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March 10, 1909 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifield' s
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclhfiel
& . EAST HURON ST.
GJo to TUTT11LE & C.,. 308 State Gt.
HOT WHEAT or
BUCKWHEAT CAKES
ITH[ FARME[RS AND MECHBANICS BANK(
MAIN AND "IURON STREETS
Capital $50000 Surplus and Profits $90000
General Banking Business. 3 per cent paid
on Timer and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rent oat $2.00 and upwards
Kt. Kasure Pros. W. C. STEOVENS, Vice-Pens
IL. A. 0 ssLIAsrs.. Cas'hiero' F. '0.S'~rssto. r
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol 'ilol:,O 1,000r s 20 .,100
llo'soooo'es 1 ,050000
A Geneal Banking Businessn Transted
OricEurus: Char. hE. iiscock. Pros.; W. D.
Haoriman, Vice Preer.:0. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sherehano
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tus. H. Wade E. iF. Mills
John laaut Jo.to Koch
P'rofHh.Carhari Henry W.Douglas
Christian Mortin lanss'. Zimmrermsa~n
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01 ANN ARORm, MICH.
F-1 1).ls K INN, 11IA O S~t' t E
Ires,. ti-Irss
S. 01. ashier.lON
-Capital. j00,000. 0111111ii' 0111Plofits. , 0000
Ge1111n-AiY~wrial SAin( s Bank
Comnmercia.1 ead
San.virugs
Can.. Me.in. grsd Libety Streets.

Hi.RLBlU.RT 'Ill SPI+i. l:K O
"1l .\(GI.'RlIiE 1' \N'OC'l,lroIF
''.\ios'gorilo' 1' .0tootoc oooo'is1t ot'e
1110 subojt o00lt'e locu:to'obeot'giveno
tis' afternoon at01. 0'1lo10 in Tappan
I-ll ty Alberto iorloort of the Frencho
odepaortmients.Tle ctuoreis oneofoit110
series gires lois yt'arsooodir iothoaspice;
of the Cecit Frsasor.
Mairgueitel'-olhgoole('1011'. 011511
10y thoe101soonames of X'aoiois,. 'leos , 111nd
Na00aore, is oneoft t'e mostlebat'iedlo
wome inFreccohlistoory.L.iv'inogoloto'
s g oil imoportanllt eochloino lrenchio lis-
trbobs (011 llt' y'ears i1492oandi1549.
sheroli 01e00asOa, ost oveifuone051. 1-e
borothr' aor cce01ss01ionohtroemd
heor 11the host oo.'powru oi manll'l ino t
i-o oatO thatoooltimeoter the.noodeath1
01f heoirthubndse a oii'.htoon
aoooo Chislosl\T
loll0', oeil'lg' one10 ofthe ch'lie'f 11011on10010
of 110e0 ht rac osssesl. ier
inersitoll o 'Ienedtooooi1. t'e Reformedot'
otine'oo, foorlt'eoiefo'oder s of whic
s loos he ciforeooge' 'onoldefender.
:Man me)1101lt olotters were 'gathered''it:0
horscosrt. Rbelaiois ws oeof0iitiho
nm0 y'o' swhooom slht'proot'ct'oi. Not1all of
01-hil hais loct spuoblisheo'oives005 l a
11-ical pio'ooi tiloon in Foenoolite'''rat.
ii c lo~toolo' ' serhap''soi herho s'ts
The f ir 'OMarch o'eetig of l t'e slo'
icrdeck '-'club t'sool'.l 0000111 lo's'o'sfter
ooioiss on '''ioe Valuec of oric isol In-'
ve.sigation lto 'nsoIbooginotos''was giveno
oPlrof. Saoller.
Weo 500v0 "old to you'r goal. fathser
an o yo ur f101 atherlO, so let u0s sil 0to3011.
E'stabiihrid'o 8o,58,. Iaile'ss Jewelry
'More. 216 S.'olain So. ccl-if
Wa'oitoers' coIls andt1 ons ;(00anod
;Sc.I s' xcoltoboes. I og's. 3.01 oo
a s inl noc'i ear fi' I il 111 1 bii'oo'
'bob''. Sihsop. \Moins So. Oils
MIi siisinsso ins, .foobs, 11101olons, 1l0
oW andooso exloosioveodesignss.ati llici's
oos'o'ii'cStcore, so16S. "Maiss So. eool-of
log ofl 01111'1thesis andoo weooowilse'' t11a0
t.I is 10ut1mi1 tlme. J~iffe nd'oioiZewadlsi.
000 SouthioStoatoSi. o.4 ocoo

MlIusic aub ]Dram~a
P~erhapisthereoneoor 15010beesnso loosh
solos'igtcs a.1 prodcttionto fci' 'I)Ii
'looso's Cabin"is'' i thoot swiichs \'iiiiooo
IybL illosffer am's emen'stsitlbovers 0a1
whih ac uarg eooohlotoohilltei os
spc o s s te. oossldl ot easilyo hei m-
rierin i l Itcro.o sothi tok pss11110,01101
Geo 'ge i'a'rs pr slo ts isomi', lt'e
Orleans, the Cot~ontsinsul ~ o
rclty a c el s lhot wicho paint010
lo''sn l o cav s w i perm oOiando'he'stoo' I
prpc is iiss Illeep it' o'othe oootooosis
osok iie illcio toolhave lneiver i efo0r 1100010
ingorgoiltoogetheor as in this l ay, 1, ii il''
1',011001ent mi str s ta r, o ff'bors .an
olslslve tos.remakableiegr oo
FR 11S0' ~sN OMEsoc tIoooo Nuo
Afte 01010 i coli f ooso. s c 'ioel l'O.'solo'
Francis i 1011o wilo l avt' seo it' 0h1s
yrcalot 0 0110 i olsoio'.ihin u cs b ooti ('
he O illn, oo''with t'llxctoo ionlist flNlcit
00I10xi ,ir it o ti' liansas Iah.isos' n
1'o niio' hi s fa' ceo whi'ch fooa' l ts
'oooo ca oi runiog owoit' lok'l iee gnth 'i'.it'
or th' ole o f thoil her'o o ffetilshifoot' so
r1 olIlo i) main lildhet' es theil gieiatl s t
osoo-s ool load 'ant og 'oiseeronofill oilOi.
o liii' Ii soot'Ver ol"sso Iicii.'o'l
he irs anssd Ist tOois take place t'th
lrst too imeos 00100ite cos'o'lties h'o is
ri l'soll t illbackwi' s it'' thl'o l ol of il
hmc oat, to tic 1s tie when i cha1r1dli
w ii t cel n ootuieli s'rebpodt ivis ils all
(fus o idlouo s's ititosiI n oii'ie
castof i ch011is u ..\io heo' roi isf0.1.
lotc-~ air. Wiodes. Ioog's.

1909 I S GSUITS 1909
In all, the lattest shades and styles
for th16 :. 1,.on, are now on display.
2011 is count on all Meen's and
Boy's Fall Suits and Overcoats.
50 ofof on some odd Suits and
Overcoats.*
WA - .c - E - DRS S FOOT WEAR
MENand WOMEN

Just01 rive0
soul ho'v(

%v sli 101 s. iiof 0v1000)110s stles iii Poolllip, Slippero
1 0 111ticsIIs-oteil ttiulstoolSoueeLeai hotn

Prie~s $35~3and $4.00
ee ii'idows
F ot eclsoloi st yesl l 0
t'altl-Yrosof CautlotsIsoots
and orId~st in T a'Iis loose
ltsst I C ut 1 iii 1 stliiis.
WALK-OVER SHOE GO,

There is a difference i .'lo'0su510itutto yourmasu',.(dnaeilol(optn oremntiorsadeso'o called oiliio ith
a so Sot ssls'opsolosi l <e toko f 5'st 5.00 The paters theol00li oof ili~ illI
W 1al4'0Y&E O'('., lsipoissq Filots" 5 itr 5~l~v

STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
J OHN
MITH .CELL
NOTED LABOR LEADER
"The Philosophy of Trade Unionism"~
8 P. M., Friday, March 12
UNIVERSITY HALL
Single Admission - - - - 500
_..- c. AXUnO, "an - V;A- ~i 79

Tickets for sale, SCHOOL OF MUSIC

going 'to a Reception
biersidgo larty 0 WXhy not 11a00 a
5'iOill 110000thlis livry stuble lake and
roturn y001. Tho cost owill he trilling.;
sold yoou'lohtvo the plousuore of arriinog'
ioo style atod withoust theslighest sib
aio'langolcoot of youor dr'ess otnd hair.
ho toe thing sight nest time ti araefo eea fyowl nedol
Fred C. Henninger
I1 'tO a lii
lB lll r 139 lomel o uePll

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.J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewelex
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Flby Guasanteed
RBowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
320 N. Fifth Ave.
Newss lsoise 0150 Bell Phlone 4u7.-
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Haler's Jewelry Stoic
210 SOSUTH 1lAIN SiRET
I arge Collection Antiques in
l~rBrass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
b ,or raterity and sorority' hoss r it.
stoudeont denc.
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHI

LSTUDO-"

fay 4-6, Friday 4-6, 7-S.

3t Iiast Ilurou Street

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