THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FOR men AND WOMEN
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THE PURITAN SHOE CO.
The Old Place, 111 South Main Street
13rolvn in Turkey.
Perfected in .Egypt.
Enjoyed in America.
"MOGUL SMOKE MAKSS LCYPTIAN SMOKERS
Or other personal property of
value. Watches and Jewelry fto-
paired. Bargains in WatohZts
Office at residence, 331 E. Lib-
erty Stircot, Ann Arbor. Hours8
to 1130 a. m.,1.to 3:30 p.im., 7to -
9 p. in. All Business tsonliden- -
sal. JOSEPH1 C. WATTS. -
a desretoe feecisae.At suchtiies
She spiriteof heipfulne siseits iseifbuiso
sftes. thie reg thing is done and the ighi
thigteft undoe.'ihe firstigttcdoei
yeaes used br nuses, phrsicians and hose-
pitais.'- Everyesudent shouid hive a botle
clese at haed. Quickst sipehedieg in
deepecutse; cresises,sprains, and pee-
,venteseeusces becoming soeefrom gymi-
lievees eeche, toothache,
i .an rheumatism ad allpaine.
- Witch hael;ae e ak s eolusi-
piece ef Peed's Eotec-
1Wft0Nee is priceless.
rSoldidnly in sealed bottls
under hbug srapper.
ACCEiPT NO SUBSTITUTJE.
.A. J. WATSON
Wall Pal erf, Paints
216 East N'luron Street.
f AILEY.I .EDMUNVPDS.
FISH NETS for Decorating
125 E. Liber-ty St.
Che ATHENS PRESS
Zeejd Floor-. Ankhe .Tkeei3ssne O
Forest Avenue Meat Market,
Poultry, Game and [lasb in Season
530 Forest Ave. Phase 407
'AiIOIIOAN CE LNTw
"T2he Nagara Falls Route."
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR toi
w~th AND BOSTON
wihdirect connectioss,4t "Chicage far St
Laule secnsasCity St. Paul'. ad ,Oae- West
For informtion anl throiigh ttckets calloseer
write en W. W. CASE, Agont. Ass Artier.
4 Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Rentschler, Fo'ntin9nte ieo
'9,Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Huron Streets. '
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amount was added to the toted. The
proceeds from the sale of tickets for
the last Leap Year party of the year,
alsoe went to She scholarship fssnd.
Last Thursday evessisogelse Girls' Glee
clsob concert was given for thse henefit
osf the funidasnd althiough no divisioss
of tepiroceeds has been made yet,
she resulsl~ of She concert, to ge tos-
ward Sloe funsd, will probably be about
Next year the work of Sloe League
will prebably go on nmuch as it hao
been thio year. lise Farnsworths
place as presidlent, will bsefilledl by
Msiss Florence Btlon. The efforts of
ste Leaguse will be directed to She end
of incresisng the scholarohip funsd.
A tile of the Miichigan Daily for
1903-4 has been prepared by the lib-
rary authorities and may he had uipon
Densmore Typewriter forsale cheap.
C. C. Davis, 621 So. 12th street.
Lest-Gold sticko pin, dragonssleign
with pearl setting. Return to 836
WORTH FIFTY CENTS.
This ad and $2.25 to cover sub-
scriptions to The Saturday Evening
Poet, $1.25, and The Ladieo' Home
Journal, $1.00, sent now will pay 50c
Michigan Club House.
Suhscriptions ts either-will pay 25e.
A graft? Pays me less than 5c.
MELDOWNET, '05 Law,
308 Packard St.
HINDS AND NOBLE
Of New Yorka, will be at our store Fri-
day and Saturday, Junie .10 and 11, and
will busy for cash all your old and
second-hand school and college tent
hookas. SHEEHAN & CO.
President. V. Presidenet.
aS.e. ARKSON, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ABOR, HIGH.
CAPITAL, - - - $100,000
SURPLUS AlND) PROFITS. - $40,000
Croaiu Cli~llg Gaildy,.
Salted Pcunuts, Hot Buttered
Popcorn, Crackerjack' fresh
Csedy Kitchen .f* SoGILBURT.
1 9 t.S
Have you had a Vibirassage at
Student agents wanted for Be-
Clure's Magazine. Large commission.
Gash prices for biest wnrk. Racy.
Dignified. Write now for full partic-
ulars. 141 East 25th St., NewY.
HINDS & NOBLE
Of New York will be at our store Fri-
day and Saturday, Jusne 10 ansI11 ansI
will buy for casho, all yousr old anod
second-hand school asnd college text-
books. SHEEHAN & CO.
Chaffing dishes at Haller's Jewelry
W. J. Louirim has moved his loan
office to 104 Fourtho avenue, opposite
cosirt house, two doors south of noew
Y.M. C. A. tf
Cash for law and medical hooks.
C. E. BARTHELL,
Tel. 761. 3211 So. State St.
Cash for law and medical hooks.
C. E. BARTHELL,
Tel. 761. 326 So. State St.
SENIOR MEDICS-RARE OPPOR-
Fine instruments and nmedical libi-
rary for sale at great bargain. Call
at S0t S. Division St.
HOTEL WALDORF, E. E. Jones &
Co., proprietors, 86 Woodward Ave.,
Cor. Larned St., Detroit, Mith. New
management, remodeled and refur-
nished, striatly irt-alass. American
plan, $1.25 to $1.75 per day; European
plan, 50a, 75c, $1.25, with bath.
Ds, Y1, A. A. & J, RAILWIAY
5TANDA .D TIl~e
Fsr IDetrel oit lfhearty from etcs15a. s ntil
6:IS p.,at. Thonehearty asetti :s. For Ypsi-
anti onsly, at l2:t5 a. m. cnd 12:45 a. at. Fee
Jachsse houerly from S6:15am. until 7:15h. a
Thee at 9:15 P. m. cnd 11:15Se1).
Waiting Room, Huro St.. W.- of Eats.
Electric and Gias
[ixtures and Construction
Pluminglsatid Steam wrk-all ct
reasonsible rates, at
J. If. SCIIUII', 2071f. Wasbington St.
Ts the teahers and studentes o the U. of M.
Don't miss the World's Fair
at St. Louis, 1904.
The only stay to be sure of it is
to gu homseiia St. Louis and
MissotIl Pacific Ry.
IS iy I instoeiKanssCity.
ti5Daiy leais to tLSittle tiock.
Isatee to illSpoitsWest or Southwest
ore as So it Stloh. Louis oand the His-
ssuisPocific ie lway os' IronHounotain
tlscute us via soil other' gatewsay.
tilS infoti on oofree; call. or write.
H. D. ARMSTRONG,
Tr-v s . -cc1tt l'staoy.S, Io outasn
12".3 -i Wsis cc v. Ass heo t.a
KANN'S DRUG STORE
213 SOUTHTI "AI N ST.
P hysi cal Training
The Book for All the
People All the Time
-Is. sll -v-ic-tiosc;forbsense imsproeent.
6o pp.s illirostoil. Price$1.OO. ''estedllyeasrs.
The siotlsi'rspsondisee esiursebycau-
thor, Mr. ]sor albrief timeist till srnd Clieboosli
s-nstcurse o51. Sill lecture on tphysicl
triigisn -rap i rsiingfor $001)5or seonelae
fee 010. Csionuciv'e tstobealtsbstnd possitive
re-r a wrsitngs. tsndividuaslity retaineed.
BuisineissSesemsnsanoneeuse onu, toe.
Address PROF. G. BIXLER,
Hadison St. cod Ogden Ave., Chicago
wvork in perfect harmony with
the wearer's .eveey movement.
Comfort. Style and Service
Trimmings cannot rust.
Prie e ansdo$1.,anyse eoremail, prepaid.
THE (5. A. EDGARSTON MFGB. 00.
Blox 5580Shirler, Alme.
of Everything in Tailoring