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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPECIAL CHOICE
Hot
Water
Bottles
AT
Quarry's
I
Money Loaned
+ " tl sIn-a 1) t d. LaI Boks
Watcher and Jeweltry repaired.
liargains in Watehes & TDiamnds
O)tliOe a treslien331IE. Liberty St
Ann Arbnar.
Hous: llt 1130a. nn.. l1t 1:an-to
JOSEdPH C. WATTS
THE FrARMER~S AND ME1CHIANICS BANK
MAIN AN) HURON STREETS
CapitaIlt000 Surplustand )Profits $90000
G eera lianknuinea aessn. 3cpercent paid
onTr, ndtin Iteests. SafetyIle-
poi msi)rantiat. .'0andau pwards
K.l(-etI.. raa nt a ,G ~tateViae-Pres
11 b A, a1I~~ltt . r I I V T - r)% .Att t b-
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A Ge nertintinig BusinssaTransacted
I rrimn a. 'Vie lTea. 1.1. brian la-bhier
ST ATE SAVINGS BANK
W..1. lb lit I1no. V aba-ebat
tt . A tnnt 1 Dr. VI . 1.Vaniltan
I 11.I. tiade IE. F. 211i
Iohn tart r It a (itch
Chtristtan a CItn I Danit. ZI anern
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01"ANaN ABnO lR, t
K- 1). INNNIE tl XllytiN itt1,1,1
la-sa Vice-Presa.
C ii. l1bIttNU, la-ier
tC t.ar i tiat I00. c-it aattl ProtaitstX80,00.
Cars~zlnercioi..Iansn
5s.vtrgs
Cor. !Mei.iit n eiboiety Steeato

CANFIELD SPEAKS N I
ON "VERSAILLES"'nt( le
Cercle Francats Lecture 1Tonight wihoe
with Stereopticon View s of the titei
Palace and Grounds hIeil
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A Buyinj otrt
Enormous Pic edcions
$28 anal $0 Sults II I -$20.50
$Eand ld$2y StnitS a ttaa 18.25
$t i atttl$20 Shlt it til 14.75
$15 anal $16 Stnl itiow 12.75
3tlt ttt(1 $1 tSntIIttte$.75
30o Ovelrtoalttoi-t$22.75
$22 andal 2,5 Ovretaittl tin18.25
$ IN andl --'20 O 4rCats i'i,14.75
$15 tnd l$t it (ii er(Iatsa ta' - 11.25
MENS'FUNSNS
$itotattdl $t23 Shirts - 80C
$ I. 511 MalnhatttanSits - $1.20
$1j; 7 an1111 2.t()t abllil ill 1i tsa-1.45
ft.; antt ?. 511Mai ;ii 1 C - 1.5
HAT DEPART M ENT" SJ it i tihiatsa except
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college man'sgo e.
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good spirits ad:ot
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soft and clear.
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\Do you want to get in on the GROU ND FLOOR on
shoes? This is your chance. It will prove a money
saver for you. :See prices in our window.
SPECIAL SALE closing Saturday, March 6
Sign of the big white shoe. WAG N ER & CO.

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STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
J OH N
IT HCELL
NOTED LABOR LEADER
111 11 1 li IAN ttt ADRES tIN
"The Philosophy of Trade Unionism"
8 P. M., Friday, March 12
UNIYERSITY HALL
Single Admission m - - 500
On sale S. L. A. Box Otfice,' Thursday 4.6, Friday 4.6, 7-8.

MAY FESTIVAL
Tickets for sale. SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Going to a Reception
coue ro tislier :abletaead
rturn you. I 'llT e catsts il tii i nh tg.
an utta l h 1iavte I t~h leasunrenf aIriintt
iittl an~ td taitbattittealghl-tila
-an t of yourt dilt slt anaal bait-.
In thle tbitngrig-bc nest Itaw rdc
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Fred C, Heilin ger
lit N. at11

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'. L HPAN, Jeweler~
ALR 'LOCaKS $1.00
ALRM GLCKS $1.50
AAMCLOC0KS $1.75
WTl a Rapc0eTAIags speitt
koesLaundry
IIMSROWE, Prop.
"26 N. Filth Ane.
No I'- iBll hiatt 451
ALISAND DESIGNERS
OCOILLEGE JEWELRY
l~lc'sJewelry Store
216i t1F ItItLbIN 0 RIalar
I v~ Clleto Antiques in
ti N 1 f11Cpperad Chinaware
house'sian
.ltos:ilorence S. Babbitt
YIISILANTI, MIC"I

STUDIO-

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