100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 03, 1911 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1911-05-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

H RMI I IAN DAILY

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Bu'rclifdedl
:: & Co. ::
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewe
Alarm- Clocks 79c
Alarm Clocks $1.00
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fuliy Guaranteed
WaeisRepoAlrtria Spet.;'ia
The Ann Arbor Savings 22-21t
Capitai Stock 0300,000 Surplus $50,000
Resources $2,800,000
A General Banking Business Transaed
orrIEss Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: M. J. Poise. Cashier
mTEFARME!RS AND MILCfAN{CS BANLK
MAIN AND HURON STRHHTS
Capta $50,000 r Surplus and Profits $100,000
Geserai Banking Husiness. 3 per cent paid
us fime sodOSvinsoDieposits.OSfety De-
posit Boxes to rees at,12.00 sod upwards
R. KEMrF, Pros. H. G. PRETTYMIAN, Vice-Pres.
H. A. WILLIAMS,. Cashier P. T. KSTOWE, Asst.
iennan:mecanuaiBajiik
f Cao rrssrclo l a.rid
sau+.vlrags
Coeu. MsI ,arad Llbertv Sttst
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or Atli5 ARBOe, MICHn.
E.I. K.IINNE, HARRISON S(151iE
Pees. Vice-Pros.
$. W. CLARKSON, Cushier.
Capital, 0100,000 Surplus andlirolits , $675000
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital 050,000 Surplus 7,5000
Resources 01,250,000
WI. .. Hooth, Pres. Wms. Arnold, Vide irs's.
C. J. Walz, Cashie

MUSIC AND DRAMA
tsci Nsth" twll acted1, 111and ithlt 1111
that i lvli xacn;te ll ft~
seek t the Majest ic. T a. s"a}i"
ofthe ill is o f Ill ceptio 111 crt
The llo. ott 17hrps1111111 ner, r
iou 01o hrpsts,'. wnamedo
aplas 1sldmacore1t1 amsia
at.ill coo cl{11c~ s ~ae
than mos 111t1 ofits1 harcter ted i

'nd111 g ot00e sto sec that the'y 011
71"11 fallinto illy of the pitfalls of ia staget
career 105as long as 't rganiaion re-
mllsitct'.
T'lle1\ w g pers.o 11101)o11re'just cd1d
tili t.111h to) tiscapetllh c 00000101rusa.
tlXit boter tooere iiintb rofualsw'y4
li~cllccfrthos'vwill ie nown 11$sill'
1l I= ,tlIl rgti hotasoindioth ill ,'oto
AlfredILlHu 1,0a 01111 ofthepio4
ul\:rst died t his 11 uillGan
.111 11t10pra 11111101la",11100101'oittoiooo,
fu 7feral till' 1000h.eld01i .CGrand 011100pis
toa. i.i1ts01110il.is'olo
"JAC L1 FF'1111ito11ii 0' 111 ililooli

1 '

WalkmOverOxod
Spring styles in low shoes are now ready for
your inspection. Tan and Chlck, Button and
Lace, for Men and Women
$3.50 to $5.00
Get fitted by our rule system and notice the
satisfaction of perfect tength and wiudtho.
Wlk-Ovr
Shoe o.

T I I t'll1 O'. II '.11..jl' S
Girl 101 10.1017 Clo, x101 I'ne\ \ ltc Thar il '7111 t
shoulderXdltll r P,>101111 lofl N
Ivll till 110 w00'.of thell 11 '1,111111,

;' S{

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
1a0d foeroin od, all ' f'lfllc holly-s:
1-2:30; 7-8:3115I. r-
ttilmlltll' l 1 5 1701.. 1 1
11110111 11 ll Terr101 ,1111 dlw itc

'b ite
t

:icw idea ill .'comlfoot. NIee 1111111 Drtb
CO1.0 .itlot. t
Nsot in ooe 1110000of jalalll1 51 11 ry 1'
lus.t 10117Ivc 115y uarr01.10.o5t 0 t
lltioell O 'fCc 1110s:0 12 02.' 1 , 1-5
1. 111. 7-8 ht' 01. Mis I. J. i'll 1 1320
?.-Ito Soo'toN., 1.011Nor151h0It . lon-
*.s'iJ. 12 I,(1 31 ,0 t'.

'1e1.
i111isd

'A . . ,1.0. N1-:.5' 111117 001000 1.
('l'lli'1, Siaoya, lot si ocok
s i11 ir tal r0se101111111011 lo'1011

SPRING HItIS;.andCP
CAPCAPS
HATS ' g >)NN4, H T
Get Your NewSp"' ; ui
WADHAMS&COPN
t21-123 South Main Stree

it ca'l

i' ]n 011 1100' 100111 ttl i to'
11 X\Vi'.cmillil 11111 1se' a
toc ll the'cows from pas
Im 1iv he I 11' id111t11a0t 111d-
1 117ir 1 771aid it agr'ictiltur-

It.c' orchestra,01 Rhnti 1'0 50 IJ.
135-171 IEPSDD
sct.1 ;-:ass i ll10.1r1softheciy.
II. Major1' &'-, C . 1,7110 il01101' 0 237.
046 tf.
Speia 111 a11e111o 1 %,-,lliaperC. i1. Ma-
0 is &'Co., 1) iot.71 It e237. 146 if.

llalc '1faor 10.1,al
P . Ii11 11170111&7C . 11.l

!. tf. 1 0

{)

:_' a- ?S s " 'r4? _.,:.-._.

I1st We des'it'. all our clothes and have them made
Why you i t_.H hp
S hould let us2nd We ern'poy only the highest class tailors in
the makting of our clothes.
AP& C) 3rd We import our Woolens direct and ease you
ie small jobber's profit.
WAGNER & CO. State Street Tailors

All Songs Sung by the UNION MINSTRELS
including
Wingee Wangee Wwoo
Written especitally foe this <shoss
CAN BE PROCURED AT
University Music house
Press Building, Maynard St. Across fronm the M jestic.

MY
FESTIVAL
Wednesday, May 10
Thursday, flay 11
Friday, May 12
(Two Concerts)
Saturday, flay 13
(Two Concerts)
AFEW TICKETS LEFT

WE
FrenchDr
Clean
A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
Suits Pressed, 25c
Trousers, t0c
REPAIRING
Fuller & O'Connlor
Tailors. 619 E. Wiliam Sc.

Silver Fork. Sou'cgn irss Today
CHINESE4 RESTARAT
Fancy "Chop Soop" and Amrica
Dishes, Chops and Steaks
at all Hours
TAtLES FOittOSIIS 050 liNOFt9tE
WAI KING L)O
314 B. Statr ISP STAIRS

PJJortrait Studio-

:

319 East Huron Street

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan