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April 01, 1908 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchtfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclifiekl
& Co EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C IGARS
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
All tih' hest makes and fully guariitieed.
MICHIGAN PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector for the Ann Arbhor Railrosad
J. L. CHAPMAN
2064 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptail
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
CASH PRICES
15c Pkg. s -y-n 2 for 25c
25c Pikg.. - 5 for $1.00
R.Z. JOLLY
;l O .;t AlS 41'.
MRS. J. R., TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
lir tGoods,Hlirdressing, Shampooing
manicaring, Face Macsage a Specialty.
322 $. State St. {l71)Stairs)lBael Phone 359

BLACK EXPOUNDS
RELIGION'S METHOD
Theologian Emphasizes Value of
Thought--Belief Not Restrict-
ed by Creed.
"Somte peoiple feair that we are macking
religion toio easy, bitt I iondilistresseil
liecauise wte are tiaking it too htardl."
W~ithi these words lOr. H1ugh Bhack itro-
elured thr sconotliflies series of lee-
ltres ]it the CotigrIegattionatl church list
tight. Ills subjlect wa s lThe letliod if
"Failth1istilt lieu ilii with any itlel-
lectual propitiOionsb01 creedls," said Dr.
llack. "Religion is sliple, 1an1d1the
mtethoid of eeligin is jitst as simp~le as
tile heltef itsteif.Religioni isnituluedto
mant; i t cant leiatlificid. Isteatd of
1 citig the produts of priests, liriests are
its prodtlies.
i1 like tile. firsI step syotakte intthiig.t
Thepisloist ititles itI'tougt'
rpott isy wa-ys,11111 1turtiridliy frie1 unto(
('11 s bI vions11 pahls,1)bu1t teyall lead
up to tile 'aies of serious tlioiiglt.Isvcry
great tetiter ill religioni its 'ilways
sle ithcomtplin11t hatlie call't gel
tein to ttiHthi iOh th t teywottlid
}-e?' No1111111h110realizes whtitreligioni
07l13,get pe ople to st11111dithinkti, the
''s istitti'lstyciholoic'allyir. n
or Iasit'Vo itingi ld. iTheitoldliis Ittaingl
=i aippeal on all isitdis ii ipitt, but one
ittds.' 1You1klot lion-hlltile i s Stich
a ting is paissie attetin, where ftacts
tily cannoit bgitn w tiithout active at-
is oftenl a irial of 111atice, hut it tmtust
it biecomtes hits secondl natutre to attettd.
Tilts religiously the litettoil is lire-
ci ely the samte titg.'Sit youtr mind,'
s4ly Csheii.apostle, ntltiings abotte, not)
on tintgsibeine-iti.'u\We canttiimaiike
li-I if lieiting-s i ta'ire iworllys-antt
o'e lanil is tnot tilesatme as to anthlier.
],:tllmansitsci5t ee titust decidi' for
hitlself.
Wtalktabot religiis experienlce
as a itgthi;peuliar ill itself, hut it 5i11not.
jIt colitesits llexperientce and11ll
141 le ci cle comile to iuii i-io gives t
iat toniti. \he titlst idirect titr lattentionsu
oIn practicai issues--the lprobilemts of our1
onil life. 'te tliitkitig byiehichu we
(k rinig cnd theoliogicail sliecttiltiin. I-lave
vncome ii'tinclose quarters itht iotr
nmrse-if?:oWe 'in'not lborntoisillv1e-
th" piroblemts of tile sworldl, hut st-clite
or tocomtoi I'soimeti'ractical deiion~t

abiot dtitythdii cli tate-s o Iis~el
att h laiii C ilits (Of p rlre lio1111 ,Ill-
sitad If askiinght itlh.it woul1dIs iSpring I
le' fit' moreil to theiitiif you1askd
\i-flat is d t-
I 0as14b1111410 avII t isCLO TH CRA FT
phrase:4'It is ncrer tloalto hn. L T CR
Nliits aitinil tittsies i ll se;-th
wold and 111its tplteasureisitrst. Allkit Society 'anr a
th olyo ha da n heSiwrcsithscae'B rand %C l
"Y il Caisvan Ii 41 CaII siS iti
now,111 Isill ariseid1111gotl114ly lilteC," NOW ON SA]
lit tile w1111111 the sllt ag il.
111114"-h iitipslil 1111 41 I, and i-IedIi, Eagle Shirt from Lol
cect unitoll I itsi monlies.'s It -;t ous
s simle anid4111as natural and1111as 111111411$100 t
<ni iThe lteasoleienes - " 1ili'. Fi e Li neof e li
11111111 nghtinl 1114CoLine g-'teg'ii
'hfin I illt l ctiiio11111? liilgal-
414 1111411a1d4111cmirl Ifor lolt'CII wIill Full line of EXITRAGOOI
Hllel sity Hall,1rom1o toIt.1 Each ing. All kinds of lUnderxvea
hInI 411111411111unior 14 w lll lledi 111 41114 piece. All the spring styles
rit this lts etion.I I 14 frat1 rn11y11111 C h11
(' lr11ts 14l414s C 1 1v1s 11 1 a11 Staebler ECA NVi
',+o u ir na i ; l vanIl otll-
Clro in -Iht s1v \NIll Il. lIel14211 S. MAIN STI
Io r ftI tfol 4 ifl. C~t4ICilii
LT -G l wa cII 0en-rv ii ll
14 inia ls i re1 rn4444411elt
a iiW alkOvoers'
cha inlced. Owne1r n1a144 hav14 ninelI
ftile, ad1. Oxford time is here and so at:oetlt
icc.I I, s 111,1 Si Oser Oxfords, Puntips and lies in 1usdc
lilies and11 lest 11111 Ic Ceras and4
I: Itlus. No) ld goods'1 he1 e.'III Cl - 1,t 11
1',t rpe,71o1 Northl 111111 sitt. Tan leather will predomntalende
See our complete line of Michigan possible ini selectting the tnwest slit
pins, fohs atii souvenirs. Hailer's designs for Walk-Over Patrotis.
Jeswelry Store, aid S. Main street. end
Fli'S .11,1 f I 1.1 1111ilicrla See witndows for unlimited
tiona Co11 lrrespondenlicleiCSetol book(it111 supply of Pnmps, Street Ties
CIIngineerilng. Apiily at4okI'ltl 1cC. 3;-7 ivith good street soles snede
Alarm clucks swarrented for one year, lined heels to prevent all slip-
$t.no. HalIer's Jeswelry Store, ai6 S. ping on heels; in biuttoin antI
Min~u street. c-od laefor Men antI Womtein.
itt oe r n i gettitigit otiilyour 1theis, ono
i01Cfotyltnu5111i eisitl Walk-O~or he 08
lilii piotte. eai if R . J.hiFFSTETTER Mgr,
Go1 111 Cl ii11 &Nilil Iito1 1i.,cp atSchaffner & Marx
41111 o 'il. lBrandlie.\\CII 1 1 H artw
11_le(I tolfit }slllfen- little1111mCill thllAll Wool-Hanid Tailored
r4111al price4s of secCond-hIand111 ones.1
Price $,3.11 1111. 1)11111nt Cdltilt 11~v SPRING CLOTHING
sii theirC 51lleliC> - l Ready 'whlereyox a are.

908
(All Wool)
College
othes
,LE
om to 'Wearer
12.50
gee Shirts at
75c

D Children's Cloth-
tr, Union and Two=
of H ats

uerth co.
:or Spring
ie v ariotus styles of 'alk-
ktanc anid pateiit
Iwe have taketi all patins
al~es as well as exe'lnusve
The Clothier

BANKS_
THEIFARMESRS AND MEUCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND liURON STREETS
Capital, $5,0, Sur.apluind tP5rofitn, 065,000
(General iBacting Bincess. a per enii tnid
oc Time and SavicgsiDepsits. Safety De-
pusit Bones is rent nt $2.00 and upwards
R. Roier, Prens. W. C. STEVENS. Vice-Pres
FC . HanESEn. Cast. 1H. A. WiLLIAMs Assi
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Canpital stuck, $50,00. Snrplus, $005,000
Resources, $2,200,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
0eeutes:Chas.5E. PHicock, Pees.; W5. 0.
Hiarrimcan, Vine Pins,: A1. J, iFriz,tCashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W.,J. Booth Jcc. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. P. Mills
John Haarer Jn.Koch
Prof. H. S. Carharn Henry W. Douglan
Christian Matic Dan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR, MICHt.
E4. I.iINNE, HiARRISON SOULE,
trns. Vice-Pren.
S. Wt. 'LARSON, Canhiter.
Caopital, $1001000. Snrplus and Proritsn,ยง50,0.5.

{' a I a .

veryt I~ngA complete display of the new and fashionable
ideas in Men's and Young Men's
SUits, Top Coats and Ra in Coats,
Hats, Caps and Furnishings
At Wadhamns Q Co.'
FASHION STORE 1214123 Z.(Uain Ot.
See Our Show Window

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

German American Savings Bank 0. FUNRA
Cons~merola1 and Office 209 S. nth Ave. "Phone 98. Patent Leather Belts vttck toi- Ho1un l
Sa v ngs Residence 302 5. 5t;h Ave. Phone 314 match your shirt orbtonuse, $5c. Send us a At 'Toatt ' ie. 338 H. Stat.
AMBULANCE ON CALL piece of the dressgs cnwhten sendinguorder.,________________
Con.. Meatned Liberty Streets; THE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON. MASS.

STUDIO-RENTSCULER, 319 East Huron

Street

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