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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CleanlinessI
I T IS A FACT if one could
see many of the bke
shops where ice cream is
made, they would in fu-
ture cut that delicacy fromI
their bill of fare.
We pride ourselves on the
neatness and absolute cleanli-
ness of our bakery. We will
gladly show you through our
plant. It will interest and
surpriec o, and give ou an
idea of the cnmpleteness of a
modern bakery.
Thursday - Pineapple Sler-
bet, Vanilla, Chocolate and
Strawberry Cream.
Friday-Lemon and Raspber-
ry Sherbet, Strawberry and
Chocolate Cream.
Pennylcook
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM
AND
BOWLING ALLEY.
707 N. UNIvVRITYv AVFINUF.
Win. lbocbein,
Zatiitarv Ni~umnber,
steam & Gas fitter.
Vpbonc 667. 303 Zi. Sate 'II
I £LEMC CPANS
erlectric Chafiingc Diske5
+
Electic Tale Latssps +
In ac, yti na t ig t.n .
WA.51-TINAW IO.HT &
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latn Oin ~ af IDtO
t Tf .5
t! IchI6AIVSUMME XR RESORTS
The LAKE ANDA RAIL ROUTE to
W ORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS
TYIME TABLEr
Detroit and Cleveland
Leave DETROIT, daily . 1030 p. m.
Arrive CLEVELAND, 5.30 a. i.
making connections withall Rairoadn
for poitnsat.
Leave CLEVELAND, daily 10.15 p. m.I
Arrive DETROIT . . , 5.30 a. m.
connetingwih SpecinlTainsfrWwrl's
Fair, D. Luis, and ith D.& C. Steamers tr
Makiac,o, Marquette, Duluth, Minne-
apolis, St. Paa, Patske. Miwakee, Chi-
cago and Georgian Say, io-aith all Si-
road for pointsin Michiga adthe we.l
nay Tips -btweena Itronit ad Ceve-
lad duing July And Agst

Macekinac Division
Lu. TOLEDO MNndayin and *Satrdas 9.30
a_ muad *Tardays and'Thursays 4 p.mi.
Lv. DEtTOTMadayaad*atulrnlays .00
p. m. and aWedneisdaysanad Fridays 9.30
Seud Ic for illustrated Pamnphlet
TourisntF'Acts.
Seed 2ce"for Wo-Id's Fair Pamnphlet.
AA. SCHANTZ.G. S&P T. M" Detroit, Mich.

Stat Savngs ank. GEORGE BISOHOFF, CGorect Clothles for Men
1V .i t Ion r~n ma:. n.V. Sheehanu-LOzT
Wmn Arnoldi ir. V. .Vaughnan ET ourchoieTo
Ii 55H.nWade . Mills CH-OICE CUT FLO WERS & PLANTS Tyu hieo
N .J Kye Con Harerclothes be gUIG.
lao Katin Prat. 0. 5.Carhart 'halint St., hetaeen Hluronn Sn. and.Miller Ave.
ranS P. Gninzner Christiau.Martiu Phone O8i9. .e:,b th
_________ stylish effect ; 2,
r+4 .,i-- . i4+i - ..N 4..-i 4 T " by the fit; 3, by
h~lIt/ Continues Its Excellent the neat pattern
flOCI(ING VALLE[I RYE TRAIN SERVICE A and substantial
YOU WILL FIND-- Cnpyrghtn1903,A. .&Co. quality of t h e
fabric;9 4, by the linings, trim-
[OUR TRAINS _DAILY FROM T OLEDO mings, and general workmanship.
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains This label
COONDEPOS ~ Sleeping Cams an Night Train
AND c5LUMBUS. LW. [ANDMAN, 6. 1. A., oneclothe
______isoncothes that comply with
no more than ordinary ready.
a HATI if you ane4a ynsnnng Ilal- l mades, which never will meet
you're still growilng! You hatv- 4hm
nln t filled tint all you're goilIig to. . Equal to tine custom-made in all hot
rn There are leaves alnd gullies lt yor 4. price. The mnakers' guarantee, and
>;iak- thtcoensln efo =ccl Ours, with every garment. We are
.4n4,- iii ,nup ,tha ch es,, made., fori, lev li- >f Exclusive Ditributors in thinscity.

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gawkishnness. Thnat's whny you've htad
to lave a tilor tnakc yoanr clothes.
Hie lid the bad spots. College Mn and
Clothes ar en'tmnadle for tdevelopietd
aleen. Thneyre bu~ilt julst like tilecIus-
toll tailor linkers a suit. Thley're
just meant for yoiung fellows like you.
Eixtremle, too-big shold~ilers--great
wide patits--lively patterins,'The
tailor's stuit buntnit his lprie!
$12.50 to $25.00.
ltabblaut Line of Straw Hats in theCcity-$1.05 up
Staebler & WUerth

. a rj r ~sr~ r r* r~.r'r*+a .r*+r ~ ri ~'+r~J"z..'s. .r*sr +.r r*.a es'..
t Word itas he-n received here of the University studento desiring to no-
deathl of John Scott Maltman a grad. euro pasitino to teach will find it tel
nate from vhe Literary department of their interest to write to James F.
Michigan Ulniversity in 1870. Mr. McCullough, 639 Fine Artn ldg., Chi-
Maltmans resided at Los Angeleo, Cal. cago. tf.
H-I was a member of the Alpha Delta _________
fraternity and took his degree oftbach- Chafiing disheo at Hailer's Jewelry
elonr of laws frtom Michigan in 1871. Stare. tf.
Pneviouse to the time, of his death the _________
deceased practiced law in.tCalifoirnia' Complete stack of Washhun, Martin,
COLUMBIA SCHOLARSHIP. Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lawest
_____prices. tf
The University Coenncil at Coitnmbia
Uiniversity, New York, haositnst awardl- Chafing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
etd a schollarshipl of the, valtne of $1511 Store. tf.
to Mr. Donaltd Clive Stunart, a resident
tnt Detrolit, Mich., anti a gradtnate of Mandolin strings 20c per full set,
University nor Michigan of the class of Banjo strings 25c per faillnet. Guitar
1903. 'The selection of the Coltnmtia strings 30c per full set. Violin stringn
Utnive'rsity Scholarsipst, of whiclt412 35c per fuii net.
are awarded each year, is moade'-frotm- tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
amnnnng a large nulmebr of gr ztttaes
fronmline best cinlleges andnl live-rsi- Freshn Lownsey's, Allegrelli's, Sitar.
lies in the con~try. ro~te's, I 'tyler's, chbocoladtes at Consh-
inng's Iharinacy. tf.
GRINNELL LOSES.' WATSON. _______
---Bath n'lliies of ankititsatni ni
John~ P. Watsonl, inciter known ill~ie t uhigsDu F.I
college atltties as Jank 'nVWaton, witho nsa 151 t' t'g ,t.
haosbnen tiraint'r of Greinnlell c ,Illege TAHR ATO
athletes lt'e Iaol seven yeanrs, will g,, TAHR ATD
to, Ames in Ike sanme capacity at the
close tnt the college year. tinder Wat- Seniors, do you siteciatlizc in Lastin
son's training tGrinnlell madle and helnd or tGerman? We can inter-est you.
many neo' recordi n cnllege athletics. WRITE A. T. enearce, 61.5 S. lIngalls,
Ames tried to secure him iast year, U. of B. representative ott Lewis
lint liestayedl here at a great sacri-'J'earher's Agency. wi. si.-
lice.

CUTTING, REYEIR & CO.'
lot)=em East Washington .k
Chocolat
Is till finest eatinlgCihocolate
-; to b~e had5. IItitcoitainls t
tine-Swviss Milk whiihi
giv-es it ta riellnless pos-
-- sessedtby 110oilther.
.10 Cenlts, UO.
' CALKINSj
.324 STATE STr. _
I I I 'I i I
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Pine Lunches in Connection.
kieeyiii ing NeIslt andOfin.
305 S. Seane Si. R. E. JOLLY
New BrllRswidk Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate St., S.
MOGHA AN'D- JA
KOz-O numeatteug
Alwaysfr-esa Zaaope- pound
214 M~ainat. DEAN (di.co.
i THOMAS OWQE, Proprietor
ROWE'S LAUNDRY
326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.

Mr. anti Mrs. tGranger announce as-
semnliesO for Wnednesday and Saturday
evenings to Jane 25th, with extra as-
semblies Monday and Thutrsday even-
ings of Commencement week. The
academy orchestra will fnrnish the
music. Tuesday evening program
continues to June 14th. 77-1
The Michigan Central will sell roundl

SUMMER WORK
Stud~ent agento wanteid foir Mc-
Clunre's Magazinea. targe cottission.
Cash prizes fsr best work.tasy.
Dignified. Write nonw for fulsl paetic-
lilacs. 141 East 25th St., New York
City. 167-a.
WANTED.

trip tickets daily at clonse of college Stndents to canvas for the lightning
to many western points at redunced duplicator. Can be carriend as a side
rates, limitedi to retunrn Octobner li1st, line.. Enqusire at 102 E. Husron street
Loiw rates to Chicago and return June between 2 and 6 p. mn.
lii to 20, limited to return Julne 211. ________
Ask at ticket office for particu-
lars. e.uo.i. JOB PRINTNG-MEYERS, 215
_____________ Malo St. S. Phone 281.
tDirect wire reports will be receivedl
at the Orient nf the intercollegiate Fountain penn at Cushingus. tf.
meet at Chicagos, Jnune 4th.
GIIiNNE+R & PAUL. Vibrassage-at Trojy's. Ita groat.
Lot-Stict pin with pearl settings CH A IN LESS COLUMBIA.
somewhere on Divisio street. Finnder ___
return to Times osficee and receive re- Bicycle for sale. Enqnire of Fred
ward. 77-79 Bierman, 113 W. Washington st. tf.

EXCL USI VE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SUITING S
121-123-3Soota lIn Street WAGNER &. CO.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE

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