50.
The "swell" shoe of the season-Is fitted with dark-brown
fsilk, giving it a 'rich and neat appearance--Heavy double-
- sole, hand made, Jersey back slay--all sizes and widths.
*no -t1tl EAST WASHIINGTON STRIEET.

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