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May 25, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-25

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THE _MI,&IHIGAN ISAILY
In ANEW LOIH~ of the famous d4S. £.
~ Jus fri SPRNG sns. 1 DRESS SUIT CASES
The nobbiest and most exclusive pat- ) THE LOW-PRICED, MEDIUM AND FINEST MADE J
terns of the the season. Call and see them. You may fid just d HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES 3
Swhat you've been looking for. Ask about r,. TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES
+our new sailor waist trousers-$4 and $5L ODRTLYPIE
ALMDRTLPRCDthe osily perfect fittinlg peg top pallt made.;
Th Theher NeQSor,,WT..an t." AC & C
4J
ThRANDwALor, a,S.ai t.M CK C
, THEI 'WE WISH to call your attention to the fact that our en-
4 tire line of SPRING WOOLENS is on theO tables and
will fnrthter state that we are ini - position where we can get
***** ~ ~ Sall work out promptly. Thy t'eryfi'Iest of tailoring will pre-
1 I U I UKt~K l vail as usnal at our establislhment. -, -RA2hH RA6
BVKC HFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
I121 E. WVashington St. 140 106 East Huzrou% Street
** :Bifb~+.+k~ N M .;,g., ;r,.,,ff+~if#sid-4 ® 1 liiiil~~ ONINIi i i

C~cnn~~ACA D E M Y'Y:"sr + 1
OffI~JiceODACI ..*MONEY LOANED ONd;
Mr Granger weil be atacademy ollien Iron,. , Watches, Diamonds, t
7 toa8eoclock eetnnsexepting Monday). ;" Jewelr-yand all High +
Frm95a, m. tob5P. to. lPhoneNo.owill :. Class Chattel and
reach hit. Collateral Security. '
+hOBSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

YOU CAN GET A 0
HtLunch 0
Trim Above
and the
Neat Feet
arnte legs that wa
BRIHTON CL P fAITFERS
FOR liEN
PAi..The fanmotslBrithton ftateclap
rant possilyecatc robfray theclotting-
amatesathegatesimpl,tcuranodabso-
lately cotmfortnble. Alade ofloea pec
pur-e silk webhowtth nickelttrimmngs that
cnnoterutorerub. tre-eonclyn25c. attoes
ortbytmail. Get the "BIteTOaNn."
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO,
718 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Maker f nou , Supenders.
~dwlUNIVRSITY DAN-
CINGi ACADEMY
t~jL.L 336 State St.
SilItIT 'TII.}
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parlar Car.ash ll Traine
MICHIGAN ,MICHIGAN
BANNERS -inC OL OR S
LOVEL'S CORNER STORE.
LjIOHJ6ANCENT'
"The Niagara Falls Route,"
SFER SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct eoanections at Chicago for St
Lasis, Kansas City. St. Pant and the Went
Far iaformation aad through tickets call on or
write tc W. W. CASR, Agent. Aan Arbor.

W. J. LOURIM.
Oppotte CanktClase -'
Rhoma7,denning iIoc(. P'hotted4.9
Oice flourns ito.1:0,ito 4:3.
GRADUATION RECITAL
Miss Davis delighted an unusually
large audience by the program whicb
she presented in her graduation reel-
1a1 laot night. Thoutghsnolt as coedi-
denlt 0as011emight he, 11cr OXOc Ition
was very brilliant and did credit tu
her instructor, Mr. Lockwood, under
whom she has worked for a number
of years. Miss Davis romeo from
Mexico City, Mexicu.
INTERSCHOLASTIC NOTICE
Any independent who will take care
of a visiting athlete during the Inter-
scholastic meet front Friday noon un-
til Saturday nigh) will be given a
tcoke) to thle contest for bolth lays.
Any wishing to do so will please
notify bty Thurbday evening, Charles
-. Hayes, interscholastic Manager.
t0'71LN. University Ave., Telephone
532. 16)9-71.
N'OTICE! GLEE CLUB.
Final rehlearsal Wedinesday, May 25,
7 1). m.toom 2-1, U. H.
FINAL CLASS GAME
The final class game between the
'07 Lits and the '1)7 Medico, will be
played on 'Varsity Field, Wednesday,
May 25, at 4 p. m.
MGR. CLASS (lAMES.
LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS.
To stttdents who intend visiting the
World's Fair, the Michigan Central
olffers on Tuesdays and Thursdays
the remarkably low rate of $9.75 for
the round trip. This rate is the low-
est that wilt be in effect from Ann
Arbur, ant isi good via Chicago over
the 1. C. H. H., C. & A., or Wabash
in coaches only. The return limit is
seven days including date of sale.
You may make a daylight trip by
ceaving Ann Arbor on the Michigan
Central 5:20 fast morning train, ar-
riving in St. Louis at 7:32 p. m.
Other ticksets for 15 days, or for the
season, at higher rates. Ask at the
ticket office for ftull particulars and
for World'n Fair folder thowing map
of the groundn. 63 end

New Brunlswick Tables'
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Flat Cigars and Tohaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate Si., S.
I have last received the largest and finest
line o1
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neast and Cleatn.
308 S. Siate Si. R. E. JOLLY
University students desiring to se-
euro psositions to teach will Gond it to
their interest to writs to James F.
Mscullouigh, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
cago., tf.
Chaffing dishes at HaIler's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Complete stock of Washhun, Marlin,,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
prints. tf

No KODAK
Complete Without
a Developing Ma-a
chine
Pttt onte in your tritik astd
develope whtile yott travel.
Witht Sepia postal cards you
catinstail printis to your
frieitts enrote.
Calkins

Chafing dishes at Hailer's JewelryII
Store. tf.
Mandolin strings 20c per full set,
Banjo airings 25c per full set. Guitar
strings 30c per full set. Violin strings TU u'Iii
35c ptr full set.
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.:r..........._..._.
Chaffing dishes at Hailer's JewelryI
Store. tf.
Vibrassage- At Trojy's. It's.:''
great. tf.
'resh Lowney's, Ailegrettti's, Sptar- ARROW COLLAR
row's, Huyler's, chocolates at Cushi- 15 CENTS, 2 FRn2a CENTS
lug's Pharmacy. tf. CtOETT, PEtABODYv& O.
--Completet stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washbun, Regal & Martin Mandolins _____
on hand. . Pricts 1t lowet. tf
SUMMER WORK OYSTER BAYV
Student agents, wanted for Mc
Clure's Magazine. Large commisin. s CATERING CO.
Cash pricen for best work. Easy.*
Dignified. Write now for full partir-*
ulars. 141 East 25th St., New York A I U'
City. 167-c. :C$-
NOTICE! GLEE CLUB. ® AND
Final rehearnel Wednenday, May ® BAN QUET HALL
25, 7 p. m. Room 2d, U. H. T-W *__
NOTICE. : Special Sunday Dinner
S From 12.30 to 2 O'clock.
General meeting of the Deutscher
Verein, May 33, 4: 30 p. in., Room .
C. Election of officern.$ Roe Shad, Frogs and Chicken, 35c
JOB PRINTING- MEYERS, 215 315S. State St. Phone 467
Main Sb. S. Phone 211. fff fooOOON 4doo
Fountain pens RE Gushing's. If.--

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" AL LE N'$S F OR Q UAL I TY"
We give the best Clothinag Valules, saving you three to five
dollars on your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready ;
$10.00 and $ 15.00
TROUSERS, ALL PRICES
ALLEN, THE CLOTHIER, MlAIN STREET

fEectricC Cka f ing DiNI'eS
Is hfact, anything ta ligitt-up 'yane
manot. Call in and s e u ali~lay..
WAS5HTE NAW LlI6HT &
POWER COM'PANY.
1 Ca.'t'a..l.n eory ani4th Ava. Pkhn.Z73

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WVE ARE NEVER UNDEIRSOL;D-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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