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May 14, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-05-14

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iiEMICHlIGAN blAtt

Sam BurchificId's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfied
Q Co 10O6
&iCo . EAST HURON ST.
TVUTT LE'S
for -Hoit luches
Ice Cream iSodlas BaanaFlops
338 Sousth State Street
THE11 FARMEIRS AND MECUHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREE~TS
Capital $50000 Surplus and Profits$90,0OO
G eneatlBanking Biess. 3 per cent paid
on Time andl Savings DIeposits. Safety De-
post Boxes to erent at $2.00 and upwards
K. E. (eeI's. W. C. Pruss-tes. Vice-Pres
If. A. ttiJA S , ssetasi c F. IT. STOWE. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ca'pitsl I -x'50,000 S urpOclus $ 250.000
A Generaenk sing Business Transasted
UtCess'etu ("Chts. C. ltcct'ttt. lres.; V.. D.
Haimantt. Vice Pres.: Al. J. Felts. Casier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
tWin. Arnold Dtr. V. C. Vaughsan
Tast. IH. Wt e .P i lls11
JohnsssIfaaer .no.Koc
tesf. I. S. Cs luts lleylW. Ilcectas,
Chitits s lart i n stt n I P.s C immser a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ttKINNst'. tlAllllt0N eSt)1li-
Irs-. 'tses--Press.
S.t tW . t-ItH N, uCashisue.
Cpal.l s-,00.eSrplus~1andPoits jd,0
Se .v~niss
Ciii. Masin. ardi Luber-ty Streets

SYRACUSE LOSES
FlIRST GA' lEliE SliE 1Il:S
(Ctiuuctes otsPiee.1
muinsedito suakselsutayef it. 'i ts chtt
the 1IichigesscastinusSteinth irews'swidle
anld allowed Fesuntains a lute outbas,
wisile the 'Wolveriune' sinsatke seas
unsaisle tost lt"Sial'"ut atuth lsteit
bathsers' strikeosut csloitsd1_ thetidaV fit
Michit-uu. flueesste :

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1",t I I sets St. -s-si
list itlsslit sldeliseedi . Cltdir~
Inn. t10lt11 lsonsst -'s 1i , sstti1078 bluets.
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Clever, Snappy Suits for.
y '- This Store has won ab-
solute leadership in high
.class Clothing by always
<{:> showing the newest, cor-
~ir rect styles, and by giving
always the best value at
.1..the price. This ya u
stock excells all previous
displays.
It c "The Best in the World
I for the Money."
Jfi1iuertk
211 SOVTH MAINY STREET

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iitns237l . 1. Majolis 65W& co-t'fli
MO sit's' s andap1osi Mw- an
150 i [c l itus. Mlls. 36' co
We hav ss ioldi tos i-gets, fillies
And t liyour itt1 ii.solet Its sell to you5
".th is A 138. 1iller-s Jcssis'
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iliclii als... . . . 1 1
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;stlen 1itsc-s t 'i ui ts n 4. lis t 1st
us isue Isitce-livn4 I k.I'ts
liiieB1nsiel-e I Sil isis 1
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c:se, it. S'-~issi t u itIv.Stc11
sititleu. 'W id pic -Ilaisissi C
551o. 1 sI11)itrc -I icsitsuitres. lttil.'ttice
(51.11TOlVN (ANOES.
SilldipstaitifussCalw"Caisit' siiossi' is
WII. Tciiltii. (604 S. fistices Sit. 1211
Blseba-lusl isupliet ifii llindi a
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mus scal Coe' dyi. Slit-itmusi'c sit'msit
sale siat scisccriec & Soits'i, sut0 S. lit
str e . 1lit f
Neckwear,'sit si-iss-u livst' fo itse
Clthes Shuop,main Si. Istu

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Fielders' Mitts anV Gloves
Used exclsiviely isy the World's Champions,
alto by ihe Amiericaon Leagule Chamlpions. This
faci alonte is sro01 of ihc esperior-ity of Reach
Bse Balil(Goodsi. Reach Fielders' Mitte and
Glosves he/l the bus/Ifilst- thaa's because of
ihe exira sleeis hollow. Eery Mitt and
(Glove felit tuseanl d.
The Rea , K Guarantee
Thec leach Trade Nlark guarantees perfect U
gos.cSlhould defcts appear,.we wfll replaceir
any article absolutely wfthont coat (except B/ase
.Flsc arnd Sate retaflfngui ndcr $ieoo. )
't I-ReascIs Cfficial Base Ball (Guide fee 1909,
BRAD, ucompe tith lls auinuls , ceschsedules, tables if
as ecu5-s, ecordslit c. 4011 illuctrationss, including
LAes/Cy 1108IWcrlid's S i- h 1c. sst dealers sr by asail.
qV Te1909 Reaschs lase hail (atalogue-FREE
A. I1. EACH CO., 1727 'tulip SI., Philadelphia, Pa.

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PRIVATE LESSONS IN DANCING
Tl I ol o )ni n P i es:1d lt, Its ;t ra C 51u'
(a hebo Itlb aat ie
Ac-ademny Office 312 Maynrusrd St. GRANGES.

We are still making a good many two piece suits in plain and
fancy weaves of Blue Serge C
as well as in Fancy Suitings, a the popular priceQ
All garments ut and made in our own shops.
3WAGNER & CO., Importing Tailors State St.

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Theoa -tll l5imieius
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J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
lit Hurry!1 ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
rerered sat fo theALARM CLUCKS $1.75
Fatly Guatranteed
'estival Watch Rap2%in a Speiatoy
umbercf u selilt sas t t s-ll
Rowe's Lau nd ry
Df Music THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
andl Pt. 326 N. FiftA-s-.
News Flunt 4571 Bell Phosnes5 ,dci
OUR LIVERY SERVICE MAKERS AIDW DESIGNERS
alproaches in attractive eqitnn OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
thsat of a lirst-caw privaste statleis. Ill
variety it far exceeds thatutf any prliatet
establishment. Call on it any tune lust Hal ler's Jewelry Stol C
any sees-isc you require. Outt- dlasi 216 SOF'IB f IAIN STREET
are moderate whlethes- you wailt to
catch us-meet a train, attetd a wedding-
or- funeral, go shopping us- take a srirt' Large Collection Antiques in
four pleassure. Brass, Is-tn, Copper and Chinaware
F-os- fraternsity snd ssoority hostes tnd
Fred C. Heiriinger sitrs~ tutdent dens.
114 . Sate issFlorence S. Babbitt
s-ell Phon~e:13;3 Homute Phsone 1551 YPSLAT, MI ,

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DEUTSCHER
DR. W. E
WILL LKCTVRE
"GCerman S'oc

VYE REIN5
ILY 17
%(GELL HALL,
I1 are Invited.

8:000 P. M
MONDAY, MA

SARAH CASWELU AP

Adi-fsssion Free.

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STUDIO-

319 lEast Huron

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