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November 14, 1903 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-14

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THE MICIIGAN DAILY.

IACHrIGANCEN
"TheNiagara Falls Route"
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, KassCity, St. Paulad the West
For informaos and througisticketsccslon or
write toW W.W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor
GEORGE BISCHIOFF,
rLOk1t5T.
CHOICIE CUT PLOWE5R5 & PLANITS
Chapin St., between Huron St. asd Miller Ave.
Phone 809.
N~ew Brunlswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
Ihave-ustreceived the largestlandrinest
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neal and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancingj
GRANGER'S
Ground floor on "agnard Street
One Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 2-4-6
YOU CAN GET A '
Hot Lunch
At Tisttle's,338 S. State
Lessons, $3 per Term of 12 Weeks
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
PaRFESSOR SOurT, PRIsNtAL
PALACE R& PARISIAN
..LAUNDRY AGENCY..
Office 615 ast William St. Phone 657.
Work called for and delivered promptly
P'. F. DOWLER, Agt.

110W I5 TI?
You young fellows are the most particular trade in the ;
land, and all these yearso clothes makers have been giv-
ing you the tag of their production-never considering
you important enough for a distinctly different class of
garments, till
THE fAKERS O COLLEGE CLOTHES
came along and produced those smartly tailored gar-
ments that have already brought us the bulk of the towns
young men's trade. Made just like special-order suits. ,
Staebler @ Wxierth,
SOVTH MAIN STREET.;

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The Michigan Daily
Sent to your address until ordered discontinued, for six cents
a week, one cent an issue.
Phone in your order, (No. 461) or fill out and mail the follow-
ing coupon:

---- - ------ ------1903.
The Michigan Daily:--
Kindly send the DAILY until ordered discontinued, to
the following address. I agree to pay six cents a week for
same, one cent an issue.
Name- --------
Address ----- ----
WiY NOT READ YOUR OWN DAILY?
OVER A THOUSAND.

I

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YOUR BLACK SUIT
to be correct should bear this
famous mark
MAKERS NEWYoRK
Serges, cheviots, thibets, vicu-
nas,unfinshedworsteds made
lustrous and lasting in the
BENJAMIN shrinking plant.
Guaranteed all pure wool and
fast color---or your money
back. The single-breasted
sack: 4 buttons, narrow lapels.
The double-breasted: 3 but-
tons, wide lapels. Both have
broad, concave shoulders,
hand-padded; hand-made
button-holes and close-fitting
collars; all hand work except
where expert machine work
improves upon it.
The price is right. Your money
back it anything goes wrong.
For sale by us only.
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
109-111 East Washington St.
AN ARROW
HIT-
4 0o
CAN TAB A"
MA iDEN QUARTER S ZES
15 C'S ECH 00 TWO FO 2511.,
CLUErT, PEASODY & CO, MAKER
Phone 582-3r
Pantoriumi.
Cleaning. Pressing. Repairing.
336 S. STATE ST.
(Over C.sshing's)
Clothes called for and
Delivered.
Leave Orders at Cushings or
Phone 582-3r.
Wm. lbocbrein
!Banitarq1plumber
ZtcAm & &0 fitter.
pbone 667. 303 5. State St
Bath Supplies of all kinds at all
prices at Cushing's Pharmacy.

According to "Printer's Ink" no un-
dergraduate collegiate publication,
daily, weekly, or monthly, has a cir-
culation of over a thousand. It is
the ambition of The Michigan Daily
to reach and considerably exceed this
mark. There is reason to expect that
this can be accomplished. The circu-
latin is noiw well up In the 800 mark,
ani is still increasing.
If a college "Daily" is clean, newsy,
representative, and the subscription
price reasonable, it would seem that
everystudent faculty member, alum-

.~ ' o ,aa ,aa, aw .u a aa ~a .. , wau
Cracker Jack nus, and friend of the University
could well afford to show his college
Furnished for parties and church spirit or good will by subscribing.
socials at wholesale prices. . MICHIGAN MAN LECTURES.
((continued From Page One.)
301 S. State St. Us . GI[B[ T. ment is rendered dounly difficult, and
---in many cases the first thing to be
$5.00 IN GOLD done is to employ all possible means
:gv ny p. ne., a tt'e to rid them of their prejudices of
P kP ad m'odern methods before attempting
P k c , Patoran anything farther. For this reason
Bowling Alley the irroblem of rendering Manila a
Under new management. For explanation fit place for American habitation is a
call and see us. . 707 N. Univ. Ave. far more difficult one than that accom-
- plished in Santiago and Porto Rico.
Pantorium, 336 S. State. Cleaning, Nevertheless Dr. Burns stated that
Pressing and Repairing. Clothes four years of American occupation
called for and delivered. Leave or- had worked wonders along these lines.
ders at Cushing's Drug Store, or and in time the transformation will
'phone 582-3r. be as complete as in Cuba.

It is very easy, however, to drop
into the habit of "sponging."i.e., read.
ing some one else's paper. Never
having had te satisfaction of read
ing his own "Daily," there is undoubit-
edly some excuse for a student in not
subscribing, especially when he has
to pay down two, three, or four dol-
lars, as the case may be.
TheMichigan Daily byits offer ot
a peniiy palter, six cents a week,
mailed or delivered, does away with
the paying of a larger sum at one
time, and enables a person to have
a trial at reading his own Daily and
paying for same a smaller sum than
is charged for any college Daily in
the United States.
PROF. NORTHROP TONIGHT.
(Continued From Page One.)
spondence by Secretary lBoulger it is
expected that he will come in the
early part of December. The date
will be announced as soon as fixed.
The lecture will tegin promptly at
$ o'clock. Doors will open at seven
MUSICAL CLUB NOTICE.
The picture of the Musical Club
will be taken at Rentschler's at 8:30
this morning.
J. W. WATLING.
Jewelry repaired at Schleede's, 346
S. State St. 42-46

W AGNER COMPANY, Inporting Tailors

12" South "ain Street,
DOWN TOWN.

WEAR A DmIA1OND
Barrios Diamonds have been worn for years by diffiereut memnbers of the diplo:nitic corps from the South American Countries.
These magnificent stones have been the admiration and wonder of society wherever they were shown.
:. Barrios Diamonds have all the fire, life and lustre of genuine stones and in appearance positively cannot be distinguished from
theta. It is a wanton waste of money to invest $75.03 to $150 iiia real diamond that may be lost from its setting any moment. You
can wear the identical piece in appearance set with a Barrios Diamond
AT 1-20 IE1[ COST.
These goods represent all of the latest most popular styles and designs. They have the distinctive features of jewelry worth
many times their cost and from which they cannot be distinguished even by the most critical.
We absolutely guarantee these goods to be as represented and will replace any stone that loses its original brilliancy without
one cent of expense to the purchaser. Money returned without question in case of dissatisfaction.
The Barrios Diamond is beyond doubt the finest, most perfect imitation ever discovered and may be worn anywhere with
perfect confidence. All the beauty-of a genuine diamond at a fraction of its cost.
Barrios Diarnond Co.
206 South |fainOu1treet,
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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