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December 20, 1901 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWPS
Sensible Suggestions
~For x
Hloliday Selections
SILK MUFFLERS INITIAL HiANDKERCH'FS
SILK H-ANDKERCH-IEFS KID GLOVES
SILK SUSPENDERS UMBRELLAS
SILK LINED GLOVES WALKING STICKS
NECK-WEAR IN ALL ITS I
LADIES' or GENTS' FITTED
LEATHER COLLAR AND CU
CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS~
WHITE FULL DRESS VEST!
WHITE SINGLE BREASTED
FULL DRESS SHIELDS
)SUITCGASES
FF BOXES
.S
V ESTS
loves,
ers,
oxes,
r Hangers.
Cuff Links,
Watch Fobs,
Scarf Pins,
Shirt Studs,
Night Robes,
Pajamas,
Fancy Hosiery,
Warm Underwear
Golf XG
Sweat(
Hat B(
Trouse
WAGNER (Q CO.,
HATTERS, _-to a - HABERDASHERS,
121I-123 MAIN STREET.
lVVr
rIGKWIGK BiIiaiWi ar1oiFS adulBowlNa
707 NORTH UNIVTERSITY AVENUE
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!II
That neans the tt of everythtttg: SKRVICE, EQUIPMENT and ROADBED.
Vestibule~d trains, ED
with Parlor Cas0.OL TO COLUMBUS
T/' LEDOTV( 'wihWrite J. W. LANDriAN, General Traveling Agent,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
BETTER T}-FkN EVE
~ The SCIEEDEo
TEMPORARY 6INOm1
30c. Extmintottt p
ttttttPenfrOWS.0
F. J. SCHtLEEg
2 s . tae5 t
as z' "" r t
Iiave=a= Loo k
IN
Fulde's Wjndows
$3o Suitings at $22,
$8.Oo Trousers at $6 00
Fulde, The Tailor,
119 S. MAIN ST.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC yCOMPANY
C;14Uht PNIi4AS ANNLJIIL
Cotthtiltos nouie atd alist of gifts, pre-
ttelte(I tto all caltts. Ask to) see our
stpecial.
Sl iftl ISA IRICAINS
I N II~O L I N S.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
209-211 E. Washington
ALHI16AN CEiNT L
"The Nagara Falls Route."
THlE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With diret con~nections at Chucago for St.
Looio, Kansas Ciy, St. Paol and thetsut.
Cor information anti through tirketscalit boor
write to It. W. HAYS.Agernt. Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
..1 L0R.ANT!LI1,E05:
TIME TABLE
Taking eret Jane 2. 1901.
Trains meare Ann Arbor by Centrai Stand-
rd Tine.
SOUTH NORTH
"No. 6.- 7:251 A. M. No. 1.- 0:110 A. M.,
No. 1-t1:30 A. a. 'No. 5-12:30 P. nt.
No. 4.- 18:M11 . K. No. S.- 4:!11 P. K.
* " 102- 80501P. aK. ' it101-9:00 A. M
*Ruon between Ann Arbtor and Toledo only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
W T. WILLS, Agent.
W8 H. HENNETT. (0. P. A-
lventschier, the lIpbotorapher.
K
N
K
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES
Fii:~iy. Dec. 20,. 1; p. is.---:Ice tiion tllt)tN(;ERtS (LASSES.
Classes wiiiiet at Granigers School
Tiiest1lyv.t-an:. 7.,ao ii1.--Worckre- for D~ancinig aftier the holidays as foi-
intl io:s: eginer, genlteme nelexciusive-
iy, SaturtiayImorningo 10 ociock; Mon-
OHIO STUDENTS -The Toledo day evenings, 7:30. Laldies, excitisive-
ILaunldry Co. of Toledo, O~ wants to ly, SatlurdIay afiernoon, 2 o'clock.
do your laundry work. Leave ordera Ladies andt gentiemen ,Aonlday even-1
at 121 S. Momn St. Phone 545. ings, S oclock. Advaniced prograim
mattinee ;Saturday afternoon, 4 to6
daandne1:w "IwntoAL'SBuilding'"IpII is 2 ' oclock. tuition ;Stur ay ateiinoon, ic
d~itoy. lilLEES ,IEWILLEYBeginniers, genitlemuen, $5; ladies, $3.
ST(SitE±. Advaiited class Saturdaty afternooni,
$3.'t'welve- weeks constitute at term.
ltottyDressing Castes at WI LDEWES tOfict at Academy 011'Mayniard strcet.
tH'IAIIAY.
Fridaty tight it tGranger's, the hle-
MTiss ityittt is still tofferintg hig re- tutatliegoI tilrchestra will furn~isih 11u1k
duetiotts on till ittts. All children's fo:rtdatncittg 5::30 to 11:45 otclock.
hts will t i Ottelil t lesstsh11011cost.
108-11011. Libterty. TENNIS NET and tcwo racquets for~
iti s ttitt sitt ttslilt' sale. +Calk-Ins' Pharmacy. If
coa~t frttttt Physics Lecture Rootmli.at Subscribe for the Daily -News.
It0 t. ti1. yesierdlay, plteet4".111 tIt.
C. Lant,iBtantcht2011. 'MILtAIRtS THE PRINTER.
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor & W .BOO at
W. J BOOH, PER. TflT[
Jackson Ry. W. AaaosLo, let Ytro-ppeee
Cara leave for Detroit every half hour J. V..Snexans, 2d iupu
beginning ott6:45 a. m. until £:5 , m.Joni.CW e,Aet.Cate SflING
After that to Detroit 9:4,5 and 11:15 p. m. U
Cars leaving Ann Arbor at 1:15, 10:15
sod 10:45 run only as far aso Ypsilanti. Trannacts a general
Waiting room corner Ann and Main Sts.: Banking Busineas.
Detroit, 70 Woodward ave.
MODERN ELOQUENCE
A library of after-dinner speeches, lectures,
occasional addresses, many of them never
before pnblished.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:
HON. THOMAS B. REED
ASSOCIATE EDITORS :
[he Latest and lpeS
IN
PICTURE FRAMES
and MOULT.1
You can find at
DeFries Art StO'e
217 5. Fourth Ave.
The Summer...
Is over. You are p
thinking of Fall Wear,
Our Fallf
line of Footwear illl;
made in all the ae
styles at
$2.00, $2.50 AND $
Glass' Shoe Ster
109 S. Main St.
Repairing a Specialty
A ll sorts of...
Michigan Souvegir5
for sale at
ILOVELL'S CORNER '
they make nice Christll6
Cor. Main and Huonb~etse Srsaid'""i
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $&5,00.Tr
general banking business.V
It, Kar, Putt. C. Et. 0toi9N1+
Fasim HBaLSxas.Casbier,
The~ finn firbor "aI0 .
Capital Stock. $50,0te. Sls 5S f
Organized unertie General Baggi~te
of thisl Stale. Receives denosits, buy5 s 0 s~
snak inge on the principlocities of t1tfietil5
State .Drafts enshud spon proper It-r
hafooydeposit hoses to rent. e.
Demeanzs: Chares IE. Hiscek. aslr
Harr. man, 'Vice-Pres.: .t 0J. Fritz, r
FIRST NATIONAL BANK QA
Capital, $100,000. Sarplus and ProaS1 d
Tsacsaeange bought and sold. iSarnIS
treet. 05Aic0
B. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON S le
S. W CLARKON CaOgbter
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Full line of E lkskin GyIO.es~l
LAM BERT, 6=3 Willls
,T:816 S. STAT T
Justin McCarthy, M. P.
Rossiter Johnson.
Senator Janathan P. Dolliver;
Edward Everett Hale
John D. Morris & Co., Phila., Publishers.
C. S. Salisbury, Agt., Ann Arbor, 405 E. Jefferson St.
I
THE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, - HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. S'
I
____..-
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Raz~or Honing, Bathrooms oveni Sunday, Pioneer Cafe, 214 N. Huron St.
9-12. H. B. WELCH Open day or night. Board $2.50 per wk.
W. ot Cook House. Huron St.
HAVE YOU SEEN I
CH-OSE NOBBY BROWNS M
CAMPUS HARBIER SHOP
For a first-class Hair Cutt
and an Easy Shave . .
HERB JOHNSON
U. ofl K Barber FpsetE
Shop and Bath sstk«
Rooms, 82 2 STATE. ,J. R. T
PJARD
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH
MURLSH SUITIE6SIN THE

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