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November 15, 1906 - Image 4

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"I HE MICHIIGANEDAIL.Y

IIOAG'S
ICr Tntm I .n I ,hi n on
FOR 10 CENTS
A' l Pict rcs Pip
LcathcrwtPnacnats
anld
Stathoncry
tliqtvl 'a n- it'I ( I t oIt a
25CtAs
for. A I r ~ "t1 t
of, co t. i i ' I '

ALARM CL OCIK4HACK AM) CARR1IAGE

H114 F

Chapman's Jcwclry Stare
lob SOtiIi MAIN 'l.
BkANCHI 510CC AT
2041ISouth State Street j

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~i ttttil71 hatrig pe
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Occidental totell
Hlixson Lunch Yps'-ilanltit
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY !
a a. 'iiania'. a a ( I
' tIa' , I a t'. Si' a .t i I A ' l i - t ti I
R. E1. JOLL Y. St,*taa St. I
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND I) S 111MiP IJAMiS.
ttltati itl^ '.': a II t l.t .
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it Ii' a ss. ' i' ' L,'tit
Chicago Butffalo Bostonl New York
Locaalsglas ai.t . 10 a . i I' tl
I h ra~ ra it n s ' t 1 I l . <1 l .
! loa1 a : a i; 0.a't l a
LocalsWet '1 Wa tl''a' 4 P
tt '6.10 .1 a
ii t ,t'a t1lt' t ' t t It
Wv. W rCSt, Aget, Aoaa Arbor
The New Barber Shop
JOHN ilTRJ M00lSKt, Prop~riettor
717 North Unive'rsty lAvetnue
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Artitar, Mit,
ta iI , $100aa.000'. 1 I tt at 'r,,I 0 0
j AtLEY & EDMUNDS
121 IEat Ltabr0y Streeat.

11 oj i ' I t ill .li ~i d cd \ I .lt f h e -h cs
'it iit'tt It ililtiPIt". i I {'-it it I 'tilIti! 1 t Sll ttt
I I i il", i ttttarit y Ne+ wa l t r jitr, t~') o ltll o . Weh v d e
'S I if), t atitc ig fite ilte nFi tl!n t t ~ cc~clilof"2gad$60 s os
tt', i l w c g r atlub lly atii 7 F t '.11 t'a t

The Stein-Bloch Famous'
Clothing
ONLY AT
Lindenschmitt, Aptel & Con.'s
Our Business Sacks ready for immed-
iate service and tailored with the
skill of Stein-Bloch's best workmen.
We have searched the market high
and low, and these are the best that
money can buy. High grade Woolen
Fabrics, skillfully and h on es tl y
wrought, with a fit and style that
sometimes makes us wonder how it's
(lone.
Alwsays Lomok for High Grade Goaods at Our Store.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s
The Ann Arbor Bible Chairs
'Telephone 937 444 South State Street
Special Lectiures for Stidentts.
I . Fri1ay Nov.1,at.I ii4: tot. t it. _I istory tof the Eatglisli Bile~'
Anglt-S axota Bibles. Mr. Gray.
z. SatitartittyNov.1 7', I it i Il '-T'ilie Cotde of tiatiturati : on' the
O lentLIaw o' tde inathIle Wata Id. A lectutre
for lla' sitraients'yMar. Coler. Oter sttt
tlenta art' ieni tiso
SftinavIit , Na'. t 1iii2 inltnltt Alrali itti, by Mr. Coler.
4. Oni Sounday', Nolv. 1 II at 4 Ili.II.lAir. Cletr will give the first of a
arir ieofIrcti r'. ta hr gavent each Stttatv (In
Slit ' Raligiouls 1 tiation oftite child. There
trill be w) la tua e ititt ithis series ott Iect. 2."
C. u 1ItlIa N .iiy,at -71(, Mr. Coles is i I bein a sert's of Studai es
ii (Xati aitsandit Romanos, to bte givetn each
Mttt ,atl i 7:ii 0 p.it Il.,i' excepting Dec. 3
Dithetr attrt lti ir s i'.".11'ti~a a ' n iatig tat the st.aaly of Galatianas
anda Rtt io tt rheetwolelitatit's t~t li-rflre bae saidto he tte cause
oftalhle hrottati Rrforatiittat Coleit(,gea'lls the Book of Roatios
itie trofotitadest boiok ini the' worlid..Stlents will fiand thtere two great
rpistle Inboathl inteirrrstin ga and ti'ofiale as ptart of a libieral education.

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Jilniors!'
Seniors! Professors!
Te teatas t eari at o() aI io a ".Yo a n' t ~tafford.to
Ivst In 0 ii tin ian Ipat 'i ttnce t iht I aiid-s tyl:futintipenl
litit a "nitf-Iileri n t ei s ot al/vi ta ptact ial I a td aiesftil
a f-It I itt It F ntit ti Ien.1 It i
CONKLIN'S Self Dl
FillingPE
1 11 d-ilnapns sits e opropialaper fea.
N( tky ftnIgnrsAcepnothn iter gtii~
Nt c~~ ittoAll)otae pr t.-ilr r i h xeie
AIe l ijt onylinki,_ arftuch io th m rtot Y/ ll
1ti kc cr esce t le and p O1tt et o ''1 i ha11s ftl,
~t ;rilea tta t f telat'et' litle rs sCONKLINtne
IThe Conk<,;lin i Pctsn en Co. Tledo, 0. re
S n finn. robotheby
NojitstGea.NA gingS
Nafigt o k ST RES.

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SNII) NT ''IFE ltiiWNIT
G7 \'l) NOTZEECOLLAR
PA ASROYAL 1 Hlockling Valley Ry.I
PA AS209 E7. Liberty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE C(_'a\it'N U Ll.S lix (iE1,1,EN T

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Chinese Chop-Suet/ Restaurant
F. J. SCH« UH
SANITARY PLUMIiNti
ana Electric Students,' Suppiies
A SPECIALTY
F SC' HUH, 207 E. Washinogaon Sn.

NOTICE=-=FRATE RNITI ES
Inter=Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707'N. University Ave.

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V~isitrs andiiStrantgetrs it)
Anta ,0el ate n'otrditall
iavitedr.Ito viewn tiahetti'
lectiata, olfbeautifutl andt
artitictthnietdispliayeti
11 o tf NI. Banniers.
Scrap Basket'.
Rare Aatlique~s
Chidce I"Ilitp Sat:iates
Itdiati Itags atnd Hagings~i
JiapaansePartsols
aitid Ltertis
AlllKintds of tatncy
IDecoratiotns.

You wti find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Fartor Cars on Day Trains
Steeping Cans en Night Trains
Uniton Depots in Tole do and Co-
tlunoba
$1 iE. CLARK, 32.
Campus Mortins
0 rol, Mid'.

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AUW AYS AHEAD IN
STVYE

MILWARD, THE TAIL1OR

TI 8ST OF EVERY
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