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January 22, 1907 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1907-01-22

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Fancy Vestinlg and
Win~dow Display
The largest and most com-
plete line in the city in both
scotch and Worsted trous-
erings. You will also find
our prices right. We guar-
antee perfect satisfaction.
3 11 S. State St.
1-4 Off Sale
is rapidly clearing up the
the stock. If you need
one you'd best come in
before the line of sizes is
$6.oo Ones $4.50
$5.00 Ones $.75
The Students Bookstore
Balliers and Pillows
224-226 .S. State St.

THE MICI".SAN DAILY. I s '}.l t'm "nr( iin thesm ba"
t't _ ; tr joe ir t nad woth\
Enteedasecoindclastmateat thieAnni ittivlitti'a't .IT l eaOu n-
Arbeor I'utiiflice. titani'r ttittain htevst m a rity
ofntudelnts favinig uw ithdrwalfr
Published daily(IMondaytexcepted) duringihr
the college year', at 117East Washington
street. Bell phone 892. Horeiuephone 76, grousit fbeietaeIn tttetine
- iinfrs that the tttjn txt v fllowedsi
Managing Editor-Arthur C. Pound a feet lcxilni , awithout loonking 'or the
Business Manager-C. E. Winstead. itit 'iii twitht co fnsideiniig thet
ii tiiitt we'lfa e f th- i e sty.


News............. David F. Stevenson
Athletics............ Robert H. Claney
Exchange.H..Jenry A. Montgomery
Music and Dramna..Paul S. Mowrer
Women's Editor..Louise VanVorhis
George A. Osborn J. Earl Ogle. Jr.
Harold C. Smith
Henry F. Schulte Glenn D. Bradley
William A. Mulhern Floyd H. Jones
Chatucey Boutcher George H. Hobart
A. F. Ritehie H. John Wambold
J. W. MeCandless Guy P. Bliss
Hiratt S. Cody William F. Gradolph
K . R.ItWilliams Leotnard C. Reid
Carl R. Moore
john F". Wure Harry Hill
Carl II. Adatt
RATES: $3a5t per year. nr $2.00 it paid in
Address: CAS. iE. WINSTEIADBusnessn
Manager, 226S. 12th St. Phone 7o7 L.
Offcne SHours: 12-30 to 1:3o an.d 6:30 to 7;30
P. M. Daiy.
Address: ARTHUR 'C. lPOUND, Managing
Editor, 715 Mttnroe.
Ottlnelloura; 2 ta 3 P. it. Daily,
Etxcept Sunday.
titlosftours at Nlews Editor, it1.30 untilt1 u10
tinily. at (Officein It ttiiiitC, Ult'si''rity
CEtr today-A. F. RITrCHIE.
'lUlISDiAY, JANUJARY 22, ii907.
1'1c isidomttu tf our staniiitadvocat
ing withdirawnal fromthestr Coinerence
thas'beeniquestioned il ore hanon
studtilo f sotund h udgment. One ortf
itm has askrilusitse ueso li'tis:
"'Adtlntinig that thelis'lg maor tity ofl
sttuilonts favtorwiithdirawsal, dotheyi
knott' ilyixlry fastor i
" "tat shall ise diiowhnlretiareot'
Calil isetstill play. onitforereescootls
where we sraret itmattkinigtilturtteas
ri tsir iligibtiliy rutles, ttr will they
b'Otl ittrs'Xt thrt foo1ttbat ll an bse
hal gaes caneaiieshedulinthe easin
andis it t rtirsmet1 aneatit te ixn
Caot ntis tiatethe CIonferisetntce let
Ifook oti t itI ias aritter ottllgo
oraxiz thero ol fcocsr , ru n? ow ~tlileavet~

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c ittin suet pnon ehaen
a rot t tfih i tS t litti tudeaxtiseti mttrl
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Itisr htiole tt't'tiwnti tl m tria llyt
t thesiti it iti hil ft i i s1 t a
tit i itt , I ixiti lt stti d dasi x tin.
Whe '.itthe, arived It t it-opiiosb
3 lidy olowix he ledtinm ttr
liton as w eiveta ucesu
t t it lilt th ligetsliil Ii. t
gt'itrrttt ilimtis c was t llt fc'itornta
dechui tte tth regets i n tixheti iewsxta
stiltsrsthatihast beet n nti reyoerooe
'ti'thu frit' the sis lti M chga
11eIc r l ii iiir o n o n thi Cam-io
i t'I',al i made t t he t it, vit fett i
itoro i tlsn 'I a ireg nt itrging it hdrawaittl
1 the lay beforc t m tin. m te

N I ig n a ithte t' Ittitd n enI cr
trsIt \ t rt aitctiti '0t Supplies Tac ,4,1
lcy tio p el 't .I t ran it j sie
mdnt it - a ilt nterli nt tat ptfef.oIcardl'heto' n thi(rn~poli o (t
itre e. Asant ittdritt , sr ~the tttt iitixr rck sc it
fcrcnec had beosloting- iitltila siolt
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iii cidus n mi actii hr i i I ail' t 'jheIOpgenig iolithie
Sit1e t cr n'7 t vs'ttI1t tl of tIitnI ii iooorstiack reroo
ins't tuc t xtedI iene t eitioI 0n of ito Prc s lw y
'ldc oitti littig iii nii tot ittin is
cororaed inte I ittl Nf ite ___(' ___n-___________St __ndard _____________
fernce fBit ti trritfi o IAmightV
"0 m'ligtnt he displted DndRrecoLL
in C i to arnothndyreferencesPricesAlw ay
ks'u'd nottlbnti lt o then goui d thetto w e sW
Tti Mtliiga ttrod ant safi Mpath as
lttitong 'tshehas, in siteo tl mi,
dering ofi tint-'lfrtoiut tot heed doe
s sird F0 itptric ato n it lst -hi uu eI'xnk
tnio inttitt d i to itI. C1 tttt t Stgg'. C oB R T H E L Ld
clote inhinsiath ~rt ite poces.Xo
hav(heg eNt abilettwih ll toh 'iit CA H orf-HA G
ke inatl t ut or'ab iveita ittItittn thelttF r Od h ok
foi altittos e' r e~tlasedu ronlt fal,'xolOo
v'tis ai t fimt tneel~tu~nt. Dst aentaRTl I
as i i lit iit ii Is tii ttitti er~. 3 6 S hl I
ti[ utie ig 'Pan t d is, dt iin m'tmt
dvai id y"tlmo rin to tlt.tiestraiigSTex -Bo ok111NNI s n
table t. T hese('tt'um ll. ' itton v-r t iil "~~lf) O i
on 0 thme lresu lt'f 'netit it in it tlgs s n , van xe
th\lionitit lttt v iii' ito Iitm i lti f oxStatu .ts l~'e o
0mm xin mxis spetltr orgazt ( mpion saved pti m Ik15~L
hexro t the t vi,, tit ttti ti tl f it t Cuitttsi o rtt imxii d
utnxii,~ that it' e't e,m' u chml t ati~tO i mit ii iLitt 'tu5' mxt x
'ome of the ruling, % A.1-CttireLtb point
nlerililifx tO xixr fo.uyrn inall uoiltn C. G . SP ADIN & OS
in he tcet th a g e hree.)po 126o NasiTe a 7 1.. 3e26 S149Satsh S. hm

At the Co-Op.
A Lot of Good Things 11ust Go. We ]'lust flake Room
For Our Spring Goods.
Uniderwear, regular price $i.oo amid 5oc, now ---65c and 30c
Negligee Shirts, regular price $1r.25 and $i. oo, now $1.00 amid 85c
Cravats, regular price 75c amid 50c, now----35c, three for $1.00
Gauntlet Gloves, regular price $2.00 anid $i.5o,
now------ ------------------$1.65 and $1.25
University Pillow Covers-----------Discounted 25 per cent
Utniversity and Fraternity Sealc, regular price'$4.50,
no----------_-_-------- ---$3.75
Moore Non-Leakable Fountain Pens=--..Discounted 25 per cent
Puritan Linen Pound Paper, regular price 35c, now---- 20c
The Store oj the Students, by the Students, lou, the Students

Over 55 Over
You Can Read These if You
Want to at
'Te Outlookh
The Philistine
Popular Science Monthlty
hReview of I esies
Short Stories
The Craftsmanl
('orrent Literature
Br ush: and hPencil
The lBookmn
Black ('at
Am. Joornal of Sociotegy
Watch for the 40 Others Here

Booker T. Washington
F. Hopkinson Smith January 25
A. B. Cummings February 20
Leland T . Powers February 25
Creatore March 5
Oratorical Number March 15
W. J. Bryan March 22
S. W. Gompers April 2
Senator La Follette

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