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Michigan Daily, 1903-12-05

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

V c~wA C~nA
e4rte Niagfara Falls h'outa,
TffE SHOtRT LINE--
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with irt conti on ss at (Iti iva- tir 1t.
Lois. Kas iy. t Pau ''ii liitile, West.i
write toi 1t. WV. CAXSE, Al.AnAbr
New Brlllswlck Tables
AT'
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate Si., S.
i ve ut rcivede' l arbea n id fiticst
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Fine Lunches io Connection.
308 S. State Si. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
*Grournd Iloor on fMnaord Streel
f re loick ivest ii, State' Sitreet
IStores. 'Phone 2-4-6
$ YOU CAN GET A
Hot Ljunch
$At Tszttie's, 338 S. State
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
4 PRFESSOR SCOwT, PRINCIPAL
PALACE &. PARISIAN
,.LAUNDRY AGENCY.,
Offite 6;,i st a il ltiama Si. Pmtititi 7
Wtork called for anit ili'iivcil Promtly
GEORGE BISCHOFF)
FLORIST.
CHOICE2 CUT F'LOWERIS & PLA;YnT
iCiaptin St., btweieini luSt.o hle Ave
Pickwick
Bilar 77 [. Univ. Avenue

Hlaberdashery
GIVEN AWAY T
We give a compilete Outfit of Htaberdvashtery cit ittir itivn
selectioin with eacit of these Suits. How iv Ieetl tin..Z
The price oft these sitits is $t8 each. You buy vie, 1
pity us $12.50, sod invest the tesit in hiahertiashery iof
yoiur oivnlseletion, therefore youagvtt it forntinitg."
It ytsa tily wool the stilt yo canflhave, it for $12.511atduil
litthIle Ibalance in the savings tbankc. .
Staebler & Wuerth+
IANOST!ZRFEIR, Caterer, SO*t22TA4SST.

MICHIGAN CLUB HOUSE.
Continued from page one.
tis iotlcartning. Al; Colutmlbia, Earl
Ilatl was given ky Williani Earl
Doidgefotvtte social atid religitous tile
itt Cotlumbvlia tsvn, while at Brown,
tRockefiellcr Hall was given tsr a sim-
ilotrhiurposse.m
"The Htarvard Unitin has kroutght ic-
get her ailIthetionflicting interests
which exist iti a large Ubniversity.
Whletnsitch interests exist sepaorately,
wuth110 coimmniiexpiressed relation-
siit, there catt le litle united tUti-
versit y ttirit. Daily antI comic po-
ipersmuiaial clitbs, debiating societies,
teatertnities, traitning tbles, religios
soicieties, state cltuhs. literary publica-
tiitnsihe Atletie Association, and
tmany othier gtrouips ot men run their
cilatrate coiurses all iuncoinscious ot
lthe cittmttintihind iot loyal feeling atii
telloshstip that, pervadles all. Bitt it
ttese various stutieni iterests ore
broughttoiigcther itt a central bitild-
ing, dedicateid loi the kighest idevelop-
minitvifiUniversity tencthIe privi-
lgsot which arc iteietoiiall alike,
wvherc eutenitfall itnterests omeet, Ike
reerredl setise ot a warm University
sptirit sptrings tilta05never hetore. 11
is Itrutly a Uniomn, atti a utniion ot ev-
uryiting in te sitdent lite.
"Fothelivcutiivatiiontoftthe truie,
loiyal sit-ctlledii"college spirit"- that
tive Ifor Altta Miater-tkat begino with
the firsitfrcshmtntd ays anti enidsontly
iswit lilae. Notintg casn doisitmtuchi
as5 this contgrcgai titinitt torces it a
SENIOR LAW PARTY.
Theiiseiriilawc class iwill give tirt
first class portytin Motnday evening,
Dietcembevr 14, itt Graniger's Acatdemy.
'This is ike firsitctntertainmet to ibte

CHICAGO DENOUNCES SCALPERS.
At .a meeting ofth le Juiotr tCollege
C'ouncil itt the tUniversity itt Chicago
this torning the' scalpitng o itt clets
foir University evets was denouttnced't.
antI the coitncil passed the tfollowitng
restoltition :
"Whereas, the practice itt tickect
scalping tsr tUniversity atkleiic events
amiog stuidents, wkichi sents tot le
growing prevalent, and is detrimctal
toi the spirit of the Uiiversity andtihie
moral we'ltare itt the studeticbotidy at
large; theretore lie it
"Resolvedl, thai this tpracticesii cont-
demned as tdisgacettul anal dislotyaltoli
Ike University.
THE STAGE.
One ,of the mntcheertful protmiscs
itt the neart'uitire is the rieturti vi
Tim Murphky, wko always comnes ladent
witci botuquet itt smilets tforhis tnu-
meros public. The genial cotmetdiati
comes Tutesday, tDec. 8, to liii Athetts
Theater. On this ticcasiotihe, will ho
seen in a new ptlay, Ike joint work of
twot o1 the brightest writers itt Atmer-
ica, George V. Hotbart atti E. E. Rose.
The name ot the new play is Thei
Ulan From Missoutri" atnd in it Mr.
Murphy' creates a ntew comedtiy char-
acler entirely new 1o his repotrtoire,
arid original to the stage. It is that
iof a broad type itt wide-awake Wi-st-
erner's lite in Washington city. As
may reatdily he imagineid, mattythitngs
mightlhappen ito this idescriptioitiit
genile'man, antI all ativlmotrc than tint,
wouildim naginekatitensti o lthIle mnt
ttrimtnisslouiri. Mr. Murphy casrrics a
thotrouighly coimlevt'etprodultciti, oand
is sutrroundedtlby a large compatny oi
arti1sts.
NOTICE.
Hantdt-paintedl china Itir Chlrist mac
gills at U'niversity AntShirt'. 56-xs
Girangers Acadlemy O~rchiestra has
arrotngediforthrle finetito llectionti it
ppuitlatrmiusic evit' owned'in theiit'city'.
510
Student canvassers watnted for the
newest thing out-the "Hutrry-Upt" en.
velopes. Salary or commission. Call
at t500YTtompson, front suite, up
otairo, between 1 and 4:30 p. m. t

A TRIUMPH OF
TAILORING
the princely Prince Albert
bearing this famous mark
Tred Benjamin &(q.
MAKERS '': NEW YORK
A ready -to -wear frock coat
that you cannot distinguish
from one made to your order.
Thibets, vicunas, unfinished
worsteds, double-shrunk in
the BENJAMIN establishment.
Fit individual and perfect,
being measured on a model
of your figure. Styles from
New York and London fash
ioners. Hand-shaped and
hand-tailored by salaried
specialists in sanitary shops.
BENJAMIN Whie and Fasy
Wshable Waiscats, too. The
p rice is rih. Yer money
back it anyhin ges wrong.
We alonesell this fams apparel.
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
109.111 East Washington St.
P hone 52
Pantoriumii
Cleaning. Pressing. Reairing
330 S. STATE ST. I
(Ovr.'C-hsislsgi'
Clothes called for and
Delivered. I
Leave Orders at Csies or
THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
ROWE'S LAUNDRY
326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phne 457.
Fresh Lowney's, Allegrettis, Spar.
rows and Huyler's Chcolates at Cuh
logos Pharmacy.

gie uigthe ycear.
Cr ck r dc Ihbet music his beten secuiredl
ftutulivotccasioti, atnd punch will hue
Ftltuthcdforstrvedi idurig tt'evevening. 'There
Furishd tfrtprtis aitd thurcht 'ill lie tus ocy-six lances, and there
Soctal at iholittle i ceots, itwill be an uinovation in the way itt
progirauns.'They' iill he iarticularly
301 S. Slate SLt. F. . GI[L[URI. aprpiuiialaelfir a law datncve, atnu
itwill itakesandcasomeisou stuvenirs.
Char.'l.'le's Th pr'ice o itt"etickvets is $1It0,
American & European Hotel t<tu(ikthos'euishinug ltattendl souutlud
Open. Day a.sd Night au uurcte inmtediately as the num-
Prirate inliighRoouns 5anine lvim'sc(1 u'r is limitiud.'ticlau twttcanibe secureid
BILLtARD MALL, iCOWLI~itiAttEY ACID fromn the tfollotwing coimmittee: Scha-
DANtn HALL.lue
Try tier fatu telouiiisteaks bergIlevuirat, Devitie,tRic'hardsons,
209-211 N. 4th Ave, Stton.

WAONIIR C&COMrPANY, c Imraortinq Tailors e

123 South "a1in Street,
DOWN TOWN. t

a4ataa .r .w' , ' .a- !1aRs LQ ,rsTa ! a'Et ?t !ti!ri J"ii'S 3w-iw ?s Ysa!i F }t- ,' 'QS+^ ,kH. ,at it k c +i G C t$tC 4 o ?c x4i ?' ti .' o i6Yctc ,:.o ; .a::as.sas..m a a, a a a tr ,+.z .,.Q.. o o sr..o.....o. _a..e. _a. _r _ .o..rr

I W[IARA

DIA"1OND

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Batrrios Diamtondus have been worst for years hy differemt members of te diplomtatic corps fromttihle SothlAtterican Coutitnti
Titese magiiificentt stotnes hone been te adttiration atnd wonder of society witerever they were shtowvn.
Barrios D~iamtonds have all the fire, life and lnstre of genuime stones atnd in appearantce positively cantnot be distitngitisihed fttont
tbent. It is a wvatttoni waste of money to isnvest $75.00 to $150 in a roal diamonid that may be lost froni its settitig anty tiometit. Yott
can wear the identical piece in appearoince het with a Barrios diamond
AT 1-20 THE[ COST.

Thtese goods represent all of the latest most popular styles and desigits. They have the distinticive featutres of jewelry wortht
many titnes themr cost and fromi which thtey cannsot he distinguished even by the most critical.
We absoluetely gnaraanttee thmese goods to be as representted attd will replace any stone that loses its original brilliiayithot
otto cent of expetnse to the purchaser. Money retunied without questiotn in case of dissatisfaction.,
The Bairrios Diamotnd is beyond donbt the finest, most perfect itnitation ever discovered ant inatiy be wornt anywhecre with lien-
fect confitdentce. All the bceauty of a gensuine diamond at a fractions of its cost.
BARRIOS DIAFIOND CO.

Ab
s
s,

206 South MUain Street.

£n~~tS w~~a S. ..',..SL,2. 4C 1.o s

.Y

c o$aopas fo-c i

' afAi ~Qi +.at r +. -+ t. sa"1 .rVerYne ie$eYn

WE ARE NEVER UNDER S OZD- GOQOD YEAR'S DRUG STORE

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