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November 03, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-11-03

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if'Ill-i-iTNlCIlT-IGAN l)A IHI

Quarry3's
Prescriptions and Physicians'
Supplies are our specialty
Yet we have not forgotten
to add a choife line of
sundrie
Bath Goods, Laboratory and
Microscopical Supplies
Quarry's
Mon ey Loaned
tin Watilc,-i,0amods a wd- I BoIo ks,
or oither porsonasproperty.
Watces and Jewelty repaired.
Bar gatns in Watches & Diatntds
Offtce at residence 331 E. Liberty let
Ass Arbtor
JOSETPH IC.WATTS
JOLLY'S
i0 .1tAn E \iT.n
Great
Pipe
Sale
Your Choice
Meerschaumn ~ )ff
or Briars___ $100
PILLOWS and
BANNERS
AT
Dlarling & Malleaux
V. 9f M. BAR BER SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prop.
BAiTH -l tuu cIS 01SLINTUBSiii
taitets'inCi ldti n'siIttii r C0 tis"
322 s. State St.An llr
Phn i39BllAnArbor, ih

NVIW 1Il1?l?) Ott StIA1IlSTS
SEEKS TI I (OR IIES, NI01 trI 11(
'Twentic-live studetits inteirested iniso
cialitti gaiticred in the Moitris semnairti
rootmtFriday night, lii OrgaizeacaMichi-
gan cliapicr of the Ittc ollegia te So-
cialist'iocicty. This club is non-politi-
cal andt is fountdedril t the bclicf that, int
vices of the remtar kableincreasei of the
sociait vote ittAmeticieducaitidmnt
anid wottmentcanttnotlotiger aifoardto ibe
Aftr ahtic hsti--sintier tei on
Eittioti, itira-i decided to eat-c lith-
ewihteuiver itytillAsronett-itttit cc
FlIER TRANSPORiTATlION
ill ES SiTlDENT VI tEIS
\luit -studet t tutitical li liuu-iit-i
trout Ohioi. Induianat N iiw 'itrki out
ta pintli havreutsei-edtetlppotunity
hoeto cute. 'As tariy atoIPridaltheii
c-todustolitgait. Rei-iilli"ctanuivotiers fruit
Cotgress-man it I Irilv dilsttict lift:lfor
Dctrot i-sti-rdayitt a body. Theldmo
- t ~itsch-n. oeaig hi
(ttO l1tRS OF SIAN ISH IXItI
Fifatti-mttberis-of Iou Siiciriltil F-
ut-citiugjoyedalitutturi- esif ltt
it Barboutc vi as itili lcti it i tut i
w stht e li ve JtlttSpaihi-iCot-iilertsttiontill
whcRalindulgedAatiImIesIMexian
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alltoitt he Wi-luord luc tascht Ni l
ISection-i ftt iitthjunsii o utheri

iiti -tittt \I ((1(Ifti-it-i-i '-t t ''Ii i-
chili lit iii M c l t I'h iii -
itmlcu has sa td illi-iii- I tto-
-i-itt a we it i t r oIiii li lt t t it-
i-int it Chicno Irr ittti -dur ing tt-i
I"'l-in crin- [cpa t i-icn liofi-- lisi CCI-it-
c' , is liisttt i-Prt 1 ateron-H
li-ith pup s f--itlg te V~i
ieii 1 I Departi-tmntst ofi illu - iriu ti Ioit
li-i-jlt -i tat ii hlt its -i I- lii
f titt tutu itti I Indtiliit tct at the
th l ubti-litPresi ilt iiird d
IfiI helIii hh i(c t tuit ii t i thet
-na e f t nil- mI ica nec to ]e
frcic ou ti ( I lt I I civlri Iit i
Ift- roltt n h ti-itt ili itshit- t oi

Througlhout school days, collegie
days, business or professional c.-are er
the liinConklitn Pen will nerve yttu fatllttllt-i nd aittttke
- wsritig a pleasure. You clou't htave to cotax it tir
foci with it to get it to srite. Because of its won-
derful feed principlei ink -responds instatlty -it the
The Clege first stroke and maintain-i an even-i steady dlo-i to
n Standard the last dot-i Another great advantage of owntingr i
CONKLIN'S FILLING PEN
-yu're never without ink. No tiatter-iwhire youtt tay
tie-tnyutitromlecltre ha ll, it the liltfie, ltlegraiii
ofice oi tetl, or on the traitn-all yrouhive llt o oiwe
your Coatnklit Pentiegins to r rit ito(liip it intan-itt--
swenl, pie-is t-(theCetiot-i inFtile adyotttpien instinily fills
itself antiti really to wurite.1 lie sat-itosimpletic ttti-ttt
ao oleaits it. No tussiy droppter-notispillitig iof itt-noi
itterrution ito otuetratin of thoughi t. andsomct alog t i
citecit hrothe minutfacturersThetinkltiitn Pitt Co., 310
MankhtonBldg., Toledo, Ohio, on reque-it.
Sold itt Ani Arbor by Geto. Waer's Two Boo0k Stores and Sheehatt & Companty.
Reule - ColillFiegel CO.k
200-202 SOUTH MAIN STREET
We mtake a specialty of catering to the swats
of collegeitoen wvo detitattiithat sottetintg;-Itt
clothtes called style, it fs for that feattre thtat I{.
Adler & Co-iCitomt Tailtired Sits atnd Ovecoats
htave the reputatfott of lieitig thteitt-it itt Ameirict.
We carry a iompthlete lit-i of Manhalttan Sits,
Siltvor Collars auttltp-to-tiate. Neckw-ear.
Everything in Furnishings for College Men

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initi tii

tc ii l ii i i ii ii IIit-to

-it filth --- anu N sup is. Ittilt -
fl-Itttt -l ilt-iT.n iii cd st-iet-i-ls ii
scolt tl h lii c-ssfri liii-{tral
(lrnii tilt -i- XVcor, cuty
li ell iga ttltiit bis, io id spoo ti-it
Acta-,a d cns eigs t I te'

VAN KLEEK'S
300 East Wa.hirilitorn St.
Light Lunches
Confect ionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L T8 Blue

WANTED!
Alcftwhitardersito try II .W if i
lotte thou-ti. Home Etaking.
$3.00. 219 S. Imngala S t,
AMB~iULANCE2 toilOPhuoe-is-i at
Hoehoneitnn
R. A. DOLPH & CO.
Successorts hto(.'L it i at
Funeral lDirectors
210 S.i 4th Ate. Ann Arbr, tic ch.

leavtheirttlct upon one ,te-icr- uuu-~s hliituyi eit iuit-it lou t ,1irluuiii faviiooil U AI2Nl pp_ &Co.
iie hrtiindertsneiiir-creully mtchi. Ititisittpoilt o p i
-arnouytih-nutieulantis-in c hulangst a de utuIc ttut it i trn iigiii-tiiithniittitlltiiiuiut.itpiiitiu -ia i 3 1 t l
ihei r Mtiitnt railorts I ihess oetau- lii-tc i t e l itw
ton rsfr ilt l ii eedtatu oil*ithereii in shot-ttlp mh aki
th* arI

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Studeilts' Lecture Association
Reserved seats and tickets on sale
at St L. A. Box Office Ut H. Office
hours: daily except Saturday 4:00 to
5:30 p. in., Saturday 10 to 12 a. m.
SecilReserved Seat Sale
9 e .. rm. Saturday, November 7

w

Choral Union and Ma1y [estival
10 Star Concerts $3.00 Slftg1e Concert $1.00
ifamlip Btronstein, tlahn-ilowitst-h, Ti-icFlonzaleys, The
Thlomas trehestra-if) pieces), Ti-i Choral Ielain(3110 voices),Fereeacal
Allen, ltoeg rget1Kieyes, IDaniel taddae, iHerhert Withterspoon, andl
other Stars tothe announced.
Tickets oi sale at
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Ot stuident cainvassets. Liheral cotumtission allowed to ticket sellers.
III[ [MD[RI OE 6RAND RAPIDS
For Arts axid Crafts Fizrzitxre
is well adapted to'furrish studetts' rooms as well as
t ie' dot-iiWe have a nie line of these, also carry
everything itt the line of R" s anid Por-
ters, to imake a room cozy atnd cotofortahie.
MARTIN HALLER'S
Fszraaltrtre, Carpet antd Drapery Store

"J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.78
i-shy (in'iiiiird
Watch Repae.iring a Spectiaitwi
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
326 N-i Fifth Ave.
New Phne 457 tell Phnei 57a

MAKERS AND DJESIGiNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Haler's Jewelry Store
216 SOUTH-[lAIN STRETt
Large Collection Antiquesil
Brats, Iran, Capper and Chinaware
liar fraternity and sorority hiutiato usitu
student don-i
Addtre-uss
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICli.

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S T UDO-

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319 lEast Huron

Street

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