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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I Ne ,pii
In ta O ds ,l
Sew
Ann Abor Sore, I I S rtin
[New-Boko,3ros

MOGUL
TCYTIAN
CIARLTTtS
Qprok'n in Turkey.
Perfected in Egypt.
Enjoyed in America.
0MGLSMOKE MAKES LG'5'1TIAN SMOKERS"
Sve te Couons.
COLOL FBASEBALL
and all other college sport is folly covered in text and illustra-
tion by THE ILLUSTRkATEM)SP'ORTING News, which is the
ONLY publication giving spei(lill otioil to college s80csjes:t~s
Send Us One DoIlaranweillsdyo
N~ws each week for 16t wieks, which will cover the spring
+season of outdoor sport. Address,
+ TIME ILLUJSTRATED SPORTING N[WS, 7 W. 22d St., New York
M NY LOANED ON !~ Arkansas, Texas, M1exico
Watehes, Dians, " and California...
J ewelry, ad all High 't
Class Chattel a n d r etrece i
Collateral Secenrity. r bs rahe i
BUSI NESS STRICTLY CONIDENTIAL.+ St. Louis, World's rair City,
W. J. LOURIM.
Opposite Cook lousseh
..'a+2.++3+I...Route

)IIrIAN GENinA4,
a.75e Iragara Falls Route."
THdE SHdORTTlINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct ceonnecttons at Chicago for St
Lous-ansas Cty, St. Patl and the West
Foer information and through tckets call on or
write to W. W. CASE. Agent. Ann Arbor.
D,, Y., A. A. & J, RAILWAY
3TANDAPD TIME'
For IDetrott half hourly from 6:15 a. m. unttt
6lit p. m. Thee hourly until 11:t5. hFor Ypsi-
lasti outy att12:t5a. m. and 12:45 a. m. hFor
.Jackson hourly from 6:15 a. m. untit 7:15 p. m.
Th n att 15p m. and11:15 1.m.
Waiting Room. Huron St.. W. of Main.
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 SOUTH "rAIN ST.
Xo. n. KNNnARRISON souse
President. V. Prestdent.
S. W. mLAnKSOt, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR, MICH.

" R E NTS CH L ER For anythingin thetline of
++ Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, +.
" Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets.
"THE HEAD WAITERS." 1906 LAW PARTY. {
Au informal dance to be given at
When Joe Kelly shows us the third Granger's, Firiday evening, Starch 25,
edition of "The Had Waiters," at the has been arrantged by the Social Comn-
Athens on Friday evening, it is prom.-nittee of the 1906 law class. Excel-
toed that an al-new entertainment wilt tent music wilt he tarnished by the
he found new in every sense, music, Academy orchestra. Thtat a large
songs, fun, wardrobe, scenery; all crowd of class membero wilt be pres-
have been onstintingly provided to cut is assutredl from the unuosualy
maintain the trademark of this favor- large advance sate of .tickets. Thosse
ite comedian. It is this spirit of en- who wish to seettre tickets shtould ait
tertainprise which has ptaced this or- ply to the members of the cotmmittee
ganization in the front ranks of most- as soon as possible.
cat comedy attractions, and Manager MURPHY,
Whitney is wide awake to the import- PAULDA.
ante of keeping fon fresh, the music THOMPSON.
new and jingling. and the scenery and
gowns bright and pleasing to the eye. NOTICE 1907 ENGINEERS.
The company this year bombers thir- On Wednesday. March, 23. at 4 p. m.'
ty people and the choral adjunct is in Room 10, of the old building, there
[nearly twenty strong. The principals wilt be a meeting of thec 1907 enogi-
of the company are: Jack Vincent, neers. The reports of several out.
Edna Wellington, Dolly DeVyne, Low standing committees wilt be heard and
other businesswithtrnaed
Kelly, Pierce and Roslyn, Chas. Burk- ________
hart and the Great Comedy Foote NOTICE-1904.
Qoartette.,'There will be a ciass intsoing Tues-
day at 4 p. m. in Room C, to discuss
"A HOT OLD TIME." class affairs.
Women like "A Hot Old Time," BLAIN, President.
which will he the hill at floe Athens Tour eyes examined by an
Theatre on Saturday evening, becausss expert optician. Alt the lat-
it is uproarous with fun, but entirely eat approved appliances and methods
free from vulgarity. It is a well known to the profession are employed.
known fact that the fair sex will flock New eye glasses fitted, lenses dupli-
to the theatre when they can see an cated, frames repaired. Hotter's Jew.
attraction which pleases the sense of elry Store, tf.
sight and hearing, while not offending
the innate modesty with which every University* students desiring to se-
true wotnan is possessed. In "A Hot cure positions to teach wilt find it to
Old Time" they get a singularly beau-~ their interest to write to James F.
tifut and new production, elaborate McCutlouigh, 639 Fine Arts Bitdg., Chi-
and beautifutl gowns, funny jokes, clev- cago. tf.
er specialties and delightful music.
The company is a very large and ex- Fresh Lowneys, Alegrettis, Spar.
pensive one, and includes many per. rnw's and Huyter's Chocoates at Gush'
formers of international reputation, ing's Pharmacy.

S 'I's: iidailt r uati',to t ilisot >i
bi' otitly IluLtoTllxas. Il
Four d iltra ~ ins tollaixSing'.4
SX lad1013tr',insl'to iltttle I Loc. +
TE BST OF EVERYTHINOG.
WRITEME
tD. Armstrong,T.P. A.,"
12:133 WSashltenat v.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
SPALDINGC'S OFFICIAL
I INTER-COLLEGIIATE
FOOT BALL4
Used by alt the Leading
Colteges
FootBallPanlots-I .ce'front:l.
lica:curledilhair 1a111 thighs
wtllase strips.
A. G. SPADING & neOn.
New York, Chicago. Denver.
. for 1190:3. edtdla: y 1Wa1ltrsCa p. .
Prlce 10 cents . 4
school
Daysa
are someteimes filledlswith suffeeing. The
steensl lsife'of tbe 10 ereo s tent
bringesits seies frl'stas Ponsd's
Extracet--the :o1llsla~i,l1ldoctor-oflers
qu~ick relie'f anld care for all eel: ills.
The studlent elt::I::haslbslllesoft'ond's
Eat al~ll~t hn so ellprovtid:edstoote-
brusises, burs~e; stops bleeding; re.
livsearaches, ltthacel, rlheo:sa.-
tises 01d11asltpains 00if by inagie.
Soothes and f reshoeris th~elace after
shainstlg. tor seer 1601years it loas
010010hfloe fanct::ily remiedy that
- :hs:ever disatpointed.
PrceSlet& Wtered 5Witch Hazsel,
it, walsoloutiso-some-
time:1s ofrered tin place
of tend's Extraet-has
n9 o m:edicinal value-is
r positively worithless.
*a .PodsExtract CUllEd
-therefore is priceless.
" oldoitsly in:set1led bottles
ACCEPT NO SUBJSTITUJTE.

CAPITAL,' ' -
SURPLUS AND FROFITS. -

$t00,000
$40,000

Forest Avenue Meat Market.
Poultry, Game and Fish in Season
530 Forest .Ave. Phone 407
A. J. WATSON
Wall Paler, Paints
and Oils
216 East Huron Street.

Cra Cein tny BAILEY ft EDMUNDS. Ub ATHENS PRESS
Salted Peanuts, Rot Buttered Skate Grinding Prirnters ' t
Popcorn, Crackerjack fresh
daily. 121i E. Liberty St. 2r Zd Floor.. Atke Th,eatre lds.
Cany Ktchen [5 Oh..[R' ' )1+++np+++.i++.+.l

Electric and Gas Fixtures and Construction.
Plumbing and Steam Work. All at Reasonable Rates and First-Class Order at
J. F. SCHVH'S, 207 £." Wash ingjtonx.
BUX[[R'S
PHYSICAL TRMNING IN WRITING,
the boh for'altithe pie alt the time, ins all vocatloeos; for bows improvement. 10
pp. illustrated, price ii. 'Tsted 23 years. Three moantos' correspooodesce course by
ILauthor $7. For a brief time I wilt send the bosh and course for 01. Will lecture on
pianlStlsrein fonra5'idwrtitng. tndts11)alo reotaiswed o -. eas ie o eas lth'a
an ph stalte cnugeforad writing.for010. o sod ol fo retai 1. CBu s ire t hemalthn
000 lesson,. 50 Addross Prof. 0. IttERt, Mud soa St. & Ogden Ave., Chicago, .l

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Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Steeping Cars on Night Trains I$
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4u Styles.

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