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nh' iiv'INANDAILY
HACKt AM) (-AI{1IAGE HIRE

HOAG'S
Cor. Main and Ashlington
FOR 10 CENTS
We wsili l v \i
Pictures, Pipes
Leather Oinamcnts
and
Stationery
25CtS
for As for ";;tz Ji ,
A. fewi leit and , i an ) v
of cost.
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ALARM CL OCIKS
Chapman's Jcwclry Storc

BRNt lOt l204 outh State Street
tiNlViFksITY NOTCElS. vi

The Stei'n-Bloch Famous
Clothing
ONLY vAT
Lindenschmitt, Aptel & Co.'s
Our B~usiness 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 o nes tl y
wrought, with a fit and style that
sometinmes makes u!S wonder how it's
done.
Always Look for Nigh (Orade Gloods at our Store.
Liid enschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

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Occidental Hotel!
We Cater to lianqart", lytc.
H"'ixson Lunch= Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILEW A Y
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FINxE 1LUNrCHES
Niv 'arry 0 i r, r I lnv r I ' II LKii( II
liviii,>r i' l i 1 ' 1,11w: i A iv (
P f- ,a ( , '\ 'y:,4 ( htAlI I L -
R. E.JOLLY. Staet..
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIIP LINES.
Tce..2st Ltna.,,Arrrt.Arbor E
(;()tg North :05. t.a nd 4i:3i i p .
im.iiiSouth 7: .0 a.ill ::)tC .a nd 7:3:vpin
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ito' Pass. Agenta.Agenti
It Iphiine Iact-I r hoeII o 9
AtICHI(5AN CENTgAL,
"TeNiagara 'alls Routo
Chicago Bftfalo 1oston New York
FtrouaghTraeinast a iva. - 'Aoin.
4.:)'p. iv .301 p. a. 1.' .In
rocle sth .0. t n. I.W .nt,* t .
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Tfe New Barber Shop
JOHN IROJANOWSKI, Proprietor
717 North University Avenute
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or Ann Arbor,Silh.
RAILEY &EDMUNDS
21 Eas.t Liberty Street.
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
(eonel e Botwn& Joe t1ropeietiiei
i nt'-lv l~i I a ,il . 1(((Il ~'.-vy.
F. J. SCHUH
SANITARY PLUMBOINGS
and Eilectric Students' Supplieo
A SPECIALTY
F SCI"ILH, 207 E. Washington St.

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The Ann Arbor Bible Chairs
Telephotne 9,37 44t Soatht State Street

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ZI. Fia' aiNi'' at4l 4 ii 1.I iii . i lilvOf tile Ell ih iie'
I i '~ iiii'ile Bilk- of ithy Rt-fivilatioil. Mri. fGray
1,1 f i , 5it'tii'ii'NovA i iat cia . T y 'Oi l e soon aiia'ioivs an tl~ltilc
ii V ii i ,ii ewti \i(a't . lv i ii ectuie 'i. law Studni tts
by Mv I i iIii 'SN ('i thr situieni'its are invited
b. *7n21tsv, No . 2iS, at 12 ul i) -':Ilae:'TwoiJacob~sby Mr. Coictea
Rdl{"i I Chld r. Coder.
Photographer Ili Siiia i 1i 'ii(iliiia 'i.Ct'ifGItai
tind Romiii ns. Theise twois ii v lii aiiav. tliT i if in be saito ibe tte cause
Mo arberCShopof IthevIProtestntIReforii at iioi. ('li iiii'cills the Book if Roitatts
lid J15 ~ v p ite iiprofoindest boounk ni tli(iii'irlil SI liii "i lwiltlfiuut te stititv of
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705 Notrthtt titiersityAsvenuae

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LAW

BOOKS

'We Return
35ttt Year in T eScn e etr 35th Year in
Ann Arbor EryArn Arbor
Callagharv (,-Com panxy
CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR BRANCH. Ste*-te St..,"Pro. a scs'r tdtesig

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CLPEO H W tOF WANES

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors! Professors!
TIhe best i iisvoe tiol ood fo i ii '5You cin'talfford to
iiastv Yur iiiiidiv iii ewih he ldstlefiiitiin hen.
Buai apelfl ler, nduhf i sol m rc iol a ucessful
Self-I: iiili1 11o(ntainiPnI is
CONKLIN S elff
N FIinngEm
"The peiivivwiitte 0'c en il '--h evc hat tnade
self-hfiing; ieis posilpacia 1n p fc
D~on'tie decivd. (Accp ntin utt/7euie
taiklin. "ill othrille a r intw ep im ta
sae. Thie Conkin is efc-enintemre
for year.e d andI ecomme dd ytouad ofrt
staidents ad alle ie poesr.PseI t l h rp
for advanitae if tieliestfutinp a uplmne
by~ the folaowi isi c t ail dsrbl etre f!
Ftlls and cleans itself. No dropper.
No tnky fingers. No bother./
No joints to leak. No clogging.
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,redtowi.
Why take aniy chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. (aran-
teed saifactory. Boak Frie upon iiue viela iv
ahaiui thisaaaonderfalien. Miiafau rediva l ii bly' ,K'
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold in Ann Arbor by;
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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NOTICP===F RATL RNITI E5
Inter=Fraternity Bowling League notw being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. IROTTENSTHIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

PESTOF ':;(
IN TAILQUIN

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