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THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

PROFIT OF POSTER SAL
Q u r y S-Today is the day for to take advan- D INK S ,INK
Stiudent Council to eliminate'the graft nating Currents and Their Appltication," To toad a Conkttn Fountatn Pcn just dtp tt in any
Prescriptions and Physicians' hieretofore praetiet by individuals in wbich commenced in last week's issue tuk, press the Crescent-Ftlter and see it fill itta own
Supplies are our specialty In. site of fresh-soph posters. The pro- of the Western Electriciain. Mr. A. K. Th College. tanklitke a camel slaktng its thtrst.IThat's all there
fit derised from this sale will now be Murray of the above publication is in Standard is to it!I No dropper-no mets-no bother. Do it
Yewehvnofogte divided among the freshman and sopho- town and is making a most liberal offeranwe-ayti.
to add a choice line of niore classes, instead of going into the of a one years subscription (52 issues)SEF
sundries piockets of private persons as formerly.j to the WVestern Electrician fur $i.5o N LI S LFIN PEN
Th le followiing notice has been printed which is one-half the regular rate, lie AJ~1~1~ ILN
aniiol l iappear in all stores connected msay be found at most any time iduriiig "THE PEN WITH THE CRESCENT-FILLER"
Bath Qoods, Laboratory and w ilhthlb site of posters: the day in Prof. aPttersoni's office. tBc can he fitted instantly without the least inconvenience. You
Microscopicai Supplies "This store has agreed to sell only sure ot see tint concerning Ithitnesscouldil l it iwiith swhite kitt gloses on withouit danger of
those rish-sotht rush posters onl which suibscriptionts andi renewrals. 7 soiling. Besides its convenience, is the splendid writing
*L the profi is beintu trned in to the re-v-- qualities iii the Conklin-tbhe perfect feed.
Q uarry 5 s etv liss treasurers truhthe TNGTA RNE'.Leadingdataleshadle the Conkine. Iftyoursdoes neteder
unutsersity auiditor. Any store not doing- dirccl. Prices, $3.00 and up. Sead at ocefoir hatism ew a talog
this is esploitig the classes for its own The class in dancing will begin iers- The Conklin Pen Co., 310 Manhattan Bldd., Toledo, Ohio
g liii Intierclass Poster Committee." sons tonight, 7 o'clock sharp. Program
____________________________ The plat to tie followed is that all of dances, 8 o'clock sharp, Thursday
poisters shill be bought at cost by the night; lessoit 7 to 8 o'clock. Class
MvIoney Loaned inteirclaiss poster cotmmittee, consisting roomt ground floor Granger's Academy
Onof Mlessrs.ltotinsack, Shtaffrothi, Gould ott Maynartd street, oite block west of
OWtches, Diamonds, Law Sacks, i s ls r Ti cmite wl te
or other personal property. n oae.Ti omte ilte State street stores.7
Watces ad Jeelryrepared sell the posters to the stores at the same
arainWatches n &wlrDrpiamods. price as foruterly. Prof. Glover, the
_______ itituiversity auditor, will keep track of ALNWAIOEADU
Office at residence 331 E. Liberty St the nuimber of freshman and sophomore INTERESTING L.ECTIURE is rae l
Ann Arbor.potrrsetvlsl.H wiltetobasoreokendlgthn
Hoar,: eto 1i:3ia. im.. 1ito 4:30iane Ic iistsispceysod. Hewillthe gn o tasurciofhea tde9icutIMORTDt0i1Q4S UTj1 A SR
p. iM. distil: lie profi mn tetesristkti oepit (vORL 0-02SUHMANSRE
ALL SiUSINasscosrnamcENIAL ifthot se lwo classes. RED DWARF INK PENCIL. Sold
JOSEPH C. WATTS The itelass postecr coimmtittee, which elsewhere for $2.oo. Come in andcx-
isisappointed by Watkins, president of amnue themt at CALKINS' DRUG
the Student Council, will not onily mats- STORE, 324 St.ate St. 7-8
a ge tlimintae private graft, but wil
J O L L Y i aso serve to prevent she printing of a Geitlemen : Whent you need a pair
30 .STATS ST. ititude of tdifferenit posters by per- of slippers to study in, you wiltl fiil
sums seekitig guilt for themselves. The them at Purfield's Shoe Store. We litre We nmake a specialty of caterintg to the wants
a-a-n ariarad SouthAfrican freshmanit class, from the sale of its the kinid that satisfy btecause lhcy it- of college men who demtattd that sonmethting hit
CasahOtI iittwl aeuotyitis$1.74 to $4.oo. cotd-24 clothes called style, it is fir that featitre thtat L.
treasiury toi begiti the year as it should. _________- Adler & Co. Custott Tailored Stuits and Overcoats
Haritold Goutld, chairmnt of the com-
tI E itlte iswill receive cotmmunications Engimneerinig supplies at litirlig & have the reprutation of beitng thte hiest in Anmerica,
PI Sfrth ie Iholers of the posters, at 5t2 Schmitt's, 205l S. Mali St. 7- We carry a contplete lute of Manhattani Shirts,
Imported ad fDomneatic Cigars Soth ltatec street, phiolte It. Silver Collars and np-to-chair Ncckwear.'
CigSretteo adTobaccos IT TAKES BUT A MINUTE to
_____________________________ LOSl-A bull terrier. Returit to stop in on your ivay frotm classes atnd
,a,. ,.r,... ~aF 5oi \V'sashtetnair, atnd receive reward. tf examtine the SALZ BROS. FOUN-
______ ________ TAIN PENS displayedh at* CALKINS'
PILLW S and DIUG STORE. 7-8
FUEI IOR SAXLE-Bull terrier pups. In -_____________
qu ire Ianitor chemical laboratory. 5-7 E eyhn n F rihn s frC lee Ae
BANNERS th EN-FievyU ~~ NDll5 oporuniy ma e ertig n Fu is ns fo C lee M n
FO ETA nwyfturnished litmiiroomts, daily frotm 4 toi5:30.,____________________________________________
ste 337 William street. 6-7 Liberal cash or ticket commtlissiontoli
AT solicitors selling Sttihettts' Lecture is-'
fTse Palais Royal, totg East Liberty, sticiation tickets. 7 T ooEth ru1w e
Darling t1 Q_ ( ,lle tttutttwys a h etadmstfryu oei . of M. pennants, banners Think it over! If you dotit bit your
itndIillowns. 'iry its and see. if fulrnisings froiti ts, we both. lose'itioni
ey. Henry & Co., 709-711 N. Univer- We replace any tooth brush costing
V. ef M. BAILDIC SHOP C.\N YOU1 AFFORD TO HAVE sity. if 2co vri tsesisbite
J. R. TROJANOWaKI. Prop.' 25URo PvNCIi It NOTESitWORNstTO
BATH ROOMS-PORCELAIN TUBS Ill IN'AI IY we o et.wl
tOT AND GODi SHOWER BATH'- ,IY wtnS cns-wl JOE LENH ARD
Ladies' and Cihldren's Hairtlinetting prchtase ti $2.oo fouttain pent at CAL- MERCHANT' 'TAI LOR
5'i55A5OAOE A O9ECiALTY. 25 CEsTS EEC L IS Dugs,3 4SuhSaeSre
32KINS' DSRUG STORE, 324 State REPAIRING AND PRESSING E. EyCLKN ,Drgis,34ot State Stree
Phoae 359 Bali Ann Arbor, Mc.St.7- '_0E.WsigoSt

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I Do you knOWwhebther your clong i made by jour tailors or under
lbs factory sytanm? -her is a vast difference in reult.
All our 'garments are made in our own shop by lour tailors
WAGNIER & CO., Importing Tailors State Street
THE_______ _ J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
OF M USICALARM CLOCKS $1.00
SCHOOLALARM CLOCKS $1.50
Students' Lecture Association ASCHOOLLOFKSMUSIC
ALAM COCK $175
MAYNARD STREET Flly Gurated
Wtnh Rapati-ag wpaninity
OFFERS FOR 19081909 Special courses in all branches of music for
A LIST OF TEN SPEAKERS OF WORLD-WIDE FAME. University students. Rowe's Laundry
IDA M. TARBELL ~I you wish to "make" any of the Varsity musical TOA oE rp
IDA M. TARBELL ~clubs, or wish to acquire a knowlege of music, call TOA OE rp
BARON KOGORO .TAKAHIRA at the office for information. 320 N Fifth Ave.
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND New Phne 451 Belt Phone 47-L
S. S. McCLURE
HON. W. BOURKE COCKRAN WAl KING Loo MKR N EINR
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON Chinese Chop-Sey RestaurantOMAK EERSANJESIGERS
HON. CHARLEMANGE TOWER Chines anyDshe, American Lunches at Carriage and Baggage O OLG EER
al ind Ever thing first-class tor
JUSTICE DAVID J. BREWER lde n gentemen. Frcr apec dta ateHie' eer tr
Chinese and Japanese Bri-a-bra. hetr e a teou $1.50 and trom pataies lef e er tr
PRESIDENT BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER UsStauirs. see doer S.5NotsBrs.m, 314 S. Stae S. $209. 216 SOUTH MAIN STREET
JOHN MITCHELL F_________________ or each Trnk t ccorafrimdor, te __________________
price wilt e 25 Cents. tf caried t i
and cr team tp-stals, the pruce will be Large Collection Antiques i
Donald Robertson and Company of Players SCTTSADrGiCAEM verts. are reqired t collect cash Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
351 Soth State Street taror cariage and aggae srice. oe fraternity and sorority houses and
^100 Claaa atrdyw10A.lKeEdR'BSNLtVR Addess studnt dens.
Tickets for All the Numbers .$. 00 G s3td 0 A. . H.. TARK MiS~& O iss Florence S. Babbitt
____________________I Assembly 5 ohek. ____________ YPSILANTI, MIC.

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