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November 09, 1904 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1904-11-09

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THE MICHIGAN 1bAIL?
KEEP IT ON YOUR
TABLE.
You will find PETER'S MILK
CHOOOLATE Not only a d1l1-
ciouo confection but a nourish -
ing and nutaining food. Easily
digested. Does not create thirs.t
Innist upon
P[T[R'S.
The imitationo are Iisappoinini
® + Cutting,
** 1dtM oo&a
b
it
- ib I +Oioi
:'ZQi7AL GUARANTFF
IN E VERYIHA T.
ihF- The Clor and Wear ofthistflat ar
' ?'ibsoltfinuranteed. 3nar dealer
snAhoized toareptacefreenofcharge,
f 1 ayfat which is Not Satisfactory.
SOLE AGENTS.
Leading Clothiers,
Hatters and Fur-
nishers.
109-11It East Washington St.
_I,
II
A
.
Ptosgraphler.
BRIGHTON
CL~P GARTER
"scored"at therfiststy for gol." A
"lhnsrspof rig hto earesoud show
nearty twocmiion en.There sno"sb"
for theBrighton.The sgnl orBrighoe
ply ius-
"Confort-Neotiessaevc
tPtONEERSTSl' NiS'i.E'so.,
711 ak tnskr"reet, PtO cl11hit.
DON D. WIIII1f01S9 '0S LAW
ST END 0G tRA PHIS-_
OFFIsE:NoLaw Suis dn
1i41tHSil:i 3t 5 1. cI., ecet tSat'lyaista10il()
l: .l. aattda ,. Phone 715-L
tResidtnce301t. solNat iiistreet. lEvenins
CASH POSITIVELY CASH
No orders for cabs for parties or entertain
mints wilt be taken this seaso unless
cash accompanies she srder.
RATES:
tier tattle t and Civicipartic ter
tat inttis - - - -tr.Ilt
Excivee c C iaelsg- - 3.(0
Coupe- - - - ::.11
Rnbtson & Co. Htotmrs' Livery
Watker's Livery W. H. Stark
I5OR"rA[ VOlTE ONIO11-F
The Students' Christian Association
Wili Decide Tonight on Co-
Operative Amend-
ment.
At the business mteeting of the S.
C'. A. itnighit an impstortanat change
wiilh i sictussedt which wilt provide
itir co-oerativel work hy the three
('iristianiassotciationss in the unsiver-
sity5.
Thiietthange is mtost inaportant to
upipirciasmen. The perfect harmony
cvisltig between these associations
it presenit is in strong contrast with.
thei feating in formetr years. There
seeis to tie no question as to a
uitanimoutits vote for the proposed
chantge-. All the mtenmbers hail it as
an imiptortanit stats toward aggressive
Cihrisiass work throughout. While
this etianige has been brought about
chiieiiy by the efforts of the officers
itt the respective associations, it
t! iets tie hearty approval of .lhe ad-
vivory boarids. In additions, the
mtemtbers of the faculty, who have
teen abtitou watch the work of the
associatiossn front year to year are i
fato ofi tthte anmendment. Under the
nit scystemtititere wilt be two men
scretiaries atid one wonman secretary
whocititcttdtevotte their entire time to
assoctiationtswork.
A FINE COURSE
Ttev Y. It. C. A. Star course coin-
tnitleis ptleaseit to announce that
t uthe axatd Julia Heinrich concert
iof the cioursecittltie given on Mon-
thy, Dlecembter 5. The course opten
weitth the tamsitClUeveland Ladies'
trcetsra (Atred Mtazdtorf idirector),
suttir tdOty several sotoists, Friday,
GLEE CLUB NOTtCE
Fitntl rettearsal if ihe Gtee club to-
tigttat 7 o'tcsotk, room C,,CUiversity
tall.
THtRD HONOR
Reubens G. Htunt, 'Varsity chanion
lawns tennis player, has receiveit the
rank of third by a contnittee at the
Western Lawn 'tensnis association re-
centtly appointeid tar the istrpiose of
grading the extierts. Kreig Cotlins
and L. H. Waidnter were awcarded
Birat antI second rank, resttectivety.
FORESTERS' CLUB MEETING
Mr. A. Frotttinghamt will give a re-,
port of the work itone this sunaner
on the forestry reserve this evensing.
Refreshments.
SECRETARY.
LOST WATCH
Gold hunting ease watch, '03, en-
graved on outsisde. Finider please
leave at Y. M. C. A. anit receive.
tiberal reward. 37-39
Job Printing. Meyers' 215 Main St.
south. Phone 281. tf.
THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Address L. D. Bates, manager, S0S
S. Fourth avenue. Phones-Belt,
1066lJ; Home, 289 Red. 24tf
Go to Cushing's for Hfersheys &
Cailler's Milk Chocolate. tft
Suits pressed, 25c; trousers, t0e.
Fuller & O'Connor, 619 E William St.
Latest novelties in suitings at Ful-
ler & O'Connor's, 659 E. William St.
Single room for rent; telephone,
electric tight, bath room and alt con-
veniences. 908 Monroe street. tft
Face massage and steaming a spe-
cialty. St. Trojy's. 22ff
Arkansas, Texas, Mexico
AND
CALIFORNIA
Are Best Reached via
St. Louis, World's Fair City,
AND THE
Iron Mountain Route
Two Daily Trains to California
Three Daily Trains to Mexico
Four Daily Trains to Texat
Four Daily Trains to Hot Springs ,
Six Daily Trains to Little Rock
The BEST of Everything
WRITE ME,
HI B. Armstroneg, T. P. A.,
1233 Washtenaw Ave.,
ANN ARBOR, MICH-
O0YSTER B,
SSPECIAL
S UNDA Y
DI NNR
315 S. State St.
Univerrity Aae 336 State Street
BAILEY & EDMUND
Guns - Fishing Tackle - Ammunition
Finh Nrts for Decorating,
tat cast Liberty St. Aits Artior, itcb'
IREMOVED i 'onAtbShi-
itsgte u NOMaintirst door tt eiacn
office ItP o 41
THE ATHENS PRESS, Printers.
01110 CENTRAL LINES
A+ IT.ih truehumanty of thee as s4 letion of +4.44'4'1 -4 II ~tLYI44W *
SEE OVR DISCOVNTED LIST
Voni Halve.Costiutia 1 -istr. ThoapeUttotstitutionalI History
latlis ittrn Porlisticufon nmy
Wil~us, U.S. Seelcorot io. C ie tisse 11arsal's Life
C20 1aN~hai ( 8''Co., Opp. Law .Bldg
WE LEAVE SooNy
The folks at home would appreciate DRC SC
toMiehiganensian. $1.00 each atDIETLE
Wahrs. tf TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Partor Cars on all Trains
Steam and French dry cleaning and . ..... earn t ulr&OCno',-1 dl~
H. William St .V A ~ . Railway
Try some at Cushing's Fine Choco-Fr erotthl hulyfrm6-5a.m gp
l 615 i. tiei 7_:15. vi, 8s-45.9:a5, 10:4
lates. tft . . 1.ortYpsiani onlsy, 6:4il.45s, tol15nA
In. utuil t p. .; its-is9:ll asid 11:15 p. iO-
Get your Gym oupplies at Cushing's. Wavttg Doomiciurni St.. west tiCfSats'-3
1
Before and After
CIHOCOLA~TECHIPS
MADE BY
Perirycook, the Confectioner
Pho.s 266 310 5. Stmt$ St.
I
$ 3.50 PURITAN SHOES $4.00
Itaive yoi seen oura
Tan Grain and Black Elk Waterproof Shoes at $4.002
Can not tie diuplicalvted l is Ciiiforless ihan $50. IttReer
see ouirtvi nte i e isiefor iitti bitt :55 wontf leitit.
119
South-
[Mt TICK[TS [REE Cutestimes oouriieissma-
chine,wifti vey at tii tiC vites.
E GYPTIAN
DEITIES
Aim Ratter Turkish Cigarette can be made
CORK TIPS Look fo.' Sigsatullro
OR. PLAIN ..f S. ANARGYOIS'
_/
Always Ahead
In Styles.
IL .WARD, THE TAILOR.
The Best
of Everything in Tailoring

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