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T149 MICH1I6AN DAILY

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CANDIES
Huyler's
Lowney's
Aliegreti's
FRESSH (1001DS will
arrive just before
the 21st in all sires
of boxes, up to
Five pounds.
We deliver or pack for ship-
ment without extra charge
E. E. CALKINS

ALARM CLOC K SHACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
li- thsi i cnts foi each pa-senger to and
Chapman's Jewelry Store, r Ii al hnd ito p ii., and fromhto p. m
' 2oa SUTHMAIN ST. it,,5ra. r., 50 cents, Fer eacit trunk 2,5
' f,,at nd if taken above tite second
I in lr iv attitli epatriln teeade,. teoetcents. For each couple to and
j tAltrir ailrioeiItpil. iiCsu i iietn arties the price will he $t.5o,
A~ieeCiteeitaft(er t a. us. $2.00 per couple.
FOIANCII 10OREAT see oA .WLII
204 South State Street W. 11. STARK.

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ris set t igtsgratde stritngs isill
'rcC'it iprovec te ttto elf soueman-
U NIVERkSITY NOTICES. couortrti at 'll at tRoot's intl get
Manoliicuireharsi tnihtst
7 :sI;.All t tirit rs are urted to teut. , tstahllted t858. The college jew-
oti~iliii itseSt tdayat s5tcp. i.inelere. H aller's Jewelry Store, Main
trophycroomli, to sleet a tellpos rary lits-treetteod
keitbalItmtnager. SWatkins, Irey.-
:Meeritig if all lll4epe'trets swito hase Stats pressed 25c; trousers, toe.
intletions oe f ettt'tding; the Jtiosr lhop, Fulter & O'Connor. tf
R o t, til Iiei. t I mpit rt ntlti--- -
sI'h 161 n xctv oiite thei 'o8 ii hcisill uhtl a jinti Seir cout woi (ri speicialty.Etls-
iii tig at - ,in, it Room111 C, Unliivcr- leosiltnd plin tl atotnery at stutiet
ite I sll 'l' c iettltrs noftiersocitalprices ShAbove Co-op1. Jisliffe &diNtz-
iointe re' requtleto tomislie Mi3:311miiller eod
lp iii. A . it). 'earie. --..._._
:illtack cadatiiieiitre agin uitrgri T'icket for four stiampeos $z.oo. Rain-
tr wthu intile Itropthysroiiom t i ee-watleued. t~aett ticket good for sham-
iiic. tr111111 'reepec illy illv it tico,smanilcure, fariat or scalp treatment.

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A New Fad. in the Latest Cravat]
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one miilion yards to make otne pouind (If Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments co each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
'[he only house that has them in (lie city.
Lindenschmtt, Apfel& Co.'s

I I tkii I st ( 'tin sal'lt'ls is ate i1.1
* Druggist tI tetIac i ne (II l ull Illel,111 hirt talk,
3 2 4 S . S T A T E S T R E E T i i i '' I rsi rsl k '11111'La rd a n
SI S( huN 51" th t' i tlNl( l
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY ' [ Sit) IN .S)t "'.ttt. N it Sit.)
tw hursui 111>i
(to liii L'i I 1'il IIti ii U il Ian vey l ol,' M c on l, l. gn
twoS hourtheu iit -Iw l,.aiu itof ei I irtt G lobcut' i 11will c
to 11:15 111, p. (1m.' i Mcillan 1111al pt usllth e s Mb et.''T 5e
FINE U NrCHES { l ncii >1' 1111 ma11,thiert are fewins t helt
Ve earre th slit til'. iftI'Rt l;ft l 'nitcd St111 "Iaci" IrC tllatil t ilt'' rc,.11 i
at 1ES 16 &ii t IteI(: ir eitt 5 a Ittte
~torntce & h ll., 11, i a1 tll 01,1an tt oit tiorii 1111 istC Wlll nownu
R1 . E. >rLLY:,t, . ct
AN ARBOl 1111 F1:R RA't irOaD n flt 1II S ti lt tt adf-er tilitll itan
tinehoclate ONn!1,. 'Ileharen -eel litg s nit e lue of
CngRth E.tJiLL. Sa t s at.
Cllntnt tila tt3,a111cdsctc S~' rl S Ni' IISSinI-, 'tS arP o
3. J, KititlY ii ' . 4t, ,teS'li't' t)N 11 'lf orito,
ToledARO R AlILRADtu Tlli 1111 IStietonIsi f tie Sllhst Ntaes ,roy
(l rwtpho e L-oes ((As ia lrbor 0 ;t hat il Ii ectrig ruofth e e etr
Ge'lPas.Agntagaa alsRu e n ltte~lSstte ltil tii
Te hoegh .5-r HomEst 5tt e pon. 98,iltillh poat, hihthy a
li~ppas'ponid lrtmtSllurdtyii (lillilli Sit
L Ica H .I ta a'a' Mllslt' iaM ]I1 1Is ' tlownt
Tak iosalS vig p. It.Idea-
Through Trais Ealst il.1Sa . 40l.51a t it trlti S'i
4(.55 . 9'i30 psim. 15.5 p. 15. i. t'lt I. Ie it'
Locals Wst--- lO3a05 a.m , "1 0 a. ., t.05 p I nISib I t 'tlDe 'i, ilS ire cl t
9 . m,23 .W 0': . A md .. ro Siiss rlryirr 11(il i
Local Wes -°' a, n., *S. 9 . Il. ti*t40 ipD It:S i 'lt i I. tha~lt thil. ie
F aISaCt n tIONAeL. BN tilti ruie15>55yitn
Of Ann Arbor, Slach. I liithe illlitti Ifooutball littlnitll', NIItici

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1(insiris hires.,acerShseeihan's heal
store,Sate:srcet.State plioe l ts>81
ettd
* It iwouldt5srprisc youI 5
knw io i imucih candyivwi
isell to he sitdeit t rade.
Ouries a re fresh Ill
I ii i pstnrs

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rih BRIGHT'ON
VLAV-CIOASP GAtRTERS
j- alo ng beeni t e s tiiandia 1eitidl2 SS t.Isi rlelticn~iilt a tspi'
' Ipreen t-fngs -, i canti i,:ii. V> 'teS a -ii, hetirtit on e i
caite co ft t~tandil litil C Ma,,Iu;lailtC skilesticivein'siig. Aul
meal ps o a l e sciiis tiy i eh t tiltlpa, till dl e slfacba
Wl~hite they'treequickltyoa iasil-Seacihed, y'~et av
firmestgri oflall card garters. T llilletrsuc'iiatuul
grill with a blltdug teacity'. No it etit ritt Seatir ftS SI k
Cat'tspigloog nseo becoe acacidetally1,ililei edl Si lo
finlest quttlity webbing;t all Imetal (salt-lievily niciskitplate
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., 718 Marhet St., Phiadelphia.
Mllkiis of iot u .e e C -i ,

FOR TH E
JUNIOR HOP
AMERICAN BEAUTIES
Roses of All Kinds. Vio-
lets, Carnations, and all
leading Cut Flowers.
Are always first=class.
wkrmI FOR PRICES

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FREYLING & MENDELS
Florists
GIRANT) RAPIDS, MIICHIGAN

I. Dt. (Chine, les.,lhirinSousie, V
S. W. Cetiarksl i, Cashier
t 'aplaat, $100.00lll. SurUicsancd Proaits, 170,00
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
sportino _CGoobe
121 Eat Lberty Street.
wAl KINGI LO
Chinese Chiop-Suey Restaurant,
((cargo Yee ow oer InProprietors.
O'tsiil'er (anuy I1.ie, Alicinet'Lunheis sit
urdnit 'rt itil'lt
('hihiesa ste,td 3ap)Lstrie-a-brnai.
(ime 'hahn e,212. :'4Si tPane Srnet.
Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Fifth Ave.
Ne Phaont457 (nit= hitona 45-L
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, Ui. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco, Save a Walk
and Give Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
(i f 15. Unversity Ate.
ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

itai ulitiiissiiit\ isieitit becali'suser if
ICurt; ite ins 5iured.

SHOES
SOLED BY MACHINERY
No Delaky
BETITER THAN HAND WORK. Uses HOT WAX and
LOCKED STITCHES.
We now have the two best :shoemakers in this State.
WM* P. PUROFIELD
119 S. Main St. Ube Vp-to-Date Shoemans

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Freshmen! Sophomores!. Juniors!
Seniors!i Professors!
The bestis noeatootgooI for ou s in t ilr ust
waste your time tand.Ipatiena wih te l-sy c fu i sc
Buy a Sell-Pillar, anld tei/ s rll1n, ratca i ccc> l
Self-I'illig IFoulntain Pe~n. Iti
1CO1NK11IN'('Self-
"The pen wsith the Crst .ilrth _iethtmd
seif-filling pents poss5iblhpratca1n 1 rec.
Dont be hedeceived. Accept nahigbu th e iz:
Conklin. All other self-fillersar inte xp im tl rg/f
stage. The Conliis pernfect-b eontemrt
for years. Used asd recostsendedI pb e ou aso1,1' t
students and callege proafeseos.PassesssalltsI -
for advantages of the haut foustainpAs 155enete
by the follawing distinct andsda lfatre
fills and cleans itself. No dropper. oik fnesso ohr
No joints to leak. No clogging. I
Nothing to take apart.a
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,
ready to write. 'I
Why take asy chances? Order a CONKLIN z
SEL.F-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Gusaan-
teed satisfactory. Book Fren upon reqsnt, Sitelig
about this wondeoful pen. Mantufactsured aonly hry 7"
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0. r
Sold Ia Aaa Arbor by / "
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

TO LEARN TO DANCE
Join the Tuesday Eivening Class at Ge-araer's Academy.
Lesson 7 to 8. Practice S to 1(0 o'clock, 12 Evseamngs $3.00.

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