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May 27, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-27

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TH M1 ItIGAN DAILT
A NEW LOT of the famous . . DRESS SUIT CASES
Jiust l 1 SPRINGSUTS.
The nobbiest and most exclusive pat- THE LOW-PRICED, MEDIUM AND FINEST MADE
terns of the the season. Call and see them. You may find just HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
what you've been looking for. Ask about TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES
our new sailor waist trousers-$4 and $5 a:ALL MODERATELY PRICED
the only perfect fitting peg top pant made.
The New Store, 217 S. Main St. .MACK & CO.
f RANDALL, THE I ' E WISH to call your attention to the fact that our en-
tire line of SPRING WOOLENS is on the tables and
will further state that we are in a position where we can get
all work out promptly. The veryfiuest of tailoring will pre=
wail as usual at our establishment.
I~HOTO6RAPHER
BVRCHFIELD'S FINE TAILORIING TRADE
f 12 . Washington St. !106 East HUroi Street
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ACADEMY~ 22::-ppz2~~:.
GrIhtjer sqfDANCING MONEY LOANED ON
Office Hours:
Mr. Granger will be at academy office from Watches, Diamonds,
7 to 8 o'clock evenings (excepig Monday). Jewelry,and all High
From 9 a, m. to 5 p, m. Phone No. 6 will Class Chattel a n d
reach him. Collateral Security.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

YOU CAN GET A
Hot Lunch
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
T .rim Above
and the
Neat 'irFeet
BRIIITON eARs iARTERS
FOR LiEN
Thegmelesa CMIer-Chol Cenn-tatC
I'bLlmnoo Ieiglee Coleln
a es Ci ay , oele n y leianc
ret e e sha tweinriecs 11a01
BRymNl. 01 1he GToN."
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
T 1 Ma rke Stire-t, Phldep-hia.
makes ersiompeepend s.
PION ACADER
36 Sate St.$
SHIORT TERM. }
0110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Parlor Cara.o!%all'Tra
MICHIGAN .,MICHIGAN
BANNERS COLORS
LOVELL'S CORNER STORE.
AICHITAN CENT1WJM
"The Niagara Falls Route."
T HE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO.
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
wIth direct connections at Chicago for St
Louis, Kansas City. St. Paul and the Went
For information and through tickets call on or
write to W. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor.

W. J. LOURIM.
Opposite Cook House
Room 7, Henning Block. Phone 459.
e . Office Hours 9 to 11:30, 1 to 4:30.
± 7:00to 8:30
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PROF. PETTEE DEAD.
Wm. H. Pettee, professor of mining
engineering, died suddenly at his home

New Brunlswick Tables
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have just received the largest and finest
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY
University 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-
cago. tf.

No KODAK
Complete Without
a Developing Ma=
chine
Put one in your trunk and
develope while you travel.
With Sepia postal cards you
can mail prints to your
friends enroute.
Calkins
State St.

late last evening. Chafing dishes at Haller's Jewels
Store. tf.

ry

NEW TELEPHONE CO.
The Washtenaw Home Telephone
Co. is installed in its new commodious
offices on Liberty street and is start-
ing its service today with such tele-
phones as are in place and will soon
be in complete operation. The toll
lines are rapidly nearing completion
These lines will reach every town or
city in this and other states by copper
service.
The opening up of the Independent
toll lines will mean much to the ma-
jority of students as they have inde-
pendent telephones in their homes,
and besides they will save messenger
fees and get cheaper rates in nearly
all cases.
The Home Company has equippedl
its plant with the best that the mall-
ket affords and will certainly give
quick and efficient service.
Their building is open for inspection
at any time to those interested in el-
ectrical development should take ad-
vantage of the opportunity.
LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS.
To students who intend visiting the
World's Fair,, the Michigan Central
offers on Tuesdays and Thursdays
the remarkably low rate of $9.75 for
the round trip. This rate is the low-
est that will be in effect from Ann
Arbor, and is good via Chicago over
the I. C. R. R., C. & A., or Wabash
in coaches only. The return- limit is
seven days including date of sale.
You may make a daylight trip by
leaving Ann Arbor on the Michigan
Central 5:20 fast morning train, ar-
riving in St. Louis at 7:32 p. m.
Other tickets for 15 days, or for the
season, at higher rates. Ask at the
ticket office for full particulars and
for World's Fair folder showing map
of the grounds. 63 eod

Complete stock of Washbun, Martin,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
prices. tf
Chafing dishes at Haller's Jewelry
Store. tf.
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.
Chaffing dishes at Haller's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
row's, Huyler's, chocolates at Clsh-
ing's Pharmacy. tf.
..Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washbun, Regal & Martin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices the lowest. tf
SUMMER WORK
Student agents wanted for Mc-
Clure's Magazine. Large commission.
Cash prizes for best work. Rasy.
Dignified. Write now for fall partic-
ulars. 141 East 25th St., New York
City. 167-e.
$5.00 REWARD.
A reward of $5.00 will be given to
anyone returning two vases and an
iron horseman taken from Pi Beta Phi
house. No questions asked.
NOTICE.
General meeting of the Deutscher
Verein, May 31, 4: 30 p. m., Room
C. Election of officers.
JOB PRINTING - MEYERS, 215
Main St. S. Phone 281.
Fountain pens at Cushing's. tf.

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6 GOOD FISINGI
At Oyster Bay.
2-.4-
= Soft Shell trabs
Lobsters Frog Legs
31 Live White Fish and Trout
A Few Black Lass
Little Neck Clams
Lorge licy Steaks
Lamb Chops
Rarebits Sliced Cucumbers
Tomatoes Riadishes
oung Onions
Lettuce Asparagus on Toast
Large Fresh Strawberries
Oranges Pineapples Ice Cream
Fresh Fruit Ices
Strawberry Shortcake with
Whipped Cream
(Not the 10c kind others are serving)
Sandwiches Eggs
Omelets and Potatoes any style
--+-
Everything in season fit for a prince 3&
TRY OUR SPECIAL DINNERS
12 to 1:30 p.m. Sundays 12:30 to 2
-+-
OYSTER BAY CATERING CO.
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"A L L E N ' S F O R Q U A L I T Y"+
We give the best Clothing Values, saving you three to five
dollars on your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready
$10.00 and $13.00
TROUSERS, ALL PRICES
ALLEN, THlE CLOTNIER, M AIN STREET
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WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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