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THlE 1\ICHY'OANDAILY -NEW
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~H U DNUT'S PE FU MES
NWe have just added a full line of these fiiie perfumies arid toilet articles. ""Toilet
Hiints" is a book that tells all about them and their use. Ask forone. .. .. .. .
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PIGRIGK~iI~d rdrliO dsdI 13W11iU
707 NORTHUT'NIVLIRSI'l'N'AV\ENU't
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!I
Iit 1to it be t fotI .I "II R IC , l)(11M .X NI tROADBED,~
Ve4p±;t..ti TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
XWrite J. XV. LANMJNIAN, GJeneral Traveiing Agent,
DET'iROIT, MICIGAN.
PAN-AMERICAN
PLAYING CARDS
SCHALLER'S BOOKSTORE,
116 S MAIN STREET _
Up= TO = Datel
TAILORING
Fulde's
119 S. MAIN ST.
LATEST MUSIC
ol 1e N i t' .. <al t t~t oa.~ ;i .
'"terit~'. ''1 i cti 1 t'ltg'. to
t Old . 1. it o o" .J s Il
Folks.' ''i't it W l . on lo
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(ttttttttt:5 t11Sn itot I I~" v. to
11.01Mv It t t N tto DIvlof PcIe
ANN ARBOR MU1SIC CO.
209-211 E. Washington
ICBHIGAN CENTIWAL
"The Niagara Falls Route.
TiHE SHIORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROA D
TIME TABLE
rliIa e i l tr 0 xtt-. St,
Nto. It- 7:25 A.iM. No . 1 . M.
No. A N-1 1 . " No. 1.--12:.t, ',4 .it.
" 1102 'Os ta . t' itt1, :5 A.0
tauoit, b twote AntttArtortt t r lo'iot only
All rais r llyexoP, i ia . 'I.\VI .I.. Agoet.
W It. BENNETT,. t(;. .0
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
Cars leove fttr Detrotit tt'ey alitttir
begitoultOcartt6,45lit i. noitil5:'15i >It.0.
Aftertat to DIetrttil1 : 15 :iitl11151.m
Cars letavintg AnnttArbtor at 1:15, 10:15
anld 110:45 runton lty 'as [ietr a Ypilntit .
Watinttg rotamoorner Aunt tottl Siotn It
:Dttrot'i a N ttodtwtardI tvt.
lRent schzev, the ilhoto apher. R
CALANDER AND READING NOTICES
Dec It)--litk.s* lIltotei's, .Sheli LS Lit. 1II 5 ilE
ttt 1 :,--. Sotinst x Iaeut.ePh]-e 545 it'. to . to Itt 1 tttotsti's ts tfI~
1 ' 1 thte itt it t i t c' c p l
IS 11.1211'S Y125'i'i.INTE1R, 2 t ( Iot ' 1 th'to'tt'' , t heott ])rot' Io t'. tisttt l'' lin
Ne'it lito-h' toI to' 111tt8 t$20to ' :. «otit'.it'0 ..tit to o i l i itto elt's meoo'
AmsdtiXI, I) . te s.sPIIINIE-'etrR om ths}o .ti
AtltheoAthenslTheatre. Saturdoy Dc.14.1:hei h
010 STUE TttSi-'ittth Toeoitlti 'stWetlitor ofth15' l illi
La nnd y Co. f IT 'ie o 't' ., wants o , 75 R ecelt11111 t '.et -i olJy o n l~
THEorlanrycrT eaM WILo BETHER
ti 2 .'li tH BILLnT AUTHOR-LECTURER
$3.00
b $3.50
OUR
Double Deckers
AND OUR
GENUINE
FREAKS
LEADS
Others Follow
W hThe Shoemafi,
Free Shines.
DON'T BE FOOLED
By a thc Leatd Pinioned Clotk
lBly 'a gtotd STEEL. PINIONED ClOOR
toe $1.0 See booth clocks ons exhi
bition in tmy swindow.
J. L. Chapmati,
'to 6it .It O tt t . 1t
i t Law,
11>1' TNAiTINt I. I I i~t.
a
University fll, Mon. Evre., Dec. 9.
subject:
''~Is Batdness,"''His Gootdness," The WNorst of .Hint,
"The Best of H~im."
Atdmission -oe. 'liekets at Wildees and at the Bx Office.
Students' Lecture Association,
J. V. SIJFEI1AN, 2dt'v'ttt too
Jttoo.C. WALTZv, Astttotier
Sf1 VIN6
'T'rasnsacttt a geneorai
Blankintg Bustnoess.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Pulintte of 10 shut CGya. SttOeSt
LAM BERT, 603 Williamnt
ITHE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. ST.: 816 S. STATE ST.
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Raotr Honing, if throtono otiti nday, Piontee rCaI' l.1itI+ . IIutrtoltSt.
SI"I2. i. B. WELCh Open dtay or nitttBIotard $2.50 perC wh.
W. of Cook Hoots IHuron St.
HAVE YOU SEENM
I-HOSE NOBBY BROWNS l v i L 1
CAMPUS BARKER OPo
For a Olest-class hiair Ct
and an Easy Shove . . . .
HERB JOHNSON
/ARg EM-
U. o0 Mbarber "c ' ~ seii
Shop and Bath m r~oe y t
Rooms82 STATE.J.R ran
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SUITINGS IN THE CITY

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