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-THill iiPUkiIAN DAILY

'*'a + faHo ~'' a~ taaf'°esi: .3+bt*afsa#a3 ac a~s~ E+ff si f~°kift', a'
You will not find anything in"
Sumimer.Clt e clothes more snappy and attrao- j'
~ ~ i ve c than the H' art, Schaffner & '
Marx OUTING "VARSITY,"coat and pants drly-made in homespuns, 1
SScotch tweeds, cheviots and English flannels-ten to fifteen dollars.
IHave you seen the new
SAILOR WAIST TROUSERS 1-,rya
The only perfect fitting pcg top pant made ;a% T
y The New Store 't+l y27So. Maini
tRANDALL, THE
t '21 L. Washington St.
GOING OUT of BUSINESS I linae jest reidthlaccent and fns
Stock M1ust Be Sold Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ecerhcenught to the city.
All Gioods at Cost Fine Lunches in Connection.
Beginlning MayI! 31st. 308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY
IOEVI NCORNER .TiIF.

DRESS SUIT CASES
THE LOW-PRICED, IntE1:ictI. ND INPSStMADR
HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES '
'All ALL MODERATELY PRICED
r MACK &CO
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WFWISH to call youcr atteintionl to the fact that onr en-
'lT Etire line of SPRING WOOLE;NS is on the tables and3
will further state that we 'nrc i z,'1 p(-sition where we can get *
all work out promptly. Tiha veryhuctest of tailoring~ will pre-
vail as usual at our establishment.

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BVR.CHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE3
106 East H urotv Street
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New Brunswick TablesI
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REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate SI., S. Complete Without
University students desIrIng to ne- a Developing Ma'=
core ponition to teach will find it to
their interest to write to James F. cli i e
McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
cago. ft.

%r v M-E-R- ILF OF 0 %PMIL* I

Trim Above
and the
Neat Feet
aethelethat wear
BRIGHITON CLAS P ARTERS
FOP, rIEN
The garters thastFeT-ctanEA-sthnt
PLAN.ThetfaouBin htoin flat casp
can't posstbly cacorfranhe cotineg-
make's tihe gartec smplec, secur nd oni
ltelci coimfortablc. Madue o niec
pnure silk welt with nictel tiriings tihat
ectererb. t'ricenyt2ie.at stoes
or by ailS. Oct the "unman enO."
JPlONTER SUSPENI)ERNCO,
TIS Mar-ketSt.ret, Philadelphia.
~pFNYOURACATI1f1
ON Ind, GREAT LAKES
P,cdrFdE - C
The LAKEAND RAILROUTE i
Detroit a ind Cle eandBp
ArrveCLVEAN'.. 30a.in
LevM CEAND, dal 015pn
Arrie LDEROIT RAIL.5.30Va.to
FaiR.LDoSAwIRSc. 5LOUIeSl
naytopsiteadCtrevtad cc
a ckDERIn, ac ivision3 pm
Arv.eLEVEMND aci. .icdnn5.30m
Lave. CdVELAN, day cil aiy 10.15p. m.
Lrv DETRITndyei~~cct 5.30a.m
p.ir,.SandLoidccand w itD. CPteriys 9.30
a. cknan,i, arquettiDluh ,ine
Seo nd InGer ineayalothdapletRil
lan riJyatind ugst
Sv OEDOMenfaryWecidSarayphn.3
a. m.SCan Tuesday&sP3. dol'roai,Micp.

SENIOR LAWS BALKED.
'Phi senior ltaw clans held a roics-
ing meitng cci Friday. Dy.a iinan-
iiiousc vote. lie clans decideid not to
piarticipiatti in lie financial part. of the
senior'-pcoii nade. It, is customary
for the secitor class from each depart-
iment to ciintribnute $511 to afiuil which
is ependeil hy lie committee on Cen-
era~l Arranigementsn in decorating the
campus fur this bilowouat which usual-
ly occurs on Moiniday evening' if com-
menceiment week. The Senior lawn
iecidedi that nctive piarticipation in
the evu-il was not wortha the price.
LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS.
To studlents who intend visiting the
Worlds Fair, the Michigan Central
utfers on Tuiesdayn and Thursdays
the remarkably low rate of $9.75 for
the rounid trip. Thin rate is the low-
tint that will he in effect from Ann
Actor, anid is good via Chicago over
the I. C. R. R., C. & A., or Wahash
in conches only. The return limit is
sevecn days including date of sale.
You cmay matte a daylight trip hy
lcaving Ann Arhor on the Michigan
Central 5:20 fast morning train, ar-
riving in St. Loii at 7:32 p. m.
Other tickeets 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 end
LOST--A wreath piiinset with
pearls. Finder reticrin1o 10058SHill St.
anid receive rewarid. 1774178
Cash fur law andi meidical hooks.
C. E. BARTHELL,
'Ie.li. 61 1261Sit. Slate St.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
\V. J. lourim has moveid his loan
office to 1114 Fiiurth avenuc, copposite
court hiiuse. twoi doiors soth of new
Y. H. tC. A. tf
WANTlED-I will pay good wages
fiic a man tin thc farm thriough vaca-
tiun. Must know how to =milkt cows.
'teletihone 129.1 long.
78-79 FRED W URSTER, Jr.
JOB PRINTING-MEYERS, 215
Main St. S. Phone 281.
Fresh Lowneyns, Aegrettis, Spar.
row's, Moyers, chaocolates at Cush-
ing's Pharmacy. tf.

Chaffing dishen at Halter's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Complete stock of Wanhhun, Martin,
Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
prices, tf
Chafing dishes at Haller's Jewelry
Store, tf.
Mandolin strings 20c per fall set,
Banjo strings 25a per fall set. Guitar
strings 30a per full set. Violin strings
35a per full set.
tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
Cash for law andi medicel huooks.
C. E. IIARTIIELL,
Tel. 761. :26 Sii. Stale St.
Bath soppiies of act kinds at all
prices at Cushing's Druig store. tf.
TEACHERS WANTED.
Seniors, do youc specialize in Latin
or G2erman? We cas interent ymc.
WRITE A. T. Pearce, 615 S. Ingalls,
17. of M. representative of Lewin
Teachercs Agency. w. s1.
WANTED.
Students tn canvas for the lightiiing
tdiplicator. Can he carriedt as a side
line.. Enquire at 102 E. Huron strcct
hetween 2 and 6i p. m.
LostStick pin with pearl settiiigs
nomewhere on D~ivision street. Fi'ndi-r
retuarcito Timcs infuce soil receierei-
ward. 77.79
Fountain pens at Cunhing's. tf.
Vibrassage-at Trojy's. Its great.
Too will find ,the Dent strings for
violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo at
Root's Mosic Hoone. We make a
specialty of the best. Try them. wfs
Ticket for fonr shampoos-$1.00.
Soft water. Miss Vaughn, near
Qcuarrys. e. o. d.
CHAINLESS COLUMBIA.
Bicycle for sale. Enquire of Fred
Bierman, 112 W. Washington st. tf.

deelhope uwljilt- yutravell.
Wtiithi Sepiiiaitostal rardsyoui
cairtiinailhprits to ytuir
fI iccius enoteil.

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I " AL LE N 'S F OR QU AL ITYV"
We give the best Clothing Valties, saving you three to five ;
dollars on your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready
$10.00 and $15.00
ITROUSERS, ALL PRICES,
~A[LEN, THE CLOTHIER, "rAIN STREET

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Younn"tOions-
Lettuce . Aeluartu'ag one 010Toast.'
it in C tresti Strnunet i
6)-U!anges P1ineuliptiti (,'eli6-uat
Frenh 'cuitlt e
St' a-t'wberry Shotrtcakte with.
Sadwiehie Egrgs
'tlinueluts anilPttotes any 'tyle
Everything in seasnfill for a printe
' TRY OUR SPECIAL DINN[RS ,
1? to t 1f p. ill. Souidays12:130 to 2
OYSIIER BAY CAIIIRING CO.

W E ARE NE-VER UN DERSOL D-GOODYEAR' S DRUG STORE

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