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January 26, 1911 - Image 3

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j-E MICHIGANfAlL Y

GrossON Lbert
A.G.PALDNG &BRO t
The Saldig ~Ik~~S a
A. SPAINDING . BROS.t
sos i iSiisl at' s ~i n eortd
4 I Oi1 60 i n. dti pl /o
sA~R K nta s houildihave icciopi o
Q~a sIN y qu t e S. dig - t.

0UT>SDFIRS WILL LECTURE.
(Contintted fromnteif0i. nmitc ail t Mr(ama
regular summer school program, al-I
lougit tot given in coinnectiontwith TI I51 ST. II I
aoy course of study. 1Ier'~ r,'it i 1.c lrnci C opiii t,,ic eii
by faculty tmen, and itis nw ec-is ied etediypa tnoon troil Iig te
errr to bring in outside lei ctes Cs di.Sg~c oi fhi olo
'The first lecture swill Ibe followedi ihi!' L iond 1letL rlwolintheto ist
a recepition in IBarbour ghouilM1n1 iti~'t eI~1o ieSil~e
en hy the faculty fur tll :studes . 011 i iiit cc llt e oi shc~i; rp
he evening of August 18i anotheie-i t s piilnt con traictinsfiitt i I ii -
ceptiositfoe the stutients isill imariktthe i 0 iiusd lI1,SS ad v111Itittlsill 0 to
close if the i titiumme'Cr 'ssiion.
p rcs it 1 11 ity to itie i Clilt '1'1'
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING frm h listfelnitutucim-eore
i-: '30;; 7-t 'o I. 7t. m reiii -ith n 1cte f he ote
cliiiiluoser iiofhis1 day.
WANTED \i t'hatuthop lliimy1,a%-laecedin i
Wanttited-Entginteers, youn i mai'ke alitot11 itt. ofihima ic eveomit' I lie
atombilltes. See meiai onc a t oel i nto the ca1111tieso lh iati ll 1111
\Vtiitiiey. C. F. Robuertsi 8, ictil ls 111ii\-ne or th lne
_________________________________shades_____of_ ii. iii i11 co1111r. T is lii o ,, oC
FOR REN'T. itt' 0eec eie 'i trat meln111 t lltistie-
iii 'illtot list til
F ile R c p1log r t diis ituitabe M .i~cw ol s tn. ic°i('i
fo F lb or s cetis f et.in -a lei t ilililic is liiidii tie ti t i nstantl
thue ['uTess-.-uild . . ing e May ard t retiticl i b r ha tnt c tt1 -' c ss0
-illl . il sll t iii st ol til ike t i11c -ist 1f 11the u ito r.;ilt
787 tlui. inroom 3.t8
ltttle TiO~otitr, attis iti IIite doe0 a1l, w0ou sl l s et t i arz
ti'mlt . Witl i elats St. nale d w he prctig aifaps
li cetite. 4 sotvnad c-u eetiii iiiii It v vr tpa o e rpaig Tx
787-1- I 8,;1'1Much to s h t es i'uii ii I ills.t h
thet. ScrertAeT Otus 1'fluss 'se left oth0Iiin e o e des111 Cireds r
Irs lo oE, t . W iim s iCt. 1 'ii, l I c iii ttii' d lst iteeril'sofanek
fly .ti °iit licbritlii', 0 r lst iatgli . S
MartinleiGuitars0 11arei foecedeiedctoies'
Detroit Laundtury Brattch office Call 'ct. Mr. iK. \\'. Siniiiiiesctttedugvea
Futller TiO'Cottnor, Steani itundFretichi _________ ___
dry cleaiters. Repairingig E. FWi
State street. 884-11381 . m i ngli t ooi c dutsk. itir. AItti iifl
(lno srt i work by li'mtils o)if
chatll n ryn

of Men's Ilty 's and liildreios
IISuits an
SALE EIGilNS AT ONCE
$10 Suitor Overcoat . I $S
$15 Suit or Overcoat I I $12
$2() Suii or Overcoat I I $16i
$25 Suit or Overcoat -,120
All Trouisers 201 o If - Situ n d Un-
derwuar 2014 tiff Hats, Ctap=, (Mtves,
Sweaters 20%i off-Trunks, B~ags, ansi
Suit Cases 20% oif.
211 S. Main St.
With Nuts
The most delicious
piece yet
Calkins Pharmfacy
324 5. state st.

A. G. SPA -DING Ecl.BRSn.
254 Woodward Ave. Dtetrait, Mich.
T'U FARMU~S AND MECHANICS SANK
MAIN AND HURON STRIEETS
Capitai $50,000 Sarpias and Profis $00,000
cGenealtBit itg Bustness. 3 percent paid
oni 'Pie adsi asinlis tieposits. Saety De-
poi t kottto 5r 1 CciatsO 1.00 and upwards
R iitv. sr 'it"11. G. int' sXAN, Vice-Pres.
it. A. \V1i.A,ut, Csiter P.'.STOoWrAsst.
The Ann trtor Savings Bank
Capil ISitck :300,00 Sups$5 0000
Retouirces $'I 0ti,0
A it eres. ttnkin Btusi'esa Transanted

iBAILEY & EDMUNDS
toils YI I iti ailt di tI tisot
j iberty St Ann Arbor, Michigan
ST. JAMES HOTlEL BARBER SHOP
GEO. V. S3'01,1. Propritor
4 Doors From " Freddie's "
I E.13.Jolly's
(irand Opening
Lunches, Cigars
Cigarettes, Tobacco
a-nd Pipes.
Agents 3-B Pipes

triC ii' .11 ti Cha. E.tiscoet, Pres ;W. i.
llii sian, Vice Priss.: 1t. Fritz.tastier
STATF. SAVINIGS BANK
Ca i iiti'i'i'oo S urplus 5.0 0
C. J. altl. Cashier
Corexneraln. l nobnnsd
s eyt.vltea s
Car-. Ma.imrid UiO lbeorty Str-.ats
FIRST NATIONAL BAND
lii SA"NN tARBiOR,.MIeti
E. I. ItNNFO. tiAtIttluN SVIILF
tees. Vice-Pres.
A. iW. OLA ittStiN, Cashier.
Capitial, 3t00,1115 iisurplsiind Proitis. $65.0001

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Mtate street. 134-8S dii.
'" Iesitter's Grill. Cthar ",usl grilled
porterhontse steak. t1t3 W. Huiroit St.,
tip-stairs, opp. Initeriurban statiton. Photie
Dell z ts. 7-eod-tf.

c(\li1 CI1lfR t;11.\ O IH. Sit or C liii foriOwiii stillnV A I ~ f ~ f P
1.11' ii'al :111!1 tititi 11 110 1.11I.t7 t iifito.
P f. T. e. 'Iriiiiilo s classp iMl Men's, W omen's. P 1 ' I liihi SLOP- WXii ih ii tt i Or Itu-
Shalzespare readn ;s «'11 pr1111t c; lnx il i lto:-rii 0 < 1' cni, $1.50
Stacotieecilug iu tee i and Children's Footwear iSta t t ' isize u . t i tuant
'tuiet fI.c-i "t ctcsiiStreet and Dresscow nn' Atihletic (foods 1SIABO LED i'(C p YPRHALL
n1t I n'11eiiicti C asweit l .i eee hll I C E. R. Frost, 302 5- Sftato St., ~ O ~ ~ Pu- o'

Night Robes---Pajamas - Bath sob -=- hoes
UnaJama
A Pajama Without its Discomforts
An Excellent Sleeping Suit
WAGNER& CO.Complete Protection
WAGNER& CO.State Street

Honey Lou
Neath The Big White Honeymoon
By Jack Yellen and Goarge L. Cabb
Sung by Miss Coy Trickey at the Majestic
This Nuiw Senstional Song Hit of the year has reached Ann Arbor
sod is now on sate at
University Msi Hus
(COME IN AND HEAR. IT

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Eighteenth Annual
MAY FESTIVAL
MJay 10-13
Four Days--Five Concerts
Che folowing soloisuitsor, gpaleadty
bc-uteinenagedcwilte ergotluiatsar
prendituget w ituers i trieoii~uccIovi
Bernic'eneIPasquali, Prinma Donna
Soprano. Metropolitan Opera Cs.
Clarence Whitrhill, Bass, Metro-
politan Opera Csnmpany.
Florence Malfoed, Mezza
neratio Connell, Baritone
Rfed Miler, 'l eor
Sybil Sammois-MacDermid, Soprano
The Chiiral Union, under Professor
Stanley
Ttte Tbeodore Thomas Orchestra,
under Cr. Stock
'Cle saeoreserrved srattinkets Per
tiCeioestialwitlbegintondciuay inoCO-
icc, February so, sO the Univereity
Sclo Mtuiand willt'onitiueip
io adour~iiigttthetival.

41t o ar.- DIaC~rt4SNAR5ENS 41t pe ar.
tm QUIZ 1BOO KS Irn
Arnn Ar-bor' LEGAL MISCi:n LA NY Amers Arbon
Aasno Ar-borS r-a ech, StateSs-set, ttprnosiso Lawne Bldgj
Ooe-half block north of the Caimpiot{216 S. Ingalls}
(-(,l,-< lllt h i i sodGCult hit3h0ta. in.
1300"rd, - $4.00 per wiek
4 weeks irv a dvamvce $3.50
C. Jn SESSIONS

Portrait Studio- 3igEast Flu ron S$reet

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