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January 19, 1907 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-01-19

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ANOTHER LOT
OF
Michigan
Stationery
at 25c aBox
Steel Embossed in
blue ink on extra
good stock.
Every student who
sees it bys it.
E. E. CALKINS
Druggist
324 S. STATE STREET
. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
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ThrughlTrainsEast 8.Fa. n, 2.0 .co
4.5 p4. 4. i. 10p . I ). .3)a1
Locals et- -.04.a'., °1.0 a . p, 'lm
"83, COn.0.
9.8 . . A p lr. 1,4Agl, . Abo
Uo , this: t'Chwo o r St. LouA s
IKns es.Hop-snouRetaran
S W.rge Celaro n Caher'Fl~I
t4 4)44'1p i '0) 1))4oA1 )0 S rls n f its, f 1.400)4
212at ibrty Ste.

Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
II326 N, Filth Ave.
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, U. of M.I
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a Walk
and Gjive U3s a Call.
Students' Supply Store
1411l t5. University Ave.

ALARM CLOCKS
4)4
Chapman's Jewelry Store
2o6 OUTH111MAltN S1.
1)440)2 O\1o3t i f1a I l)c C)444 f )iht Ala
BRSANCI2ISTORE1(: Al
204 South State Street

HACK AND CARRIAGE HIE
e))4a ath passenger 10 a
' 40 all ra)0S between the hours
.o4) ))11 p. m4., and frobn 15 p.
' to 0 a4. 30 cents. For each trunk
cents, a'dio~f taken above the seco
flos ; ,o coots.For eco Icoupte to a
44,-in parties the price wilt he $t.
I a. I.400loWer00coupte.
0 )4)& Co. A. B. WALKER
W. 1l:STARK.

of
25
ad
.50

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
17tNi)])ls)ha)l)1 )))4A4)A4)4)
1r11 td. 111c, Mgr
A,11... oXl ha)) cnof4)nstrl4)4
44)ARIc))Aliou. d irr. lia,,4
1141)4401 of all kindls oacle to oardor
;it :Miss I Joyouls, 332 S. Slate St. cod
4)ic 44 144414) .gc4 ,ce 44 0 14s1,ih
I'4044 riig and m i4))losgraiiplIg
don in)] 4)) 1 large or smlall jobs, at
lVci tirdo bros., ooer Shecthan's1)001)
'toe, Stte street. Stale plloIre 12581,.
cod

l'-,A,1:>hed j838. Tlhle college jew-
olo. 14lr's Jeweolry Store, Maill
3 44 4) 0 0 4s( lip) 50,10 e stritigs oil]
re)041)44])) !]o 1toeof your0 Iman-
1 t,':. f r 4 . ('m ' 411 41)l1l 4)t)Roo t'sa d got
41 e od
'J"0)ere)is)notin~g omore enjo4y-
able .4t4an a 41)m0 of lbilliardts.
You4 ne0dI>0)440r04reationl;who
not1tlis ?Ve toy to please04141
ofe v.1 comml~odation
110st1010Bros.
31taS.StateSt.
Bij ou Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Always a Good Show
8 Headline Acts 8
'IWO SHOWS NlIl l'l. 20c
7.30 n3 90
MATINYEES
TUESD)AYS, THUIRSD)AYS l1c
Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.

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A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood.
It takes one million yards to make one pound of Art Fibre
Silk. There are twenty filiments eo each thread.
No wonder they wear like iron.
The only house that has them in the city.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

BRIGHT ON
FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
) have long been 414.s1144114125 lent 5aiter.F ht enl e 1404d flat clasp
Re4 ed pev ents chinhg,444 , b i i dctc~hling1inte clothing.I TeBrightoni
Trad Marx Flat (C1asp14(4 tercisasflat as yourF 1h4441 Woiri by ma oa4 ppre-
ciate comOfort aiid 41e1t14s Made of tore silk elaticw ebing. All
mertal parts of brass -heavily tickeled. 25cents a4plilr, 011)1ealersor by
mail prepaid. For en w4 ho prefer a cord garter, e hate porfeted
LOCK-GRIP
While they are quickly and easily idetachied, yet they hate the
firmest grip of all coed garter'. 'rhe flrexible rubb~er diamondi~
grips with a boll dog tenacity. No tvear ir tear of the socks.
(a'alt sprinig loose or heconie accidentally itetachied. Made of
f iest quality webbing; all mietal parts iheav4ily nicakel pla'ted
hrass. 25c and 54c a pair, all dealers oirby 0m0i1, prepaid. PINEWUPNE O,78 aktS. hldlh .
PIONEER SUSPENDER rC . 18 MartS.,PlaepIt

The Harvard Medical School
BOSTON, MASS.
hit ))))itts o rg eo te441' d4'' )4)4' e '14)') ,rey 4o4ah) 4'II )4 )to),' ),)o a d rser'44))tt
4)4)44'))oll )))ospitalsof 1tsi0ol)) afford,)))) 41) )0)44)401 i.410)4)4 .).).) 4)44444)) iltio
COt1t51 F k lHt11: 0)441(12 4)1M. 1.
four ya's ourl4seo o, 4 ba4chel44),) osoft, li c, t , p44))))))o or scienc4'
ant t prsno feq41 441ii 4114'))) 01 )4))) eads)t4 the. F.4))of) 1 1). 'i'. The 0)0u)4e0 44
the forti year4 44rew o yeli ;the))y4444,', 44 nclu444)de; 4444)4at43 044) ',,''4.;;en 4)44' ed
iei444, gem raF0)sur4gery adth joi4t is4) ral
44.444 4nex '4))school a ye ar tsfom) Spte'))))) 041.4o1)4.44',4 .+t
HlARV~ARDt1)MED1ICAL SCHOOL, Boston, AMann.

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WHEN YOUV WANT
SHOE REPIREDRIGHT-
Bring them to us, for we have the two
Best Shoemakers in this state. All
Sewed Soles are put on with the new
Champion Sole Stitching Machine
and heels finished with the Champion
Finisher. Our work is better than
new, because we guarantee stitching
not to rip.
NO DELAY
Can repair shoes while you wait. Will
call for and deliver work.
HOME PHONE 573
119 S. Main St. The Up-to-Date Shoe Man

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TO LEARN TO DANCE
Join the Tuesday Evening Class at Grang~er's Academy.
Lesson 7 to 8. Practice 8 to 10 o'clock. 12 Evenings $3.00.

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Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors!
Seniors! Professors!I
The best is none too good for you. You can't afford to
waste your time and patience with the old-style fountain pell.
Buy a Self-Filler, and there is only one practical aiid successful
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S SePEN
"The pen with the Crescent Filler-the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect.
Dont be deceived. Accopt nothtng but the genuine-
Coaklin. All other self-fillers are an thoenperimental"
stage. The Conklin is perfect--been on the market
foe years. Used and recommended by thousands of i
students and college profeasors. Possesses all the super- r
ior advantages of the beat foontain pent supplemented !
by the following distinct and desirable features
fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother.7
No joints to leak. No clogging. t'
Nothing to take apart.
A dip in any ink, a touch of thumb to
nickel crescent filler and pen is full,
ready to write.
W{07000, 44. onesaerasm~t~a

SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN. Guoaran-
toed satisfactory. Book Free upon request, tel ing .-
aboot this wonderful pen. Manufactured otily byj
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0. rt
Sold In Ann Arbor by/
GEO. WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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A1LWAYS AHEAD IN
ST~YLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IN TAILORING

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