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January 24, 1907 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN fDAILSY

Developing
and
Printing
for
Amateur
Photographers
E. E. CALKINS
Druggist
324 S. STATE STREET
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
i),(aCat Srs to titrait s ,a. l., and every
5piial Crstio.1,ic n:3oa. i.,and every
tooriifi3:Olpr1
Holoiilcal ' a ti'etrait ti:15a. r,o
9i15 p. in, then i1:15.
TsiiHorlcl aitservice CaJackson 7tA-5i:.Ini
Io 11i15p. aT.
WAlIT~IGROOM, HURONiST. ,WIT OF MAIN.

ALARM CLOCKS HACK AND CARRIAGE HIRE
c~re r lr , n'-ac: s aso ger to and
Chapman's Jewelry Store : ,-It ).-i.sbet nrn nthe our iof;op ,
206 SOUTH1 MAIN S. I 0{i .:,50 aets.For each trunk 25
cets, ndt if taken above the second
in i r f, «55 tilsh lt'i)iirji a a lssi floor 5o cents. For each couple to and.
Uit'io Wai'i iniaiociii ii' Ai parties the pirice will be $i,po,
srat 'i. ii $2.0 per couple.
IIIACE5111f l t s & co. A. B. WALKXR.
204 -South State Street NV.11t STARK.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Tiiipoi idaltibusinecss iiici hug o
Cheas anidI('iChkrs clib this asttri~
-it j ocloci n Y . . C.A. palors.ia. l
Cameuuir cubi iwill aieet ati vi 1, i',
toayat 1) 11, for Nictiugoui'1 a
galls thisi«ceik.
iii iiofuicrs if the Alitia iiNuierariy
Sociey ii foi bithsi'iicstrs,ill fitc
it Rencihsileir's S'istsi s riiiui,, ir i
It er ill i be i iall i iotant 1ii11 i
rfiitig i dcliiFcis iRta) Si.f1t
lai-c-paeo utIicr} r''ickt for four shampoos $t.00o Rain-
watuedi. Each ticket good for sham-
too, maiucre, facial or scalp treatmseat.
Miss Vaughn, 707 N. University aveiiue.

155$i t i i~. The college jew-
cr> i'fatilre's jewelry Store, Main
ircis t eod
CtA\tft 5( NDSY STOtRE they
an .t ii :.gcopite ineI ocof sand -
hot c offe'e' orchctautet,
ofi flipe iifiiI ~ i iii' crcam., Ci
l tspenerlta Clear Havana
C,~1 iga, r ,andii10cents,
T t iton Bros.,distributors.
NI o especialty for iui hy
theiminofaciurers in New
Yo Nirk City.IThey are right.

A New Fad in the Latest Cravat
A Scarf Made
From Wood
It takes one milIlion 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 thenm in the city.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

Bijou Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Always a Good Show
8 Headline Acts 8
'WO SNOWS NI1ilTLY 20e
7.30 and 90

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FIN E LUNeCHES n
DWe 'seepO C 1iii ugeS I) iCitg'retftstdl c rasttclt>o l iha ls
Q tsi I mpor&ted iitt')Cigar ACone ast ( .ifg iiiii c tii sitttet. i1tvc
lin alt; uuaatio ig ,atii'in, We are a-Ign, ri ti 3
tor tia.,evl & lCo. LinseN os . S al a ii
PPES, als fr I xA6 i & SCIIAPF .E
fine ehocoilatCBON-BONS
R. I&. JOLLY. Stst. St.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD BheHa Tar
AND STEAMSHIP LINES. OJ~
TeC0.Ins 1 0,~s,,'ra A rAbor- u W iteeop iino h e ul
iang Narth 9:it a. ia. and 4:3 . i e ieaiiirt s ibrnchs of me idiviieurobably u i
Giung Southt7:20 a. i., 11 :35ua . .andt7:33p iii busiiliiig, fture c ilcsiidl entiiiely to
.1.. ICIRlY, W. T. WILLS, in a sri rim e iand Isurgery.
lentl Pass, Agent, Agent, COURSE FOR tIl
Tatedoi,Ohiola Ann Arbii, Michi A time year's i'iiiier, opeii toi i 'iuc ii
Betl phase tO.t-1rtaoie phane 698 sand toipersonas o u I~ln tl(i etefu th yea irwolleci ve ; iiiii e, I
thwineelsuer antiii 'atiii iir;ii
'iidThe nextuscol ea xiaurin we
"ILIHIGAN C NIA edfrlutae aaau:C U HAV~niMDIDI
"The Niagara Falls Route"
Chicago Buffalo Boston New Yort
Through TrainsEaslet -Oi18sin., i.4 an
Ca up. nitia,30p. ini. l .a p. n1.W E
Locals sfleet -ii&0iSain., ti1 a.tin~ ., *.O5p. iniW ZE l
Tarag Iale entipa.i 'm.i
Laroug erWes esati,,ciiia. ~7.as. tn.,
LclWeta.i n. V, *C, S. i.,REPI p
i11_ an. is, in
iiinnecinsat Chiciago toe SCt. ouis S O S R P
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ane Arber
FIRST NATIONAL BANK , Bring them to us, f
Of Ane Arhar, Mich. Best Shoemakers
Ei1. KtnnePre.iarrisos noe V Sewed Soles are pi
S. W. Clarksoin. Cashie
'apiui tal,$0,. Surlusand IProfits.I1:0Oh0 Champion Sole
and heels finished
BAILEY & EDMUNDS Finisher. Our w
I portinfl41~ new, because we g
77:7 -1- - -_1-1 ttEs iet tet not to rip.
WAI KING LOG
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant NOLD
tOege VYreu ow& Jaeroeprietorn.
ho 'p tfacyDih-,. A, S~nusiLuanches atf Can repair shoes'w
ol isi>it, .','i'ythin fiie,t-si' for iadites
Ciiicinditl a nii'i i -hacall for and
li eih :12. 34uS Sto iatie Sireet.
Ro we' s Laundry HOME P]
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
326 N, Fifth Ave.
N'sv Phone 45t Bitt Phone457-Ls i
All Students' supplies. Station.
ery, Fountain Pens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
cigars and Tobacoo. Save a ' Walk
and Give Us a Coll.
Studelits' supply store 119 S. Main St.
II1I1 S. University Ave.

MATINEES
TUESDIAYS, THUIIRSDAYS 1
Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.

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heBRIGHTrON
~! FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
haelung beenu the sianard iil25 cent garter The pusented fiat clasp
presents chauiug, bininig and cai tching ini the cltiniig.Ilie Brighton
'rdMak Flat Clasp Gtarter is Os fiat as yauir hanid. Warn by m who appre-
coieteaiiifart anid neatness. Made nf pate silk elastic w'ehhing. All
metal potts of brass-heav~iily nichrled. 25 rents a pair, all dealers oe by
mail prepaid. Far meni who prefer a cord gonter, we hose perfected
LOCK-GRIP
While thep are qaickly and eslip detached, yet they hase the4
hearest grip of all curd garters. 'The flexibule ruhher diamond
grips with a ball dog tenacity. No wear or tear of the socks.
Can't sprig loose or becme accidentally detached. Made of
finest quiality webbing ; all metal parts heavily nickel plated .
brass. 25c and 54c a pair, all dealeto or by ma il, prepaid. dB
PIONEER SUSPENDER C0., 711 Market St., Phlladalphta.
Makers'of ioeer Bapeedrs.

Medical School
iN, MASS.
trlu jasi n thiis' ,i iiiu . O tiiiv
o a)w tr eiii "ii nd reearc h.ii Thei
t13iDEOREFt 01'M. U.
is t()fa t, l tin+ri ,ir Masllic,op y rsin
'OV WANT
*or we have the two
tin this state. All
ut on with the new
Stitching Machine
with the Champion
cork is better than
juarantee stitching
IELAY
hue you wait. Will
deliver work.
HONE '573
The Up-to-Date Shoe Mean

r

The.Academy Orchestra
t'ndei' the sianagemnent of iDoss Grangetr aindleaderosip if PEugenei
Fisher., Combinratiuon of traim three to twtelceamiciians. Can be en-
g;aguil for sociial all'aire, Cell at Girangers Academy.

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Freshmen!I Sophomores!I Juniors!
Seniors!I Professors !
The hint is none too good for you. You can't afford to
waste your time and patience with the old-atyle fountain pen.
Buy a Self-Filler, and there is onlyoe practical and successful
Self-Filling Fountain Pen. It is
CONKLIN'S IwPE
"The pen wsith the Crescent Filler-the device that made
self-filling pens possible, practical and perfect".
Don't tbe deceived. Accept nothing bat the genaine
Conktin. All ather self-fillers are in the experimental
stage. The Conklin is perfect-been on the market
for years. Used and recommended by thousands of
students and college professors. Posseises all the soper- E
ior advantages of the best fountain pens supplemented
by the follow'ing distinct and desirable features;
Fills and cleans itself. No dropper.
No inky fingers. No bother.
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-FUILL~IG FOUNTAIN PEN. Guaran-
teed satisfactory. Boak Free upon request, tel ing
abosit this wonderful pen. Manufactured only by /
The Conklin Pen Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold In Ana Arbor by
GEO* WAHR'S
TWO BOOK STORES.

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STYLES

MIL WARD, THE. TAILOR

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