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May 11, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAKEI A [00K
At the Straight Front and Double
Breasted Varsity-Hart, Schaff=
ner & Marx Make. They are two
of the snappiest styles praduced
this season, and many of the heat
dressers like the doable breasted
style heat far summer wear.
4$15.00 to $20.00.

Agency for
THE GUYER $3 HATS
The NewStore-217,5. Main St.
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The Clothier

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DRESS SUIT CASES
THIE LOW-PRICED, MEDIUM AND FINEST NADU
HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
. TRUNK'S IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES
ALL MODERATELY PRICED
MACK&CO.

I1HOTO6RAPHER I
1 121r E. Washington Stn

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Wl1',E WISH to call your attention to the fact that our en-
tire linle of SPRING WOOLENS is on the tahles and
will1further state that we are in a position where wencan get
all work out prom~ptly. The very fillest of tailorinlg will pre-
vail as usual at our estahlishment.

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BVLTCHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
106 East HaNsron~ Street

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Trim Above
and ' the
Neat Feet
BRIGilTON SP GARTERS
FOR iEN
The gartrs othai I-teat I. -that
P.nl 'rie Iamus iigtontt laisp
ca 't pitsl ety h at- Itayi,."ltl-
m ks thatert-sileaiitil fun.sd cs
pa ucee1:wb with iiickl tltitht
canntat or rnesh. iee ouly Vat stcuor
or by sl. eS 1t tire I ~ ~
1Il\IOE RI'P\PalEIIIC1,
155 Markt 5iri-tPhilaelpia.
6rdnger's ,AADEMY
Office Hounr-a
AMfnGrinetrswile atadey oficerm
7 tai8 oeclock stenings .(x.epthing Mnday).
From 91a rn t1 5 1 iin. 1'tre Nl, z ill
YOU CAN GET A
~Hot Lunch
#At Tate' 338 S. State
12UNIVRSITY DAN- Ln
'y'CING ACADMY
33i5 SatSt5. 11J
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMYBUS
Palna C. n.I ainti.
MICHIGAN .MICHIGAN
BANNERS ifl COLORS
[OVELL'S CORNER STORE.
"The Niagara Eal1s Route."
THE SEORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
witha dareCitynetlas athao fr t
For inormaton and throghieets call snor
write toW. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor.

1 A NEW BON BON
Calkins is selling the mast delicious
eating chocolate that ever was.
Peters Milk Chocolate is made in
Switzerland and is as mulch better
than colmaon sweet chocolate as it
ran be. lila, 20c, 40c. 57-58.
FON SALE-Eight room furnished
coittage, all eonveniences, situated
ono Michigan State park, Hachinac
Islandl. Address J. A. Dursley, 604
Madisun avenue, Ann Arbor.
TO THE SENIORS.
Special senior rates to all senior
departments at Randall's. Came ear-
ly andl avoid the rash. 54-59.
Meat reserved seats for Hay Fes-
tival at Skinner's.
Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Store. tf.
JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 216
Main St. S. Phone 281.
Chafing dishes at Halller's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
row's, Huyler's, chocolates- at Cush-
ings Pharmacy. Cf.

University students desiring to se- +I~II -L ' -.St*
cure positions to teach will find it to +'
their interent to write to James F. j MONEY LOANED ON
McCullough, 619 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi- Wths imns
cago. Waheslr ian ondHig
Founainpen atCushng'. t. + Class Chattel and
Foutan pnsatCuoins. .1 ~ Collateral Security.
INLANDERRUS ISESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
IN ANDR.W. J. LOURIMV..
Notice is hereby given of the annual Opeposite Cooki House
meeting of the stockholders of the .;f.Roo,iaI H ~enl~ inglacii. Fhone 459.
Inlander Publishing Company, taor- Office llamas 9ata ii0, 1 to 4:30..
cur Saturday, May 14, 1904, at 11 l~ta3
o'clock a. in., in Room 8, of West Hall.
EDWARD SAMUEL CORWIN, __
tf Secretary. - ---
..-Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washhun, Regal & Marlin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices (lie lowest. tf
Complete stock of Washhsn, Martin, THE MARK
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest OF THE BEST
petHAMandolin strings 20e per foil set, S 1 1 R T
Banjo strings 25c per fall set. Guitar CLUETT, PEABODY &CO.
strings 30c. per fall set. Violin strings MAKpESOr
35c per fall set. CLUETT AND ARROW COLLARS
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.

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fVibromassage - At Trajy's. It's -
great. _ __ _ _ tf. New Brullswick T ables
NOTICE FENCERS' CLUB. ATr
Important meeting of the Fencers' REID'S BILLIARD= PARLORS,
Flee Cigarn and Tobaccos
Club, Wednesday, May 11. Adoption JAS. W, REID, Prop. 312 Slate St., S.
of new constitution. All come. Heet-

Have you had a Vibromassage at ing called at 7 p. mn. sharp.
TroJy'a? Cf.I SCHMITZ, Sec.

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1ay esl.Ival
During the coining week you will 110-doubt
have friends anad relatives here to attend thae
Festival. They will wanst tunchles anad you
will want them to have thae heat. They will
be ever so much hetter satisfied here than at
youlr hoardinsg house, whlere they will 11ave to
' wait till someone else has eaten; and then we
call give thenm
lees, Sherbets, lee Cream or Soda, Straw-
berrij Short Cake
Alad ally numb~er of deserts thlat will please
tlam.
P[ENNYCOOK.

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I hase jost received the largest and finest
linealf
-Turkish Cigarettes and' Pipes
s ever broaght to the city.
Pine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
3S. Slate S. R E. JOLLY
hOY STE R I'B AY
® CATERING CO.
ICA iFE
SAND
BANQUET HALL
SSpecial Sunday Dinner
Fram 12.30 is 2 O'clock.
SRoe Shlad, Frogs and Chicken, 35c
315 S. State St. Phone 467
rLtCTkIC PAN.
lectric Cka f itg Dish'es
Electr ic Talse Lampsa
InI fist, iathings to lighteh np yoar
roann. gall ina s eo u 4ina lahia.
WAMITIII'AW LIG*IT' &
POWERI(COMPANY.
Cir. W.-.hi goiiindehth Ave. Phohei25'

~"A L LE N'S F OR QU AL I TY"
We give the heat Clothinsg Values, saving you three to five
dollars 011 your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line iaow ready
$10.00 and $ 13.00
TROUSERS, ALL PRICES
~A[[EN, THE CLO0Th'IER, MrAIN STREET

r i~iriNnirn ti 1 1

WE. ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STORE

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