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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-29

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Yuwill not find anythigi
icthan tore snappy and ttra:- DRESS SUIT1 CASES
Marx OUTING "VARSITY," coat sot pants only-made inhomespnses THlE LOW-PRICED, MErDIUM AND FINEST M~ADEr
Scotch tweeds, cheviots and English flannels-ten In fifteen dollars. ;
HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
Have you seen'the new z TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLESP
SAILOR WAIST TROUSERS 3
UT ALL MODERATELY PRICED
Th only etrfect fitting pog top panst made-'
- 4~k 5the tiothoor ~ S ACK & CO 1
The New Stoe 217 So. Maim 0s
.. N+ + 444+ sI.++4. f' '' t f'' mI..e®® H ® ®4 f eH ®H

R .AND ALJ
IIr

THEU
IOTOG PHEf
121z~ L. Washington St. Ii

,WViE WISH to coil yonr attention to the fact that our en-
tire line of SPRING WOOLENS is on the tables and
will fnrther state that we are ina a position where we can get
all work out promptly. Thz! veryfitisest of tailoring will pre-
vail as usnal at our establishment.

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BVR. CHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
106 Eakst Hu~ron~ Street

'#tsar' t 4' t+ i Mr' i''!A' i t' ' r' t' r +rr,' r r r' ' 'Ir ? '*°rir'*riar 's','r'''iri r'ir' ' r' r'+*r'* 'fr'4 ' 'f 1r'ir fi F

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ACAd3nIer'Y "fNew Brullswick Tables
J1 MONEY LOANED ON A
Hr.Ornge wll e t sadmy lte tos:~ Watches, Diamonds,> REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,NoKDA
7Itot8o'cel ceriogs (exceptlingMon(1eay).t. j Jeweliy, and all Hish . Fine Cicaro and Tobaccos
From 9 a.,si. to 5 p. m. Pisce No. 6iwili Class Chattel a nd + JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate St., S. Complete Without
reach him. Collateral Security. 5
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENITIAL, I havse just received the largest and fineot a Developing .Ma=
" ' . J.LOUIM.line of
YOU CAN GET A W'J ORM Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes chine
jOpposite Cook house mploett h iy
Hoffii lcours t o 11:30,t1ct ios4:3. Fine Lunches in Connection.
x:tTttes008~ ~ lc tce to 8;305,ci.Esveythsing Seat anid Clean.
A ules33S.State 308 S. Slate St. R. E. JOLLY
4.lnt. ""b"+z+4.44. + t444I. Put otie iin yotur trunk and
FUNERAL SERVtCES HELD. Univernity stuodents dentring to no- tdevelope while you travel.
____cure position to teach wilt find it to With Sepia postal cards you
Thie funcral scrviccs of the late their interent to write to James F. cait mail prints to your
' c- l'iofl 9551 Williams H. Pscte wcre McCulloutgh, 639 Fine Artn Bldg., Chi- finserue
~ . held at his residcncc, 1314'rTionpson eago. tf.

Trim Above
and the
Neat Feet
areethetegs thtwe
BRIGHlTON C 1IpfARTERS
FOR rIEN
Tharetees ta t -b-that Esn-that
ecEAso. Thte famous Bicghon lies clap
cat otosetllscatehloreerayythecloting-
maeseethegatereimple, secueesndisoe-
lntely cemicetale. b01e0fonciec
zpure silk5web wilth onicltrimmingsota
cnnoterstorerub.Priceolym25.sat stores
orby mal. Oet the"BIHTOcN."
PItOiNmERSSENDuERCO.,
718 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Makner s ooeerSupenders.
UNIVERSITY DAN-
3ilt Stale 5t.
SHOET TEEM.}
01110 CENTRALULNES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
ParloreCar oh all Trais
GOING OUT of BUSIN ES
Stock flust Be Sold
All Goods at Cost
Begiinning rIj 31 St.
LOVEL'S CORNER STORE.
IGLCIIAN CENT L
"I'e .lfagaraa Falls Route"
TE SHORT LINE-
A14N ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
Cwt iet AND BOSTON
itdietconnections at Chicago
for YSt. Louin, Kansas City, St. Faul
and-, the West. For information and
throngh ticketescail on or write to W.
W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.

street1,yesieill~y aftcrnooni. Afltr11h0
s(1vices the rcoiains we011'escortedl il Chaffing dishen at Halter's Jewetry
lt MichigtnUCntral 11e11t11 and Proi- Store. tf.
fessor andI Mrsc. Do0w accompieiid
them toi Ncwtoii, 1Mass., Prsitessir Pt- Complete stock of Washbun, Martin,
cie's former hionme, fur intermcent.. Regat,and Waldo Guitars at inost
lOr. Criiicerof hIbc tariaii church prices. t
coduictedtlteservices. The pa11lear -______________
ers core: Dean Cooley, of te ligic- Chafing dishes at Hatter's Jewelry
ecriiigDep'lrtmnt, Majtir Sotile, Prot- Store. tf.
Illsson. Mandolin strings 20c per full set,
(1111loig is a list lit the organica- Banjo stringn 25c per full set. Guitar
Liouis wsch e p lresentedilbeautifliseIt
pecees of flowers: Shildlifro tsmeri_ strings 30c per full set. Violin strings
eaniiitst itii 5titofsiniogEnigiers;35c per tull set.
Sioentific (tub; faauty itEniginieer- tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
fig dep11rtmeist; tile Scl of.1 itPhar-
isaey; stdtil15sitf coutrseIII in min- lave you had a Vibraslage at
urlogy; I livrsily tusiu-:slEScetoy;Trystf
Unlitarian chsirch; Foritnighly13 (lb
inil's Datight ers; Somrisis. ThisreI Fresh Lowney's, Allegretti's, Spar-
were alisstianly biaiitiullowters1fr11m1row's, Muylerns, chocolates at Cush-
nuimeroits friendsl. ings Pharmacy. tf.

Calkins
State St.

CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL.
In accordance ssith a eutosm insti-
tutetd by Dean Nlshser, Mrs. M. t. Jor-
(lan yesterday enttraiinedi lbschlil-
11ren1ot Aoii Arbor in the Btarbiiir
gymnaslium. IBefloetiis a yearly iiar-
IT yhas 11101 given, but itnly us facuilt y
chlild~ren. This year the invitatiolns
wcre 1e01 is all thc chilidrcn in fbi
city schosls.
Whien all tIlie little folks had gath-
cre'd, thcy werc cntertainced by ia child
Wiay given lby ihc Alpha lthiESrority.
Alte tihle iplay, thechlllirein amulsed
thiemselves in thc gymnasium very
stuccessfuilly. Fsr rcirushments, all
lbs daintics clear to children's hcarts
swere scrvcd-link icc cream, cate
with pink, wvbitc and brown frosting,
ladys fingers, strawbcrries and stickcs
ot candy.
Lost-A gold fob, with a Woman gold
medallion. Finder please return dii
this office or 327 Fifth S. Reward.
173.
Tickct for four shampoos-$1.00.
Soft water. Miss Vaughn, near
Quarry's. - e. o. d.

Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo,
Washhun, Regal & Martin Mandolins
on hand. . Prices the lowest. tf
SUMMER WORK
Student agents wanted fur Mc-
Clire's Magazine. Large commissioin.
Cash prices for belt work. Easy.
Dignified. Write oow for full partic-
ulars. 141 Malt 11th St., New York
City. 167-e.
NOTICE.
General meeting of lbs Dceutscher
Vere, May 31, 4: 30 p. in., Room
C. Election of officers.
JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 215
Main St. S. Phone 281.
Fountain penn at Cushing's. tf.
Vibrassage-at Trojy's. Its great.
Yon wilt find the Sesalntrings for
violin,. mandolin, guitar and banjo at
Root'n Munic Houne. We make a
specialty of the bent. Try them. wfn

GO"OD[ISflINOi
At Oyster Bay. >'
Soft Shell Crabs
Lobsters Frog Legs
ive White Fish and Trout
A sew lack IBass '
Littlt Neck Chamns
Large Juticy Steaks
Lamh Chops
Macehits Sliced C'ucumber
Tomatoes Radishs
; Young Onions
r Lcttuce Asparagus on Teas
t Large Fsresh Strawberries
Oranges Pineapplcs 1ce Cream
s= reh Fruit fce
Strawberry Shortcake with
I Whipped Cream
(Not the 10cbind istbers are servisg)
Sandwiches Eggs
<Omelets and Potatoes any style
[verything in season fit for a prince It
TRY OUR SPEICIAL DINNERS
'^12 to 1:3lopim. Sundayst12:30 to 2
-~-7V
e OYSTER BAY CAT[RING CO.4

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"A LLE N'S F OR QU AL I TY"
We give the heel Clothittg Valutes, saving you three to five
dollars onr your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready
$10.00 and $13.00
I TROUS[RS, ALL PRIC[S
AL[EN, 11111CLOTHIER, MrAIN STR[EET

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WE ARE NEWVER U1NDERSOL;D-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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