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December 08, 1905 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1905-12-08

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TIlE MICIAIOAN' tAT1

GOH. Wild
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The lrgest stock in
the City of exclusive
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
highcdas farics and
special tyle for s-
dents.
G. IH. Wild Co.
Ou s
Stock
Of
Popular
Novels
is being constantly added to
and nowhere else in town
will you findan assortment
so complete and thoroughly
op-to-date as
f
Sbeehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Get Your Room
Decorations
PILLOWS, BANNERS, FISHNET
WASTEPAPER BASKETS,
SOUVENIRS, ETC.
DARLING & fIALLEAUX
Both Phes. 224226 S. State St

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tTHE MICHIGAN DAILY. " '' ,,ttn I (i ;ti'e all s5"'s1'ecm 11Ior not."
N11 il-,;m lh icres't re'-r(ts on
nter d as iscodclass water citithe Ann tllt tilt iof Niaioi 1.isdllof eit su h tt
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Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW iolls tto iIle onei of hti raittirti
Bustness Manager, WALTER R. BANS thit'. i s tiof ithle iiatl Itis spirit

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ASSOCIATFS.
Geosrge A. Osbossn tHarold C. Smith
.MaiOgle, Jr. tGsorgse.A. Btrssi
FersN.iSith FrankJ. Carh
RotiiIiii. -Clancy tienry A. Montgomessy
it. F. Stevsensn Vltir Mtzenbttst
RATESt: Isispeye r, ite. cc Sifitpaid is
advance.
Address: WALTER R. BANS Business
Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
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CA iLEN I .R.

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U. of M.
Art Calendar
of Events
Strttttasoaotttalenda, eah
mioithis teing reprtseonted on sp
rate deske edgecshe~ets y sen
sesotnatble usent takn fromnacol
lgit e. is llutstratiuns ae in
titloi.ngratied frotmsidraw-
ngsInatdeespcialty for the cal
enilait and rusnt ott etfecutmost
ts asit and .artsti. Sond
iseady. Pricusonl
25c
Setbe tse alndaion dispa at
etitrtoisiurooktre..-,Stats
steet irSain strt
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold
C. E. BARTHELL'S
Lit of Late PulblIcations
Hlolt's Diseases of Children
Oser Practice of Medicine.
Butler's Diagnosis.
Williams' Obstetrices.
Bryant's Operative Surgery.
Sal's Diagnosis.
Nancrede's Principles of Sur-
gery.
Oppenheim's Nervous Diseases.
Lippincott's Medical Diction-
ary, 1905.
Cunningham's Anatomy, 1905.
Gray's Aniomy, 1905.
Rockwell's Dissectors Guide.
Evans' Crown & Bridge,7th ed.
Johnson's Principles and Prac-
tice of Filling Teeth.
Black's Dental Anatomy.
Burchard's Dental Pathoeogy
and Therapeutics.
C. E. Barthell
326 . STATE ST.
Telep hone 761
Insure your Face
against irritation. Keep it
smooth and healthy by always
uing
WILLIAMS' SHT
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.50
lrtly Gxavanted
Or DlnlarsClockttaressthe bestsasis
TilE FARMRS AND MCANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50nat, Srps ad Prafits, $65,000
Dones a Gsneratliankng Busiass and Pay
3 perrcont itersesti on Times and Savings
Depnsts. Saety Deposit Boxes to rnt
at 0.00and upwars
R. Kaise, Pres. W. C. SVacae, Vce-PeeL
F. H. BELSER. Cah. t. A. WILLIAMs Ast.

'V~IdHIGAN CEiN
"IThe Niagara Facls Rut#'
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Traits East-.18 a. mi., t40 p.,cm.,
4.55ts p.., 9.30 p.cm. 11.t5p. nm.
Lacals Eaat -itt0 a. mi., *i1.10 a. mi., *4.05 pot..
Through Trains West-t.07 a. m~, 7.50 a. mi.,
9.18a. nt., '133p.cm. 10.20p. cm.
Locals Wean-tat a. mi., 08.28 a. mi., *1.40 p.
mi., *60 ip.,cm.
a (Ex'cepct Sooiiop.t
Connections at Chicago toe St. Loots,
Kansas tity and the West
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Rils - Jan. 1t6
F. H'opkinson Smith ----_
LoradoTaft -.-.-Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman .- _ -=flar.._
SOUSA'S BAND - - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest - -----
Oe Nu br - --Tickets for the En uitre Co u~rse r $ 2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reserved50 Cen~ts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hail, beginning October 30
SI1NG16E ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Plhoteo 552
Offlice Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

100 SHIRT PATT[RNS
One hundred shirt patterns is not the complete number of de-
signs, by far. But we would be foolish to attempt to carry all pat-
terns because we would then have many bad, incorrect and old
fashioned ones. The ordinary old established store has many of
these in stock which it tries to work off on you before showing the
latest styles. We have nothing but 100 carefully selected Varsity
styles, at very low prices. Then too, we have fine Flannel Night
Shirts, and the latest effects in "Faultless Pajamas," from $1.00 to
$3.50. Heavy Underwear, 50 to $2.50; Heavy Sweaters, $5.00;
Fleece Lined Hose, 15 cents; Cashmere Hose 25 to 50 cents.
At the. Co-Op.
THE STORE OF THE. STUDENTS

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Douglas Shoes WAAHD.=T1e Shea 218 So. Main St.
GyQm Shoes Y Cs~'~~iV~ iitii

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