THE XlC:mlOA DAILY.
It MCI N CENLT'P
"The NisariaPts Rnute.'
THE SHOAT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
with direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, Kansas City. St. Paul and the West.
For inforsoation and through ticketscaie on or
write to W. W. CASE. Agent. Ann Arbor.
CHOICC CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
Chapin St., between Huron St. and Miller Ave.
For Thanksgiviag, by the fatmous Third Rail system
from Jackson. The Jackson and Battle Creek. Traction
Company's fine line wifltake the crowds both east and west,
on account of fine equipment, fast time and low rates.
Hundreds ride daily for the pleasure it affords. See papers for the
cards or write for folders.
New Bru+swick Tab+e +
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS, j
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos +
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S. 10
Ihave ust received the largest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
30$ S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Iancing
Ground rloor on Magnard Street
One Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 2-4 6
pay us $
If you on
put the b
VEN AWAY .
a complete Outfit of Haberdashery of your own
with each ofthese Suits. How Rbead on,
iee of these suite in $18 each. You huy one,
12.50, and invest the re t in haberdashery of
i selection, therefore you get it for nothing.
ly want the suit you can have it for $12.50 and
alance in the savings bank.
Staebler & WuerthI
COLD WiEA1 nta
tne "Fulton" and the "Broad.
wayBox", bearing this famous
MAERS : NEW YORK
BE NJAM IN Overcoats repre-
sentAmerica's highest achieve-
parel. It an overcoat doesn't
hang fight from the shoulders,
it Is neither comfortable nor
correct. The skirts of the
"Fulton" sweep from broad,
concave shoulders with a dig-
nified grace that is the marvel
and the despair of other over-
coat makers. The "Broadway
Box" has shorter skirts for
more conservative tastes.
The priceels right. Year nhoney
back if anything goes wrong.
They are at this store only.
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
109411 Va Wasbington St.
HIT- \ °
CA N TA B "cA"
MADEI QATER SZE
16 CTS.CEACH OR TWO FOR 25 CTS,
CLOETT, PEABODY & CO,, MAKEsR
Clening. Pressing. Repairing.
336 S. STATE ST.
Clothes called for and
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YOU CAN GET A FOOT BA.L.
H .ot Lunch Conplete returns for the Michigan-
At Tittlo's, 338 S. State Chicago and Minnesota=Wisconsin
games will be received by special
*-'-% --'--'% . - ^ ' - wire at the Athens Theater on Thurs-
+ -- day (Thanksgiving) afternoon, in con-
nection with the performance given
I Nb b atheiRachel Lewis Co. No regular
%EIW'J.5~M~I~E dramatic performance will he given
Lessons, 65 per Term of 12 Weeks at the matinee, but eight swell vaude-
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street ville stunts will be given before and
PRE sSORnSOTv, PRNIaL between the halves so as not to inter-
fere with continuous reports.
PALACE F- PARISIAN ______
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB
A U A EN " The Rocky Mountain Club held its
Office f5i East William St. Pnone 65M. second annual banquet at Oyster Bay
work caled for and delivered promptly Saturday night. C. Tollman, of Color-
If. . DOWLER, Aqt. ado, acted as toastmaster, and the fol-
lowing toasts were responded to:
Cracker Jack "Theclub". C.VanValkenburg,Cal-
ifornia; "The Pig Skin," G. W. Greg-
Furnished for parties and church ory, California; "The Goat," J. A.
Rallins, Utah; "The Girls We Left Be-
socials at wholesale prices. - - hind," R. S. Schmidt, California; "The
301 S. State St. F. Rb.GI L RT Tenderfoot," A. R. Thomas, Utah;
* "The Mountain Trout,' W. G. Hare,
Oregon; "The Dutch Oven," F. S.
$3.00 IN GO rD Geadney, Nevada; "The Future of the
To be gise . away Wednesday, Noveser 25,
10:00 p. in., at the West," H. L. Cox, California.
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or cooking purposes. It is not a case
for laughter or negligence, but it may
he a very serious situation. It i
much hatter to he too careful than
to he too careless in a matter of this
nature. The Cornell .authorities, by
their positively criminai negligence,
brought upon themselves plausible
charges of mismanagement and ignor-
ance. It is not necessary that such
charges should be laid at Michigan's
door. A STUDENT.
The floor at Granger's Academy has
been refilled and was not in the usual
good condition Saturday night, not
having time to harden properly. Mr.
Granger says it wili he better than
ever from now on. 51
For Thanksgiving by the famous
Third Rail System from Jackson. The
Jackson and Battle Creek Traction
Pickwick Billiard Parlor and A STUDENT
Bowling Alley Who wishes to earn money during
Under new management. For explanation Thanksgiving vacation and a few
cat and see us. 707 N, Univ. Ave weeksthereafter, can do so by writ-
-_- ing to G. J. H., care Daily. The work
Pantorium, 836 S. State. Cleaning, is canvasing for a reliable firm, and
Pressing and Repairing. Clothes selling a high-class Christmas article,
called for and delivered. Leave or- Can easily make five dollars per day.
ders at Cushing's Drug Store, or' Bath Supplies of all kinds at all
'phone 582. prices at Cushing's Pharmacy.
companyys fine line will take the
crowds both east and west, on account Leave orders at Cushings or
of fine equipment, fast time and low
rates. Hundreds ride daily for the
pleasure it affords. See papers for
time cards, or write for folder. 51
Wi. bocbret n, Y
Students will make their headquart- e
ers at Root's Music house this year a ta I U fl t
for popular music, musical instru-
ments, supplies and studies. -tts tam & &4 otte.
University students desiring to se- Pbolle 667. 303 5. State st
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write to James F. Fresh i.wney's. Allegrettis, r.
bcCullough, 699 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi- row's and Huyler's Chocolates at Cush-
cago. tf. ing's Pharmacy.
1 WAONER COMPANY, . Importing Tailors 4 9LOuTNS
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BAIRRIO5 DIAfIOND CO.
206 South flain Street.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLDG-OODyEAR'S DRUG STORE