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tiHE MICHIGAN DAILY -

C. HWid
Co.
jLeading
IMERCHANT TAILORS

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The largest stock in

the City of exclusive
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-class fabrics and
special style for stu-
dents.
0. H. Wild Co.
311 S. State St.
.Gym
.GOODS
Whether you go out for
the track Icamus or notl

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Estered as second class matler at ite Ann
Arbir Postoffice.
Published daily (Mondayasicpted) during
thsesolege year, at 117IEsst Washington
stret. Bill phone 892. H-ome phones 76.
Massaging Editor, CLYDE L.. DEW
Business Mansager, WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athetis........Clarnie E., Eldridge
Newsa.........Leuis D. Stikney
Etxchags....... Charles E. Winsead
Music.........A. H. Ortmeiyer
Women...........EffieJ. Arm-saon
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Hsgh Allin Franklin C. Farks
Arthur C. Pounod.
ASSOCIATES.
Giorge A. Osborn IHarold C. Smith
J. Eail Ogli, Jr. Giorgs A. Barns
Pirris N. Smith Frankh J. Clark
Roert-IIH. Classy Hinry A. Montgomsry
0. F. Sevnsons Walter Metzsnbauss
Glinn 0 Bradley John P. Wau
Roy V. bill Floyd II. Jones
RATEI~S:as5oper yFa, ois$lass ifpaid is
advnce.
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Massager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 8495 L.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 16, tgo6.
Editor today-"PHIL," ETEN ENSONi.
CALENDAR.
Jots. z6-Jacob Riu ott S. L..A4. couirse.
Jatn. sy-Historical recital by Albert
Lockwood, Uoiversity Scttool of
MioSic, 4.130 p. it.
Jotn. i8-ThsirdCh loral Uniots cottcert;
sotng recital by George Hamtlitt,
tnor.,tUtiversity tall.,S8t..
I laseeye clstb receptiotsad atollot-
ittg party at Barlbour gytm.
Jatt. t9-Footblloanquooteet.
Setiinaosltdeltate,.Hiclhigan cs.Elsi-
cogo, its Central Debiatittg league
series, at Chttcttgo.
Jat. 20-Settittr entgineerintg lttatqiset at
toll.
Jant. 23-Heletna Stonse, harpist, Scttool
tif ' lssic, S p. om.
Jatt. 26-Atttttal oratoitcal contlest of
ttte Tesoperattce Researcts ctob, itt
RootmtB, lasv tuilditng. 8 to. it.
Dtramlatic recitail, Hrs.NWalo-Richs-
ords, Sarah Easwell .Ansgell tall.
Just tot giv e thtecollege swtrltd aitec-
ammeof unsel-di so eero.itye sto o

etteotragemet inttorsrgle ftr a
newrbuildinitg.'there i reasnforthci
it will to ge t te \Michigat lu ib htuttte
Tis gnttrotu-.acion of11 ttthe girl,
soul giettt curge toicas tt tbtuota
little ltttittttttt tmpromie, cbef re
souelopele-.tAtlitflemott illing
have ttelt-tte gtker Itiit andtt3
tribttte Itotartd the tepesettt e m -es
oriatwhoe ittntttits ter te ntttfree
to tiutec ttightttweclheitemiutlateIltyte
-eusortswhsoltt -tftr, toe refutsedito
cole intott lite ftr te Joitttmtetttoril.
t]'le NMichigtaiiClarionit.itta tecent is-
popular ith the tto. W c
whittalotttotf fretlis te re i arci 01. unt
lIlt;ART' LOAVES)
tlaie-tt 1g..1musi le tr in t h ofc
t 63(6 .F. Uktir-itt .1 he1 on
'1t appeaurs to ilie a1detied uc ,n
ben tredin a nd m reI arit ll ros
anu eda fioi w,: itti I i Theo
d 1or e K itt il. frit lii-riot t ,t I i, lic it-
Altritchr\NM i Sih '7.VI. Shit is
timli ll ilt iititfc it -l a ilt
Inndr an theoldFi~ri liii. M . iiitt
la eo tt he founder: aii ii n lit ngtl
beentin ls, toc ilt ,littoit lift,
son itcletpelAicrcl t -6 vtr
Mr. Koch'.tt to iilie icllt ii it with1 the
librr itcrh gllr s0or\el n w
drai ngs-i Will - etit o tilt I it
as iellasitlit ttlei litie c il i
iday t evlenting oftithis iwetekrltiis re
Nite dait teso i cengirs ofiabll.
1101l-to t]it iOn tilt dte t heytlt illt
itfre a;i t- t t ci e ittisactiont. Ttre it-
paty to oe ti e threa td te i s-
affirs to ia lit tit i c i sitcesste emsli

JACOBIA-. RIIS SPEAKS TONIGH T.
(Continued from pagi one.)
litsptbos.clitbs tatndgirls' cooitg 1and
sering scootl.
Weni le lbegatt othiat twork tere
wa~s scarcely at ssl tark i Newi York;
til tthrwee ntllschtols fr11111ftectitlist
rets there swere tenemletI hostet i
o huhd fitr ttithuattdlhutntbleigsstel-c
litingit i ittlotoimsis-wics te sunligt
andicrimtinlstlep-ttlittogeter igtly its
te free polcecstattion lodtging hosttes.
To chtaitge slit retorttlth1a111tws tau
iietetieui talsk-u tt Rues ist it. His
onlylet cc sthenliebegtttsas telpetcil
lie tustthetd atspolice reportcer othie Nesw
Y orkiunSit. lButIito es-ry sory- te
wrt os cii niftstrter.of sits-ery. of stara-
- tin, oiaf ufl misery, of auitse, neglet
atnd tufferitig, Ihe putt Ihistea for te
-bietctte etfthi ie c-tildtitiott of tie tete-
it.oo 111111dtie rest. lie sutteededt,
tidtodayste. os ul oort
tewspapters trtottghotit ln11111are tn
anmsint praisintg his stwttri. 1Iieloes
not lise dtesttit tolpar1p111ate hittrtit
Nor.stspeasitfteom sish, histh ettt
Itd htits hatch;so luittnttlsofraNess-
tilth ill oughts1comrle thatlie woerise
farytimle liertitesa1111othesanifo
lit icypifeitcltls eyAlltilesfouttreof1
Mr1111 gibect v r, seutehis tet
Ior hityfndIiillut~statohe Sisedti
on cutis liwtn1experiesliieibelilte
NIa ha btoyhis ait irlsoartt otihio-fr-
bu made.i Htiti oes tel el itttvettinitei
thor o 111fteritt"Alliyselgcitold-
1,oy'lt.li lis . got it rlltcwhenithge),
beinlife.ey (ae m. e aJRy. n
Jh' fa I t.hiliseaetrtson teaS tuts-
Lec- turdasJc~iitihe e iru lltiexcc
cei ist ofittracil tcetills. tsiuring
MrllIs fury hl benlll- spia llyt- Ne
ftunatiecandte 1111tet-otyisithoe
lb iltt s ema iselfititthorii of tlt5
li-ofilth-ttttett lelli aioos of teprsenot,
0o11 ll wlottle b ardI himis alut e 1111 i st
c i Iz to , tell rill ti ngisit stsg cin
amseinatiscthrsade15tPae 4toig
oefaidf J" fDiretr a Idsftle

you'll surely heedoodL

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Gym Shoes
Gym Shirts
Gym Pants
Supporters
Elastic Bandages
and the like, and when
yon! need them yoI'll
find a good selectionl
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
A PILLOW TOP
of the
Football Team
We also have a Nice Lineo Novelties
DARING & rIALLEAUX
Both Phanes. 224-226 S. State St

1905 Michiganensians
Only $1.00
We have purchased from
the man~agemsent of the 195
Michiganensian o ve r 3 00
co pies of this pulication
which wte will sell at
Exactly Half Price
You Want a Copy
Purchsase at once, as the
demnald is sure o exceed tlhe
supply.
WA HR'S
The Bookstore tha's never Un-
dersold
Just Received
Cushny's
Pharmacology
C. E. BARTHELL
Phsae 761
325 S. Stats Street, 2d Flar
An. Arbr, Mih.
You are Not Fair
tyour face' unless you sup-
ply it with the creamy, heal-
ing lather of
WILLIAMS' STICK
BILLIARDS
H USTON BROTHERS
Succsors to JA . W. REED, 32 . State
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREET
Capital, $5,000, Srplus and Profits, $6,0
Diii a General BankngBusinssa and Pay
3Spar set tntesest as Timei and Sa-sings
uspaosits. Safety Depsit Rises Wo rent
at $E.55aad upwasds
R. EasterF, Pres. W. C. STEEaS~e, Vice-Fes.
F. sELsas, Cash. H. A. WLL IAxs Ast

VJXLCHuAN (CENLRAL
"T7heNiagara Falls Rouet.'
Chicago Buffalo Bostos New York
Through Trains East-8.18 a. as., 2.4Sip. as.,
4.55 p. as., 9.30 p. ms. 11.05 p. as.
Lacala East--eli5 a. as., *11l.10a-si., *4.05 p ,
asle6p. us.
Thrasgh Trains West-Itt7 a-.am~,7.58 a. as.,
9.18 a-.as.,2.33p. as. 10.20 p. am.
Lacals West-IlIa. as., *8.28 a. ms., *1.fi p.
as., *6e10 pas.
*h (Excpt SAinduss.)
Conetions at Chicago for 5t Louis
Kansas City and the Wait
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbar

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girls yesterdaoy aftierntooni coexree
uorilisaoitle tfor tile -lieiigtit n U ions
builintg. Coaintg us it thd utter the
ctminiuedi itemoriaul propositionttihadheent
ligu rtivuely buriedlbetieathithet oatirory
andthtse suites uf lte t:tior lastise
geisertosity- it ol the msore strikinig.
the wa usofittppriciatintg this ationhh it
ah irlt the helter, let use see jul1seiwhat
haelie girls 11111thiemstelvesontirecordi
us wsillitug totuirti its-cctheir elasts.dues
forle h urichiase of hi isemia ul tht
til)-ey itcannotsee eceistollviuture'tdays,
tantt thseinonly itt companyit teith o Untioni
itemsbler, bust they hat-c gisvent is hearty

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
JeromelK. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. IRib - - Jan, 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith.......
LoradoTaft - . -Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman - - liar. _--
SOUSA'S BAND - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers . May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
Tick ets for the Erhtire Course - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or frsm Student Sellers
Seats rseraved-SO Censts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
S1MGL6k ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phome. 352
Office Heisrs: 4-6 Daily (Saturday except ec

Every Mani
in the University could be supplied with hosiery from
what is now in stack at the Co-Op. There is not
one man who cannot find the style to suit his taste,
and his pocket-book.
We have very moderate priced hose in every dis-
tinctive style. Black, Gray, Tan, Split-foot, Shaw-
knit; Imported Fancy Patterns. In Cashmere, we
have hose at 25 cents that is all a man can want.
In Imported Lisle we carry the finest weaves, a
pleasure to handle.
Try sne pair. It won't cast you much, and it is
worth while.
At teCo-Op.
THE STORE OF THE STUDENTS

MiA RS, TOBACCO,
SCANDIES

THE MECCA' BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST.

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