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THE MIUIGA.'N DAILY.,.,,.

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SminBurchfield's
Fie Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver-
The
Goods
SamBurclhfieldl
& . U.O EAST HURON ST.
B EST STOCK OF
N THlE CITY AT
B OWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We ave Pipes to sell too-lots
LW of 'em at low prices.
ALAI01fI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the bestinakes and fully guaranteed.
MdlI( 4N PINS AND FOBS
25e tp to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A .SPECIALTY.
Wtch lsaectr or the An Arbor Railroad
J.. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Braethl 304 S. State S.
Cigjarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
AUL,THE LEADING BRANDS
-CASH PRICES
1c4g,.. - - - 2 for 25c
25c;Pkg.. - - 5 for $1.00
R. E. JOLLY
308 S. STATE ST.
MRLS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASI*NADLE HAIRDRESSER
Hal 0ado, lHairresing, hampooing
Mae rlag, Pac Massage a Specialty.
anf8. tata St. (lip Stairs) Bell Phone 889
BANKS
TNUTARMRS AND MECHANICS BANK
M1AIN AND HIURON STRETS
captal.l.50,00Surpneand Profita, $6,000
Gneal Banking Business. 3 ercent paid
on Time and Savings Deosits. Safety De-
pois BdXs to rentat 112.0and upwards
K. H Kugejra W. 0. SEVES. Vice-re
5. H. Bamaau C tash. . A. WILLIAmS Aat
The AnD Arbor Savings Bank
Osidlal toci, $50000. Surplus, $200,00
Resources, $2,00,000
AOaaral Banking Business Transaced
itiwcaa: 'Chas. E. Hiscoc, Prs.; W. D..
4 artman, Vice Pros.: M. . Frit. Cashier
1 STATE SAVINGS BANK
DtIECTOS:
PW.1 B. ooth Jun. V. Sheehan
Som. Nrod 'Dr. V.. Vaughan
ia. .ade° E. F. Miul
7 ho Barer Jno. och
P'rf. $85. Carhicet Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin' Dan F. Ziomerman

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANx Aesox. Mice.
E. D. RINNE, HARRISON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cushier,
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, §110,400.
Germnan. American Savings Bank
Comsaeroee1 a ftd
A.5vfnsf.

ECONOMICS -ESSAYS
DRAW BIG PRIZES
Undergraduates of All Universi-
ties Are Given Opportunity to
Compete.
Prizes for essays on economic studics
almounting to $2,000 arc again offcred
bty MLVessrs. Hart, Schaffuer & Marx, of
Chicago, for tile -fifth~ successive year.
The pturpose of thte offer is to arouse
ton iterest in the study of topics relating,
to vottmerre antd indutsry and to stitt-
late' ttose swto tare a college tr onng
to considiter the trohlems of a'incss
career.' The commnittee in clege of the~
comttetitiolt is comtpose of Prof. J.
Lawrrrncr Latigkin;-, of Chicago univei'
sity, chairman: Prof. J. B. Clark, Co-
liumhia; Prof. Hentry C. Adams, Micht-
ganll Horace Wh~lite, Nesv York City,
anti Carroll H. Wright, Clark college.
T'he comittee htas divided the wvork
nto tree classes and unuder twvo general
bezads. Thteyv ttll attention to the fact
thtat tis sear a comnpetitor is slot coli-
f'neil Isosubjects oteiltioned in. thoc an-
..I lltllc t.'"btit 1110) choose any othser
sublject whlicth receives -the comnmittee's
Under thte irsvt Ihead'--are. ,stiggesled
Ihereswith:-a* fewsv ubjects,;itntrded:, pri-
matrily for Itose swho have-.ltdd an; aca-
dettoic trahing;' ttt 'she -posseasion of a
t egree is loot required'-of any. contestant,.
rri an:- uige limoit set.a
r. 11mt:11 d'Atnirican meitods of-
TG'Il logic of "Prsigrss--an1 Pov-
;. ;'What 'ares 'the -~ultnae -ensds of
Cloting

trale tniuons ant Icm these be gained
by any application: of the principles of
mtonotpoly?
4. In viewe of existing rilsay prog-
ress shotdd the Untitedl States encourage
thte cosruction of waterays'
Is it to be expected that te pres-
ct and recent. prouuction of gold swill
cause a higher level of' prices?
Untder Iis head, Class A includes any
American without restriction; atd Class
B includes onl those, swho, at te ime
the papersare sent i, are undergrad-
ales of any American college. Ay
nembher of Class B11tmay comntete for the
lances of Class A.
A first prize of $60, ad a seod
pize o $400 are offeret for the best
stdies presentedl by Class A, 11111 a first
prize of $30, and is seond prize of
$200 are offered for te best studies
preseted by Class . The comttitee
reserves to itself te'rigl t to asard the
'tswo pizes of $600 'and $400 of Class A
10 tmndeigraduotes inClass 1, if te
mlerits of thte papes Idemoand it.
Unde tte second eadi are sggested
some subjects inended for tose woio
nay bhove had n ocodei training, and
rho rnt 'Class C
t. 'ihe Ibest "shtemellof un~iform coer-
poratil~oacelxtliuls
.. lesn lle'ie utlbos dof imp~roing
011r. ts'ude woviloChiutI
1.''he prope spless ol fie' trus
coflipiliandithIls'cotmecill battlk:
. 'he rlatioios 'of'ortetal 'ioitnogra
ion to American tnduotres
g: The relatto e eflicecy of'A eni
can andEropean laoi 'in'imfanfactite
iog indstires
One pri ic iii $so is offered'i for tile
I si studlv preseileil iiby ClosC; btt
it Class AX
Tilt e d Ipi ss ao lie 15Jl1c'1, 90.
VI\ . PiIculrs 1100 t e"ollfallelfrom
Prof. : I I OtughlliloUnivrsity ofhi
csogo. .,
Iltotnue rorl !ae iyie.
knoledgesll o f Germanii 1111 Iisapllpitig
r~olarks 1110111:thele r911p1. lnguage,:
'5111ch11 lie cols .1111 O.iI Sileuk," .swili
atlseuys 5excits lnielles t a~ltr
J1151.le Ihones fellosw 5Wh110c~o ares
hiInls'lf to it Ilpoole and Irallzska,
'Ilitds cnill .111.11.1,w shio il es to 11k 110
'elif, 51111 wou0d1111kIlwII It'll' Ilrsdee
thle' iinq~silis e I Illl ni I."t 15111his 'r
'1li0-caet s 1s05folows
ilOjI.on Cel0011 r[Crl wn~rt ot Brnhilini Ilfr ilo 'vWeit
Grf oni [ruchsol feI 11 I W.(Ciursi
I rondi .. . rac~i Baker
Juist. ..Sttphn lso itelet
1P011 Wern.....1 ..Ben1 II Eggenolt
DlI Vit "StodtardlMoe
Piini'I)011e i i leri. .Anna hcKaIy
1t t X fldj t'get .....Robert "Monroe'
Riccuitte ItI ililinire. . Bn.Iowen
Rteni uiKoak-lo rels per dlay.
ThIESIS' DATE APRIL 1.
Make a dale with Jolliffe & Kitmiller
a:Once -foraypew itig.yur tesis, and
jjssr f 5tin Liu n tin3e.,Above 5,Po-o.
Bohi phones. eod-tf
'11 slfor rep ~sefe 'o n il the io8
Ali rihaan gsian anr late and-'payable&a
on&, . 'Treasrers of classes, orgaiza-,
tion0, Aod teants are' reepestd to agteioii
to ,fis matter.t Adress, 98 -Miehi

g. unsian, Room t An'n -Arho e rss~
Bldg. Office boors, I to 2 p. 01.- daily.I
j. ;W :McCandlessBRtsiness -.tgr. 46-8
hoe lest of "the Mficltigenda sa 'hits ;
is nose ion sale "at 'orot' 'usc -Hotuse.
Come in- and hear it 47-_s0

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YOURSPRNGCLOTHES
You may not believe that clothes
haeany influence on the actions
and character of the wearer-but
there's no getting 'round the fact
that appearance moulds others
estimation of you. For this reason
we say Tres Wll Be sure your
clothes.. are correctly stylish- be
l sure they are really clothes of
quality,: for either is waste without
the other, no matter what price
,Xiyou pay.
Our Showing of New Spring clothing Spiendidly Combines
Style, Quxality an~d Price
S.,taebleir (ft Wuerth Co.
21i1 S. MAIN STREET

Walk'- Ovors' For Spring

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I Orfod imeishere and so are the variosus stsles lf Walk-
Orer Oxfords, Pumps and ties in slack, tail and latet'i.
t a an leother will predoininalc 0a111we have t'akenl all pains
iposible in selecting the tiuwest shoades 1aswel 1s exclusive
designs~ for Walk-Over Patrns.

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See windows for uinliimitedl
supply of Puimps; Street Ties
wvitli gootd street soles suede
lined-lieeIs to prevecnt all slip.
pini onx heels: in buntton andl
lace.;for.Men:s ond Womni.
Walk-Over Shoe, Co,
R. J . IIOFF$TETTER Mgr.
Hart, "Schaffier & Marx
-All Wool-Harad Tailored J L
SPRING CLOTHING The Clothier
Ready when~ yous are. '®
Nowv is the timeno h ave vour l lroom
paperedl, decorated or paintied. We aire TH E1
iiakiiig special prices. Yottr credlit 1s

H-ood. C. IIt lMajor & Co. Bothophlones1
I have a good proposition to offer to
oneo or two stuldents where Itey can make
'thee college' expeinses. A' smiall fuvest-
m;ent is required. Warren H. Smoith,
real estate and-'insuranoce; Ann Arbor
Savings Hank block. 39-49
oFFIr]CE HOURS
E xecutive Committe
' County Fair Carnival
4 to 6 P. M. dally
.Room 6, Ann Arbor Press Bldg.

Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
Front Every Countsry

-2l'112- S.'Main St.

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Residence '302,$.- 5th .Ave. 'Phone 514.
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W.Wlk N100O
ChineeCoISy Restauralitf awe's Launid ry
Chljoese FancyDishes, Amran 'utLunches ht:
r. ia~hnda.' E verythiog first-class for 'TIIOMAS RO EPrp
Iadie .asdsgeFeollmen326, N OWE, Prop.e
Chioase and.asns0Brie-a- ' 326N. 1.thAve
uip Stain~.ona door S. hastes Bross, 3143S. Stole St. New Phone 4l5t Sell Phone 45t7-L

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