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T~HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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$40ind$500

IDEAL
OXFORD
Made to our specifications
over this popular last and equal
in style and detail to our $6.00
and $7.00 shoes.
WAGNER & CO.
State Street
Sign of the big white shoe.

INDIN BANKETS AND CURIOS
Arts an~d Crafts shop
Its , F;- ,rit[ ue I ;-;tern Shops Cor. Williamsand Maynard
11 J~utoTrunks
''f"Iik tl i 'I 's100iiii, lIie'all that you can expect of the
iii - ttI dr f l 5 s i s'.Ico!: s tes Tirsnk oit the market.
lc a vs i 1<a1 ge silpitt tof these trunks to dispose
oli is I1) a is sigc sieba gtiaiiitysbase been able to secure for
}(., Pis 5 liat Iiav'is ever t~eiin steoted bsefore, on this line of 1dGct-' ve id nszsfo 6t oice
itpso i l~los us to tell )on of their wavey good
5 Ii iiSiis ids 1 ~ cebrat if yoti jutc (octo1(teasel and wish
\\ 1 s isou a tuk thatss is guarantteed for five years,
ord~r ts ssisis. Cill and let us tell you more of the
of si i. t 5 s ti I s/s '.wf r i '/'s'ssis/',

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Entire Bassebaill squsauim cis a e nt ch-i
lee's for picture, Tliustat 5 2:i5p
Last sealer lit class sneetls-g i\ is-
ilay at 4, 1 ress is t iheiY-011i, ',c-
thi if aumnicomittiies. (,s i issis-
INSii5'1 55'i'55i5'i't usHIH S(ili)[Si
Prosfessssr A, . .-hlitnis s Ors.li
L.. Jsacksoin of she cilicationiiisitilts mais
sa visit osinasspectionsiothe s lt ' i '' I
suit Htigginus H ighlsSchlsof t 15 i wi
isi Xlolstss. 'Theic crilsiessis o- :q
provesetsaninsg" fruse i',cios I(I"
expired;,asuithleu'irii spriss asisfor
the Ipsse 5o1 res esesig -it
Prosperous
Manufactnring Concern
Ocpperauing twopiantsi'iaspositiaoioi
Assistant Manager
sliofe Yang shen wii iith ar'i ss iitsi-i
tiona pays gosaaryt'; piitymuttk oeal
or partiof interest amuntingltio alit 7 5
of.pesentss~istnt iManageho'ires
coreespondesce uconf'ietal adidress 55cc 1-
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson

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SjpeciaJ Sunda,&y Dinner
Ceftts
TC. Capen, Manager
Trunks for a Thousand Trips
Meantasing !i k hat wiii stand the strain of constact traveing, the
kindt that are built right fronm

Detroit Lmited- 3.i3 a Il'i i-.13 tai ' <t 1, - , lbh a i sde oiiiw idt-th e kind
Katanazan Limited -' 70.In 4 a.in5555' i ii ou i:t iic c re it lick'
5sd55 a.rs.ii p te I i i s,5 i i ci
Cansing 07:i4sp,' n7J Dress trip%, s$1.O to $4C:ss
Local Cars Easlftound-- 0~tt,525a '7'd.Y* Issu % i _ .5 55515<.n
it.,s(3:45a.ain., atsd 'eept isa hourssto 0 ii '' Ass NY i 51 5 P I Al lutistN-l
1.w'Totitl sll .aic 5a s i .,nal :5 is'hou
ti:5 a. a. Ta Saline, ehansge sat Ypciii'ssiss
Local sCare West B uSt nud-; .i1, a. }, :15is. 1
r advrticeetttp _
*l rai ii rsig Sa pon a e r n.-isI tenc ti5, iFacePtas sue. Rain.y
IWate Shampoous a Secilly. Ait
Q st , i r a lt a d A m t u tton t l a sn et uo i e ls t e i li z e d b e for e u s in g
The Vof M and i!Huron yi5 llt ti AuciA 5 i ag M R .J.~roA~w

!I R c ohl Fi'ocgcl
20)0-202 S. Mai St.
T7URKISH
CIGARETTES

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Whzat beautiful precision
w--hat certainty of action
and result govern'} every
m~ovemertt in Phys S.
Really we know of no
suitable comparison except
in Fatima Cigarettes-'
where our infinite knowl-
edge of tobacco blending
makes certain your enjoy-
ment of all the rare qualities
possible in a cigarette.
They act like a lever in ele-
vating your taste. And if you're
iniclined to plain packages you'll
rise to the occasion-Get 20 for
15 cents.

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Address P. G. Tessiner i ! ~ '~iiss' 5555
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor
BatbLivery N.IsissisStAsisArbo~sc,'I
4 Doos froitsi Freie's s'',,'

River Boat livery
11l health cause for selling

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300 300
Wanted Thr'ee Hundred eachers
We need three hundred teachers to fill the vacancies now on our hooks. Gtrade and high
school teachers, principals, superintendants and college instructors wanted. Positions pay
$700 to $2,500 per year. If you have heen wuell trained the great southwest needs you and
will pay you twenty-five per cent more for your service than yosu can get if you remnain in
the older states. And it offers twsire the opportunities for advancement. It wants the best
We have positions for 100 inexperienced teachers to take assistant principalships and
high school positions at salaries of $81) to $95 per month.
We need seventy-five executives to take charge of ward and high schools at salaries of
$900 to $2,500. Average position pays froni $1,1001 to $1,400 per year.
We could place a dozen well qualified men in tosuch with college positions paying $1,200
to $1,600 the first year. In small but rapidly growving colleges.
If you can't find the right position register with us. We may have twice as many calls
as we have candidates.
DO N'T BE SATISFIED WITH A SMALLER SALARY THAN
YOU DESERVE
Come down into the southwest where you are needed and employers are willing to pay
for good service. THEl TEACHIER'S PERSONAL SERVICE BUREAU gives each candidate
individual attention. We have NO 1'l AItING LIST. We recommend but one canditate for
each position, but WE RECOMMEND THE CANDtITATE FOR MORE? THAN ONE POSITION
We find the right man for the place, tlien pilace the man in that position. Let us tell you
about our methods, and let us know your wants. Write today for the best positions are
open now Address
Teacher's Personal -Service Busreau
Tuss,.., Ok lek bo ns.

-T. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP

AT 'F'UTTLE & Co.
LUNCH ROOMI
Yoa can find a tine line sf Confecinery

IW("ill .6eas C't ine sil
RF a- 5' ' piselegiapis.;;
Q /ia,21S::ifs r,,iii'eg
tect (idt i U0.

tT AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

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ALWAYS AHJEAD

IMILWARD, THE -T' I R

TIHE BEST OP EVERY
11tINN (N TAILOR INJ

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