THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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INVENTORY SAXLE- MRX GOODS_________________
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SAll V4 and $25 Sits and Overcoats at:.. $2000( 1-Prc13Reu d13Rdutfd
All;18 and 0ttSuits ad Overcoats a...1500 12Prt TII edcd -ZRd~
A1l15 uits and Overcoats at ....... 1250 Th Clothier
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® Established 1811 106 Hutrsn Street# Eas
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We are prepared this season to meet every demand, an
we have increased the number of workmen. As unta
* we have robe Finest Lucas qf Woolenss in the
" city. Art and Skill wilt predominate in itur work as in
j the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
_ S. W. BURCHFIELD
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Specia Diaaners 12 to 1:30
at P. M. Daily, 35,Cets It
For Laciesad Gntlemen
315 S. Stats St. Phones 467
New Brunswick Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars ad Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prp. 312 State St., S.
I have ust receied the largest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ver brouogt tthe city.
ine Lunsches in Connection.
Eeryt hig Peat adt Clean.
308 S. Sate St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dncinj
j roood Floor on "ranard Street
One Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 246
Stif r .~'4 ti~t~r15
$ YOU CAN GET A
A Tuttle's, 338 S. State$
2 4 LESSONS IN $31
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street1
PALACE 86. PARISIAN
Oftee 15 East William St Pose 657.
Work clled Cr and deivered proptly
H.If. DOWLER, Aq.
316 5.:PMain St.
v .LCHIGAN CiNT1
"The MNagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
with direct conetos at Chicgo for St.
Louts, Kansas Clty. St. Paul and the Wst
For Oforatos and throogh tcets calon or
write to w. W. CASE. Agent. Ann Arr.
1ANGSIUIRIftIR, Cat~erer, SOUTHn STAT# ST.
GRAND OPERA IN ENGLISH.
The etompany which Rose Cecilia
Shay brings with her to Ann Arbur
this year io the strongest urganizatmnt
of its kind outsitde of New York. it
is equal to any anti all of tto demntts
of Misa Shays high standardl of ;raind
opera. The special orceistra is 1ito
ter the direction of Cartlo Nicusia, vino
woo for years Mascagni'so concert
mister. The chous is catpable, tuneo-
fuil, well drilledl anid goudtoobolkup-
on. The costuimeo are all that art
and generios expenose etoultd supply.
The principals of the company too
clide such artists ao Alexandre Liun,
who was the bright, particular star
of the great French Opera Cotmpany
in New Orleans for toe past twit sea-
sons, Joaeph Fredteriehs, whsose per-
feet tenor vooice caused tots to share
hoonors with Miss Shay laoi: seasoto;
William Stevens, whu has been prum-
inently identified with the Emma Jooch
Grand Opera Compainy, the D~amroosch
anod Seidel orchestras ais otther simi-
lar organizations; Lawrence Mooney,
who is consideredt one of the beat bar.
itones now singing on the American
stage; Miss Dlaisy Thttrne, cue of the
naost soiccessful singers ever swith the
famotus Tivoli Cotmpany of San Fran-
cioes and Sarah Carr, formorly mezzo
of the Bostonians.
Such an organizatioon can scarcely
fail to receive tho must practical ap-
treciation of lovers of good moisic
Itod the highest form of draniatic art.
The Bohemian Girt wiltltbe the opera
Fountain pent - Waterman Ileat.
Initials T. B. R. scratchedt on barrel.
Flutter return too 10211 5. University
snot receive rewardt.
The finder of a note btook contain-
ing leetures in Philosophy tlease re-
turn to 5016 5. Fifth ave. atoo receive
Students from Chauotauqtia County,
New York, are reqitested too moot in
Newberry Hail Friday at five.
The 1904 Michiganensian, according
to contract,- is to be en the prens be-
fore. March 1st, 1904, consequently alt
pictures, money, and copy most be in
by February 15, 1904. . Michiganensian
sittings, at senior rates, may now be
had at Rentschter's or Randall's stu-
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he was born in 1877. He attended the
preparatory schooul of Manchester Cool-
lege and entereod the State Normal,
force Haute, Indiana, where he re-
imaineod a year. He then enteredlthoe
Law Detpartment of the Unoiversity o0
Michigain, ando after one year changeod
too the Literary Depoartmenot where he
enteredolon tihle tomboinetdLiterary-
lie was a member of the Adlipi
debating team which won the Coip Do-
sate o0 1903. In November, 190.1, he
won a place in the Inter-Department
tDebate- anod was the only representa-
tive of the Literary Department to
matte the tUniversity teanm which will
retpresent Michigan in the detoate with
Mininesota, Jail. 15.
Tickot for dour shampoos-$1.00.
Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar-
ry's, tnt r
Free-A beautiful cotlection of boot
old songs will ho given every poir-
chase' of one dollar at Rout's Music
Fotintaini pens at Coshing's. tf.
Bath supoplies of all kinds at all
irices at Coshing's Drog store. tf.
The Michigan Daily delivered the
remainder of. college year for $1.15.
Typewriting - Done neatly and
cheap. A. A. Marschke, 834 W. Huron
The Michigan Daily delivered the
remainoder of collego year for $5.25.
P-hone 461. tf.
LADIES AND DANCtNG.
Mr. and Mrs. Granger announce that
all ladies holding membership cards
of last term, are entitled to three
weekts' additional lessons, on account
of hulidays, etc. Call at Academy and
presenit card. Beginners received at
any time. Correct Dancing Taught.
Fresh L owneys, Allegretti's, Spar-
row's, Ruyler's, chocolates at Gush-
ing's Pharmacy. tf.
Bedelia-Either vocal or inntrumen-
tal. Come in and hear it played. Ann
Arbor Munic Co.
ELECTkIC LFANS +
Electric Ca ft'kg Dishes
Electtic Tabl~e Lamps~
Is fact, ,nythito ig a tt p. 5yur
om. Cll is and . aao r diatot>y""".
WA5H=TIENAW LIxHT &
C,.. Wat,,ag0.5 .end t1, A..Ph an270
Or other personal property of
-value. Watches and Jewlry tHe-
paired. Bargains in Watches
Office at residence. 331 L. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hours 8
tolt1:30 a. i., Ito 3:30 p.., 7to
9 p. m. All Business confiden-
tia. JOSEPH C. WATTS.
- Used by althte Leading
Foot BatltPants-Lace fret,
lotps and knees ptdded with
ficrted loats and thighs
witho cane strips.
4. A. . SPALING S BROS.
Sew York, Cbicago, Dever.
Spading's Oicoia t 'BalsltGuide
or7903. editedt by Waiter~amp.
Prise ill cents.
QUARTE'R S; vg, Q Al T 3 tEo
P hne 582
Cleaning. Pressing. Relalrng.
336. S. STATE ST.
Clothes called for and
$1.50 wortb of work o $1.00.
Leave Orders at Cnbtngu or
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o"ALLEN'S FOR QUALITY."
o $10.00 and $15.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
j We give the Best Clothing Values, saving ynu from $3.00 to $5.00~
on Every Suit or Overcoat yuu Buy.4
/ The baianee of the month our Annual Sale is on we give ynu the,
jchoice of our
$10.00 Suits and Overcoats for $8.00
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats for $12.00:
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