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May 18, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-05-18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __________________

Shave Thyself
Gillette Safety t
New Process Blades '
AT
Quarry's
Money Loaned
On Watchesiaonsids, taw Books,
or other personl ooperty.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargaino in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Horas s: t 13ea. In..IIto 4:30 and?7 to
9p~. so.
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE FARM[RS AND ME[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREE3TS
Capital $50,000 Surplas and Prfits $90000
General ttanhinc tBosiness. 3ncr cent paid
on Tame and Savngs Deposits. Safety De-
positsBoes to rent at 52.30 and upwards
R. Krr, Prens. W. C..STEENss, Vice-Pres
Hi. A. Wsst.sosM. iCasieri Fi. T. Scene., Asst.
Tihe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital iStock $i,000tiliSoepic-."?;.0,00
tic-esV,600,000it
A Gnene ako BanngBusnsTranaced
DemaCaES: Chas. E. iliscoch. tins.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.:ilt. J. Pritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehane
Wn. Arnoid Dr. V. C. V augh an
Tas. B. Wade 1". P. 1Iiiia
John HaurereJno. iKoch
Prof. B. S ahart tenry W. Doilias
Christian Martin Dan P.Ascimmersman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oi ANN \ARsiR, N11tt
Pret. Vice-'Pies.
S. SW. ( t'iicicSO , tashier.
Capital.s,i,00. Surplis andi Profits, $40,000.
S .n- viianin s Bn

11)()l-.1NGIVEVS LI TURI
I)N VRIA SO\N5(iA'l.\lS.
'Gc'ieiit ll sicie 'liscl' cc e tc o5' subjecti 7
Of es iail:egejetsbliDriii. Bohni. of tsi i
the rliet dolartsect lefore the ci
Dqsusscbser (ecil NAM ldvevccciing. liii'tI
ialk iv~s ne oifcc itec5its gisvcit littie st
Socicty'iltshsinsgs cocernsciing (cr isis
lilt andi ipeipiue.
ir. Elli gavetsta it ftie e uc cci
thess dsicribedi sts' present ii c ii
ithere tics''egairdls t ispolitica~l parities.
Ic aiscribedsissciasli'itiisc's eany is
iisni fesisti, its th est>r fth abr
SENIORi lITiS TO) SFi'
PItR.iI DNTi'FOik ii NQV'V'T
Thusdyi'vinii atii :iiI3J, ihic'09 lit
class still hsoldi its bIsisisstthe' iniili
cllbhoust. liihtecls hopes itoestais
iiss a prcedtil bys is'ldlinsg istes ti t
ilt Atrms .rborssr thi'esvent itsfiormser
cears hstosccssrrcledit'eriinrstrsit o
e.t \\'lil urteLke.
Severaliproienciitutun haveselse -
cuirtidis ssekeirs, cliif I issiui pthesi
1 ceicglPrcsidlrsn tine Ii.whs- prcsnci
t us bqeittiiit ist iov titasil. 'i'ickets
t~y et ltsecutedsir vrsitcs s ccciii Is
lice cleass. Frm rsssen ciittidiatins
steciiapaiityiof tse Unionsiscll hei are
:1i:\JOi2i iii;_I ;Si.'iiii'S.
ccc i 3-1-1(isistut .lsssMoriancand
tic-scie) ; iDctroit, is t-l (Killissn ait
\Wasingtoinis 0-22 (Gom1 1(
itirceci ; t.c Li st-cI-0tI I y n
Cricer)
,Atleiticsc I -,-T i ( ritis'e a Tc homicc
.) ; VCt.h isa Cc.0-61 cciiScut i Sisili-
iii). (it , liningts.)'
cis1;viYorlti-12-; (Salle nd 'stil
V isarki' 2 in is-.
NI ATciOii.1.
ciii Nleiesc ss .
itergeis)
Si.Li sts -s3-2it ciLusitandlireitiai
If stilu isavi. syour opitical tutk sic i
las Illlers yu-eleels i~ii 1:

( \-a(sk~. Tlc esedtic lss iltsan
he bce Jst ces 5\5s'citotper'cet-i
'its cliii'. clii Ici.ci3 ilcblSuth Siae
liset . li ui Sie lests'.tes
Smrtsirts for m estc.lpsal ec lt 55111
ent Ccc l e's'cShp c talsiS.'. 1ist isiic
citF, C~i i \I -c Ifeiec you )s woacidstyish,.
.eliabe, pefect ittin ; Ruberc;Sle
lx(rs thlsiis srin-, i oucanil icicithemi
ltric'rtieditcShoe55Store.lcehicre'. hen
sitc'anhu255) tils ndgeec caf, ith
IIscal suptp11.5ltlccles iia l kids at
titletiti1) Oen ve tii
Ilst s andwicc'lc'ch 'iic's.'recl ('Cllegc'
:11. liot I 11il sliti' 1s7-I scsid t1078ilue.i
"''tn's sc Ilatsc (ntissue' itster ccaiie)
n csle it \'liccn' Clotis s Shopts. lin
88,Lii
Wsssiseccslseint'clourcckts.t
Xr c's &s 1 'ii 'I 5 'hami si (slts'ni
tisets' list.< lull8t
el. 155 'piltthe\l' intha's es
Sirl c 'i'nn. ituu ii 681frir'
( Iii ii l 1i1"; ietit e - ts'secia price
n has 1,:11 sup lis it 'tsill"'s, liii
1 Is its sckcc''fits m55555 i n's
it(;iii pccc ii tS . 8 t
listt, ciitest istotiittit' i uh ci-
ite. stir cdino(wtii : (
iscln5tc~a ' Ise eneteallpart

Iriws-.~tnusert yo'.asears aesake. look your. best at all ti--"
SPRING WE A4*
Mets's antd Boy's Sttits siever Ibefore sri attratie
dlistincetionindtrividttality chitracter, fashtiotn righsi alii
quitiy, sttrc vatieties to tmeet the miost exaciril e-
mtand.
Hals, elegantlt909 9styles, brighstesti suistis Kicex,
Stetsonsantd Bearoui, our leaders.
ManttantsShirts, fell lte Clov-es, IDents scsi
Perriiis itt all scadiec.
Efxtraordlitnary display of Neckwear atnd feisty ,esi.
OILE, CONUIN, & FIE
NEW POCKET EDITION---
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR
The college man's outfit is not
complete without the Pocket Edition
Gillette. Compact-will slip easily into
the waistcoat pocket--as handsomely
finished as a piece of jewelry.
It is made on a time-tested Gillette principle-
but is a Gillette improvement-'neater more work-
manlike.
liie' scsiI Li :t iiistelsat siciscin stcics 4- c
lil t 11011 os cielte .a ijitk, cats istyshcitIts. Noic
l i sis Islsoitiss. 1list isade iia l istee
Pocket editiesi-h andslead blaile sec tril ivolhevyHldpadincysof-lsleniccelir 5 ii
meitat l--- l a i o- scsibssced-«"i th .a diszect Nc-us I'r)'s
OILLEITTlE SALIES COMPANY
60 iisi im a l t iil^5.. ltctioiti"
'iu!i}writ cie i . I ittit tii liii it;.ro
I~r~t-on llie: ; 1ril rm i rc susicce I. '.
t'rrrri lWirr l ts i t i r lte i t.lsi cc rcl.
Factois:eston, lssttsntrn'aLondonsBrlin, Psi-

e
NO STROPPING NO HO azo
GwlletNI salet ri

w _ '1111- MONf!MENI AL BRONZE CO..

Co.-. Mna~ina nard Libo.-ty StcaIr Jewe lryStre 16 Aai n 1wSt. i)dI;tiHscas'IAvec. Brsidgeport, CIIIrn.

.

SHOES WACNER & CO.
STATE STREET
$4.00 and $5.00
TAN OXFORDS
Sign of the big white shoe.

School of Music
Maliynardsist.

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fly Goasasnteed
Watesh Repe.trn¢sa Specilaty
Rowe's Launud ry
THOMAS RO WE, Prop.
326 N. Fifch An'.
New P hone 45s7 Bell Phone 451-i

DCVTSCH EE

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alli
tbe
VIsI

LYR LIVERY SERVICE MAKERS AND IiESIGI
paches itt attractive equiiptnsent OF COLLEGE JEWEI
at of a ist-class priseste Stal-. Ini
Tiety it lasr exceeds thetsil aiy prsits'
abihe t. all on ts a-ny tissetfliiiHaller's Jewelry
iy ensvice you require. Our chsargs 216 SOURH lAIN Si BEE'
vmoderat e whether xitu waist to
,teli er meet a irain, satendsia wedding-
fusneral, go shosppitig on take is isive Large Collection Antiql
rpleasusr. Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinas
Fornfratcrntty asid esoroityhli
Fred C. Heininger Adrs stendn.
it4 N. Stats' Miss Florence S. Bab
tellPhn13W 1oe Phonsetps i is .50 ii--,YPSILANTI,

DR. EWALD
B1oucke
WILL LEcCTVRE ON
" Modern German Art and Craft"
8:000 P. M.
THVRSDAY, MAY 20
SARAH CASWELL ANGELL HAILL

STUIO

Adeessnlon Frsee.

All are Ituvited.

5,i

319 lEast JHuron

Street

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