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October 11, 1905 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1905-10-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

G. H. WILD
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in
the City of Aclusve
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-class fabrics and
special style for st-
dents.
09
G. H. WILD & CO.
S31 S. Sae S.
A
Fount ain
Pen?
Yes Sir!
Try this Sheehan's Leader
It writes smoothly
Feeds evenly
Has a solid gold pen
Looks good---works good
Its the best pen that can
be sold at the price
$1.00
You'll find it at
-Sheehan & Co.
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal property.
Watches and Jewery repaired.
Bargais in Watch s&4aDiamnods
011cc at res(iecee3:3tE. Lierty 't
Ass Aror.
flrs S to 1130 a. i., 175313035ad "t
9 p. M
ALL 1BUINESS COFIENTILt
JOSEPH . WATTS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY. St iSlis 1f;Ij .-sS' AIRl SS

theclltege tyear, a 0 Eao1st asint
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager, WALTER E. HANS
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1ew.............r1hur). foundlt~
Exhag .......... Charles E.istead
Iloen ........ ....... .t J. .Almstn
SLouis .D . Sickney.
( ASSO1CI ATES5.
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Add Eress:OWlTEJ eoe. ANS'Buiness
Manger, 2ClaS.y1h StA, Pont849eL.
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GYMNASIUM'
SUPPLIES
AT
Reduced -''rites
We furnish your entire out-
fit at the lowest price quofa-
tion in the city.
Gymnasium Pants 50C
Gymnasium Shirts 50C
Gymnasium Oxfords 90C
Supporters 25C
Tota $2.15
Comlbinatioll Price
$1.90
Textbooks AtlticieGoods
COLLARS
thi 11perfe'.: ftellds:it hich'match
thee
Cllars
' -- s=t' Cluet
Ctr'. -Ottas soe Arrow
ile lseete arealk r
Cluctt, Petbody & Co.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.1J B1 ) Jeii . I sisV elhal
W911 i . nol 1). V' C. Vagha,
Ja~s. 5. IW a'e.t. F1. 1.Itle
N. .d. Kyr .ioilii, i'sre
I rt:I'. ai e r Ihri s ian t it
A Little Money
brings big face comfort and
makes shaving easy, if invest-
ed in the famous
WILL1IAMS' SHAVING
ALARM CLOCKS
A10 to $1.0
Folliy Gu.arantesad
Ou(le'latr Cteock are 5etiestade
fortir 111'monley. ine wasthriri ngiit
aspecially.
J. L. Chapman, 206 . Main St.
THEFtIARMNERS AND MCIHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capial, $5,00, Surplus an Prfis, $6,000
Doees a Geerrl BankinglBusieess end ay
6per cent ierest en Time ad Seeite'.
lessl. Setry SDestsBees to rent
at; $.00 eel pears
B. KlrePErs. W1. C. OSereeS, Vie- Pr..
F. S. BELLEsss ash. IR.A.ItnLsAeseAs.

% 111 hIAN CENTA
THE SHORT LIRE
CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR to BUFFALO
BOSTON
t NEW YORK
with direct conneetions at Chicago for
St. Louis. Kansas City. St. Paul and
the West. For information and
through tickets call on or write to W1.
W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
SOUSA'S BAND
ERNEST IH OSIPSON-SETON
(Natusralist, authlor, anid~ lectturer.)
JACOB RIIS
(Social reformter 11577aeuthor)
JEROME K. JEROME
(Enlgland's humo77rist)
LORADO TAFT
(Ameerice' s greate'.tlivinscloptor)
LELeAND T. POWERS
(Ismpersonator)I
F. HOPKINSON SMITH
(Aeutsor, artist, asnd lecterer)
HON. CHAS. B. LANDIS
(Eloqcentlpoliticiean and eraser)
FREDERICK SWARDE
(NotedtnlihSakseaenactorasid lecturer)
(Usniversty of Tirgisnia)
ORATORICAL CONTEST
(Open snssmser)
S. L. A. Office-Main Corridor, University Rll; Hours, 4-6 dailly (Sat-
urday excepted.) Richiean Slate Phose, 1152. elCourse Tickets, $2.00; Seats
reserved ass xra; single idnission, $1.00. Tickets may beostained at S.
L. A. office or from student sellers.

co-o0p
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Co=Operat ive Store
310 SOUTH STATE STREET
The Co-operative System is the only way for College men to
secure low prices. The first week demonstrated its success.
The ordinary business-for profit methods cannot
cope with the Co-operative method.
Join1 the Co-O0p

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