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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

R, UNDER\s
ROBES, SW~
CORATION;

WEAR,
rEATERS, 0
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"VACK &) CO.'s '

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Established 1881 106 Huron Street, Ea;
Burchffield's Fine Tailoring Trade
We are prepared this season to mest e-(r'N-iderl ((ars 1
we have increased the number of worksi.. A, ru<it
we have Cbe Filsest Line s+f Wooleivs iiitii
city. Art and Skill will predosoi sate in our work <t,,,is
thse past. We respectfully ccvitt- tor eursiys
S. W. BURCHEJELD

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AICHIGA1N ENR
"he Nagara Falls Route."
ANN ARBOR toj
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON'
With irec e m lece ion t I t ig .ti St .
tritti iortici t I S.iiro n t~~ tiiiil n r
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LISES.
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it Inn iit nl e it
U" ititI'Il
No. tis 24iii;-sit iri3
'ranseN,.5 iBGrsi>>hhcrAblesh
Fri oe Cigarr!:e s sort ToaI ros
JAS. . REI W.Pro . \312ESl At[t, S
Turish Cigares aandTPipeso
ev r itr t it unity,
Fine Lunches in Connection.
301S.Sate St. R.E. JOLLY.
Y The .school for ,IT
, Grariger's Acndemy
YOU CAN GET A 0
0 Hof Lunch 0
dAt Tisttle's, 338 S. State
PALACE &' PARISIAN
,,LAUNDRY AGENCY..11
"r If. DOW[[R, Aqt.

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4 Fall vits and Tap Coats
> THE Y' RE READY FOR YOUR
. a INSPEC'TION. ALL THE NEW4
s AN!) LAITEST C R I-,,A'TI 0 N S ;-
> ~ IN FABRICS AND)WWEAVESt
- $12.50 10 $25.00
St iaebler ft Wuiertli,
-. SOUTH MI TET

OCTOBER CLOTHES
of quality bear this famous
mark
ed ej Im
MA KERS I NEW YORK
BENJAMIN Fall Suits and Over-
coats ready - for -service are
tailored to please in every par-
ticular that a particular n-an
requires. Broad, concave
shoulders; band-made, cltose-
fitting collar; pockets that
won't rip; shape-retaining in-
sides;-arc made mellow and
serviceable in the BENJAMIN
shrinking -plant. Perfect fit,

MINNESOTA GAME. wher-etbeginnetrs willite insttructed't because measured over your
Cuiltinne rom page r nt- e, 'earhs lur.,figure-model. Custom-tailor-
tit-_5--'ii-'t ing, because the handiwoirk
lio~~f il c ro t te lihianIN MEMORtAM: of salaried spec'ilit s.
idim' 021 ttitthiir S1t.At Sa ntMetingtofitt ii trttitt st fi.thie _________ _-
Tee ttill uestinlytute i'stttl'ttitt t1906tLt.r c(lassthies-foiloweiig n'siutti- The prtte ts right. Yaurrmney
nsee n' ti t obtttte'r ,twsesthe ion sewere Irawsn till: back it anyhtin o gses wrong.
snv t itcam ssih. Somebo'drtiy its rrg Antn Arbotr, ichrt., DOct. 9, 1903s. BENJAMIN Falt Sails and lisp
tit ii uin t il t lii T Sti-tas Sirli li rttti'sitltt Coats at this stare --no other.
ha se fttormoe rnt) 1, + UL's" ^w EYE &CO
caii silt tairaitosroftn t i onri sti dearr too theeembernr dr s f lt he l 109-ll GastWasigtRoSE
vttitte amSShuw silt t i t't i' i t-moe nd I sho orlirt erary h atstt hs o hs 1 t in'D- R. & d R ~ A
unin itr i ll beu r ihtsa in lins t olu dYist-' .siitaitt'109ss"itt it tit' tEiast
is iii t att sit trst utu tr ittoissitylit- h Micttt'ltilutt' JosephS t. (_) t'It-
l tth' W stertiti n C th NIp isiu wth tg ,te rfatiyrutbetrimt litstllt' tIs i i t ttit ins i iti ta
alia~. W ih wl t, e? T t un-i' sol vedhy Thait inits l d'athil' tt'ttt it ti .s u i~ r AIQr a ''urn t' in
dtrihosl arehinnwtha tn t tsdyYssph m r s ost. -ass t ste fr-iad i , Es1t.IarnoS.!W i Mt
h sitent wth he ich- tar s ." tRslveThnsstat ee tn. oteb - V)rOlol1111 1m . r}1 .Tt 1
T he 1,0 ur i ti i d nu s sitl Nlistsot' tearetre tvedutaetil fntitrIslty olmatt he1'i-s .Il '1t1 1 nr4111i 1
ss ll ntit t tonly.:11 -t'ins71r,' midtIi rtusitu it lt- t-st ii11lt' ality u
titenrt sinussltroutott tit t eitrsr erts sympa t t ~y t twth -l ich c 'mes sfront rthe ae ti h~ '1~,i 'o 617 I ,11tl±t,1.1
turn ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o sioii'ctsr is ttsl ltitrtttr ht eaitts-rtstlheniots9:1its-.till.t;istii-11:51
ita iii e a a o y f ol11'' nit tartet ldt'r' t tt's- ttt sswhictth ut i ee l~ttt5
sellon titbteli'tttsen's I.t'IPt tS thfa ilthata: "cm " N,
li' ii - tg iitt ry t~t'tt-srtrn tesoied'ol teg e 1551 ccyeorthewilt tutitut
ti'i-.rw hst t u s s s t e n b e re tst ost hti l ti l yta
ruw l l i hezt' trts'rsutne'rs Ist e l l ,nt~s-s Iteise ltl itoily n
deat e ttas 'iti on rutters capt tin cpy itt lit-edSllses'urtimint es syn A ,
gndia's the e ni. Is i t tac tide rten tst t. t sersolteivs bat pth ishtedting
wislit srtsogrioters i stpeiyresredr u oleepaes
slt sit 'tjig Si at aiiatseLty CrtIr of Scear. t'Junt T is, i

kentit'l t-hiss ofthint as a losyalantI
allth 1 s'its't'iitmusetles if lt'eibody.
I'Te clublhopesutoi' iarrangee a cotst

- - with"Cornell, and finally gain th tiesis sgitiii oflthe Athletic associatiosn,
1 I ts-us ecomintg -a tart of un~iversity
* O CN C * ili-",. athtlt irs is te feninitgclubstare itn
Ic terntnt ivernsities. Eve-rybodyI'is
I s t'tss$3 trrItr mof Ittt'kyh a
UNIVEESITY ACADEMY, State Stroll invtt it cotttlo the tent-tigrooms
PRFSO Prr SCOTT, PRmsINCPAL Is e eyes. fromtn4:350 to 5:30ttp. mt.,

We have received a very nce linesu'tiandi$2.5 itp!1
osf Oritental rutgs in targe sires, as swell intit5 stlt t itt N
as intshte'snmaller strts. They art' ihoniti;Shtti1. tutu .in
chosice secimcens, andtlanyonse inter- stut'e lte °cnitt;
estedl in the Orientat rug qutestion is stint si n itl
cheerfutly inviteut to call antIoo --teIoert1it ehtowiys
MARTIN IHALLEtR, rows anti llsus
112, 114 andtl116 E. Liherty Sit. ice's Phuarmiacy.

'St, i* i~ i o rntiti
Attn ens' insSptar'
f'hust'ssatous at fush-

ANNUCI1N

We are pleased to annsounce to oar friends and citstomerst that we ihave completed arrangemnts with teIBarrios
Diamond Company for tlhe exclusive sale of thecir goads ins this city.
Barrios Diamnds are positively fthe finest imitationS diamndis on earth. eThey have steadily growvn int popllnarity
sintce thesir first introduction ito America seven years ago.
Thaey are not a fat; they have stood the test o1 actual weatr. These stoues are warranted to retainth ieir btrillitatncy
forever.
This will betenmtost msagnificent display of semi-precious stones ever slhowtn in this city. 'P'lie designs are tire exatt
copies of the latest popular Nesv York and Ptarisian fanscies, costing originally hunudreds of dollars. Tine goos
we will showo arc finishted with the satne exquisite care that characterizes the m~ost expensive jewvelry froms exclu-
stve manutfactutrers.
Barritss Diaonds are worttattd admosired hy thte most fashionable people the world over, atnd tor meet thte dettanth ~e
Barrios D~iamontd Comopatty tas stores in all the principal cities of Amserica, the capitatls of Eutropie atttl ontit
Amnerica. The sale of these famous stones amounuts to over three milliou dollars annunallyt.
We cordially ittvite oar patrolts to call anid see the magnificetot wittdow display and examine these ptopular goous'
B ARRIOS 1DIAMOND "Co.
:06 South Hrain !street, with J. [.CIAPrAN, tbe Jeweler.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR 'S DRUG STORE

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