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Michigan Daily, 1904-03-12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Too Late for
Breakfast ?
DON'I GO HUJNGRY
,OA TULL NOON. 4e 4~
Surpassing Coffee or
Dutch Cocoa with
whipped cream and
delicious T o ast e d
Rols. Most saisfy-
igand only---
enycooke
fiRANi[R'S
ACADE"1Y ORCHE[SIRA
Ann Arbor, Milch.
office- at te- Arseany ot MayarlSts-set.
'hState 2 -4-i
ROSS GRAGER, aager
$ YOU CAN GET A
*Hot Lunch
#At Tuttl's, 338 S. State
24 LESSONS IN
24...DANCING..Street
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
P1-C- . I T i-
BOYS if you wat
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Go to CAPT. C. H. MINNIS,
606 E. William St
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
AND)
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIVERSITV AVNU.

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ICRAVENETTES IR
New Line ~ Just In
$10 to $25 I
Glad to have you see themTAIL P
* ~ Staebler &Wet
b@i r@O .@O.bN @OOOOOM ** os **ooao*****~ t eo****

"GREAT LAFAYETTE." At ptresent the University has the
"The Great Lafayette" and his own most extensive collection of Shaftes-
big company of over fifty people is stars in the West, if not in ftse entire
booked to appear at the Athena Thea- coutntry. A greater tart o1 ihis ettll(ec-
tre on Monday, March 14th. This at- tion naumbering 52,263~ volumes, a-as
traction it playing to crowded houses thse gift of the lise Stenator Janmes
all over the country and this city MceMillan. Nearly all th(e nttre cost.t-
shosuld he no exception, as or thteatre ly work-s usetinit the sttudy of Shakres-
goers are nut slow its patronizing at- peare were houghst fttr the tUtiversity
tractions of mserit. This show is one hyyIhim.
of the moat expensive on the road. WV. C. Mceililan has taktenstpsthte
There has bteen over $411000 invested wmotkttf his fathaer and has otatdest-
in cosumines, scenery, draperies, propl- eral atdditionsalatogtlis line.
erties. electrical devices, etc. and Statistics shtow that the gills are
abou,,t $5,0tttl mtre inveest in wiltd 1 falling toff eatct year, at it-ast in thest
andt tdtmestic antimals. tnumbter otttvoltumets. 'ITereatorltttor
_______________________ 1903ttishttws a ftllintgttfttof nteartl- a
NOTICE -1904 ENGI NEERS. itttttsatttlumtettttsttve-rlt-eIrevious
Mleasturements for caps anti gtowns year.
will be talken at Mias Lttvell's o Among lire hentfatotrsoftrtte last.
State street, Monday and Thsursday year weere: thte tDtke ttf Lsstslt, tht
front 4 to 6t Dttn't neglect this. Frencht governtmenst, -the -.lMacMillan
CAP ANt) GOWN COMMITTEE. Ptublishing Co., W. C. McMillans ttt Ge
t roit, Michisgan Gas Assciations, tntli-
TH E UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES. tuttno Civil Enginteerso tf Lssndona
Mr. Williasm Vientnttt ofthle Natittnal
Cotinauetd frtm page two. Libtrary ttf Frante, Or. Vlatisutr lPap-
Last year 8li53 volumes and 1,8001 pafava, ttf Zara, Attstria.

NUEW

YORK.

CO7FFEE
MOCHA AND JAVA
Os..- Own .Ronn.ast
214 Mattt 51. DEIAN (a CO.
New' Brunswick Tables
AT'
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Clears and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate St., S.
Ithaveeut reetheltrsge-tststdtfiert
lieoft
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Fine Lunches in Connection.
tEverythsirg Netttt attClet.t-tt
301 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.

pamphlets were added to the stockr of
books. Of this nusmber about three
fosirtha are bottght, the other foutha
being an addition in the way of gifts.
These pturchases together with the
maintenance of the binding cst the
Univeraity about $11,000 a year, two-

University itudents desiring to se-
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write to Jamea F.
McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
cago. t

library.I Fountain pens at Cushing's. If.
The Unoiveraity, from time to time,
receives gifta from intdividuals in the
way of money fotr procttring bottks Chafing dishea at Hatter's Jewelr
and material fotr the library; bttt Store. tf.
these sums are generally expendetd en -_________
tirely antd are therefotre, not classed Freah Lowneya, Aliegrettis, Spar-PO LA
as funds. There are, httwever, three row's and Huyler's Chocolates at Cush-P PLR
very impotrtant f untds which are log's Pharmacy.
drawn on for the putrpttse otfbtuy -S H IRT_______
ing sew books ste reptlaciag oltiostc.
The last report tf thse treasturer shotws Pantorium, '336 S. State. Cleaning, CLUETT PEABODY & CO.
these to be as follttws:I Pressing and Repairing. ClothesMAESO
Ford-Messes fond-.....$220134.11, called for and delivered. Leave or- CtUETT AND AR O CtLLAR
Coyl fund...........12081013 ders over Gushing's Drug Store, or
Goethe toad ...... 212.131 'phone 582-3 r.
State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
W.Jot istrcTOitS: Jno.V. ShseehatnsPLOkL5T. ROWE'S LAUNDRV
Wm.Arnoid Ier. V. C. Vaughtas
lJao. H. Wade g. F. Mills CHIOICE CUT lLO'Wlrf & PLANTS
N. .J. Dye ohn IHaarer 326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
Inst Koach P'rof. It. S. Cssrlssri Chatpinet., betwe'en its 'st' St. ted Mitts-r-Are. ____________
Frank P. Glazier Christias Martin P'honess-809. ++..r..

EXCL USI VE NO VEL TIES IN SPRING
121-123 South lain Street

S U ITINGS
WAGNER & CO,

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Law Booksellers, Publishers and Importers
I14 l MONROE ST., CHICAGO

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