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April 09, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-04-09

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchficld's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burdilfied
& C. EAST HURON ST.
TUTTLE' S
fuoe lHst Lunches
Ice Crea Sodas Basnna Fiops
338 Souzth State Street
THEl FARMERS AND MECHANICS DANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capitl $50,000 Surplus and Profits $90.S0
Gieneal lBacking lBusiness. 3peeceust paid
on Tlime and Savicgs Dieposits. Safety De-
posit Boes to rent at $2.00 and upwards
iR. (seer, tees. W. 5C. OeST'ess. Vice-Pres
If. A. ii tt o. Cashier 1F. T. Sesuwe. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
C<apsital sto] :)0,00 cSurplus 250iu.00.0
i ucues 1.,2,600,00
A Gienerai Banking Business Trasacted
srcitrses Chas. 1E. Hiscocik. Pees.; W. D.
Harrimcac, Vice les.: l1. J. Iteitz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.. Boothcii Jno. V. Sheehan.
IWts. Arnold lie. V. C. Vaughan
Ias. ii. Wadei 14'. .. M!ils
PohnI uaae .1cc. Koch
Prof. HI. S.Carhsart HlenryW. Douglas
Christian M~artin Dan l+' Z immuo es
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(is A\NN AROR, MICH.
KIi. i INN I,. IIARlIOiN'S(51'isA
lees. V iec-Pres.
S. \V.( 1l.A P K solN, ltsisI er.
Capital. 100,000. Surplus anud Profits, $0,0000.
I1Si- alef invH s Bank
Coerximvercia.1 a..r.d
S .vings
Covs. Mal.m aend Liberty Streets~

f ;NIt)INC)_Il] I NTIOiNS lO

oflicers cf she *Nlilchiss (cn U ion 2
cnuii ea5r have esnc usdus.
election, tchiiel1 its d vic d oful all1) is
"till lie ieldlMas s 29.
NValle NT.MNerVitt, iiisiiliiio
MNichiganUsn.uions his i suits lul
us elnhst oflsithe usIloillnil hlsig ')il
'i s hefolusswing isicilb lcil
,T c al acrae wth siVofthecositton 5 wt
cosnt of thei boll Ills rccti
Ieeh apflii litil I lan ce .ii otI
lltlussi A. 'MacdNI ldssis isis
Watiss sonG.I lrlilsi anll ii l y
a'i Nom ite t n matels us Losfss u f1s icers
I.iiilt s ofis tsels heu rd i ofdirect 1 2
CeMiciga no frtlyartI.It;hlelIbeithe driayiofitiusc
si is e b te lls ilis Nii
iscetforanyorill oftIlls wc t
iid . t ilinuas i s t ftesr
tar and byliii osinglantellisis sin ,

I"

t 5

Di N CIlIIROGR2AMS.
1 b111 tlc i clli--thills riglht' kinsd-
isi 151)c isi~apl ucuisured. .N\e carry
us usl ie ssf fraternsity dietslid
AtJslliffe & . ecaski, S. Stole
rect. 1-eod
\iri'id i l 34 Sioull S thatt Si.,
iiic, laus inite istletusbuytat
55 ba-ills anshi ldss.
ofil--((l ire. sactoury smasde, soc
il m i~ ep. 1. make up sall j
ui 'I2 i tam lwok a s i ll111
ii NV CIIl'S .NXI) l'C 1- 11_S.
c lc sl i all 1boundtiu l siluutes if
<I5s > 31111sch .I, ure osing at
l"hI i-ice.isAu N ksi t ci rlkse x-
Itd ~ I' NtI-i i.llss. 120-122
ll Iihc iii St. 33i1
'1'111_SIS NVR2K.
Ii ii I. is isf rtyhplls rtingi t o i
.o5' N2, N . Saiitits BIlc lt oclik.
II'~~,tc t' ii i\\ I ,, at lowetsi t.pices~,
I I('v n ~ NNi IW. 1.Smsithl, lReal
set Itl l. rn , 32-40
(:cuttI~u itehac us-irceivedl
, cr )ad. he uest s es alld lut-
ll I ir i, ry l u siothunave
s1e Fo l 's oils a sigl
ir. l h t.arc hos th tswu ld -cot
M il lii t lt o lsstorsis75lCo
.)o 1rI suit Nuls curly selecltin 1i
:IIa l. P - i l, Suie tsoShre, 5551'
N\ l '.1 tiilStc d-it I
us 1 I i sill'cm-s hos e pa'i~iredl
r Iplii d i, htiii, ihtave iiutsm repaireds
t 'l r ik l '>1 Show Situ NN. W esall suits
: \I . I fuiti)on 53.1 Octl 23-47'
()]I,'lTiiN X I'NOF'S.
I , lm- 'st ''Vfor ii"Can 'e sslitlou t o I
Il1. ii ii) it. ollS. 'IM ies' ,ii 21

Clever, Snappy Suits for
. :'::.... This Store has won ab-
:~solute leadership in high
class Clothing by always
:~showing the newest, cor-
_.,. . rect styles, and by giving
always the best- value at
. > the price. This year our
stock exce'us all previous
displays.

"The Best in the World
for the Money.",

e~rjr, 9..
211 SOUTH MAI1N STREET Ir

N CIIA IL :I 311:11 :1
ATi Nsisis iii ii1C it t ii sit p\
ten silll i th'iloftslull Y k _'r
cnsussof Sc'ientc in htciy- ad
us sue chui ii lste Nultial ,- w i
ofi itill1i 1t ., andusiu IC'e"C)- 4'Iti
Isistn su T oday- rof. arshI n ciii
ispe oi n st "NI 1 l lt ynii hn
for thceiol A a e y l(
papr it"I lit NActinlOf AdNtis i lits
the Pancr's'i"s wr ite us 1. "<d
\\tlts is titus llc at l ) ril<
us tiisi'ofitheI Acad my'oNi P thltlis
a d B ce ilo istsi n It0usI
N ' sel sit still rad apus (i
IPathlolgical 'Stastus of Iusis I Is
It stllill llo t trni os:Ni In \ l it
a. e ac atsu iosit.
XNeckwear',, 1suierc-, "lust fu
isri tl i a l il silt ii ill
Cilt e Slusuis. NIini Si. 1i
Cloinii Ou sti l e of pci p si t a 1) Ii<'-
lti l atis 11ii I s t Ii iii' SI us I120
liberty Si. 2tu
Smtilishicr s ts f me nsit i at
Is it> Chess Shiotis, Ittill St. t

WALK-OVER SPRING FOOTWEAR
MEN (Af WMEN
'IAIM PUO'lnlosissiu Is. /I~cIlsic' ")y/s (oit,.e ' rtii l 'ti e Ir''4
Prices ,'Prices
$3,50 N N$3,50
TO TO
$6,00 . - $6.00
SEE WINDOWS
JFori('iil1ii stilll s i 11) s i -i I 1ulr r
WALK=OVER~ SHOE CO.
115 MAIN lmST.

I

ii tie" -none t'lteiirsmade--
Is t .Mecii n~li's Clothles
I k its Si. IStfi
ILC III>l ;'S lBeforc leainsg siu
it's's us Isi ise tako 1e' osolue
, i lulrls s iir NI icli aisl iTo lie liad
,cldiii N &Suits, si tOS. NMaiss SI.
a I s Iliiis'' (silson e leter usustle)
Talc i 55e'lsltcs Sluoss. uMsin
88t1

QUI t ocet l as asep scufte s nducsitc-
h ac -,t -"r lu'-"dchcsecsi 1tt i issisesIo ss isiesli lis allrd-m me t ac t se sis'cst t so '
WAGINEJ2 &lCO., Se Stiret

You Must Hurry!
li'pyou at ais od si u s ea i rs it
May Festival
Thor4 u.a est il slutitsitdi um rou feucel ilet sts ssfIsi
School of Music
MaynarduSt,

t !

i
r
a
1 e
1

A Carriage On Easter
still seve your soulsdtroestud pethasut
heur temper. We cue prre ed t c hirlit
yea any kind of a rig yost deests-, cuite
lee attending churcs or a plesantVrile
in the countr. Chutrch calls shuld i
he registered see'. If thetus-sueciial
Eastler chewer occusoisuerfaciltiesicre
stee to be sorely taede.
Fred C. Heininger
114 N.iStat.
Bl uPhoel39uoumeI's li PhsSone us

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Folly Ghuransteed
Watuch RepeuuajisgaSpeaialty
Iowe's Laundry
THIOMAS ROWE, Prop.
3526 N. Fifth Ave.
New Phont 457 Bell Phase 457iL
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
Hailer's. Jewelry Store
216 SOUTHi nAIN STREET
Large Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iroa,.Copper and.- Chinaware
"sior Iratotoity and sorority hooses antd
stdent dens.
Addrices
Miss Florence S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHI.

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