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November 20, 1901 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily-News, 1901-11-20

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TIlE IMlCIGAN DAILY-NEWS
The Most GOilVioGina Thing
tlia4 we could do that would tend to induce you to hety t
STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES+
would be to introduce you to a man who has worn them.
We cannot command the language withs which to tell yo uhow
good these clothes are. The makers attach their lahel be-
neath th~e coat collar ot their coats, asd they are so proud of
their reputation, that nout the slightest diefect either (if style;
fabricn or tailoring, is permitted to ester any part of their
production. Vou don't know how cheap....
STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES
are, until you save worn them. Why dlally with the' uks '.: r
,111tafntity of doubLtful moake,when you can buy the real thing┬░?
~LINDNSIIITT&IR[ +
EGYPTIAN+No(
TRU
*"No better Turkish +4.:+.
cigarettes can
be mae.""MICIGA]
Sell Suppc~ting Students.
li, :,,o Ti rsity there io about
EM L M S iaio- n yi n fvoorf'itithettforr
EM IIM s this 2 ~c 0us , t ewed for only
+" " '-74'4: ? AL.
I
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\Y p (IAN.
smv You Mom6
INSTRUMENTS and SUPPLIES
For your Lahoratory 'C uses in 4:.
It Al "' EHtOL(0)tY. BIOI)l. 'i ,
1IILSTOLOGY, antijI'ATHOLOG()ttY
andy'ii ca n e iau l ar li0ito 1 0 PE
EBERBACH &SON,
M~i l XL" 1' XI.'lXtt" ,N'ST UiI MEINI a..,l
for choolsI and L1boratories
ti
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Litrte ofI
I[TINGS AND
3ER INGS
F-I FIt-"-E--L -D~
.N NOTES.
'
'
w.
ti~me iiw,'otess 1 venii'iah alouidto blindi
iiwnt. (Others is'll tnespapliers, thiiiugh
titis iis a very trare mililoymni. t'kiii
r e in hd oicluptllii(ani onthll' dailies of
tl ity, iNlit1i' of-of-tnn'i li lhcon- 01
tribiute itmaily to ii.' suppoart ofi thats'
Ecrr'cpildi'nt.
"dia't siildi'its inahicwok gvefull
VilWticrwha~t thely reci'iVe, nilare
1ini evi'ry way5 ititlssfai'5iiIy iotheir (em-i
s ployer. Ini adiionlt, they tare genierally
l
i
l
ill )t<Al Ei aIN..
FINE ART GOODS
FramingaSpecialty
"210 la.Isi in "'i A nArt ,
ST U DENTS
1 o i t tu s is 3 r r l iiin:,;t
c e'n)3 ca} d s e ati r tiem
1110 .rc I have s5''ci511liOd sins
tahles, chairs, etc., aId'illt sav-" ve
F. W. WILKINSON,
xi IIS. Mtb St.
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 S. State St.
OAN U
DANCE?
IPrivate or chtz clhelO 5' iii rd rit~u
by Mr. mid 1M Iv 1l gCI (n~c.1 Icv
irrourd llcla r ri er's Acadinniy.
IN NEW QOfRIMS,
t his jst movedt SEt.ii " 't. (hiad o
Lila ity), iinite o u.n I cor wr
WM. HC CHREIN,
Si i Ci P liti sr.:ite: in 1111 (iFitting.
Portland Cafe.
M. STAEBE R
Crescent, Columbia,
Stearns. Syracuse
imid otier lBic''clee.
13cceSiihlies Ii cc l tchpair-
in4g, Ladies andI Gent's Ilirveles and
Tandemsar rent,
(10 tjTO r.
REsNOLDs BILLIARD PARLORS,
:12 S" STATE STREET ;
fiSTYLE
ADSer2VICE~...
STUDENTS
ALWAYS┬▒
PATRONIZE 4
L tOLMES'
LI VERY
IlibertyS,
Rowe'3 CityLautndry,
or neatly and promptly done,14
Oeli. - .110i letroit St.I
0. M.MARTIN .
FUNERAL
off.i~i .usDIRECTOR
dne'24 4thiAve Ph ' l 0 f 1 tsI
U~~l In call th ..: km:" .~
of tcvliinjg lboard aind is Iwinitg tt'iiei the butter students, as they rel'ize'.. the;
ItiL i in this isiusualtly'cciiithree taoi'eiving.
fouili'uripti ri lay, 'iii(] is sittin a
vi altI, stitny scswi s vheri' any thing Docnd't ly your 1Photoigraph fo tsr 'tic;
ieso 'i.iIiiie ifouid. BtL aiting oi l lidar . I'li ce 5youri'order's early' aid,
itll las iti ndsivaita-.Os thn' saliiatinavoid th' aswal 'iuh tiRtidallt, P t'hk.1
6eiii. Wiitied oti. ''te hairacerof fitulili'
t_'i roan of"5'ii-i.iii '4vii14dities 1I*Iie
t~li>is re'tfecte'dltinet iiiii'oa daty XAit-aynr fattier anid hei, iii sa, a'
ani "()leadru y iain oserving "It.I.1 ,14 I'i'epailri'iltiy ii tibh
waier Wul. aitiing 1tat11,tis i jii ' porutin-__ __
ty' ti t i tkei advanutageot' ifOiie Catholic Church;T'lasses 8:00,j
tias to do sic'I'(lrvituc tiearl tsoe'
svaittc rcay that Itls gceati'st betitc21030 . in.; Vespers 7:301 . m.
snvhits ,'arts't inthiat capiety begati
ivies ctsitiat lie hind earned, hut what XILtlVl.XD, THlE PttINTEtR.
ht, huh teavii-sh. ITe 'ttt hint as
Imgas hi' leas a nait-riihu ews'was lil.XSIIND I ' I0'XXR 111'i' gaod
hi iitds sheve. Thaut-is a ao ul Stilon-haindmachinem,';.11 I. W
to ioi . 'Maniy' iii iiti' roomirnut hisdic. 't40 S. State at.
by' t'ttig filitni'os.sail,'othi'rs mar,'
tsi.'ty' Lid a sintu's il' ii ea.rninig tieir tLO)SY-A .t cldlll'miinnt4i t''l X'iei'tiai
vol1;yvttitply'stavting in ti iithe ,'us ftauntotcIflnl. IReturn tuc.313 tPast'
salr si'son'me ill ladyvr'side's. Aim .I,'tfu'm'ullst.uid i'sa'eii','i','sar'I.
oti' 'the ilml reu~ihadind eduicetiton___________
sindhity' is runi iilatuniidrhy age'ncy'. As your profecsoran ud ie"s siy',
'nitoii'insill'c5 ties in knownseto ill ha,' 'AJtE r etl rs asy' itehi litn
very' iit.ililt'.niltincalahasingnieti- Jl,'cery'.'
iiili~lsv lIhniad',il soltot's, Is'
n,"' "v~xpncs. hadin(tihtteir loarn'. Sub-,'rlts' for the Dily-News-.
Hot Roast Becf Sandwiches.
(_)1eni(day atd mightt.
Huron .St, GOps. Court House
t
t
..
..BATH TOWELS
lFar your room oar the gymt'
At all Prices.
DESK BLOTTERS
-WE...
give thiitt away.
p.
IWILDER'"S PHARMACY
DAN CING.
l'. wtLv i ha' 1:fice.ily' ir..,i' liy WI
ha' i~l~I tSui Illi y' Oct.Lu. 0'mli tit
12 it. i-hadii a 1i,1)t. m., 'Tueridsy
ant Acs t)iI I,'r mmillers oIf ctais.
Proif. F.W. .Scott, Instructor.
.SPALISINtitO FaitT BALL SHOES
On allienr
Se~s inc S~tOmmeS os a r
loaus nits
MONEY LOANED ma
antrt li , .Oliiilo. i l tyi~sanii ii. 'a i 'i.ECTRI'oGRANI'MiandMAR5ILII 0OKS
Snail Piopety. Offiaeat '1115m'is',.5.l (tn 1'l'1in.i.t1~1C hh
Libety stret.Allbuyueri c~ntilenmi 4gnr lotARTISTIC ME-iI"Fi051.5. ii'mitl
Husce o1:5 .w n toiit3ii:iii a ndtu7'ta'il 'u N' 1 Moil adbL'' om ntin Sa n-5
i p. M. JOSE H C. iiA 1i. is 511nn1. 'hon 9. 'iltk) I~ei i t
J.F SCHUR,
lligli GradeMitlesi,. 'is'ste. 'teuctricalCnt natini. tt lllitb
SASNITARY PLUMBING
Ariesi s P O and e (5 1 Ft.tue's Stein antdlot iVaie leii lnhl. . i r t :hintl
It EkAST 'WAS14INO'fON .01' I.
IF YO(U'LL JUST DROP [INV
wheni on our street amidgest aestuaituedtt will tell l}els ins' 5to
sae money.
Suits i rusaset ' 25c. t'ronses ' toe
FULLER ca O'CONNOR, TAILORS.
fillS1,. William St. First Store West of State Street.
i
~-WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR FOR DRJJGS.

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