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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HOAG'S
Cor. Main and Washington
The Largest Assortnment of
Students'lRoomn1itnisings.
Lamps
Waste Baskets
Fish Nets
Brushes
Pictures
:Books
Stationery
Ilirrors
Razors
Knives
Scissors
Leather (Ooods
Banners
Pillows
.Soaps
Jewel ry
Playing Cards
Lamp Trimmings
We Cut the Price on
Alarm Clocks
H OAGI'.S
RAHY RAH! WAHI
Fra Michtian Photo Net. , I )jhiiasg
tr l fl fry ou, ,t. 'l+rki ,Nas ity
yo rtt.d , o t ) ,l i I it ya ddrs
1. S.I INI)QI 1 Bc14, blin, IOhio.
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Speiaol ('C arst tits aaa., att ssiavey
two hours uttaiA1. ta.
Sial C 0 (i arsIitkii, S:30 a. Ia., and every
Hc o kwaiilserice to I. rt :5i.Ilt
9:I.5p. ra,, ilers 11: i5~

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Student Lamps Big Stock
$2.25 to $2.90
Our Red Star 011 hais no eqa t)quaolilty inethis tnarket,
It gives a while light, clues not smonike the cliiiites tines not fill
the roomnn with sickening odot. Sold it n 11Arblor only by
DEAN fe. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
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The Stin-Bloch Fmous
Clothing
ONLY AT
Lindenschmitt, Aptel & Co.'s
Our Business Sacks ready for immed-
iate service and tailored with the
skill of Stein-Bloch's best workmen.
We have searched the market high
and low, and these are the best that
money can buy. High grade Woolen
Fabrics, skillfully and h o n es t I y
wrought, with a fit and style that
sometimes makes us wonder how it's
done.
Always Look for High Grade Goods at Our Store.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.'s

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ttIllii ha toiFl R, THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS, 1906=1907
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Twa - tIn iorlclsriet acsn7 7i.m
WAITING Ilaacs. SITHON 8I'i. WEST1F MAINI. 1 0 1in1 I thcf 8 II 8 ii 211t
IFINE LyNCHES 9 iii G i8irs1111 111 hi t t l11111<t1 -
i~ iss iin ia.~ca 3 ot'r l'tO P 11.1 1r;I 1 8c.i i y l n iis 1181 1l t
W01e Cayth lrs otgltrsofUK L -lrc
liocait:ti & IilapiortiiCigas.i A cioplte
far Ocerit & Coa LINKMAN(o. i;:d8 11 111$,~
PIPES, alsa for SlfAiIY'S & SCttHA11A EE' __ n
ine choeoacto 1BON-BONS. 1.18 1 P TI )Ai S (' F1
R. L:. JOLLY. State at.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD s i li''' i;'1'
AND STEAMSHIP LINES. 1 1 '. till Iir, S11) . i' tc ct , ;t
Going North 9:05 a. IIInd14:35 p. II.limil~ 'it':d ofaicI lit t i .I Al
GoingSouth 7:20i o11:3 iita. an sdt7:33p.on1 13 4 I cr4
J.. IRBY, W. T. WILLS,
Ocot lPass. Agent, Agtent, l1)1T1' lii sot ut \111 sc" {
'Taoo, tibia Ann Arbor, 1tili i ll 11 . r iii i
Boll phoane 131-1r ha c phne(
VVIcHIGAN CEiNSiii~ii i i iiii8
11The Niagara Falls Route' hand'. ES. Iiirpl,'.e mlirii ii Sit'()
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York t) ,l1s ii . ii-t ,
Through TrainsEst -8.18 ao.,.40iii3._---
4.55l pl. m., 9.301 p. OI. 11.05 pi. II
Local. 11t-.0 5 itSi. 0., *'010 a.11, *4it5 p . 1,1 ST :lliailcoili. 11 1111 '.111 0rvc~
*8.36 p.In
Through Trains Wet t--07 . m 7.8 a. i., 111=; talc1 atIliitl'. kg 11 toou' v. 5
9.18a. mo., 2.33 p. sn. 10.20 p. In1. cc t I il hls. i t'a l ; _
L o c s s t - 2 2 4 a . . 5.2 8 a . In ., * ' t i l p . . ' i t iI
Conecetons at Chiiago for So. Loais ii il iiI.N -I_1Sveliii1111tsillcro ,
Kalnsas (ity canithe West. hijiSlt.i
W. W. CASE, Agent, Anno Arbor tc 1.N cit1.i

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Thae followitng courses are offered livG. 1'. Cialor at lie IBible Chair
Butildlig, 444 Sotith State Street.
1Inttrodutctiont to the Study of thie bible. Sundiays, t12Intoon,
benginninig October 7.
z. The Sernion thte Mountt.-flee stttdie . Moinday-, 7;10t p. to,
beginninig October ..
3.011ld ITestamtettHisto~ry.TIiesil<iys, 4:10 l. 10. beginintg
October 9.
4. CTe Religious t'Iucatiiit of the Child. Teosilays, 7:10i p. m~,
bieginniung Novettb-'r (6.
5. The Life of Chrtist. Weidnesdlays .:10oIp. (t., begining
Octobier 10.
6. 'C--It ile iii IWrititngs iof 1Pa11. Thiursdaoa, .: to p. In , biegin-
niln zOctobier ir
7. TCle Begitii of Chtristiantity. Thiursdlays, 7:111 p. 111.,
beginnitng Octiiber it,
1011 purpoise of the 'mitArbtr itbhlle Chairs is to lprovide instriuc-
tion of IUiversity graide ini the Bibile atid abioitt the tBibile fir Uniiversity
stiudents, aithlus to ciaooperate with citircliuss antil tther religious or-
gantt1,atioits of Attn Arbiir in promoiitindg the religiioiis life of the stuidett
body: andil withi the .Utiversity ini promlotinig higher edictlion.

All Musical Supplies " The I de a 1 "
JOHN TROJANOWSKI
SCIIAEBERL'E & SON PROPREITOR
114 w. Liberty 5t. ANN ARBOoR 717 North University Avenute

Enoch Dietetc
Embalmer and Funeral Director
210 40aibiA ve.: Reideiinesame
Phiinii,1113. Ann AArior.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK Danceing
Of Ann Arbor, Mich. , U.o M. BARBER SHOPV
E 0. Ittic. ,Pros. lHiirison Soale, V 1leg thud s'. Class, Tiiesdiy IEvening
S. W. Clarksonia Cashiecr Trojonowski State St. O)Ct. 2. luldis -7 1. 1u1. Getntlemten
Capitalt11510 .000 arvlba cd Crafits, 1,00-,t.1 1. RO . t1 1 . N.SCOIT~T
STATE SAVINGS BANK COOK HOUSE
BAILEY & EDMUNDSl C/scr LsheUedirrog Hoseairztoioh.City
W.J llth Jo .V. Sheehan1111 I IIliaI ttiove i' ll iii
%prigVob ii.Arinalit tic V. C.Vaughiaii $2.00 $2.50 $3.00
Jia Is. o. W de EFl s Wb Sce Cttoaedtfor all College People
121 East Liberty Street. N 1y. J . F e J hniillc cm ~ maiiiDroller; 50c",uhu iilial I'. fir llal
liii Itoch Prof. 11. 5.Car iii A. S. GC~ale 18iCo.
WAI KiNU 1L00
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant PICK WICK
tlog ee vrBow A Jaer Poprietors.
hitese F'aoi'.Oi~ihes. S liiilict Iiiiiii'iiof
('iiui oi-and111 tiblilli a i-bai. Bowling Alley
F. J. SCHUH Billiard Parlor
SANITARY PLUMBING r o )jna8 0pt-lt
and Electric Students, Supplies 8. 511111iiiItt-(-til
A SPECIALTY ' S. ROTTENSTEIN
F SCHUH, 2117 E. Washington St. ;t7, Nb.ll ii'e

o= ALBURYf
CLUET"r PEABODY &CO.
PALAIS ROYAL
2o9 E. Liberty St.
ALWAYS ONE PRICE
Visitors and strano l'a ini
Anti Arthoir.ar'e ctrit'illt
invited to vion' the col-
lection oh heautifitiand
artiotlic thing'. displayeii
at this stare. 'The exhi
bition (compb~rines
U. of M. Banners
Scrap Baskets
Rare Anti(ines
Choiice L~aimp Sluyilts
Inian utttgsand tHangitug,
Japtanese Parasols ;
atnd Lait emns ,
Alt Kit q' of Fanc),
IDecorations.

flocking Valley Ry.
TRASIN Lstt'
Yuawill find
Four Trains Daily
Fromn Toledo
Carryseg Parter Cars on Day Tris
Steeping Careaon Night Trains
Uitaoni Depots in Toledo aoO Co-
lusmbus
S B. CLARK, 32.
Campus Martlus
Detroit, Mich.
If Your Value
your face, protect it from pain.
ful irritation s, and keep it soft
and smooth. Use
WILLIAMS' SC

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MIL WARD, THE TAILOR

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