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March 25, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-03-25

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A if -1 C 41 T C,

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Bur clfiekl
LX C .EAT106
& Co.EASTHURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C I GARWS
IN THE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-Iots
of 'ems at low prices.
ALARFICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allthe t~ be taes atd uly-<tt rnte
MICHItAN PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
PINE WATCH REPAIRINGi
A SPECIALTY.
Watch laspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
2065S. MAIN ST.
Btranch: 304 S. Stats St.

STSf11.A POSSI B1LI't
NI iciigett(It is no~t yet (letal. Tite
(ott of towtt friends of the Utniversit-
wo tt)itocieeinclaittoruig for achne
to scc the college opera are to be satis-
ted. Prof. Goddlard, citairmnt of tite
committee ott University nmtsical organt-
zatiotts, atttotttted last Thutrstayttv ati
"Miicligetita"' wotild lie tallowsedlotteoit-
side trilt ittatdditiottntttoteotte to D~e-
trit, if thtenmenibers of thte catcoetttit
get their wtorbt: u. Sitter tte"coin'
exaiantatittnr intthie litertary attd engi-
tteertitg deptartmtets are tttt given utttil
-aiter tstring tacatioti, li thprotposetdtritis
cant ttbtietoit-teretd titil ifter this
tinge.tH-ever. titere ttre otttlt-atfets
o-f thete0r)sttwhose stdiesatrc sot far
1 clowts-tauttete tie toIhoptes forthir
tluat sustitutesCaleas uily e itproctuedu
tl tillth i pa t.
If the- protposeduitr-t t ttips -md. Aiit
tf wttntts sitng 111 ieiigeuuti", for it tuIII
be ttttdtutedtiat \\ittue N thea~tselbeftore
ttt-et mteruuuuis-otu-etiteeitutti bef-oiru
-1'. Au. NOINATiibIOiNS
iiI')L 1 ,) SA'ITIfllI)A

MBtteic n ~rarna

heFk- 11t1
lotdtet,-No. 3it1)
t rto ithetdoor

,refs,-given it4iDetroit
w;-( -th i- 5jisticeat-
lst ii 1 . 'lic l pet-f tt
-- fi for he benfit1of

Spring 1908
C LOTH C.R A FT (All1 Wool)
Society anvd College
Brand Clothes
NOW ON SALE
Eagle Shirt from Loom to Wearer
- $1.00 to $2.50
Pine Line of Negligee Shirts at
50c and 75c
Full line of ]EXTRAGOOD Children's Cloth=
ing. r IAll kinds of Underwear, Union and Two-
piece. All the spring styles of Hats
Staebler (Q. uerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
NEVER
" OUT 01? STYLE
The man who buya 24Wt-Gvce, shoes each season is
never out of style because 9...4 ev, shoes keep ahreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-
sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires canf
be found in_

ato ieI iiiitilitthe ittld tatit -iiit
iii iu o l lit i lts i ilvc"it
ill, iii ttttii it Ii:i .I n.l tutnt
Ads, .L .tcc «itt Iheuet-itleidI

iilc a - i-ti-i
-21t' i i l-

The bai t i-e.p lue o fomer3-s if i
li-ctiatoffir-;tinkubrtii ilantmote ad-

F-al. t -

it

C igarettes 1 t ISUS 11 L"Cl,
Turkish and Egyptain Ihe-uttt tir if ite fris-t st -111i
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS ei utesisNa suseda h e lt CS RCSnceigotihtetdetiCuclhedls
15c Pkg. -_ -2 for 25c ight. Iiti wastdecitded tiithte
25c Pkg. = - - 5 for $1.00 u-u imm if tteth e ic t e st- tit
sh e m d i h s a p o r m R S. J. Il. I lJ O L Y A ititis itt i asai oino tie d- to55 iktn ite
5 ](Ila vsirugtte st t i i new i
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER lie fCouncil lsutapptitdtut ttmtit-S:
lair tGoodslHairdressiag, Shampooiag ti-l t Ineistigate lie ttdvisatititytif is-
Manicriag, Face Massage a Specialty. tlhli-iitg taItpttttatetia tatti on
322 S.State St.it(t:t tais)Bell Phone 359 tiecampitttus. h

it ol ii, fo t
See 01T co
Its, fits -it
- uvelry Store,-
Aelaittiicilacks
>> .0. I lollc '
Mait street:.
01,l)it3"
lier ousi
-isll; f.o
iiisal5t5\VI
>:. t i atai
I- tilt- - cloth

- it<1 l'1115.' )
cii Jtlt ii; ist\itriller
ywn- - ani
iii t O Nieitig-inE
wratectifor tie yr-ar,
Jewtlry Str tiP16 5-
tid
55N C;101S

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

4

.d

iir 7 Hart, Schaffner & Marx , 17Z
UAll Wool-Han~d Tailorecd
i isSPRING CLOTHING Thy Clothier.
'"Ready when you are. t

BANK'S-
THE[ FARMERS AND MEICHANICS BANKI
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profita, $60,000
GeneatBankicngtBasiness. 3 percent pati
as Time sod Savngs Dieposits. Safety .De-
pasiteBases to soot at $2a0a and upwards
It. Kazmss, Fees. W. C. STEVENaS. Vices-Pros
F. B. BacLooo. Cash. H. A. WotLtIts Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stoek, $50,000. Surplas, $200,00i
Resources, $2tt00,t0t
A tUeneral Bankiag Basiness Transacted
OFFICESt Chas. E. Hisenek, Pres. W. D.
Harrimean. Vtee Fees.:t M. J. FritzClashier

The Newest Shades and Styles

At
wadhars- Co.

STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jo. V. Sheehan 1
Win. Arnoald Dr. V. C. Vaughan 1
Tas. B. Wade E. Mills
JohnoHBasses Jna. Koeh
eaot. B. S. Carhart Henry W. Dotas
ChritianoMartitn Dan F. Zimmermano
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OR ANN AROR, MICHt.
f. Dn. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSctN, Cashtier
Csait, $tn,ntt. Saspins and ProFtstt5tt00an
German American Savings Dank
Com meuarcilnIand
Sav,vlis
Co..Mwae w rd K~ber-ty Streets

THE
Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
Fronm Every Country

See Our Show Window

0.I fartiu -- --i e"x~yfYousP. ,n het 8
Office 209 S. 4th A-vs. Phone 98. Ptetoeahe Bltunchtit
Rbesidenee 3f2 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match yurusitk ttirts or -45. 5- t At 1Tuatla's, 338 S. State
AMBULANCE ON CALL piece ofttheyudtess <ttidt tutu it t-i ________ora___'.
THE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

STUDIO-RNTSCULER, -319East Huron

Street

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