OF all iced dishes none has
met with more approval in
the East than Cardinal Pnnch.
In order that onr cnstomers
may have the latest and hest,
we will serve this delirious
State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF orrect Clothes for Mefn
W. .J.11011 . ticl xkcoh1V. Sheehan F'LOkI.T
Win. Arn-old lDe. V. C. Vaughan
las. HI. Wade E. F. Mills CHOI1CE CUT PLO WCR & PLANT RET no more-
n. .1. lcer John rf. uarer
Su~eca. .5 CahariChacpin' .,betweesnllc (s t. avi Mi l l rt e.r your clothes.
FrutYGair Christian ih tC-hin hlsne sc0}
a S~io r tta~t +itair*t~a~i~+ ' F ~ *r~i~~ ' ia* s Hjover. A glance
".Y Uddrighst in going to tile r u store will con.
yo itailor. he charged you more vince you that
than ready-made clothes cost, but Ilie }45oyrgt 93 ..& deliverance from
~ ij~it f~ gave von more of what yon wvmitcr-- eod ready-mades and extravagant
iindividuality anidtstyle. Yoo Otrl / custom mr~adies is at hand. This
Mow when liegt yonr order. Colt.ae
I', .. "
/1lege Brand Clothes are here to talceS
the place of Ihis clothes. Tile custoni
w'shop's tonches and cot ini ready-fixed- ;
x f i togs-made just for young fellows
anidniade their way. Extreme cloths
-extreme shiapes-ntu extreme pricesa
NEW LINE RAINCOATS
$15 to $25;
Staebler & Wuerth
's fred~enamin& o
M AKERS I NEW YORK
is on our finest garments, because
we want your trade and only the
best goods will bring it to us.
Equal in fine custom-made in all hut
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distrihutors in thin city.
CUTTING , REYER & CO.
i09=51 East Washington St.
f® ®' 1907 ENGINEERS WIN. FOR RENT-I have a large house or
- ---- - ---- ---North Division street that I wilt
AC have remodeled to ccitt fraternity or
Gr n r AYesterday afternoon the 1907 Eeli- sorority. JAS. It BACHT,
ANC .. ING neers beat the lass6 Engineers by the 45-63 Lawrence Bilockc.
Office Hosurs score ofi 7 to 6. Blatteries were Clark __________
Mrc. ciraccuer ccii e ci araciemy c15.e fromc and tGifford for the 116 men aod Rylce Unertytunsdsingos-
to s olect ecnicc ..(sc tc ;Maccc yt. aniciMorrison tar the '07. 'rho game IUiest1tdnt eiigt o
I ccc () , in.Ito 5 p. i 'hoe No. 6cwittl atelcten h ichr.Icure positioos to teach wiltlfied it to
rech hcin lwas a btl btenih ithr. their interest to write to James F.
McCuttoogh, 639 Fine Artu Bide., Chi-
FOR SALE-Eight room forniched cage. tf.
coittage, all conveniencec, situated __________
0 YOU CAN GET A j ccco Michigan State tacit, Machinac Fountain pens at Cushings. tf.
H ~ t Madiscon avenue, Ann Arbor.
A t attle's, 338 S. State ________ NAOR
" ' e Students Desiring Profitahle work
- for the sumnier are invited to call on f Notice ic hereby given oif the ancncal
L. J. tHarwood, Room 12, Cook Rouse. meeting of the stoecholcders of the
Call at once in the afternoon or eve- Inlander Puiblishing UComicany, to or-
UNIVERSITY DAN- ninig.v 53-56. cucr Saturday, May 14, 1904, at It1
CING ACADEMY_________ o'clock a. in., in Room 8, of West Rail.
tUJL Mdtat Cc.BALONYAT GANGR'S EDWARD SAMUEL CORWINc
SHtORT IT D 0. t ALOYA GAGRS tf Secretary.
1 o-- -- rr- e r -
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parlor- Cra ohsall Tcacs
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
707 N. UNIVlESITY AVENUE.
Granger's Academy is not a public
ball, tbe room for dancing is simply
an addition to and part of Mr. and
Mrs. tGranger'c residence. While Mr.
tGranger woulid like to be able to open
lice balcony to visitors, the privilege
is abtused very often, and he is again
obiliged to close the bcalcony; this in-
clccdes rented evenings as well as dur-
ing regular acsemblies. 55-56
RiY'SALE-A handsome Ransom
& Randolph dental cabineL. Good
as new, $00.00, at Professor Migley's,
928 Olivia street. 54-56.
TO THE SENIORS.
..- Complete sleek of Brandt, Waldo,
Washbun, Regal & Marlin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices the lowest. t
Complete stuck uf Washbsn, Martin,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
Mandulin strings 20ce per full set,
Banju strings 25e per full set. Guitar
strings 30lc per full set. Violin strings
35c per full set.
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
Vibromassage - At Trojy's. It's
NOTICE FENCERS' CLUB.
Imptirtant meeting ccfthicecrers'
Club, Wecdnesday, Bay 11. Adocptions
of new constitctico. Altlrctme. Meet-
ing called at 7 p. nm. sharp.
Flue Clears and Tobaccos
JAS. T. REID, Prep. 312 Stale St., S.
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
c-cc-c- cccccc ict toc icc city.
Pine Lunches in Connection.
308 S. Slate SL. R. B. JOLLY
0-cus Own R.nstins
At-IVscynfresh 28C perpoaud
214 Ma tuic. DEAN (A. CO.
32 a.'Ils Ave. Bell Phone 457.t
Wim, lbochrein, Special senior rates to all senior
departments at Randall's. Come ear-
Z anitarv llrumber, ly and avoid the rucsh. 54-59.
steam & On fitter. Dest reserved seats for May Fec-
Il~botse 667. 303 Z. State St tival at Skinner's.
1iXCL USI VL NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITINGS
121-123 South "ain Street WAGNER .CO.
No. old stock PURITAN SH
In the ORIGINAL and EXCLUSIVE designs, will now be found at
119 S. Mai n Street, next to Wagner Co.&0
BETTER SOLE LEATHER AND
.BETTER STOCK THROUGHOUT
For sale by WM. P. PURFJELD,
Formerly Manager of Puritan Shoe Co.
For the henefit of my friends and customersi, I wish to state that George E. Keith never did and never will control the make or
sale of Puritan Shoes, as developenlents will peove. I, alone, control the sale of Puritan Shoes in thil city and Washienaw county.
Anyone desiring to prove the troth of this assertion may do so hy referrinmg to page 376, fiher 7, of miccellaclocs records in office of
register of deeds,. Respectfully yocirs,
WE ARE .NEVER. UNDERSOLD- GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STIOR E