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THlE MICHIGAN l)AILY-TNEWIS
NO8BY HATS, SWELL SHIRTS, AND IMPORTED NOVELTIES !N NECK DRESSINGS
WAG N ER & Co.
< I1.Iis: II s I :f4HAWES $3.00 HATS r23 south tlain Street
NilI ~hOAHIDGENBETTER THMN EVER
COMPILED LAW S The SGKLEEDE
TMOAYpmtt. BINDER
M I~ C H I G ~zA N u ~ I m j O is sg
IsIt I itiat. 1i ,itft 5I c"01Its t-ttmtiltsf to5.
AN TATE1 >for ti sicof t nidents. 5af Pnfo 100
ONE VOLUME,. 30 E CIEDI
- - 3. 1J F. J S Is. tDE
CALLAGHAN &COMPANY, 340ik ili SI.hs D Stowia5t
lIaw PubtishesChicago.} I~ !k B 11 a lr i o ln
ANN ARiIO)WRRNCII: 340) STATE ST., Optposite Law Building,1 707 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
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Visit...
Fulde's
NFW STORE'
1195. MAIN ST.
Merchant Tailor.
$ 5.00 FOR $1.00
z'4 olnse in so-tnu s rolid fetof'
MasndlsssinGitar ;,td Piano sIrreege-'
n,1tsof popiuslar lanl (-lusicul mussc.
To 'iss~te 1he enrmusirsstt ssk w
allow so0 toIn seilectlive dllars' worth
allsi soti you the sistne fur one dollar.
Cat ll 1A sO the music tiver, 5while'
the tt i s roinpl e.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
209-211 E3. Washington
jIGHI6AN CENTUML
"The Kuiaa Falls Roue."
TiHE SHlORTULINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
Witlh lusot omSsstitis itt ivat ,o for +tIis..
Lossis, KItsts3a('tits si=,.t studstitheis~et
Itsssifrmastissiiitnssiugntikt IIti't or ie
wrt oIt. W. IIll51t5Asuss.AnnssArbsort
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD
TIME TABLE
-ia(11rotecit Jsuco-15101
Trsais lomsissss A rbi by-isi ' isits-is stiis-
*No. 6.- 7s25 A.. No. 1 5 0 istA. M.
No. 8.-1s1s35A. M: "N-s 5-12:3 P.
1p __ 1 12 i .tM. t s 01 ..905 iA. 5.
*Rls sun ts. nAnnssArtsor anid Totledoi osly
'K11 tr'al~in s xl y ectt.i55 tt hs.
W. T. WILlS. Agent.
W H. HFNNI(ETT, si P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor&
Jackson Ry.
(strs Itsvesfrc lsr ltrsttesvsry half'hu
beinintg sof 6t45 t1-. mo. sstl 8 (:15 sIt .
After thattil tilroit 1:45isandi11Ill) p. in.
t ists ts-sssltg Ann sArbsrsrti4):15, l0:t5
Pn lit10:45 irun sit11Y38its i'r as YpsOilati.
Waiittsgroomss ssrssisr Atin andilMasnts.:
Detroit, 70tt o wsiit t ,v4',
lRcntschlev, tbe flhotographer.
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES.
Nov. 4 -TIiteAloeTthonmas' Cticaast SiII~L.)ltl N AND TI tNt (x.
ttIs-ii-.trains is ossss itUiosati se. Ste. adsIsisi isi ass trsiigse il ittts
hStssatsrdy, Not. )i-Fottstisstbal stsiiss'ii s44to tsssis tti't titisssofsttitdrss
this vs. slis'tiianst sit IJ itststtitl iisitii s 1)jiiss i 4stasso ilidstotiing ts
____________- msitiTits-osissy si -rnoii i tis v ' sitsst.
sistsol yite gilf'fttset"pss(is; ste I l iinumbetriIts I .trg4- ts Igt in- t
ratst sytiotutii grth set;xxs : 4st eelto ,u50 'isis -sits-wosissitssof 5 tso' s-ssolts
4ss1tt S oils Wtiillou ?« ri4 n.. 5 if 101 this- slass Astilt
II1_1LLER'Si .111NW' E LRY S11)lE. lii1 i tstisssT~t. ti 'l 21s 't. stlts's -gerosol
titlist) STUDENTS-Thit-Tsitssto
Imunlssry (o. of Tsoledso, 0., wiluts to
sdt yousr launttdry work. Lease- orden
sst I,21 S. Maini St. tioste:"i:).
We sold your grssnsliathtr goods.; wes
sorlslyourI fattier goosls; we seek to sell
yitu goodfs.
IIALI.EE'S .EWsELIY STOIE.
Catholic Church; 'lasses 8:00,
10:30 a. mn.; Vespers 7:30 p. mo.
Tl+AN NI S N FIT sanst to rsi'isivt:sfor
sate . isskie s' lsii'isusy. t
t ii yousr A1.ARM Gl(u1tik at hl.-
M I LIAlRD. THlE PRiINTERs~l.
51 *tii S Ushi ridsi founsitiniii t'tiit :i
IA tl>"il- fItI'S.1 -;I-II.EY- t R IE.
stbs-rls -,for tt- Batty News.
isi ts . ti : t . Ili., tl oIY 0'r istlt-
titus itist Os i--i.rlii~v
INd- ptla.iistors. l'si'iswing ist. 10:30 a.
h.Thsomsas 'iureti---ta. it., Ilows
1Isisso 0; s 1hs a5. '11., igh IlihihO.
iin:7 sst I n..iiili i litt 5 5 -vice.
iTsistria--lts. .1. II. C rotokor. 10:30:
si.tm., serion, ''.T-sis Brsoiught iksiik."A-oilCrwan huc T.1V1
4Stiffissou, isseo. it:3t) sa. Ini.stermotn,
'tis ifii l ., s il fsis REIligioiss
kit sSsir 55ar' 15 'isisisi f I th-it Iii'ssi's
: Ol5'I'l 110 1 2 401,is iii 5c'11tSi5 tilist
lsg;isis'i"thi s'sv1,totlt' sitise in tsen
L DI El-l i ORt iT7t'I'AftITIK.
Eitchings
Gravures
Caboas
Platiminus
Novelties
and
Framed Pictures
DeFries Art Store
217 S. Fourth Ave,
The Summer...
Is over. You are now
thinuking of Fail wear.
Our Fall
lute of Footwear is snappy
made 1n alt the latest
styles at
$2.00. $2.50 AND $3.00.
Glass' Shoe Store
IM ;;t. Man St.
Repairing a Specialty.
CAMPUS VIEWS
20 Cents a Set of 12 Pictures
-AT-
10 VEIL'S CORNER STORE,
(O~pt). Law iWilttistss.)
12Co. Mass snd iites tilis s-sc.
valitai, istitit. tSurplus, . sios-Trasacis
gssertl"}-iitiig bsiess.
ft. Ks-xis, Ices. (C. E. iisss-ess, Vicei-Pre.-
C~apitaliStocis .50,0e.ieis rpisis -
Risoess. 15 titeits.
Osgaisttitinisderhiy is saits its-5 Iia""
ofitts Sctats. Ri-cs-s isc+dc ii lii-Fc
ectissigis essthe lsssell ipa i ities io i IsiUnied
States-. Os-altseassiiedspo sojits 155 itties
Safety depositboet rent
OrF IEs:tCharls E t.sHisoc, 'res -iW. 1D-
H'rr manVice-Pre.: .51J.teFsriciseis.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKuiotistusisrbo
Capital. $100,00. Stpine ad Isssesitit$X,00
Trasacsageneiraltanktsigsse.ess. Fereigs.
excshanse buight asod s. Fuiseih lctteso
i. 0. KINNE, Psusi. IAiRIStiN SULE,
Vt c-Preel
SI. W. CLARKSiON Cashtier
W. J.IBOOTH, PlSs. Tt1Th
W. ARsNsLD, 1s1 Vice-pop
J. V. SHEEsiAs, til Vise-pcir
JOH. C. WALTs.z Asst. fCashier R IG
BAINK
'Transacts a general
Rankisng Businsas.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Fislt tins' of Elsi is(tee. "hsss,
LAM BERT, 613,William St.
S. Le.A, IbNo's. $ 1.50
i110 i.tHENRY tI'ESC) i ls.tss Alieslsisi.Lisiilis."
i0ssST - ecisis ~nl (Ili'r-:tI.s ss rt s, - tie orastor of sitt is i i i itioisis. sis , he
shrce and isitilsi' -iss-ci Stfillsiss it-issey.-
Mst silts-i.sits "fiier Rosyalt ii iesss. Womtan,"s" Worn Anssi sisansd L in'c t
I't.~w . rivsis tsin tiil Gart-sick ris' i s' S ussisisit" I icc esiit
SIMITON V. AsIcII -i ItetureitsisAs a PerssntalIResoarce."
KAistcssss c : It ssssssss its ' i tisOMA NY
Hiss. J. HAs siesis 1,Fses , eil "The Pt'ic'esssst lislltielai'"
Foiur other high class numbhers, wihl GROVER CLEVELA\ND and
SENATOR BIEVERIDGE as very strong probabilities.
Tickets sin tale at all times at Wilder's, 336 Slate St.
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!
Tha~tess-isthelts ltst of ssssisyttieng 8FciiSIi'ld ttIUit'" EsN'f asid ltiiiDiiiI)l.
ci;st-OuTOLED O TO COLUMBUS
Writs J. W. LANDtIIAN, General Traveling Agent,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
114 +++4-1*+++++++++++++++++++++
'1HE0 IEST HOT C IOtOlA" '. -FINElI sONE{ECfIONS. HA~NG ShTItlElt*S.i00) E'.V MHINGTO Ni ST.. lit S.ST((ATE (STI.
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A GOODu S' AV 1 Mu j _Jth lFora'SCAMPUS isARBni SHOP
I sizr ljlslig. Iitisltisitti '5n~ll,j - I titso- eGisis, 21t E. Iliscist -t. ans luEsis Sh aveIsi
-t;?. IH.13.WEL I B{llsIi ndyni st.ii s i ittri 2.-sit ter wk. H RB J HN O
sti't tissk i<~xisi IIisesiti ;t. H R O N O
U. of M Barber Faisemin tsit
Shopt"; lt a andBth ,d5reby5tieis
00118. cS T atII ti is-s(#X)t
32 iTAE . R. Ts's~anssi
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY
HAVE YOU SEEN
THOSE NOBBY BROWNS
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