THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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CTlals sale includes tlhe
SCLOTHING afa:Mou.AT MACK C. A .'S
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INVENTORY SALE MARX GOODS .
During the month of January we will sell Iadies' Coats Ladies' Suits Fur Neck Pieces
All $24 and $25 Suits and overcoats at..... $20 00 - r- d-.
All $18a u itand nd Overcoats at....2. 50c TiRe d12e
All $15 Suits and Overcoats at 1 0I ..P.......... 12 30e -SReucd -tsie
Sath Robae st Coat 21 S No Reserve--Everything 1-2 and 1-3 Off
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R. RAND LAIL, THE I Established 1881 106 Huron Street, Eas
BVRCHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
We are prepared this season to meet every demand, as
g we have increased the number of workmen. As usual
we have &pe Finest Line qf Woolens in the S
city. Art and Skill will predominate in our work as in
the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
E. Washington St.S W. BURCHFIELD
'47 -47 -V 'IF W
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Speial Dt ners 12 to 1:30
V P. M. Daily, 35 Cents V
rev Ladies and Gentlernin
31S5. State St. Phone 467
New Brunlswick Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S
I have ust received the largest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean,
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY
6 ..aa ....amo... ..
The School for Dancing
GRANG ER'S +
Ground Floor on ranard Street
One Block west of State Street
I Stores. 'Phone 2-46
YOU CAN GET A
At Tiattle's, 338 S. State
Lessons, $3 per Term of 12 Weeks
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street/
PROFESSOR SaOT, PRINCIPA'4
PALACE e PARISIAN
Office 615 East William St. Pone 657.
Work called for and delivered promptly
M. F. DOWLER, Agt
316 S. Plain St.
"The s igara Falls Route."
THIt¢ SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
with dlt~ct cnnecions at Chieo fr St.
Louis, Kansas ctty S. Paul and the West.
For iormaton and throughttcketcall onor
wrtte la W. w. CASE, Aent. Ann Arbor.
IIANGSTERrER, Caterer 224S
9 9 SOIJul STATE ST.
(Continued from page one.) MUSICAL CLUB NOTICE.
Professor John A. Fairlie, Ann Arbor. The members of the Musical Clubs
The officers, in addition to Messrs. are requested to be at the D., Y. A.
Bible and Fairlie, include, as vice- A. & J. waiting room at 7 p. m. to-
president, William F. Moeller, alder- night. A special car will take the
man of Detroit, and as trustees, F. F. Clubs to Ypsilanti.
Ingram, Detroit poblic lighting com- J. W. WATLING,
mission, E. R. Nellis, mayor of Wy- Manager.
andotte, G. W. Detwiler, alderman of NOTICE-07ENGINEERS.
Owosso, J. N. Sampson, mayor of Ad- N ting ENGdNEERu.
rian; George H. Phillips, Battle Creek. Class meeting Thursday, January
a 14, 4 p. in., Room 10, Engineering
Building. Important. 74-75.
Dean T. Smith, professor of surgery .
in the homeopathic department of the THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
University of Michigan, read a paper Furnisnes music for all occasions.
before the Northwestern Ohio Homeo- Dance music a specialty. Address L.
pathic Medical Society at its Decem- D. Bates, Manager, 808 S. 4th ave.
ber meeting. The title of the paper 74-90.
was, Iodoformplombirung in the NOTICE.
doformplombirung is the technical There will be a meeting of the Bird
name given to a new compound to be Club in the Curatorhs oefie, Museum
used in filling the bone cavity. The Building, Jan. 16, from 7 to 8 p. m.
paper included the report of a case PRIZE OFFER.
. treated successfully by this method in TeJ ZE o c i
thehomopahi hopitl t te Ui- The Junior Hop committee hereby
Sthe homeopathic hospital at the Ui~- offers a prize of $10 for the best Jun-
versity. This method of treating di- for Hop poster. All posters must be
seased bones was devised by Profes' in the hands of the committee by Fri-
.sor Moorhof, of Vienna. The case day, February 5, 1904. All posters
treated at the homeopathic hospital submitted are to become the property
is, so far as the writer of the paper of the committee.
knows, the only reported case that Junior Hop Committee,
has been treated by this method in H. S. PERKINS, Sec.,
this country. 702 S. University Ave.
Olliver W. Perrin, who last year Jean Persons, who played on the
specialized in the actuarial courses of- Michigan football squad this year has
fered at the University of Michigan, just returned to college. He suffered
has taken a position in the actuarial during the vacation from a severe
department of the Penn Mutual Life case of quinsy.
Insurance Company at its home office --
in Philadelphia. The position is one President Blain, of the Senior class,
with very good prospects; and that has appointed a stein committee as
there is a demand for young men follows: "Kid" McKoy, Chairman;
trained for this kind of service is in. "Bob" Parker and S. S. Boulger.
dicated by the fact that the offer was
one of four of a similar nature which Students who have frequented the
Mr. Perrin had orler consideration library lately have probably noticed
at the time of acceptance. the new application blanks. TheyI
are smaller than the old ones but
The University of Iowa is to have more conveniently arranged so that
a $25,100 gymnasium ready for use there is less danger of making them
next September. out wrong as previously has often
The new Rockefeller Hall at Brown been the case.
University will be soon opened to the During January all hair goods at
students. It is similar in a general aha a
way to the Reynolds club in Chicago. one-half off. Miss Vaughan, near
New classes in Dancing now being
formed at the University Academy, The Michigan Daily delivered the
State street, Wednesday and Satur- remainder of collego year for $125.
day evenings.tf Phone 461. tf.
" ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB. Typewriting - Done neatly and
At a meeting of the Rocky Mountain cheap. A. A. Marschke, 834 W. Huron
Club yesterday afternoon it was de- street. 08-83.
cided to hold a banquet in the mid- The Michigan Daily delivered the
dIe of February and to have a group remainder of college year for $1.25.
picture taken for the Michiganensian, Phone 461. tf.
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1 LJuCTRIC £AN5
Electric Chafing Disses
ilecCtic Table Lamss
Is f-,eanything Ct.l.ezs ap v-a
room. Ca1 oand s .c, d41 Spay.....
WAs5iTENAW LI6HT &
Cr. Waaingto aed rth Ac. Pions 070
Or other personal property gf
value. Watches and Jewelry Re-
paired. Bargains in Watches
Office at residence. 331 E. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hours 8
to 11:30 a. m., l to 3:30 p.n., 7 to
9 p. m. All Business Confiden-
tial. JOSEPH C. WATTS.
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IF SALDIICG'S OFFICIAL
Used by all the Leading
FootBall Pants-Lace front,
hipsand knees padded with
with cnso strips.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
N Sew York, Chicago, Denver.
S Spalding's Official oot Iall Guide
for1103.,died iby WalterCamp.
Price 10 cents.
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CLUETT, PABOOY & CO
Sakees sf Cluet and Mnearch Shirts
Cieaning. Pressing. IReairing.
336 S. STATE ST.
Over- is- ing'a)
Clothes called for and
$1.50 worth of work for $1.00.
Leave Orders at Cushings or
Zteam & a fitter.
Vbone 667. 303 5. State St
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"ALLEN'S FOR QUALITY."
$10.00 and $11.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
We give the Best Clothing Values, saving gou from $3.00 to $5.004
on Every Suit or Overcoat yuu Buy.
The balanee of the month our Annual Sale is on we give you the
choice of our
$10I09 Suits and Overcoats for $8.00
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats for $12.00,
ALLEN, THE CLOTflIER,i1a s. 4UN srzft
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOID-GOODVAR'S DRUG STORE