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rfTV MICHIGAN DAIIA

SamnJBurchfield's
Fine Tailoring t
Trade
Cant
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burcilfieki
106
&X Co. EAST HURON ST.

BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.

EiEZI \T kNCOMPARES lFREdNCII
'P11 Tid SPA5NISH 1C JD
iProf. Andre licial (de 1hordes, in his
talk of ye sterday afternoon Onl "The Cid
il 1 I store 0a(1 in literatulre,''lnave sev-
eral scenes trom Corneille's 'Le Cid."
The rendiition iias highly appreciated hy
the audience.
Prof. tiewiat in his talk explained the
treatment of the Ciii, Spain's most cele-
hriled niatioal hero, in the Spanish as
compaoredi iwithiPierre Cforneilie's dramna-
tizaionofthe1sae ((i.subjeet, showing
the essetialts'r1tof Crench tragedy as
tiffering fromithait otf tother nations.
Te tatm sims (idrom((tees that were
puddshedlin tie sixteenitiicetutry eco
tithe mo st romantic improbaiilities
uincernuth(te ife aitideieids if Riod-
'igit, the(iii.lihese rio((((trewere ia-
ott frictltie olid Spallishi 'ltietii" i
''Piicia del kid."wicheitwas w'ritten
liutte latter tart if the tiweiftit ceti-
aure, w as the eariiest of the etinemts.
ifc ifthe Ciii, was wiitttteni a little
te-Thse were full ow ecibi "Romnan-
'to, ant Guuielu's dieCastro's "''Moce-
ales ilel Cut."
It was oi lie lst of thise Stishi
orks that Coriieille balsedl his "Le. Ciii,"
Sin" th Salie lot nd(he'Slltie StrIl"'-
Ic' Itci inlovic adty iltihle par
rdsuuingtc a..ley of Courneille's mtost
intalai iiiiifiil passages are ex-
iii u f sntiectioug"t I- rsenimilt
tlte eion c( ofi ii I ilin iteek'astroi, io
iren.hI "x C'(I"'ortneille itre-
illsbsrvd heuiies of iime, plce',
_)IIIin thiroromanicsitamams.Ile
irrt iiIdid ( i It do Csiro, (is
trns'tleS ('(ii iiconieption fromta
11cSd )FI'T'IWIINS
St It'l LI11T1'COIN'TEST'
Mis sirstine' ,luuffit was chiisc'ii ai
)Ii from thelii'opho((((trs'titerar's'clais'-
I(Hpe' if the'Nation.''IH. 1L. dot-
iee n oi'atioii 'iuntitd 'l"The Niei
W.' Pusserdciv. J. PtLIGetstiin, ,'iild
cut. 'Tilsile i cteid asijudgeis
ricin iii ol .It. b ili"
is. msci sN.'iDieivi cii uctuss: r
slt lcprtmnt, hil decen itg (fill
fwdayis. Prof. Straiuss andtilAsst.
i'rf. 'lutloct, iiill hose i'harge' ofihis

Mustic aW Vrama
"Texas," which comes to the New'v
Witnuev teater tise evening, is otte of
die most sutccessfuli of weesterti dratmas.,
'Tis cever tpla' by J. PiatuldiitFeigt, ihas
success is tprooif pisitiv ethat hugh-class
lttsacti ohs in ite poulr plit ceiihotises
ire dec'iedliy itire tirofitalte thanlsom
I NlTdldCI ti,FidIAT\\'i)NII:S.
DP ous his sixteen gaiiis on it's
Ncur'se i iphtiiog't'-rai'iitg'is tb'ing
rmi~. This issthfirttcourse.in ploto
'The faiciiltivofitheis'nivesiciity f is
liii ofi ,t eisciiill hereq itdmnly of
\1I) rl :id'i'Ildi I l?'i"l'tIdS.
Arithur l' hasi, flower lii's 01pia,
its Pt C lot':.lissii tiechaPiss', Mrsei
Smuittih\M',cGeii',Stiiiiiialser (sr
,11, . '. a eect c', 'Iles Pi's
iiidPh P mi MrcG\i.
Prps:Cok rC W, iP tsoo Ph l
.hmIth'.I' kestPh okPP Icl'ri\le
Iiss ,l rb1
Since T858 tee have mtade tVouch Re-
I' riig one i'f oir strongeit features,
1 ller's Jeswelry Store, 216 5'Main
street. end

'GREAT INVENTORY
SALE
Underwear, Shirts, Gloves,
Trousers, Hose and,'Hats 20
per cent off. Suits, Over=
coats, and Raincoats at 25
per cent off.
Solmeold Suit~i at one half off
A Money Savir7g Opportunity
Sta ebler (1 Wuerth,
Ann Arb ^ r. Mich.
* OUT O _? STYL_ E Uf
The man who buys 24-6'er shoes eachi seauon is
never out of style because t,4t- -'Coe shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Ever de-
sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in
shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes, comfort a
and service, are contain-
ed in all WAO t
shoes.
TILE ACMSE OF EASH

ALARfI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Aul thebestimales indtaliy ii iii (iiid
MVICHIGIAN PINS AND) FOLS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRINGi
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector far the An. ArbsorIRailroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Btranch: 304 S.State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THlE LEADIN(G LiRANL)S
CASH PRICES
15c Pkg. = 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. - - a 5 for $1.00
R.. E. JOLLY
MRS. JI R. TROJANOWSKI.
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
lair tloods, iHairdressing, Shampooing
Manicuring, Face Massate a Specialty.
322 S. State St.{'lit 5,(airsiBelPhone 359

>mv,:13. P"ciolnes ((s liht ;(4. 115 SOUTiHIM:l IN STREET
ORSI.siFs'-Aii'ciihWtiri di cii H r, dllllr- 1Ud
I ((, t s ai;ti o nvett"Ita Ha-2 ilerI]
1leiveiry Store, 216 S. Haiti street. end Properly Ta.ilored

BA NKS
THE FARMIERS AND MEICHIANICS BiANKI
MAIN AND IHURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000; Surplns and Profits, $65,000
General Banking Easiness, 3 pee 'aent paidI
an Time and Savings Deposits. Safety D~e-!
posit Bases to cent at $2,101 and upwaerds
it. KEMPr, Fees. W. C. STEVENS. Vice-Pree
IF. H. Hansen. Canh. -H. A. WILLIa~ AsstI
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $ti0,000. Surpius, $20000
Rdesources, $2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
OrriEees Chas. E. Hiscuck, Fees.;5 W. 0.
Earrimean. Vice Press:EM. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Heath Jno. V. Sheehan
Win, Arnold Or. V. C. Vaoghan
Tan. H. Wade E. F. Mills}
John Haarer Jew. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. 'Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR, MICHt.
H:. 1). KINNEI, iiARtttSON S((Il,d
Fres. Vicue-Pres.
S. W.C. LARKSO(N, tCashier. !
capnital, $100,00. Sarplusand Profits. §150,000.)

1*1 i

Spring Hats
The Newest Shades and Styles
At
Wadhamns (a Co.
'121=123 S. MAIN ST.
See Qur Show Window

THE
Palais Royal
209 F. L~iberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS,
AND
PENNANTS
A SP0ECIALTY
CURIOS anid BRASS
Front Every Counotry

German American Savings Bank o0, M. !artiu n 1 i R0LY..a a.M ¢t a.
Coarsnerala~l Office 209 H. 4th Ave. Phone 98. j Patent [eather Belts node with vet-
g , nigs Residence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match year shirt or bese, S5c. Sand usat At TssttI.'s, 556 8. Stat.
} AMBULANCE ON CALL piece of thk drass good. when sending order. _______________
Cor.Me*.r-x ~rs Librty trees !THE BELTCiRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

STDORNSUE,319 East Huron

Street

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