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April 23, 1911 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1911-04-23

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burchifield
8! &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 $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Guas-ants-ed
The Ann Arbor Savings flank
Capitol Stotk "300,O00 Suplus $50,000
Recsour'ces $',0,O000
A Cleneral EBankingugine~lass Trasacted
Urricis:sChas. E. tiiscock. tPses.; W. iD.
Htarriman, Vice Preo.: M. .J. Fritz, Cashier
THE FARMERS AND MUHIANICS BANG(
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capils tOal,0 Surplus and Preftltt$iOO,000
General Haeking Business. 3 percpeat paid
us Tire-aed raviegs Dleposits. Safty De-
posit Hoxes to zsees at 52.00 aed upwards
It. KeuP, res. I-s. iiG. PRTte'scs-A., Vice-Psres.
l{1 A. WILLIAMS. Clashier F. T. OSowe, Asst.
(ierman:4merican axiis Bn
Corvmercia. ,a
C Maex, ra .d 1Ltbec.t',r traowt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oi ANNsfARBOR, MICHI.
E. D. KINNEt, tARIttSON SOtLE
Pres. Vice-Fres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital. 11.00000 Surplus andiProfits ,0$5.000
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital 050000 Surplus 75,000
itesoccs 01,250,000
Wnet J. tBooth, Precs. Wmc. A rnodiccis-cs.
C. J. Walt..Cas.hier

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Allmattoin'. th1il.s clu'.iiimust be
(paid for ino advan'ce. Office lhors:
1-2:01;7-8:310 P. "nl.
LOST.
( a ;.e, 130 J. 1 39-401-41
Taskeni M, llistake' rislop 111060. ro'is-
1tr1ar'sifice, hlos'.'. icot marled11
Mas Detr Io-ri'. Leti aoter oa
wthich'.I lohave . \".T. 331'.'.'. 41 I?
Joflo rs'o. 4(17 J. 1319
WANTED
II 0115e1-Enersg'etic sle'.ol lessiing t0(
make16 11111105dsinsg tedo mmerl111sva-
ca5t055 1o biusy loi'.self nost 110fo(r111
islg cr'('1s0a11d(1aler inshadingslsaid s
crew 1 s r convsso ios owitshoeeIst
ans oss''1''t ttrctiohsousoseisosld artile
ever isstr osduised 511111e11rseos'an
vassers attleinisding stheI.. M_.3 ,last
slismitelr dclee 3 sIC too 0is>.oo sr
sloo. Smassl'.ssl sam s'leowigsi ossalsly w'
isounssolsprsoes $1.? o5$,5.01) ascordinsg
Is) Ilt .es i se: sa stvl. ( Lib lsc o es s-
s10111. 1T115i0tor 1110open eeryhereIsoccs
thse Issssosl Statesossr Canoasla. .\dress
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Usiveristy studsolsssssIo sdesire o lp re-

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Posts ,'sslRuss'e..oll froeshs frossthls' 15u-
it'.re'oftill's wstsek'..shill sat Ito'eiM ajstic.
51 1 \and \'~i sois I lcsssississill o
ip anssd soascissg. ITse Tlhrcse'.Yoscarsc,
s oe'. gs'ssistss and Asslf.3 ihaossss
'Iheirs, is in ovel sffecissg calloesI"Veiol-
Thess'programsiIsto' s'sssI cs's Is'. .lasi'
tzss' los, otse s'oleblrated'l srimssIdonsss
m-oilIsectIlhucsat eenioocs Apllso' .\c
u)l sc prisely thes .los's'me's se. gacsve
ryseiolusts befosce P'rs'sisdonssTosft
an Mcs. TosfstsatItse'NossNatosnalo
'Thso ee ill 31 sclsslssss rcentslys n
cr nme swill blshe Iso-1011losc ssss l
lss's'.'sths' Ro'.'' 'ioloo', swee'1011e.
"Asnsie' Laurssie.'"'anssl Sss oseeRisver," Is
Jososy Lisdssi sso to sill-thseomeosly 1
laooitessto theo s'selolrilio'.s )fsocr loss.j
Seao ol'.tIp eI1o I,,troit 0conpe'tpm1110 e
(rds Iedsfro 1hon ssolls or, care {-r(n-
hlis'ros. Goosss tsI- casnessseshadsosat0
$.311, $2'.00ss ssss$2.50. Mnessys iorerssssl

Wal1k-OverOxfords
Spring styles in low shoes are now ready fsr
your inspection. Tan and Black, Button and
[ace, for Men and Wonien
$3.50 to $5.00
(Get fitted by our rule system and notice the
satisfactiosn of perfect leng~th and width.
Walk -Over,
wShoe Co.

parc fsoc thelchnpsicoal sorko of itse U. S.
gscsovenent .sssulsd soie fosclosolosl 1 651 ('N Il)ON SUINDA) D3'ilN N 1(1
'isol 3 s'.Ishissplsss Cisvil So'rvi'c''o Schsoool, Grooleo' rust iss lo'sscs..
sWashionsps, ID. C. Cssss's'es prbads osso I (b0055o llsRoal. Cream osssf Tssoao
lb' os "U. of 51.." 110. '1' osososloso''. C'lery.
123-130-1,-35s6-i1o0-i46 oroil Sadlellrcoeoe, 'Taroar Scse
FO(R RIENT. l(s Ro lssTedelosins of Beesf, Muoshrlsloomll
l'sgs'. ne oscs' I fr' om ' c11 ampusl ', fsusrl Al-se o tt o e s. Sssgoss'PIas .isoCr.'oss
ed o' c Ii''. iSiss . 22(1 Si. 12t1 Sot.' ' ruit Sald
P11'.lss'7012 1. l3s. 139,.1401,\s,' soslsO soIce Cres . Cak
MsISCEI'.IANFOUSApe .S ' es' sosrss Shssssake.
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SPRING HAKTS and LAP
HATS n.< 02 HATS
CCAPS
HATS45 HAMTnoHAT S
Get Your New Spring Suiot
WADHAMS &CO"MPANY
t21-123 Sooth Main Street

A3 highcloss 1(0Ipictrs' tik10n0in50011
.111 iso111 wiill cat'ous 00110nosoreo' a
soolley ocsrv.ice. 'lhe re'sultisi'.betterc.
Gs C. Moocoll'. P101110 473 J. _13610
NIS'lICII,
Thec Clifitoni II osso'at Wohitmoorelk
hsoseecnolelasedbyMo'. andolMrs..Iya
Starko'sul('and o solos'no oond 'r their c llo'lo'
managment ThoeoosI.l' 1 patonagofp'hil Is' sos
slosh biodyis h'. reo'i'o' spect'fu00'~lly solo-
hoel. Irons saddlils,(is, aodsool '11(-
i's's soil lobesorveooila Ii so'e inotboor
os<.sos. loll 111ho sfs ,'s ..

D~innerso7'.(Tensc.
\ls'.soblos keI Isc'hoc's Or s' tra''oo
6:s30-7:0,1
I 1111 s frnt collNege33enTandI
out le soI s iros ofeohot o 'pa s Ou o' teos s
stuto sOA boos firs.. hos'Imyssthsoml
sampleos iso 011110 l s ent o osil aon'
add es 'io111'.or . o s $r. e '. s o rso lays . im-o
o-(_, 1830 F-11.scolbsSot.,Clevcoond, OS.
139)

137-138-131)

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Why you
Should let us
Make your clothes
WAGNER & CO.

I st We design all our clothes and have thorn nade
in our own shop.
2nd We employ only the highest class tailors in
the making of our clothes.
3rd We import our Woolens direct and s ,ye you
the small jobbers profit.
State Street Tailors

All Songs Sung by the UNION MINSTRELS
including
Wingee Wvan1gee Woo
Written especially for this sliow
CAN BE PROCURED AT
Uni'versity MT1usic House
Press Building, Maynard St. Across from theMsjes-tic.

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All Stildeilts
who-csecnacs are siren iin the
Students' Directory owill receive
s00n, a0cpy113'of the
;CLAY FESTIVAL
ANNOUNCEMENT

WE
French Dry
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, 10c
REPAIRING
Fuller & O'Connor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliarn St.

College Laundry
FINE HAND WORK
1 !633J3(0005.11 lii 3St
CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP
Under iiis--on'. Biliard ' m., los
Charlie Weigand, Prop.
CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fancy "Chop Suey"' and American
Dishes, Chops and StraksI
at alt Hours1
TASLEtSFORtLADIES AND GtNTLEMtEN
^WAI KING LOO

Studlents whose names us-nrnot
ho the odirectosry or whose ad-
dresses have been changed may
got the copy intended los- thene
toy calling' at the
School of Music

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