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Michigan Daily, 1909-06-05

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TEt MIC1I0A N DAILcY

SE
REB
*GIANT
AT
Quarry's
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.;
Bargains in Watches & Diamonss
Office at residence 331 E. Liherty St
Ann Arhor.
Boors: 8Sto tt:30 a. in.. 1ito 4:30and 7to
S p. in.
ALL noSINESS CONFIDENTIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE F ARMERtS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREEOTS
Capital $50.000 Surplns and Profis $90,000
General Bashing Bosiness. 3 percent paid
o Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bones to rent at E2.004 and upwardis
R. (sown, Pros. W. 0. STEVENS. Vice-Pres
1I. A. NIIAsIS Cashier FPT. TAOWSt, Ast.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stoat $50,000 Srplus $150,00
Rlesources $2,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OFrICnRS: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pins.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pros.: i. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wis. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
tas. H. Wade E. P. Miils
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Peof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dlan F. Ziinnerinas
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O ANN ARnOR, MICH.
E.GD. KINNE2, HARRISON SOULIS
Pros. Vice-Pros.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cushier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $60,000.
CO Ian me s wia rani
Connmmercalnsd
Se~vnias
Cow. Ma.irn ansd Liborty Ste-et.

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FACULTY PI2ESI NTS PRiNTI7.1)
1ll8AORIL \.TO PRI S. _VA'"IL shapeiorn iiI i
Ati thc diiiner givenilfor Presileiit Rtr oA
Anuigell lastiiighi in IWatermnan gyl- Xluni wn Iuw
casiumi, ike University Senate preseited eer ad
tDr..Angell wsith a testioniial of their --
los-c omd esteem. This tioijnial lake. irlatmli n-i
ihe form of resonlions fromitile Seiiote, OIIi701115b <1
bounad ini a cover of ceathe r aindlstarligorli arty 1 1

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silver.
The ecoittee in charge, composlaed
of Prof. CEciila~rch, chiaiianiiProil
Pattersonl, and1 Dr. Sadler, iviiedciloui
tie plan of itieidesign. Dii tie friiii
cover rs traced a represiiitatiinif the
vice of life, iliossing ilie 1mo1tiport-
ani esents in D~r. Ancgell's caree anid
representing, as lie crownlinig achliev-i
mtii, his suecess as presiilenti of liii
Universfiyof -Mictigacn.
The preliminary dlesign fur the covel
550s ideveloipeid is-George I mi-luieio
Chicago, wshiiialso designetiieback
cov-er alndcaide skacest-ifioithe ilhi-
nialtedlboriders oflice Ibiiik. fTedeco-i
raited harder of lie iriitccvercwas
imodelleid by Secefider, the most s-ilfiui
dlecorative cioueller iin the west. Thi
toolfing iici chasing of ltce silverccotxvr
is well as thce asseimcblinigwis idone in
tke Arts ancd Crafts shop ofI iibeirt
Jarvev in Chiicagii.Thelielblm iing
wsas idoiiein the Rinlnlo- I eniliist-uidio
anid tihi-biniding by Sarah I. tKendiall,
eif Chicago.
Tke addres-icontIainiedin th le Itevi-
mninal isas wsrititen lyvPeal.iDi'Oo-.
LOST- Three 1-i raid erem ie
slem louse. Telephoni c fhif 12 rinigs. q
MIEDiCINE AND INS'Tt2(L :INT
CA\SES-A fesw giiail aiesstill to hei
laid actaaoutone-lhalf the eegiilarplices,
at BROXYNS DRL'G SF111RI1, 120 I".
~iken3 51t. 780.1
Stiiienits wsishiiitg posiioas frae.
cal organlizers dincg vacatilincililion
A. Xl. Gilmnt, State :Mana gee. Civil,
IHotsei,Frday afternolll 1oiiandSal lel ay -
cciii 4 an1 ;. Saliey all iiicision.ii
78-ci
Michilgan pins, foks, and spoons, ini
itew and exclusive designs, at H~aler's
Jewelry Siore, 2I6 S. Main Si. eodtfi
SIDENS REPAIRED PlOlM 1,
acid first-class at. PIefieli Sholue Siore,
t t S. Maint St. .55-ead
WAINTED-Stuiietit agets Io sell aii
aeriicce if gi-inuineleitel. Steictly 11111
orabile a1n111ligiitiae. Weite to o
i5), B~laotiington, 111. 77-So
"Youngs I11a15-lottehetteerimad-
spring styles oti -aie at Alien's Clothles
Shop, Mai Sc. l8t

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TC('l El J7I-

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Ivsretyo-" cars make, leok younr-host at all timeo.
SPRINGW WAR
Ncc's acid Boy's Snits never before so attractive,
iistictioii, individuality character, fashion right and
duiality, scire varieties to mseet the most exacting de-
iciand.
Bats, elegacit 19og styles, brightest qualites, Kntox,
Stetson aiid Beacoic, our leaders.
Macnhattaic Shints, full line Gloves, Dents and
P~e1 l insinall sl1ides.
Etraolrdlinary display of Neckwvear and fanicy Vest.
EFL, CONLIN, & FIEGEL
NEW POCKET EDITION-
CILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR I
The college man's outfit is not

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complete without the Pocket Edition
o u c FareGillette. Compact-will slip easily into
tewaistcoat pocket-as handsomely
TO finished as a piece of jewelry.
It is made on a time-tested Gillette principle-
lo isv li, y but is a Gillette improvement-neater-more work-
manlike.
FOR THME'rhe cisnewIwI.12F-TE is the last word in racors for
lninanlll who wants a iquick, satisfactory shove. No stroll
p CunilNole p illg, no honaing. The- hlades ac-c free.
Imperial Council Nobles Poeket edititn-aniidle and blade box triple silrer or
o# the csi Shrine, hioavily molid plated in cages ott gold, silver, nclkel oc- gun
o1teL' su(.ti p iplai lwe lisiussed-with a dozoei New Proe-s
(a Cl1, II 1 l i,.les (24 lotting edges), 57.(00 o$7.30,
GILLETTE SALES COMPANY
Tickets on sale June Sih So 8th 04 Isil~liBl d hg., Hostonc
inclusive. Good returning until Jsinie Xii, 1or,1-i 151.1 il I. ChiecaoShoik rellanlcitt l.
17th, 1909. 1, )illi whrr: 1,i; Itilves Violte, 11. C.
For particuiars consuit Agnis. F,5ytloricBoston, S1cltrer' o'inndon, Berlin, Paris.
Michigan tr

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Outing Trousers
Good values in flannels and worsteds at popular prices.

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Students' Lecture Association
BARON KOGORO
TakdhiraC
Japainee. Anenbaseadon- to V. $.
Will Delivenr anm Addr-ese ens

"Commnercial and Educational Features of our
Good Neighborhood"
8 P. M., Saturday June 12
UNIVERSITY HAI.L
Admission Free

J. Ln CHAPMAN, Jeweler
JOLLY S3 ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
3081S. STAT1 SiY EVAN KLEEKSY ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
13B ,BB X00East Waalsirsgtom n. ~Fuiiy Guaranteed
>sT Own MlakeLihLuce Watch Roeairseg a Speelaity
BRIAR.f Ligh.CofetiLunarhs
S pt IPGv Contod r Rouwe's Laundry
PIiCES THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
Ownhmiale - - $1.75 to $0.0032N.FfhA .
Seceonids - - - $1.00 to$1.50
Get- a tlasliipe Phones 18 L 78t incu New Phone 457 Beil Phone 457-L
oUR. LIvEK.Y SER.vicE MAKERS AND~ DESIGNERS
;4 sillioaelhesin iiattractive equipment OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
thact of irst lca-yos1iivatc sta-e. in
iy it fsle exees,_ds thaof any private e e
1 e-tah)liiihentClloni acytie orHall er'sJe lr Ste
1 ri inocal, g-ihopping- ortke adriveLreCllcinAntiques in
$ iforpicoohiec Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
/ \ --For fraternity and sorority houses and
u Address., sn- tudent dens.
rsreuC.U tn 0e Miss Florence S. Babbitt
Bellloi 1195 9 N.St-Ic
Home Hoome los hone l ioYPSILANTI, MICH1.1

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