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January 16, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

AIGHIGAN CENTWtL
"The Niagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connections atChaeo for St.
Louis, KansasCity. St. Post and the West.
For information ad trughticietscaii anor
write to W. W. CASE. Aget. Ass Arbor.
COFFEE
Our own roeastag Mocha N8'
Always fres and Java
Eaeper pound
2i4 Man St. DEAN ( Co.
New Brullswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
ine Cigars and Toaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have ust received the largest and finest
inn of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
GRANGER'S
Ground rioor on agnard Street
One Block west of State Street
j Stores. 'Phone 2-46
YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
24 LESSONS IN Q
...DANCING... P
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
PALACEe. PARISIAN
,.LAUNDRY AGENCY..
Offlce 615 East William St. Pone 657.
Work called for and delivered promptly
M. F. DOWLER, Aqt.
GEORGE BISCHIOFF,
rLOIST.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
Chapin St., between Hron St. and Miller Ave.
Phone 09.
.$ at PICKWICK .a t se
BILLIARD PARLOR
and BOWLING ALLEYS
Fine Cigars and S. ROTTENSTEIS
Tobacco. Prop.
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
P.arO, Cara.n . I1 Tr.ins.

., ® M O fd

Iur Great
Pre-Invontorv Sale
20I to 50 . c. DISCOUNT
SUITS, OVERCOATS 9
O* Tr-o se-s, House Coats
Underwear, Bathrobes
II
$2.00, $1.s0, $1.00 Fra y Shi-s 7 9c
K STAEBLER (mWVERTH
IIANOSWERUIR, Caterer, ~i224TEST
Typewriting neatly done. Senior LOST.
theses given special attention. W. 1, Fountain pen - Waterman Ideal.
Willis, 1247 Washtenaw. If. Initials T. B. R. scratched on barrel.
Finder return to 1020 S. University
STUDENTS-Insure your Booksand and receive reward.
Wardrobe three years for $300 at a
cost of $2.00. Renewal permits granted NOTICE.
free. H. G. Sellman, 615 William St., The finder of a note book contain-
eod 124. iog lectures in Philosophy please re-
Typewriting. neatly dn. sturn to 506 S. Fifth ave. and receive
oe Misreward.
Ward, 621 S. 12th St. 77-82. reward.
ACADEMY ORCHESTRA. .CHATAUQUA STUDENTS.
Granger's Academy Orchestra will Students from Chautauqua County,
be represented at the Assembly to- New York, are requested to meet in
night by six of its best musicians. Newberry Hail Friday at fye.
This Combination will certainly furn-
ish excellent music. Those engaging IMPORTANT NOTICE.
this orchestra for parties can select The 1904 Michiganensian, according
the program of music to be used. 77 to contract, is to be on the press be.
fore March 1st, 1904, consequently alt
pictures, money, and copy must be in
Students will make their headquar- by February'15, 1904. . Michiganensian
tars at Root's Music Bouse this year sittings, at senior rates, may now be
for popular music, musical instru- had at Rentschier's ertRandais wstu-
ments, supplies and studies. dios. tf.
DAN McGUGIN,
The Michigan Daily delivered the Manager.
remainder of college year for $1.25.
Phone 461. tf. The Michigan Daily delivered the
remainder of college year for $1.25.
Typewriting - Done neatly and Phone 461. tf.
cheap. A. A. Marschke, 834 W. Huron THE HARMONIC ORCHESTRA.
street. 68-83. Furnisnes music for all occasions.
Dance music a specialty. Address L.
During Januaryall hair goods at D. Bates, Manager, 808 S. 4th ave.
one-half off. Miss Vaughan, near 74.50.
Quarry's. ws _
Switch made from your own hair,
S. L. A. BOARD-NOTICE. $1.00. Miss Vaughan, N. Univ. Ave.,
Sitting for Michiganensian group near Quarry's. tsu
picture at Randall's Studio at two
o'clock today. ,. Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
S. S. BOULGER, row's, Huyler's, chocolates at Cush-
Cor. Sec'y. ing's Pharmacy. tf.

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DIGNITY AND
DISTINCTiON
honor the man with a Black
Suit bearing this famous mark
1A fed enJa m in 9~
MAKERS NEW YORK
Serges, cheviots, thibets, vicu-
nas, unfinished worsteds;
chiefly for dress, though
equally appropriate for every'
day wear. Hand-tailored in
BENJAMIN sanitary workrooms
by salaried specialists---not in
contractors' unclean sweat-
shops by careless, rapid-transit
piece-workers. For years
America's standard sack suits
ready-for-service --- equal to
fine custom-made in all but
price.
The BENJAMIN price is right.
Your money back if anything
goes wrong. We are Sole Dis.
tributors in this city.
CUTTING, REYER& Co.
109-111 East Washington St.
Phone 582
Pantori'u m.I
Cleaning. Pressing. Rebairing.
336 S. STATE ST.
(Over Cnasbing's)
Clothes called for and
Delivered.
$1.50 worth of work for $1.00.
Leave Orders at Cunshings or
Phone 582
T HE MA R I
OF THE BEST
CL UE TT, PE ABODY &o CO.
LETT AND ARROW COLLARS

Ticket for four shampoos-$1.00. edeia-Either vocal or instrumen
Soft water. Miss Vaughan, nearQuar- tal. Come in and hear it played. Ann
ry's. tufr Arbor Music Co. T HOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
Fountain pens at Cushing's. tf. Free-A beautiful collection of best 8 LAUNDR
old sonigs wilt be given every pur- A
Bath supplies of all kinds at all chase of one dollar at Root's Music 326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
prices at Cushing's Drug store. tf. House. wfs.

WAGNER & COMPANY,

t Importinq Tailors 4

123 South "i Street,
DOWN TOWN.

WEAR A DIA1OND
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These magnificent stone4 have been the admiration and wonder of society wherever they were shown.
Birrios Diam~nis hive all the fire, life and lustre of geinuin! stones and in appearance positively cannot be distinguished from
them. It is a wanton wiste of m ney to invest $75.03 to $150 in a rel diamond that may be lost from its setting any moment. You
can wear the identical piece in appearance set with a Barrios diamond
AT. 1-20 Tnt COT.
These goods represent all of the latest mist pipalar styles atI desigis. They have the distinctive features of jewelry worth
many times their cost and from which they cannot be distinguished even by the most critical.
We absolntely guaraantee these goods to be as represeastel a-sd will replace any stone that loses its original brilliancy without
one cent of expense to the purchaser. Money returael withst q testin it case of diss-tisfavtion.
The Barrios Diamond is beyond doubt the finest, mist perfect imitation ever discovered an: may be worn anywhere with per-
fect confidence. All the beauty of a genuine diamond at a fraction of its cost.
BARRIOS DIAfIOND CO.
206ioutb flat Street.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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