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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS
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SHUDNUTS PERFUMES,
We have just added a full line of these fine perfumes and toilet articles. "Toilet
Hints" is a book that tells all about them and their use. Ask for one.
CAKN'PABRMACY 324_50. STATE STO
PiGkw!GK Billida~Ird Prors adBowling
707 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!
'10 it ni the -it O I rin g: SERV'-iICE, EQ171ii IFNT1and1ROADBIED.
wh V OLED+O T- O COLUMBUS
Write J. W. LANDIIAN, Gueneral Traveling Agent,
DEaTROIT, MICHlIG~AN.
PAN-AMERICAN
PLAYING CARDS
SOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE,
II6S MAIN STREET ,..
C = "' arY Y .r"w'ar ee':v' vvw +X ~ 'w Y_ !1f1 ..r rrmr.rawrsY'I71P7G1 ' -- . _ _ L ari a rv sI_ ~1k J
H j[avre=a= Loo k
IN
Fulde's Wendows
$30 Suitings at $22,
$S.Oo Trousers at $6.oo
Fulde, The Tailor,
119 S. MAIN ST.
ANN ARBORI MUSIC COMPANY
IN \MANDOL)IINS.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC Co.
209-211 E. Washington
MIULIAN HC-Ji~nTIL
"The Niagara Facts Route."
THE SISHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with i : , mr tmis it CIOh ao fir ht
101115, K(t)Hib o' tP:,,11i d the neit.
CrI~.i r n uiitIirotO'0 ikinsca II'ono
wr ite 11.1YIN N o . A ru .
A'4 N ARBOR
RA I L ROAD
TIME TABLE
'U~mli effct uie 2 101
Trams'i!",t ,« Attu Irtr :,ty 0i'rtril S ai
rd Tit+it
*1lt; # 1 NOTH
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No. 8-:3i.1 A. 2. *Ni.o.-i2:30sP. o
No. 4- -3 iis. M. Ni-. 3.- 4:i' F0M
102 -- :o5 1. t. 10 -- l 0 A.,
'Runbeween An Amri and Toledo only
All trat itInlly ept Sneday.
Liz. T. WILLS.Agent.
N II. BENNETT. t3. P. A'
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor &
Jackson Ry.
Cars leave for Detroit every haf hour
beginningatof.6:45 a.,rm. until 8:4) 11. m.
After that to Detroit 9:45 and 11:15 p.in
Cars leavin Anni Arbor at 9:15, 10:15
And 10:45 run only as faraso Ypsilanti.
Waiting room corner Ann and Main Sts.:1
Detroit, 71) Woodward ave.
lDentschter, the jbhotograpber.
S
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES
Wi neday, IDec ~. 1ipiis tRecital, 11 01 1 1II ROL1iE1IS.
-:30 11. an., triee MenioiioiHIt l. 'Thi eitiotio of 1thi '1"0. TheHIrI h
irstllav, lvi. 11,-.-' ynleal BaisuIlilvi's i11 the (Chiinse o'er,, Wo 'ingi,
oaf' SI oii,' trof. .I. i). ltea, o' liynivnai Ii 'i n I ii'i'y new a , i queiii it l
SL.Ionr:'ri' .1iitiriiii ii iin ltri:iiiiiinr. The M 0.1
_____________________Rllersi' hav o'ig'iii li operi iciv music.i
'01110 STUD)ENTNS-The Toledo "o i) niiinii songs tat l iii' Ivanswe
La undrCo. of Toledto, O0,wants to 11 Ind Cweekiou. iOrrii iii' iiiniii
lo youut laundiry work. tLenveeorders 111,iidazlei he hi iiliil'i. 1ii1iiiiinlii
at 21i . Ai inSt Phnle e 545.r ev eilng 1 1,ilaiit M ien 'li-11ii. i
Niin' teaviid 5he letllvi o iiiliii'}iofairims
iiiiiiiv anyourN tom tirsentsfritn is is ii il I ou l I l o tel1ilcips li
IIAIt itIE'; 'S IE1IE LIY STORE'. div iiiney clle. oIndaiiil iii igvi o l f~ir:
Nil CO (10001Buiinr, th ot vaii ri i'I 1"isNit
C p ir ont ype'S MU Cite viO s.i i aueril iilo: 1.1111,111 iinrit, liiihe
10ak 30 M.on.; e l s ers n30 roze electric'.tspaie1 ihaii'iiinrli aesinttg i
IIALLEUVS JEWELRY STORE. Mood tit-e h n h . 'i'1isvii ir ie
(.11' '-Ttv tote irvt T tin B t ii oi i ii il ii tis th1el k of,.'I
'nib1 'Gt OODS!arvs ore S tat e cou n ny; Bith lul Iv Niiia iiid
t O T' itiMto USoa o ICt O US h ain iaiiiairitist, fi iiii war'i'nii l loseiii
Nm n tvo ttt itd ste il loio' I C liiot crlo'' tu0 - n es hll he4
ithoi Chrh Masisi sstttivl ell8:t0, Au-iene 11liiild- e sp-
tIC30 11115' sr :0p . roiy.Ea'icela 1etui il
has in11 'i'i' l.i 11e 0 li 0 Ial
'I'llhe SttieStreVAT ailr. iBist 'ii 1 iii': 1 re butpe. nd'i'e t~ i'iinii.:.
sui iits a liiiis'tpictes.vii' n'it S10)0)1 i i s Sullivan'L1'S l' NowlinAltt'Y.
'itt W1ashliostrees.___________sn.
AthlibraryBof after-dinner s1eeesalectures,
occ ou m asia oal saddesse,lumainof them f~nevtsert h
;IASSOCIATE EDITORS:
Justn M~arty, . P.Sentrenahane P . Dolluveri
Ros, BSTerAJohnson. Edward Everett al NoerUdh.1
Jo o.hoen DthMois & Co1,S.1, Ph. r~i.,11Pub; lsher. 1
MSC.HOUS. Slsuy g. n ro,45E efro t
$3.00
$3.60
w os r s I
W.. O UR
Double Dekers
AND OUR
GENUINE
FREAKS
LEADS
Others Follow
Wahr, The 11oenlaN
Free Shines. . ,
DON'T BE FOOLE-p
By a 69c Lead Pinioned Clox
Buty a good STEEL PINIONgD 11,p
fsr $t.00. See both clocks on
bition 1in ry wtndow.
J. L. Chapmat",
200; S li n St.
'or. Mi n otre~e ts.
Ct'al , i&sz~,. iiuIplus), $3",00. rasmt
geniral bi nuei i pro
R, K~xPres. C.E GEYN
PREs.H BESi,Ctshi').
I1no Rinn #111)0r'&viflfU
Ctl i'm Stici. $50,000 Surp1us
'of 'his Savte Recivil"'ioits uyvsiia0'gIl
< ecn ug invvheiiiit ii iitisofiii.)eti
State Denamtsmcastlimupo prileridosnS
beoyidepoit.iiii esto rnt. .'
itnr man Vice-Pm ' 'l.J Fit a"ie
l~i"tpe hl in''- inoline
111151'-NATIONALI 1X NI'
J.V. SHEEHAN, 2d Vic-pree
aON. C. WALz, Ast.Cashior I
Transacts a general
Banking IBusinessn,
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Full line of Elkskini Gyro. Sho"'at1,
LAM BERT, 613 William
I THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. ST.: 816 S. STATE ST. I
-I1
A GOOD SHAVE, 'Hugh Johnson's
Rtazor Honing, Bathroos e in Sunday-i Pioneer Cisfe, 014 E. Huron St.
9-12. H1. B. WELCh Oe a rngt or 25 e k
W. of Conk House. Huron St. pndysrngt ord$5 e k
HAVE YOU SEEN lR
I'HOS E NOBBE Y BROW NS.V
CAMPUS BARBER SHO0P
For a first-class Hair Cut
and an Easy Shave . ,
HERB JOHNSON
VtfAR
Uo MBarber ansa o a 10111
Shop and Bath ty oe 1BriO~
ROOMS, non STATE, d Ta ~n:g8ie
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH AND
ENGLISH SiJITINGS IN THE V

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