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April 28, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-04-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

You Surely have heard of
PENNYCOOK
DEMANDS THAT YOUt
EAT ONLY SUCH
THINGS AS ASE
D IGSE S TI BL E
OUR SODA
IS ALL TEAT AND
MOSS, FOE TEE AD-
DITION OF FRESH
FRUIT SYRUPS MAKE
IT DE L I CIOU S
THURSDAY
Lemon Ice ,s Fresh Strawberrys
and Vanilla Ice Cream -
FRIDAY F
Orange Ice 4C Fresh Strawberry
and Vanilla Ice Cream
PRIVATEaAN Iffl
AT GRANG[R'S, BY APPOINTMENT.
Class pogres TaTuesday nothts. S t 0o'clock
Closing Issne 14th.
$YOU CAN GET A
A ittie's, 338 S. State
d2CING ACADEMY
0 SHORT TEIRM. f
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUM4BUS
Parlor CarasollTrais
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
AND
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIVERSI'TY AVSiNUS .
Win. lbochrein,
*an tar 3 r'urnbevi,
steam & Gas fitter.
Vbone 667. 303 Zi. Mtat

State Savings Bank. GEORAGEBIHOF
DIrGRS X.I. ooth DI TCO n o. V Shehan PLOkL5T.
-s. It. Waile' K. 5. 511115 CHOICE CUT PLOW IGS & PLAN T5
\..1. yer Jhn s tarer
Ino. ~ ichProf. IT. s. CarrtiC11tinlst., bisiseci 11o-oSt. aod .MilloeAve'.
Frank P. Glaziesr Christiani las-ibi IlPhoe.Stil.
';+ y OU did right ii goilig to tlieA
timlor. He chiligod yon u mr t
ttantresit-nmade clothes cot he>li
liii gave.,Tit snore of svhiat you wiantliti .
_ lidisvidualdity anid stylec. Yos t r1paf *-4
'I, HOW when he gets your iorder. Col t"
ii lege Brand Clothes are lie to take I
the place of his clothes. Tlhe customI ii
Ya. shops lunches and cutinsi edixe d-ii
P. ti togs-timade jitst fior young fellows
ntoldluacde their way. Extrecle cloths
+ 1 -extremle shapes-ntf extreme prilcs'
ff~ff -, ;',".NEW LINE .RAINCOATS :
$15 to $25 '
Staebler & uerth
(Continued from paseone11.1 MAY PARTY.
because it contained striing and tho- The lasot leap year party to be given
roughsly ideservedt praise for the used-uder the direction of Mrs. Granger,
est ilichigi~n trainier to whom so will take place at the Acaidenmy, Mon-
much cretlit is due, slid Mr. t'itzpat- day evenig, May 2. The Academly
orchestra oci11fornish the musoic.
ricktaquossied that it he omtted. The Cartds can be procurced by the ladies
tally is at liberiy however to print at the Academy. 45.
the tentitment of anoothfer Michigan __________
gradulate, vwhii writes to a Michigan
manO: "As for Keene itzpatrickc, jus~t NOTICE TENNIS MEN.
remember that thc Michigan Alumni,
not only thoisi'toho have worked tn- All candiidateosItir the "Tetinis
der him, hilt also the older fellows, team hantd their nameis lto Ctwt. Lee
feel as ait '86Hman said to me thethswosa5lSuhSletc't
other day tinthoe train, 'There is only
one Fitztatrick an1d whatever hap- The Sattirday mornin'g class at, the
liens, we'mnit keept him in Anno Ar- University Dancing Acatdemny will be
bo the rest iof his life.' " I idiscontinuied. Saturd'iavyoand Wednes-.

Coret tCinches -for. Men
LEASE bear in
'mind that our
finest clothes are
- special order by
_ - _-ALMED'BENJAMIN
CopyrighIt 1lt3 A. B3aceo York. Their Sp-
pare) has been the standard for
30 years. This label
I r jamin&~o
M~it 0 NEW YORK'.
is your guarantee, and ours, that
both of us are getting the, best
ready-for-service apparel: that it
is possible to procure.
Equal to line custom-made in all but';
price. The makers' guarantee, and,
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors, in this city.
CUTllING,- REYER & CO.
no9=11u East Washington St.,
MCHA AVD JAVA
O0,au- O'o'm stin
Alwysfr Zi 8Cspen" pondm
214 Idaho St. DEAN ra co.
New Brunlswick Tables.
ATr
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Finn Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.,:
1lhaeost eceedithe largess:anoltinest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes.
eel't ii'tlit ii0 the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection. °
'very tliig Neat andCleari.
308 S. State Si. R. E. JOLLY <:

THE STAGE
John W. Vogel's Big Minstrels-On
Mondtay evening, May 2nd, will ho
seen too the 11fth time in thin city,
John W. Vogel's Gig City Minstrels,
a vast organization with more min-
strel talent than any other minstrel
troulp now traveling and the finest pri-
vate cars in the world.
The conmpany is directed by the
clever, wide-awake, minstrel manager,
Jobhn W. Vogel, seculring for thin sea-
son the greatest novelties in minstrel'
sy.
Manager Vogel has exercised his
11s11l1careslut gioid jtudgment in or-
ganizing this compsany, which is by
tar the largest, ciotliest, and possibly
the best combination of the kind
bookced to appear here this season.
ALUMNUS HONORED.
James 14.tB. Kaye, who will be at
the hlead of lie Noriiern Michigan
State Nitrnl schootl, at Mtarqttet, next
year, is a graidtate of the tfniversi-
ty of Michigan, in lbs class of 'SI.
Sittce 58911 he has been sulperintend-

day evening classes will citintle dutr-
ing the month of May. 45-47.
FOE SENT-I have a lurge houtse tin
Noirth tDivision street that I will
tiave retnodeled to sulit fraternlity or
sortirity. JAS. It BAtH,
45-63 lLaiwrenlce tBlock.
I will sell my laow libtrary tif abot
275 v oluimes, office fulrnitoure, inludli-
ing ai $100 tate, anid agoitdlbotsitiess,
tfor $500. A rare challce for an ac-
tive yioung lawyer. Atddres
E. 0. TLEWIS,
Wetds-t3 Fcrry, Michl.
Fottntain pens at Cushing's. t1.
tiranger's Acatdenty closes the sea-
sonl Mayl3nt. 'The' T'tesday evening
piractice lirogram will cotntinuettoti
Jitne 2st. The assemblies totJtine
25th. 46.
NOTICE-COMEDY CLUB.
'The Comeidy Club will meet at 7
o'clockl tonight in the Adlelpshi rooms

~THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor1
4326 N. 5h Ave. BlPhnDR57

ent of schools at Cadillac, Mich. I insteaid of 2 13. Dl., as anniouined.

EXCLUSIVE NOVEL lIES IN SPRING SUTITINJC o?
124-123 South Mrain Street WAGNER e4 CO;,

R '- r
I U licl2T A .' IK f
old stoc'k
a
f..

BETTER THAN
EVER BEFORE

In the ORIGINAL and EXCLUSIVE designs, will now be found at
119 S. Mamn Street, next to Wagner &c Co.

BETTER SOLE LEATHER AND
BETTER STOCK THROUGHOUT

For Sale by WM. P. PURFIELD,

Formerly Manager of Puritan Shoe Co.
It For the henefit of my friends and customers, I wish to state thtat George E. Keith never did and never will control the make or
sale of Puritan Shoes, as developemlents will prove. I, alone, control the sale of Puritan Shoes in this city and Washtenaw county.
Anyone deshiring to prove thle truth of thhs assertion may do so hy referringE to page 376, Tiber 7, of miscehlaneous records htn office of
register of deeds, Respectfully yours,
WE ARE NEVER UNDERS OLD-GOOD YEAR.'S DRUG STOKE

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