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THEcMICHIGAN. DAILY

Sam Burchfield's.
F n : ;:T r a d e.
Can
:D e liv er h
Goods
Sam Burchifield
& U.EAST HURON ST.
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.

BEN ,GREET PLAYERS
ARE APPRECIATED
The Boston. Trq nscrip Prai-es
Performance of-"$he Stoopsto
Conquer."
lThlseni Greet compansy off Shakes-
Iseareass players Kshilt will appear Iin
Ann Arbor tisas mniltIis at prefe
inertia5 with a greal deal of scers an&
aplreciatiota in BIs i, .Pht elphalan
other eastern cities.
One of the tisree plays which wvIll be
Ipreseittedd its Ann Arbor is Goldsmif 's
"She Stoops tor Conquer", of which ti
Bosston Tranascrittwsrata as follows after
it sailbhens preseitted there :
'Ti watch the Ben Greet'paiforinane
of. 'She Stoops to Conquer' is to realize
the sitality of Goldlsmith's sprighilyr.oin-
cdv. '1he snap aistl spirit mnay .have har~s
cue partly toithte careful and elatsorate'
stage maniagemntt, thse ctinning with
swhichslines weere toutched tp. with comi-
(at or illuminatiitg actioin; it. may' also
Iake beets partly its the excellent en-
enibtlcss-isrk of l ar >cotniaisy.
"fitr, Greet himsself, makes rallier a
esatitre Irsiny I,anpkii, but isssize sloes'
rot interfere witsrte ilusiots..,.4-sos--
bowiles. If anything, niece bplk adlds to
the chsaracter of the ovsergaronyoant,
;sid wsiths every grimace, every freak of
imalice act tsiscliief. the jdea :was. clabo-
eated,.lin the scentes iwills Consltnce,
teasiisg, pinschsing, kickinigtier shsins stir-
reptitiouisly undster the tabsle, and insally
sdashsinsg osi. ssitts aiflip ofIis paigatl ,wig,
ss a-s-surelydtinsg cserstinsg itthis
stever ts discostrage sh&-tetnder passson.
Ttse care antd diseritiatiqa ssv itli
whichlthle stlitle perforinattre wsas
cworkedl out ssas as evidenin to i notr
dletais as ints tistisiag of: thie ,lritirilsal s
'jlIse taverts scesnesotisided a uRsa. .ote;
stisuiswithsout:ibeitig dull, icos sithiout
hing -itig sstelligilsle, asd vul gpg sithsout
soarseness-it expre:ssed exactly' -hlat it
se-as swrittens ltexpress, porerly of'issel
lees ad tisi slssscec of ainatti~il''1iis
Unslike oilier. taversn scenes of old*, is _
fish coedsssy, Ils re is 'intesideel to be less
vit andsisisore noisc. This paropaounsted
asldiffii 1"trsstilesssi' ispreslaattn, 0th'
'Is-citby Mr. Greet is givig Iis sasdI-
ee hlfia sdozenissgtres whsichi might,'
iin costussme.sdelsortmtesit anid-counitenanstce,
hs-ve slttsed outtcof the fraies of old'
engravinsgs of the period. They, rejoiced,,
they inssasdcnerry, ibey istre glad.. They,
sillesd ate sll over- ttettselses stud earls
ether. Tlshev sas gloriously outi of tunse'
ansd stanced to nottsiig 'its.tparticsslar.
'Agatis, its Squiire Hasrdcaste's istruic-
tiosi to 'his sers-aists (ususallv a siiso:
sc--si, 'if isttni),-ecare,;issighit asid a
sise itseiligesnce miade the episode sote
oft tirmost realiistic andstthe msost oinsi-
eIt. Mr. Greet, or somsebody, had stir-
eeded its differesntiatintg four separate
idio cies. hEssets yokel wsas abssurd its a
isighisi ivisuassa ys, nt withstilshasnds

or stllstettslsit, t lsinthlistitler ists
bsecilily of look .andsdturalse..Alter the
faintuos speecIsosithle '5 (oses it)thetuetn
roist gisveinsswits liaibe aut
whicssas s 5 sis 5tallt the hiusetbsokc
sit its io iaiss ii iii tutu iit sithtes
inore aisisst for bingise e-isked *by 'the
coatibiss-tion if a5itrar y=sllbsioni 'ad a
pycof tsitls e-fCit acsster -set ints 'its
stae blaitkiji lists igrrtin5 ~'fch-a coil-
vijitiots'thas t t ffsesstit I3 illbus.-'isso
bitt' highly issivtis ili~ced figulre s 'i- ii
its;elf sossetsifis( sif aitriumpsssis.espieciaslly
whtess suitof the jousr t(ts- susie osithe
left whoi affIted'i kissie:kniiees) ciii,
stittiiisthuse., oflterees and sas tts
alonse, extiress tse is stilt-raisge sifsmen-
talI sactacyt
":Tue sviuesofthelitierfiiriissiie swere
zllisat s is ssin itshtsiclean eiseunisi-
tisn. oftess tlises its -of us)lsstisitils
hluel soi itti iosuitasit' isis four-
syllaiste inous. Weuare suit if the sissy
sof thtinsksing titsuchtwoits iwsill carer'
suss the stage ;isis shatter is' a staceate
of monsla bles11 ih Th le 6'id spsteecihes
stetc gis-enswsthlla-gradset'of icistiosn, a
seuse(if tuteit hthm, pauise, ee-itsiel-
odisy, isite usii n itdtheiss ssgsatiusss
as-nhu di-stee-nsic-itsgist. they, soundedls
sartificsilit busuit but1bec-asenwesir-
isist ,intshlstislitbit of i-heimig ' isspcetalik
stcl TOgusI Englishth le iore theity.-
stil this stels sit list-Tieustoriuas, bist
l:,ilsertv St. J..IR, Qittarsi. Prsop. 12-17
1KiHC'7 \(Il) At tIF '-heiiprsoni
that exchsangediilmuffslbyi-msistake t asGrani-
get-s aaet'iseiSaturidiay nit, stitt
tieases'retusrnsst-e siets- isss-s-suitrecite
thrirsswn propterty.-- 13
igeisiss ,salsis largs-st -liie' -Iti tuk-suitd
uhtsuppssilies--ustexiii~l at iiLiii
ii tis. Csmie i sintnd lst-cussto.
Since 1858 we tiara made(: WathRe-
pairing onr of oar stranfgest features.
i-aller's Jeswelry Store, ash6 S. Main
'Street. e- od
' Souvsessir Sonsg ITetionsof£'ticigs-siia
&itoion iltlt4Ciii- ssiiitthssue wtoisisg-s
liii' ,bole,, ,islsirsiersof iii in 2_3
Alarnm clocks swarrasnted for ose year,
$tao. Hailer 's jewtelry Stsre,216 S.
tlain street. a^d
Baseball tmesn : if ioiswsnsit lItest
its bsaseball gonsds, see hpalisin he at
Cushings.tf
-'OT)fIG IT) 5( 15 's(I/?"/"RIS.
-ie [fc - rriers' tints l is jstbet e
,ceied..4sAy-e reesse ii ifs i 15 ii isths
b:,,, s-s'Jsnlssfat oSts' oii (le- zis is sit fi cei
Is 'tt'sett i isisif 2 . miteci s s sy' ills
:PIeslira fin iitis tu11,tu 555'

~oitocvertoohk~-
a Ooo6 tbu 'i-
We think we are safe in say= -
ing that there is no Cfothing
selling in this town at the same.-
prices, that in any way, styles, '
materials or work ma ns h ip,
equal Society or College Brand
Clothes. They're in a class by themselves.
Also call and see our
Spring Hats, Caps and
Furnishings
Staebler (Q Wuerth Co.
OUT OF STYLE
The man who buys 2IW/-Covsee shoes each season is
never out of style because 2('a1r shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-

ALARTI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Aul lisa liest msakes site fully guaanteed.
MICHIGAN PINS AND FOBS
-- 25c up to $5.00
INNE WATCH REPAIRING
---sA SPECIALTY.
W alsh, inspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad
J.,-L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
" Braoch: 304S.State St.
CigL'arettoes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
CASH PRICES
SI~c Pkg. -- 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. .-. 5 for $100
-R. E.' JOLLY
30h s. "TAE ST.
MRS. J. R. IROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
flair Goodo, Hlairdressing, Shampooing
Manicurist, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St. hits tates) Belt Phone 359
_BANKS
THE FARME!RS AND M~EHANICS BANK
MAIN AND.HURON. STREETS
Capital,. $5O.595,rpios and Profits, $65,000
uteneeft Booking Business.- par east paid
us Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bases, to rent atO.0 and upwards
RK msP,;Pres. W. 0. ProvoNst Vice-Pros
F. H-. SL.R;Cash. H. A. WILLIAs Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
capital stocks, $50,000. Surplus, $200,t00
B. esources, $2,200,000
A0eneral Banking Business Transacted
Oc3VR~is :Chas. E. miscock, Preas. ; W. D.
Htarelltan, Vice Pretot M. J. Frilo,,Csier
SSTATE SAVINGS BANK
DITnORSa :
W. J. Booth , PSno. V. Sheehan
Wet. Arnold '"Dr. V. C. Vaughian
Tos. H, Wade E. F. Bills
John HBaarer Juo. Koch
Peaf. B. S. Carhat Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. immerman

sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in

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shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes, comfort¬į .
and service, are contain- c6
shoes..
TilE ACME OF EASE
WalkOverShxoe Co.
115 SOUTH- MAIN STREEAT
Hart,' Schaffner & Maix
FULL DRESS SVTS
' he Clothier
Piroperly Tedlored g a

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spring Hats.
The Newest Shades and Styles
At
WadhamYs (8. CO.
121-123 S. MAIN ST.
fee Our Show Window

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THE
PlisRoal
209 E. Liberty St.
U.of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1 Or ANN AsseR, Micet.
P. D. KINNE, HARIl SON SOUJLE,
Pret. Vine-Preas.
S..W. CLARKESONS, Cashier.
Capital, $1O,000 Surplus and Profits, 1-,00.
, ier nOn -American Savings Bank
Cozrc eroces..l aseo
00r.. Maass&end 1Liberty Streets

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do.i. Martin FUNRAL -R
Office 20S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent Leather Be Its n i l nV H t u c
Residene 302 5. 5th Ave. Phone 31 4rE ouraskirt or tblause 5' en ek A t Tttle,s.38S tt
AMBULANCE ON' CALL -P O the dres;ocs-goodsw a rder. e.388Stt
'TO AL1~FT co aO$ AS

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