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THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY

LAUR'NCC MAXWELL SPEAKS
TO LAWS ON LEGAL ETHICS.
T1~s S ace Ilegait iis"wa the subject of the
R e er ed adtdress (tellverect by IHon. Laswrencec
Re e v d MaxwsellI 74, formerly Unietates
solicitsor generat, before the lase studntis
FOR s esterutas '1Tlis is the first of a series
of lectures to lie delisere b iilin ut. 1I1is
ld oherlecturesaill eiconsidertheieltio
Sam Rur h fiVf (" (ifth laswyier to the couret, his clets,
J Si L anIiitthe plblec.
9: & Co.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Alt mailer in this columin must be
paid for in advance. fOff ice hours:
1-2:30;,7-S:30 p. 111.
Ann Arbor's Leading - WANTED
T Av...ILO R~1~S ItVantied-hSichigai studienits iwhoiiare
wsori-ng their way through college, io
earn $1o to $12 tier clay duingeglb
summier ithe state ofi isictisgais Eu-
106 lE.lHuron St. opp. CourtlMouse Fir infiormationi see Miiicsll=N DARii.
_________________________16IS-If4

PE'IN GREEFT SCIIEIIILED '1TrO
PLAY IIERE IN JUNE-z

The Ic ii greet wiodltandi players wilt
preen lire Shakspeariain plays aiid
Golsmsiithi's couiedyc Stir Sisosits to Ccii-
tiler," onifthe ifternioonis iincleveninigs of
.full('27 sit28. Ainiiirovcisedt:stage
ill h te erecltimmiediately inort'h of
Tpahal theiout-dososr theatereni-
crledIx acanviias eiirtaiiiore r sixfeet
highisothcat niises andiither11 distraitt
ininflunues wiittetieuicedito10a mii-
mum s lii it-wat Sh uispiaritlais
wvill ti c i' tlisasinit liienifulleyidccidedi
the folitowinug favourites will setblily 1*
prcescet : "As Yoiiikse It," 'CA\Win-
ter's 'Pale," asiieiterub " Ytditiiiu -
iiight 's Dr eaim" ice "The Ti isslist,
Tlhii refoiriiisiice s will occuir it such
imeithai st Ccsiiuiuic c-ei it funictios w ill
not bic interfCeet)iwith, anid, althttiuugt
theyi are pimaiisrily givein fori the friendus
andi relsatisvie stfgrauteiis ciidivisitinig
aiumiiiuiacll are wielcomiie.
cc uproceedis ters itdfi'omiithe cse-
ries wiilbeuedictoIieiiliege thei dramat-'
isc lirar of the univerityii, wischitiis ';.-
11111 NhtFYI '( f1171ITTEE
IWiSEIR~,KI IG,-f; 'hE CCIFIELS.
'CeIre buyitdaysc at lthe office cif
the apointmeniuiucut commuuittee'. Suiperini-
irdnsiprtincpals memeiis'sof bioaiids
5 s dsicsti iii aidsthller dirictos o(f
ot uitrls ii srecomiiiiig i dilint
eeicrieasinigiiiiibe1s in iseacsiost r-

S pring
Bags
Suit
Cases
Spring
Pants

The Master Suit
Society Brand Clothes
Fr yougmeaandimen whostay aoung
Thlum a.5 ' m- ic spa i mii'iiu oifiitie i' 'i
tilingan giotidi i u'siitics.[tcis'cut: loiwiv
proveshisfot ha e1e 4olll.d- tie

Spring
Shirns
Hats
Caps
Trunks
Bags
Suit
Cases,
and
Spring
Pants

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J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
Alarm Clocks 79e
Alarm Clocks $1.0,
Alarm Clocks $1.50
Alarm Clocks $1.75
Fully Guarantceed
Watch Repealrlrsag a Specialty
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Slunk $a00,00m Surpluss$5a,000
Resources $2,300,000
A tisnerat Banking Business Trasnacteid
cirricescChas. E. Hisusek, Pres.; W. ID-
Hiarriman, Vice Pres.:s M. 3. Frltz, Cashier
IllE FARMERS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STRIETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Prntts$0,ttl
General Blank~ing Business. 3 percent paid
an Tan and Savings lDeposits. Safety De-
positBnae to geat atS2lt and upwards
it. (Emp, Pres. H. G. PREnTTYMAN, icie-Pres.
1. A. WIcmLiAuu, tCashier IF. T. SrOWn. Au 1
cjgman meicn SMin s Bak
Commnercae*Jagrid
Cass. Ma~lnsaend Libety Streets
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBiOR, MICH.
F. 1). KINNE, HIARRiISON SOULEf
PrensVicer-Pres.
S. W. (ILALLESON, Cashier.
Capital. $100,00n Surplus uniiPrnfltu ,$65.n0n
STATE SAVINGS BANK
C'apitalt$5,n00 Surplus 75,000
Resousrues $1,25,00
Wru:.T.BoaotPres. Win. Arnold, VicecPres.
C. J. Watz, Cashier

mirc'i'liiguiltsalary, Ili1 ciDeri. Ecu-
itiire Roomiis 302-lob UirsitEcationial
lcuists Builinig, Pt'toe Si') J. T62hi
LOST.
holst-Oin camuilts, a huiiibockC ining
chiek51an1disswic-'s carsi-. Calii f66f
FOR SALD,
Cci,o 'Sle-Modern'ci c8-roiom ictge, il
icaegevisat hiouse' altlicirl neisl best:i

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Os

3ASpecialPocket

Wl. Ibuuum I sri, RhI. o. Ku - Anniii t-e-ille hiiindres-staidit ii iity-liiieiiofiteliii i-
liii' Michi. 62 anduit)ibcrs of tieis'' ging cla etss hiase 'alreaiy
MISCELLANEOUCS eenplate i1satiisifactory pos1tions, ciii
_____________________________________ demandss-iis efori'imore iareiontinuallitetinig
QUARRY DRUG CO. are sates ageints iscmade. '11he ceccise sai es fir wis's
for GILBERTS HIGH) GRADE Chine tci cisige i i'ifiim sixc ii iiiiito ix
olates.hot. aiid foe, tier ib. ifhundred and'ItNiidcliars-foriithiose, itii
CH-IROPODY _ Io sxpeice. wh'iiilsieven.1 -oriiei"hti tiii
Coriis, hbiiiions, ingrowingnit's, itreat- l1icima b.Otaiedbyho~ttise iithi ix-
ccl aiichcured. Eirythiing iabsolfntely ' teiem
aniiiseptiie. OCiceehouiii: -12 a. m, 15 1 lTheimni areii a nd iiisiig somleuwhiat
P. . 7-8 p' m. Miss E'. J. Foltey, 921 nigheris-c lariiesiithousandi doillar tposi-
I,' 1Hturoii St., Endt North 1thb. Phonsie isis he iirs;hulsieiiueluii tScieiice indi
9In 355 ci' C iiilit itics liniithi us ilhityto idiireit
Your tprescripinusswill receiveespe-ci'ieti -iliicui
cii care at QUARRY'S DRUG; the iiiiii I isis ul uieacr eliaisieih.
STORK. if
DR. WARTHis ut ,; 'D TOc P-11'uu181'As lAG'S.
NOTICE I Dr.iA.C.$N a\ i iofi the miii lde
It lace yosisei 'sil? Thuos'iii' group i ts'ii, whaolii cii. ins 1lhi's A. It. she-
pitiiureis if TiltE SRIOR fLAWI C ClASS t rccitcthei ii scrc sitito 1 Indianaic, hias
ct SchmuiidtancIiiIotutuis, h6so i?. 1 iiisct.Ii rc 'iccn ii Iben ,uuoreity I an i~ltiu
Luts oh goodl Stuff fromiiithis'T'lg''o i iii iy binug eleciedstoiiPhi hicci Kciti
Wa cr anud lush Bacll Coiite'st. 1liii3 <.tis

Folding
Kodak $65.00
NTo one ever saw a moeur'pe'rfct'
hanmd eait-nierathun Chis.Zis
Lens, Compoulnd Shautter, alt thin
adjulstmen~fts, amndpel-fec iinish.
W luso offeruothier Koudaiks
niakingr post eard sire piiitui'is
at
$2500, $20.00, $1200
and $10.00
LET US SHOW YOU
E. E. Calkinis, Druggist
324 S. State St.

Detroit United Lines
Oniiiiuiurnuntiuun to Dihision Superhn-
tendienut Alien, Ytpsilatnti, oh the hietrol-
'Uited'ii neii s Cu' ohicers of VCarsity or-
2aizi'atiuins, tCiii' ululemnt, beyond
Chueetapaeity iof thie regn u ur servhce, of
sily g'roupofitstudnutsito or' fromo Ann
'Crbori extra cars and extra service
will be promptly supplied.
Mexican : Indian: Blankets
TH ' i lfouir uuC0l'uiii','t,,ini, Ien
.5uie ur r Slush' t: iui 5l ii;'for 'anoe~s, hus
Coeis Covue ' ti'sif s anmWamul 'il )u'u'uratuens
GORmEtOUS C1.0R EFFECT1 lEAtIItEL DESIGNS!
iian 'i-madeiy nauresu; llnewool, fastcoloirs
Tl-c Mnst Acceptlame Holliday Dill!
suSELL TmiurI-Asuuuu'iu inigrouiil Coiain
Crtii' iiiBue~ul. 1,ccnGree, i ete, 1Ilicu
71t. Btn. x 3tt. 14nt.- --.......$53.00
bit. Bin. x Sit. 41e.- --........4.00
' 5t. 4in, x 21t. Ste.- --........3.00
Salt o i i rev fonecofteachize)10.00
Om le? rl',iui. ;ioney ck ilif yuWanstfIt
jMEXICAN BLANKET CO.
I Aguasclietes. Mexico

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CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOPT AT TUIh TLE & CO.
timmicr Huston's Imlul t' imtrlors iLU'..iNCH ROOMI~~V1
Charlie Weigand, Prop. Yucnfn ielieo ofciac

C R SHT STT'i-TT'RI MAltlu dhtmeieent shiades
i',j"CAS J J.INajt11VVuseim i s thi-s eso
I 'rwo phece suimt
WAGNER & CO., State Street $25.00

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Photo'Shop
Corner of State and Liberty
LOOK FOR THE (BRIGHTEST LIGHT
Special Price on Post-Card Photos
3 for 255 or 75c per dozen
Satisfaotion guaranteed on all sittings
made in evenings
COME UP AND SEE THE WORK
Open 9 to 12 A. M._ 1 to 5:307P. M.
Evenings: Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat., 7 to 10

Brand
2 for 25c
Best Made-Merit in 'every Thread
WACNER & CO.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
OIpposleiiteetrie Waiting Rom
Gwo. V. 5TOIL, Proprietor
limeos from,. Freddie's"

Eagravd-alingCards
To enclose he your'
Commencement I nvitations
Plate and 100 cards $1.00--$3.00
LANE & FUELBER
310 S. Stats St.,.ustairs
M A J S T 'pIt
MATINEE TODAY
Tonight Last Night
of the Season

TOM LOVELL
is your
FRIEND
He wants your old
Shoes
PHONE 205 BLUE
At Aty Time and He Will Call
CHINESE RESTAURANT
Fancy "Chap Suey" and American
Dishes, Chaps and Steaks
at all Hears
TtBLES FOR LADIES AND GIENTLEMEN
WAI KING LOO
314 S. Stale UP STAIRS

Portrait Studio-

I7"'°'-

39East Huron Street'

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