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March 08, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-03-08

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TALE SICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Butr~hfie1d's
Fine Tailoring
-Trade
Dever
The.
Goods
Sam Burclhfield
106
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BE=ST STOCK OF
C-1 G ARLS
IN THlE CITY AT
. BRowIs 1rug Store
120 E. Lisberty St.
Wt have Pipes to selltoo--lots.
of 'em atlow prices.
ALAR1fI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.S0 $I1.1y
All the best musles and fully gutranteed.
MICHIGAN PIN~ ANLq FOBS'
25cgpto $5.QQ-
-FINE 5WATCII'iPAIIRINO
A SPt3CIiLTY...
Watch Inspector fur the Ann Arbor RajlrNit
J.L. CHTAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
11Branch: 304 S. State St.
cigarettes'
Turkish pinlEgyptain
ALLTIIELEA~iN0 BRANDS'
CASH ,PRICES
I~c P1tg. --- - 2 for 25c
2Sc Pkg. = - - 5 for $1.00
It. E. JOLLY
308 S. STATE ST.
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASRIONABSLE MAIRDRESSER
Hlair Goods, Hltdressjr z, shampooing
Manicuring, Fate Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St.I(UP Stairs) Sell Phone 359
BANKS
THE[ FARMERS AND MEtCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
Capital, $50,000, Surplus aad Profits, $6,000
OGeoerar'BankingBusiness. 3 pee cent paid
on. Timse and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rent at $2.00 and upwards
it. KKSPPr, Pres. W. O. STaVrts$. Lice-Pros
F'. Ht. BuiseR. Cash. H. A. WcLLAs'Ast
The Ann Arbor Savings Hand;
Capital stolk, 150,000. Surplus. $260,00p
Resources, ®2,0t,000
A General Banking Business Trannacted
oreicussO:" Chas. 1E. Hlscoet, Pies. W:"D
1 Harriman. Vice Prets.: M. J. Frito.Cashier
'STATE' SAVINGS.;BAI
r t iSTfo5O
W. J. Booth Jno."V. Sheehan
Win Arnoid, Dr. V. C. Vaging n

Tas. H. Wade E.+P. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry WV. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimmoersman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN AIWOR, %fsMt.
F. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE,
Pros. Vice-Pres.
S. Vs CLARKS ON,. u0he...,t
Capital, $109,000.. Surpius an rhfhs, §15Ao.

FACULTY WoRITES
NUMMEROUS BOOKS!
Professors Contribute .T.xs Not
only- to universities But to
:Hig 1gbSchools.
-.The .year _ qo8 swili probably mark a
lest recordiIn -Micligan's literary out-.
put.. I-ietury has shown'titat professors
ill es.e'ry department. are busy at some
sWork of research 01 original production
so000 tn be pulblshedl Every year a
great imass of buoks is swritten by the
instrulctors in tile Unilversity.
'the vast vatiety of subjects is shlowil
by a 11a1tiat list of the svorks that htave
recently appeaicd and tee now in press
or int process of cotiletion. A stork of
a large. scale entitled "University of
Mlichtigan Sttieis," tile expense of whticht
has bteit largely mlet by Regeiti Peter
Whlitc, is beitig planned. Tis 15 a long
series 10 containl research stork in all
tile deplartmlents., As yet only thte Htu-
mtatnistic series has beenl announced.
Volttme l:, "Roini Historical Sources
ont -tnstitutiotts," by, Prof. Henrey Sati-
'(ters. appeared several years ago. Vol-
cniO VI itas jutst appeared, entitled
"Atheniait Vases."Iby Arthur Fairbanks,
until 1 1:st.year professor of Greek here,.
iiitt uos director of tile BostoiaMttseum
of Fitte Arts. .Volumes TI, iIitaid IV
las-c been attntouitcedl, but are not yet
toi tiedttthel .depa iniett, extensive
ror,,un liteeecnplatmyd by. Professors
Petirson. Canifield, ,N ovy. XWarthtinanti
-cWiJl. blobbs lhass written oi thle sub-
Ineiti.'Earthquakes aitd atn Introduction
t,-a. inbsuoi Geology." Prof. Krauts is
,itssiidtg oik catted "Descriptive M 1itt-
whrigpisiicli is-appaelhririg it periodi-'
cab .seutitts fot cl1ass use.
Si thre dtpatmntt of history thtere i5
ii 'less. actis its Prof. E. W. Dowv has
_anitoitited the appearance of *a volume
-.;cllid 'The RettaissanicIe aid eforuta-
tioti,". which is otte of a series of his-.
linbs by stpecialists- Prof. Dowv has
h1o. lately issued ani Atlas'of European
hstory,"atn. is edttitg a 'translation
. o a section of Rautbotid's "Geiteral H-is-'
tiiry,"_ dcalinigswitht the emanicipationi of
meielitossns.
Pofrss swill sooijiis~lsue aschool
Itexl itt Entglisht histor'y. ± rof.VairT ytte,
iiin oil thotatlon itstii; Plot Mcbatighlit,
01 11 Hr tcgo Ibiiverstytittibsy on a text
itn t A teat iitstory for the grade
-slitoils ' iot Pax-toit isitow 'occtipied
sstts ta ssor k ott -Xttertcan itistory.
"It1 zatds atttl"Recomtptenses of Be=
fiesis thsettle -of a stork 'onithte pil-
opthy of -reb-gaou ss-Nhicht Dr. 'Wehley
stilt itiblitsitnext year..A' book by Dr.
L loyd, "FTeXXWill to lDottbt," has re-
ci thy appteared. The: philosophy de-
patrtisntt is agatn represented by Prof.
'itllsbttrysswsork oit psychology, entitled
\ttoetloti stitte1b iispronounted the

most rettarkabile swork of its sort itn the
fieldi.
Prof. Scott of the rhetoric depart-.
iticit stilt sooittpuihin ltpapiphlct forti
his article ott "'ie Gentesis of Speech,"
which attracted -nuchi attentiott in philo-
logical circles this stinter. He is now
wvorking on a netext-Kook in rhetoric
'ard is (engagetd in. revising his old looks
10 the same subtject.
Dr. Moritz evsi, hteatt of thti Frettel
department. tat preptared a tiesw editiotn
of M'toliere's ILe Bottrgeois Geittil-
ltoniins" attilis lowt sorkittg ott "Mcr
cadet,"a comedysbits Balzac. His article
on "ThteHightlaitdsand Siolittides'"it
ite 01115 ofILsopariillt-ttalso sottntic
plaed n t h etthatnitsof teipiulishters.
A ntotable ibiographly of Victiir Itttgo
is it prosplet fiottt Dr. A. F. Cattfield,
swho is tote ittharts ott leavse of abssetnce.
I-Herbsert Vattghatn's class-roomt editioit
if ' El Trosatote" is toss in tpress. Pro-
fessors IHutgo P.Tieimie and J. R. 1Effiti-
ger are issuinig a tesw Frencht granmmar.I
Dr. Tiimse recently pittblished itn Paris'
an extensive referetice stork etitled
'Guidleiiiogratpiqute ie la Litterature'
Fraitealse teic too-igo6." He also lately
issued "W~omn of Motderti France,"
a stork raingintgtrou thtie ttlt to 4th't
ceitturies. tilaisy otber texfts for class-
rooni work are binitg issued by thte n'ftt-
tiers of the FreinchiaiiilSpaisisti deisart-
niets.
Dr. Witier 'of thte Greek departmnt
bs swriting a-stiny of the tityibs of Her-
etics antd Ctc'tts stiticht itill sooit ap-
pear. Manbbookis ire ibi the msating
ib the German dlepartbmebnt, btt fesw caii
tie abnbounbcedl as yet. Dr. Florer still,
issite 'a ibew editioti* of "Dii Jiiiglaiisott
Orleatns,'anid a secoitdlvoliumte, a gidiie
cobnsisting of Gerbtan: theories abnd ques-
tiiois. He is also emsploy-ed itt the cotti--
positiobn of a collectiobn of stidies in
Germtaut literature atnd latiguaige. Prof.
I ilditer still issuie text year a text-hootk
editioit of Goetbes "Gott voit terlini-
get.' Dr: Bouicke hats receittly issued
a book ott Goethe's "Cdiuceptioct of Pol-
ity."
LOST-Watch foib duritig tiichigenda
at- Whitney, or oii State street. Notify-
Cbisbibig's phtarmtacsy. tf
See Henn~ing & Koch's itew futll line
of Michigan fobs, pints aitd spoonsb. I1
Fast Liberty St. '' od
Alarm 'clocks warrated for one year,
$t.oo. Hallers Jewelry' Store, 216 S.
Mlain street. god
Clotinbgof' class' aitti nistibictiobt for
youing mteit andimtebn that never grosw
old. Spring' styles on s<-tie'liy Aueii, thte
clothier, YMainb street. bb-17
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, 'fobs and souveniirs. Haller's
Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main street. rod
HEAR THE MICHIGENDA HITS
all thi.s -eek at the 'Teatoriumn, East
Liberty St. J. R. Gillard, Prop. I2-17

Tot vertook
a Ooo~ binbr_
We think we are safe in say-
ing that there is no Clothing
selling in this town at the same s.-
prices, that in any way, styles, y
materials or workmanship, t - ~
equal Society or College Brand "o
Clothes. They're in a class by themselves.
- Also call and sec our
Spring Hats, Caps and
Furnishings
Staebler ~ Wuerth Co.
" OUT OF STYLE s
The man who buys 2 at-.ier shoes each season is
never out of style because 2f'a4s-Eer, shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-
sirable feature that faahion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in

shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes, comfort
and service, are contain- cc
shoes.
THE ACMH OF BASS
Walk-wOver Shoe Co.
115 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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FULL DRESS SUITS
e Clothier
Properly Ted3lor. 4Jsdf~I!4

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The Newest Shades and Styles
-. - -At
Wadhams E Co.
121-123 S. MAIN ST.
See Our$how Window

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Palai's Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
'CURIOS and BRASS
Front Every Country

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Comraa~rola~l end fie208 S. 4th Ave.:Phone 98.:,1" HothLvech
L sslnsa~ 5Pateint Leather 8elts vt t eact
Rest6deise4 0O2 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314' f Oacyooe shirt or Rloust,age. Send us a AS Txttle'e. 338 S. Stat.
AMBULANCE ON CALL.. pieee of the dreem goods when sending order.________________
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