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May 30, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 175) • Page Image 1

…FIRST YEAR. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902 No. 17 OBERLIN TODAY Good Prospects for a Crew SPECIAL RULES Menoria Day Services leg Strog Team fronitthe Ohio Co- 'I'I ois " i litl i llii i t o rsm n o onl - rs m l el miiiiiid ol Iil tl, 'ioL Mihg n thisiAfteroooon rnixvivi' I i'vi lwil'i'ii depaixr- M oot Tethe Mark sIlluxAnnii \viiiviwilltil litiolv 'ity iii i (! or ll I i i i lii i i i iii . . . .. , l t \ l o t " L, o t e l h~ i iii i ...…

May 30, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 175) • Page Image 2

…lII~ 31 Lfl lc 0 W I W u) L " (1) 1 }t THE' MICIIGANL)AILY-NHEX!s _7L VS I ~Enga ve Vistin The XXIfA 1) AI NI }:I( .,,IFAMOUS JUITI FRUTTI SILVERED CHOCOLATE MAPLE FROST CAMPUS l)RUO ST'ORE -(0 TO RE. JOLLY'S For Fine Lunches, Chocolate, Bon Bons, £igars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars. 308 .5. State St. BANKRUPTCY LAW FORMS AND ORDERS 1 1sf receivecd, (Get it copyI C. E. BARTHELL 326 S.511 ~ . St2n1 HI 1). IH. HA NS, PIi''. 0 N.A 'O 117, SII...…

May 30, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 175) • Page Image 3

…'THE7MICllt(AN DAILY--NEWS Among the Smaller Things of Life+ ,tI ha hte illw oreil-temst . i clr rox. ,rs 1111S $10L 1HEADQUARTIERS IOR' MEVS Ill qNSII\Ss.+ * ori hi s'e a f 'Ilw th iv.$1.50,.$2.00,$2.50 and $2.7i F ar atiV Wah VstsbautJ lm 00, $l50 $2 ad$ IS No 1 I IaI,,Y \ LW A I 'Ii If x I iS V ,.I Ii NlDK )la I I a 1 aV.11]- 23 nE'atIs.c ....................AIDIfMS KYF IN & KLULL JOHN J. SCHANZ CHAS. TIESA'i601 TAlLOKS 61EAST WILUiAMS STRE...…

May 30, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 175) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGANi DAILY 0NEWS we ' ie fulIX proporod wit111a tl'ofl, .' 1 011f11 ov oi' IiOX' XInd11112 XX 00 0 If you 'Ire I aXXI l 1111 1. fo 1114 I w1.11'S let is tlolk X.X it over 1111 TAILORS, 123 South flain Street. MUMKiGK I5llidyJ"d rdFIOFs adBOWNiflUBETTER THA:N EVERJ 707 NORTH UNIVERSIT1Y AVENUE' The SCHLEEDE ________________________TEMPORARY BINDFl tall 11djs1s Ats" XXIX1,111 a 31 II il y THE HOCKING VALLEY RY. I I11fpapr.1 1$, Thl X as...…

May 29, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 174) • Page Image 1

…IV% lc AW VA Ole,, FIRSTr YEAR. AINN ARBIOR, MIH., THIURSDJAY, MAY 29, 1902 No. 174 OFFr FOR fHICAG eiotd of AitlLzilln OFF~ ~ ~ FO HIAO lae to hiOi it, oln, fori third pilacen. N i 1 V r I l 1110 liisfa.ool Track Team Leaves Tomnorrow-A even ild like;s l throNv of 120 Forecast of Results 'nl odd Seet Ilime wvin Thle sotn 1put ouliil 'o liw 0011 by itolLlilg th, 1, , ill iloi w ih SoliillI 111111 Sno0w in for ~te illi 'Ih Iino Se I o evenl t. ...…

May 29, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 174) • Page Image 2

…l di-- rU. 0w L4 0 Wi 22 in THlE A IIIGA The U, of Al. IDAILY, 1tih Yar Te'VAIOSlir NEWSU, Y:. MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS PUB. CO.( Ire-) 7 H.( . -. Sicy., W. A. tinilt MANAING EDITOI4, ill- "l Ill WX. MAXEY. 15IUINESS lIANALLFR, ED~ITOR-S, A UtSIV KJ ,NiI. I,'K.'U S.ANIii t ISi i Ii I Iii R IT 1-:ditor All-Nill, )I* III,, NVIlIverine, has heon 'ivon the Ims-ilion 411' city editor (III the ('fin nc;t III W iio, Nc\\- :. W o I- ngr:IIIII Ito Illo N, w...…

May 29, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 174) • Page Image 3

…TII]MICHIGAN DAILY--NEWS t*"4..44.+++4.4.444.4.4. .14 q- + I- 4... ++++++4-44444444444- 4.4.I IThe Most 6onvinGinu Thig that we could do that would tend to induce you to buy STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES Would '.be to introduce you to a man who has worn them. We cannot command the language with whilch to tel'l you how good these clothes are. The makers attachI their 6:.e- Inratls the coat collar of their coats, and they are so proud of their reputation,...…

May 29, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 174) • Page Image 4

…THlE M4LIIAi 4 DA1LI,.NEWn 6 GINGER AL ..BETTER THAN THE IMIPORTED 5c SCALKINS' PILABMACY 324 SO. STATE ST. I' rIGKW1Gk IBilliard FrIOFs addBOWRinQ 707 NORTH UNIVIERSITY AVEINUE THE HOCKING VALLEY RY. I!I That meats tihe lst of ev''ythiisg: L 5t 0CE, EQUVIPMENT and ROADBED. wihPalrGTsIOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Write J W. LAND[lAN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHIGAN LINEN PAPER 15, 20, 25 and 30c a lb. AT SOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE,, 1 165S MAIN STRE...…

May 28, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 173) • Page Image 1

…DAIL:, ' L1 FIRST YMAR ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1902 No. 173 WANT TO BEIN IT Cornelvs. Michigan at Toledo GAME POSTPONED Reception to Dr. Mosher Setlers of Professional Departments ma a ird haifinllyecured a The ThisheTainged-OfwoGameoBetweenn latendt iviteepinRia- dte ait Toledo fo the fa _otet Mc-alke f ae ewen iersity will give a recep qtion to Dr. ad o iv a ecpton ivl- gamne lnm- 14. Excursions wiltte rn the '03 Laws and All-Fr...…

May 28, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 173) • Page Image 2

…THIE MICHIIGAND1AILY--NEWb U) D3 O) 4 N. U) @1 CS CL I) 0 W_ W 'in ft -10 U)W @3W 4) Amon 1ot t hit'lhilixie it tiingiitiiti' the 1, .l"ovig tii i fnder'' on0his liiomooi~~i. D4o. F wS llti Frlt M. lFogg, 'ill law, whose Sub Swit ' Iweeeii St the. itisnal niect- COMPRISING iMg oftOlie lnoera.tie 6t11) is vividly The U of M DAIL, l~t Year I'viii'i''(l by all who had ,-tule phas-: The 'VARSITY DAILY, 2th Year. lme of listelimiii to it, annoounce...…

May 28, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 173) • Page Image 3

…'TRE]MICHIGAN DAILY--NEWS :311111 zi~i :::::..- 11111111:1114~143'44u 4"gt.4g+eu+ I Among the Smaller Things 'of Life 4 What Greater Satisfaction than to know that all the little thinzs we wear meet the aoroval of the most critical er.. This accoonts for the tact that whether in towen or colle 'e the most particular dressers make THIS STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN'S FURNISIiNGS. ~Oiue ths ~VFee Fancy Shirts. The Manhattan $1.50, $2.00. $2.50 and ...…

May 28, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 173) • Page Image 4

…- - - - '- Weare fuly preared with a "strng"' selreti of nwfo lign aid domestic woolens fforthiapa chingseon If you are coas dering anythingfo ite.'a we. r, lt us tak It oe with TAILORS, 123 South [lain Street. rIG0wIk BlliaNrg arloir dildBOOM BU ETTERTH N VE 707 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE _____________________ Te SCLUE ____________________________________TEMPORARY BINDER Opens at.AUL49 THE HOOKING VALLEY RY. I I L.JEamne!, Thtmeans the bet af ev...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…A N.NARBfORl, MICiHl., ShtNT). I MAY 0, 92 FIRST YEAR. No. 1 71 CHICAGO DEFEATS MICHIGAN Corrjgi as Poor Control Togetherlwith Michigan's Poor Littinlu Give the Visitors an Easy V itoy ,dii [Ill p slil ;it o 1 1 i i 1ttIi lit tit,'litlil i d w l :1 %' k ] i :10 Ii hi , Il Ii, it lo Ih til I, It i tl talt XI ii I'I'I t l it it \\ilitttll ui itlll li . ;Ii'I 1; . lii t ii ii i 'ittti lit iii thu Till tutuiyoll "X Il. it it s 111it i i i Itiltlti...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 1

…qr Adft E)AI ows. ISS:ZZZ 7 :77; L7r -- AINN ARBOR, IVICIL. SUNDAY, MAY 42.5, 1902 $8T YEAR. No. 171 JUNIOR LAWS WIN Wherry Left for Chicogo Law Profs.iFavtor Shirt W\aists, TeStrong '03 Law Team Dfeated 1)11ti tLilt" I itt (t l tI t Lt 0 Iltt ()it iiitit(- !J4:',I'.' ';Iliii 11Ito li t '" JIt' It ii ii\ ' 1 ilf t1i )lfo lt Hilldtild si'ii it t ( H; w llor 9 1 l ouit tt 1 i tI 'll tit I t iit Is IlejziIl " 1r vn t't(. htu o l :1Il\ll r \.I;1! ...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 2

…F1EIE IMtCIIIGANDA ILY--NEWS I 20 dE~ uO C5 41~ ... 0U 2 14 tn 100 In ." MIHGA AILY-NWS UBECWSe Th iU o . DIY, e..1..El of'I) 31 hAN. MCIADAL-EWS PB. O. nc, 113... ff)3F3a13, Secy,3W.. "T.3 3 V. Pre . .3 . M xeTa3 . R. 3 13 334 3333 r,;I111 133331 311 ol 3 tc ,110.1 11111 A1I'l W i1 l 1111%irliw 1113l1 I F I I I t3I1I1 I 1 a1.11 1 14-o Nv31 I.s I 11113),~jl~1 (1 1313111 33 33 1 :11 lli; "~jl w~l pr lI~lll, V 1101, 3333 a --;I ils" 111 ioll ( 1...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 2

…4FTHE IMICHJGANL)AILY-NEWS' 0 mn 0 ..1 [4 0 W tu .i1 D A I E3 JS it.I t wl I lillif i i I i ls Thot13. of,-; DAILIqi, S t s, 4 itI' V ( iS lotisi i. .rt ss. t~i, t li 4 It it i l 4 . 1il 1tt 1. ii Oil l -1 ill ( 4 )I I il ol t lo s IPHISINGrhr l'liiioimis r ll o MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS PB. C1)(mc) tilflif Terri .U uni ~ . V. of WigiLY, 121 t Y ofir Eoc Ied - ii hiO os.. 11An ti iArbor ii~iio Post0 qce.i itiitS.. iii til ii ii t SN S l N hE ,Ii I t...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

…THE -_MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS iAmong the Smaller Things of Life SV10Go io r oilatirn titan tran Iira, all t), r i tl ttinzar'rwe iar a' F-iih r Troil o'a atiot, critiral i-a . This a'cM ' rtd c iat t iiit whothi raintw r ecallo-a' the a,t i i A. drtr'sor ti aik"THIS STORE IHEADQUARTERS FOR MEN'S EFURNISHINGS. Come thi ~4'eekl ir Fancy Shirts. Ta it t i-ar itt !1$1.50. $2.00.$250 -indI$2.75. Err tianr ashtltV'ni'at -t$1.00,$150, $2 and$3 M e1"i Wt'...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 3

…'THE-MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS 1116 Most GoHninon hill that we could do that would tend to induce you to buy STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES woul1d :be to introduce you to a man who has worn them. We cannot command the language with which to te'il you how good thete ctotlses are. The makers attach their t'c' neath the coat collar of their coats, and they are so proud of their reputation, that sot the slightest defect either of style, fabrics or tailor'ing, is p...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 4

…THE VICIII(-A.N, DAILI NEWS TAILORS, 123 S5outlh fain Street. 116KW16k Billiard Parlors adlBowlino 707 -N Bitt I.NtIRSI1a AVE'NITE THE HOOKING VALLEY RY. 11 T i ~ o f(v yfi r t '1 1 F tNI ndRO1 iiIt TOLEDO T COLUMBUS Write J. W. LANDl'AN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHIIGAN E5TTER THAcN E is VER The SOILEEDE TEM PO R4 RY BtDOttt F.J CIIL tofe3 2.oS s- ii -- ii FULDE .... The Tailor.... 11g S. Main St. Ann Arbor Thb finn fMor ,avinus Ba...…

May 25, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 171) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAlLI -NEWS rM. GINGER AL BETTER THAN THE LIiPORTED 5c CALKINS5' PHABRMACY 324 SO. STATE ST. I rlGkwiGk IBil1idr arlors MudBowlino 707 NOtRTHtUNIVERSITYYAENUE THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!I! That metsthe tt. i of f o tyti ng: s ER1VICE, 1 I OffONT asoId ROAD )l. wi~th Prlr ar TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Write J. W. LANDIIAN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHIGAN LINEN PAPER 15, 20, 2,5 and 30c a lb. SOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE, 1165S MAIN STREET F...…

May 24, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 170) • Page Image 1

…p _ Filts'i, YEAR. ANIN ARDBOR, MICHI.. XTVKPx Y. ?iM V ci 199 No. 170 THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET CHICAGO TODAY TOURNAMJYENT TODAY 0Q3 LAWS WIN' Given Last NigSt in Hlonor of JudeC ~nadDligi il ih c iiSWPspndfrotVeterdy xiiMo the Boots Monda y to Decide Cool ~~~~ the Gamoe in the box Aftornoon-Citicauo in Good Form teCapoii li iid 5ttit t ii i I d i i ll) it.I iiii'' ii ii LI l it 11I d ,n ' ippit - 1k 1 )C a 11(illil ',II it I I v t Iii t45,::i;1...…

May 24, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 170) • Page Image 2

…GJ Lfl ~ia to 947 r Co z Li-I in ..N tu TtIIE ICHICA Th i 1.ILO ., it T~a~The U, ofM. XAILY The 'VA SITY ,E-5 -HHY Car.'2~i MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS PUB. CO. ( nc.) Pres-. i). 11.H asy, Sc . n A. MANAGIlNG EDITOR, BUSINESS IANACJFR, OTTO I.11. ANS. EDITOR-s. Ath liti, Ciii-. IDVORA-K i-- jin4% 'I Ks' M is L. K. Sn i x CLARKE. --n in N. 'vi . 1ii. LP E. ii hut- I Tji I., < ' H NLAILY--.NEWS ;I551 ov 11111; s it ok t ti*hlim. W t, i i r I ii I 1sII ~...…

May 24, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 170) • Page Image 3

…TII.-MICIIIGAN DAILY--NEWS The Most GonvInGina Ihing that we could do that would tend to induce you to buy I STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES Would :be to introduce you to a man who has worn them. We cannot contnand the language with which to te-l on how good theae clothes are. The nmakers attach theicr :).e- neath the coat collar of their coata, and they are ao proud of± their reputation, that not the lighteat defec't eithe-r of tyle,+ fahrics or tailorin...…

May 24, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 170) • Page Image 4

…THE MILCHIGAN DAMLI-NEWSI *4~~ i Fu::1: ii +4++++++++++++++ 1114++ 1+4i++++++4-1+++++1411-+ 31333 +-1 i 311 ++ 01 GINGER AL BETTER THAN THE JMPORTED 5c CALKINS5' PHABMACY 324 SO. STATE ST. I PIGkwLGk BIUNN IaFIOPSaNOd OO 707 -OT NCll'4IVEt RIX XX LAVENU THE HOOKING VALLEY RY. II Thi 1!(zn 1cIS fetytl i tt oF JC , Q1IA ISNT and isROADBEl. wit ParlrCTsIOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Write J. W. LANDIIAN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHiIGAN LINEN PAPE...…

May 23, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 169) • Page Image 1

….a : AsaftAir, DAT --"_ iiiT Y.EAR CHAMPIONS WIN The Strong 1lJnos Team won ''heir ti l. Thir Game from the Varsity ct. I W O Nl .. i 1lJ Oj14 , M('Ll.. "ID L1 V MAY '- , I . REPUBLICAN CLUB INVITED THE GREAT JURIST WE HONOR :t :1 Il Mchigan Cub to Give aBaoco I- Some Reminiscences--Haid Werk the !it , (( ~ t. t +n "- ~-t1i h \ 4 s °s t (t 1 4 i \ ' l lilt I, () itt t.i DUA1TNNS1OUNAEN }111 11.t t\\Alternoon- .I-The Result In i in1 Doli4 t 1 1...…

May 23, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 169) • Page Image 2

…%01 LA o LA V .j a ONE" L4 O AM ru A {DAID) "hti Uo . AIL MICHIGAN DAILYNEWS PUB. CO,.fInc. 5 it It I . I is EDOITORS,. A5 hia0 t Ct i.]t tt. l i-i so-' v t : , 5 i -itt'l 1i"'l i tS \ j tt Nt i Our' Euhiaind I'Sthe product ofc.one of the best utetropolitati eli- graveis. 1We assur'e you the newest stele and prompt service. 7Tl I1 'II ICxA DILN --EWS - ES - * . IEng*raved E W l + , ;{ liX7 " ll lt > V i s i t i n g Cards ;ii7t t t'1"'':+> )l'4...…

May 23, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 169) • Page Image 3

…,' 1 T-lh _MIC JIG'AN DA',ILY-NEWS Among the Smaller Thingos of Life+ t 11 N, -r- II n t )T)ro 1 01 !' ,r , TCri1 a ?V t c 1mu cl r+s, r T- IlS STORE HLADQLSAR'' +RMSS ISIiI SlO$.3, 200S20 n $ 275.1-,,,- Wah V N , 5 100, S1,30,S s52 COuMC this W eek $.0T $06.1") aiv1o', SYl 1 j!- 2C O Y' NEAN I 'C c TON 11\NlI I NIll I'll I A WVAD11fMS, IIYIN & 1L[E. ++++++I!: II:1111:1I~i~iu ~i--~- u4. - ------------------------------------------ - 'jfllN J. ...…

May 23, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 169) • Page Image 4

…T H ENJ IC IIT (4 AN D A I NE WS Belier Than Eger. A femv ear z the sta ndard Tt4D~1 LL, Fully tiiraitt Bette Stock, Ette T7rimmings partcular care 'etrWorkmanshipIVI.fl-L O.N~ rIki -BiInidrdPrl~ors anId Bowing 707 N()RTJ-i UNIVE1kIITY \\LNIF THE ~HOOKING VALLEY RY. I!I Th.* : , itc 1s f -\ !yth!n : E R *1' EI ' I I 'Mii iit Nt? I o I ) . t!. TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Write J. . LANDi'1AN, Gleneral Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHIGOAN i- Fi price had ...…

May 22, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 168) • Page Image 1

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May 22, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 168) • Page Image 2

…'-E '112M IC'±IG- NDA1LI NEta", LiiA 4. 0r O "onn tuW fai *Mom VI vLi DAIL -EWS ML - TIhISfAl. DAILY'NEWS tPUB CO. Inc. (til 'na Secy0 N gi th', col'eMan- yas it ~i itHis oft i Ii, ;tr. 64' xPl x BUSINESS IANAOFR, n0T0RI.IN" N 1!4 ii l t lv I 1ii)1iitt'IIItti I I It tt* tiiit 1llii 3 1 ' i l i l ' i i. (+ l '-It ti ll Engra ved Visiting Cards } Our EnlIaink- i the product of one o0 the best netropolitan ei - ravers. 'Ae iasue yo0u tenewest st ...…

May 22, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 168) • Page Image 3

…THlE-MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS "1"4-+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Most Gouviolna Thin~ that we could do that would tend to induce yo., to buy STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES would :be to introduce you to a man who has worn them. We cannot command the language with which to teil }ou how good these clothes are. The makers attach their j e- neath the coat collar ot their coats, and they are so promd of their reputation, that not the slightest d...…

May 22, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 168) • Page Image 4

…THEMIHIGAN I)AlIA ..N EW y '7['7"1 14447"4 "R"TT++++++ ++4-++7' ++++^ +4-+++ iT'i'T 7"++++++ °++'3!'4";'7"+++++4-++ i'T+°I +++++++++"i"7'++++4w++++ I - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - f GINGER AL .... BETTER THAN THE I,71PORTE[) 5Gc. } CALKINS' PHABMACY 324 SO. STATE ST. F riGKWIGK iImard rarlors aMd owlinjj 707 NORTH UNIVERSITYX \ N"U17 THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!I That mans the heat of everything: SERICE. Q ILMEVT and ROADBEDn. w~ argrtr ...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

….,4 YA?4 N' LLit MiI. J4 h>4 l 1dA,, F_ Yvt 1 2 No. I1;6 COOLEY DAY BANQUET HANS DEFENDS THE DAILY MICHIGAN 6. OBERLIN 4 HON- LUTHER LAFLN MILLS eI' lae tohkePis Sacs T iat, Aictanu..s Article is osed vz,, ria ooa the Eastern ''rip, Deliveredi a Brilliant and Digallied Ad- is L icr e a:,ti .cso on Theories Not Facts -tjls4 ionre R11 adress-Subject: 'Back to the Land'' 1 1'fjI*rII4to, :1 't' I 4,1 14444444 '44 1r344 ,4 444,444 t 1 : 11 tl tr. 1...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

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May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…wl 0I -J Cs. t ... L, 0 WU z WU UIm tu wir 'MO *O Engravedt Visiting Cards i f0 tore the anxt prionp, 1Ot 100 CARDS AND PLACE Scipt 1 0; SI' iiii Ps t 3.0 Waher's B5ooKstores' FAMOUS TUTTI FRUTTI SILVERED CHOCOLATE '" MAPLE FROST...+.; QuARRYS CAMPUS DRU( FTORE - (10 TO - t''.'t-f-t1- t t.t R: E. JOLLY'S t11t> ;tlapp, For Fine Lunches, Chocolate, Ban Buns, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos and 308 S. State St. iL: BANKRUPTCY LAW FORMS AN!) ORD)ERS...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 2

…ri 1IPI MI(IiP7ANL)AIL :f -N E\VS~t ;LA 0I LA ... 7, 1) LL 2 Ji WU A 'ANN rril4 774i~0. Enraved Cards t Our i0 f. Il~~te, n01est sl ll I.~Ti~@i i S r rn t crx 1is. 1 MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS PU GO, (Inc.) 1l' tik0N iE1 ; 0, s 3 4;S' .5=i 07 it xt:. J11 2 g; 4 FAMOUS lviii FROTTh SILVERED CHOCOLATE MAPLE FROST I e .olt1 1i ORIHINAL and BES'TH. IQVARRY'S CAMPUS lDRUG STORE -(1() 1- l: E. JOLLY'S For Fine Lunches, Chocolate, Bon Guns, Cigars, Cigarett...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…TIL MAIiiANDAILY--NEWS ++ " + + thatsswe 0ou t etw. , tenato iii "ce '":toL: y + + W~xh STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES' + ev cantcormmiatd the languag.e with swhich to' " « Sgood thxese clothes are. The makers attach tnet e- + Sneath the coa collar ot their coats, and they are so r c o 1' their reputation, that not the slightest ilefect e 'ierof yit- , S fabrics or tailoring, is permsitted to enter any ar o 3 er + Yioitin\on don't knownbox cheap .... + S...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 3

…TIlE IC {III( A-N D.AILY-NEWS "+i*++++++++++++++++++++"+++++++-+*+ 1 +++1-)++++++4-++l 4 -1 ++++++++++++4-++4+ 44 I Among the Small eComthiseek $1.0 t2$0.4 -~.~4+++++44++++44+4+44+++444+4+++44+D ter Things of Life i~ HS SORE lffxDQt CRILR IOR M'WVS IRI S1l\G'- 0. S2,50- 8 I 2.75. FP-,I -l-, MfN & l 1LUL[t. i0 0 51.,50. S4) ,82 .1 S3 - 25c inn350 f' f f f JLAL11Z11 SSALZ" .W, i F! 14 1 F-I 14 1+4-+4+i++++++++++f 1 1 1-1141-11-1 1 1+4-"4p++4""++...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…TIlE ' I I(4AN lAI ho.NE t 4.4 GINGEAL BEiTTER T'IHAN THE I7IPOFE[D c .,... ~CALKJNS'pHABMACY324 so*SA ST. Pirckwick Biliard PavlotsdBd woiIin THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.! ~ ~TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS WXrite J. '4".LANDIIAN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICIGAN LINEN PAPER - 15, 2(0, 25 and .30c a lb. ___AT ___ ISOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE, II6S. MAIN STREET FULDE ....The Tailor.... 119g S. Main St. Ann Arbor By Calling <)m P-archfieldsrie tailoring trade. ...…

May 20, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 166) • Page Image 4

…T 11E !V1 I C 111(4 A N LAIL) - N EW Better Than Ever, Better Stock, &tter Trimmings, 'Better Workmanship. A few yearis ao diveollars x the staindard pric for a hat. To- clonesrcan be had for THRwE E, :HHAWES Fully guarainte'ed--A hat mrade.with pairticular care for particular ien WAGNER & CO., L ATEST~ SHPES lUST IN, _ = oleiAgents Ia riGkmIakBiIaridFriors and Bo~Iog E 707 N()R'TH U.NIVERSIlToYl.o tNt.. THE HOOKING VALLEY RY.!!1 Ti :it i i, ...…

May 18, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 165) • Page Image 2

…t ali Oi 0 zU 2 Z in1 lm 4 1541,Mcr;q _ III, -A-TV il 44H" , ,,, it' , . l t ; l {"j tl i ~ 1 ; t l t I t t 1 i ti r '+t . : ;; ' 1itt l i4 . i lt ! ;! 1 1 l i .° t l l '' l ,~ ! I + ; ; 1 ; ' S i t' ll 'Si ; \ t {i I : l 1 I ' i Church servi iI 1 M ' .' j ' . Engraved Visiting Cards .= pout o ne o t fsi Hi tropolit ttt el- 01 t '>. We tiLCr _ t ] l el newetst lit' i i11' till t7 II t rr S 1 ~ 1il S 1 i i:11 i,1li l'allll )' 1 ];1 i . .1i1 ,ll...…

May 18, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 165) • Page Image 3

…TUE MICIII(AN DAILY-NEWS Among the Smaller Things of Life+ ';(.I ( s )' 1olIii tCC1 I1i a I I ' 1X ' Illl s N 4oi il 1 o ii C; 1Z( t , ri t i { l ns r 0 st1 t !ir iI' } ac I i lIs rnin 1 I l l ,l rsor ma};1.1THIS STOR[ HEADQU ARTERS FOR MItS IR\ISII S. 2c I 0 COllie this W eek '(> r tty ts , I it, flatii I $.50, 2.00,$2,50 al.} 2.7. F )I' . an> 5,. i 00115 1, FilIt ,i:}1t1:I>, isi .luti+ ;it ' 1 00, 1(15011$2 ;111 iX$3 'N J- SOHANZ CHAS. DIETA...…

May 18, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 165) • Page Image 4

…THlE IICIIIGAN DAIL) _EWS I Better Than 1Geer, Better Stock, Btter Trim mis qa;, Better Workmanship, i A eyears ajuo the standard prict day oine can he ha THREE, L fully 1;uarateed particualar care o W A0iNEli L. TE -TSHAPES WSTIN, Five Dlulfars 's". fur a hat. To-~ d fur ~HAW S A fiat nade vv ith rparticular men.I Scale Ai gnts BLETTEfR THA1N EVER The SCHEEDNEf TMPORARYBIE -A 101) , aa " rl~kwGK IiIliard PdriOmsdndIBonnH( 707 N(t)R'I'H 'It'II...…

May 17, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

…CBp }r e .'r. +" F .; t YESTERDYS CONCERTS Th e'day Festival Still Give, Great Satisfaction to Large Audiences '-Anita Rio the Favorite 1 1' 11d ot'I t ;t150 15 io 11 l1't wts- 11,3 c l ' 1 1 ' : Isc c - c d t t Xl lz t11 1 n. 1 '1 IN il 0 I ( dtrI f 1"uiii rv IIII1 rh 'iV ll rk I t" liii 11> r V ; s W ilth 1.c 0 1 t 1itI I 111pubic, was1 endere 0 11.111( i i i cc l (; r o e 1 1~~ 111>IltIIe ' tl I > 1 11 (1 h r . f "II- li " I +1 I 000(11rc1i...…

May 17, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…tam in- 0j Lc, 2 Wi AU tn .40 MICBN DALY-NW"PBCOn ( eU a I AiI3 , DIO t it l SGI li Ct'i. tnANADi [l .it sta r. iio i ,t x xxm l toI xx irix 1 and h"" tell xi" ti" jx xxi li i x* .*x- .xax . tix* lt' xx-.ixx - t 'I' Itxx.... -x'sx t111' 11 iii f- ~xIx* I-1 a l ' rd i xx* ; i t l' i i l k i l . 't't" i liI . 1i:1'.t' 11:1 l'ift' I i c - l ;11' I I' illif t Itf IS7i i ;i Il;l t 1' ttrtt It;i l It ;i !If Il:l l l" Ilt "s I ;11I ll lli :11o lf'ti ...…

May 17, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

…THlE -MICI(JGAN DM1 Y- NEWS r*............................................ Th I Most 6onvinoinu1ThIiigi I tht we tt 0 d o that wooldtend to induce sot to buy * STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES vol b e to i ntroductte tou to a Man who tos worn then. t e cannot comm and titelanguage with witicit to tell cou how * gco5j titese clothes are. The makers attactt their"'r)e n eaththtie 5coat collar os their coats, and they are so protto of thr reltutation, that no...…

May 17, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…TIDE I1 ICIfl(4 ANPI.) NEXL'\V GINGERLE .... BETTER THAN THE I71PORTEI) 5c.. + stCALKINS' PHABMACY 3-24 50 TTE ST. I1G K 6k iI1iI tI rrI1 sdudBowijil 707 :"ti oRTHUN IXV LIRSITX AX':, U E THE HOOKING VALLEY RY. I I That mans the bet otfeverythintgt EVICt, EQIME'NT anod ROIADBED. ParlorW:'72 TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Write J W. L.ANDIIAN, General Traveling Agent, DETROIT, MICHIG(AN. LINEN PAPER 15, 20, 25 and anc a lb. SOHALLER'S BOOKSTORE, 116 S. MAI...…

May 16, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…P k c 4 4 i ,. K3f ror Ile. , iw . AN AUSPICIOUS OPENING ntxti Hllr tt-i ived a t Meted [vt.101 -o util-,s watg ii I Received l- c l, lu 111111 ii lt it l tt Itl. iii n Y F -th lvas o ptill ttt iii t 1 -iii ivct t by li i i i hut1 ii tl'c tin it't nt t iit tliit tuu u dtiii tittiit pointioftitt i i lTe pr siii a lOdrdiu iii u rt huold tiiiui titi ul ie n il its spell. Tho it-i oftiati c ltre> ut n ioteiiil lu b l iitil t ltlii of liou. Illsti ...…

May 16, 1902 (vol. 1, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…r'3 l VICti llIN AI, ; NE1'- t 0. LJ rum at' .+, O 0 JU WU in ~MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS PUB. CO.tI nc.i s. if t -at a iiV. A.ta Ila a I ; E 1i1'. . 1+ BSUSINESS "IAtiAi ?O. At10ItI;IIA w, J J. Attitt! f': J. W it i,' a lt l it'l.tt..N ) talit i 'l I'tilttit it~t til ta~, il l t-i't t'ttt - tii lt t 1 ' it l' it :i lt' t i I itrt Ititt Xl;ii it1 t1 it I t it *t {' ' i- 4I it 'it' 01ati-tt .ataa. ittit a il r11'' 't as-at' :I i ll ila i lta t i tli t...…

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