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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GRABS Al
IHOAG'S
This is your chance to get
the most merchandise for 25C
that you ever have had.
Five huidredt loxes filld
withgod, lean, (desirblec
godts fromi alt0dIpartmlets
IDry CGoodsICiiniIFaleyAr
ticesJewelrySatioery,
Musoicatl istrumiinlt.In the
lot are io Zithers worth tp to
2.50 ech.
If uot satisfied you iiay
have younimin iey back.
H OA G' S
HOME SUPPLY STORE
Occidental Hotel
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
Hiixson Lunch- Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
tipciatleers to Lrlt sit m., and 1ee)
Special I ,r. la'ks30a.II., andievery
leeur 1 :+1t eli NIt etr 1 :1 5 a17 t
:111.:1e.tie
t11151P1m
WAITING 111111G. IHURONiS T, welRTO111MAIN. i
FINE LUNYCHES
NOcalry thel~tte! 'lofTRISH;e~.
IllJ 7'0Fz1 ilt&iMIitI; I (.I igaretes and1
Don, ls'llI & eyel°iig(1sas. A cmleilt
1li1e111 all 15511177 il1I1-. XW" ae agluts
feor IClel&I'>Io. IKK AN & 1)0. Mnd 3 H
Iii I lsofu I[A C -,& SCHIAVIPI I
ie lolelaIheI lN lONS
R. lE. JOLLY. Stt t.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES. I
Seling Nrth 913177A. m1. ad 43 p. m.
10o1ng Seath t:W a. I.l 113 . at. ab f:3 p. II
.1. J. KIiIIY, W. T. WILLS,
0enl Pass1. Aget Agent,
Tledo, 1Ohio11 An IArhr Mich
11e11 phe ll13-Il Home phe dw se
IXLHIGAN CEN
"The Nfiagara Falls Route.'
Chicago Bulffal lBoson New York
Though 1Tr1iMslEat-3.1 al., 2.40 I.
La! ls Ml-se05. Im., *11.10 aMi.Il.,405 p. in
*8.35 p. III.
Thraugh [rais West-.07 a. in,, 7.5 .it, .,
9. isa. M.,i72,3P. mI. M20p. Im.
Lcals Wetl-221 aIn., '.20 a. Ie, '*1.40P
en., '0 10 Ip, Il.
* (C thulle Sna.t
CMnectens at Chiage fr St. Leeis
K11111111City ad the West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbr, Mich.
F.. I 1).Kin . Pres. 11.1rio le Vt.
S. WV Clrken, Cashier
eaillxil.$00.000. Srus aMd Prefits. 150,00
BAIEYD&DMUDS
121 East Liberty Street.
WAI KINl LOO
Chinese Chp-Sney Restaurant
Ierge YeeRawt e&Joe Prpietr.
ol 11i1.faly 11100,, Ameicanl11 lees ot
Ever)1,,IsIything ft irs-lsorldese~
and 1gn1temen1.
Ch1iullean1111Japanese Bri-a-bran.
f t,I111I' 'io1)1W.12. 31 .s, tae sireet.

Rowe's Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
3261 N, Fifth Ave.
.5 Ph110ne,4577 Bl P Ihoe 45 7-1L
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, U0. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a 'Walk
and Give Us a Call.
Students' Supply Stfe
1 ff11S. University Ave.

Not "HOW MUCH" a Cigar Costs
But "HOW GOOD" it Smokes.
Winner Pittsbu rg Stogies
4 for 5c. $1.10I pe r 1to x (f 100,

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D]EAN tom. CO., Ltd.,

214 S. Main St.

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PRICE CUTTING
SPECIAL
Here are a fewv of the very good tings we have left fur you
Lot i---ormier price $21.00, IIOW-_.___ $14.50
Lot 2-orier lprice $15.010, 111- - --$10.50
Lot 3-Furmr price $12.oo, ulw - - $ 9.50
Lot 4e-Formuer price $Io.oo, 10 - - $ 7.50
Seveutv-five suits, hrokeii lots formierly sold for $18.00 sld
$211 oo, are inithis sale at $ io. 5o. ll Odd Pt1ls 25$p elet ciff
Manhlattan Shirts 20 per coolt off Sev eral lots of Staley
atnd YpsilaInti Uuderwear ore eniormlously redtuced.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Soath Math~ St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
the:alp a 1" 15 1)rv ,ict t is -i
F 1esh ineic tryouts1for Mayltra
next Sa~turday af,)ternioon 3"ld, t'
Wlaterman gi y31). WiNl~tll% Itr
Ntiei - of icw lit fotal own t
In ett 1 st , ,itiii t iii hal, tN I t
t 1)77 lhk. iiptiiii 771)o 01.i
ii rl ( u c ii > p ic ti i i. h
a trn ilt in i liii Nn.11 ll, A. 0"lit
'11111club til hg 71 coiiiiti .lhueciioc7711

.1, 'S $5 2 intt iuy a fire in-
.1)711 ~~ '111<t-111 sale yee several
ii 1 1;) iiover either phone
I i oliiie rest. IV H, Smith,
t-iI,0 l i oceCii., Ann Arbor
R7a1111,1oom 20. eodl
;ts l sil 25C; troulsecs, 105.
itte & OGC I. f
04 IN il o1uilile to tlearn to
1pla t rilirotooOr
timprv iyour prsent
s~ .IlIiitoe Bros.
CAS INO0
High-Class Entertainmentl
TODAY
Bietween Iwo Fires
In Exciting. Honeymoon
llustrated 0Song -When the Flowers
1100o11ill Springtime.
.Adctrissiorv, 5 Cents
IBIJOU Theatre
SPOLITE VAUDEVILLE.
Always a Good Show

HNRY (Q CO.
To I~H RS4Merchandise
HATTERS ToU c Popular Prices
Dit-etly Not-th of Law ISuildirtng
709-711 NORTH VNIVEKSITY AVENUE

8 Hleadlinc Acts 8
IwoOWS: ~NItiITI-Y 2C
MATINEES
SATURIDAY, 300...- lOC
Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.

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WHEN YOU WANT
SHOES REPAIRED RIGHT
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 repairshoes while you wiait. Will
call for and deliver work.
HOME PHONE"573
11 .Main St. The Up-to-Date Shoe Man

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NOTIC~mEFRATh RN ITtES
Inter- Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTT~INSTEiIN

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Here are thte Reasons
W[hAy The Fox Typewriter is a Better
{ Typiewriter th~an aniy Other T1ypewriter
j' It Has~ Perfect Viible Writng. The entireewriting lineit in direit line of
visin of the operentorand elIl the attler wr1tteM remains so-dees net pasa eat of
sight andr any pall of the machine.
It Has an Asemnling Surfac fer the y Tpe Bars ef 16'2 Inctet. (Other
T eiiblr typewritrs 4y2). This admit ol the eof a type areerasoelan inch wide-
an adjusetable bar-gives the Fox Vsihle ihe durahility anddprmanence o
alignment of the "hlind" machines, a hitherto ihsile thing in the cosradtian
ofevisihle typewvters.
It Han laterchangeahle Carriaes. This Imeans if yea awn a Fan that
yen do net have to huy a new typewrltr en17iiyouee a long' carriage
for your meekh'ne, simply buy filecaia~oge. It is instantly inter-
changeahle wih the ane already on thetypewrie.f
It Hla A Tabtulator. Every machine is tnpplied ith a tahulatoe, whic '
for illing, *nvaicing and tahulating figures is practicnlly indispnshle. It is
fucnshe free w it each miackine.
It Han an Anutnmati Two-Color Rih01n Movemeet. The rihbn requires
not the slightest attention ftrim the operator from the time Iit ispal onnthe machine
until it is wotn out. It oscillates so that its entire.lsurface ie used, and s
hy simply touchi n hutton in thk ey board you print a second color at
deeired.
It hasa "Speed" Estcapemaent so that by simply moving a lever the
machine accommodates itelf to the speed of a f aol Mr law opecator, (this prevents
a fast opetatot "piling " letters an a low macihine)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to secure the best and most
economical results-they are all found only
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They place the Fan away in the lead of all competitors.
Let us pcove this to you in year own office.
Catalogrue an application.A _U k

for full information.

707 N. University Ave.

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FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Fatoryand Executive Office
Front Street, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Branhes ad Reprsntnlivesain aUiCities.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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