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December 14, 1904 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1904-12-14

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THuX MICHIGAN DAILY
MILK CHIOCOLATE
No swetmeat has the charm
of PETER'S MILlK tiloCO.
LATE, and, despite many
attempts at imtattion, its
popularity antslearter,
on the incea se.
FOR
. " rEATING
ONLY
Collegemen find a
grateful degree of
comfort and service
in the Brighton
Flat. Clasp Garter.
Now worn by near-
l y two million men.
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Royor & Co
rf SOLE AGENTS.
. I -A=;^ N O-E Leading Clothiers,
IiN EVERY HAT. Hatters and Fur-
t>._ ?ectorand~eroflldaiialare;
ALsocit fluaranted. lar dealer nishers.
is thoited to reptaceFreciCharge.
any flat which isalot atisfactory, 109-111 East Washington St.
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CHRISTMAS 1904 NEW YEARS 1905
Going Home? West
or Southwest?
Secure Tickets via
Missouri Pacific Ry.
OR
Iron Mountain Route
FINEST SERVICE
QUICKEST TIME
Free chair cars, Puilman steep-
icars, dining cars, semi-
tourist sleepers.
Tm-Daeds. e., jfor the asking
write or call en
H D.Armstrong, -T. P. A.
233 Washtetoaw Ave.,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
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RCNT.5CHfLtIR
Pkotog rappier.
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Std f:e,t:'W...'ec ef1)r
P'rice 25c.at ft os or I~y mail.
PIONEER SUSPEN1iDER CO.,
19I Ma-ket Stret, 1 5'hludelrhlt.
I have just recetved the argest and finest
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
FINE' LUNCHES IN CONNECTION
Everything Neat and clean
Agents for B. B. 5. Pipes.
308 S. State St. R. E. JettY.
E. DI. Ititne. Pres. Harriton Soule. V. P'res.
i.: . Ctarkson, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
- Of Aaa Arbor, Mich.
Capo~al, i$0t,000. Surplus and profits, 000,000.
a Buy a
Parker Fountain Pen
at
to< Mann's Drug Store
213 S Main St.
Q PICILWck .0
BO7WLING ALLEY
R ts-iotly Vp-to- date.
S. RO4TTENSTEIN. Pr-op.
"707 N. VssIlr. Awe.
REMOVEDh Frets Athens thea-
iN~~Y~ tee buildinsg to No.0
208'N. Mats, first door north of post-
office. Phone 301.f
** TEE ATHENS PRESS, Printers.
"IES~TON'S LAST VICTORY."
To commemnorate the closing game
of Captain IHeston's football career,
namsely, that sivth Chicago, Me. Fraiak
M innis, leader of thse Minnis orchestra,
has comoslOedl a tmarchs-twso-steps en-
titled "F Ileston's Last Victory." The
producetiona has jest been pttbtished,
sand is pronounedot ly critics as the;
test of its kind that has beect issued in
the city this season. On thse cover
page is a large tall-tone of the ex-
cap~tain, surrouttdedt by a decoratiots of
laurel, ptrinted in college blue, making
a striking attd suggestive effect. Comn-
itig a- it does at thse close of the great
half-backs football career, this two-
tesholdl enjoy great popuolarity in
:innt Arbor musical circles.
'GtEEE, BANJO ANt A H NDOtI N
CLUBS -
t,,ereymeember nst meet sttecial car
at the wsailing room at 6:43 tottighst.
lis car swill sot stotp at State street.
NOTICE.
A steeling of the IHoosier club wilt
lie heldt in roomt C, University Hall,
today at 4 P. Ius All Indiana men are
invitedt to attend. President.
NOTICE.
All ttersotns desiring to accomtpany
Keystone clb east toed in their tames
toy Saturday normt. IThose wlto tave
already signified their intetttiott of go-
tog antd whso wisho to obtaint sleepinsg
accomtmtsodationts s, attditsnatmes at Itse
sae titme. Gesttosan,
311 Thomptison.
Ptarties at Gratngers tsis week o
Wedesdsay, Thutrsdtay, Fritay attd
Satstrday . Thse acadtettyttrchtestra will
futrttishs nmssic for alt. 63
ROOMS TO RENT.
D~ootble tarlors, two betts; suitabsle
for tssos or Itree ; all ntodcrn conven-
ettces, fitte seat. 6to Lawretnce. 63
Ertiet Pboloorapber
rOPULAR PncEns. No. 10 Henning 101k
Job Printing. Meyers' 215 Main St.
nouth. Phone 281. tf.
Qutality int suit eases is our specialty.
591f Atlets, Main St.
Latest novelties in suitings at Ful-
ler & OConnors, 619 E. William St.
The folks at home would appreciate
a Michiganensian. $1.00 each at
Wahr's. tf
Go to Cushing's for Htersheys &
Cailler's Milk Chocolate. tf
Steam and French dry cleaning and
repairing at Fulter & OConniors, 619
E. William St.
You'l tot feet poor whett you learn
our prices ott suit cases. Allent, Main
street. 5911
FREE--The Michsigan Football cat-
etsdar given free with every purchase
of $i.oo or over.
56tf Foster Art Rooms.
Mandolin and Guitar successfully
taught by Mat. C. Fischer, studio at
Ann Arbor Music Co. 44tf
Try them all, and theta look here for
sutit eases. Allen, Main St. 59tf
Stmalt box of popular cigars, suit-
ablc for Xmas gifts, at Stitmpson &
Stinspsotss. 16e-70
MEL GILESPIE, TEACHER.
Of msandolito, banjo and guitar.
St.ate street studio, corner Liberty.
Telephone 723. 62-3-6-7
Conttlete line of fancy smokitog to-
bacco, cigars atsd cigarettes for Xtmas
gifts, at Stimpson & Stimpauts's. 62-70
Parties at Grantger's thsis week, Moo-
stay, Wedtnesday, Thursday, Friday
orchestra will fturnish thse music for
allt. 62-3
CHJEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
Office, State street studio; telephotte
313L; office hours 410o 5p. m. 62-3-6-7
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ISTEAK AND OSER
I HOUSE
t Strictly up-to-date
j European Plan onlY
~OYSTER' BAY1
315 S. State St.
004 t1 -1 1444* 0444ofGEORGE BISCHOFF
FLORIST Choice Cut Flowers and
IChapin St, between Huron St,. and
Miller Ave. Phone 809.
Da~ncisnj S3.UU
Uisversity Academy, 336 Stale Street
Watches, Clocks and JewelY
Repaired by expert workme
at reasonable prices. Alt worik
guaranteed.
JI B. EIBLER, Jeweler, 109 W. Liberty=
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
'Parlor Cars on all Traias
D., Y., A. A. & J. RAILWA-
For D~etrott, hatf hourly frets61a.In" Pt
tit 6:t5 p.o.tthen 7:15 st, 81 ,845, 9:4, 10.4
l).m.I Yrsianti onydh6-5,'7:4 , 11 -.
ta. until 1:15 p. no.; then s:i5 and 11:1S p. m'
Waiting Roo. HuroSt., west of M03lO
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$.PURITAN SHOES $4.00
Have you seen our
Tan Grain and Blacu Elk Waterproof Shoes at $4.00?
Can not be duplicated elsewhere for less than $6.50. Better
see our new line before you btiy-yota won't regret it.
South
"inlaS#. "
f IVE TICKEtTS IEEE for shines on our new ma-
chine, with every pair of shoes.
SERVED WRITH WHIPPED CREAM
Hot Chocolate or Coffee
Asad Rolla. Cak. aos- CsaarsPuffs.
loco
Pennycook, the Confectioner
Phoese 266 -310 S.-State St.
EGY PTIAN -
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DEITEs
7ern ~11-tter' Turkish Cigarette can be made
CORK TIPS Look fos- Sigassntt
OR AIN f . ANkis. s-
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Always ACbeadp ++
MIL WARD, THE TAILOR.
The Best
of Evegthiag in TailorW

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