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THE MICHIGAN ALY.h

WAcHI6AN CENTRAL1
117eVNiagara Falls Route.,
THE SHORT LINE--
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO.r
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
witht ditret conineilonsat.C(icago for St.
Louis, Kansas Cily. St. Pastltasd the West.
For information and through ticketscalt soat
write to XW. W. CANE. Agent. Ass Armtor.
COFFEE
MOCHA AND JAVA
Ou O n ostir.g
Alwsays freshse ~per po.und
214 Main St. DEAN (A CO.
New Brunswick Tables
Ar
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tnbaccns
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.

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ProIvnoySale
20 to 50 p. c. DISCOVNT
SVITS, OVERCOATS 44
Trounsers, House Coats
Vtxderwear, Bathrobes
$2.00. $1.50. $1.00 lft ,heay Sliutso79c
STAELBER ft .WUERTH

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I TAI[ORS

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THE NUMERALS DISAPPEARED.

I hose e st eceeieed tihe aeseltent finst -Wednesdtay afterntion sonic fresh-
line tf meii were ini the gymi wearing new
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes 1,4ttw;ttiimerals. It cedoet tnsidiera-
eertoghst ttectty. tile cmesnt tas sittract meets have
Fine Lunches in Connection. yet teen Ittld for which nomerals ore
Eerytihing Neattsand cleat.. given ont. Several memlbers of the
308 S. Siaie Si. R. E. JOLLY. t190tilit teamn it last yeor were qtiite
GRAN ER'Sworked ttpt tter it as they were exact-
0 R1NG[RSly t he saint' as they twore iii their
ACAI[rY ORCI STRA titirts. lTe minti ltqutestiont trived
lti e iembers oflte fresit lossrelay
Ann Arbor, Milch. teams They hail tprtocceI their ii-
tilttiiat tie Acatemys-is. sits -. ei~. otetals isoder tioae a tiltu re tat-
Phiii- -4-s ettforthe lieitiganeiisiot antdtclaitiesd
ROSS GRANGER, Manager. thtat titere tailnitbieetn time to sew
" '- ' - + -w. u onthe small "L" wichi tistintguishes
YOU CAN GET A bteingdesirtistsholtw osf1tiseir glory
0 I tttsy hadiltben soitnidisceet aslt alt.
~~ H ot ~ Ufl ~ pear in itputilic with Chetisoni. Copt ait
0At Tuttle's, 338 S. State K~elltogg ofi tiii-tract tonimssotn coame
V saitilswliitnttldofth le mttci'held
a shottib to intledin lteisew with
flX [-[SSONS IN .. a. thesiseerastithetthre _thaoss'twh
l ueal.iaperd ''oe whAESN SIN.wa ittel sdilHie ptotceilingsoil a gooid
24 *.DA CN6 lautgh tiaitte e xptenseatoitthe freshmen
w ihit strs their titiserals ibefore ihey
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street hadstaiti a racte.

ideaof tihe entire wiirldl as.toi see Mr.
Hotwe's ixhiitlion in the Athiens Thiea-
Ireion iomiirroiw (Sunday) evenling.
CLASS OFFICERS-OS6.
Meet today at1Randaoll's at II a. m.
( Sigtned)I AMBSERSON.
S. C. A. SOCIAL.
The Students' Christian Asociolion
will give o- stial a1 Newbserry Hall
Ihis evening ini ihe formi of a Prt-
gressive Biiartd ofTroade, friimieighti to
letsoicltoct.. All membiers ore reqihesi-
cii to cimeoand liring a frieitd.
pioitins if piiublic iiiortane'andi
honostritn('olosraos.totes iui the' story
if "Peat, Poss andtiPlain' wih ihe
discoivery itf Pice's Peak aindishotws
viidicltutres with grapicieanud potetic
deacripstii f Insdian ottacts; Rockty
Moiinioin btig gome; crimsiioand gold
sunrises on the crest if the ('tninent.,
gold mining and simelting; sugar teest
fieldis and she caiile industry: the sit-
ies oft imiuntaiin siuisineoaidlthr-
:Isiise stay:;oini the glorioits idistainces
and the indusisnet sandideveliipnment
(If ths irrigatedi plains.
Intersperseid withIndiiiian legendl aini
"Spanish riinance are lovely ansiatmius-
lng anecdoites o itt oniueer1da's. air.
ands Mrs. McCliurg separately hove
moade Itrans-contitnental leetturie tors,
ht this seasoin, fur ihe first Itme ore
lectiuritng toigelther ini prinicipial cities
atdiiveilssrsitieIs sitthe Eosst iniiMiii-,
tile \West.
1904 LAWS NOTICE.
Rentschler in the official photogra-
pher for the 1904 Law cians. Att
memhers report for sittingn an nonn
on ponsihle. tf. COMMtTTEE.
JUNIOR LAWS.
The Jiunior Low clas will give a
banqutet at Oyster Boy Friday evening
Fehruaory 26. Tictetn ore $1 each.

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YORK.

UNION

PALAC[E & PARISIAN
..LAUNDRY AGENCY..
ofi65ias ttWaillium t.. si.'wie 1657.
Wirk ealled Citeandi deivered p nrsii i y
Mr. [. DOW[[R, Ajt.
A IfinE Clock T° seBGivn
Froit Feb.i16to Feb.27. 11i1). m.
PICKWICK BOWLING A[[[VS
GEORGE BISCHOFF,
F LOIIT.
CHOICE CUT PLOWER5 & PLANTS5
Chopin St.ibetween luronSt. and Miller Ave.
Phonite 809.
~Dwight 'En Watkins,~
TYPEWRITING
Dirop us a cord to 325 S. Mal"s St.
and have us caull for your wart.

HOWE'S INIMITABLE MOVING PIC-
TURES COMING.
tOnttwhsiundielsrtateslto enitertoain on
atutdieesithttmovaing ipictutres at thtis
time mitahave Itle expierience toibe
abis leint ontly itt apptreciate 'tt o1
atdatpt temselves lto refitied iputlic
laste' it its widlely earyintg fortis atnd
dietails, antdl withtal Ithsy mntble nt
Ier outsme icopyistsa, bttoriginaltorts
anid creaoirs.
Lymsall i. Huoaethas laceditbefotre
tlie tptublicth ila season a icotrpis itttrain-
edt artists, salth iexcusaive'itures,an
assotrtmetof itcviii sceness, a roll col-
lecltiniiofcharnming incideintsanaint
Tisais all imatde piasitble'by lilailt'
ye-ars oitprItl eatxplerience which
glass lhlittitlstlrliaei facilititestfor
britngitng thtestefatoIrstogethicr toaIt-
tin tllIhe hilgitest aois1i1c-resuilts, andt
it is slit exaggerationh to say that Mr.
Hotwe isunoubitittetdly lt'emost. sue-
cesatful exhitbitor in Antsrico.
Thlere is sit way inI which one con
otin ltsit broad Otndl comprehensive an

- THEOLOGICAL
70 SEMINARY '-
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tunsitieasffor the -eretasitfIK D., .:r
Itand iPh. ii. Openons itsi-al term t ;
It: atitlofatilt hita ois
3G SIXTY-NINTH YEAR
BSeims Sept. 25. 1904
Adidrsaasth rit s i dt-iit .of tte ,-t-tIy.
thetI1i ;
Rev, Charles Cuthbert Bll, D..
"1KATONAH"
IN
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Main St. S. Phone 281. ..

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DOWN TOWN.

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