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rTHE MICHIGAN DA IL Y

GRABS Al
HOAG'TS
Th is, is yout chatncet get
te nit)s mserchtandtise for 25c
litt you1 e-ver have Ihad.
Five hundred l oxes filled
wit good, clelii desirale
goodls from all tleIartnltuit.
D~ry (is)ois, China, Fancy Ar-
ticles, Jewelry, Stationery,
M tisical hIs itt iuttis. In the
lot are to /Z0iters woth uttltto
$ 2.5tt each.
If ntlotstisfiedyott nay
have your imontec vbtck.
IHOAG'S
HOME SUPPLY STORE

Butter Cup Candy
While It Lasts

10c per lb.
DEAN ra CO., Ltd.,

3 l bs for 25c
214 S. Main St.

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PRICE CUTTING
SPECIAL
Here are a fewr of te ecry good thinigs we have left for you
ol t -Formner price $2o.o0, itow --------- --$14.50
Lot 2-Fortler p~rice 1, 5on, tt ------ $10.50
Lot 3-Forit:er price $12.nn, oi----------$ 9.50
Lot 4-Former price $io. ooo----------$ 7.50
Seventty five suits, hrokent letas foitmerly sold for $iS.ooanid
it*2t no, arc itn this sale at $10tt50. All Odd Panits 25 per ccitt cfi.
?Manthattani Shirts 20 pier ceitt tff. Several lots ctf Staley
iand Ypsili ioernear are ettormotusly reduced.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S0%xth Main~ St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICE.~
tellV1)11, Mgrt
Final tpmt ) ti()o itt reay tcittit
i i itt 11 13. \I] cii ttist e jjtti 'Mar-
tie

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Espeitella Clear Havana
Cigars, 5 and to ceitis,
IHutstoin Bros., disiributors.
Msttle specially for its by
tie ttatntfactturers in Netw
York City. lTey are right.

FOR ]MIN --;iteis rosmitstie liiwk
c- f a >11. 53 h (liii S I tret. 53
C A - ]lllS 1\llI\\tS -32 fur 2 a st
3te lii. 32 4.s ltatle1. Tot. 4
Stilts itressedi 25c:t;trousers, Inc.
llecr & OConinor. tf
(Classes repairesd. Eyen carefally fittiett
antd testetd. George I] tIler, Main street.

IHENRY (Q CO.
TAILORS xT~ i igh Class
FUVRNISHERS Tin iMop f Merchandise

Occidental H otel \e~ ,,1,
We Cater to Btanqjuets, lEtc. lis t ;,t, till
Hlixson Lunch = Ypsilanti"'

j lar lit cl.i i, ct~
.t it' t i ii i tii f 1 i it W

Tickiet fur fotur shattiptos $t on kRaint!HATTERSj JU VjY01 Popular Prices
testier tisetd. Each ticket gootd fur shiantHA TE
pomnicutett,facittl or sctilp treatmiet.I ielNot ofL Bzld
Miss Vttttgitt, 70t7 N. University avenuteDity No hofLwBdd,
en709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY Itu - tnaiu
Spctal Cas to Dtit atis. ii t i 'siev ot, i r,- sIlt)-s
itwhstuanat ),iu tsutau~ tilt.itinItiii itilt
Hour toa t servce tt eto ii t: :5;1 , it i
at Ann Arbor, Miii. '4i . t l it
iE tt. Kt tte. Prens. tiarrisni ouleat, V tilet<, t~c ttt
St tV.Clatksnt.Cashie
.55555 It r11isisc
1aptltt,$, 00.ii 5oct05atitiPretits. I.),, 0i

til is tisii;it lIt

LAISIAIORING.

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Ltatest sty' vs fail andtitn vtter sitits alittl
sipi 44ttisi la coks ttatde to itriderat ontce it reastitt
l Cran lk..tltale trices. W~e listee thte latest designts
1iiiin< isptl t ,its lattest gosos. JohtntJ . Schantz,
co. , iil fro, E. WcilliamttiSt.
haul: c. tttli )1'1 1)'11 ' .telt'tii. Its tessit, ,isis itt0-2

NOTICE===FwRATERN ITI ES
lnter=Fraternity Bowling League now being
organized. All wishing to enter please call on
S. ROTTENSTEIN
for full information. 707 N. University Ave.

Winter Joys
cotte onily IitotoeWae nsittit e d i blIy alutdttla lthdtistc
vigor agaitnstetiol anthexpttsuite. lBtttilys wart otties froti
gootd digest ittitandilgoottifoottilolfrotitiflanniels andcl tvercosats.

Satisfaictory tailoritig at satisfacto
prices. Fuller & OConnor, 6io E. Will-
imt street. t.
li tll'-'sialtswt iss Ii ttteeit is cv
liit>r st is6mtsFotrsetttittst acw: rewadif
ClTVIBIS CANDY STORE they
arenosereitng a coitplete litne of satnd-
twicliesiwitt tot coffee or chiocolaite,
isititha tittundatice of whipitped cream. t
Get your electioni tickets, dance pro-
grtums, etc., at Tim ANN ARBnOPiRESS,
17 E. Washtitngtott street; printers of
rTe Michtigatn Daily, Inlander, Alum-
nus,, 'echntic, Utnivernity News-Letter,
S. C. A. Htatntbookc, Yost's Great Booka
Ott Football, High School Omega, etc.
W~esdnotmore pritntitig for the studset
hotly than all oilier shops combnied
Sooti in our onwn building, Maytnard
street, opposite Graniger's Acadetmy and
just niorthi of School of Manic. if

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Shredded Whole
Wheat
enujoyttetnt of wntler work ttr
jla't tecatuse it is rich itt the
licat - miakitig, musctle - butildling
elemieits ndtt because it is sio
easily digested. It giv es t lIte
lithentess atndlisutpplentess of littib
that iitakes the hitittati btily a
ititig sf110wer antdl beauty.
A breakfast otf SIIREDDE I)
WVHEAT BISCUIT nvtltltitt or
toltd itilk ttr creamt will suipple
tie etnergy for a whottle d~aysi
wcork, riscitit is te samte as
Sthe Biscuit exceptl that it is comn-
pressetditito a wafer atnd is tusedl
as a TOAST fotr atymtieal III-
stead of hlite flour bread.
At all grcers. Ottrtews illuts-
trsiteul Cottk Booik is senit free.

CASINO
Admission., 5 Ce mts
339 S. Main St.
BAILEY & EDMUNDS
sportinlg oob'6
121 East Liberty Street.
WAI KING LOG
Chinese Clhop-Suey Restaurant
George Yee Bow A Jan Proprietors.
Chtinse asey Dish, Asmertean iluttehes ot
all dkiiis. Everyt hinfinst-glass fitr ladies
ondgientleen..
Chiniese tad .Jopstese Biet-a-brag.
itm Ptc hi on 12i 34 .2t4 dade Sireet.
Rowe's Laundry
I Thomas Rowe, Proprietor
I 320 N, Fifth Ave.
New Phonie 45I7nllthoe 457-t.

Here aeth esons
why The Fox Typewriter is a Better
l ewriter 7Than Any Othier 'Ipewriter
em It Has Perfect Visible Writing. The entire writing tine is in dtrect ltne oh
vsion oh the operator and all the matter wrirten remains so-does not paos oat oh
sight ooder any pact oh the machioe.
It Has as Assembling Surfacse foe the Type Barr of 12Inc hies. (Other
visible typewriters 4i2). This admits oh the use o a typo bar -i1 oh as inch wide- R
its ad ajotite liar-gives the Fox Visihhe the durahility and peemasence oh
alignment oh the "hblind "machineo, a hitherto impossible rhiog in ihe consotruction
oh visible typewtritets.
It HaIonterhanigeoable Carriages. This means if yotu own a Fox that
yoa da not hose to hay a nrw typewriter when yoa nerd a tong carriage
/utr yJune rmachine, simply buy the carriage. It is instantly inter
changeahle wiih the nne already on the typewriter,
Ir Has A Tabuatoor. Every machine is supplied with a inalator, which
fcr billitng, invoicing and tahulating figurer is practically indispensable. Ir is
ftrnihedfrtc with each tmachine. '
Ir Harano Aurtorain Twon-Color Ribbonr Movement. The rihhon requires
not tbs slightest attention from the operator from the time it is pat nn the machine
ustil it in wotn out. It oscillates so thot its entire sorface is used, and
hy simply touching a hutton is the hit ioard you print a secoend color'aa
testired.
It har o "Spend" Ehsapreer so that by simply nosing a loner the
machine accommodates itself to the speed of a fast or slow operator, (thi prevents
a fast operator "piling" letters on a rlow machine.)
You ought to have these features in your
Typewriter to aecure the beat and moat
economical results-they are all found only
in the NEW FOX VISIBLE.
They plane the lox away is the lead of all comprtitors.
Let os prove thin to you is your own sffice.
Catalogue on application.
FOX TYPEWRITER COMPANY--
Factory r:-dEtEroti-:rOffi:
S Front Street, Graasd Rap 'do, Micth.
t Bransanod Representaones in nl itiher

-j The Natural Food Co.,
{ Niagara Falls, N. Y. _1

ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYX ES

MILWARD, THE TAIJOs~

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