THE MICHIGAN DAILY
State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCIOFF,
W. I. Booth D CTI6Jo. V. Sheehan .. L 1~'~T
Wm. Arnold Or. V. C. Vaughan
as. s. Wade E. F. Mills CHOICE CUT PLOWS & PLANTS
N. J. lyer John Haarer
Jno. Kloch Prof. H. S. Carhart Chapin St., between Huron St. and Miller Ave.
Frank P. Glazier Christian Martin Phone S0.-
We want every visitor to
Ann Arbor, as well as our
regular patrons, to make our
store a meeting as well as a
resting place. It is not es-
sential that you purchase.
Our dining room will be open
from 6:30 a. in. to i a. ii,
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_ TAILOR got hold of an English
College Sack the other day and
_ copied it. Don't blame him.
Nothing on the fashion cards half so
graceful-that's just one feature about
our clothes. Lots more besides exclu-
ness however. There's the real custom
fiish-t4e hand work on lapels-in the
front-on the collars-the extremely
ultra shape of all the garments- the fig-
ures built into the coats to lend a good
physique to any Young Fellow who
needs it! Wrought for men on the in-
side and the outside of college. Their
price is level, too!
Fine Line Fancy Hosiery 25c-50c
New Line Neckwear, just in, 50c'
Staebler & Wuerth
Mr. Grasger will be at academy oice Iron
7 to 9 o'clock evenings (exce ptingMonday).
Froem9a.s i n.to5l . mn. Phone No.iowill
YOU CAN GET A
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
SHOT6M State St. $
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars onall T'rainh
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
707 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUB.
%0tam & Gas fitter.
jbone 667. 3035. State St
121-123 South aIln Street
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Michigan ....100 00011* 34 5
Oberlin .. ..100000000110
McClusky out in 5th on foul bunts.
Three base hit-Turner. Two base
hit Bird. Sacrifice hits-DePree,
Carrothers, Redden. Stolen bases-
Bird, DePree. Base on balls-by Na-
gle, 4; by Wiley, 2. Hit by pitcher-
by Wiley, Bird; by Nagle, Rupp.
Struck out--By Nagle, 5; by Wiley, 5.
Let on bases, Michigan, 2; Oberlin, 5.
Double plays-Nagle to DePree, San-
delburg to Barrow. Umpire Byron.
The next dance of the Social Club
series will occur Thursday evening,
May 12, at 9 o'clock. Tickets are non-'
GOOD GOVERNMENT CLUB
All candidates for office in the Good
Government Club should hand in their
names to the secretary by Saturday
of this week. 57-58.
LOST-May Festival ticket, section
5, No. 191. Return to G. McCoy,
556 So. State street. Reward. 559
FOR SALE-Eight room furnished
cottage, all conveniences, situated
on Michigan State park, Machinac
Island. Address J., A. Buisley, 604
Madison avenue, Ann Arbor.
TO THE SENIORS.
Special senior rates to all senior
departments at Randall's. Come ear-
ly and avoid the rush. 54-59.
Best reserved seats for May Fes-
tival at Skinner's.
May Festival tickets wanted at
Unversity students desiring to se-
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write to James F.
McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
Fountain pens at Cushing's. tif.
Notice is hereby given of the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Inlander Publishing Company, to oc-
cur Saturday, May 14, 1904, at 11
o'clock a. m., in Room 8, of West Hall.
EDWARD SAMUEL CORWIN,
..Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washbun, Regal &- Martin Mandolins
on hand. .Prices the lowest. tf
Complete stock of Washbun, Martin,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
Mandolin strings 20c per full set,
Banjo strings 25c per full set. Guitar
strings 30c per full set. Violin strings
35c per full set.
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
Vibromassage - At Trojy's. It's
S JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 215
Main St. B. Phone 281.
Chafing dishes at Halter's Jewelry
Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
row's, Huyler's, chocolates at Cush-
ing's Pharmacy. tf.
Ma you had a Vibromassage at
Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
S IN SPRING
Correct Clothes for Men
pocket, or waist-
coat strap should
bear this label
Conyright 10, A.B. &Co.
MAKERS * NEW YORK
if you want the finest possible
ready-for-service apparel. It's on
all the "Correct Clothes for
Men," and means the same as
S18-K" on gold, and "STERL-
ING" on silver.
Equal to fine custommade in all but
price. The makefs' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors in this city.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.
109-i il East Washington St.
THE MARK OF THE BEST
C LU E T T P A"Y C
New Brunlswick Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have just receivi 1t' larest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to tie city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
E.erything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State Si. R. E. JOLLY
MOCH AND JAVA
OurO wn R-pastinra
Always fresh 28e pea- pound
214 Main St.
DEAN (a CO.
THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
rROWE's LAUNDR J
326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
WAGNER & Co.
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No old stockPURITAN SHOES
In the ORIGINAL and EXCLUSIVE designs, mill now be found at
119 S. Main Street, next to Wagner & Co.
BETTER SOLE LEATHER AND
BETTER STOCK THROUGHOUT
For sale by WM. P. PURFIELD,
Formerly Manager of Puritan Shoe Co.
For the benefit of my friends and customers, I wish to state that George E. Keith never did and never will control the make or
sale of Puritan Shoes, as developements will prove. I, alone, control the se of Puritan Shoes in this city and Washtenaw county.
Anyone desiring to prove the truth of this assertion may do so by referring to pgie 376, liber 7, of miscellaneous records in office of
register of deeds, Respectfully yours,
WE ARE NEV'E.R UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STO R E