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THlE MIADjIIGAN DAILY-NEWS
AL
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8 it lNV Al' itFRo 170
NOBBY HATS, SWELL SHIRTS, AND IMPORTED NOVELTIES !N NECK DRESSINGS
WAGNR&Co.
inls, A . ts ,,, HAWES $3.00 HATS 12j South !lain Street
'AAA &
WE LEAVE NEXT THURSDAY BThe SCH[EEDEVE
Our etireTEMPORRI( BINDER
LAW PUBLICAT IONS f) I~y)t+ .Atot
be'for ii' (iistock is exlhauisteds. i i At
CALLAGHAN &COMPANY,_____
(Law Publishers, Chicago.) Piokwifrk Rilflri rd arors Rnuiling
ANN ARBIIORBRANCH.-: 340 STATE ST., Opposite .oaw ttuilding, I 707 IUINLI2II UI EIUIIUAVENUViII
Up== To = Date
TAILORING
Fude's
119 S. MAIN ST.
;Martin, Washburn,
Brandt, Waldo,
and othior mandolins, guitars and
buanjoe on tetsy payoent plalt.
N4o ada'aiteit ini price.
ANN ARBOR !HUSKC Co.
209--211 Ei. Washington
AXIHAN C!~L1-AL
"The Jviapara Falls Route." j
TH IlE 81101fF LNE-
ANN ARBOR TO
OH ICAGO
BUFFALO ,
NEW YORK
AND BOSTONJ
With mx cIto I 'ott ot'. s ittai(5 eao for St.
louts, IKansas 'ii , 55. 1'ota t antitie weot.
For' ittorniatisoat ittIrolihtickts autoein orj
writet 11.W. 4 ii . At tant..AnattArbotr.
ANN A RBOR
RAI LROAD
.a3..tt2 aso m a1" 4ti~3
TIME TABLE
Talcttogeffect JJuoe 2, toil.
Trains li~avo xAn,.Arbor iat nral 01ud-
iii Tioe.
801111 N tOitTi
"No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. No. 1. --K:0 A. M.
No. 8-11:3; . t. . 'No.a. -1"520 P. ht.
No ('. 5' P,3 . tM- NoC .-_ I'5 P. M
12- 8:05 P. 101 -ii-9:0~5 A. M
'iRon bt[(,ti AIt Arborti ti Ttoioonly.
All trtai nstily oexcepi t titv
W. TI. WILI 4, .Agent..;
W fl.IsHEN NVT'i-t'. A
Detroit. Ypsilanti, A~nn Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
Care "eave foir De'troitt every half hitur
beginning otfi6 45 a,. a.until 8:45 p. a.I
Aftier that lot letroi 9:45 ail 11 :15p. a.
Cars leaving Ann Arbor t. 11, -:1
mud 10:45 run onlyyias foir us Yilianti.
Waiting roiom tmwnr Anti nitd Maiit.:l
l)etrult 710 Wootdwarsd ate.
l'entscher, the plhotographer.
0 4
CALANDER AND READING NOTICES
'l'Oi)AY. Mr. A. B. 'Willlims, one of the nine
frou t'.liit'M5. Shaotf bnt, at te intetrnatioiial se<-relaie is of the Y. M.
.lh~hodst huch, :13 p.ui, C. A., vsiled the tocal tirgaitaion
Tnes~tyNov 11f S p m.-41apto itheollh tooof tSl it' ssiatioti. Mr.
Qlrt'te i~,nosV. Hall. S W.in 'lotlls lis is agriiduate if Yale and has
'8tioi p ,N. 2.S~. a.-Ilelen ltong;luau uprominenctt ini Y. M. C. A.
\Vu'il ill ''ii roil.'," rs lsctuo rtiiasi i
W'enooliy. Stir. 2i0, 43I>; .ii e. t'rcep~itt i O i-nby the tuficr0stuud
it'r eiital is' Allerti, Lotvud itoii intrstin thIle stork.
'h'ou' itHall. 'Th'e readiig tuotiof SteY. '1. C..A.
iFi'ilu , Nov.'."22, S p. i. -Inter-de- has I ''ii criiily 'nioved'sbyiadintg;
pl'ia'ut dtbtae ini. 1.hall. ii. t' oiio iuidredi'uldaly papierssto [lit
F~riday, Novs. 'i". hutut at Atnn Arbor liltes as trell t astvral muagazitnes. It
Chilt slt grotutnis. has alNways bs's the hiope of the
SalturdayicNor.22moiiringicLil'ittL rfirso tf trgtlolltto hase ia
sotbill rass 'iattpiiitiiiiii gite. 'completeraidino '~otaid ty asten
Satuiruia, Not'. 23--i's itli gameoutis efts onOtthtiiir part tiny havr
Be[ithatiAnuttAibour. sitce'ed''iu'itothis extenut. .More it'i'
Sal trdia, Nos'. 2r---B'loitt vs.o iilis aiitiiiiteis still bei adtdeid fro
tiii'ltilitt. tttet'o tSite its funtstill viialivi.
'Inesuitut, Ntis. 211---S. L. .v.. Chanciel-
lTustday, Not'. 2t i C utelir Mc'tu tl pe-atN'slur' ~l
Dowie'ill in S. L.. .Coattrsi'. Suntday a fternoonsiti a4:15 p. in ott 'The
Iowattvs. .Mit'iigiiti tt Chictigo.____________
De)te. il-S. IL. A., Henry Xtatterson.
___________________Onet'of tite noitaletengagemnts for
Asak youtr grandtfathter antd he still lthe ciiompiany5'tw'ich'isanports Watsont,
stty "tIA MElt soldtheSis'first riug Itiittigo ittiEdwvars in dcAE.
bouughit for your miothter." Wright's tug tiroduc'tionu of the tier
Tlnia 'tiito I 'l' "'s Bbuy'' it
that oit'liit' ie iir. the wei'l-ktnownu
01111)0hSTUD'ENTFS - The Toledo coitralto. Hiss ['art's plritiliiy btht
Launttdiry('o. of Toledo, 0., wants to 'sitioneritutud cotmi'icea tias extetns-
io ytinr launidry stork. Leave orders 'ul ovteria itriiid if os'v'raltyears. Site
at 121 S. 'Main St. Phbone 54. (csoses of the famusttaUtrt famuily.
iilli thas c'stibiutedl iitntitiert'of
Subtsibe for thte Daily-News. artists to t[lietotsy tattilpiiaisni utge
Etchings
G ravu res
Ca boas
Piatirminus
Novelties
and
Framed Picture
DeFries Art Store
217 S. Fourth Ave.
The Summer...
Is ovor. Yoit are DOW
thtinkitng of Fall wear.
Our Fall
line if Footweatr is snapPy
made in talittelaet
'stlos at
$2.00. $2.50 AND $3.00.
Glass' Shoe ,Store
10i19 5. Main 0t.
Repairing a Specialtv.
CAMPUS VIEWS
20 Cents a Set of 12 Pict JW
-AT-
LUOVEIL'S CORNER STORE'
(Opp. Laiw Building.)
Cor. Moinndiii rn nre.Uto
COpttatl $i Surpiubn $35W.Toan
fIt, KE5'F,.P'uin. C. t. htgr.u. Vie.
FttnD. H Blit. n.t.'nicr. - ,
S. 1 A. 15 Na3,
itOe. iliF~YNtv Eititior. On "AtrahatmLino'ni."
MAX t0'iiiELTitOn"ler ityat itliunisi,(Wtomant" 'tr
inuaut T. t'otttta in "iDavii Gtrrtiu'("tis'MniiuvF
IiotiLTOaNVW. MARIE. on "Liter:tur 'Ao a Personual te
BON. .. J i. MLOu'i tas. ott"Thte i'rot'oslouuatiPolitii
AtI.ss'r AtsMTONO'oloPrICTURE'tLY.
Fottr other high class numbers, with GROVT
SENATOR BEVERIDGE as very strong probab
Tickets (n sale at all timecs at W iier's,
THE HOOKING VALLE
ThatI snatthe [it of ieeytintt: ttViiCH, EQL7ii
' ih r ris TOLEDO TO 0'
wihPr asWrite J. W. LANDIIAN, General Trave
DETROIT, MICIG~AN.
The flan 1irbor SavinU3 Dall'
caupital Stock. W),u0u. Snrpin, $i500'~
of '"estte. tRecivseositubutyr und "
excis tieton thetc aitnitpal citior ulf thn tin
$1450'Btatu . 0raft scahd upon proper idontitfio~
c ('itus Carls Bisenk.Preu.; .I
(its'mn, Vii'o.Pro.: M. J. Fritz, Cashtet.
a inotrttiit." itt "The FIRST NATIONAL RANK ) o Ann 5
Witt o ii Loois Capittal, 1i0,000. Surplunt on rnns. 0
Rpxt!ir.I re"'naet~a g eneral [attninatets.o. 'o
sour e."excngetu.btonut ond said.('nrnlertti r
crdit.
H. 1). KINNEi,tPre. HARRISOiN snovt,
Vice'-'
S. W. CI.ARKSnSN C'natierJ.
ER CLEVELAND and5W. J. BOOTH P. £
Alities. W. ARNsOLDlt'Vin.['nnr tSTA
J. V. Sanstuas. 2d V'iurnnCp~
,336 .State St. JOHN. C.tt'uAL. Atwt.('miir SRlVI 6
=Y RY.II
'SiENT and iRiADiiRl.
OLUMBUS
cling Agent,
Transaulw a general
Bankiing Business.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Futll line of F~lsi Gym. ShOO'5
LAMBERT, 613 William ft
THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. ST.: 816 S. STATE ST.
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnsot
Rawtr Honing, Bathirtitarton Sunday, Pionii'ir (Caoft, 211 E. Ilut
11-12.IH. ft. WELCfi Opei:nitlayduor nightiBorsd $2,
W. ofCon.l bouse. Huiront St.
9 4 CAMPUS IBARBZER SHOP
'1n Fur a first-class Ilair Cutt
ron St. antd litEasy Shave .
,5 i>r wk. HERB JOHNSON
U. of ?tBarber "*l' 0tv ,
Shop and Bath me t°to.
Rooms, 021 a TATE. and
8 JTTE . R. Trol'nO
THE FINEST LINE Of SCOTCH A
RAILN SUITINS IN THE 0
HAVE YOU SEEN
riHOGE NOBBY BROWNS
MIL WARD

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