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November 04, 1910 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1910-11-04

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THlE MICHIGAN. DAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclhfid
& Co. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.500
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
fli ARMEIRS AND MECH1ANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Caital $50000 Surplus and Profits $100,O0
General Blanking Business. 3 percent paid
on 'rime and Savings lieponits. Safety Die-
posit Ipoxes to rent at $x.0 and upwrards
iR. ItOMPF, Pres. HT. G. Pon'lTcs'AN, Vice-Pres.
Hi. A. WLLtIAMS, (ashier F. T. Onow. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock 00.000 Surplus $50000
iResources $2,4000.000
A (lener.IBaking BusinessTranacted
()vicits:n(Chas. E. lilsenit. Pren ;.1).
i'. rriesan.ticerPeon.:Ni...Prite. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Caupitl$t50(00 surplus 75.000
ilsources $1,250.000
_~i W .. . Both Pes. 090. A rnldl, (VicPrs.
C'. J. Waltz. ('ashtlr
German- mericajJ avings Bank
Corm~rerco-la.l .l nd
.Sa.vloazfs
Cox-. Merlin anad Llb.'et Sx-.ats
FIRST NATIONAL BAND
Or ANN AROR, MICHs.
E. D. KINNE. HiARRIISON SOULE
Preon. Vice-Pesn.
S. W.t'LAiRKSON, Cashier.
Cupitlt.$100,000t Surplus and1Ploflills, $(;5.i0OO

"honor Deev'ser"'wsthb tlliliedraiiiic
poe hti iadi ssf osMUSIC AND DRAMA thatl Mr. Perecorwas ini no simiall was ne_-
_________________________________ spoiisitlie.
11n1e'forgot 111e'tiee1ndious iechnicat
raroeT-to c1tn'tt'. tdifficiltiessowlen.Albcrt Lockwsod wss
\Jrs. Jolsepiniie J. Percy, htefore lihe playin g 'aisig's " Zigeunerlteiset."
itirgesi auidieiceevtee' assemibled foi' a Brilliaiit anitfdazzling 110alt'ereading,
ftaiultyetncecrt, wont for herself latsidoit ibIrouglit forth a wavse of applaist'.
ntightl an1euiabille pit1iotnl1amon g te.51 r. Lockw~od lrespondl(ed1 riwihon en-
faoroicti rtists ws'lo 1have (appearedl on1 core. The reappiearance on the ipro-
thie locaol platform. NWhile'hit- voice is gramilthis yestr (IfiDebulisys inltnsel
no11tif thie prima donna11(tlyies'or quality, impllressiontistic "R~elects 1111n10 'hLu"
vci from ite01ay11i whichechlsonig wats thigly1ju stiedl.
was receei'ed, it nwis terfectly evidetlei\\'ithc i rs. Gieorge Bi. Rhead 0astie-
itcat her atoi~rs swere tapptreciative(If eongnoisl,'man Iswillh nhom che1ha1' Iones
seetness of lone and1( delicatentess of much tienIsemlte wotrk, Samutel P. Lock-
shinlg. wood111was 0enabllledltlto ive free expcres-
Fo1rtunat'ely' intdeetlwssMIrs. Percy 1111111 his trt.'PTe weirdleclorinlg a111
inl her elioie tf songs9; (tidt tech11111- hauntingntelotdy If lhe Polisht dane
iert511h'selectedl lt sing, gavlte -eviee ''l'siiwiol. receiv-edl interestinlg tre'at-
(If her versatily of intertpretait 1, c' 1( I i l a tt'11hand1s of fMr. Lockswood1(1
was conlstatllx-surprisinlg cer atoilr's an111 the1'IdIubIe stoppciedlhatrmnicslle o(f ltce
051111'ail exquiisit'eInuancec (f lt'empoIa last few mlealsures owereIneatly exectedl.
suiddenl change of tonle tuality, or by 'The ne xtrecitl wIsilllbe othIe histori-
ailwordi hclf-sittken, hcalfl-sun~g. Mrs. cal series (1111 11ill lte giv-enlby11-ilbtIe
Percy wst h111r lest in Ihe grou111 of Lockw'ood N ovembter 9. 01 4:19 p.I0l.:
thceec.'"Chan~sonls Poplaiires,'"ifrollil s
"Salndlllln,'' and(1Sprtcss' "slill-t-I he'- "A'''li OFl . 151.' nltAM.'
Wihspc." '.001 (Ioneglislted (11111spatrkledl J pOI'oe iesieesll rI-
like s11Illanylxtilly gemls. echllonedits-111ucer (f "Thire Twinls"11111 Bright
tinctllrindiiduatl. 1?yes,'Ithis sselctd for his 11e0 product-
Wsilh Mr. IRichaordfT. IPercxy 11t111e 1tion for1 1111seaso11n 11anlter(If fMarl
readfinlg(If 11th eI'ccompan~imlentlwIs1 s-5"1 heflirl oI (f IxlDreas,115 1111i15de-
su~red.. NI r. bowlnf songsl Damlrosch's c0bd s 1swoat ,atmlosfpherlsic la
Itsrs thelsslIknolwn vaudvilleo(11head-1
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING lines will havlthIllsin~lcpl roles.
1115e hook 15isbyN'silbll.I)Net 11nd11
1-201,0; yq'10n0nIllaction, a11sfn11 intduecs several Quaoker
chircris si atfhaloe 1111 beenIseen 111
LOST. 1115 stags for a11o11timie.
fThes cast inludll~es G'eorge S. Taile,
fact-t list 1155(1 fli'h 1'ymnas~ttiumllland(Harry (lariRaLx I. Lox-ce, Percival
conert' ,. IHurionl 1111 Ingallls, a g111111 it hosIr1v1111 Brooks, Nita A1511.
w1atchc andsIfobl nwihmlos atftachled. ttenitta1LeessLeila Sm~ithc and1 (ofhers.
fReturnl to 903F. II luroll ; Phon(le 43. fe is celislslbte lpresseted01tIhe
hos1 -Gold( watcIs ellloc llket, initials 1\ . 11111 I
Filderci'pleae tur'ciln t()324 i?,. Ifibt 111 stiOLtAltSi('5 GIE'N 11Y' RECEN' 's.
or col 1220-IL. 28-21) Stx gr111at11 hose securell the schol-
aslips (If $30000 chel, whichl the llordi
MISCELLTANEfOUS ofI regent~s Idecied~ to give at its meet-
Puffer & O'Coicnor, Steamlia0111 rellef I 1 last summerltl. Paul A. Leisd',:A. it.,
if ry'oglr. earii."9 W 9Arthur L.NMcCarty, A.B., 'o8; Lyle
lionseanst eang r. i- It MscMillan, 1..,'09; Joh~'n-W. Oltt
_________________________ houlse, A.3.. 09),AM L., 'to; Ih1111r If.
1Ro1111ins, A 11., ,AM ., '01); 1a1n1fwao
If you ileedf yotir shcoes repaired cring 1, tr ~e i it
thiemco(1er to 613 E-. Willionms. 'I'l
Unilversity Shloe Shop. i If. duringl" thelmeet1111g (f itheIhoarorI(f cc
KOLLAUP. gent~s(lest Oweek.
Tailor 011d1Cotter. -
ion F. Huron. Phone'180i-J. Ftuller & 0'Concnor, Tailors and1 Cleani-
it-If. tis, 619 E.WIIoilmsSi. i-If.

A Good Looking Hand
is satisfactory but not so pleasant as a good
looking foot. The first is a matter of luck, the
second a matter of -good judgement---buying
WALK--OVERS.
$3.50 $4.00, $5.00
THE WTALK-0VER BOOT SHOP
115 MAIN STREET, SOUTH

Iil III y%/;, W
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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 Soiuth Main Street

igtovercoat for winter wear.
OERga ntRC ATINCS wMny men prefer a medium
* We had this in mind when we
* eetdor Fall Woolens. But we have the heavy weights also.
* Al garentsmade in our own shop.
WAGNER & CO. stae
CHORAL UNION MEN'S FURNISHINGS
CONCERTSuseSirts, Neckwear Gloves, Hosery,
Press Building, Maynard St. Next Door to Univ. School of Music ____________USlrer aa a.ee
1O--StarNumers--$3 We carry choice Lines of Mn's swell tabr
1 0 - - S t a r N u m e r s - -$ Hd a s h e r y w ith p r ic e s lo w a n d v a lu e s s u c h a s,
characterize our entire establishsmentsi
NEW McMIL.LAN, November 14
MIHG N FIL O G'iiihiistFIRST M C R&. FIRST
MICH IGAN tELD SONGBONI, December 9 FLOOR MACeCnoFOO
and FLONZALEY QUARTETTE
OTHER COLLEGE MUSIC JAanuary18 ray2 LAW BOOKS
Pianist-
PIANOS' FOR RENT 41st year- DICTIONARIES 4st ..-
FESTIVAL of Five Concerts Inr QUIZ BOOKS In
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR GIBSON MANDOLINS MAY 17-20
_______________________________ Thomas( Oretsa-Chl AninisArAbor- LEGAL MISCELLANY Ana,.Arbor
and Sooists__________________________
Uo s cHaode's Judas Mccabes"C la h n Co
'il ets on on sae at School of Music CHICA GO
Portrait Studo39Eatlro Street

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