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January 19, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-19

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THlE MICHI1GAN D)AILY.

IoHIrAN CN F
"TheUNaara Fals Route."
THlE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, lCansas ity. St. Paul and ahe West.
h or inforniton and throgh ticket cal on or
write to W. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor.
COFFEE
Our* owns roastinsg Mocha N
Alwmays fresh and Java
2aper pouand
214 Man St. DEAN fem. CO.
New Brunlswick Tables
Ar
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS
Finn Cigars and Toaccs
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State S., S.
Ilhave ust receivedalhe largest anal finest
line at
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ver brought to lhe city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Eeryting Neat and Clean.
308 S. Sate St. R. E. JOLLY.
GEORGE BISCIHOFF,
PLOI.T.
CHOICE CUT PLOWffR5 & PLANT5
Chapin St., between Huron St. and Miller Ae.
Pone Sil.
ac 5 PICKWICK JA at
BILLIARD PARLOR
and BOWLING ALLEYS
Fine Cigars and S. ROTTEISTEI
Tac. Prp.
The School for Dancing
S GRAN6[R'S
Ground Floor on M~anrd Street
0ne Block wst of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 2-46
$YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
f24 LESSON IN
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY State Street}
PALACE R& PARISIAN
,.LAUNtDRY AGENCY..
Office iiiEast IWilliw St. Pone 6M.
Woek casled lfr and deivered promptly
~Dwight . Watkins,j
TYPEWRITING
Drp us acard to 323 S.iMnu St.
and boon us call for your woek.

-- - - -11"9mh-lAh F
Ift -

Out-r Great
'Pro-Inventory Sal
:20 to 50 p. c. DISICOUNT
0
I svi rs, OVIBKCOATS a
I®Tros~sers, Houzse Coats
j U(® nderwear, Bathrobes
' 2.00, $1.50, $1.00 FannS~y Shirts 7 9c
*STAEBLER ft !/E

j

DRESSY OVERCOATS
the " Fulton"! and the " Broad-
way Box," bearingthis famous
mark
S fredbenj'amin (o
IMAKERS ' NEW YORK
The " Fulton" is America's
correct cold weather coat.
Cut 47 inches long, with full
skirts, from rich kerseys,friezes,
meltons,vicunas, Scotch chevt-
iots ; broad, concave shoul-
ders; hand-felled, close-fitting
collar. The "Broadway Box":
cut 44 inches from same fabai
rics; more conservative, but
just as correct. Style, fit, fab-
ric, seams, lining, inside nma-
terials, tailoring in general un-
equalled --overcoat perfection.
Cost n mumethan nrdinary:
ready-made. Ynnr money back
if anything goes wrong. No
other store bat ours may sell
them here.

19

ooooooosrooosa ooa +o+o osoas+o o i fo +®

IIANGSTIRI R, Caterer, SOUTH STATE

GRAND OPERA IN ENGLISH.
Tonig hi.

A DECISIVE VICTORY.
(Continued brom Page One.)

IC

There io a revolution in public son- Evary mull did the hest wairk I ever CUllNU, RELYER(&CO.
timent in musical matters that has) sass himnadalandl they aldeaqually well.
been very clearly evinicedl by the It wos a thoroughly reliabale team- 109.111 East Washington St.
great success of the Raise C'ecilia Skay utteia who grew stronger under pre's
Brand Opera Coimpany wherever it sture anal rose highest at tlie contest.
has appeared this seasaon. Numerous 'hey workeadtoagether perfectly anddvr ahoal uine aeter agmntws utal
been the rule rather thain Ike excep- thirotughouat. At Minnesota the desirePhe52
tion and very freqnently it has baecomue a lPbonelign arv58d2vey
necessary to pult the "Standing Room awhere anal tke cry was the same as
Oiily" sign out in thie laibbay. Thio is ina football, "We mtuit beat Michigan" P a to i n
noi, very difficalt to accoaunt for. No Otur boays are adeserving af all the a a tor u zri
stick arganization has rctmt' aout aof morea gliary becaulse the de'cisioii was
New Yorka in many years iii the way uanalimouls. Furthermore, the judages Cleaning. Pressing. REpairing.
ofa rad pea aman. iatsnc tcal afterwards that they were all 336 S. STATE ST.
the old days of thie faouas Mapleson prebjudicedl against aor side af tkahe +'Caeamgs
organization has sluck alt organlizationsail(tiaveral 0 te ltOiia~iXaiOha____
been heard on the lyric stage. it is tie givenl tn the effectiaveness af ale-
said 10olie Ike highest. pail coampaniy tting lacy ware caomipelled ti vote' Clothes called for and
with the exceptlion, aof coutrsa'.f tha' for ichtliganl SIas'hemoara' e'ff'ct ive Delivered.
Metropolitan of Na'w York, that laos teana.Haur aaiaiaants hald lanttue $15woioforfrSi.
been organizeda in scaora's of years. thiryown teaunto taeiiibest aranttage; $15wotoforfr$.0.
The beauitifull prima donais herself theaytiseaditeir otronlgest ma1011irst
wotild be an attractioan altone, bt a ndi their waehstmabatini laoth leave Orders at Cushings or
with sluck supplort, it is onily inatural roundlas {af speece's. Th it chiligantPhonne582
that the audlience shoualad tat larga' al-mn oslwedlblatear knowlaedaage of tha
most ba'yond pirecedtent in t ha'history asubje'ct aindl usedl theil'inforaioto
of latter-day grand aipeas. Baolfe's 1hbtte r savaitloga'" -
famotus "Bohemian IGirl" will b ha'ite ____________
opera given hera'. Fountain isens at Cooing's. tf.

Lost-On carner of State street aind
N. tUniversity avenute, it lair (af nose
glasses ail ear dhil. lFindaer please'
retuirn lto 514 Monroand vurece'ive'ra'-
ward.
Minnesota Cadeto hare recently re-
ceived an offer fromnitIe heaof the
constabulary in the Philipplines o be
come members af thaodaty with the
rankaof lieatenants. 'The coitstoau-
lacy in the Philippines is lie military
police force.
The Western Intercollegiate those
ball Leaguie meets taoday in Chicaoa
Owing to the trotitle betwe''n 'aiscon-
sill aiidIllinois theLaetaguea'is nearly
ready to go to piecets. A str'onlg effort
will he made haiwever, toi prerent this
so the Western champilonship imay bas
decided the sonic woy it, woo last
year.

Pantorium, 336 S. Mtate. Cleaning.
Pressing and Repairing. Clothes
called for and delivered. Leave or-
dters at Cushing's Drug Store, or
'phnne 582. $1.50 worth of wont for
$1.go'
Bedelia-Rither vocal or instrumen-
ta1. Come in and hear it played. Ann
Arbotr Music Co.

POP ULAR'
;SHIRT
ICUT CLUETT PEABODY & CO.
CttTAND ARROW COLLARS

IMPORTANT NOTICE. M-E
The 1904 Michiganensian, actording
to contract, is to be on the presa be-
fore March 1st, 1904, consequentlyal ' "'
pictuies, money, and copy most be in THIDMVI1. ROWlIE, Proprietor t
by February 15, 1904. . Michiganensian
had at Rentschler's or Randall 's os.
dios, 0'.
DAN MaGUGIN, ( 326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
Manager. -.----me-.e-eee--..-s-e-e.-e-+--..-ee-

eWAGNER C& COMrPANY,

Imka~,-.-~wmau j~3 ~123 South fMin Street,
Imupoting11uTa iloI~rs s~ DOWN TOWN. t

WEAR A DIqkA"1OND
Barrio, Dianooids hove been wornt[or years by difi >ret nstiaaul)ri of tioe diploomatic corps from the SoutlaAnoorican Oountries.
These magtiificeitst Sone, have heels the aduairation and wonder of society wherever they were shown.
Bairrios Dianonls have all the fire, life and lustre of getnuine stotoes atid in appesaranice positively catonot be distinuished from
them. It is a wanton woste of at suy to invest $75.03 to $150 (i a cool diatnotid that maoy be lost from its setting oany'noonit. Yon
can wear the identical piece in appearance set with a Barrios diaond
.AT 1-20 TE[COST.
These goods represent nil of the latest mos.-t po3ptiar style, aid desigass. Thiey have thec distinctive fcatnres of jewelry worth
many tinaes thaeir cost and from which they cannot be distinguished even by the most critical.
We absolutely guaraantee these goods to be as cepreseisted aid will reploce atny stone that loses its originial brilliancy without
one cent of expense to the purchaser. of oney retutIf w aith) 11t a'ti)soii esse of tdissatisfactioti.
+ The Ba.rrios Diamond is beyond doubt the finest, most perfect imitation ever discovered an l may be woriu anywhere with per-
fect confidence. All the beauty of a genuine diauuond at a fraction of its cost.
29~ot aoSre.BARRIOS DIAfIOND Co.-Na Stet
WE A RE NEVER UNDE RSOZLD-GOO DYVEAR' S DRUG STORE1

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