100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 21, 1906 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1906-12-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

H MI HIGAR fbAtt0Y__

..... ---- -- --- .. . . ......

soilvelir Postals
le Each
An Entirely New Series ust
Received at liag's.
Fifteen Beautiful Views of Ann
Arbor and the University
Birds Eye View of Campus
Uiversty Hail
Law Building
Library
Gymnasiunms
M'oedial Buildings
University Hlopita
Mmuse i
New Engineering Building
The lPretty Corner
Thue Squirrel
NewvHilgh Sco ol
St. Thomas '11holic(Cliirch
Views'(f Main Stre
They are All Right and Only
lc Each a
H OAG'S
Cor. Main an Washngon
Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Banquet Etc.
Hixson Lunch= Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
special GrsWItt (itoin.,oandievery
two houros tillS)). In
SIt(Oil Crs to.,il'ion t :30O. mo.., nd evetr
two hours u ti 30pto.1
9:151). the 1:5
to111 p.ti m.
WAIsTING O, HtRiON 50. W SO oMAIt.
FINE LUNCHES
tO~t carry thelargstt iof iPlt]tit.t
jpotoete& I IttitliCigars. A compleitet
ttttotaslo riuig ati'it. We arSe iigt,oa
ttar DsITt (to.& 0LI NA& t0. ai i3
PIPSasoforSAYS& SCHtAPEIttS
fine chcoa. tt INBtONS.
R. E. JOLLY. Stt St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Te-.lis.Ls.'e.Aear Arbr
Going North 0:I5 a.i. and 4a:35 p.
GotingSouth 7:20ia tn.,I 35a.in. atd T33p. t
.. J. KIRBY, W. T WILLS,
Onl Pas. Agntt Agent,
Toedo ,Ohio Astn Aror Mihi
Bleu phone 13-l tHote 0phoeit698S
. ICHJ6AN CNTnA
"The Niagara Fals eal "
Chicao Buffalo Boston New York
Trugb Trains lEast -8.1a.tm., 2.0IIt.
,alsBt ..--MY, a.., to.10 lia. In., -4.)ip. ItI
T rogh Trainsi Wt-2.07 .tol7.5it. t.,
S ot t.., 2.3 p. I 0.r o p. i.
Locls Ws2214 a ..'I) atam., *'ti p.
-(Except stinolt .)
(osner ttttat Chicgo o StLouis
i'.isas'ity aidth'iWest.
W. W. CAS, Agent, An Arbor
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
0f An Arbor Slo.
E: t). cinne Prs. tHarris(onoSole, V
S. W. Clarson, Cashier
C'apitai,100i,0.0. Srplis and Proits. 100I,00
BAILY &EMUNDS
j 6portfn43 (Boos
12 atLiberty Stre..J
WA KNiLOt)
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
Gerorge Ye low & Jo Proprietor.
C) ulotot lacyDishs. A ntaosLotnthe o
Ctitseatd .tpoto'o i3t''-a-ra'e.'
Hole lione 212. :i S. Stte steet.

Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Filth Avt.
Nws Plotte 457 tiellPhoto457-IL
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Ftuntain Pens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a Walk
and Clive Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
11i ii5. Univesity Ate.

P Af4VT ROASTED
DAILY
We htiy otir Peanmts its carltiadtl S11Of 2 x,()0
Pountd,;.eatcht.direct fromi Virgt (til. . 'h lave mir lroastviti g
l~lafli tnd give the 1hOST aod BEST fot the Metney.
One Pound Packages, 10 cents.
Blanched Salted Peanuts, 1.5c per lb.; 2 lbs for 25lc.
Hickory Nuts 10c per Quart. 3 Quarts for 25c.
D EAN ft. CO., Ltd.. 214 S. Main St.

1
t
l
I

A SPECIAL, SHIPMENT OF
Ho]liday Neck wear
W~ill be opened up for you Tiuestday.-.S re ow effects
atnd patternis in the latest shapes. A spincial ohoowing of
Blacks, Whiite., Graslattd evenuing ohade s is a distinc-
tive featttre. Pries forn 25C to $1.00.
Suit CaseS-ever- nian ti saitone. We oltow a
sledeid litie at all ptrices, from $1.00 to $10.00.
Umbrellas. All styles of hanidles. Of course,
"I11t' wants one. Prices ratige fromt $1.00 to $5.00.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Souath Malm St.

1) I)S F'112 NoA' tR
("''l7 T7(till II t 1 a1111 lilt Ilnt1ll 11 I:
111 II tI 1 " .111tltttltl . t' l i
<1It l t111 i t aIl tt lldentt' in t h ttt it
sh ( 1 1)1re t() ttttrtit l'IT )c(r
knoN11 reputation 1 ) f t till'- N titt' ;
(1111 (cItitl i i 111 t 'I I . 1of1 )).1
It llt, _ tll . . NI It lrkIt 1 t el i)
'IT , tat tht ltite= t'll II )f pai cit.
tilllttttttti Itt tan y ( t r 111111)a
1i 11C], 1.1 111111 ' itt'e, t p v icll I It ilil
,4,illcr1 .1 . '1111les1than 727 tttien tt
t '1(dithe i i 111 i lt ldclartn it tOf
II I , I t tca ii 1 h1 ere .11To) trllsft
tis I()Ict t oil)t tt i ther111 III Iti ItOi
I lt t) tOch0(1to inglI intttitt itt i)-
It . I bu tlig ,tti e il. do t r
' hIll 111111 ; I t all~t tttttc. tt' lt
Tlccs V: Itt 'Il," V of i ch
11_;111' (ltai c t 1o1e112i X)1b11 s
It'lit ' 11101fill () I 1121' li t ll' n a
ItiinII'1 1111an 11lmos t l s Iwally pintstt
'1t-1t 1mcd\ t ( 1)1 lt irthee111 1111111 I
()ntsld,. 1 hce 0t 111111go to prop c ta
111h 111 a ili ',ti ofth''e ' teah , a d IIct) .
,I 1 1111 is 1, t ed is' what1 suppl1es1 th
1s0111'o111s111 )AktOhe 00 1111)allession 1thcv
11101,icsi$tll 211'),til'01til't, 1111
010111 1lde Iv ain "l (15-7

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
ii1' It tGill ])( ;I 1.1i 1 ' III i t t111 c1 eit
{>i 1i 3 tttii i the1,1 tttti Arb11r111Itt
I.0 ' it{. 1t t e Ittiant ti 111
11t 1 1 tti ' the 1'01111111 pot
,'t 'c I It t al'r<> tl' 11,tti' ll "111
( 1; t11 II'.. ti . \\t't~citoltIy,
1 I 1111 :y 111 11 i111 cItnllel l al t e11
ti 1 11 111 . ), 1 7.71
C1011 -,11 11 I of102Chritas1)nofelte
il Itala,,1 'ttttt to1, aecadit n-b
0tt12 tva,i,'Zo) latt Li1.110y7St, if
Saislfac tory tiiloring at satisfactory
prce. 1utler & O'Connor, 6E9gIE. Will-
ia t 111'e 111 itN tit'
I llia I ae I i I l i t Ithe Avenue a
raw11epi It It BrIakisttlatla21cart31
721.111. It 2 It 011111 It I 12 1 :30t~~
Banners otf 1111 kintds madleto ortder
t ,is Mtov1. 0111, 332 S. State St. rod
I111 tw blck fromi't . 11 lt the itnils I l-II
(.ot youlr ttlecton tikets, dance pro'-
0z'aa, 01tc. at1itt ANN AnnORPoRES,
117 hE. WaIshtingtn street. printers of
Te Michiganti aly, Iltlander, Alum-
nus 1Tehni, 1UnIiversity News-Letter,
S. C'. A I latitbook, Yost's Great Book
onI Fotbatill, High School Omerga, etc.
We o mtanre Irininmg for the student
itd ithalln all oilier shops combined
Soo it ouriItitown buidinhg, Maynard
tret, oppsi)tel~ Granger's Academy and
111s1 tttult of School of Music. tf
Ilot'hr ti otinig miore enjoy-
able1tha a 1gameIf billiards.
Youlneed slve111crelion;wlhs
nttis' ie try to please and
litcr 17very1accom oation.
HIusion Broo.
312 S. State Sm.

HNRY (Q CO.
TAIL RS rHigh Class
FURNISHERS 1'dl Merchandise
HATTERS ToIU Popular Prices
Diretly North of Law Btuidrx
709-7I1 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

,.
.
t "
'
(
''
I
I
i
'

7i

NOTICE===FRATERN ITI ES
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN

for full information.

707 N. University Ave.

..___1

__J4
Here are thie Reasonsy
ff'y Thle Fox7j pewvrz'zer is a Better
Ty3pewriter T/ian Alny Ot/her raj3/ewriter
a It HasPerfectVisible Writng.The eitrertng line itondirtilinesof
evisoof heoperaoand all theomatter wriuttoeanas o-detnsotsot of
sigtlunder a.ny part ofthe machine.
It Hlas an Atnemblingd Surface for the Type Bar;' of 1lbS'2'lInhcs. (Otmb
vitible typetoriters 4J-2).Thisadmiibtsoeueto tlypebar r s of at nh wide-
tinadseIolb/e bar-givesthie Faax'Vihiblhedurablitty aad permanence oat
aignmenn oh the "blind'' machines,ahithertimapossiletbin.ga intconstuto
oftviihe typswitr.
S It HIno tetntteale Carreiades. Thistocans ifyas awn'a Foxtbat
-" you donohavetobuy anew typewreiteweayu ned a/lone- csrre
for your nmachine, Sinz/ly y tooef/ll' ittao,, .It is instantly 0int
changeable with the one alrsady an the typewriter.
It Ho, A Tabulator. Every mtoohine is supplied with a tahulatnr, "whieh
for billing, nasleing and tabultiagfbgut'es it ptactically indispensable. It is
furnised free wi/k each ;nac nine.
It Has an Autoatic Ttwo-Dolor Ribbon M~oeent. Theribon reqaires
not tha slightestlattention lernmthe opetaa toom the imitis pat anthrenmahiar
t until it is worn sut. It oscillates no that it enlire sur/ace to ooed/, and
by simply touching a hattio in tke key board you print a second co/or as
deired.
Itlhas a"Speed" Ecapement solhat by imply moving alever the
nacehine accotmmodates itself to the speed af a f atmat'slaoe operator, (this ptevents
a fastopseaatr" piling " letters on a lawtmachiae.)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to secure the beat and moat
economical results- they are all found only
in-the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They plaae the Fnx away in lbs lead of all comeiors.
Let as pratt ibis te you in yoat awn aosce
Catalagut on application. 1 -

SHOES
SOLED BY MACH INER~Y

1

No Dela .y
BETTER THAN HAcND WORK. Uses HOT WAX and
LOCKED STITCHES.
We now have the two best shoemakers in this State.
WM* P. PUJ[RIELD
1195S. Malty St. Cho Vp-to-Date Shoemnan

I

i

I

LFOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Fartor and Eeautivt Office
J Font Street, Grand Rapidn, Mich.
Brancestnnd Representatine in alnities.

r

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORINQ~

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan