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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-17

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

SCOTH INGNJZT sadust.4
CLHR.3HFNRe INVENTORY SALE M ARX GOODS ~
Du rintgthe tht lotf Jtanuary we will sell
+AllV24 and $25 Suitsand Overcoast...s.$20 00 UTZ .
.Al$8 and VO Suits and Oercsat. ....t 15 00 ' IR Clothier ~
All $t5 Suits and Overcoats at........ 12 50 .. +
4 Bath R bes R~t Cost .It Sut a i Sl .ti . {

REDUCED PRICES IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS
IDress and Street Gloves, Bath Robes, Dress and
IFancy Shirts, Hosiery and Late Styles in Neckwear
ALL REDUCED IN PRICE DURING JANUARY
* a MACK & COMPANY.

f i i~t* *~ '~O 'T 1+ ! i ,THE Er 4 e '' rQ '

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stablished 1881 106 Husron Street, Eas
BVKCHFI+IELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE

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We are preparod this san to meet every demand, as
we have increased the neuber of workmen. As usal
we have Che Flinest Lime qf Wooles in the
city. Art and Skill will prcdominate in onr work as in
the past. We reapectfully invite your enquiry.
S. W. BURCHFIELD

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OYSTER. BAY
CATERING CO.
CA FE
AND B AMNQ VE T
Ir a HALL 9t 9t?
Speial Dnnr.ers 12 to 130
3 P. M. Daity, 35 Centso3
Foor Ladies arnd Gs.>tlereer
315 S. Si.te St. Phxorsi 467
New Brunswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Ciars antI Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
t have ost receicedtle' largst tndiest
lie o
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
everhroght to It ciy.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
- et'ryttsg Neat asS Clea.
308 . Stae St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancingq
t GRANGER'S +
Ground floor on fMlanard Street
*Ose Block west ofi State Street
Storc. 'Phone 2-46
tYOU CAN GET A
$Hot Lunch
$At Tuttle's. 338 S. State
24 ...DANCING... $
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY. State StretF
PALACE In PARISIAN 1
,.LAIJNDRY AGENCY..
Office b55 East Wivlam St. t'sue 65.
Wre cated for ad delivered prmptly
PHOTOGRAPHS
CALL AT
SEYfrOUR'S STUDIO
316 S. an St.
"LCHI6AN CENT wL
"e1Niagart Falls Rote."
TslE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct cosnectios at Chicago fr St.
Lasts, Kansas City. St. Paul and the West.
br inormaion and thrugh ticets call n or
write to W. W. CASE. Aet. Asn Arbor.

IA NOS"iZIRIIZRCaterer, 22 S0ElT LECTkIC FANS5
Elcctiic Cka f its 1}Diase5 ;
CHURCH SERVICES. (Coiitinuied From Page Two.) feti oteLtss
Congregational Church. at i atoh'littifaictvrliiy . s~ , aytttlug to ighteths4pF 0.
C. S. Pattiin, Pastor. n test e oe ha vrbuyro. Cali inase or d play.....
Morning service at 10:301; sutbject of wiii have seats, anti no caves of
sermon, "The Place of the Heroic i neutmonia wiltie reported. Bit for+
Chrstan aih ad ife" t 4p.m.next year, it aeemsa as if there might WASHYLNAW LICHT & +
there will he a spiecial memotitrial acrve- somthnella n tts mocr. POWERCOM ANY
ice in hititor of MrI.Jamesi. SAil Signedt, STUDEINT. in-. Wactingtcs ced t tAve. Pione 275
lt which the publice is coirdially ilivil- iOe* t ~+4 .iti +'+..r
edi. On accouinitiof this service the iiv GRAND OPERA IN ENGLISH. - - - ---
ital eening service ivill lie tmitted- The company which Rose Cee.ifl
-L ~~~Say liings with her to Ann Arbor M nyLae
First Methodist Episcopal Church. tis year is the strongest organizationis
Edng r at11:1.indeh so, h oPtt its MidShayshigdesofiNdardofr. it ec OSN~.iao
Class meeting at 9:305 a. m. Preach is equal to any and ail of the demndstlo XTO V
pltecv of Malachi."Suntday schootl at optera. The special orchestra is tin- Or other ptersal p roperty of
noocn anti Epworth League' at 6i:30ti. tder the direction tif Carlo Nicosia wvcoo value. Watches and Jewelry lie6-
m. Al 7:301 p. ini., Presidenit W. J, was for years Mascagni's etoncert paired. licirgains in Wietehos
'tter of Dartmotuthll tiege will tie- meisler. The chotruts is capatble, tune- and Dliamonds.
liver a Weslcyan Gutildl lectlire oni fiti, well drilledl and giit oi Office at residence. 31 . Lih-
'gtyoeoetdtIltrlMttity' ii.Teouttesaealoo that erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hours S
"Hww _rahMoa_ atrt." o.Thotuerealthtat to 11:3 0a. Ut., I to3:31) p. 01., 7 to
anti genterouts expense couildt stpl in- 9 p. mi. All lBusiness C onitie- -
First Baptist Church. The itrincipals itf the company in- tial. JOSEPH1 C. WATTS.
'T. X. Ytoung, Pastor. clude such artists as Alexantdre Lute, +" . -,.

Tne lpastor will pre'achi at 10:30 ot
'Sptiritutal lResont~siveness lie Trth."
ilhe schotol wil meet at 12 in.; Jun-
or Cnion at 3 p. in.; B. Y. P. U. at
6:311. The service at 7:3l0 will he
"The Higher Patrioitism," a flag ser-
vice rendered hy inine yong lathes.
The uisual fiften minutes' sting ser-
vice iprecetding.
Presbyterian Church.
J. NI. Gelston, Pastor.
Sunday, 10t:30 a. ni., stuhject, 'As
thy days so shall thy strength tie.'
t2 in., Sunday school; :3 p.ni., Iiiter-
mediate C'. E.; 6:30tp. in., Senior tC. E
7:3(1 p.in. subject,'""Te Rcsturrect itn
Life."
Memorial Christian Church.
Serton tin Stuntday, 10i: :10 a. m.; stub.
ject, 'The Lost Sheep." Lecture hy
Protf. Coter toi theilte class at 12
m.; subhject. The IHebres epubtitlic-
a study in the limits ittJudges'' Lee-
tore hy Protf. Coler at 7:30;1, ''Tth to:
cif Acts to the Apostles."
St. Andrew's Churech.
Hentry Tatittt, iRector.
7:30 ,a. in., :Hotly Cotimtniton; 10i:30
morning prayer anti sermoin; 12 in..
Stundaty schttottant ilet'classes; :
p. in., Ssunday school at Getddes- 7-:'0
evening prayer, with special music,
anti sermont to young people.
Unitarian Church.
Joseph H. Crooker, Minister.
Worship and sermon at 30:30 a. m.
Rev. Florence Kollock Crooker will
preach; subject. "D~evelopment
through Difficullties." Sunday school
at 12 in.; Young People's Religious
Union at 6:30 p. m.

whit was the bright, particuliar star
of lie great French Opera Cotmpany
in Newe Orleans fur the last two sea-
soins; Joseph Fredericks, whose per.
fect tenor voice caused his to share
hotnors with Miss Shay last season;
William Stevenis, who has been prom-
inently identifiedt with the Emma Jtuch
GreandI Opera Company, the Damrosch
antd Seidel orchestras and other simi-
lar tirganizations; Lawerence Mooney,
who is conxsidere'd oine of the hest bar.
tones nowis singing on the Americas
otage; Miusy Daisy Thorne, one of the
most successful singers ever with the
fanmous Tivoli Company of San Fran-
cisco and Sarah Carr, formerly mezzo
itf the IBostonians.
Fountain pens at Cushing's. tf.
Pantcrium, 336 S. State. Cleaning,
Presving and Repairing. Clothes
called for and delivered. Leave or-
ders at Gushing's Drug Store, or
'phone 102. $1.50 worth of wonk for
$1.00-
Cniversity students desiring to se-
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write to James he.
lcCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
cago.tft.
Bedelia-Rither vocal or instrumen-
tal. Come in and hear it played. Ann
Arbor Music Co.
Free-A beautiful collection of hoot
old songs will he given every pur-
chase of one dollar at Root's Music
Mouse. wfs.

SPALDIRG'S OFFICIAL
IWTER-COLLEGIATE
4 FOOT BALL
4 - Used by allthte Leading
College
Foot Ball Pani--ta Ie e frot
hip ad ine- pdddihb
with cne atrits.
A. o. SPALDIING & BROS.
Spledlig's tOflic-ial tFoot hatlI iGuide
fo. rit edite-te y t'tcte'ctamp.
Price 10 denits. .,.
ROU NDTA B
ARROW'BRAN D
15 CENTS,2 FOR 25 CENTS
CUTPAOY& nO.
Faeso letand Monartb Shirsr
Phone 5812
Pantoriuli.
Cleaning. Pressing. Rewsiring.
336 S. STATE ST.
lOver C...ehtrsg's
Clothes called for and
Delivered.
$1.50 worth of work for $1.00. I
Leave Orders at Cushings or
those 582
Win. lbocbrcin,
55team & Bas ifitter.
Plbolle 667. 303 ZS. tate St

"ALLEN'S F+OR QUALITY."
$10.00 and $15.00 SUITS AND OV[RCOATS
We give the Best Clothing Values, saving you from $3.00 to $5.00
on Every Soit or Overcoat yuu Buy.
The balanee of the month our Annual Sale is on we give you the
choice of our
$10.00 Suits and Overcoats for $8.00
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats for $12.00'
ALLEN, T E CLOTHI E *t ir a s. ,I v ir t .t

W ARE NEVER UNDE RSOL4D-GOOD YEAR'S DRUG SrmoRE

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