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THE UNIVERSITY QIE- MICHIGAN DAILY

_.. UIERIY 1 MCIGN[AL

NEW BOOKS
WORTH READING
Then C-rdina's snuff-hox, Thcsci'g loid
on the Wing of Occtsions, -In t 'ticnoif Iarii
The ilearts IHighwcay, Mr Mo tics
The Lane that had no Turing, Giber~it Pasiiici
l~ore Fables, Goicradc
Adice of Old Viacenenes, cMrtoiit-iicTlcccpaco
In the Palace of the iling, 'I'. Milit-ia scfo rii
Songa ofth the :or ning. Obicci Piillipctt
The Isle of Unrest, i ;ifl ci dm i M'cieoa
A Bicycle ef Cathay, t'ct.i U. Sticcldt
Eleanor, 1li . Drm tiittiilii'ii ard
The Expatriates, citico ThU

Burchffield's Fine Tailoring Trade...
Ouir sartorial skill is equal to the best in the state
of Michigan, EXCEPTING NONE.
ARTI5TICALLT . NECHANICALLT
We will be glad to proveit to you,
Truly ;Youirs,
S.' BURCHFIELD' 106 E. Huron

LAW DOOKI!
(AL1A6BAN & (0.

All the Above atdiscounty CUT GLASS. Dainty LAW BOOK Pt[BLlSllER AM)i IMI1OI1TII
She hai & Cor'C LIIN presents for any lady.
See them in window. 114 1ION ROEI ST.
320 S. STATE STREET. CHICAGO.
You carp qet det bete btgafr
'HOT LUNCH hni k
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OP N Al I NIGHlT.
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FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
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Ace. Amcbcilance cigitafcity RY exfV
cliacOe 302 Fifth Axis.
NORTH SIDE f
LAUNDRY
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JUST ARRIVED.

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GOLF
HATS

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g. SPECitI LTY.
C LASS C(4MES,!
COLLECB' FLAGS,
COLLEGE PINE.
CLASS and
CAPS.--
W.C. KERN & CO1
411 F, ittys.Stcnth Si.

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The beat fountain pencst A. Ga Spaulding & Bros.'
340 South State N l OKinea oratedt) VE
uTHE FINEST LINE-OF SCOTCH, AND.

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