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April 02, 1909 - Image 3

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THEMICHIGAN DAILY

Sam:Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Goods
Sam Burjclfid
& Coo EAST HURON ST.
338 .Sag tteaSteet
THlE [AllW, r4'A4I C1ANICS BANK
MAIN ANI) HI[ JON STREEaTS
Capitait $50~,t000tt fastus antd Profitst$90).000
Genert'aatw laa a'ata<; 3pucrtapaid
oTima nd atat psi.: afetytte-
posit Boes iao ,at '0 adup ad
Ri. KFatty, 1las .S,1vvv; ic(Taet
It. A. F.tT S'rt j as A
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ha'ariman, tie re. aM . W. it
STATE SAVINaS BANK
W. tJ. Booth i lt) V t'. S i a d
at. 1 t, d . t I i
Ch stiat tt r'tr' Oani : I ttl ena
FIRST INATIONAL BANK
{.I Na N.\ I i t ttI[

ncl1 111('11. 1Xc w
EARLY tTWSPAPER 11rc ,i tit 111 clc,.
'Y N T T T T7 A T T1

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DUTIES MANIFOLD
President Angell Found Editor=
ship of Providence Journal in
War Period Was Strenuous.
I ivltt r ro t 1oi t, t at Prui i t
AlV l it s eitorotu t he P a iclc
1tcctioltit itit) its i i t ofss rat
1lrit ttilmt tl itilhei cotr ilutedJ til es
\l(>i f r i u ttl i s t h J u n l
:h ilat i se ioik ri vhn h
he" ditrial \\rt~ng \\a l ttottir.
ha 1 . 1 1 1 -I e in d IiscI ut1' i nl
Cit i t v- is r m te lo c ilt'pae

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th u it it~e +t1

I)tl in

wilt i lit
led ltail
tl :tat

li acept I I I t I
ill p tN'- i ioll)tl
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tllitt ' I ulhccl
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Ih tI Ilill)t'l,
tarn I 411:rttic II c
re 1 dCT1t V i t;fe
,1111 tl.c mlr
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17 IIt'PIiS.

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alita dii l
a'< t l,1c1t t i t. 1
1 c Il
1"at allei I ; l
ii, te St
ca Itl ic. t> l
N1'1 1 1,AT ii
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in;, it I:it ttli 0t l
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Clevr, apy Sits for
.: aster
Ia This Store has won ab-
solute leadership in high
class lothing by always
showing the newest, cor-
rect styles, and by giving
a7 always the best value at
a a . aatata the price. This year our
stock excells all previous
t:displays.
a" ~oia~t a 'The Best in the World
~o~heafor the Money."'
211 OS/IAS MtIN TREE
______ ___ F OTWEA

ah ig' 1) 1ld Y ipp l s , a Il
itns NoIa r ha oirII a d ;
iial m-two cliu t fe itialiMi tter
ishllt allepaterI sna o tad o n
an c t "3 w or itrae clt i c ha' l
lila lrsina' all (tti h I l d regi
,ft 111re t at 11111wd t radtti aniim-til
.,cat rt ic11111ro flt flt,
~I i t i ithfulti itt a'at il the fora,
mild wrI ie'a alit ileatoan tt u I huh
a' t1' esn m o tk acit t o tat
Ati this tim e the Joa rnll etas11 <r1four-i
.rsio til prislila a tt ooad1111 il i lt i' Sakiy
it tifoor lDuint he u t ari t he ii ' a'l-
jw wr oc lia the gaiiith in l ia'c fiat
i mptil t a ntiia lit l citihi ofathalt'
!'vsi t iii Nigaiil a '
"Onea'couldti ot11 but catch'Ii itlt 'ood
_ ,,,-ctins fr m ire 'al t ilital atf

/, ti'l'jt' li

Prices

WOMEN
jo/ I'urta 'at.. ~ al 'aiaa
Prices
I$3,50
aTO
y - $6.00

TOa
$6,00a
afr'

Cattal..f

yand Pr talilaa4(,6000

(C, q id1nAlnu tki sli fan
CiCn. M0,ataI at A 1311beraSr'ta

SE rDW
a I ' II a aa tarrr i1 . 'rr rt ( .' l~~l f~t i a 1 i it .al..
WALK='OV E SHOE CO.
AM11 MAX 1ST.

You can tell a tailor made suit ,iI"a< i <> lti I t l t zt,, t
lila iii tall I ttiitaiiii.L iY .lfs.'tl ld it i' ;nd a } it~
andithl iiaataati ala ia ti 1)ia a l ii itila at a l l taitlat a /

4,3A tu HuryI
aylFiestival.
T I" , (, il .I IiI I,,tti o Ir(x l a nt 4a i t n
Scool of Music

' .-
i ty
i
,, a . ' /
" ' l f $ a li 4 o
, 1
:.:

A Carriage On Easter
itillaa saeyourtlifel'sdiries and petrhaps
heaa temptr. Weare pIreardi tto hiret
yit any kind oif a rig yott desirae, either
tilt attendiing churchb or a pleasant ride
itt the country. Charch calls shoutld
lie registered inow. If the prtoverbial
(.asetr shoeret'occurstaur itiltit arlid
~ire to btaesoreliy ttaxedi
Fred C. Heininger
114 NN Slair
BellPhoe1399 Homte Phaeia51)t

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweer,
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
watch Repe.iriN a Speciaslty
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
Newt Pthonel4117 lBeultliiatne a.
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Hailer's Jewelry Store
216 SOUTHIIIAIN STi IEI
Large Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
Fair fratearnity1 anod eisoor Iithu<it a
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICH.a

Souvenir Edition
"Le I~qarbier de "eville"
50 Cace,-Ls
ti ali, T
Wahr's aiid Sheehan's
Bookstores

STUDiO-

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