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Michigan Daily, 1904-03-31

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DO IT NOW
SOME PEOPLE
Prefer to pay 6oc a pound
for factory made CANDY,
one or two months old filled
with presevatives to keep it
fresh.
OUR CANDY is 50C a
pound, Made Fresh Daily, of
very best materials.
Before sending your Easter
gifts come in and be con-
vinced.
ENNYCOOK
For information relative to dancing,
or music for receptions, banquets,
or dancing parties, call on
ROSS GRANGER
310-312 Maynard Street. Phone 2-4-6.
Granger's Academy, Oice and
Residence.
YOU CAN GET A 0
$Hot Lunch ,
AtTiattle's, 338 S. State
Ni ACADEMY
a0 State St.
SHORT TERM. }
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
PlOrC.-rn.llT-is
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI,
The Professional Hair Dresser
322 S. State Street, (up stairs), extends spec-
ial invitation to the ladies to call at heer par
os to inspect her new line of hair and toilet
goods.
Try my Scientific Face Massage and
Manicure.
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
AND
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE.

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State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF,
IW. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan LLORIST.
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
las. B. Wade H. F. Mills cmoiCE CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
Y. J. Kyer John Hoarer
len. Koch Prof. H. S. Carhart Chapin St., between Huron St. and Miller Ave.
l'ranh P. Giazier Christian Martin Phone 8005.

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Ready for your in
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avenette&
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Complete Line of
Spring Hats

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SCHOOLMASTERS' CLUB TO MEET
AT YPSILANTI.
A meeting of the Schoolmasters'
Club will be held in Ypsilanti, Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, March 31,
and April 1 and 2. A large number of
teachers from all over the state of
Michigan is expected to be in atten-
dance. Many of those from the Ann
Arbor grade schools and high school
will be present. Papers are to be
read by some of the most noted teach-
ers of the country. Representatives
will be present from Yale, Harvard,
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Chicago, and

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB.
Will dance Monday, April 4, at
Granger's. Tickets are going fast.
As they are limited secure them early
from committee.
R. S. SCHMIDT.
L. .RAUCH.
H. G. REDFORD.
SENIORS NOTICE.
Do you intend to teach? Secure a
position now by writing to or calling
upon A. Pearce, 615 S. Ingalls street.
U. of M. representative Lewis Teach-
ers' Agency. w. St.

Correct Clothes for Men
ETTER late than
you've been
paying sky-high
prices for ex
clusive customa
tailoring to ge
cpyrihtsiA.B .ac. away from old
ready-mades, now's the time to
repent-and boom your bank
account. This label
MAKERS NEW YORK
is on clothes that differ from fine
custom-made only in price; but
this price-difference makes all the
difference in the world to you,
and to us; more to you,the wearer.
Equal to fine custom-made in all but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors in this city.
'CUTTING, REYER & CO.
i09-sIn East Washington St.
COFFEE
MOCHA AND JAVA
Owr Own RoastIng
Always fresh 28E per pound
214 Main St. DEAN C CO.
New Brulnswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have ust received the largest and finest
line at
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
eaer brught to the cthy.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Ecvrything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY
TH E M ARK
OF THE BEST
CLUETT, PEABODY &CO.
MAKE RS o
CLUETT AND ARROW COLLARS
-J
THOMAS ROVE, Propretor
ROWE'S LAUNDR
326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.+

many of the other large universities. .o ui tuebst strings ior
violin, mandolin. guitar and banjo at
A large representatioin of Utniversity Root's Music Mouse. We make a
of Michigan teachers will read papers. specialty of the best. Try them. wfs
Among these are: Professors Paine
aiii WVhitney, Dr. Sanders, Dr. Mead~er, Panterium, 336 S. atate. Cleaning,
Professor Reed, Dr. Hulett, Dr. Burns, Pressing and Repairing. Clothes
called for and delivered. Leave or-
Professor Carhart, Professor New- ders over Cushings Drug Store, or
combe, Dr. Pearl, Mr. Davis, Dr. 'phone 582-3 r.
Pierce, Professor Winkler, Professor
Effinger, and Professor Canfield. Many Lost-Lady's tan, seal purse, con-
of the students will, no doubt, go taining calling cards. Finder return
down to attend the meetings. or notify 643 S. Ingalls street.
Chafing dishes at Haller's Jewelry
NOTICE DEMOCRATS. Store. tf.
Mock Presidential Convention and
annual election of Democratic Club Ticket for four shampoos-$1.00.
officers, Saturday, April 9th. Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar-
tf H. W. McCLURE, Pres. ry's. I ,
Students-Earn good money during Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
vacation. Trading Stamp proposition, row's, Huyler's, chocolates at Cush-
worth $3.00 to $10.00 a day. Exclusive uings Pharmacy. tf.
territory in each of 23 different states
available. Call and see me. F. J. JOB PRINTING-MEYERS. 215
Glen, 202 S. State street. of Main St. S. Phone 281.
Lost-Gold watch charm. K. of C. Fountain pens at Cushing's. t.
Finder please notify R. L. Benson, 427
Maynard street. 31-33 Allen's for nobby Spring Shirts.

EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS
121-123 South "ain Street WAGNER & CO.

THE "5TANDARD" BED
HAS
EVERY POINT OF EXCELLENCE of the ordinary flat, metal bed-attractive design, comfortable, sanitary, light, strong, rigid.
EVERY DESIRABLE FEATURE of a folding bed-economy of space, simplicity and ease of operation.
PERFECT VENTILATION, easiest to handle, and is
Absolutely Safe; Accidents Cannot Happen.
Ideal for student's rooms. Especially adapted to fraternity houses. A boon to the housekeeper, no trouble to sweep under the bed.
Inquire of
Henne & Stanger t Martin Haller Mack & Co.
Or write direct to STANDARD METAL FURNITURE COMPANY, Detroit, Mich.

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WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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