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February 17, 1911 - Image 3

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we I ~ ADAILY

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Thi b~S SPace All mat/trin thioumn ust be
Reserved 1-:3;d-8:f . 11
II WANTED

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11i xn,,attirilnr'King:. onprotrr e e
onstitO Thursi/gi 4 (',09 P- ., 5.
'linker; 'Ihe Challenge pf the City, Wed-
nesday, 4:00It. lip., Mlrs. Lt. . Menden-
Ihall: The Chalnlentge of tthe Coontr
Wed/nesdaty, 700s I~.,tt II /ssJtnitBOt-
ell: Ko rea, Tuesd,tt :00 )1 In.,'lItS
K'atharinte King; 'Th e NwInloet intt
Ali ssi tnt,Montday :00 l>. Ill., hiti/tll
A, Le Indt~iat, littest/te.5 p.ttt.,IMrs.
lie. frnh

FOR

Sam Burcilfieki
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAI-LORS
106 E. Hurons St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN,, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75

ittititcd-Studieits'tdesirini g ;tti timtan
FOR RENT.
Iitt' ttl* littwt tt'C itt It ttlil e o tatteB

Nickes: erCttva hittteet, lttt7ICE-hWit-
tiam tttt93-9i E17OtI) EN -tCt VliINI/R lGt,INN hI 1,
__________________________________- SiPEAK FOR ItlC.CI, tOPTIOlN.
Mt SCELLAINEGI'S
Duniter & O'Conntor, Taiors ttttdID'IaittNorieth C.arinattwiittibe the irincpa
eirs, 61o tf, 'aW ieiams St. titsea er ati iitttalclot/iont imass mieetig
1tI1' SOCIF.it C h1V'I ittChI it t ehl etMna ih I h
IN Pt RSOT F/IP Stl'Ct4CENT'11 '. irtt theMitretoittthurch. 'Teetinglii/
etphait ui andCAitt i i/it'hentiwiitlt .Aich n At-Slotegu.w ihi
iti deli/se tNligh pneshet ClnakithinKNttC api gn'tStt iKis
iResoied' thtit he'i nited tat ss uldte itt/Iutthestte
t ie. C/tiltresn te Itbite tiithaett ill eansts e se th ttbases'his plea
enee icetioeai ftt lii iif 'r t'he attlitionhtrtf'-ties/s' t on fas t It
_Id , I.ti/~en ie nt i -ll C i i tt /i'egisa t ''e ttferifouri/ ti/ se

Wal'k-=OverPu~fl P
FOR MEN--The most complete assortment in various styles
and sizes to fit all teet. No slip or gap at the heel,
$4.00 Ihe Popular Price
FOR WOMEN--Fancy Satin Pumtp in While, Pink, Blue and
Gold, Black Suede and dult beaded
A Fine New Line
of Water= Proof
m~oots for men and
Won-en at.
T'HE WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
USi MAIN STREW;~SOUTH
The (ireatest Blarg'ains Eve r iffered ttt Clothting Buyers-
LEvery Man's Suit and(lOtercoti we t3havte is nfow t
Sale Commencing Saturday, e.II1 ad will continue
for the next: ten lays

Fl/y Guantleett
Watoth Rapok.le'intat Specialty
THlE FARMRS ANt'D W(MANiCI BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STRlEETS
CtalI$t0,0001 Surput and Profit$10,tlt
Genteral tatiti tosinss. 3 percent' paid
on Timntdats,avitn"s tepoitstt. Saety Its-
tosit Rnoxes tottentttt 52.n00aaid upwards
11. A. Nt..i AItsh oiter F. T',5'owE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ilesittirie' ,40,000il
A (lenerati BankingBitntessTt'ranacted
Itrtiite: tChts.IE. IHiseconk, Pres.;t W. U.
Haritrimtanitcte Pteen.: Mt. .1. Frilta.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
(aitli $50.000 Surplustt 5,0i/ni
Wit ../ot).Pes'i, Anold.isivPrs
Coex,nmerclm'.1 nad
Coo,.Ms,.ioogad Liber'tynSt,-ats
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN AitOtt, MIen.
E:. I. ItINNEI, itARRiti/Ns/i 1,1
Prst. Vice-Pres.
S. iW. (i'tLAIR'iN, Catshtier.
toap/tot.tii nn0,000 OutiS tttdsPr'it nsfii';5.00

tiecc toi 'C/esev'eitracassti cn
houtt'gissitfliii'e/isiee/itt ofleactilass
Maiy'hetthatgedit thfi/irtst mitsinif
t mtemberlsof the cassei' sr. h
littt'lasses f lliii':
I mingrab Prolem,2:00 Itim. Sit-
urIa, eMr. Chattess Citit/s ; Chtinat,

tor in the /iscitst, andi /was eommencemen'ets't
spac at ertI Michigati. /His ec-
tee ° its ' it of tie e hts/la it giil se'
IiRI'M C/I')AS hihi/iIN
1;CSFI/itI, R.ClNKS.
(Conttinueds/tfromi Page 1.1
p -t e ttie. If this is tttjudtge s'i t
th euialnto ta erei'sresidene'hts
itrill tie retady-ii to t e ti/Itie tsk ofiact/
in; as Captatinlt 1/ iltl's i/i'i'stiitt'all i/is

$30.00 Salts and Overcoats
$28.00 "
$25.00 "
$22.00
$2000'
$1800 "
$15.00
$1200
$10.00

$ 20.00
18.67
16.67
14.617
13.3t4
2.10
10.00
8.00
6.6 7

TROliAti SA~L lii4Oil
$7.00 Trouisers - 5.25
$11.00 " - 4.50
sillsI - 1.75
$41100 1.10
$:3.110 ' - 2.25
All $150 Nekwear -- $1.00
Alli $1.010 'ethoetti - 75c
Oure '0/ in is/It si0iiNeckwear 38c

$1.50) Shirt;.5$1.15 $ 2,110 Shirts $1.511

$1.00 Shirts 75c

Spring Suitings ie biegtoanue
5it0 s5iltim/sand oeits 1ttt0ts~. W lilteShotwing many~exc
1101/IttrIt ri cis taI 0tca not b dlt.s ate r sndowill not heSounii
Wagner & Co. mporing Tailors

Men's Soft and Siffisttats 1-4 Off
WADHAMS&COPN
t21-123 Sottid Mairti Street
('1iti en orn/tit's at desw ee
State State

F'

PHOTO SOP
Corn .cifstate and Liberty
LOOK FOR THE BRIGHTEST LIGHT
Special Price on Post-Card Photos
3J for 25c or 75c per dozen
Satisfaction guaranteed on all sittings
made in evenings
COME UP _AND SEE THE WORK
Open 9to 12 A. M. 1 to 5:30 P. M.
Evenings: Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat., 7 to 10

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jDETROIT UNITED LINES

iii loil'1, i ttis'' iolit
JXIn's, WYomen's,

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Eighteenth Annual
IMAY FESTIVAL

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May 10-13
Four Days-- Five Concerts
Tisefol/wng snonnsto atre adty
beeen igogedt, shitle negotiationsarte
psanditng withiotest otteanoce
iterinice De Pasquali, Prima Donna
Soprano. Metropolita.n Opera Co.
Clai'eiice Whitehill,- Dana, Metro-
polian Opera Coimpan.y
Fliorence Mulford, Meazo
Hloratino Connoell, taritone
Reed Miller, I oor
SybiliSammois-MacDerid, Soprano
The Choral Union, ueder Profesor
Stonley
1he Theodore Thomas Orchestra,
coder 1re. Stock
Theieaoeofi'rtesrvd neat tickets foe
ihs Fsstivattwilt begin Mootaymon
lng, O:Febrtary o, at the Unissrsity
OShool of Miusic. atitwl I oatifltitp
to atndttiduig ttes tival,

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Between Detroit, Amino Arbor .tid 14and CT~ildrns Footwear
--7Jackson lSts i /re s s 5hrs Athleit tiottds
Limited Cars Easi t Bmcud--':2()i. iw, 1'R. Frost, .3(2 SStale St.
.i.Limited Cars West oiimt i .Il. t :,
1:54 p. ittn . 4},ini.,>:]1)p. ini.. - . i AEY-&VT,-UNV
Loeal Care EaastiBounfd f,,tr111-).};
tt.. 45 a .., noti eey l )i ii -i~ lu'.t , / I iii
'Local Cars West Boucd 5tt5 a.i, l; to t. An Arbor, Michigan
at., and eseynsttoourtout/C:1, 1>i.
S T. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
MIN M ajestic 1m11 tlii i 1' 'tic iting oo
G 4.V. STfOiiLL, Propriton-
TiOiN I G H TI 4 Doors From 6t Freddie's"
LAEOR OIS7&Lodes' Hair DresingShamipooing,
Matne ii l acurn, Face Massage
Saturday l lj MJ singt~ ~r
1I1 10OS. Uiveority

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