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March 13, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-03-13

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THE~i MICHIGAN DAILY

SIK'K OR JENI NIOKElZ)P, SN1 11 ' a r rC .t t otDIoSSES PARMACY.
S PR I V PV IO )''1\111' I St tPc regutla r meetintgof the Pre,-
SPECIAL CHOICE ali l tcil l'itl y eening, A. N. Blangee
Lta I~eell j 1(11 [ rda\;tte rlo il o ga 't - ery ttlteatitlg talk tupoti 'Phar-
loeEnineerigbdng- 1 Prof1."1 loom11R11 ace 1. 1A lldMdiine in India." TIhoe
H ot PiP. ngave'',In oune ofthO O In 'Afnoraprofessionsare divided int that country'
thi' years >trttg trip. The porywll 111 01' 111classes,' the old at' native, and(
te X:nn Ptb1)01F'iday tl111101)1t itte ropean.'IThe first named is as old
oretittong 11101sda lrlo'' \p 20Isatiencounitryitself anrd is taugiht0111y
W a lThe first'top will b adenn t. 'II P do a ) pprentieaip.T 'he European sysa-
B ott I CS the tiptinchidPttla1 ber1111' \Wahigtn, and iolt slightly mtodifeed to it is
a) I~ipIin u t i l I Ib I (1 The lila It'll a11J11kEi't KtNT iLE'VER COMED.i
f'ro. Alen rr 1'of. 411lev'1and all omcd 11 ill lbe giveii ity'the girls ill
Q u~a rry 's whoish itto inatitIeltitp c1111111l1 Itif ott V.C. todaly lat 4 o'clock int
Prof Alln ofthe act s son as NasI t (vb I lolill All college girls ate
blt:. he cos of dw trip, I tt'' 111 I tilo I Ihe l ci nof oi ffa~iers for lthe

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A Buying Oppotunit
Enormous Price Reductions
$28 anal $-o Stils 11ow1 $20.50
$28 and $25 Sits 1tot 18.25
$18 atid $2o Sitt>21011' -- 14.75
$15 and $1(tSStts now10- -'- 12.75
$1o attl $12 Sulits ttoo - - 8.75,,y
OVERCOATS
$30 Over coals now-111 - $22.75
$22 attd $25 Ov'ercoats itoax 18.25
S8 attd $20)Overcoats 1no)1 14.75
$t5 an$tti o fOver'coal5ts ow) -11.25
MENS' FURNISHINGS
.ot attti$1.25 Shirts - 80C
$.hI 51 t attall hits I- - $120
$75 attdl$2.tt0 hIatiliattati sh irtts 1.45
$t.;5 antd $2.50 1 itl itti Sh1111> - 1.65
HAT DEPARTMENT-P-All itian ot l jat 11 '\ 0111p
Ktnox 2511; less ltan I ftt I ice.
Reule, Conlin (a Fiege1

Money Loaned
Watesand J) .ewelry repaired.
Bargains iii Watches & Diamonds
Office-it resiece O3t15. Literty St
Ann Arbor.
JOSEdPH C. WATTS
TlE FARMEttRS AND MEIC"JANICS BANKI
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Caitl i$510100) Surplus and Prnits$9t0tJOO
tGenral Baniiiig Biusiniess. 3a rCC 'CCpaid
onime'~ aiid Saings eostits. Safety De-
positBoxetorentCIIat;.,'2.00 and apwards
1) an. KF 'nt re. XW. 1. St nenNo.Vice-ies
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A Generat Banking Business Trnansated

P01 .\lIN11.Si I' C p115f11
1x.prse td by ,'to sno grsC m
in; Oa Own1 11- sn~rtclasusiIt i
aI chtartmittl l"ee''11f 11111iu m oi 111 ldcd o
'1111c lltltittil)) intt Ige c fss o
Prof Ir t nloner. ofat 1;trIL III111.11
lirca. Eater, jeatntt Ott 1 idl I li cc

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halaIill lit) aittc ill, (l'
;tt r Iinltill sit:; i iii
'1. tilticl ttrlil l it lii~btt -' i 1 of
il , stto flItable; o br'Sills icln

NSING~
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'1' . P21'IKI S i 11ill ATi I A[
'11' Ittils it li 0 1 avo 11s0cityof tic
It ' vadevlleP' tunts wiJlNun iven
SN' S 'K Dl-)..\ tu et to ellm firu
l c u ingltummPall aaio110 . S'ete'mii
it C Pite P11. C.iA.11-;JfINeaPIS I.
S: t c, II I 'll1 11al1a111'. W as te ax
Ir Ptt t A71o J. 1
SP" 1111 S1''. NUSC
\il ot 1 f l ownSat1 en s pe
Ctulturesc Iusttc.
?Alit 'll'attr. taietngilr
The itt -11 :'o ill h ite il ac ll
Ct' Ito F lleepr ac ear
a'c ictors.f alraJtery Soe
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OFFI(IF'ItA. Cilas . lli ,wool, flrp i. -

Harimr~tanVice res.: 1. .. 'ritz.Casiiier r l'l'ali i II Ic c e .inlc 11
tIll 'fttt tlc l' -111' illgtIlllIll.

STATE SAVINGS BANK
at Dttlt tICTORSia :
1.W11 Artldl DrI)V. 0.Vaughian
Tas. 1. W>ade R . t"Mills
John10 1t'irer ,Cno. Ko~ch
Prof1.It. P. 'arfili itentry W. Doulast
Chisiani lit rtill Da1+ 11. Zimmeermn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
litPNNARORt,.MIeH.
t. 1). 'aKINNE.. IARRISO Sl 011
i'res. ice-IPres.
Cornrtcmeroaa .1 etna:d
Ssa.virgs
Covt. Mulin..arid Libe'ty Streests

OGfillette Safety Razor
Clean shaving is part of the
college man'1s gospel. It goes with
the exercise and outdoor life---with
good spirits and good health.
Five minustes a day spent with the Gillette
Safety Razor kceeps the face shipshape. The skin 10
soft and clear.
'Tho Gilleitt' Sal 11111 r as a b1112ol11111111112 ro
(_'allegenot. I tIncO ~tnjmilililI 1h'
UiCI' 1, Pt It' 11 I.ao a
The1 )1 II &," Il li T' ,1.1i lld t); ' 'xc t y ke l(:t n
imot t,' l i a'SS td C\o P'i d.A y 1( 1111, 11 1 1 i m
sae f ti and rmo ' ?ai aIean dtipA s.

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lp n . I'ofcs~rl~un~er na1 w
1,1k ltr'ee'l 1a 'xilli 1' >111 1' 1 ''

NV I ave ttstaldicto10vIIou1
ars iato iia fath1er. IIso tlet'
Sil ,r 216 S.SMaiti St.

'a *.cfather
iiell o011u
Jcei era
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P'.PNI S 'it lime 11. 0 I 1'

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~SH IRTS for S PR INCG wear-Newstf-
~different from former seasons-Soft shades of green and
~purple --New stripe effects-A cracker-jack shirt at $1.00
~-others at $1.6a0 and $2.00.
WAGNER &' CO., State St. Sign of the big white shoe.

STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSOCIATION
JOHN HAYS
Saturday, March 27
TAKAHIRA
J 111a pa ese rl ass o t t 1111 St->e

MA Y FESTIVAL
Tickets for sale. SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewele i
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
i-cty Gurto d
W Cal. Re.s .i -iwsi a Sp~aatt
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 NN F'ttlh Ave.
MAKERS AND )ESIGNEI{S
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
ailer's Jewelry store
Large Collection Antiques iil
trass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
.511111'ens.
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICIh

Going to a Reception
ofhilli'" crly ' , \Vhy not hav-' a
ec it' firotimhi.isriy stable take and
'l'hu'e ou Tie'Coot usill be trilling,
alts1 yiiu'llave' thy; pleasuie of arrivhi'
iti styleanard iit-laut thu alighest di.,
icr angowtient ofi yonir dress and hail'.
III lhe thitig right next time. Ort'iet'
th carriag'e firoimihire as if ytou owneud
it.
Fred C, Heillillger
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liIi 1 lomite i3a"6 IHome PftOOntIlI

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