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November 13, 1910 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1910-11-13

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TILEr MvICIIII6CAN D 1AILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchfield
:: & Co.s ::
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 . Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN,, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Osuaranteed
Watnk Repe%,ivrsg aSp..lalty
TILE FARMIERS AND ME1CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Captal $50000 Surplus and Profts$l0,00
Genoeral Hankinog Business. 3 perctent patd
onTimeanod Savingsoebosoit. Safety tDe-
pouitis Io to rent oat 52.00 and upwards
11 Pt. tre.Pus. I1. RTuTYMAN, Vice-Pres.
Ht. A. WuuL,u a'shier F. T. STOWec, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol Stock 1300000 Surplus $00000
tResources $2,800,000
A General tBanking Busuness Transacted
UrruuoEttooChas. E. Hiscock, Pros.; W. iI).
Llorrluoao, Vice Pros.:t t. J. Fritz. Cashter
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Ca1110al $5.00000 Sorplus 75.000
Itosourl' 511,250)000
Wino. J..Booth,. lees. Vo:. Arn'ooll lotctres.
C'. J. WaolzCa 'shietr
jerman erican insf3Ban
Con rrne-cll a nd
Seuvlrxga
Cor. Me..lss acid Liberty Steew.to
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O ANN ARORo. MICH.
t. D. IINNO. FHAtIStON SOULE
Pres. Vioe-tres.
S. W. ('tA 11000, Cashier.
Cauplta, 0,000IO Surplllutd luolits. 065.000

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
,41tllllev 1' is bo 0111,11 111 f so b
1-2 :3nt;Or7.050 /t ICI.
LOST.
Los-A black astrakhan for collar lasl
Wedneosday, boloseen114 and () p.ol~ 1.
Adcdress, 1731 \Vaslllooao or tle-'
phoone 2561-2 rings. 36.
FOR SALE.
For Reoot-Very desirable suite of
roomos,modooern 01impr'oements, 610 E.
AInn,. Mooderate price. 3(6-37.
MISCELLANEOUS
If youo arc lookioog for te best guiar
or omaololio oct MAartool instrumeno t.
Nettoock lost arritod. Schaeberle &
Sono Moosic IHoutsc, 010 S. laio St.
o3-f.
SPECIAL CLASS IN SHIORTHA ND1.
Toomeet a clcmoodooorl oooN ooov eme
class iooShoorthaoooc 'ooocTIypecrritingooo
hove odcciodtol too orgaooozo aloeg1nners
class 1on Mondooay, NoovoooeoooI4. Thlis
class is espe1cially deosoed for th1se
woooshs o t1 eacloht toloujectIs onext
yeaor or woslexoc toitIthcoosoeloet for
bigho gradcsecoretal ito ns.051 Call5 1at
t schoool for bollpatricuolars.
Reeme ooco orlte oate,
blf3Nl)AY.NMOVE-EIDtER 14.
SCHOOL3.(1110SHIORTHIANDI
;16. 7001N'.(lnivecribt .\Ave.

WILL WELCOME WARRIORS'
Reception for Team Planned for This
Afternoon
(let 1D0)00wa ston loy 00n 11f001orof p(IsO
00 lO t s deco ited l1w lbeo 000000000
ill choargo' 1o call (fth -in601c c
loi'tiooo laotoniht. Tils 0,00 0 -as 00
taokenootoo dampenotooo 00 (boo' or1e0000000
splndd snm ,000f0the Varsity0agins
ou or o da00 s eoo pttno ()ftin ,,;i t
10,0000 loooooo' ooll 00000 00 in f onto f th
he'haule0 (l, th oO the ,100 hig 0,00000a
00000 nd th rturnin folO 00' 00 mo en
wlheplytpo'h1e00 0o0 bot, where01
lIoolloooiaotooooill lot'e'presed y th
otnh r oo'110 tu'rnoo )Litland by I or n
'a rtoll 0 m'alooo o i s

Y +'
1 ~O~l U00
Debating
the good points of mnany siocs the decision is
always given to the 'A'A-l-K =OVER because so
many good arguments niay be advanced in its
favors.
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00 $6.00
THE WALK-O R BIPOOT SHOP
I 5MAIN Ti L'RETSOUTH

i ( (tIIIIWo
30o- otool linIt wheno'
Iinooroot

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Corneoooll. .
Qlooo11111... .
Werls..

No'. o,3 Eol"0isto. M, otot~
Noos. 20-Altruoisom.
Nov 2o' -Pesioisoo. 1Pte l.
1Dcc. 4 (lPlioito.
Decc. I11-Sceptlicismo. lhrsn.
A series of popuollar 8oooooto co coinog IRe ce
lectulret,ofOespecial inoterest to votoiog C
meono. fGio'ooatto heIlC ooogrogaoai01
S \10r.."I' i
S.A" IICI I IOAN I I NNESOIIT- G,\1 .51s -
ilolloos oill lot iooordler. 77ec oill loaoo'o etiff01l
S011 olf toe lestchorysaooothemooooooo t SIrlot 0I Ia
hoaoocecodrlobeoo brougtoo nb n AooooAo
Plaice 100110orders nowl. Vctsco, Florise
.01 t oooompson,01408-J. 36 1ri0g0i
Foller & OCotonor, Stam atod Frecocbtreet;oE1lat
odry cleaooers. Repairitog. 619 E. Vi-7
IiatssSt. o-If. 11 000 0
Seo' Schaeotberle & Soooofor Fiono. A1,100
ololioos, f'iiitous, tll tsupp~lies aoooo-l
booirs. 1(6-of. 1 0 blo 1
1(1' M l' 5l11
locs, owheno yoo ou rt' ill n1edlof awtlo v
Saofety-raztor, 1)a11ronizeltecS(b e to Stree oac,;
I-larodware. 36-37-38. n110 ac

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HATS
CAPS
SWEATERS
JERSEYS

It's always a satisfac-
tion to look right and
be sure about it.
You can look to this
store for right clothes.
PLEATED ShIRTS H(
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FLANNEL SHIRTS IN'
NECKWEAR H

OLE PROOF
and
TTERWOVEN
OSIERY

rii "11.

'bob'sarc'00 )j )8.
1 00Y000'II, old sololo 000/000' a
~clresl-pcllroro, hte
lrdwarc000170-8.
Soot' So t ' l (oo' I c
ics, ('1Solos oand So'toro.
01(10 ('oosloinog's 1 1'11711.'1CV
Cot beterpr 0es n('iooars.
to rtels .'ooooC' oooolo 0th00
Ill th c itob . 30 01.

"Always the right tiing at the right time"
WADHA I.S &COMPANY
121-123 Scoth, M~ainu Street

igtovercoa for winter wear.
We had this in mind when we
selected our Fall Woolens. But we have the heavy weighs also.
All garments made in our own shop.
WACNER & CO. St.

stop
Listen!
N Last call for Football
a Goods
Football Shoes
$2.75, $3.25
Football Pants
$1.25
Nose Guards
Soo
Pads 50o per set
Come early while
s 1 they laot
State St. Shoe Store
E. R. FROST, Prop.

J

CHORAL UNION
CONCERTS
10---Star Numbers---$3
McMILLAN, November 14.
Voliniost
BONCI, December 9
FLONZALEY QUJARTETTE
January 18
SAMAROFF, February 24
Pianist
FESTIVAL of Five Concerts
Tomo'as Oro'hostu'o--Chooral tonionx
anoiSooloists
Tso'tooitoo~ssy'u 'F. ru t )uocgioo
oorf'omo studtt' yanuuo'.ussot'

TO 9 i'r

Mens Mac
Wear w la
Dept.

Dept.

41st year +d ''S ' 41st year
Ira IoO (
Arxen A.baor LEft 'AL P t3'C.O[ A2'NY AnnssArbor
C iIICAGO
Arim Arborar I-sssnln, S tt-0oOctnO. OprPuats Uaw'so Bdf.

Porrat tui~ ~319 East HurwonT Street

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