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May 20, 1904 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A _NWI01 of tloe famous 1". S.
J ust N In:N UIS
+ ____________________The nobbiest alndnmost excluisive pat-
.terus of the the seasou. Call and see them. You may find just
Swhat you've heeu looking for. Ask ahout Y ,
our uew sailor waist trdusers-$4 and $5
flhe ouly perfect fitting peg to1) pant madle. EZ
<< The New Store, 217 S. Main St.:"

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DRESS SUIT CASES
THE LOW-PRICED, I514, ?ItJATAN)) OINE.ST MADE'
HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES
ALL MODERATELY PRICED
M.YACK &CO
,rs.7ros'os

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RANDALL, THlE
1217 E. Washington St.
Granger's., NC G MON'EY LOANED ON
M~r. Cr o..co will li t academy 1)101e I0from tliaDiasoocnd,.
7 to 5a'ehsl~o aseve ia" lox.>t~ i plo a)o. '* Jeiultiryand all High)
Pro Sa II10 )11 I~l~r o.bil1w,8l o Chattel ad j
reach him.('ollateral Seeairity-. )
SBUSINIESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
a^.., .- .A.,. .W. J. LOURIM.
YOU CAN GET A Oppoote Cook louse
j llooi7.lle'nab ng o5 . Plain'47
Hot Lut~nch OlOt (ou's!oo t:,)0, ~i , t 4:30l.
~At yTsttle's, 338 S. State ,-*+..:, .......,* >2d4

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'fl~E WISH to call your attention to the fact that ouor ei-
~'tore lose of SPRING WOOLENS is 01n the tablcs and
will furthoer state that we are ino a position whsere we can grt
all work out promoptly. The very filsto of tailoriong will pre-
vail as uoual at oour estahlishmenot.

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BVRCHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
106 East Huzron~ Street

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New Brunlswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Stale St., S.

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BRa PN~~A1fR
lond the11t'11r 510 n o
are the100110lsthOat wary5'ocae
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ca' obly o ltr f017)1 lthng
can otrtor r . Pionly 2e.ato re
BANNER SUSPEDCOLOR
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CICGAOEM
BUIFCNTAL DNE
NEWECYORKN
MICHIG AND MBOSTON
LOLo'-laS CyStNPol ndTh ORs.
write Tw. .iagEaraFensRte."'nrbr

TOURNAMENT WITH OBERLIN
The kilirhigan Tennis loam com-
01.11 5of6Capt. ILee, SI. John, 011n0
_il .lleNeil, will 5g11t10Oberlia far a
1e1j17lg mes1on Sal 111115. The
o at.01 1 lillC ofl llthe Chicago71
.1111 lamllllolhaa gives the mn)00addledl
lllillelll5 51111hey expect to take
ihe Congregationalistslntlul)camp
.v11115110mulch trou~ble. The Oberlin
.)laiyers, holwever, haveco cme credlita-
bly thlroulgh several hard series anli
ilay he explectedl 011swing hir rac-
511015 witho skill.
SCHtULE TO COMPETE AT ST.-
LOU IS.
It was lelaraedl todaIy that Schule
will tcollllpeeis thoeOlympian games
it St. Loulis, June1 4, uanler the cololrs
llt'e 70iliwaukee Atletic clubl.
chute is 11hurd1lng in fine 011rm and~
x,]7711 111110 Kranzlein's recrd~l.
FENCERS' CLUB NOTICE.

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Turkish Cigarettes and PipesI
eer broughtitthle ity.
FioeLooclscs in Connection.
Everything Neat and Cleano.
301 5. Slate St. R. E. JOLLY
University students desiring to an-
care positions to teach will fiod it to
their interest to write to James F'.
McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Cii.'
caoO. tf.
Chaise oishes at HaIler's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Complete stock of Washbun, Martin,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
prices, tf
FOR SALE-Right rosin furnishedt
cottage, all csnveniences, oituated
o Michigan State park. Machinac
Island. AddresJ. A. aBursley, 604
Madisan avenue, Ann Arbor.
TEACHERS WANTED.
Seniors, do you specialize in Latinl
r Cerlsan? We can interest y117.
lVt11r A. '.P.ecarce, 675 5. Ingalls,
0. of M. represantativee 00 Lewis
Teacher's Agency.

No KODAK
Complete Without
a Developing Ma=
chine
Put0 01n17in your trun1k slnd
devehope whle yout travel.
With Sepia postalI cardis 05u
can1 Ilail prin~ts 01) 1101
Calkins

' l°re will he an imortant mleeting Chafing dishes at Holler's Jewelry
1i ithe 'l'1c"0o' Club at 6:45 pI.in., Store. 0f.
1111)5 illthe ''irophy 10011m.
Jerosme K. Jerosme's "Milss Hbs"
LOW RATES TO ST. LOU IS. .10tloh Athens Msnday night, May 2c1.

'oI'll udts1015wholintendI visitinog
the WVorld's Fair, he SMichigan Cen-
trol o~ffers o Tuesdays and Thulrs-
11555 the remlarktably low role of $9.75
fotr the roulnd trilp. This rate, is the
lo~west thlat will he in effect from Ann
Arbor, and is goodl via Chicago oiver
the I. C. R. R.,6'. & A.1 or Wabash
lit coachts only. 'The retorn limit is
seven days including date of sale. Yon
nmay make a daylight trip hy eaving
Ann Arbtir on the Michigan Central
5:20 fast morning train, arriving in
St. Lolis at 7:72 p. m. Other tickets
for 15 days, 69 days, or for the oeason,
at higher rates. Ask at the ticket of-
fet' for Coil particuslars and for
World's Fair folder showing map ci
the grounds. 67 eod.
CONFERENCE MEET RESULTS
Direct wire results will he received
at sloe "ORIERNT" on each event at
the Conference Meet, Chicago, Satur-
day, May 21. 65-66.

You will find the best strings for
vioiin, mandolin, guitar and banjo at
Root's Music House. We make a
specialty of the best. Try them. wfo
The Fiske Jubilee singers will give
a concert in the Congregational
church Friday evening, May 70. Gen-
eral admission 25 canto. Reserved
seats 15 cents at Newberry Mall each
afternoon from 3 to 6. 164-165
Chaffing dinhes at Haller's Jewelry
Store. f.
Vibromassage - At Trojy's. It's
great tf.
Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
row's, .Huyler's, chocolates at Cush-
togs Pharmacy, 71.
.Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo.
Washbun, Regal & Martin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices the lowest. tf

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CATERING CO. *
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AN Ali
:BANQUET HALL
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SeilSunday Dinner
Frm12.30 to 2 O'clock.
.s
®Rot Shad, Frogs aild Chicken, 36c
2 S31 S. State St. Phone 4+67
ELEiCTRIC PAN.5
Electric Cka fing IM}Diske5
Electric Tab~le Laivspo
In Cfotyonrtlting o he upl,~n
rot. Cll ihna4n eou r display...
WASITIENAW LIOJ-IT &
Cor, Waahin emond 4 tOh Ave. Ploon.Z76

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Z" AL L EN' S F OR Q UAL I TY"
IWe give the hest Clothing Valtues, saving you three to five
dollars osn your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready
$10.00 and $ 13.00
TROUS[RS, ALL PRIES
IALLEiN, THE CLOTHIEIR, M1AIN STR[ET

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