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October 05, 1910 - Image 3

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThisSpace
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclifiel
:: &X.Coo ::
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
Alarm Ctocks 79e
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Atarm Clocks $1.50
Atarm Cocks $1.75
Fully Guoranteed
Wa~tch Re. 2-trtesMaSpealai
THE17FARMEIRS AND) MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND) HUROON STROEETS
Captal $50000) Surplus and Profits $loo,ooo
Gesneeal Bunking Busineos. 3 percent paid
on T'inbe and Savings lDeposits. Safety De-
posit locus to rent at $2.00 and upwards
It. K pim 1, lres. TT. (,. I'll HT YMAN, Vice-P~res.
ti. A. 00 lr~Aso. (ashier F. T. STOWn. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitll tock 11J300,)0 Surplus $50,000
Iteouoes $023E0000
A GleeratliBaeking BusinesseTransacted
oirricesoCas. . tiscock, Fees.; W. 0.
Hriman, Vice Fres.: 0M. J.Frite. Cashier
SFATi'~ SAVINGS BANK
('0101I l50,010 0111(11500 11
C- 1 aiII, C i e
C e mmercta S Aused
Sasvlness
Ca,-. Metes, eand Libety Str-eete
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01. ANN ARBOR, MICHo.
E, 1). IOINNII. 1AL112101N SOULE
lres. Vice-IPres.
w. NV. (' LA IXION, Cashie.
uaitl, :100,000 Surlus and 0(1Plofits, 0(65,000

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED
Wanted-A first class Steno graplher.
Pcrrmanent wsork. Call in :afternoo
or everting. 7lllrr l &" L('il'r1111. 7o1
North Univcrsity' Avo. 2-tf.
W4allted-A colored wsaiterin'ra11 ternitY~
housc. App)ly'immed1.liately0at 0135
Oakland, phone C355. 12-4-6.
FOR RENT
For Reat-tDesirable suite', 4071 1'a I
ron St.' 2.
LOST.
Lost--On cam~pus, a VWahltam swatch(.
Coldl filled ease withltwobir1'sells e
I.Ssr art, 0007 17as.
eise reward. -32.
MISCELLANEOUS
Miss, Franceo Tavlor, Iformerly ]leald
of the Violin and(lV~loll Despartme(('((1
of Grand River Aeaelel(v. Missour1i, has
retulrneed 1o Aim Arlbor, alit is p1pre
to guser Violin and= Voeal lessons a1t1(1r
sitilio, 324 CatherieSi.' Recitals given~
mlon~thly'. Prices 1reason1(able. -ti.
The poplal~r State Si. Muiic.s] loose is
offerin~g all the latest song lits at (
ceents. All the (Operaie (1(11,1a. 21
cenits per, eopy, i\Insical 011(1(1111 0of11ill
kindls at strietlyoneprice1r-1f
Uom 1to'10ihs "'Id(eall Iih rSlroh"for
yourbarbr Nokan (11 w1(111ill 1111a
-everythling Just rigl.' / 71/ N. 11
silo av(enu.ie. Johntill 1 lojl toos~
plroptrietolr. - 16
WAITERS CfOATS AT1',,IASU'S
Comoplete line of,\Vaters' Coaits at.
p~oplloar trices. oAlso laboratory coals.
t'Iens TFurishings tDepalrtment1.
1-tf. MlACK & COI.
Fulller c& O'Conmior, StemadFeols.(1 nch
lry cleaners. Repairin g. 61o I. 17 -
liao s St. r-If.
(00 our(0coffee. \\'erner's ,1n,113385
.1\ 05nord t Sreet. r141
THlE KEMtIF ,\MUSIU STUDSIOS.
Piano(, 1Pipe 'Organ(, Voic'e Culture,
C'omposition. 332 Sooth Diviosiont.SI
p(hone'1076-J Dill. tLeavele 11l((01101 lee
for ine' pian~o t1iming. r-(f.
LaundryII. lDtroit bo~loes,, ~'.ci-
110? Call Hoff, 1247-4. (1.

MUSIC AND DRAMA
,l.c f Hillirilliolrd, iii his Imucheti stis
sei la 110o(f ldramlatic sulrpises, swill1b1
seen 11(theNebw\\'loneo theatre, tFri.
11a5.y 1111ctb r 7.
It created1a gat0111ir wh' en fiirst pro-
dcdin New or1k 'and c111wded11 11
port1r1a1al (f a phase'of1 life se o rt11h1
in1the(thought a1(1d(1lilo1511( y of hip-
,poe 1had1 ((1its 11 inpia ins ilSirl Philip(
allI. llioiodwh nis publcly1d slay('d
Port111ISmclir, ion I rw' theraemtiste
'I'll(, Visto 1 reversel s e 1 fam 1.il (.1tri
giltiers ~its orce1 rmithei 100(1. o
511 ( ly lrlebing110 a(veo'y()14ron15
11111 dl 1 111 c(('11ng1 Beron Churhll,5
Stella : 1(rcher, (Winif1r is iturke.((Little
''hoo 1" ' 112 S wo 1 lha appeare 011
Slopeeing n0(111(ht, ' as the1l winsloe il d 1;
and1 111(10ni P Toroa tfsci101 at-
in vampire(woman.There tloiae a score
of oters, nclud 111Gerge lare,01(i''
will H lland (- lo a ll S (ith llSW. C.
ritr F1.1dward o 510'', C.nW.' 11(100,
Lili l ohs and15i10111 a Pop.
About fsfy'los nb 11 of1th1 T914,l(22
showe the rue1feshma spiitvs-211

~ST~32r
SEPTEMBER AND JUNE
are far etftoisgtn apart to 71111,ii s tf ',>l l ; ' e 1 ':10 Il~ls 1
chtanges. Ste c leinSI oes, for instiuceOF di 7 s nie i ly 1 111
seasons The pttrchaser of WAL K- OX LR sti,«oo 1 -1'1'--
alnt a-sllrancc that Itis shoes arc not merely uoil-sdaitt. 11 1 th;
they sc1tilhe pace of fashion.
$3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.00'
THE WALK-OVTER BOOT SHOP
115 MAIN STREET, SOUTH

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Students
It's always a satisfac-
tion to look right and
be sure about it.
You can look to this
store for right clothes.

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HATS
CAPS
SWEATERS
JERSEYS

PLEATED SHIRTS
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FLANNEL SHIRTS
NECKWEAR

HOLE PROOF
and
INTERWOVEN
HOSIERY

"Always the right thing at the right time"
WADHAMS & COMPANY
t21-123 Sooth Main Street

FALL WOOLENS
jWAGNER & CO., Importing Tailors, call your attention to their
c .ollecti n of Seasonable woolens4. Ior men's wear. Carefl attention to
details and prompt execution of orders merit your patronage.
303-305 South State Street-
CALKINS' PHARMACY [University Made ifl Ann Arbor
+ Factory Sate of Mssion and Bungalow Furniturc
"You're Wvelcomre" Sale School~s~ ofj fora few day uonosly at ourI temuporar5y showtroom0 , 1 t. ibesty Sl Iet
M U______________________________K_______ _ b1uy 1111 centsoth~t ofs r l fuinilture foi evsery doltar y(o1 0011 Ii All
sa(p4 .an ol~ d 1111 1111e., studenOt dos s hit s, lu a ve v s , 11 l ibary
Wear ga yu'e ak-ouwilManadStreet these pieces are closed out.
surely believe it when you see our Un~iverstyl stludents who wishI Come-PaCkt Frsarardtu~re Comxpaniy
011 Luke mIusic' suplemltentary t11
"YOU'RE WELCOUMYE' BAR AIi_____________ ayd°s°atth
dents whlo dosire to study msic
Don' mis th-demnstrtios in ' bht who ido n00 wish to take a
Do' ms hedmnsrton nregulasr course leuding to graduu- A B O K
urwno. ~.ation tmyot(~ 5sentsi-IA , 5 ~
our window. - ~~~~~~~~dents and "tuke lessons" in what- ____________________ _________
s -over hranc'h thley wish.
"cYou're Welcome" Bargains at Tho semeutsters (If the Schuoot of 41st yea: DICTIONARIES 41&t yeae-
your own price. Music coineide with the Univer- to QVZ BOOKS t
tending to take music, should r- Anen Arbsore LEGAL MISCELLANY ,Anns Arbor
rango for it at onee.________________________
- 1cor full. particulars and illts-
A WY T S laked- calondur, catl at te olice,
I HAREIII A. SINK, CHICAGO
Secretar Aesn Arbor Be-ensts, Stato Stre,t Opposlte Law~ Sid(.
-YtatSi~ 319 Fast Huron Street

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