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January 12, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

XLCHI(GAN CENIL1
"I'e Nigara Falls Route."~
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connectioss at Chicago for Si.
Louis, Kansas City. St. Paul and the Nest.
For informsation and through tichets cal l at or
write to W. W. CASE. Ageet. Ass Arhor.
COAFFE
0..r own r.oastirsg Mochva W
Always fresh antd Java
28C per pound
214 Man Si. DEAN (8 CO.
Niew Brunlswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Ciguru and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 3i2 Siate Si., S.
t hoseost recceicedthe'ltvs n iet
lice of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
licbruh, ote city.
Fine Lunches in Conneciion.
Everything Nettcand tcac.
308 S. State Si. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Daincing
GRANG[R's
Ground Floor on Mraynard Sireet
t One Block wsof elState Strutc
jStoreo. 'Phone 2-4 6
YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At Tiattle's, 338 S. State
jLeonos, $3 ape i',cceoii2ll ',1 ~k
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, Siate Street
PoRnOSOR SuCOTT, PRINIA
PALACE &. PARISIAN
1.AUNDRY AGENCY..
Ofic015cc II i I~all '-0 'acac657
Workcalledirm ireecd prorcolly
". [..DOWLIIR, Aqb.

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IPro-Inventory Sale
20 to 50p. c. DISCOUNT
SUITS, OVERCOATS 9~
i. Trousers, Rouse Coats
III!IIUnderwear, Bathrolbes
7r$2.00.1$1.50.1$1.00 Fancy MI.-ts 7 9C
Ole : STAEBESLER titWVERTH
lN !®0ls~iN~~OA$IiONNOi iN

IA NOSTEIRUIIER, Caterer, so~lt AE4ST.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES. I INNOCENT MAIDS.
Olieac1coulnt edf teperfoirmiance, At the Athens Theatre on Monday
ci the Coumedy Clubthe soial sef the anti Tuesday evenings, Manager 'T. W.
Assoeciatioin cliculoleui 'or Saturday IDinkinsxwiiilipresent the famoiseol-
riltil 11s10 icn 1101postied till next' esque' and vatidevilie organization, the
wee. Iinocent Msaiuds" in a hili which, it
io pronisoed, has never heen sirpaso-
)iilricolare o11101 for Ike howling!el The entertainnient commensepc
tournamientcctoice heldcii ihe Asocia- ;with oide-splitting farce cailedI"The
Lion1 alleys bc-inning Saturdlay, Jan- Magic Hat," and introduces sonic of
ciae h:,Pc-licincie xviilii rie thle top-linero in the vauideville Ifid.
Janiuary16, 20 and21 Among the specilisols who will he
seent are the great Irish wito, Foley
andl lale; the Southern Nightengale,
Deane Vaughcecan adressedl an audi- t eouisoe Satour; the queens of songand
c-ceofcithreeci'hundred omeninl lMclMil- Idance, Biackford and Weot; GCiwell
lani 1101 llinay inight ccl "Scecef. itaindl1Hunter, and the Garden Trio. A
iteligicun." noveity entirely unlike anything seeii
_________________- iii a shiiw of tis kind wviii he "A
(Coninuledcc friomipie 'onie) Study in Art," which requlires fur its
- ipresentation"Itn Oeparate' scencs.;
tainedcl1111and c l lve iit.Sio far00 I liii'closiing featuire wiiilice George
k~nowc' telicciccof it tollh iao not Totten Smith's ciever huriesqule, "A,
cfiicially rfoi o c ocgnize this lire-iLottery 'lTciet." The fuli strength ccf
rilgacivic-citthic' Boalrdl ictDirectors, Ithee cmpniiy is utilizced in tlilaclever
aithocuigh icldividucal memersicoI m'ayatir'e.
littc ld lo ilse." -
_____________NOTICE.
Theic'illic-higaie Dolly delivetreclthe Tue aniiuai meeting cit thi' Athietic
rninlilltr ciflt'eclige ye-ar fcr $125 IAsociatiicn wiil he held in tUniversity
Phoine 461. 4. Hl Saturday, January 16th, at 1:30
_________________ p. mi. fur thueiclctiion of Treasurer,
inianciai Secretary, Eciothali Manager
"WVin" di lilt-c, tformer-ly anIeni'nelet'tasnd Interschciiastic Manager.
lii,>- stid-ntal ail te cte' iccct',visitedc GEORGE P. SWEET,

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of BEJAINEapp AL EN-
JAMINe Winter Suits n vric
chotser,tssimsthaets
vicunasunfi nisd orses
S'and Shakpead:"hand-aor
aparel otha proclaims the.
ofAo'lnodaysingtthesoraisey
of ENAMqPrsIN ppre? rN-
336I WiterSAtsirc
clevots callieratibds
$icun0,woreishewickstue.00
BENJAINeinrdOerrac~not
Pnri hney,002ns rizs
viua, n cothcevos

crtnd n AArbc~r yetctrdiay. At President.TH MR
GEORGE BISCROFFCo. cceicc c i Switch made from your own hair, OF THE BEST
PLQI5 T.oueeseaiebya $1.00. Miss Vaughan, N. Univ. Ave.,,
CHOICE CC'I FLOW 05 S& PLAINTSi-c cliecnllllt ecar Quarry's, s ' epr piia.Altwltoo SIR T
CieapineSt.,hIete te i uo n io leeAe.ta aproedaplianlclies candcmethcco' eMcia aiydivrc h LUTPAOY&O
t:hai 89chxMcia alydlvrdth tUTPEBD cO
- know ' t c the c'ofesin arceemplouyedl. reneainder of coilegeyerfr$.5 anur
icalil-, cc-iecil'Phionedlii. tf. CLUETT ANn ARROW COLLAR2S
'5 caefaesrepi~ed'c. Hailer's Jew --__________
$el rp ry N Store. tf. NOTICE-TRACKMEN.
Frcs ccwn 4sex itg1 1 1 Spar' All ranuildates for the trackc teain
Pick wick 8owling Alleys. ,c l llec ,Alic'la la~ arc requiested to meet in the TIrophcy
Contst.cloes t IIp. ., at rday I~c. 'ccc:3 owc an eci ot-(le'hcclca 'ealis- ececm of Waterman gymnasium at 7:0 igs1hray .M redaJnay12 HMSRWPoreo
CN cetex 1CxE1 TR Ala.Lc. , 'u A. KEJauary ,12
Sotwtr iss Vaueghan, ne'ar Quar- Gaptain,
DIRECT LINE ry's. tuftr Typewriting - Done neatly and+
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS FonanPs cheap, A. A. Marochke, 834 W. Huron 326 N. 5ih Ave. Bell Phone 457.
Fountain Pen2atSouth frlai. StStree7,
.4 WAEEEEJ A Y 4 mp ringTalo s e~. 2 DOWN IOWNret
WEAR A DIA"1OND
B ircio, Diamoiceds khave been worci for yeacs by different mecmbers of' the diploimatic corps from the South Anmerican Countries.
These ma iicettstoine's have biee the admicatiotn and wocndec of society wherever they were shown,
B irrios Diamnds hive cll thec fare, life acid lustre of genuine stones and in appearance positively cainnot be distimtgnishled from
them.s It is a wanittoti waste of in ey to iticest $75.00 td $150 iii a real diamond that may be lost from its scttinog aiiymomnt. Yon
can wear the identicail piece in tappearance set with a Barrios diamond
AT 1-20 TE[COST.
These goods represenit all of (lie latest to -)it p ipolac styles as I designis. They haive te distiinctive features of jewelry worth
many tinses their cost and frotn which (laey cintnot be distinguished even by the mast critical,
We absoleitely gnuaraatee these goods to be as repcescemte I aild wilt replace any stone that loses its original brilliancy without
one ceiat of exepenase to (lie parchaser. MA ncy raurcici withi i.t q titi t ii iie s of disiatisfactioia,
The Barrios Diamond is beyotnd donbt (le ie st, titspcrfect imeitation ever discovered and niay be worn anywhere with per-
fect confideince. All the beanty of a gemnine diamond at a fractioti of its cost,
BARRIOS DIfODCo.
206 Sautb fMain, Street.
WE. ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STORE

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