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April 10, 1904 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Made to your measure and
A FIT GUARANTEED
CLOTHIERS,
Hatters and Furnishers.
U - 109 and I11 E. Washington Street,
ANN ARBOR

~Dwight B. Watkins,
TYPEWR.ITING
Dousacrto323 S. Matra St.
an av us call for your work.
COOK HOUSE BILLIARD HALL
Under New "anoagement.
New Billiard Outfit.
Chips given good for anyp here
the house.
Free Lunch.
t A. [[PIB[[,
Forest Avenue Meat Market.
Poutry, Game and Fish in Season

0 30 Forest Ave.

Phose 407

AWord Patent Leather Shoes
'totudents'H ELAL ALBER.T LUTZ,
TH EIBESHOE DEALER. 124 SOUTH MAIN STREET
It is sot cur custom
t1itctcreced pro- +Y + + +$
""x prus lita y recmeditsto t
icL or pastos, prefer- I
ch -' ineo eaellie psr- 4itR EN TSCGH L ER For anything in the line of i
R. jy otir w eto n tion ket his , Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, i
} s , r how eer haceownes' Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets. i
pr, t.Coclwell's Magic i
m . my osyoacs d know
k r ctblhibhstanintig of ___--- - -__________________
t _ trill. 7 Colwel assa BASEBALL AT FERRY FIELD. UNIVERSITY DANCING ACADEMY,
f pityi coad reccs-'
tee hrai eIAN IL. U~ ho The baseball squad psut in their 336 STATE ST.
situanitresident of last day of practice on. the ineonven-
Phamaeuica ScitbcacksoCwe t elot: Fair Ground diamond yesterday, Short term, $2.00. April and May.
tale to recommaend to osr trade bis oil as a aiii hencetorith will tatke their daily Three lessons per weekWednesday ev-
supeiorremtedy is all caces itfsittitins, tests- witrk out at. Ferry Field. ening, Saturday morning and evening.
es sremu cls ansoa or genralttecap-
plicalioc after gytoca cite worklsrteioolee- 'The witrk of yestertday variedt mat By the improved methods of teaching.
eteit. It isiacbighbgratde preparatiootf alco-
ho n ssetia l oils anid sootingt and hetal- one whit from the course pursued The average student can learn to
ing mtedicinalinigrediet'tat'tpeniitte during the past week. Batting, pitch- dance in this time.
quckly and allay till soreness____and__inflamma-__
tiiot, leaeitig the skintiatdttltinitg free fromtlog ant ieflding practice of a routine
stn.iere is stt grease,ttf tatytkisd ttsed inturace cotnstituted the progrsm of the
tiW Cowell's Magic Egyptit i il.TH HAMNCO HE R.
Wet.aset such it tidesce it. ti. Citiweti's cttaches for two hard hours the first TH HAMNCO HE R.
Mttgic Egytiain til thtat we sell eery tottle part ittf the forenoon.
twiththtte ptostivetgarancttee thtat it wiltl give Frihsmscfralocsos
satisfation ii. If it does not yttu can. retr It is announced that Monday's prac- Frihumscfralocsos
the bottle asd we will refunid yourt itoney. tice, if'tthe weather permits, will end Danee music a specialty. Address L.
p wih a sort pactic game be-D Bates, manager, 808 5. Fourth ave-
nuery'sCampus oetiiwthasor-rctctamfe
tweetn two pickced teams representing OO 9f
the biest available material. This will
A. J. WATSON occutr in the aftirnoon, andI as it will Catchers' and basemen's mits and
hb. practically the first opportunity fielders' gloves at prices that can't
W a ill Pap~er, Paints ttihetinthustasts base had to witness he heat. Sttinner's. 40-41
the work ot the men and observe the
aind Oils beefcisilf the first two months of Your eyes examined by an
cotachingi is prohable that a number y~ expert optician. All the lat-
216 East Hluron Street- of stttdents will turn out. est approved appliances and methods
known to the profession are employed.
Base balls from 5c to $1.21 at Skin- New eye glasses fitted, lenses dupli-
-- FINE- ncr's. 40-41. cated, frames repsired. Haller's Jew.
Picure a d Fam s, prl 4 104. cry Store. If.
Any artist can be a photographer Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Dt Pk t. AR~T .5T IpCallndevryphotographer an artist. Store. tf.
217 5. Fourth Avenue. ALEXANDER. Jost received an inpert order of
Athens Theatre block. 135-140. two honderd bundles of finest violin
strings which will be sold at prices
+I.'I~l~iititl~'u2~l.~.l4.iit4 Negligee Coat, Shirts, Cuffs attach- lower than the lowest. Come in and
e m o r t ai ed or detached, at Allen's. see them-Ann Arbor Music Co.
j.. Fountain pens at Cushing's. tf.
~. ~ LOST-A bull terrier pup, white with prices at Cushing's Drug store. tf.
316iS. MatinSft. Annt Airtot. brnl spots, return to 044 East
A University, suit receive reward. Found-A gold pin, "S. M. 5. 92-96"
~i"~itiit5 4~' '4 ____________ marked on front. "Folger, New York"
-- -- - - Special prices on base ball goods on hack. Owner may have same by
Somietinig New in totclabs teams at Skinner's. 40-41 calling at 1209 E. University ave.
Fresh towneys, Allegrettis, Spar- Students-Earn good money during
M ichia~iin ri IlowS row's and Huyler's Chocolates at Cush- vacation. Trading Stamp proposition.
log's Phrmacy. worth $3.00 to $10.00 a day. Exclusive
territory in each of 23 different states
At Darling & Malleaux's Mandolin strings, 20 cents per full available. Call and see me. F. J.
____ _______________set-Ann Arbor Music Co. ( Glen, 202 5. State street. of
OURPOLIC Y
_ The bsuildinug tsp of a Telephoile Systemn with every possible ucod-
emn improvement; the givinig of better service thtan 'as ever thought
" possible before. ITo be honorable, courtcons anld just in every detail.
To ainticipate requirements. To overcome iinpedituienls. To Ibe satis-
fied with nothing shsort of the confidenlce and good will of every citizen
in the county.
- - WASH'TENAWIHOWrl[TELEPH1ONE CO.,
a ironscian sc ons; lar " T ii ihof e tnnttroustcoo io,

I
LienCOLLARS
(lenand CUFFS
ARE THE BEST.
Barker's Collars are stamped'"Linen'
Oher brasds derised ad Sold usasLiessree
RIOT sumped "Usne." Why?
Sold by Wagner & Co.. 2 for 25 ct
Wve are sowing thIefiest seetin
SPRING lNEGLIGEE SHIRT 4
+I It tis eer betsnorpleasri' to
bhsntl.'Gfeseeally spekingi the
ptitteslen toatiedarelt orctiis,
S bitt thetetc eireative, sttall
igitics ssnd stripes tre tilways is '
drA m We avet-'hent tlt i ifl- '
feentl Isticttof sest. il's tc- ,
4: WAGNER & CO.
4'Haberdashers .4 A IHtters jA
PHOTO
DEMON-
STRATION
Come and see your film
developed in daylight.
No charge for
developing.
SATURDAY, 2-6 p. im.
324 S. Stale St.
{Arkansas, Texas, Mexico Z
and Calilornia...}
At. LoustWrlhdsv[aiCty
St reLest WreadvFaCty
the
Iron frountain
Route
Two daily trains to California
Three daily trains to Mexico.
tour daily trains to 'fexas.
Foor daily trains to Hot Springs.
Six daily trains to Little tRock.
1 THE BEST OF EVERTHING.

WRITE HE.'
Hi. D. Armstrong, T. P. A.,
1231 Wtsshtesaw Ave.,
Ann Arbor, MuIch.
View Plsatagu'aphe
Views of city asd campus. Flush lights, Is-
teniors, Groups.
316 S. f"ain Street, Ann Arbor
With Seymour Studio. 'Phose 9il

PRESAITE N
TSumspndenntrs
thewaer's~~o~s eymve~mentd.
TINE 0. A. EDGARTON MIFGO.,^ru'
0 BOX5086 sir~er. Mo..,

MOGUL
LCYMTAN
CIGrARLTTLS
Qrrolvm in Turkey.
Perfected in Egypt.
Lnjoyed in America.
r '*MOcnt SMOKL SMARLS LCYTAN SMOKLRIS
tusk Tipsaor Plin.
Savethtpopta.

Always Ahead
In Styles.

MIL WARD., THE, TAILOR.

The Best
of Ev',rYthin in Tialiriag

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