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THE MICH~IGAN DAILY

Sam Burclificld's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can

Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclifiel
T 106
&X Co, EAST HURON 'ST.I

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The best 1
FOUNTAIN PEN.

IiRP"S'1-SOPI'l WAR
C OE NJ P, R11.Y ON
'The stopoores coralletd a few of thte
Sit t nen again fast eight despite the
understanding that there was to be no
more-.-trouttbte. until after the rutstt ott
"Blurtk Friday."
tine FDetroii ttdentmtootl aciter
tllress frttmttthe itigrockstl atlt
ward wstuttrttetldottntbyotwottyoung
womttnt t'lotttt e tvtttedto ttlove,;ecterislt
attt obtet.Sevsetal.otters werre caught
in Ihetoilsthatd went throtutghlthelvtretiouts
tedint y ti .55 ns ttt tsttuns tte l s ths ittg
POtssItSOttt 1DST VS J. eel
f Iliniss tthetttitest tn;ito colege o
oiei s tt tttrtl in ICliubiand te
or ill its na tu esshaveeiattfntvel
tlt-ig thel tdeits ott isyear. t
tsrssg'ssos phsistlsssDrssW.aJ.to:Mcsttatt
tt Mchiga, and ir.sRtoerfordoof
ittude ttttsSteftercssfll tainigtemt
illevey w y, nd ffi its'physitctitttettis
v;oka tel-sthsstttt emursed sins
ste orat itio ntstsi; slsii a testattotfI
S.l'its'o ;t(Jutadtt ashols. ssood st
7' Vic() io a'impriti Asessanetltieret,
ts ttwtill hei.en, to temest. he Irtt
giitsite illtto cl'hrs eme su-9
, st'igdis elstt tesiexperimieits
ttI rceiettietionto;feeert lit oss'
2!tt bo.thlhoasdyae d m'steseialsstea 3ent

Rhespsosile canvaissers swishsinsg tt sell
Choa UtslInioni stta n l ay Festival tickets
ilese tatke tapp~liatioto sthe SchoottI tf
Iusir. llrittg referettces siginrtd by sotttS
respottsilble tersot.
'Ir3y N-Itettlig & Schmsidlt fosr esslery
ansd sttttjlies itt getneea at srdware, t 205
Sottft!lsaitnstreet. 4-5
LOlSTI-A lbrotwntt ller trttttk with
intiaisls Ils'ss 10loll onetttO33. Ihe-
wattrt. tf
L OS'l'-Copy sofDoss Qusixote, lane
hook siwst i t e ittdittg. F5indtrtlea'llSse
ntttify Cosdy, 702 SothitUn ite rsits'se
Phottntt'63. tf
tLiST-$sn till. Fittder pleasse tester
at Ihis officetiand reee rewartd. l-5
FORIRIf (N'--A very dlesirstile stite
of rttottssati 3351ltacktrdt, with lmd
ertt ceniencttetso.tf
LO1'-Stratight stertt pilte, itt frot:
of1 lotsbilidittgIFriday, 50151. 20. Re-
ternto 32:1 E.ILibteerty. estatrs.
SWiest yttttare tototlate fIrseaskfsti
sret; teesthfsstfromS to 1t5i :,30. 4-5
See outr etotptteo itt0 of 9ileig'ts.
pinstltobsttttd sttuvettirs. II lier's
JeweelreS .1tee, 2t6 S. -lasinstreeti co
'let Kretit's I ttts'lo -ts aIt'estttndies. (6t5
l si )'lisossstreet. S11
.\VNlIli IttCeite pnsitter555s Isy
at HultststtnLBt's'.,3152 SouthsSitte. 3-i
tsOR11 ltN'T'-A finestutite' of roosts
fist lsadies. It Stttirt't S 33t1:i. Libtetty.
'.9ANOS ''l0 RIFN'T at Schet'trieĀ°
& Sons. All msttsicalstuppilies. Ness lo-
tai i,1o S. -list sreet, tf
Ifyeisarset'lottklittgfor good'ot arst atett
$3.50 pe~sr wek, try 'II IF-I0RTiN,
615~ Churchlstsreet..1-0
I SNIIS FOR. lI NT1' A!tttttber 5o1
chtticeett' pi5a55nos Si Root's 'M1si
Ilus ittoniteaseytettlsc.Fre.tua titng. tf
SS's'pay yoto i otlite dowtowntfor tE
llrttg 'slitS','.1-12
'sltt'tttclocksswarrntt''dttt'fitosts'e yte'tt,
$t (Oo. I issler's Jewery Sttre, 216s S.
'lainstsreet.co

-As New Yorkers know
it--is enmbodied in. ... ..
Co llege Brand
Clothes
College mtet, and othter
youngnmen, and yottngish
old mten, fitnd in College
Brattd thse clothes wvhich
are beoyottd the ability of
inie tailosrs ot of ten to
tesigts. Extrenme in ctt,
yet genteel-ready to put
ott-and mioderately priced.
A Fazll Liri
Hats. Caps arid

wrrrw.w
i
Aw
f 'y f^t.i: Y'+ ::. ", ...."..:r ..ww +ti"M.avw........ .
LR c7
.Ii. /W, f/l-y. A+K/LLOLILLQ
('JC.yi"/N. oc .++N Vaa+a C +'Y
" r" " "'/3.(:brraa +l+e. {{ ,e Mri+Yeuu&"
w N: 4
L -
e gf I rurnishings,
! Children's Clothirng

I~ TOP NOTCH OF STYLE

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FOR ONE DOLLAR
at
Brown's Drug Store
120 F. Ltherty St.

ALARFICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allth t b, est mas acisd futlys-mant Se
MICHIUOAN PINS AND FORlS
25c up lto"'00O
FINE WATCH REPAIRINGi
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector tar the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. ,. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN .ST.
B'rancho 304S. State'St.

IStaebler (& Wuerth.
Walk--Over Shoes
Merv and Womven
Special Styles .for College Wear
Tliis seasott we are showing an unnsually large assortttent
osf Custom-Made Footwear. See Window Display for a Com-
plete L.ine of Fall and Winter Oxfords.
We are showing some especially new
styles in Brown Cordlovan, Bltcher cttt,
thtree soles to heel, aitd a heavy brass
eyelet and large cuff reinforcing the toll.
.Also a large assortmsent of black aind
tan leather in celebrated French Calf
- Skinis, in Button, Blucher, plain Lace
and Strut) and Buckle effects. If not
acquainted with our label ask yotir
fredhwthey wear.
Prices, $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.50
WALK -OVER SHOE CO.
115 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Hart, Schiaffner & Marxi- J"
A LL WOOL
C L 0 TH I N G k '

WHAT'.S THAI?.
PIPE THE,- PIPES
Tobtat oo.tms, fhitg Sttts
St1.t1Tan'tss si t

I JOLLY'S' 'i'te test stsuent itit forst'hie lt'st
30StSoth Stats'St re tt monesty it thsi tstrkest.Nicktel ltte't

______________________ e t tstudenst esss sss~, whittte shadte, '_________
$2.7; otei 5 lt ;d.t. ii>is . $?0 '.3 ,1' i l rin If yo's at ttIte bett'tfoutntatitt tSSitt
oftttiampsC1iistshdets,sswksskindtthe ite, ''i.gosisto ssilsing's, .-.3(sSothtl
'1VlS. J. R. 'ROJANOWSKI tii ae est tt tttity sttttlb itsricvittess. tstfestreet. ti
Itt'it & Co.,s tsil.2o souisth in 1Sttt -
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER 1 FOR IZENT-ibarge outse sttitble
Hlair Goods, Haidressing, Shampooing 'for-atfrStrsnityil or sosrority. See If. J.
Manicuring, Face MessageSetSpecialty. iottwerstti tnth epr ir tt ien- littes, Lstwsrenc'tt , ot'i rns.esttt Attttstnd
S22 SState St.l('p Statis)Bell Phone 359 tWing3A&tsttlt, t ;1 5 la. 176 tttrthstreets. 5T-6

BANKS
TIME FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN. AND HURON STREES {
Capital, $50,00, Surplus and Profits, $65a60c
General Bankisg-Biness. 3 per test paidl
au Tine and Sasins Deposits. Safety I{)n'
lost Boxes to reas at $2.00 and upewards
R. KEMPF, Pees. W.. C. STEssEss. Vic-Pre.
F. It. RELSttut Cash.' H. A. WaILLIAMtS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Baik'!
Capital stock, $50,000. Surplus, $200s000
Resources, $2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OrFICES:u Chsas. E. Hiscoch, Pes.;s W. jt.
Hlarriman, Vice Pres.: M . 3. ktzs.csshlgr'
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS :
W. J. Booth . Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Jas. H5. Wade S. F. Mitts
John Haarer tno. Koch
Prof. H.S. Carha iHenry W. ouglas
Christian Mactin Dan F5. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANKD'
Or ANNs ARiBOR, MICH.
Ei. 0. KINNE, iAIIS~ON SDIILhP
Pes. Vito-Pits.
S. W. CLARK{SON. Cashier.
Capital, $100,000. Siirpluis aid Profhts, 01,0,010.

Opening of
FALL CLOTHING
} ~at Wadhamsa(Q Co.
The newest fall styles fresh from the makers. Also
HATS, CAPS and FURNISHINGS.
'aAlways the right thuiig et the right time."
WADHAMS (Q CO.
See Show Wtn dow Fa ,shion Store 121-123 S. Main Sta

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SEE-
The Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
For the Latest Disigus ti
vae f mao
P-ILLOWS
AND
B A,"',NN ER S
ALSO
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furnishings
in Japanese and Indian Goods
Everything in Bric-a-Brat.

German American Savings Bank 0.FUNaril IECTR.LYouaa00.cE lit e
Comrmercsi a .n4 Office 2011 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent [eather Belits madewith sel Hot s Lns thAenPonc14vt tb1kt
Raigstes once 302 .thAePon31 match your shirt itr blouse, 35e. Send us A 'atea 338 S. Statg
Car. ein nd L eirtStrets ABULANE ORCALL piece of the dress goods whcn sending. orde, es
C. ltaedLkatyst', a ABLlOEOlCL TBE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS. A t

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