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-- - THE MICJHIGAN DAILY

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When you
think of
Eating
Think of
Pennycook
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
AND
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIVHRSITY AVNU.
Win. lbocbrein,
steam & Gas fitter.
Ilbonle 667. 303 Z.C State 1t
rLIECTkIC rANS
Uectric Caf ih i'Dse5
Electiic Table Lamso
Y c . lli hleo.- i pay....,
WA5ITtNAW LI6HT &
POWER( COMPANY.
Cu. W-.ion and th iA..Pa,o27,>
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®N THE to.;
TheIL AK N ALR UEt
TIME E7 TA L A'
A r rv e L E E AN D . 5 3 . m
Leae LEEAND, dAIL 10.5Tp.t.
Larrve DETROIT da.ly .30 . a.
Ari.CLLA , ad 5i . 3 . m.rs
makgo e c tio n w y loith all aload-
esd fo pointsMihia dtho l
Arivey TOTrup ,b 5.30Dteita me.
Mackinac o"Mr etDvisio Mnn

Lu. TOLEDO Mondays cool *Saturdaso9 .30
a. a. and*Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 p m.
Lv. DETROIT Mondays andc*Sturdays 5.00
p. mancd *Wedoesdays aod Fridays 9.30
aM. tCso,,ec.ing duneo15oh.
Seud 2c for Illustrated Pamophlet
Torosist FC les.
Srend 2c for Worlds Fale Pamphlet.
A A. SCHIANTZ, G. S &P T. M . Detroit, Sick.

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State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISOIIOFF,
IV ~ cos . J1. Booth Jno. V. Sheehao f'LORI.5T.
Woo. Aroold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
IJas. 11. Wade E. I'. ills H It C TFO I!5 P AitS
IN. J. "Ic John Haarer CHC UTLOt5&PAT
J no. Rock Prof. H. S. Carhaot Chapion St., hetwece iion oSt. and Miller Ace.
Frack P. Glacier Christian MartionlPhone 09i.
JfTRAIVASi[YIRy.
--YOU WILL FIND--
IFOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM1 TOLEDO
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains.
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains 11%9
AND COLUMBUS. L.. W. LANDMAN, 4i.JT. bA 'trit
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Corrct lotes for Men
OR you we plan;
a you we aim to
please. Nothing
pleases you more
and helps us more
than to sell you
=clothes that look
Copoyright 1903, A.D.& Co. well, lit well, and
wear well. This label
re e jminj
M1AKERS :+:° NEW YORK
is on that kind of clothes ; you'll
find it on the coat-hanger, inside
coat-pocket, or waistcoat strap ;
and thank us for finding it.
Equal to line custom-mtade in all but
price. The mtakers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributaru,iu thin city.
CUTIN, RYER & CO.
rocjli East Washinrgton St.

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WHAT if you ate a young lan-
you're still growing! You hav-
n't filled out all you're goitng to.
There are owaves acid gullies in your
make-up float clothes muade for devel-
oped figuores hritng ouot icc all their
gawkishnless. That's whoy you've load
too cave a tailor make yoocr clothes.
He hid the had shoots. College Brianid
Clothoes arenct muadle for tdevelopedl
mcen. They're btuilt just like floe coos-
toml tailor fickers a suit. They're
just mceacif for younog fellows like youc.

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E xtreccie, too-big shoulders -great
wide pants--lively patternos. Tile'
tailor's suit hbct not his price! .
$12.50 to $25.00. ~e~ .
NbesLieof straw Bats ithle citfy $1.0o < oupllill4il
Staebler & Wuerth : C coa
(Continuced froni page onec.) NOTICE 1907. Is tliii fittest calin- Chocolatie
'The Present-Oitr Noble Solves." 'Tiere will bte a meetig of lie 19107
...............PThomas A. Sims. Lit class Thutrsiday afternoo at -4 tile Sswiss Milk wilcli
'The Otlookt-OurFuttore,"' ett'locke in Boom C, Uiniversitly H all.
....................Edwin J. Kenny. 74-5 RIEI)AN, Prees. givt-s it a richniess- pos-
Sanford Trippet was toastmcster,
Two of the visiting alumni, Richard University studento deocring to soe sensedi by ito olter.
D. T. HIollister and S. Wells titley, core ptositions to teach will flnd it to
wece called io for imprcomtut their intereot to write to James F. 10 Cents up.
stieechies. McCullough, 39 Fine Att Bldg., Chi-
After the banqoet many availed eago. tf. S
themselves of the exceptionally ine
night to take another row on the lakie Chaffing dishes at Hailer's JewelryC\L I ~ -
before returning to the city. The ban- Store. tf. .324 STATE ST.
qocet wao voted to be the largest and
boot ever given by the clib. Complete stock of Washbuo, Mcrtio, .-.++ "-O--s .+ .. +..
The souvenirs of the banqiuet Sal- Regal, and Waldo Guitcrs at lowest --- -----
ieday evenitig were pirogrammnesltaste- prices. If
folly p~rinted anilbounod, cointainineg
the banqutmenulth le list of toasts, Chafing idishes at Halter's Jewelry
a011 thele Its if the iclutbiocirs Store. tft
and guessts.
The following io the lisi ttfggesls Mandolin strings 20c per fail set,
p~resent:l iMls. R. A. Mlt. Misses Banjo strings 25c per fall set. Guitac
lainchae Enyart, lHazel C. lPutl n. string~s 30c per fall set. Violio striogs a
Agnes Erving B~rowvn, fE. Leol-tec. 35c per fall set.
Snith, Riena Mosher, Jessie G.-foltuas. tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC Co.
MililedilI1.. Tuttes, Sheila Ulton.,tMaory:" "
"arnsworit, Adteline A. Sltine, Elsie Freshi Lowney'sAiegrettis, Splar-^
I.'iinstaliietcaWgtil.lirowos, Hutyler's, chocolates at Ca.sh-" "
zaheeth M. Butsh, Eidna Ethiyone ing's Pharmacy. tf,--.--
Tfompklins, Editiowd, anid Girtriude ____________
E. Palmer. -..Complete stock of Braodt, Waldo, 1 hac e -0ooo-, sil t ho lare-ostool b fiest
The members of the clitb are: Rich- Washun, Regal & Martin Maodoliion ks h liC ePpe
arid A. tBoltW. Id. 14. Claytoni Waler on hand. Prices the lowest. tff gaetesa
D. Cole, Rodwarod S. Corwin, 'Weisley1.y.. _____________-s -: so ho clu ily.
Du~os, Cemet C.Ilodermn, im l'Foe Lunches in Connection.
tttosCimnC.HlemnHol SUMMER WORK .l(oey otin- Neal iso--Id0Clean.
mitt C. Hutctthins, Ediwn J. Kenny. 308 S.State Sc. R. E. JOLLY
Richard R. Kirk, Lutio M. Perez, J. Stictent agents wantedl foir Mc---
Albert Rippel, Thomas A. Sims, Nil-tCliure's Magazinie. Large coim~tlisioil. ; l
warid Sonnenschein, Huigo Sonnen-sahpie fo bstwr.E
Schtein, Sanford Trippett, mFranklliln A. iigytil Wi owfo.fulloedc
'Wagner, John t'. Bills, Freid K. Crium- liacs 14 Eat It lSt.aNoylete
packser, S. Emoiry Thomason, anod Earl Ct.1i-. RI' ILAD PROS
R. Ceinder. Ct.17e E ' ILADPROS
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JOB PRINTING- MEYERS, 215 JAS. W. RtEID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
FEW MORE NEEDED. Main St. B. Phone 281.
From the number of names register- Fontain peno at CshiO's. C FFE
ed at Meyers News Stand yesterday, M OCHA A JI~ AU
and the general interest it seems prob- Vibrassage-at Trojy's. Its grecat. 1itI
able that the necessary fifty mcii will 0t.- - 0war Kua~sftat¢
be secuoredl to insure the special rate CHAINLESS COLUMBIA. Awa~ys Cu-as 28c pnu- nomunm
oll $7.45. The party now that can be 24Mi t E Nf O
includled on it so far includes about Bicycle for sate. Enqoire tat F'ed21Slbi. D A .Co
thitty-five and another fifteen moist Bierman, 113 W. Washingtonn s1. if.
signify their intention totday if the TOA OE aei ob eue.OhrieteNTCPoreo
fre iltobe s$9e.90 othetrise The NOICER O MS ROAENRitrY
tickets will be goo~d going on Friday Annaal meeting of Mtusical cliibs in ~ L U D Y
and returning Sunday. All thoose 10- Room 14, University Ball, Thuorsday,
tending to go shodld register at Mey- June 2, 1904. M. S. VERt)IER, 326 N.T 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
o r's today. President.

-EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUDI TING S
121-123 South Plain Street WAGNER 6.CO.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOL D GOO DYEAR'S DU STORE

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