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February 12, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-02-12

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TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade ,
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfiekl
& C. EAST HURON ST.
Go to TUTTLE & CO., 308 State St.
HOT WHEAT or
B~UCKWHiEAT CAKES
JOLLY'S%
3018 S. STATE ST1
Own Makte
BEST
BRIAR.
PIPES
Wt.'sxlo t, to Crack or Miit
PRICE.S
OWs akos~ - - $1.75 to $5.00~
Secondls - - - $1.00 to $1.50
(,set, aClass'. 0151
PILLOWS and
BANNERS
AT
Darling & Malleaux

DIFFICU.L.T'IE'S OF T ICICAi,
JOt'RN.\ISM \i'.Si)E Ci.F>R
..One difference hetwnoon atehia
jnoutnal and tie'connnnlrtuin of noes-
paperos is tttil technticail1)a11)r1pitst
fatstshat taoehboen verified, and is sure
of its gronundwile on the 11111r hand
the 01rdittary 11011 pape0r prins thostooy
and1l1oks aforthtin'cis I.if it has time."
This wa. the ditstitonmaudo by Ray
Morris iast ntght ttin hisdiscttssiottof
"Tho 'lktttg ltndtiI'o of a 'Tolcthnia
11h0 insidek, Mr1. hAnt tts was 111110 to 1por-
tray thoeItrials titat giveothe ttihniocni
itor fact osy a athll o trell , Fouthr(il eni
111151)11' 11111001s 1ars looki1n11g a tll thtme
fo1 op1 o tejura1o1hch:1
tefORctLht Al OwtORCiy tere s'1
)1ls1110 netpap 011111e151cfnts t1hey dare111
11100.pt t'l IIw 11 iiynata t is aI c
sit ll ilts 0ll ust'1 beeng 0111 bit-
delltedbya1litee111 o o105.('theiiior 1101
'Ill us' (11110. pil22 A l an i

IKlHI o theK ltq) tst a1d1tSelats
St. st?93.
.11 'is2 10 Jefferson IISt. itcll 22, 11tonic
1; 251
I 51 is RI 11 NC AofI) T1YPE'
WsR IERiS We will ll01o5111a 1typec
wr1111r.01e1t(1you1a1tpe'riter,. or do
0111u1r tt 111115nglotro y ou. liffe &
/111 tclsht31111S. StateSt. eod--if
lliIhl)1h1n\s C. \ WA fI is lst
ill ti e courltltt is tn. t I e t Srt
,vitin cllne tit lit & tint' (1110 .
It)u IV 2rinc' has tuhit t1, tteproper
Sirs. 1<1111A'It CLASS1 IN 11.1 \CI'] St
ears of all ot. wi f tat T sdho' e

6L OTIIING SALE
On account of change in firm, which
will be known after Feb. 1st as the J. F.
Wuerth Co. The entire stock of Cloth-
ing and Furnishing is included in this
Sale at 20%. Sale closes Feb. 1st.
E miLBER & WUERTH 86
WALK-OVER DRESS FOOTWEAR
FoR.
MEN and WOMIENP
lest.101 ariet lIt 15shilntti of Cvariou t ylSt'es in1 Ftup, S.ips - 10
atIudI toeseict tics itt Patett Dull attd Sttcdc i~eat Ito I
Prices: $ 3.50 and $4.00
See Windows
For excluive ostilos itl
WVater-Protof Cattttpt llioos
atnd Oxfordstt inII'hi Imose
Rttssct,Cordvii I~s'lttolll t.
WALK-OVEH SHOE CO.
115 S. Main St.

h'nt'rs' coatitnatt lrO ls1t 1 5rcad Iotvt 100 (1 t ibr n.o ttt nes
;o. i'.Sciiet va'llu~es. longs, 3-co I ota 11111'. t6-codt
5S1l' agent siatttnhh'Wasihintg'tonatI .1 II 1.1R SKATING asO 1 lt rm50o1r0
+'.civt~ed.52eontl
core t: ll tcollege son~gs al t tpplar1.1
prices. Soitnol 010& Stttt.1ItO S. 'l1Ttn CULTURE SHEET MUSIC AND OFFI-
40 ()to-cod CIAL tOUVENtR SCORES FOR SALE
I AT SCHARRORLE & SON'S MUSIC
(5oo 'trmlluntionttsutis,. t.o1. .gs. I OUSE. (t

V. qf M. B ARBER. SHOP
J. R. TROJANOWSKI. Prop.
BATH tIOHOIS--11IICISLAIN T'its
1101 AND CODIISIOWVEER APID'
Ladies' and Ohildreen'o'tatr Cuttn
sIBRASSAGE siA SPElCIALT'Y, 25 us No.
22 S. State St. or M'h
Phone 359 Bell Ann Arbor Mch

I

Half Price Lot' any Fancy Vest in our ::tore.
h1viin' lB't'ause we Iitgovo deilded to dtsnortinnt' I 1ltdlii' tfllIcry Oots5 andttlc1('
tis lmeanls 1of nehinn'eeyo ne wOtt. hav1110i50sttok. 'E7itt> It,1] tlttwVant llS 1.051
They will go like hot cakes.
1Y olLVS'I 1'4(O,1,).11( , 5it

ADDREFS BY
I DA M. TARR BEL L
INTRODUCTORY SPEECH BY
Pros. James B. Arigell
CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY
A 61"~
Lincoln's Birth
8 P. M. Friday, Feb. 12 University
Hall.
Single Admissiom Tickets .... ...50c
-Tickets for All the Numbers . . . $2.00
STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION BOX OFFICE, U. H.
Thursday, 4-6 P. M; Friday, 4.6, 7-8 P. M.

MAY F-ESTIVAL
RESERVED SEATS
NOW ON SALE

SCHOOL

O F MUSIC

J. L CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fally UltaoatttIot
W~t41h1R1 p1.itl t1sg A wlQtsalt's
R~owe's Lau ndr
THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
New Phone 45ttellPhoe 45-' C
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Hailer's Jewelry Store
216 SOUTtI PlAIN SI'~I~Tt
Large Collection Antiques, i
Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
hor fratenity' and sorobrity hlt(,tln,' 11
stnt deons.
Addreoss.
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICtf

FRED C. HEININGER
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE
lmo n aI t 1 (S iv -
'absan s od-hsga-e -Singlit attd 'soi iti ' ibgs- I t IS I in
Itor ons, sit now stok. IPhotne1111 111011162 nowt ]3991B1 ,15 0 Id
Homeut. When in need of anyth itt 1 i t in di 11. ire, bplese
gist' ts acall. Office 114 N. Stat t. t
FRED C. HE INI-NGE R

STUDIO-

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319 East Lfurou

Street

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