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_ __-___ -~aonT MICHIGIANsS AIL~Y-_

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchifiel
106
'& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C G.AR.S
IN THE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120) E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Al' elstiaks and frilly gassntedt
MICHIGIAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Ispecorfors ths As Abr Raiload
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Brnch: 304 S. State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADINGo BRANDS
CASH PRICES
15C Pkg. = =a2 for 25c
25c Pkcg - - 5Sfor $1.00
W. E. JOLLY
'-lS. lATE T.
MRS. J. R. IROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
H alr lods, Hairdrssig, Shampoig
Maicuring, Face Massage a Specialy.
322 S. State St. i p Siairs) Bel Phone 359
BANKS1
THE FARMERIS AND MCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus ad Profits, $6,000
Geeral Basting Bsiness. 3 percet pal
on Tisme and Svings Jeposts. Safety De-'
posts Bases to ret at $2.00 and upwards
I. KoEMFrFes. W. C. SEVNS. Vice-Fes
F0. B. BEa:sais. Cash. H. A. WILLIAMtS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
o itl stock, $50,000. Srplus, $200,000
4' Resources, $2,00,00
A iGeneral Bakinsg Bsiess Tasated
OFIERSsa: Chas. E.Iiiscock, Pres.; W. I).
Harrimnan, Vice Fes.: li. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jn. V. Sheehan
Wm. Arnold Dr. V.. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Mills

John ilaarer +jno. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. Dougls
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmnerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARORo, MICHn.
la. D. KINNE, HiARIitSON SOjiLEl,
Fees. Vice-Fees,
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $1i0,000. Surplus and Frofits, ยง150,000.,

IACIITY iMEN INVEST 1IN
SUPPOSED 'SURE.THlING"
Two slhresd ed troit ipromotliers, who
to dioubt relietdss on t'etproverbial gtilli-
bility of picaclies, woeni,tand college
professors, particularly sloe latter, wehein
tey 'sttung" eleven msembers of thocUni-
v ersiy faculty for $3,950, are sow liav-
ing it smsade hot for ibemt by thiee samte
psrofessors ini the Anti Arbor coetrts of
justice.
Ties ca-c camoe iup Wednsdcay eritit
Prof. Rolbert E. TBttiker as attorncy for
thte plaintiffs, as.sisteud by Profs. Titosisi-
soil antd Rood of lie lawi' tepartmeicti.
Andrcew'J. Sawyeer. Sr., andi .\icbael ..
Lehman ssrepresenltte tiefense.
Itis i.clia~rgedthtia George I1.turcebase
ansd Elitter C. G;ienno, of Det roit, casts
here reprcsenstintg Iitote trofessors situ
tonspecoipie tat they htdail sotretiitg,
"gtisnonsi lstgruttdtiflcat' lpropsitioni.
is: tile shsape of a lease oss sosie oil ianisl
is, Ontatrio. Tisey obtsainecd aibouts $1,4675.j
GliennisaistiPurchse sad it lease :of
coo onisese iansds of a -Sir. Msiller.,
soedietsi. Thse stock swas sublscribses]
foasumssusfiicint so cosver thsis letase
andsi tie costi of sininsg oste wecll st
.5.ooo. On is asis t h ie compan~sy coos
f,,rmd Afsti lter tise cceiiwas1551tit down
''it] soit''thse oil sdiin't "shottl.'
l1.'e itere-tedl tersn becamse stis-
ss ills. Invsestigatihoss irovedi that tile
tes ailcost GlennisainsiPusrchasebtl
$2,200. seisie tey'hastrui ssedsiabout15
:i.5-I 00
'Mllbs isseis ir f tilee olsil re ';csset
ill, for an as:scoistissg if tile pr'uperty.
Tie wanis1t lte$8,ooo tidiiesisro: rata:
1-.o14teillsestors.
AD)VERTISED lETTERS.
A'stiArtbosr, .i11iclis., Sltr. 25.1908.
llrrssiee Rasyssossdti 12rsnsss'.Sir Joe A..
Pii: silssjoults. Coirnetti \ireJoseph. Crio-
fardcslrlss (latsit.ettuns oiskeIlj, Ilsstedl
11 S. Kes::ed:y Ailr Cha~rley, Grisierger
C. A. Lastdtr 'seElizabeetli, .\cLatigisiiss
\lEasrl, SicCisrilee C Sonsse. irls-
sir J li) c F, Sretepen J iH. Sciiset
lee PbFlossSprig 'ire 1iss, tU7S Fcss-
s Agesnt.
;)ros : Brsss's 'l'soiiseri ii, Clisassser-
I il issFlsoressce, Joselins IMressolien.
12seesierg M\r A :11, Steecisel Howisarsd,
SIteeie Slies Estlis, Sssasck Rsobsrt, Sac'-
a2 \(r S P, 'lsseisliCssrnelis, TDicer
harry1 ',isewces ssay, Stes Josisn
\V. 1.G. Preiteymani, P1 \I.
SPRING VACATION WORK
Apply Today and secure your home
territory for the big Alumnus sub-
scription campaign. We furnish a
complete list of Graduates for any
town, or city and pay a liberal com-
mission to student representatives.
Students who give this a trial during
the holidaya found it snore renum.
erative than the ordinary vacation
proposition,.fHours today, 4 to 5 P.
M., Alumni RZooms, University Hall.

Il)ANQFETl.,1,. 'I,iCililIOSS
(uso te i l ar.sgess sst bn es'1el I
thisiss' 11,is tes' e t \set sig h a ist it)ss
t isnety isgisseere anid professore were
there so enjoy tehspiitlity' of the
Unsions. The foloin g is lie list of
toasesecalledsbytihle tostasti~er,'s' rerstt
Sil. Simse
"'hue Stoker"-DIltsiCoo~lev.
'''lhe St'niors'andsi'omorrowss' angle
"Goodisi ell si"ii (tiss .i. LDavsi.
.;Tavese.-Prf.J.iR. Dais .
"Hydriisitlis iteI:Day:1ofN::ls''-_
ii gcItilKnutson.
W5ili slls.
''Ours Dhss to 'islsii:s'' l"l::syi ..
So tlig-as~e ses' low'iiiiand:istlleblue..,ll
:1 olist n.stios. site i na111tils foIs fl
is:a 'l s shn i st i''litiwh iiIich al s u its
ofi tel ier ssilyls lie tiip te
m Feting shallibe sllsd ndi resde
ef te:lst liltturdaylIII Mhilhl ofieachll
eieti .tih candiidasute ms aif h
usa lj Ilyrls s toie sis retilt
orshla111r sissicuilsesesi oa
ifth Cmmisit tliltif ile 11A111letic1Or-
iaiian ,eidencisi: is:is liii iii :1 i
lt aes' l' ssssocitio , lo teIsis of ctsi ns i
hts'eillsfserspsviedfo. Sudntsii
'flit ris is sioso : tisse'ti sh lall sill
prvet sueenttilisssisitisss, pro
sils'Iislte fotrsansfiicit' all pr lesen~it to
th: bordo elecion,1ntles' thansslt
Sodas nstpr leingtet' of sle sc'
tI(11 ai p etitinSi ed' by Ii t'sl (its) sluct-
liseofiltesoition andiisi'approcv eb
lee Commisisitte ll on-Ai\tlt'ic0-a-
aiseof tlii Inivertyl . 324
Novetise ii ncitwerfr msiseissi1safes
isy Alilteis.Maissn stre. .10-5
Hlennisng & Kochi for bicycle repa'irinog
I issifsihig tackle setill indss. 231-la
TH ESIS D-\TI 'sPILhzi.
Maske a slate stll Joiliffe & Kitztiilier
at ossce for typecwritig yussir thesis, itod
insure getinsg ini osstume. Abosve Co-op.
Bosihsphossse. cod-If
111.1 'TOl\N CANOE'S.
Order's'vole-ti' e il sis' ittissf'rIs pr 55'ing
se'Sa ~isusso 1T80 aosssoils hassd. rops
psctal to Ws'. 11. i sI'Vll.t,604S~ . 'ilscs
Si., for catasloguse. tf
Colliege clthe str olesite sic::sale
lie Alless, Miissst'seet. .o0,

Spring 1908
CLOTHCRAFT (All Wool)
Society anid College
Brand Clothes
NOW ON SALE
Eagle Shirt from Loom to Wearer
$1.'00 to $2.50
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts at
50c and 75c
Full line of EXTRAGOOD Children's Cloth=.
ing. All kinds of Underwear, Union and Two-
piece. All the spring styles of Hats

Staebler Q~ Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET

NEVER0
* OUT OF STYLE r
The man who buys 2 /-Cnv~her, shoes each season is
never out of style because 2( a&-~tCover shoes keep abreast i
of shoe fashion. Every de-

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sirable feature that fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in
G/ l4ies
shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes,. comfort
and service, are contain- t. te
shoes.
TEE ACME OP EASE
Walk-O~ver Shoe Co.
I ISMSOUTRAIESRET

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Hart, Schiaffner & Marxn
All Wool-Hanid Tailored
SPRING CLOTHING The Clothier.
Ready whven. you are. ,,,

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Spring Hats
The Newest Shades and Styles
At
Wadhamns (QCO.
See Our Show Window
I

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

German American Savings Dank 0 .M ri FUNERAL .Y'a~n.a
Coesumei-ca.1 a~h Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent leather Belts made wisth uses H ot Lunch
Sav~~ngs Renidet baek532 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 matchynarslcirt or hlouse, tbn os STst.a.38S ~t
AMBULANCE ON CALL piers sf the dress goods whesen ding. arder.__________________
Cov'. Madsn asndi Llbarty Strsets THE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS.

ST UDIO-R-ENTSCHFIER, 319 East Huron

Street

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