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October 04, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
W E EWOULD HAVE l ttiti;, s .., i ,l r(tr:Otti,, ,n
+ YOU TO KNOW
" lat we are dolomg l)Obusies, at Managing Editor, J. SANLY ALEY.
Buiness Maager, CLAUDE~ A. THOMPSON.
OUR NEW STORE H:1iJC~ roe L
311 South State Street New -' --- ARTHUsolot UND'
A. M. (o, llatr I. Adrewsi
- 1)1 'ytold- 1. ttsilt' Jaye
(4 0,0e .5 5otrs I. 1' loKar
SThat or New Woolens for Sit A. unIt tttgg A. n, 0) eotyr
* te coinng fall trade are 7A ',: . t. r ste .o iteopaint i
iOn rad}.I\inn
* tOfie Hors 123to 130 and 63t 730
±pm daily
That we make itierit gar- Addess: CLAUDE ATi~nPSON, Huses
t meits for entlemien.flaaer 331 Pakard St., Tlephoe 61
*That we ap~precite or tr ade c
f 1and respecttfully solicita
4, cotinnanece of the amne.
""* Tuesday, October 4, 1904.
p,
G. H. WILD C0. Editor Today-J. Y. KERR.
"1fAILORS
" 311 South State Street.CAEDR
* SOIl ' ltese,,f er riotd.to te iac -
f* o.Mv trpt~nl v NIlo' October 5.-football, Michigan V.
1 htlt e itw,' sres 7tW'.Oio nNrthern lUniersity at An
q+"ff~~fff+fO Atbher
_________________________________________Octtoert 7 - IDano Jora's recetioon
Stot fresmttantgirl at Barotr cm-
TEXTBOKS ctoer S Football, Michigant vs.
TCEXT-OOKS lalamsazoo,('o11ege at Antirbr
CALL DEPARTMENTS Octoer 12-Football, Michigan vs.
Physicians and Surgotts, at Ann
J Arot.
OIt ober 1.-DeintJorlan's reeptiot
to sohmre girls at Baror m
htcgyntsutam atra.gma
IONTIJ PNS itr1-istl. ueonteSu
det rst intie AssoitonCottre
toetuntioratgttirlstearborstyar
sictobe att- tartJotha 'streceto n
MATMgNl attLt s'tirgirls ttatheBarbourtymar
tbetot etwat SiWoiatoe trngreal
telis iti y I ette tl e luisrrsdit y.
a ignificanlt fati thyatttrestent it' -r
galollstnd 'tmembery ofefltyeestt
CW1 n etou pacs. Tttitttboie o ld t' ow to seine su-
deOnTETOI. .. to-riattiigIMlichrianojoirit aitllty
ti t tt Ire . ~.. . ye'll n o ngi' ote i ersll ieto
Iii p11 CO. 71h tbrnft r t u e 't, t eeis nt rtohibiwt y
C ,]i~ l' ilt' ll t. loto it i' s esofi ay ittat
H111 u t 1t 1 S&t ioirtltt't n i the Cen psFert cillasu oe a h
t 320 S1 tl ..tltII. 'll i cilt ' eton is to ltthe Cl. ebrtiosrybut. e-h
Browns Dru SteJ n7Ttttl noai'Ie reittatoitits tlavtt
Cone Mtsan celebraet. i tton csoot itt lteolegnfed theirl
apiroveltoflste.bnieshm o
U. OF M. AT WORLD'S FAIR. *
see thte "twety girls fromoto cow.tit
Te .:iichoigant altuttni twers' well*0 \W' oircooat'ioga Spteialty
reptesenotedl.Ittsearly ato buldiot'I'. ee5 o
thin' sterettone otorei'oing ptti
I iotts. A '102 lit. hdcag fteU Dtl d-ltat
wfM xiih totheaeduc tioattbuil- rawi q
AndIthtt'ttagaitt, mnsy a Trhi~slh j Instrumients
eyes loss beett itottover to 'Ollot.'. t
Motyof tltes attreartissetttts are Out liteiscltudes thi'e aris
weaintg 0'. ott 0. tintor iteal.(Ine iais ofth
girl itt Mysteristis Asia boassted of ihe's- i 2
fttut. Withotis as a staterttere Keuffel &o Esser
mtttst toas'Its'settpins galtotclct at iltt It ttti'ttoat $1i4 to $22
Ite lair by Mtirhigant sttutents. jKer''s " - it $1 t to $18
MEN OF 106 INAUGURATE NEW :I'ine Second Hland Sets,
CUSTOM. IS to 20 Per Cent Off
(Ctontiinuetd fromtpags'ettne.i)
oee, a numberlco'of enotcrprisitng sp 1oin- tt dott tt'It itttit
tiers wereo' ult yesterday oafti'rtntton, t et's ittr tll yottrsuplliestl.
ando it is expoected that today lts'eota-
jority' of tc' junorts ittallodc'par't- 1Fro11m 111 our ttmmenst'estotk, toeican t
mtents will tallitlottet. Acrdn upl llyu1 nes1tLw
sotrictionos as to roloor, age, depoartmett
toe Sex. Th'lor ltsare opeon to isvtsBOKy
juirin collere. , Alll'S BOOK SU'Ritiil , 0
'Thires yers agethoetirsOtel toop tNEspiHEDUATRS *
noitog a-as inuuatesd at M\ic'higan by UNVRIYHAQRTS
los' joonier class. SWithoitoa swsep los' 103-105 N. Main St.
dlemtatndlsas sot gristot tot tops err 316 S. State St."
tortle'yte yoliegrapoot m Doio ~ ettoit, sodot' 0®0@#®i!N E1Oio
Chiago;111o'ocoll'ctionswere stsartetd. -_____ ___
mnaty studletsoavitog aislhigho as
otwoeioty diferenit sopecies; losengi-
tors intohelc sooet-wsoolioog olitart-I C. E. lBARMELL[
mniot laloedov oer-times t tottunouotthetb
Itrecious Iswirlersastooetsceter eo
C'amulstile antOCamptus sonversatieo
tos 'the tell.''
'The juniors this year feel toatswhoot
lie Uive'sitiy tneds is tradtion11.
'Tey hoe' to mate jooniotr toll spin-
ting a pesrmoanent cuistooni te heginonOt
tto' first Mlonday' of every srchool ye'ar.
Thoe botys are qils satisfiedl witho 11he
start they 'havt'tmadle astoolp1111'to
woterik oot it oesfullydoiritog thei
woteek.
Extensise repairs have been matde
Suring the summer on the oldl engi-
toeeritog bouilding. New floors liste
boeto laidl, new casings poit in, atoolfln'
oew stairwaysloavseIbeen built.
K. S.Ituu, a Japanese stuitesnt of
lt'e titiveesity. has been deliveeing-
lectoires ion "The lRussiano-Japtanese
War' and "Japtanese Civilization'
thirughouot the state this sumimer.
Inuoi is a me'mube'r ob tho- 'Wi literory
rlss.
On Frioday eveninog the Altpha Sigma
fratetrnity ttI -of toe oathic-delpart-
ment gas's.ahatnqouet to its mienobers
out to meono'ott lr. lDewey, on ('alt'er-
its street.
Diano 'oodwsard, hall-bask ontto hoe
V'ari'ty inl 1892, 1diedIof Ityphloid ito
ito C'hicage,hotly 3.
('olls'ge lbanners-all clIlegt's-all
styles aso Miss Loetll's, :282zS. Stat-
St. (Siecond flooer.)
CLUB HOUSE COMMITTEE.
'There osill to- ato imotnt metoo
tog of this tcomii~iitite itoiomIio\'.
H-., Wedniessday, Oct.. 5,atA4tp. no.
SECREITARIY.
t
r
Law, rvedical
and Dental
Books
New and Second-hand.
Dictionaries,
Quiz Compends,
Statutes,
Practice Books, etc.
SECOND-"IAND B500O NS
Bouoght, sold and exchanged.
'Tel. 6 l . 326 S. State s t.
A Merciful Man
is merciful to Ihis face. TIC
keeps is smooth and free from
irrttation by using
WILLIAMS' SHVNG
I
COFFEE...y
Always Fresh-Our Own Roasting
Geolden io, per lb. - - 15C Stariasalta, per l1). 18c
* tedssg Janvo, per lb -28e Atraboian Mocha, hoer lb. -28c
Duean A.5Co.' lncd, Ier lb.,20c
24Suth Min St.D AN iU C
org ;555(('gjg5g~' 1 sggsyggssss~~ ,s~~
I*~5 I000t"F~tt EO4o1o1.b*1I 111 l 5-1 r<L. IoI' IhI SII-I.r,,,I 4
WAGONIER &' CO.
Importing Tailors, hlaberdashers and flatters.
Are now in thteir
NEW STORE ON STAT[ STREET
this week.
0
,J THE VARSITY 9 9I
!QCIGAR STORE AND BILLIARD PARLORS
Will be eqsuipped with Brunswick-Balke
Collender Co.'s superfitne, regulation size,
5xtO billiard taobles, and cues with pecr-
fection hbutts, ehotny splice cue polits,
ivory tips, assorted wteighits.
f'M "
11
STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHING LINDENSCHMIDT -& APFEL YOUNG'S HATS.

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