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February 19, 1911 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1911-02-19

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~L1~MICI{GAN D~c

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchifidkl
00 ..
AnAbrsLeading
1016 EI. Huron St. opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79c-
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
tiuily Guaranteed
Watch Rsucp.lc-la a Spoolalty
TllE FARMER S AND MEICHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREEBTS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,00el
Gecneral Banking iBusiness. 3 percent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit floxes to cent at1200 and upwards
R. KeNfPr. tris. it. g. PRFTTYMAN, Vice-Pres.
i. A. WMIteAMo, Cashier F. T. STOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stuck $300,000 Surpius $iiioo0
Resources $2,800,00
A tenerral Banking Business Transacnted
carricnns: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Htarrimoan, Vice Pren.: M. J. Fritz, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capitol $50,000 Suus 75,0l
tRsourcs' 51 , it tOO
Wot. J1. tooth, Pres. Wms. Arnold, Vice Pres.
C. J1. Woite, Cashier
Corrrmrcia..l scund
Sasvlra~a
Cor. Malne anod Llbrtjr Sta'.att
FIRST NATIONAL BN
OF ANN AeeonR, MICa.
Et. 13. KINNE, HARIRISON SOULE
Pros. Vice-Preis.
S. W. CLAIII(SOiN, Cashtier.
Capital. $100t000 Surplus antd Profits. $05.000

ST1.'t)l-NTS STRIKlt;
SIX HUtNT I 117) (OUT.
(Continued trem Page I.l
guilty acid those who were asleep wvhea
the flag lor eriog was aceoiaitlistetl,
freshtm tan itnI sophomores, every oiii'
tail t leave his or her cottfortabile berd
acid timbleout itto the ntight.
the inst traini;itose whotit dnit'ltwet
to the- office antittelegrsiiphetdfotrsoute:
whlile tlee sore w'aitintg, theteriedllt
fid areonitolaatis iniIiitow,bit there
wst niotte ltlie Itadi. Sothey' tarchteid
ite streeis, fresh acntlsoaili, ladiiantulass
singitig socigs unitil the stilltreturtned.
_Aiutlthe tupplerclassmenv'twsiee httsome
of themithad sweethcearts ini the evirtedl
Itronug, antisottue,--wsellsomce id'ti
feelsery' hervoile io le sleeiig stottdlt
xhile the itndterclassmenie reaptrtotect-
ing ite girls.
So the seniors attdljuntiorstmtlaid
stilemtntly protested toi Presittent Keller
ttat.,titless tie tther stutdentoswere
hroutghithark righoltutwr.,lttey iwtotul go
totti osi"symipathietiic"strike. There
wass "intthitng dinig." Nitt, CGrove City
College taosi apresidletla facuty1).'nd
noi studienits. Nio strike lirestkers lissvi
litn itrecruiiteid here. andtip to iasilair
Itottr last tight, ito eductaiontal capijtl-
iot coutili e fiatnttiwoiis batckitig pres.
Keller's irutly hierictesrtiggle for the
"freedlom of the itresidlent."
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
A'llfmttle)' hi this citittim tludt bi
paid far ini udva-tice. Office fitotrs
I 2 o0;, 7-0:30 P. Mc.
WANTED
I-Vanted-Studentts desiricig a goodvlli
ey-mcakinig proiposiiionc for cexl sic-
tier esall ton 1E. Ssweetlandt, 2tt S. In-
gsalls.go9il
FOR RENT.
930
I'mt Rit- A iplesasacnt suite witchtill
modrntl envi it'ecees at i4,3 Chuch r
btlockevast of ecig. buciling. 9i
MISCELLANEOUS
Fuller & O'Connoor, Tailors acidC0eana
irs, 619} E. Williaois St. I-if.
Martint Guitars are coceded to lie
the bestini the world, romte icn acidivy
theci. Schueherle & Socts, Music
IHouise, iio S. MtainisWeet.
67-tf.
Get ii r foucitaicisects repasiredil (ts
id s tess at Selileetle's, 340 S. Stater.

S it tiviltig cii.A
ing it ciii u ft te0 ii r l'
hi iii lii sciton wl'leh't
still het prs ent "Ii .a 1,mnso
o a ia i i iiand to iiiili]istill .'i it
or a li t' il Its i and .5is .rowl ,)per1
in t en y t o tlt4 i th . 1c:
Itie in r 17 c{ liiil t li
te .It na iturei i 6 tol pila {,(
patianec i n i's m) "my si t ls u f
itis pa ie, sowo kisl) r'I csll
inrst hivth s ilqt w105
fruiti n o isi 1" i wi thls I "crl:))t
'lr h i t is'thel I lil< t '1 i;,

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FOR IN-Ts listcmlt assortmnt In various styles
and izes toe G,.allSeI'-,Nostip or gap at the beel,
530 icPolicar Price
FOR WIMK--'lcnyHtiPup in White, Pink, Blue and
Cole!, _ilac ' et aed dutl beaded
A. Finle New Line
of Water= Proof
moots for Men and
THE ALK-VERBOOT SHOP
II. 1TINSJRETSOUTH

L rm e is 1h1firm
C li u st a on1 1ice ill
ev't csit thei partli i ll
'Th ls iii 11r1la1i1'so
leIaes ll lit hlit:e>
sit '' - K'et-it"
tlitssc'srh101 Ii'
si ll tmofsh-
irt hiis ii~
thsteris iIONK'is

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T.1 1
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x Ice (cutiet. i ts1x lI o icClothing Buyers-
lEvery SI CI's il ,-o (scvsat we have is now at
SacvCca'c'vaStrl 51 ita.11and will continue

ti dic' 1 ii
r i n {lt } cr i ies it

1.1~c
IMII

to [

$30.00wisadJ
$1.00 Sit Z
St h '

:s =i TROUSEt SALE 1-4 OFr
i i' $'.111 Trioasrs - 5.25
Iso 10 " - 4.50
tits $'111d ' - 3.75
II ii $111 " - 3.00)
10 $010 ' _- 2.25
It I Il51711Nieckweacr - $1.00
I 1 1Ali t'171110Netctwier - 7 1t
is' .' e ticre s ott 0cclh .Neckwear 3$c
1 .t lit 1.5 $2.100 Shirts $1.50
Stilt 'as tif 1is 1r4 Off
sy ,. CO.MPANY
1 IAiiaSteet

,Fll(iiv-l 0)(';'I-c 'i'. is
"sl it- '" iltr cansi
Co'urneill Isitici I i 1 , - ~ic
salsh a de t' li i' t ()fs 1n-
ist t'illsway ta't'i 1.\i ill

I Spring :suitings v(,l' t 11111
* s pring soitings and overvotain ;. N'(,, asv I sm trz7,ar
poptular prices that tac otii eliv adiilatercadc 1 1 c 1 i , 1
'Wagner & GO. imporing Toaors

Ftate S tolf

ICI

P H I'O 0 *-Cornr of State and Liberty
LOOK FOR THE BRIGHTEST LIGHT
Special Price on Post card Photos
3 for 25c or 75c per dozen
Saisfaction guaranteed on all sittings
made in evenings4
COME UP AND SEE THE WORK
Open 9to12 A. M. 1lto 5:30 P. M
Evenings: Mon., Wed.,' Fri., Sete, 7 to 10

May F eSti
7Reserv
Seat Tickts-
Sale Dogins
School of Music
Mon., Feb.20

['d. 9c :_Kiz m tl'..lB cs
1 1 ..t54Aii i

CIAP:RLIES" BARBER SHOP
1.ade(r Hston Billiard Parlors
Charlie Weigand, Prop.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SB P
itl,-vtila Waitincgoom
g 19. V. SFOLL, Proprietc. r
z )oors -From 11Freddie's"
hoc Souigflit of the"1J1 Hop
"STROLLING"
dy ,i,, T iLu t
MUSIC STORES
As m rStarve if Plwyed

Portr aitStudko-- 31 : St'ironStreei"

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