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THE MICIGAN DAILY

Shave Thyself
Weivofferithefaus~u
Gillette Safety
cI ysyesn d size s. V5.0op
"sn Yeu Likeivi
New Process Blades
AT
Quarry's
Money Loaned
()IIWatcheslDiamonds, Law Rooks,
oroterpersnaluiproperty.
Watcesoand ewelry repaired.
Bargain in Watches & Diamonds
Office at reidenico ii E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hei rs :iRto 11 30 a n i..to 43Oand 7to
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE[ FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREEITS
Captaili$50,000ii Surplus and Profits$90.OOO
iGeneirai Bonking Boiness. 3 percent paid
oc Timie and Sarings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to renu t $2~.00 and upwards
NI. Innetr. i-esn. W. C.STFVENaS, Vice-Poes
ii. A. 1Viii i. i too 'alniie 1F..'STrOW E, Asnt.-
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Shwli j50.000 Surplius$250.000O
Ateineerni Banking Businesansaed~e~
OirewitllnChasn.iE. Hisicock.Presn.;W. D.
Ii. erioun. VicePrens.:lit. J. Priti. Cashier
S°TATrE SAVINGS BANK
W..1. BotihJl.l.V. Shieea
ini. A mo Id lie. V. C. Vaughan
i. .Wade IE.iF. uills
Juon13are Diii. iKochi
Prof. H.iS. Carhat Henry W.iDouglas
Chis Itian 'Miartin IDan . imi'miserman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U<< ANN ARORi, NMiCt.
i' l ime-Pre's
Capital X100,000 uns andoi~s,$0,00.
C;ornrarliz-ci>r.1a ..zd '
C4o. '. 5Ioie sand Liberty Street&

(UOueic ana Tramta
'THffi RD MILL."
Something in the nateire of so "ccviii"
may ccelpredicied for ibe Mcei' Whiiecy
iheaier Somerday afternn ancd night.
The occasion will lietiotalile because it
wtill usher in ott engagemntsiofi what
has been lironot iiii e oiii f the liesm
musical offerings if the mecadme, "The
Red Mill," svhch,uniier itie directioi
iii Charles ifllinghunm, mode an all-
Neir run in New' York last season. Ail
diional imporianceobtajins through iii
foci thatt ike uiay is b ha' olise nieroi
muancers of siege coimiposiini Henry
Ilossom ni d Vicuiir Herbuert.
The story resolves aroiuiil ile ad.
veniures ofitwo smiari bthiiii 'icon
enmlarrasseid amiericatns, nwhim'irei''ioi
ig''~Iusripe, and wliiigi'tistr'aimmdemtii
Katwnyk-aani-Zee, IHoillanid. Thee iry' ii
heat itheir hoa~rdllull, but Iare cighti b,
ai stern sheriff, priisecstedl by an1 iire
lei ting totern kereier, and senitenesl h
a huirly huirgonasier io nwork oiii iheii
deiui. This itey tdo by ictinogao a wsaiiei
andtnl11 iiiterpirter. A.dainty los's siney
is initriuicidin ti lot~n, whlichli i voles
ihie mtwo Americants, a idashinig nmal omli-
cer, a5 piquattbarmide, mil a iumrgus
master's charming idaughterand flitna-
iiouis sister. These vrriios eharacter:
icn' impiersonatelid by a groulp iii e'xcep.
tioeally dclearrplayers, w'lhihile!
a_ compatny if ovei' sixty' peotle, iicliti
ig t'elDutchsKiddeies aidti e cot
patsy's orcherstra.
UNIVERSITY FORESTE.RS
ElErCT THEIR OIII0IRS
Eleetioni of oufficers oii the Fomrestry
Chumbseas hldillast iightiin ii esi hall
As this suas an impoulrtatmeinigithiri
wasianespeiallvyllarge'attenudaiiici'.
The follemi ie osfficersswere eetd
Presidlent, . t. ./Stinler 1 ev io' risi
deiii, S. WV. Sir mI uimescu;secet'a1ry am11
seretlay, J. It. Saxtniii euie Conn 111
Noun is ti'he i iimtotrenitirtims foi
houiise-kieping fur lnextler;islsofoit
thei suimiiler. Iniquire cit5;7fI1F. .\nniSi.
lksseball suppailie' s o 'ill kinids at
Cuishing's. -lot11
We have done expert snatch repair
ing sier1838. Hailer's Jewelry Store.
21(1 S. :sloin St. roil-if
'ii. M~:if

GIENIEMEN XX- e hav e just ye-
cee n len shipmientls of 'Ils ii Es elt
'lies youllhanve 1beeni51waiitigfor, blask
an1d 111 ta-aiiiltswoinyu styles---tie kinii
1111t fit in tie heel. Piirliel's Shoe
Staire, i110 S. MoinStSi. cd ifi
Collegiaimclollies fur college iiicim
spring styles liltsillse.at :Me'si'Clties
Shop. McaiiiSt. rstf
FO 1/R E LNI'--Fom'stuiiiiioii i mi 11
furnishuedlhiiisi', roomi forliti' lve: ni'
ofi kitchen aniiilaundiry;ve'riy reasiiii
ahile. For termts,.cll011 hFloresti Ave
SEIf) E10S.
Ati nior ellig card'is at Joiilc &
liii liest lii'es. silspeial itoiper Cli
sireet. 6hf
i,.\I) ES ,1 lii.n ehase a perfect
cleanier fur siteide leathers iii black aiii
graiy-maklesi'the'imilook: ieler thull iris
Purfield's Shm' Sitice. ito S. MinfoSi
coil Si

SP EAR
quialityI, stilre 5vl1iill to1r1 let ithe mosti exactinug do-
lis11d Hts.,'i llcat I N) 'snt1 ;,brightiesti ltriatcs, Knox,

Sicetson 11nd11lcav l Ii
Persiiinin ai ll w1l'i

lit lv ii'i .
S, 11; 'iii(Ii Glve, en t ns cnd
I s tEN. :cz id'iv111fancy 'est.

t Y ; z
FIEGEL

ciil's C lih's Sliopi n e Si. Al ._______

Mlichiganl pins, foli, ndii spooins, in
less ciniiexclusive ldesigiis, citi Haller 's
jeiwelry Store, ai6 S. 'Mciii St. cmiiitf
'lENNIS GOODS--Piiii, Sears,.
bonsigis'uiim, cod Spailing's GoluM dll
rackets. \W'i'guiiaiii'c' oury rackiets
\\'right &I Ditsonm 'lCamipionshulip, andm
Gooicuhlieninis b alls. Sheehiaun &Co.
Spiriing shiits lthe laid that lease-
1 u.N'E l'RvicRAN IS.
iollil'fe & lensailki. S. State
-t reet. 1,3 codi
'Ile .iiiinXirborPress, Sires llilll/
M15y11a1d1streel. furnishes somletinlg
nwin des'ignm all the1'tii'me ianc aiii
11151111 progms~ . Calii 11011ce.5'
geinimieSli'mcm C'ifli cii (mmiii .at
Co'mllege 1iiii.diStf
1.1. VSS 'I'l".\ IS Get spieci'il pri cs
leads i kwea'rucf vmoi 'lii

NEWPCKTEITION-
GILLET-F'+2tETY RAZOR
The college rian's outfit is not
complete withoft !he Pocket Edition
Gillette. Compact- will slip easily into
the waistcoat poct-et4 '--as handsomely
finished as a piece o. Jewelry.

It insimaide 0n5a1t0m1
bit is -t Gilleteitp111 er10
muantlike.
ally ill wh i awi i t ii
Ini i k il -)!, il ( }i i
!Lela, 11 I

tinted Gillette principle-
'lit neatier more work-
:; the lets} word 15/i'tz~ s foir
cii ,wt i' ihv'. Noi stropl
;Md 1 'Iil o vims m le i'silv os' ii
s Ii n'.r, lt el or O1110
i "Ii e) Newu ltmid-s

I

(ILLETI:IRSALES.5COMPANY

5. ii..1+ liftl t

) l b;. iml~tt(i ' imm 1111,
1 11 rt1.

mm 51 m's Im$: miin 'ZI imeimo 1'rtt ireii, 5erIo.

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SHOES
$4.00
Sign of the big white shoe.

WAGNER & CO.
STATE STREET
and $5.00
TAN OXFORDS

I. _

School 4
.No yt

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
" Sully Guarasnteed
of L~Us 1 coWatc epa r i sSein
aed St,
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.'
326 N. Fifth An'..
New Phone 457 Beil Phone 457.i,
OURX LIVErRY SIER.VICE MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
apiproaches in attractive equipment OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
that of a first-class private statle. In____
variety it far exceeds thatof any private
establishament. ('all on it any tisme fosr Halter's Jewelry. Store
sny srvice you require. Outs'charges 216 SOUTH lAIN STREET
are moderate whether'Nyou want to
catch or ingot a train, attend a wedding-
or funeral, go shopping or take a drive Large Collection Antiques in)
fuse pleasure. Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
tor fraternity and sorority houses asid
Fred C. Henne student dens,
114 ningta e r iss Florence S. Babbitt
hillPhsone sass Horne Phone l55o, YPSILANTI, MICHI

DEUV'TSCHE . VEREIN
~ DK."E'ALD
WILL LECURE 1&ON
"Germa-n Ar$ and Craft"
8C00 P. M"
THVRSDAn MAY 20
SARAH CASWEL AN GELL HALL

Adrmission, Frr-ee.

All are Insvited.

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"AW

S'TUD 10-

sa rftcer

319,

East fluron

Street

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