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May 01, 1893 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1893-05-01

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.1+ c,. i t CE ,ICiEI MlS i:-eS in the City.

S 1u 1, j SAME NlJW 1I

HllAVlE YOUL SEEN OILJI 1%NEW~ SPIRTNG STOCIU? Wjli are rowOpjeni for Inspectiont. See dilem.Threy are
It is a SplendiSbowingof Suits and Overcoat.Extra, aletLowPcrices
W adhc m 4Ryan * & 4 Reul ev ~-Z'3-M :WO 8EWR2

Ann Arbor Savings Bank OWN'PARBNIER HP
Ann Arbor Mica. Capital stock, $50,, W No.S4ARBER0cc SHOP
Surplus, $150,000.No4EATHiNSRE.
Organized onder the Geneeal Banking Laws
ci thee state. Recevea Deposits, buys and k CR A I N !
slsecagontepicplcteofteUnited States. Drafts cathed tepoen properc L R A 1
-deotiflcution. Officera:CHITA A Pe.
Wv. D. H RcIAsiN, Vice Prea., Sd a 1)c fi-o aWeek at tie
CHASc. E. Slsoce, Cahier,
~o~e~ei -, inn RoCwceitlcl il ot,.
Ic - "9 DANCE HALL with PIANO.
/ ~ I -eecilate- toe Societies.
tF 1I.I. SMITH. - PIioiitmcroic.
___________________n.,___ t e iy 1i-I iily Cluilecteotcleo-
- A N D A iiL cadec o Getliche~l, by Prot, S. P'. Iel-
'~ 01cc., iMtayt-InladtLeagelecture on1 4ce
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, ctIllusiosofVisiou"byev.-A. Caecn.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS ! j 11 >ncy 1.-Foeith lilect-c-etby Prot . needI-
to : Ciili ititl rte cc St-iec. Citeotc-
10 East Hurion et, -:(rein cJutcdea actilce te- fc{(c-ist-."
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Wed 41 i-cic a l)~lot1 s okvt

WORLD'S FAIR ENTERTAINMENT. 'n m-t Excelsior Laundrvq
Rates: b0le(in Teetitcc$ldlecdaycC calitHtiic OEAS1ft HRON STtiEtT.
Write nuicki eirsbet c-icce. Setnd 2iiaic
teatsatep forGuideefCeiee..anecilxep- lotd eirdWorkeCtesc ~zeett(Ilci(llti
toca. L. D. AciedO -a, 9> 6 Calumiet Avcce. aie ceee. AP-OER c
---THE A R GU S,%7
-) The New Shade -' ,/ 1 /
in Hoasiery. -
Saesom fortsnand Darning.1
Met's,25c., 35c,, Ic. Womnaa, S0cGica aizesoe. 0O ,N J til i iccllmen, a icc -ci ito,
WAUK(ENHISE COSPIN,7ES anyStBso, Mass i c ci ccliniaibe ii 1 nl -COl miceicM acrti
"fiestcycingcatloue n te wrld fee ct Co-
Will Honor HerMajesty. lcccaciccccoenc.iic ei mil fIceticitwccentsi ms
PoeiCg. Co., 1luscci ewNcccorkbChilcago.

At at ethusiastic mtoiing of Itic
Canadian Club of the U. of iNI., one
Friday evening, it was decided to
celebrate the 24111 inst., quieen tuic-
toria's birthday, by a baniiuct at the
Cook hoieic, is thiC city. An en-
cleaver cwiil betiide1to have the
lion. Davc-jl id Mi pesent. Tb ii
gentllemancis oneiofi the-fccemct
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hoech (Cl acs. NE W A ND) C 1GRANDii(IOPiERA lI) L I . I icileIl-ladeiibieforic mccii tc i illi
I _Iccoiitiilt tiiiiri ccliii nteresits ly callhlcf>
SIECONI-IIAN D. -f StetsonseUncle Tom's GaO~n. Ii eie eeok iiusetici iccldctei liiecit
11111-aCdccelc Ilcii-, Alice-cl?, andiicheiix-
We offeri hI0lot-goostiad t tbuls t -c ie i c ii e c'~ Io 'n-eTm it ible IcI hae ni icl.I e(ckeccvt i iesilSilmille
tot 2 t tceIcblicetic CMeclle I ctfle c\Iiiister cilititeg c landigelds IfioI un- res Ceari.
Note lioolk itn tocite for 5c. Cmpanyli, iuieie cwilice cat theiGrfidii'I cii caiodeerticsw aici ive thcemc ie-
lilerli lioiieAntlAbisrleiiiicy evn-litveed to 15 (lat lit ir leafsure~blI, hid
1 iitg inl youir seconld-hatlein( egxect, hcsiitet till rspe-iiaapro-v-l life cynsutre to get tiie- 1li"tfstylish dir
of Ma-s. Harieit lilecler Stotwe, flee ii inn t a silt hg oii leslie toi$ci3Mi-uIt shit.
Text liociks. I eiirtai authoesscxcof dtiworild-fciiiel lane 1hm1aca. i
Tex-Bok,-. lr rlefaalie exceiiettcompan~ty, twot
cetiletl. Tosies, tie two liiros orintue Natioinailoneetioneof le-
tieliusicai Alarks, tieeliegatfsceneeryllfe t ot Ciica seii
' ~ oldahr's teeeeveoieelatlciieiets tecf iIy.May 'Aie ts 11th, tieTldiii, AIti
pO' L u rsstheinoliitti~aefetsthera Fseo-AbrnditelNoirtie M1icligate11y. xciii
andilthecelieibratredLone Star Qcoarf iciake a rate of oeie andie- thlird fare
20 5s.tate sareet.sill talatnite in moakinig te etetfait- otsife rettt rill.
Main St,,opp. Coos-I Rouae. mett a most enofabld e I. It. (111001 WvoI, 1getit.

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