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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifidd's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclified
& C.EST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C IGAKS
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 Ei. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALAPIn CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All thelabest l and fuly-gearanleed.
MICHIGAN PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
C.ASH PRICES
15c Pkgs.-- - 2 for 25c
25cPkg. - - 5Sfor $1.00
W. E. JOLLY
30 -TIEST
MlRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Bair Hoodis,tHairdressing, Shatmpooing
Manicu-ing, Face Matsage.a Specialty.
322 S. State St. (( p1 Stairs) Belt Phone 359

mEusic ana Trama
file heanty and the marvecl of Kube-
11k{ siplayinlg vie -witih each oth~er for
foremost plice ill the listeiner's attention
The extrlaordiniary iperfectiollad all lity
of the tone are accompntlliedi iitli s11ch
flentatnd11(d(iverse incedIibiliies (f tech-
nliqeichall Iili,, layinigibecoesll-stapefy-
lng. Paginini'slieairers ileciareil that the
devil1 heiped int in p lainig, in return
for thesile].i of the Violini. Were oulr
genleration neadrer tilue Irstitiousi-.age
(If Paginini ire wxouldlteasily lieliexve tie
llle (If Kubielik, for i woiiiiiseen]sic 1
(tiler ageller thanonIly twoli handsb. 1ust
le proiiiciiig the (mIll/cof 11111'-. Kubielikl
i-rodu1111.
The conceert wils enlthiasoltieatly re-
ei. Tie auilencewas1 not1larg11
1110oleores vce given, the secondli 1111
after the cell of tile programi.
Milie. Riiy is. a eaalte (andi promiingi,
iiiliigii -llieivati mma11111iitire, piaite.
Lullig Schiibvahccompiiianiedlin111 (1oost
Cr1:1di111ble mne.rlicil-.oevai.
C. XWhitiiey and 1 Sr. Si. Joiiii are itak-
filg spiltefforts 1o eetire el-enlibetter
attractlionsl-fo~r lie New Wh iiitey tihan
thi-. shoIlrt seasono. l oiiiing-]laireLl
-)sagg caried 1111toIprocueles111oenicf the
bI .1 companliies initue east. Acontraclte
fiir.tieiappeaane (f Sa\ilgesf iigtis.t
C rand Opera Co. ini Ann Arbor ill-ee
il~de. Itits suheba muil litrellat is(his
itat lo11vers oif musee ici liiArbolr (hire
1( 11g desiredl. "l ieular. whlich will lie
stauged uxitl tmsti i1111expensive1eelry
aIIi id properrifesthat ire requiiredi for its
tli role1i( in "Sis.Hokins" has-. 10(matde
ti p- lily tile worldlerfiiulirucesIltlat it
h11111proie10to1be,1-. oil1tile litothose11
-. r" 11 lsoitlie -.11ge1 at tile Nel
V 111111 B ew te'- ilifli- (liiill .
f( r n iitiyea (li"B le 111111"111(1
added features ilt-telotile(amIlill.
it~ lilt 11 IitheXXulil ((n11(1 li~i
V ,°t bult Sootiln, iiwil ppain11a111nw
oper witten((expriiilyfo lelir at aVtieu-
- 111111r, lo has lecomite so w1eli
1k1(wn a-nd(1 ill-. beenli lgiuivipraisedl liv
d1r(1matiecoriic.sibecause- (f hill gri a
pea b~ l efoereian Ann Arbrinau~iiene-for
ilhe ierr XWido,a lithlitgilprIeleded(
bi s ". Xerry XVidox"l tz, ils Xlerry
XI iildl- - nie. c aniil"Merry- Xidow~-1
liesses, u-ill lace tll its (originall fresh-u
aconitfiluousllrun( i11NexxYiork awl
lilicalgo( thisi season, has i rovedl the moItil 1

pl fth'. veilrdutinsgi.
((.(1eter((11P ile l s lt e i ven earl, il
(((lil t the1(1 -I ( Il i t I-I">r~t t'
Mi1l1ons" andt"I1ll1 iII ((((((11 Mouse"
iii ifollow1clotill-after.
The muia llIyvcter(is u
of towIprfo ma ce as t till.. i -
XIII.IRo hlt ((ndoiIandIl clb
arestongths yarandth it JetiI-
1il ((((11 to4 (i rat exent1n th(suc

-Spring 1908
CLOTHCRAFT (All Wool)
Society and 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
Staelbler f~ Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
* OUT OF STYLE
The man who buysar-Cve shoes each season i's
never out of style because u1Wr6w shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-

O 1(1(1 InI 1?nicricl 1.1 e 11.1
s" ts ll. °asIII 1111 XI

(ian : ll
t , 1 s

0 110TS, 7: J11111()1.5, .4,1111 sII 1C)1" 1 .
--)l' ill (I T 111 11 1 f l 11t 1(11 1111 el
1;'1 1 S.(1(11 ISl ike111111 110SO
f r tll c(/1111 1If A )1-11 7
CA Aj NI CiXX N\ 7l1 X7II'ICX '-

and -1 -I-own(at ant,1time ( n(1 11 1 lel
aIc of this 1(11e1k11 rear are 11(11 tel
try calliand (1(1(11 it lr lll (1rI for 14

Illii
will
tif<

d1
sb-
of
at
el

Sinie 1858 xwe have nmadeic1Vat °h Re-
Pciring oine of oar -stront fu itures.
FliallerosJexwelry Store, 2 ifS, lain
stireet. Cl Id
Nox 11(. 1,1(1(11. 111) street.
01ii) 'IXXW CXNI)14z-.

fable feature that fashion
ictates or fancy desires can
efound in
ioes and the other essentiala
Esatisfactory shoes, comfort
td service, are contain-
d in all W -Our,.k4
foes.
THlE ACME OF EASE
Walk-wOver Shoe Co.
115 SOUTH MAIN STREET

I

4

St. for ctaelllgi.t All Wool=--Hand Trailored I 1.L
College c/lfllOO for /lt/ll eolo ,Il oe S R N L T I GThe Clothier
II i l IIil-tei 0Ready when~ yo~z are..
i(

YHE FARMELRS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Captal, $50,000, Srptu8 and Profits, $65,000
General tBanking Business. 3 per cent paid
an Time and Savings hDeposits. Safety lDe-
poasis Bases to cost at $.00 and upwards
I. KoEeP, Prea. W. C. STEVENS. Vice-Fees
F. B. BESER, Cash. B1. A. WILLIAMS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Caspital stock, $50,000. Surplus, $2060,06
Rdesources, h2,20i,000
A tGeneral Banktng Busitness Transacted
OFeeIERSu:Chas. E.BHsech, Fees.; W. D.
Barriman, Vice Fees.: M. J. Frits. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Moth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. B. Wade E. F. Mills
Jabs Baarer Jno. Koeh
P'rof. B. S. Carhart Benry W. Douflas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARses, MICE.
E. CD. KINNE, HARIIISON SOULE,
Poes. Vice-res.
S. WI. CLARSON, Cushier. -
Capitah, $10a,000. Surplus and Profits, §150,n00.-
German American Savings Bank 0
Commxera~al tantd C
Cor. MeIm i sd Liberty Streets

Fverything for Spring
A complete display of the new and fashionable
ida nSuits, Top Coats and Rin' Coats,
Hats, Caps and Furnishings
At Wadhamns n( Co.
FASHION ,STORE 121-123 S. (U~atn $t.
See Our Show Window

I I THE I

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Palais Royal
209 1E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country
OUVT
MAY- i5

FUNERAL
M. Martin DIRECTOR.l
)ffice 209 S.4th Ave. Phone 9$. PtntLate aBlselcwth u-el- Hot J unclh
aidene 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match year shirt or blause, 35c. Send, us a At Tsuttle'e. 338 s. SMate
AMBULANCE ON CALL P ete of the dross goods wihen sending order. ________________
TEBELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

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