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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GRABS Al
HOAG'S1
This is your chance to get
tte to{,s±tticrcltilse for 25~c
that %you ever Ihave ltad.
I iv, huoidr-1 ) (xc" filled
good , fr II all ldepartmientts.
Ivry G().od, hina, Fancy Ar-
ticls, J, -s1lr\ , Stationery
M9usticalNstrutitctt Intheli
lot are 10 /ithers orthi tip to
$250 ech.
If uot sitisfied yott may
haI xcyour monte. back.
HOAG'S
HOME SUPPLY STORE
Occidental H otelI
We Cater to Banquets, Etc.
[lixson Lunch Ypsilanti
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
a1o) i '1l )i(., andt ever2.
21 1 r to IE o'oit 11. . .

Not ",HOW MUCH" a Cigar Costs
But ". HOW GOOD' it Smokes.
Winner Pittsburg Stogies
4 for 5c. $1.10 per Boux of 100.

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DE&AN t U CO.. Ltd..

214 S. Main St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
ofl We11 tres 22"icl lj ; I
trasI o ihtte lneof "I.: ; Illn
justce." The othe 111h 1 s i the
seies ar: "M r iag ad i 111 11
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-Thu 541 %"1of 1ml." 1Tu 1ane 1111
thes1luc1r1:1is toshow the 1W A I
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of th presn1 d1111 losng 21111 v'
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1 11 '111 1112 J =}hop
1 1,111111(332 S.
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Al1arm1 1111ks 11at aller's, Main street.
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High-Class Entertainment

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Here are a few of the very good things we have left for you:
Lot i -Former price $20. oo, now $14.50.
Lot 2-Portlier pirice $i5.()0, tow-- $10.50
Lot ;--Foriter price $i2.00, nows_---_--__ $ 9.50
Lot 4--Former price $io.o)o, 10 $ 7.50
Seveiity-five suits, broken lots formerly sold for $iS.oo and
$2().oo, are in this sale at $1o-50. All Odd Pants 25 ptr cent cff.
Manhattan Shirts 20 per ceiit tft. Several lots oif Staley'
aiid Ypsilanti Underwear are eiiormously redticed.

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PRICE CUTTING
SPECIAL

Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 Souzth MaInE St.

TODAY
Bletween TIwo Fires
An E xciting Honeymoon

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liSSS1INS I-N tIll' 12 PAIN 'IN'S1 Husirated Song-When thle Fowel
Mis1122 N1.l'2, 332 S. StateI St. 55-v II Bloomi in Springtime.

LADIEttS'T'AIL ORIiNG

1 w, - Iul ((rb a ,,r1.211 ,t Jackon 1:; a J Latest styles fall and wier 211112ts1and
tII11 171 .
WA051SON 111)N1.s ro1 A. (11aimde to order at once1 at reasoni-I
________________________________ ab lde irices. We have ilhe latest designs
FINE LvrNCHES in latest goodls Johni J. Sctianz,
1120i'512y t 1, lllg~l 1e11,1tltvitiiO 11111 035I.. William St.
ibiaoelh.& ill~ll111 1 c igaes. A lo~iit) t __- _ ___ . -
lw ii s t11 N loll clllgc211. W Ir p3 L llaoaeC-so (f all kinds nade to order
Il'10(5. le.f 111'.l,'Y 5 & 5CiAi+'i+'N:1"w'itMiss lovell's, 332 S. State St. eod
R. E. JOLLY. State.tSt.
G'lasse's repaired. Eyes carefully fitted
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD Itd tested. George Haller, Maini stree't.
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
T-a.Iea Leae.Aftae.Ar'bor e' 12 ageat 'Tro s.'Try it I
,ioln S~orth9:5 :1 n.ad4:. 6I.in 1rct t. f arber 'Slop i0
Going tiou lh7::,Ua. i, 11 :35a. m. and it33p.t m
Gen'l Pats. Agent. Agent, I Is at1.\iss 1.111 1110,3,2 S llhSt<Ile
Toledol, 111111 Ann Aebor;e Mieb
hell phone 13ir liion1)le phone 15g 1tr11t.115 011
g ~ C ~ ~ i Suits ptressed 2512; trousers, io.
\ ICHI'GAN C _N gA uller & O'Connor. ifl
Te Ygara "allyRute
Chictago Buffalo Boston New York
ThrouaghTrain at -t8.13a.I.i.O4 II.
4.55 p. tn., 9130 p. Il.11.0is p. m. W HEN YxC
Loals .East-.05a. ni., *iii a.., *4.05p.II
2181 . II. .

Admnissior . 5 Cents
Bijou Theatre
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
Always a Good Show
8 llcadlinc Acts 8
IWO S110WS NltiliTLY U
7.30 and 9.00 - _
MATINEES
TUESISAYS, T1URISDAYS 1Vi'
Amateurs Wanted for Friday
Night.

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Winter Joys
come only to those whlo are fortifietd hy ahundanit health and
vigor agalinst cold and exposure. :Bodily warmth comes fiomi
good digestion anid good food, not front flannels aud overcoats.

rAILOR.S
^URNISHERS
EIATTER.S

Diretly North of Law Btz ildirkg
F09-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Popular Prices

NOTICE=== FRATERN ITI E45
Inter-Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on,
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

Thoaugh Trains Wesl 2.07 a.ain~ 7.58 a. ci..
l).1 na, ., 2.Oip. 1 .10..:0 p. III.
Loaai.Wealt225n., *0.211a. ni, 1.40tp.
0.15,. 1110 l5 at 12t'gIoeorSt. Lauis
i was lily and I h1 e. 1.,t
W. W. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbar
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Arbar, Minh.
S.W.C5larsn, Caahite
Capital, $10.000. Surplus and Peofits. 150,lO
BAILYT &EDMNDSI
jB~porting '3oo~
21 East Liberty Street.
WAI KING LOO
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
George Yee Bow &Joe Praprietors
15it ,i 12 yllllllg 15) -a-bra(. d~
Hom Phont.' i ' t 1 i. 11i4lsstate' Street.
Rowe' s Laundry
Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
32a N. Filth Ave.
NI It lo r11 ; hell iPhoIne 457-L
All Students' Supplies. Station-
ery, Fountain Pens, U. of M.
Pins and Banners.
Cigars and Tobacco. Save a WalkI
and Glive Us a Call.
Students' Supply Store
tlIii S. Univ'ersity Ave.

SHOES REPAIRED RIGHTI
Bring them to us, for we have the two
Best Shoemakers ill 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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Shredded Whole
Wheat
is the food that brings ftul'st
enjoymenit of witer work or
play becautse it is rich itn the
heat - making, munscle - bilding
elemtents and hecattse it is so
easily digestedl. It gives t hi e
lithetiess and siuppleniess of liitb
that nmakes the hitumatn body a
thinig of poswer antI beatuty.
A breakfast of SHREDDED
WHEAT BISCUIT withi hot or
cold milk or creamt will siupply
the energy for a whole day's
svork. Triscuit is the same as
the Biscuit except that it is com-
pressed into a wafer atnd is tised
as a TOAST for antN7 aeal in-
stead of svlite flour bread.
At all grocers. Our new illus-
trated Cook Book is sent free.
The Natural Food Co.,
Niagara Falls, N. V.

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