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November 14, 1900 - Image 4

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THE UNI'VERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

CTALES OF TaiE
IEX=TANKS
A Book of Hard Luck
Stories
By CL&RENCE Lotns ()uLLEN
Re-published fromi the Siunday
edition of the New York Stin
'Any mAn witi can appreciate a
a good thing and fails to read this
book, will be camping out-that's all"
FOR SALE BY

Excursion Rates

INTO
GOOD CLOTHES

*WE CAN SHOW YOU more than 1000 of the mest inviting styles for Fall
and Winter Suitings that were ever brought together.
TO ALL WHO BELEIVE
that stritly made-to-measure garments ought to be bought below the prices
ordiinartily harg-e we frankly say, "HERS YOU ARE."
GOO0DRICH & DUKE,
Anent for the heet Tailors on Earth. Front rooensorer First Nationsl Bank
flTCUT GLASS. Dainty
I~l] Ii11J~ presents for ans lady.

Sheean &Co. ~~ii iJ See them in window.
320 S. STATE STREET. - -,.
You can get a I lVcuts$hlert the l1b'otogaphet .
HOT LUNCH _
AT Tue I<'etiiig ClU,,(zbbwilto or Thorsc' e iiih r ojen i at he ttIdl illeogyes
'tTS tlay osvenitig at 7 'oc k'ilte Tropiiy to id isfortheiiipt , ccof lir ing ea lax
T U T T L ERoitm. Alt l persons tlliln0 nof joiing tor tb11ltst
'IL' ai38 rcty ft~rT : ~Gl~gb vin andwatch ad eelyreaiig atbe
are 1e he bld oil e voy.kv eek. estahbloshed since 1858.
13 BICXY CLE Siiideis,' lead qoai-tear' r '_ illiards o hnliiJosephi Fielder, W)1).,, ofMi-
at Moseoy's. -oral IPol, Wis., -waseeetec.to10the.e
BA____AI____NS___ oficerof ditltt ii oyegfor that llie-
13 AI("-11I '~~" We cc-li to call Ilae attentirln of Stit- tierc.
0;,4Orient $34 dentl t 'orare stocloaf flat 'lop)and
$411IS"toiling 29 toll lots te--k's. The prices sell ihoem. A zasistcelsvetor your iisic, is
$35 Fowler 24 MA~kIN ttAERt, asourer of conveneienee; ililttt,ao-
Ant- m0yo-rstinsete. FturiureO, Draperies tand C(ets.e esoit'. The AnntiArbor MuichGo.e
_ lia a tie stock aidprice isow. j
MI. STAERLEIR'S CYCL[E EPORIIIM, If you wish to keep accurate-ftime at---
119 W. WASHIINGITON ST. a foothbtll gtae got "a slop atchi at Ie tsieritis:line wtor'k, ptromtsoeliv c
_____ tAtLLER'S Jewelry Storoe ery;dlo by the Toledo Ljaundry Cor.
GRANUER'S ADVANCED CLASS ________ Carl I,. 1W"agner, ag eit, :121 'S. Maiii.
~ ~TT1I U ili iii Clirk, ftautaalatt' of tihe- Carrie *-
['iuntee osf t'ittdaaurg, t'tt. Oty J* S - lit IT ."(lrant of 1laiisfrrlua.ii, '82,
g wtile'nec ar~if tS ple111yhfietl rchedirat wi tytati hGed lst dAchlof pro-
an re he d a o tdily a-t antcae fof bateya jotl~ y cf600,s' te1largstl t
coupie o'loesferigfroitm s pudar ils- great camplaigni foe' the regaullicaits.
- --eases." Neha hundreds of ,i slim-
WIllis such as fis. Seborine is fot'sle Bllitl$31 ittadioe isIthe Howar-ti
itt Uttkilts' drug store, tc Vatdltiio, Ryian & Reuile, solo agents.
"Ta'e lass in "Sithe Physic al ;Jkais o f Aitrers for studenas' rooms, at
tIndustrial lDecv-droaent" sell mets'tfor tt'lttir's Bookestore, 11.6 So. Alein st.
pasizes todaty atad Friav at -11' otoek
C. iE. I$ARTlIEt-L, Agent, ini Itont 1i, 'l'tusiau 11al complete line "Adler fall suits and
326 S. State St. Ass Arbor, Rish, __ove__reos at Wadhams, Ryan & Roule,
If youl wanit your'wafili repsairedal-
WHYUO'TYOU Iif ,iFIiS will do it right. A OsctrollO 11s aim ~t litdispeusale
1W________Y to a muuic stutdent. Thte Ann Arbo'
Get Yoaui' MeaIcls and b n sta t't esew Do m 'Ctc ini h is the 'ittusic do. hav ethe fines t slock itt the
city,
P mw pro)01eritatter for laundry cvork. lietI_______
0OqTL4pu C4j try13Marll SWagncr, l1t18S failist. *Nebraska has never ra isedno lirge.
OPEN ALL NIGHIT. a: crop of Itambs ae this year. Texas
HUiRON ST., Two dears wast. 5l Cask Houser Bcltte tPflayin, Cards aind Poker has its largest crop for eight ye as
___________________________ chiaps itt Schalleur's Bookstore, Main nt Awomoan who sells newspapers at
one eid of tlhe Brooklyn bridge htas
I' MAHTIN .. 'The place to tally'yotur'je'welr'y 1s matela. $45,(W investtnt inl tenant'
FU E AL1,LLER'S, propserty.

WE LEAVE
NEXT THURSDAY
- NOV, 15
Our Entire stock Goes
(MAGNA6AN- & (0.
(1 14 Monroe St., Chicago)
ANN ARBOR BRANCH
OPPOSITE LAW' BUILDING, 340 S. STATE
Cur.Man anf Heron Streets.
Capitli, Hos,0N Serplis, $35,0e0.Tennesaee
general banking bnsinese,
R, EnxrrF, Pros. C. CEasGes~, Vito-Pree
FED.oHBBEMEs, Cashier,
FIRST NATIONAL BA N K Ora 0g18
Capital, 8100,000 Surlusneand Potas, 30,000
't'ransactes agenoel banking bhesser,,Foreign
exckange hought end setl,.h'urnish letters at
credit,
B. D. KINNEk, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vito-Pros,
S. '.tCL ARRON Caehier
The fRnn Ilior Savings Banlk
Capitat Sttck. S,00.Surplus, $1Si 0U
noeorces.,500t,0.
Organizeduethe GenealBaning Laws
of thto Stato. tcivoes deoeits, logs end sels
exchange on tha-principal cities of the United
Stoles, Draftsocaoted upon opter i'eloataies,
Safely deposit btas trent
iloricons: Chrisian Mark, Pres.:'W. D.Harri-
nan, Vice-Pree.; thae, E. lliseoeh, Cashier; 31.
J. Pritz, As sianutCashier
W. . BOT1, PES.c8TflTh
W' ANOD taoieetloprs
tY~sie IstuIp
BANK
Transacts a geiliefal
lNankiing Busineso,

DIR ECTORI 8 11~, i~~oo#,s ~j,,iooo'oa 0;
malmng pcat.N.29S v.AbIuac nght and day. Rs ene .10 Fft Ae.wzat}nriscoming1
-- Arnd with it comesthoughts of ,
. ['e..Winter Garments
NORTH SIDE WAGNER &.CO. Importing Tailors, 'A
LAUNDRY Can please yotu in the many
'1505 HOiVEPrup.little things that go to make up
taioin 1 21 anl 123 S,'Main Street -
_________________- ____________________________ i aS PA U LD I N G' S
r OGO T CASo 100,JUT THlE T IIIQ FOR~ TAINItQ LECTU RES FOOTBALL SUPPL I ES
Reptig ofAre universally used wher ver the game it
Ren1~ 5 (f111D' lC I pusa-ed. the trade inark bring tke fisarantee.
SCAPE atld GOWNaS,)IJI1B,1GUL ThseSpauldsng Official hnter-collegiate Foot
II SPECIEiLTYMY Is unedl by all the leading rolleges and
CASC(IN-ESEPOARY atlicisclutsof the Coulntry, Price,$4.00.
CLEaSSLGS Send fr Catniogme of aul Athisilo Sports,
SCOLLEGE FLINSB N E Spaldiser's Official lsust Bali Outdo, with the
COLLEGE Pit-nSwEDuls i'for ISO, and roord, rrviewsuand
EL"A$1IaBIND instruction,Incleuding pictureof 1600 payers.
COL[. hice, t0Oe-euse,
HAL and Opens like a book,. %NFtOW'S SPRtIG-GRItP DUMBHBELLS
CATS.,nd Inve sted hy Sandoiw. Have iio equal asean
CAP B eats she old tring coorreerciserrand developer. Every muscle heis--
. c!KERN & cog tGectut epper R lb or 6c ied
4I┬░'. ify=evnt. t.The beet fountain pen 51 A. G. SPAULDING & BROS.
Cf AGO IL. FItneorporated)
Ott~lIL F. S+CHL.EEDE, - - . - . 340 South State NEw FORK C ┬░idICAaO DENVER

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