CLTHING HO0U S E
71,73, 175 WoodwardAvenueDer , y
Boys THING HTS AfN QC,/W-
r -'LatsstNovelties /\r,-v n L Dail.
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 SQLth Main Street. 44 SoutltaeStreet,
UNI ERSITY TEXT-BOOKS , '~T _1 'ZON = WR
MecalBoSsrs.Law Books, B;ANji1Booss, ALL FInSD,
All;Books used in City Schools. Students, Note Books aod Pads, Draft-
Coinpiete Liiie of Sporting Goods, ing Instruments.
Large Stork of Fountain Pens. A. Warranted F ountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.
G. H. WILD
is booing ItheI o s st todof iTrull t D rc itings in the manket.
All the Ilitest shides andnvlt5iettin Ii oosenngsanid
(C ILo itiligS. 1FinieVests( can hi had ot A
No. 2 E. Washington St .near Main. G. H. __...
JAMES M, STAFFORD,
ThILOR r PRTR
The best place to get a
f lgs+ ±Q zA S 1+UI
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
.ANN]ARBOR, - - - MI-CH.
We Shall Sell on Saturday.
The best $1. Lainndried Shirt for - i89e.
Ane extra quality unlaundried shirt 69e.
The heat 50c. Shirt in Ann Arbor - 42c.
(niffa worth 20c. at - - - ;]5c.
Collars worli 25c, at- - - 17c.
All linen Ist'd Itank'f's worth
25e. - - . - -17C.
Slipecial values iin Ties, Underwear,
Ilosiery, Souspenilers, &c. at the
Gent ' Furnisn oikp't.
20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK, BUS INESS DI RLOCTG5
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES I M RNL. "
Oni LAMPS, in this city. You will savyeimoney by bnying of us. Our 3 MAIN ST~taREp'aTr eg
IED STAR " OIL has no equal, hurns without odor, or spcil ttntonpad o er rnga
a4Jeer.charring of wick and gives a clear white light. W. _ SLAKE,_
Sold at 11) cents per gallon, delivered to any part of tlie city. PCURS4FAE ,1
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. p3EAN G O.. ART GOOUDS. 10 West iUroll
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
THE CAMPUS. ess, Miss Biuntt historian, J. iM. Manufaurerof and dealer in
Mr. Trcarley, proprietor IDetroit Ne lson. SAGINAW GANG SAWED SUM BER
Journal, will be in Ann .Arbor, at It is runnored that the Oracle Us!Fst ndDptPo
a wil o o prss dringtheJ. HALLER
)'30 to-iiiglit, and mecet Prof. doewllgo o rssduigth
Pont fiiid coinndittee of studnrlts Thanksgiving vacation, anud will 46 SO 50 iMAIN ST.
inteeste itsthe(yiinasiiii thtis. be out before the holidayrORepaieing a supeeiiaty.
pro- 0. M. MARTIN,
ject, at the Arlington Hotel, at i vactation. If this be so the mons- IDEALERO IN
p. tn. bers of the -board deserve great Cloth Caskets,. Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS. i
Herbert Fox, '()I-, left for home praise for their palihiid Ipromupt-, A--LEMS
this morning to speind Thanksgiv- Dess. I"
ing vacation. Thoe followiiig is the Alpha NtU ALSO iBUS HACK AND nAno3AGe I I
The freshmnen iindependeitts prograistie for Nov. 22: Music, NrhMi tet
havema ayaoo instrumental solo; essay, Mr. W. RINSEY & SEABOLT,
ha owe relto- alygold Bkers and dealera in
judgment in nominating J. W. Ij* Nichocls; reading, Mr. C. E. Groceries, Provisions, Flour andrOgd
Loeb for the presideucy. Mr. Loeb Filkins; skotcho, Mr. Patterson; 8 OH and 8 E. Washington ' t.
has great executive ability, having music, vocal, IM. II.and K. qular- Makerot fine,
gtette; debate, Should the Christ- L.ADIES' and GENTrs' 500
been residnt o the raduaing epairing neatly done. 4:,8 . Main Si'
bee prsidnt f isegrauatngmas vacations be slhorteined amid -_ --- ____-_____
class in thte Chicago high school, no spring vacation be given? Aff, GRANGER'S
and also of tihe Hawthorne literary Mr. Chas. hill; nog., Mr. L. E. .g ACADEMY OF DANClNG,:t
SO .qsueoi rut vert1 ffiv.a_. ood' D .non] dpni Tnatr
hundred mtemnbers. Mr. Loch is a 1
good parliantarian, a staunichl
indepeindont, atid a diesvoted aiis
enthusiastic meimber of '934.
Tite Nortlhwesterii World htas a
Tvery line portrait of their psresi-
dent, Henry Wade Rogers, in the
isstte of thtis week.
Thte freshmnin idependemtts'
cautcus resttited as follows : Presi-
dent, J. W. Loeb ; vice-president,
Miss RI. Wadsworth ; secretary,
J. Cliapimo; treasurer, R. Mattliew-
son ; orator, IR. A. J. Show ;
poetess, Miss Hamilton ; prophiet-
rr Uvu UII~tdT dULAU SI~IIUI,
IH. M. 1-. and K. quarte-tte.
The sophtoinore-freshtinait tug-
of-war will be hield on the campust1
to-morrow, providing rope can be
obtained strong eitoughi to with-
stand the treitendoius strain.
There will be a nmeeting of tlhe
Pennsylvania Club, in Room A,
on Satnrday,Nov. 22, at 10 a. n.,
to hoar the executive coimmittee's
report on the Thtanksgiving meet-
ing and to receive new members.
We would urge all Pennsylvania
students whto have not yet done
so, to sign the roll of inember-
ship on Saturday.
D. M. Licavi-, President.
Ooposite ILaw Buiiding.
Ptupils wilt be received at any time duin4
Through Vestibled and COionf'9
Sieepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma Wash., and Port-
The Wisconsin Centrah and Nei rthleu
Pacific ines run through Pulhmanil
tibuhed and Colonist Sleepers betWe
Chicago aiid Tacoma, Wash., aD
Portland, Oregon. Thie train k'0r
a s the 'Pacific Express" heaves a
Giland Centrah Passenger Stati 11
the comnerof FifthoAvenue .s
IHarrison Street, at 10:45 p. 3M. dWil
For tickets, berths in Pullman o
onist Sheepeis, etc., apphy to Q00" he
TonasoN, City Passenger and Tic
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to f
EDDY, Depot Tieket Agent, Gaf
Central PassengerStation, cornemt
Avnesolhrrison Street, Chl