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April 08, 1902 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily-News, 1902-04-08

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TIIR . ICHIGAX- DA LY I
1kRO TGDIGBOTig
tat we could do that would tend to. induce you to buy a
STEIN-BLOOM CLOTHESj
wuld :b to introduce .you to a rman who has worn them. 1
Wecannot command the language with which to tell you how
good these clothes are. .The makers attach their label be-
nteath the coat collar of their coats, and they are so proud of
th ar reputatio n, that not the slightest defect either of style,
rta riaor tailoring, is permitted to' enter any part-of their
3x uci ')on do't know how cheap.....
S TEIN-BLOOM C LOTHES$
aretil youl-have worn .themo., Why dally with the _unknens 1
In~rtity of doubtful rnake,when you can buy the 'real thing'?
LINDMSGIIMITT & iirti
EGPTIA
DEITIES
'"N0 beter Turkish '
CCrte-can,-
xbe iadpia *:: 1 1
JsReceived
,A supply of new but already
well-known
Td faliiuiHe I biSW +
A. simple but efficent device
Hg~ermiloni0, - - o
112 S Main Stre~, - 324 f S. State Stree
unh nY uSuit and Top Coal
HERE,"
You by- Rig-ht,
Greatest variety of all new goods
nade expressly for young' men.
Special consignment of Easter
fats just received.
Greatest'variety of Easter Ties -tu rv tt o
STAEBLEH & WUERTH,
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Near Material for
BiURNT WO ,
also Causteries for same
M1ARKHlAWS BAZAR
F 2t5 So. Main .St.
U. (f MNtit. tLALt
Onx iise i asudutini-, guitars and
1iijxrv isa niall p.Lyinn'-1 t at 1noad-'
Wete ixii iesi i itihman-
1x1i1an(iitr iui and for tihe
Catholic Church,;1 lasses 8:00,
10:30 a. in.; Vespers 7:30 p. mn.
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Why Not Own a University"?
Comne in and,-,r'etixinew l 4eo
'I ASLINE STUDENT LAMPS
THE SUPERIOR MFG COO
329 S. MAIN STREET
lIedqiI ters for V Is h A c't
. ixiC l i- a
R.---- S.---- PAU-------
121) W. Washingtosn St.
You wll~ findt a nice line of
stapie adldFaum
(IrousM3Is
Good Butter and Fresh Eggs al.
ways on hand, at reasonable
prices. GivF me a trial and be
convinced.
Remember the Place.
'phosx, 305. 120 W. Washngtons St
ITUTTLE'S
LUNCH-IROOM
338 S. State St.
GRANOER'S
ACADEMY OFDANCIMO
Phone 246. Private lessons in
'dancing by appointment, hour
lesson $150.
Skates Ground
and lVepAired
wshle you wat, at
Bailey & Ednmunds,
ims E. LIberty St.
DANCING
The Second Term fr Beginners toam-
mnes-s Tuesday evening, Jan. 14, $0
for I lessons Invitation dancing
party Saturday evenings. Unversity
D ancxig Academy.
Prof. F. W. Scott, Instructor,
Bicycles Repaired,
4tx 'a tilllinat f icylesu ne
olri, et.Lock Repirxig ad Ky
P itn .
WM. J.WENGER,
11 a1E Lietit - -'Ihn 553
" A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
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tixriii t i st txli
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,1 i ii' the iiaingottiig a i on i
:~liii >=iri. wiiei isvaiablyIl ii
111t PALDINGOffitil xxI ii e a ii iiasi
Gittisi iiiit'xstteiiaii fotbaillk(1it -'i
(lacic and Aisn footialls, fiii-R,,,(hi-et
Ball, x exitt i io B sbli i-s ii.a1 is-
lxx 7ici l Aei cI pe ett
A. G. SPALDINGi & ROS.
> Makeix rso-a#
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,.t ELECTRIC OR4NITE andt MARBLE WORKS
i ugh Johnson's Cih. A.Cxole. Prop. ;Manuatuiser addr-
Pio~eer afe I4 E Hurn t.flsgner sf ARTISTIC MEf1ORIALS. We is adie
Peas is 214E. uani 0I2iClay s, eoialtand base tar maxiiigSan-
5)e ay o r xnighi. Board $2.5) per wIiti, c sa. 'Phoner WO. iso-a4 Deiroit sr.
J. F' SCHUM,
:*-aix trade M'anland ra, er.si leitica-l CsnstructlinatdSuplies.
SANITARFY PLUMBING
Artistic his and Rletric Fixtuirrs.SueastrEaHt Witter Heating. ;swing Maciuiee
07EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
Sack tuits Pressd - - - 25C 'trousers Pressed, - - b~c
Dress Suits Pressed, Soc.
All our work guaranteed and done promptly,
FULLER & O'CONNOR, TAILORS.
is 9E. Wiiam St. First Store West of State Street,
Viies-
Amn-

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