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January 10, 1901 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-10

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IYOU CARE
* More for equality; wear and fit, than exti
give you extra wear and comfort for3
that will interest you.... .. ..
We have taken all broken lots of
W bhunched them and made one lot-at pric.
Here is where you get shirts foi
material thrown in. See them in the
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reme style of patte
your money-we hr
f$1.00, $1.25 and<
a, while they last,
the cost of the rns
window .

ern, that will
ive something
$1.50 Shirts-
of 63c each.
aking with the
OODSPmELD'S
117 MAIN ST. S. S

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Michigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THlE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR TO
OHIJOAGO
BUF=FALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections ai Chicago ror St,
tools, Kansan City, St. Paul and the west.
Eonftornttion and through tickets call on
or wriie to I1. W. HAYES, Agent, Antn Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
'Croking Effert, Sunday, Masy 21, t898.
TTalas lease Ann Arbor by Central Stand-?
atd Tln,re.
SOU T11NORTH
*No. 6.- :25 A. a. No. 1.- 8:51l A. it1.
No .l~sA. i,. No. 5.-l2:30iP. a.
Na. 4.- 8:5 P . a. INO. .- 4:56 P. s.
*,Rnn betsween Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
w T. SWILLS, Agent.:
W H. BENNETT, G. P. A"
HcKING VLLEYBR.
The Railroad that takes -the
Business In and Out
of Michigan.
4 SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS j
4 DAILY BETWEEN 4
TOLEDO, COLUIIBUS
and ATHENS.
W. H. Fisker, L. W. Landmnan,
O.P. A. G. Trav. AsS.
Coiusu, Ohio. Dtetroit, icle.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Antn Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half oar, beginning at 7:15 a. m.
until 7:45 p. mu.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. to.,:9:15 p. in. and 11:15 p. m.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
ste.; Detroit, Ill Griswold at.
MONEY LOANED
onaWatebes, Diamnowds,Wheeln and other Per-
soaliPooperty. _Ottcen at residence, 11E.
Liberty street. All boniness confidential.
Hours. 8 ;.0,110 a. and ito 3:30 and 7to A
P. Mn. JOSEPH C. WATTS

Kathiarinie Mulkinis, who glays the
part of Ethel, Duchess of Carboiitale,
in "Ontime Quiet," has a face and 1ig-
sirs' itiat sire calculatedl to set the
Jolitinies wild. As it thebe gifts were
not sufficietit, she is also hieiress to a
large fortune. Mliss Mulkinis is a Cali-
forniaii. Her real name1 is a1 mystery,
aiii she adogpted a theatrical career for
love of the stage.
"J" tHOP' NDEPENDENIT NOTtCE.
All itidepetideiits cstitemaplatilig at-
icliug the junior hip tis yealr will
pleasse'omimunicate with Phli. H.
Buorsley, the independent repsresenita-
tise on il te bop esiiiliittee, at Clii S-
tisgyyes st. so
jIf yin arceiiot satisfied ivithi your
rioim a1111board or you awislithe ox-
gisoss weirt a little less, go down anid
talk -with? Ann Arbor lMusic Co. tf
Alarm Flohcks, at tIAL.LEWIS JEW.1
ELRY.
('LEE CLUBI NOTICE.
Thete awill tic arelis'rtr;::l of thnt (Ae
stil ivory iiighit lii wct'k a 7 itelock
in irsosoii 21. tC. J. D)OVEL.
Manlhattan aiid Wilson Egos. Shirts
for sale at Wadlionas, Ryan &Reule.
It's the same (5d story of a greait
big, crosvd at the regular hospital. The~
cistiuiati'd capacty of the hospital,
whiein it was erected, was 612 patients,
brit thers' were S7,- innthe tiuiliitigwhieii
butsiness closed yesterday. Of these
thirty have been taken in sinco the
quarantine was raised. There are a
large numbeir waiting outs ide for pat-
ients to be discharged to make room
tsr them.
THERE ARE OT TERS, BlUT NONE
BETTER
Rloyal Tigers, locl Tigerettes, .ac.
TooubKlow the Place. JIA\LLIEE'S.
Beat $3 tint made Is the Howard.
Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, solo agents.
Art Pictures for studetst' reams, at
Schal!,sr's Hookstore, 116 So. Main it.
MNanhattan and Wilson Bros.' shirts
far sale at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule.
That's the tiame-HALLER'S JEW-
ELRY.

lIn the report of tho State Teachers' a
association that met at Tampa, F'l:, i
recently tho Tampa Herald says: Alarm Cl ck S
t'rof, Thomas C. Truebilood, iiistrue-
tsr iin oratory iin the University of U. of M. Pins 50c to $1.00. Flnos.
Mliciiati, waisisresont, and by request Watch Repaisisig a Specialty,,
delivered an addross on the "Educa- ~ ess~
tioiial Value of the Study of Publuic I .~lrY~~,JWLte
Spe'aking." Professor Trueblood is a206e Main Sontha.
most abile and accomplished geiitle- . D 50
iman, and teaches his subject as much CAIG WK $0
tiy example 110 ty precept.Fe took3 tsie ei hnl
gra lauei icsigtesb il ,p mjct, as "tile South isItie liotne of nia hot waler pan. abaolutely the-,
oratoriy." Thfoestio i ls discussed heat in towna for flee price.
fromi thie three poiiils of viewthe Wem Arod Jwl .
physical, moental, antimgnal. The ye- ,Arod Je lr
'eil orgalns andi organis of respiratioin
ms tie trained for a looper delivery, TO THE.,
the mntal powers for:<igsiapetrgras
of the questions to tie iisctussetditid JU NlIOR~b
tse iiisral powers by alssersstudy IJI. h t"
if human inattire so as to (c111 closer
toi the hiearts of men. He asserts that Have timQiicihest Service anid
lt'e proper development sit character hest carriages. New ru~bber ired
is list' iasis of oratory. coaclies. Isistsi noiitas ntile
city. lal t. agg res
\Vsiltiains.PRyans & Rthet'air'sole liiinatlaglg ore,
.i,p,for Ypsilanti undserawear. promiaptlyvilt ellszic' ltoo.
TeOld Reliale is IH tIIIIIS Holmnes Livery
JEWELRY. 'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY S.
Bicycle Playing Cairds aiiid Poker
Clips at Schialler's Bookstore, -Aliiii st.--
N. E. Steriiberg, '00 L, has beensi ll-
Iliiliel clerk to tilt state commisosioner t
of lands it s salary of $lOO0. 5, " ,

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is

Al1lisissisigs ior liii stslicalis~n
insi 1w'ihandsedtiniiat ons.
S. W. L ADD. Mas. Ed.
trof. Charles It. Heridersois . Is.,
-ofs tihi'University of Chicago, speaks
at Ne'wvberry Hail next Saturday even-
im on 51 "Social Settlemeiit Work.' This
will lie the first lecture oii thie Social
,_4lleiciloellres of lectures.
Walerman or Laughlin Fountain
Pens, $1. each., at Schaller's Boastore.
If you s00eliii'work of she Taolo
Laundry Cs. you will tie canvinced
thaltyou-wantnsoloher. Agency 121 S.
Mlain.
H..IH. Griffin, '01 1L, will isot: returni to
coslege' becausoc lie liao sieenppoiintedl
eoniuittee clerc for the :Michigans
'Ilotise' sf lilos'ntatives.
Alarm ('locks, at HIALLERI'S JEW-
'Il1 .R.Y.x

AN 1.55 OPENERi.
It will spell,01 yess s o 11tile candly situ-
ato fyuhaerNY istdRn'.Drop.
is there today. 8t-swOeofe 1our choeolatrs,
'Allegrettostyle'"C timakei'-sd sell at 10
'eats. Ecary vscriely #' y co yssl only the
heat youi'llfinsd at IIANOSiTROPa', 100V
Wbashinlgton, 316 co St5ate. 1P. S.The oniy
frtusplc ienOPa ousters sere
inany yle
Pickwick Billiard Parrors;,
Reghationliz1e PTbles
Msonasrch Cushio.
Everything New aid
Strictly Up-to-Date.
707 N. University Ave. Ann Arborc

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HAVE YOU SEWN THE...
NE w "CUSTOM" SHOE
MADE BY PURITAN SHOE CO.
jSEE U WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION HEEL. 1II South Main Street F
. o t F arb Pe steaming and N sI Eblmrad University 613 East William atreet
masg pca-iEDC IIfL ,Funeralt Directs, 'inst ens-bait black wait 1
Shopt and Bath tydone by latest if? law bads.An F e
t"anthds. I(Berlin 2 2 SC Fourth Aye Bt0011 hne S o fla esatly dow?.1
Room8,22 STATE. ., Pares Mes k i *vuuunShop E.L ambert.f Photos

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