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November 21, 1903 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-21

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THE MICHIOAR $AILT.

,"The Niagara Falls Route."
TilE SHOWT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connections t Chitcatoefor St.
Frintftrton atnod tthrughtttckets tcallttntor
wrilt o W.%V.CASE.Agentt.Attn Arbit.
GEORGE BISCHOFF,
. LOkI5T.
CH4OICE? CUT FLOWi~iky & PLAPIrI'
ChapintSt., betwten iHuroh Stt. andti Mil ler Ate.
Pihonte 30.
New Brunswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
Ithavetreeiveteitlargest att inettst
tlteettf
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
evertbrioght totiteity.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Eerythitng Neat andt Cleant.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
TeSchool for Dancing
Giroumnd FIoor on Maynard Street
OeBokwest o StteStreet
$ YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At T tte's, 338 S. State
0 '- . im .".- .

I feeff:N~f e rN f ~ f
For Thanksgiving, by the famous Third Rail system
from Jackson. The Jackson and Battle Creek Traction
Company's fine line will take the crowds both east and west',
on account of. fine equipment,' fast time and low rates.
Husncdreds ride daily for the pleasure it affords. See papers for the
cards or write for folders.

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MEow itsIT?
Yttt young ftllows are the imoat particular trade ini the
land, and all these years cloithes makers have been giv-
iog you the tag of their prtiduction-itever considering
yo ittiportatit eniotugh for a distinctly different class of
garitetits, till
THEtf"AKERS 01'COLLEGE C[OTHE[S
caine altong and prodiuced those smartly tailored gar-
mtents that havealeady hiroight us the hulk of the towns
youang oten's trade. Made just likce stpecial-order suits.-
Every hit as extreme as yout want and priced to tmetet
your puree.
Staebler ~Wuerth ,
SOVTH MANIN STREET.

THlE ICE-KING
.meets his enemy in the great
"Crofton" Coat, bearing this
famous mark
kAfred Denj'amin &(9
IMAKERS% NEW YORK
Cut 52 inches long from Eng-
lish and Scotch checks and
fancy weaves. Broad, concave
shoulders; hand-made button-
holes and close-fitting collar;
unripable pockets ; new one-
piece belt in the back. A gar-
ment brimful of snap and style;
warm as a furnace; the latest
English ulster with American
modifications. The ideal Over-
coat for football, skating,
touring, and all Winter sports
and recreations.
The price is right. Your money.
back if anything goes wrong.
One store sells thems here. Thin
is the one.
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
109-Ill East Washington St.,
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
SMAKEon

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THE BOSTONIANS. TEAM MAY GO WEST.
[lie early c-tining iii the Botstonians Mantager Baird received the follow-
is a remindler that with their retain ing telegram from Leland Stanford
always is heardl the note oif cheer anid yesterday:
happy expetrantcy. This seasonnthey Oakland, Cal., Nov. 19.
have the st rongest equipmenit in the Charles Baird:
history oh the organization, not only Would you entertain offer to play
in principal artists, headed, of course, Lelanid Staiifttrd New Year's Day ott
bty Htenry Clay Blarnabtee anti William Coast?

Lesstins, $3 tier Test of 12.%teeb H.AMacl~onaldl, 1but1intoe numerical EZRA fDeCOTA, -_______________
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street anti vocal streingth and ftnish tif the Graduate Manager.
PoROSOR SCOTT, PRINCIPAL chotrits. Their produietitons are new, Mr. Blaird dispatched an answer to Wmf. Ibo~c' tn,
andithelirecentt change that made the the effect that nothing coutld lie lone
PALACE R4 PARISIAN Bottotnianso a rorpotration its place ofI in the matter until after Tihanksgiv i'Zafllta r IPLuilber,"
a, pr~ll n ite m, is btelieved thayvI in'. If Michigan acquits herself withQ
T A EN Y i.woke a lpositive re-volution in the credit tin Turkey Day the matter will steam Gas fitter.
..L UND Y Aart~J . pirit111with wehich their perfor- h e presented ho the Board oif Control;
Officeb61iEsite itlit ,tSt t. i ie 67. iattcts are charged. Mr. ILoudon G. which has always takeni the pouition Iphone 667. 303 . sMate t
woi s uu Foi at i i s A otot pty harltotn is notw the mnissng direc- that such tritto are liermitted, not to
" sI 9DO [[R fAr. othliio rganizationt, and Charles win ganmes alone, hot as a reward for 41+++++++++++++
iR.tBacon, business manager. They playing good, clean football. £LEC AkIC FANS{
Cr c erJ c will lie heard here iii the successful The nien have certainly earned the
aitil deaervedty ptopular oipers,"Rotin trip this year, and it is more than tleetriicC Cafirog Diske5
Furnished for pantics antI church Ilow," which is annoutncedl for Moo- likely that they will he rewarded by
sflsauioeaeday evening, November 23, at the' Ath- being allowed to take the trip. . UeCtric Table LarnS5
soil twoeaeprices. ens Theater. Coach Yost remindedtl he men that
301 5. State St. F. . 5 A ILB[RT. -_______ they bail iot whipped Chicago yet, Ihf[ct, anyitin to 1iti1teh up yor
b__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ u t fe e l th e re to n o d o u b t a m o n g th e roo m. C al i n aod seo ur O ttety . '.
$5.00 IN GO DSTDNTOERTDnPN team that if this is the only obstacle
Tit he givesnuaway Wednesday, November 25, J..L. Lowery, a '07 metdic., fromj the trip is aso good as arranged. W.HEA III
1:0.M.atteMnhseMc.wapeate d s utogtLATW3TkJogto .odot 8iAt.
Pickwick Billiard Parlor and for appendoicitis last night at the Reg- POW k COMtPANY.
Bowling Alley to he on the road tn recovery. lo LEDO. o h
catl aseriti u~s u07Uiv.jAvue.te __________The lstSunday excursionofth
ii md te a. 57 5 Onv. ve.season to Toledo will he given by theI University ostudents desiring to no-
Studento will make their headquart- In the Faculty-Senior football game Ann Arbor R. R. on November 22nd. e uro positions to teach will find it to
era at Roots Music house this year at Ilinois, the senior team won by the Special train will leave Ann Arbor atl their interest to write to James F.
for popular music, musical instru- acore of 11 to 6. Coach Woodruff 10:25 a. m. Fare for round trip 50c. McCullought, 639 Fine Arts Bldg, Cht-
ments, supplies and studies. -tts played with the Faculty. 45-50 sago. t
8.AALIEEb I COMPU~ANYI 1. mpo~-rng Tilrs f 123 SDoutWraN StWreet,
W[AR AIlAk1OND
Barrios TDiamonds have beest worn for years hy different members of the diplomatic corps from the Soth.A srricaiu Countries.
These niagnificent stones have heen thme admiratioun and woinder of society wherever they were shown.
Barrios Diamonds heave all the fire,;lfe and lustre of genuine stones and in appearaiice positively cannot he distinguished from
them. It is a wanton waste of money to invest $75.00 to $i1o0hii a real diamond that may he lost from its setting aiiy nmomnt. Yon
can wear the ideintical piece in appearance set with a Barrios diamoiid
AT 1-20 TILT COST.
Ths od ersn l ftelts otpplrsye n ein.Te aetedsiciefaue fjwlyWot+-many imles their cost and from which they cannot be distinguished even by the most critical.
'We absolutely guaraantee these gtoods to he as represeiited aind will replace any stone that loses its origintal brilliancy witbotot:
onse cenlt of expense~ to thte purchaser. Money returned without question in case of dissatisfaction.
The Barrios Diamoiid is beyond doubut the finest, most perfect imitation ever discovered anil noy be worn anywhere with per-
fect confiudenice. All the beauty of a genuinle diamond at a fractioii of its cost.
BARRIOS DIAfI OND C O:
206, Soutb Plain SIreet. , f
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG SITORE

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