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April 08, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-04-08

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchifiel
TCO 10 6
&< . EAST HURON 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-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALAWI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allth ~est a keal n d fully l artatati
MICHIGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector' for the An. Ar'bor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Brach: 304 S. State St.
Cigar~ettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALLITHE LEADING BRANDS
C.ASH PRIC.ES
15c Pkg. - s-2 for 25c
25c Pkg. = 5'for$1.00
R. C. JOLLY

JUNIOR GIRLS WILIL PLAY
'1() SL"N R RILS 'TONiGIJYI
"Ahehigu'e 11an1 other olpecialties owull
he preented tonight at 7:30 il Sarah
Caswell Angell tfall, "by the girl of
909o for the girl(If io," to quote from
the program: The performoaoce till he
given in111twolparts, somtewehat like tile
AilihtattUiono ttinstrel sh1wole(f last
yeart. 11he'programtI readslas flllows
Clinte--lFltuire. P'be hAirship ''Aieb-
Raehet Sinelair, \Wilma Ilet. Genevieve
lopkin'. Leah .aon, Alrarel Ale-
(Lalellal,1JeanetteKoteis, they Cat'-
pentler. Ieleit Bradoley. Rhoda State,
I lelet Gahle, Aary Payraill. Gitota
N\atz l la1orenceaer(11. lCaptaint, Edith
Leonard; eaptain's tile, Louise Van
Vooris:proessor, Ruth Greathtottse
(111111 the enginleer, (;raee Jeffries.
PatI1.Swredish dance-Ruth Great-
hmAdele Ptainowitz.1
(1111(1 1Ltol 1 111le(110 1illie, Alargaret
111 '011111 1011111, ' iLeoard;Lea, t
Florence M ld~ak te. P11 eBkr
'' I'l a~r Itrill iner PalervAonlihtf
AhsPl Iri.ri",ber1011, Ally lIe-
'lit. 1I Jelloriitlle RotanyAt'ty
'eenle, litlir.ctElzbt Crel
J11111 Goodie,11A lr.'litltlg ter0., 11111,
Thomllalsi, I ldltl'lPe't, plre R(aertll
rI'l~lt Sw1e1a1rIt i eNaeitlolt
Sprel ing
Clotodn a epese heng

1i1n tat it is1a ity'for 011 ttttchatalent
toi be exhibited olily for te beeit of te
girls. IHowterer, smie of the cat lre
stronlyipill favo'lr f foloingti the 11s11a1
rutl of1 maselinlte exeltionot. Neverthe-
lestere is. a rumtor afloat tat, if te
junlior girls "go broke" from the play
exptenses, it may 1h0 repeatedI for te
getteral pulic~i. At presentitAr.Lndor
has1 1been1(a111111 11 thelsthofllmtaculie
spIlettor ad ooro(1llaphst o (f teter
fomr 1111 e iil (appear(l'at1 1111ear~ly (date1it
COUL'NTYCFAIR PtARADE,
AII, lt IG FTIC A'TUkRF,
Fullly ity UItiversiy organitionsi11
carious10 clubs' a11d1frt lernities lre taxitg
1111111ro11111e 1acltilies to te utttmost
Io on display110111 a ahir's Stte treet
O)itinaltoa111to of anyysize or deri-.
1e in1by1Fri111110 pil io1, for there are
lore lhe Counllty PF'ir. oAt (atmeetigp
t,7 have omite tiemblier ee ecehtorgai-
ritteil 1o tie cemiltttee owhih imeet
dali l etwieenl 4 ant1169p. m1., ii Roomt
6,. Ilf Ilk' Press bulildig oni ,lavart
sree. Grants for floiats will le allwedl
il the orduer ofI their Olililttiollttto the
It i expletedi thattte 1t11telb will
-we isplaysO representing somlle chaa-
tristie of their 'state, whiile oter s0-
eieties. will atemt to mak tt~e their float
iggee ire f lhe charater f their or-
Th'osoe (w'111 ale iniehage 11f te Cla-
ii nwill keep of'fie 11o11'' i 1Ro111116
o, tile Press loilditg fromtito 6io'loecke~
11110can Ilo so al tat11111
y' (IV D IAlI RQI. IRI,):'I'l
1111252 I11GB 'I'Ij .Sk'IPG;
te hlge rteletitnp telesope 1101' 1beig
Ii (ill) flit'tie astronom1 ileparll'tmnt'll
psil.The Idiamteer o11hi l oeu i
l e fory feet. nealrlytieeas(arg
a that1 of tie ll' iohn1110whih is o1111y
h:ell y-three fee.
Thisi telesoe iei Iditit frill iter
ofits type511 inl 11(115'parts. All the fea-
ralientIa1111 whih hIe neoer ibefoe
iio '1 sed1 11on1 a rlli'ctiltt teeoelare
ill bi'ecombtined in tie cliistuteio111111
11(1s 1ilstIrllent.e i Alltpats which1 111
Id nabto 1k' r re, al101redy cmpletide
11111(11section of thtet or 'th ill he
a cis ofdelintionilt, illarly it eql in
(Iz, re lbeingifored11y tie CiiarlesoC
Pitleo lC~ngiuteriitg 011work Illof tChcago.
'th lweorml wh 1 Ieetatit het11a0e1ofte poar
S oisoishbingi,' made' at CProv ildeR.I
bIBrownt, Sharte & Co 11110iton0e
the whlle istrumetll. Wheteseo patst
tiobslof tilepers om~te, all tattwilt re-
ma1(inlIwill lile e 1111'itef. 'Ti, Prof.
Husseoy says, i (a 'compal~ratiey' eay
1p010e(foworkiand1111an111110built after all
lie remliaiigparis(re hpt together.
Prof. 1111sey' and11his aIssisanlts 1ha1e
reenly fiiosed a deiecate piee of

maine shiO oip wo'erk wicielh11(10ive0n
themllmuchitisatiofaetion. Thtis is te
mtling of a1nealry terfeet oeretw for a
mleasulrinlg icrosoep.
CANOES--llalllGirl tool Racinec
canoesl0, $27 111 $150. Leo C. Kugel, 337
'. WilliamtiSt. ; 11h10e 1220-J. 42-4

spring 190 8
CLOTHCRAFT (All Wool)
Society anxd College
Brand Clothes
NOW ON SALE
Eagle Shirt from Loom to Wearer
$1.00 to $2.50
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts at
5 0c 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
Walk=-Dyers' For prinng
Oxford time is here and so are te various stylcso lf Nle
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in btlack, tant and p atet.
Tan leather wiil predomtinate andi we have Cakeni all 110111

possibie in seleting the newest
designs for Walk-Over Patrons.

shades tosowell as exluslive

See windows for unlintited
supply of Punmps, Street TDies
with good street soles snede
lined heels to.,prevent all slip'
ping on heels; in button a111
lace for Men a111 Womtent.
Walk-Oyer Shoe Go., C~
R. J. HOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx.. o
All Wool-Hanad Tailored
SPRING CLOTHING The Clothier,
Ready whezs ywu~ are.

MRS. J. ,R, TROJANOWSII
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
lair (ooads, lHair'dressing, ushamtpoing
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St. (It'll tairs) Bell Phone 319
BANKS
THE FARMERIS AND NMECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURtON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus asd Praftt, $65,000
Genteral Ilaltia Busoinssa. t tarececntpaid
ta Timan sd SavinsiDeosits.OSfety ite-
posit Boxes ts resit th:1.00ad upwards
t. KlEmpr, Prens. W. C. Otuves. Vice-Pros
F. H. BESso, Cash. 11. A. WaLLIas Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Captlal stock, f50,000. Surplus, $200,000
esouroes, $2,2i,000
A Ueneral Banking Business Transacted
UrricEs: Chas. E. Ilisoock, Pros.; W. 0.
Haerimoas, Vice Pros.:15. J. Pelts, Cashlor
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. 2. Mooth Jnt. V. Sheehan
Wm., Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
las.Id. bWadoe P..Mills
John Haare Jno. Koch
Vrsof . .5. Carhart Hoary W. Douglas
Christian Miartin lDan '.Simmeormas
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ov ANN ARBORe, MICH,.
E. D1. KINNE, iHARRISON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Fees.
S. 0W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capital, $100,0t0. Surplus asd Peofits, 1150,000.
German American Savings Dank
Commnercld a.zad
Savlngs
Cot-, Meina and Liberty Streeats

log-(li ete pgloves.. return tolii11102 Oak-
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Hailer's
Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main street. end
TH-ESIS DATE APRIL 15. f
Make a dale with Jolliffe & Kitznmiller
at once for typewriting your thtesis, and
insure getting in otn time. Ahove Co-op.
Both phoneo. cod-Cf
Alarm clocks warranited for one year,
$1.oo. Hailer's Jewelry Store, 216 S.
Main street. -cod
tBe sure and boy a set of lyndon's 20
for 25 cents colored postal cards (all
new views). t va
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Hailer's
Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main street. eod

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

5Clever Clot'IeA
W~adhams & Co.,
121=123 S. Main St.

" FUNERAL I Yaesaaa . te.
08 .M ri IETR e-Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 9$. Patent Leather Belts vetsado a with vekt-t H ot Lunch
Ciosidone 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 tmatch your shirt oe blouse, $cv etd s ae tote',33 . tt
AMBULANCE ON CALL piece of the dross goods when sendieg order.
THE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON. MASS.

S TUDIO-

j

3.19 East, Huron

Street

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