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meo THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

TMhi6sSpace
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclified
&. Co. .
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 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
Vrully Guas-seeed
Watch Rep els'lso5 a Specalty
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stocek t'30000 OoSurpus $50,000
Riesourcer$2,S00,000
A Oenesral Banking Busainessn Transacted
eOrricns: Chars. IE. Hiscock, Pres.; W. Do.
Hiarrisman, Vice Prs i. M. J.iritz. Cashier
THE FARMERIS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HlURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,000
ieaerai tBankinag lBusiness. 3 per'cent paid
ou Tisaisand iaelus ep~sits. Safety De-
posit Bunes tuoaentat ut$5.00 and upwards
11. KMIPesa, Pae. 11. (G. Pasr siMna, Vice-Pre.
U. A. W5VsLA. Cas h lier F. T. STOWn. As t.

lta li CliiI CP'N'TIS'CTARGE-T.
'Tie Michigan Rifle chlts shot about
163;, Friday right Iso its trials ino the
inoo~r iter-collegiate chamaupionship.
The =targets w ere at onice senit to W~ash-
inagton were the official scorerPs iwill
ass sat themt. Their mark should place
the cluthuhotat tenthl.
J!o0 eAr. NNilsi, '."i
'Twenity-live nion imet last .1 the.
trophy rooms of \Wateran yr at oCtheua
anual stprinig footbllt mieetinrg. Plaits
wire discuassed foir the pretimainaary prac-
tice ad the eork lair the evariotts teii
lir the reel of tire sparingot sals oitlined.
The a rk l wiill lbe cosnfined t otainting
al passigthe Iball.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
All matoterine ltaoi colm ula stlbe
paid fur iin advtansce. Office houars:
1-2:30; 7-8:30 p. era.
FOR SALE
friar Sale -A lavprialestice estalishaeda
faorteent searsairdatlair lirary. fGrow-i
igcity of Sioooror rtlierariniaaesoata.
Owne i r in pliise heralth. Adalrecs loxi
53, Cirratat, Moinnaesoar. 1~-iD
FOR RENT.
f'r Keint-Furnishred aprraenats fare
siuimmer. Call it3Lr5t. tf
LOST.
fIi e i-lorand nrae-traitIlarfoatsteel erd,
ar ian iraat rapaids ini tire Huronr. Findes
heakraot thisafficeefarrear d rs. a5
frilcst-Thuirsdayr, agout signetcturff lirt:
c irae aithiiair iold Eiitlih"S'"
Firder indrly -teleponae 1477-J aorre
turnat( ar l Nsioe al'ee tpo opa
MISCELLANEOUS

SVDRLI~tS 220 Ti1MEX
IS TI P"D BY CRA1G.
I Ccsnioued rin agPae t
second;al Saterue, thirt : Rk, fourrith.
i stace, 2t feat, as inces.
440-Yrd lishi-Graimbtle,.frs; el m
raer, seaonr;raleming, ithirdi. 'fime, 5a
2-5 secondset.
secn s ;art DGasy ansalirtoni, tiedt o
third. Height, air lint, 6(anareas.
220-a ea arn iihrritis -Grels f- s
Ililafaeseond;t itorere,tiird. Timae 2;
Sar-a .ar-a rn-Ihtait, iiit; rete, sc-
r ia'l, thirdi. imea, 2 msines, 2
2- il ra - lIan t ran fiat; M,
altar IIinsecond;laisti ar-rirdot.
220 Cle atsli -1I. Craig, rlust: Ress,
secod rBndtird ier. Fi', 2 iI t- ee-
aiis. I(Ties tire airr tilerecorea.)
C rea aorc ilas e ' , t a h aima
Slncat t ariataia . SMarlae raishe s.
Rast rturkeynra apetan, Jel. aar
e,. ICareca ll[ce
Preiiererears.
Asp ar aguseiltstre. rcate-.
Strain rerrrarCarrea. Asesored-ak -ie
\tatla- iretRhublarb plir.
treat tea. C('artier.
hitrtps.

.Spri : yles inii
your, ira1' recgion.
Lace, . a Mets and
Glet fitted byrtr
satisfactionrilp'

________________________________________ I inrae, SaadalsStar 7, lfermratoia8 Pi. air
Bate's orchestra, Plastic1030 J. ire" ' Iscr rcahestea ferim6:3s tar
133-171 E 0 D07:30; 7, relate,

ea~mrnn~marsarnn~aaans~s Dacitnerg floor esax, rll slur' packroges,
CermanC.It. Major & Co. Both phtonies 237.
Commrxerolaul aund 146 tf.
a .v~rio~
Coo'. MAu a*nd Liberty Str~sots SWe set ,..so rar all parts of the city.
C. fl.Motor & Co. Both phasaes 237.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 046 if,
CF ANN AnBOn, MtIH.
C. i. iONNC ll~ttataii Ora~iC Spreciral sale arinceallipaiper, C. It Ma-
Pees. Vice-P're'. aI- & Co., both phiones 237. T46 tI.
. . OLCiARO~N, Cashiter. _____
Capital, $00,000 cSorlus adro fitse65.r0ar a QUARRY DRUG CO. are sates agents
2 a GlI BERTS I 11011 GRADE Chorc-
STATE SAVINGS BANK (atle.6oc. arid loe. per ie itf
Capitalat$50.000150 sureplus 75,000 I -________
ita'siiraa-'1250,000 Yourmaneprescritionas wilt receeiee espe-
Wi. . oohPrs.Wm AnodVie re. rcat caree at QUARRY'S DRUG
C. J. 3 li i alee. Cas'erAartii'ares. e'1'()11itf

Sill"P.sAID WIII. 511 0' a. as-a- 51 rasarras.
'iTrhe. uatio iaritcluiasill holdatits last
Mieetinagol tire yr-or \taarrlay esiirig, iii
'a'm 1~ C0 'Tapan a al,rot 7 retracts.
Foalowiintgthec electioni a o flfirers lore
rextyear, lDr. Shreparda, of tiretossycharter
go drte' etr, asill addarees liar'rare-r
DATE"; Or.cRtFXIJ TarT-ARi: as ire sNCtai
'Thre art exhibrit at aXerioriat trll wilt
tar-riaerr tar-tireptaiu aa'lc iiThusday ald
triar toaf thits seek rr ran '( i ondt-ay,
N~erlresrta and-riaFIridt- a ir-s netas ails,
accrdaing ttin-thereisionarof the' Art Cie
srrirotiarrn, liTuesdiVayno tis weak rare
reena rses eatedtar me rs aoftire is-
rirarra.)Il

SPRINGh
CAPS
HAT
Gei cts.'
W12 1-1

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

All Songs Sung

by the UNION MINSTRELS
including

Wingee Wangee Woo
Written especlilly for this soow
CAN BE PROCURED AT
University Music House
Press Building, Maynard St. Across from the Majestic.

r

MAY
FESTIVA
Wednesday, May
Thursday, flay 1
Friday, May 12
(Two Concerts)
.Saturday, flay 1.
(Two' Concerts)
A FEW TICKETS LI

I1st We des °s7 all our clothes andth-icc
in oLT own shop.
2nd We employ only the highest c:,n
the making of our clothes.
3rd We import our Woolens direct::-
the small jobber's protit.
State Street Tailor-
WE
~LFrench
10 A Suit or Overcoat, 75c
1 Soils Pressed, 25c
Trousers, l0c
REPAIRING
-Fuller & O'0onner.
'EFT Tailors. 619 E. Wiliamaa Se

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