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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS
At",T NED L C "We are Sully prepared with a "strong' selection
~"'~"" Xof snew foreigii and dowestic wooisns for the aop-
TAILORS proacbitng season. If you are con siering any-
123 South Main Stret thing for nen's wear, let us talk it over with yso.
,o ,
PiGRU iK Iia1 raiiloirS anti BowNling
707 NORTH UNIVERSITY :VENUE
THE HOOKING VALLEY RY. II
Thmt moastihe best o21 everythingi: SERVICE, EQUIPMENT asnd ROADBEDt
wihProtCsTOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Write J. W. LANDIIAN, General Traveling Agent,
DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
BETTER THAN EVER
The SCHL.EEI~f
TEMPORARY BIN, ;
I 4 ~nsmalissrlarge 1131 I~
of paper. PapEoa
F. J. SCIL3
aoS. State5fit
mar s. _ _ c a ...aaryr
liave=a=Look
IN
Fulde's Wjndows
$30 Suitings at $22,
$8.Oo Trousers at $6.oo
Fulde, The Tailor,
119 S. MAIN ST.
Our Windew Speaks
for Itself. ;
ilay iiyan tltdil lllvllilt. 111111l int o
111110 I i'acly tool. All illspectliionlat
"Klill-Ig 1t, 111'' Series', s'il'til5.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC Co.
209-211 E. Washington
MilILIGAN CLIV4NT
I'M~ Niagara Failsouate."
THLE SRORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO ,
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON;
With direct connections at ('('teago for St.
Louiso, KansasaCity. St. Paul and the west.;
Eor information and throsugh tickets eall on or;
write to t. W. HAYES. Agent. Ants Arbor.I
ANN ARBOR
RAtILROAD
TIME TABtE
Tattingefer ne sr2.1011.
Trains leare Ann Arbor by Central Stand-;
rd Tim.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 8.- 7:25 A. K. No. 1.- 8160 A. St.;
N. 8.--l:b A. K. *Nu. 5.-12:30 P. m0.
No. .- 8:35 P. et. No. a.- 4:W8 P..
102-8:5tPl. 4.( l0- 9:05 A.M.
'Run betwen Ann Arbor and Toledo only
All trains dalby except Sund.
W.T ILAgent.
4R H. BENyKETT . P. A'
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor&
Jackson Ry.
Cara leave for Detroit every tall hour;
beginning Iot 6 45 a. m. until 8:45 1. m.;
After that to Detroit 9:46 and 11:15 p. m.
Cars leaving Ann Arbor at 9:I5, 10:15
and 10:45 run only as far an Ypsilanti.
Waiting room corner Ann and Main Sin.:
Detroit, 70 Woodlward ave.
"!
lRentscbter, the lIP'otorapher.
CALENDAR AND READING NOTICES
Iris-os' Ms-liorio i hi,111 i'a 'Ilivl'siiy
iii 11111 I (Ilor ftkeC ia. o
1'l'01'i'l'1l .Jan1 . 231 - No lealiiil 'Ridge-l
1ay11 'o. IsS 'C. i . A. .(,or
5llria 111Ja1's -1$1..slI is asiets,(- i aoii-
0.st sfill 1111101Union scon r's.
:1 lilill .Jl . hI 7s' .lill . sll.- Salo Til
:r'lIrvedsts'r Mad X'stivahopenedsl
It I lll.211'Schoo0'lIofYMsic~l.
i;S's-ly, Feb.il 1t;- 5 lil rshy1 11;1i11,
15551the 111sfof waIlls Mel1lol tNsiy
New'skstiSsi ' C. Bok 55Ai.il
115ALIC 011110. releds
ot1111 l low.1's ( ~t 1 ilss1 s 511'
550-0
(1.00inued from IFist Page).
C'rafts.
M'1i1511anlrushedtheis- l :,1)a 1yar0111.
kickedl 51881 rds, 1r11n1ha1111kicks l27~
'ils' firl's t s ilns' 12. 1 sl o 'so Is.
1low5s:
MICIGsAN. oXN011
Left ild
Reddenssss...............Clark,'Prelostonl
'J.(gt T~iI-kl'±.
Wh t I(a t ig t.. 1(. . ...1'a g l
Lesft Guardf
'R'ghMEN 'dARE O IE
Righti. 11 (1101k
('XII'1a~. lVi.K
Subcribeftein.. Da... i-es.eat.
The Latest and et
IN
PICTURE FRAMES
and MOUL DIN
You can find at
DeFries Art Store
217 S. Fourth Ave.
The Summer... W
Is over. You are
thlinkinig of Fall wear.
Our Fall rS
line of Footwear is laest
malde in all these
styles at
$2.00. $2.50 AND $3.00
Glass' Shoe $tOre
109 S. Main St.
Repairing a Specialty.
All aorta of....
Michigan SouvelIr5
for sale at R
LOVELL'S CORNER STOil~
they make nice Christmnas
Car. Mtain and Hduron StrotO, 'c
(fapitl ni, 1o101.surplu$ias 56o.0 'f
general banking bneIn~es' vie"
R, Kzxrjr, Prens. C. Rt. Gesasa.v
FRED. H. BaELBa. Caser. .01
The finn flrbor Savln O O
Capital Stack. $500008. Sueplus, $ f 1
Or ulad nder tbe General Baning 11
Ofth lbaState. Receisves epositby np
'Safe,.y deposit boxee to etO. bysaW"
ur~riwse: Cbareees R. Hiscrckels"e. r
Har man, Vce-Prr.l St. J. Fritz asC555
FIRST NATIONAL BANK A
Capital, 8100,000. Surplus and Pronnte,
Transacts a genral banki n ainel YreO
exchange banght and said. Faci lts
'credit. 0ss
R.D. INNRyPes. HARRISON81 p
S.W. CLARKSON Cackler
W * . BOOaTH, RES.
sW. ARNOLD, l8t Vice-prey
J. V. SHHAaNao2d0 Vice-prey n /~u
JON.s C.WALTz, Asst. Cashier Sn x'~
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
Goodyear Glove Rubber
Full lisne of Elkskin Gym. SihoeBs51,
LAM BERT, 613 WilaG
i
j "
LA.
MAX O'REL
JAN. 15, 1902
ITHE BEST HOT CHOCOLATE, " HANGSTERFER'S, 200 E. WASH. ST.: 816 5. STATE ST.
A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Razor Honing, Bathrooms onen Sunday, Pioneer Cafe, 214 E. Huron St.
912. H. B. WIC1S Open day or night. Board $2.50 per wk.
W. e( Ctook Rouse. Hurois St.
For a first-class Hair Cut
and an Easy Shave -. ..-
HERB JOHNSON
HAVE YOU SEEN
tr'iC E NO BY BROWNS
MI WA D
U. of1?V; Barber Fc "'~~
Shpand Bath tyd on e e iS
ROOM1888STATE. ~. 5.10
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTC AgP
EJY6LSH SUITINGS IN TolE

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