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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IIs of LYL
Embossed
Statiolery
25c a Box
Everybody who sees
it says it is good
E. E. CALKINS,
[DRUfIG1ST
324 South State Street

A LARM C LOC K HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
Goti thems ai f 35 cents for each passenger to and
Cha an' Jewery from all trains between the hours of
Chpm ns ew ly Storc 6 a. m. and to p. in., and from 10 p. m.
286 SOUTH MlAIN ST. I to 6 a. in., 50 cents. For each trunk 2'5-
cents, and if taken above the second
In Ftse Wats-h Rtepairtng we lead. floor 5o cents. For each couple to and
Off icIal Watchi Inspector oft he Ann from parties the price will be $5.50,
Ariae Railroad.}
after t a. m. $2.oo per coaple.
BRANCH STORE AT Roaisoso & Co. A. B. WALKER.
204 South State Street W. H. STARK.

Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
Ilixson Lunch - Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Specia Crs tIietrtol st 5a .,adever
twhus ti18 p. tn,
Special Cars t.at-son 8s30 a. in., and eery
two houassuntil s:30p, ci.
iloureloeat servtice tetrait 6t15a. Ini., to
9:15 p. mi., then 11ti15.
Two-Your local srvce to Jacksn 7:15 a. is
In ut11:15p. III.
WArsITaNitOO, cHsRONSiT. WEST OF sAsN.
FINE LVNCHE:S
Nos careyte largest ine at TURKISg
ti)MESTIC & IMIic RilEi Cigarettes antJ
Itisesie & Islitfoeteit Cigars. A caruptete
lneaof all sciaittng articles. We are a ~~I-
tftr TInI & Oot., LIssKMAN & Cii. and3i
PPS nia tor5TtVlY'S& SCHAFFPEE'S
fisischaoclate BON-BONS.
R. Z. JOLLY. State St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Ts- .issms L..,s.eAsss.%.Arsbor
Gaing North 9:05 a. mi. asid 4:35 p. m
tGting Southit:20a. m. t1:35a.sm. andl% tp.nm
.t. J. KIRBY, W. T. WILLS,
isen't Pass. Ageat, Agent,
Talseda, Ohia Ann ArbiarMich
Sell phase 135-i1r Slams phane silt
.AIdRIGAN CENTL
"7Tw&Niagara Falls Real.
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Trough Trains East-8.8 a.m., 2.40m.
4.a5p. M. 9.30p.at. 11.05p. am.
Localsskast -a isa. sm., *11.10 a.as., *4.05 p. at
*sliidp.I.
ThrosughTrais sWest-_lls inm~ .58 a. asn.
4. isa. m., 23ip. cm. i10ttitp. cm.
Loals West-224 a. I., '8.28 a. mn., *1.4tp.
sit 'li p.i
(Exceopt Suniday.)
toncsetians as Chicagot tar St. Lauis,
Kcassas City and thte West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ans Arbor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
0f Ana Arbor, Mtah.
E. ).inneu. Pres. flareisan Sante, V
S. W. Clarhksn Cashier
Capital, $00.00. Sarplas and Praflts,.f50.,00
[AILY EDMUNDS
%portino G~oobo
121 Eiastbry Strt J
WAI KINGi LOO
Chinese Chiop-Suey Restaurant
Gierge Yes Bow & Jar Proprietors.
CtilittesSassy Dliires, Amtertsicntiuntesofc
all loci.Is Eecrytinigitrnt-clasnsitorlatles
aid geiistlemeni.
Chiine and Japantese Brie-n-brae.
ii sic iPhne 21t2. 3i4 S. Stats Sireet.
Rowe's LaundIry
Thosmas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Pifth sAve.
New liaise 457 RelliPhoas 45-L
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a Walk
and Give Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
i i i S.University As-s.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
("eniema comm55iittee o(funion udinsner
still inert ini Michtigasinacoonts todtay
at j p . Imtpo~rtanit. Clancy.
.11 footblill sertsofi950 enigiet-rs
teamii iis--tIat 'iWatermniaigyisiati4 iP. is
WXilliamiT . PoItllak, Massager.
WillssuglilseIBoaghitoni,'oW, has tess
securedta-.sldirectsor if tseXWosiein's
Atli asso.ciationss orchlestrai. The- or-
chsta ill rehearcse nt ttme iisMos.
slay- at ; o'clock, attestit isisopedlthat
all lie- girl musiiaits ini college will ap-
p r. heproimiters of the orchestra
say thlit ston- girls are iseetdedlansit n-
siitetysusi-with msi-dal ability Ito try
mit fm-rpliltes.
Sittinsig.for the clas-s pitutre andslfsor
te Nl iclitg.-itisiaii art'It t-be sailat
Riotsdtlls stuioi.'Ili-se sittisngs are
free to ill mie-smbers sof l t-eclass osi 907.
It is impsiltsiethctatt sittiings lie arransged
lice it onuce, .-iis IysourIituireshiotilid
lie takbs-iIefosre the hliisay vacatioit if
it -.iss o lapearini ithe Micheligainenssians.
Te 7lieligaiesiiit tanxsof $i.oo is
ut itiptyable- at Ransualls at t-e
time suof yssur sitting. J. R-arl O~gle, Jr.
A- bsasketbtall gtin(i- will bse played each
W Aesdsssy eveiisg at the C.oliseanm
Rinik. Te first gamie will 1w playesd
Wedniesday, IDecembsler ;5, ietweess the
yielsigasi iMeteoars tand the Ypsilansti
Nosrimtils. Etisme esalls-dI at 8 stclock.;
Reguilar rotller skatisigbeifosre ansI afteri
the ga.si Ad-mXiisissnioiicrists, skait
S ct-itis. 56-57
Michsigasn pins, fobs and spooiss. Hal-
lers Jewelry Store. Main street:.cod

1.NOTICEi JO
.41)!'1 111SllR.S.
Chantsges
ait printl
lVashinigt
o'clock
to isstue.

of ads murst be
tg office, 117 1;.
tont street, before
ott day Prcls/oiu

C. Is. WI.\STIL-ID,
BfusinessaManager.
The Sauvenir Callege Calendar for
1907 is stow on sate at Miss ILovell's,
332 Sosith State street, priee 75c. Natm-
tier limiited; bay early. Mail orders
prompiitly filled; postage prepaid.
50, 54, 56, fib. 62
SfUDENTS-$2 will buy a firs in-
sutraitee policy that may case yost several
hundred. Call iticup over either phone
sitd we will do the rest. W. H. Smith.
Retil Estate Insuratnce Co., Ann Arbor
Saviiigs Batik Block, Room 2o. rod
NOTICE.
Lost, for rent, etc., ads are taken only
at the office of the hasiness manager
dusrinig hosurs, and are cash in advance.
Rates are onr cent per word per inser-
tion ; no ad taken for less than twenty-
five cents. tf
LADIES' TAiLORING.
Latest styles fall and winter sitits and
cloaks made to order at once at reason-
able prices. We have the latest designas
its latest goodo. John. J. Schanz,
rod 605 E. William St.
Established 1858. The college jew-
elers. Haller's Jewcelry Store, Malt
street. rod

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The Stein-Bloch Famous
Clothing
ONLY AT
Lindenschmitt, Ap tel & CO.'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
done.
Always Look for High Grade Goods at Our Store.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

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w~%BRIGHTPON'
V' dlm are wnennactiou1lly on 4>(00>S0il leg -he mcii ppuslar garters foc
r ak mns awear.IThi.patesntedilat8cismlp bring ssmfor-the secret is in
icten-bindingtess ire iii i g hold. It's a flat as a shteet of paper and
holsathe snck a sisotshissithesis. Mitdelifurn silkeliasic webbing.
All imetal parts of teasvy nc h 1p1 iedbass.25 cents a pate, all dealers
or isy cmil repasi.sor tiseo lapreeler a cord garter, we offer
LOCK-GRI
BRIGHTON GARTERS
The neatsteatssiet dmst tessfoetil letordgarer mcatde. Tlur
rubber tiasslmottdholtdsith ie-like grip tit will ni r eslip.VWill
non injure theiehtsstisose. The smallessmoites t l-tsit gripee
usd ona-cosedgartterli. Finetdualtywebing.ticMetalipart;ieavy
sicke ilated isra s.25c atdI50ciaipairall Ideaeso tie ais p riiep~aid. t.:
PIONEER 8UvPEND O .,co7yinMschet St., P~llisdelphla.
Makestofd1toee r Suspees

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001GOIN OUT OF BUSINESS
$5 Knox Hats - - $3.50
$2.50 and $2 Dents and Fownes
Gloves - - $1.60
$7 Opera Hats - - $5.00
$6 Spalding Sweaters - $4.50
$5 Spalding Sweaters - $3.50
Varsity Collars lOc 3 for' - 25c
Freshmen Caps - - 35c
Suits Made to Order $17.50 and Up
Everything New and Up-to-Date. Quantity Limn-
ited. First Come, First Served.
GOOBSPEED & SON
TAILORS HATTERS HIABERDASHERS

(1 School For
C ranger s Dancing
JGround floor, Maynard St. One Block W. of State St. Stores

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors! Professors!I.
The beet is none too gotid for io.Youa cantafr a/ud to
waste your time and patience wtith else old-style fountin tarn.
Buy a Self-Filler, anthee/scsinloilnei practical and successful
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. Ituis
CONKLIU IN'SSelf. rI
IuUAILIII Filling rEN
"The pen with the Crescent .Filler-the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect."
Don't be deceived. Accept Inothinig bitt the genaine'
Conklin. ' All ether nell-fillers are_ in the expeerimental"
stags. The Conklin is perfect-bees oss the ciarkets"
for years. Used and recommcended by thoesands of
students and college professnes. Posseses all the super-
f01 advantages of the best fluntain pens supplemene f "
by the follawing distinct and desirable features
fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother.i
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,
ready to write.
Why take any chances? Order a CONKLIN
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-

about thin wonderful -pen. Mattufactered only by
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold Sn Ann Arbor by
GEO WMAIR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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