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April 10, 1908 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1908-04-10

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclhfiel
Q ( 10 6
& C o V . EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C I GAR.S
IN THlE CITYAT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell toolts
of 'em at low prices.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $175
Alltthestmcn ke.,ad fully guranted.
MICHIGAN. PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
watch Inspectr fr the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch 304 S. State S55
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
CASUI5ICS
15c Pkg. - - . 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. = - .5for $.00
K. E. JOLL.Y
355 S. STATE ST.
MRS.J.1. II IIOJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
lair Goods, Hairdresing, Shamping
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State S. (Up Stair) Bell Phone 39
BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MHANICS BAN
MAIN AND HURtON STRETS
Capital, $50,00, Surplusad Pofita; $6$,50
Genera Bning Business. 3 pee cent paid
on time and Saing.idepsis. Safety D-
psi Bues in rent at $.i0 and upwards
I. hEwr, Pen. W. C. S~veNS. Vice-tes
F. $l MaSon. Cas. H. A. WitSAms Ass
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stoc, $50,00. Surplus, $200,000
Reshuces, $2,00,iti
AGeeral Banking Business Tranacted
Oreacos: Cas. E. iscc, Pes.; W. D.
aeiman, Vice Pes. . J. Frito.,Castie
STATE SAVINGS ,BANK
W. X. Bnctptt Jnon.V. Seean
Wm. Anld Dr. V. C. Vagao
Jas. B. wade E. P. Mills
"Jotn Harer Jn. Kct
ent. H. S. Carari enry W. DuglasCIslnBrb Dn.istr

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Op AN.AROR, MICH.
F. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOULE,
Prets. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARESON, Castier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prots, t5lPISO.-
QGernan American Savings Bank
Co...ka'dus sad Libarty Streeots

DE NTIAL BUILDING WILL
BE FINISHED IN JULY
By tile end of July lthe denial depart-
mcent will icehooused iii its new home
odpposoite Blarbour .gyminasiumo, anid the
old lciildiicg will lie tori; down to make
riom; for lice new chlemistry lahoratories.
The stork on the Dental buitdsing had
ceen letlli p temoporarily hecause the.
sleet girders were lute in arriving, huf
nose that thcey are here tile progress 'tins
heen in;credlihly fast. The roof :will
probablty Ice on hy the cnd of May, as
all macterials are tnw on the grounds.
The hsuitding when completed will he
to slonie. inst- ahalf lhigha and ahout
170 feet, muyg. An operating room will
rusn thse entire len;gth of the hbtilditig,
ilsoughly silcoine-hlaf thie width of the
second tfloor. 1t is said that wh1en 'colm-
pletedt Iwsill he the finest anidtoast coin-
plete operatinig room in this counlry.
Th~e third story- will' he devoted to
stssre rooms aicdl lhe like, and will aost
likely contlainthewexhihits nmw displayed
ill itseflent part of lice old Detital
bldcting.
:\lAfSONIC SOCIETY. HOLDS
lANCE AT BRIORGYM
Croftcness.ite Masonine society estatc-
lispsed*loere tlast year, eitertaitied at'a
Glanee int illrhoilir gymncasiumi last even-
iig. Thce lpatronss anl patronessesn pres-
cl ere Oeatc ansi Mrs. Cooley, bean.
anss .lrs. VYgnshtProf. and Mrs.
icssod, at d Di. s~lt \rs. Essititig.
I 11 l bSoftet i fitis iseol the ittisie,.
Isnlscres Is; lis' Crifistiets, a e
Iw-se write s foros 151 thsi e necassoni.
Ge s itid hits -a set of Lytidotis an
fosr 2j Cens cOrntccpostal c,-is (all
lnss.vws OI-va
Spring

IMPROVE~MENTS MADE
IN GENERAL LIBRARY
Several inprvements ave eetnade
ini the geiera lirary dritg the past
week. Six ross of tnew -tdohle-facedt
staeks have een laed in the art ga-
(ry. These are eac thirty feet in
etgth atidihave a apacity of 1,000 vol-
nines. The shelving is standard, as the
inteunti is to add to theta later. They
are the produt of the Art iMetal com-
pany, of Jatmesown, N. . These staks
ane ow only aeessile during the day,
as the art gallery has at present no ee-
trie lighting system.-
The passages dowtstairs ave been
fitted ip with several new wooden lok-
ens. Wh~lentcopletesd there are to e
five ini eah witg. These lokers will
he used as warsrobes y the lirary at-
tetidantis. Seeral new firepenf lokers
have also beena plaed i in-the staks, fr
the sane prpose.
The dental lirary(a beeti renoved
f romc the ols building to the geteral
lihrry. It is at presett i ac extretiely
fragmtettary ancciicomcplte ectnditit.
After he ecompletion of the iew Detaml
buiilsing, tis lihrary sill iceecpelet,
classified and atalgued, after wiehlit
will bec returned to the sdeta depart-
msent.
JUNIOR DEUTSCHER YEREIN
jWILL, ENTERTAIN AFTER PIAY
lii ;asdditionstoInaptbliciepresetatio of
the Germanitifares "'Elgetisitis" citicl,,in.
Knospf," tie Jntisr Detser Vereiti
u5ill give a reeeptionddits ceultt hsle
miembiers of the Deitscer Vereiti cci
lie Wuednessday after sprig vacatini.
Both pliays,,ae becciireearsig dily
aisnd are practically reisy for prossctiot.
Bsoth are sitgle act farces ais will re-
'.qcire half or tree-qsarters of ati hsour
eacht for presetatiot.
Utider the newly adpted ctsititution
a mcemicbershipc coucicittee with power to
eet ew mcetmcbers a eets estalised.
This cansiccittee is cmcpelled, however, to
iresentitnamces it esteems ittsatisfactory
icc the orgaiziuation, for final action. Te
comcmnittee as appoittedi is Arthur Misc,
rancesTubhs, -Claude Sehttes, Crae
Rix, ancciVera Pollasky.
WORK RECOMMENCED
ON MEMORIAL BUIDING
WYithc lhceopenisisg ccif ildl seater
mork ha. recomctmencedl oic (Ie Meorial
bilidincg Forty socne-tters lre t
awrk iii atlarge sed ccl the camccpus.
icctead of iavingth ie sonie work set
lIc -ye"prepared fromccspecificatiots, lie
constrcstrs gette iccaterial ic thermgic
acid ciiihere A.$4,000 cdiamondcIstatic
ase'shaves lie lcuge (locks in their
proper size.
The outside swork oic the hilditg cwii
hiirdly e fiiisledl before "Ocer, as th'
foundatiois are nt entirely laid yet.
No contracts have en awarded fr it-
teirior work; ut this can e carried on
ducring the winter mocnits.
DEUTSCHER VEREIN CAST WILL
PRACTICE DURING VACATION
Mhencers of the cast fr the Deutcher
Vereit's production of "Mina von arn-
helm"' will.remai-in .Ani-Aror to ra
Jleaypse during vacation.
students wishing to procure seats for
'Minna 'yon arnhemi" efore going
home fr vacatottmay do so this after-
mcmit from 4 to 6 o'clock, at Wah's
Kfok Sore on State street. The prices
are $.oo, 75 cents atd530cedts. During
vacation io tickets will e sold in the
'Sectons reserved fr students. The sale
awill' egiti Motday afternoon and con-
I ,icte daily, from 4 to 6, till Friday even-
ii, April 24, when the play is staged
lt'the New Whitney.

Dr. Frank W. Smithies is .planning a
trip to the Illinois state asylums at
Ofuning. ° He has heen asked to try the
dihercsulitc test on the inmates while'

# .r n n

IN THIE
SPRIN-G
A young mlan's fancy
lightly turnsa to thoughts
of clothes. At least that
is how it looks to us. A
lot of young fellows have
Deeu iu already to select
their
Spring ,Suite
of Society
eartd Coll.eeBracnxd.

ter ;
; ii lp (jf \ frL.
rv
s
ELMAD'
' " Sh, Cloth.o that Men r g"

Now's the Time
IStaebleir (t 1 erth C Io
WalkmvDers' For Spring
Oxford time is here and so ate the various styles of Xalk-
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in b~lack, tanc and patect.
Tan leather will predominate and we have taken all pains
possihle in selecting the ,newest shades as well as exclusive
designs for Walk-Over Patrons.
See windows for unlimited
supply of Pumps, Street Ties
with good street soles suede
lined heels to prevent all slip-
ping on heels; in hutton andj
lace for Men, and Womni.,/
walk-Oyer ShoeCo,
R. J. HOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marxi~
All Wool-Hand Tailored EUTZ
SPRING CLOTHING ThClothier,
Ready when v yoz are. ",

THESIS DATE APRIL 15.
Make a date with Jolliffe & Kitzmiller
at once for typewriting your thesis, and
insure getting in on time. Ahove Ca-op.
Bpth phones. cad-if
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Hailer's
jewelry Stoe, 216 S. Main: street. rod
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs : and,, :.uven'irs:,=Hailer's
Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main street. eod
Since 1858 we have made WaleSh Re-
pairing one of our strongest features.
Hailer's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Main
street. eod
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$1.oo. Hailer's Jewelry. Store, 26 S.
Maint street. cod
Maude Miller Bissel-Voice Placing
and "Song Interpretation. 16 The Cut-
ting; hoth phones 428. Sat-if

THE
Palails Roal.
209 E. Liberty St.
U. Of 1M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTYy
CURIOS,:and BRASS
From Every Country

Wadhams &Co.,
121.123 S. Main St.

.4

0. M. Martiu DIRECTOR. via ahY es ar .Este.
Ofie209 S'.inth4ve Plione'9 Patent Lethe Betsmade with vet- H ot 1,un~
ResidenceeX2S 5th Ave. Phone 314 oiatc your sirt or blouse, =8e. Seed us a At T~ttl '..~S tt
A.IhA J 4* n NCAILL- ,tecen of thedress goods- whenasending order.
GE SiETCRAFT CO~ BOSTON, MASS.

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STUDIOT. -

319 iEast Huron Street

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